How low should my flaps be for the 767?

How low should my flaps be for the 767

For takeoff? Landing?

Landing and takeoff

i’d go 10 degrees for departure and arrival full

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Landing try 25 or 30.

Takeoff try 10-15 (I forget which setting 767 has)

Thanks what abou the 737 and the 757

737 anywhere from 30-40.
757 use 30.

Takeoff both use 10-15 depending on the settings

What about the Cessna 172

10-20 flaps 30 landing

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Only 15 degrees

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Sometimes 10, but mostly 5.

For takeoff from long runways 8000ft and longer 5 degrees is normal… If you’re extremely heavy and or short runway flaps 15 for takeoff. Landing is normally flaps 25 for fuel economy and wear on the flap tracks but since infinite flight hasthebest mx department around I’d use 30 all the time.

@Aaron_Rapaport

Autolands are only predicated on flaps 20 or 30 just in case the 767 gets autolanding just an FYI

Best,

HD

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When you want to make a hyper smooth landing turn them just to 15 degrees @130 knots normally 20-30 degrees at landing ; )

i’d go 5% for takeoff and full for landing

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I would agree with that, that sounds like light weight full flaps landing VREF.

@Rotate [quote=β€œRotate, post:17, topic:14023”]
I think you would stall out at 130 knots with only 15 degrees of flaps on a B763
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For the Boeing 737: take off 15 en landing 40