IF A319 With Realistic Sounds

Mac for better quality videos, but doing it on iPhone is easier…

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Very nice, very nice 👌

I usually just do it all on the Mac. Once you get used to it, you can do it while driving hol up, bad example - uh - I mean, you could totally do it in your sleep 🛏

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Lol

I have defiantly gotten used to it on Mac. and you are right. Once you get used to it is much much easier.

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That video was amazing mate, well done!

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Amazing editing skills!

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Thank you a lot!

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Nice one mate!

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Thankyou! 😄

Amazing video, good job!

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What is the right V-Speed in your opinion? I heard so many different opinions on that topic that I don’t even know what to believe…

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For me, it realley depends on the load, aircraft and location… For example, the A320 and 737, really light and powerful aircraft, I would say 2500-4000 VS for them on takeoff if not too heavey. For planes like the 767, 777, 787, A330, A350, A380, I would not exceed 3000 VS.

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Oh and the A319-200 is not right… I meant to write A319-100. I don’t think that variant exists 😂

(With the video I posted)

Hello!
The right speed for a climb irl is about 2500ft on an a319. But :
After rotation the pilots take a more important VS, more important power, and once stabilized, gear up, they reduce the VS

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Nice video 🤙

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Yeah, that is right! :D

Love it :)

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Thankyou! 😄

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Absolutely stunning! Wish I could edit… Maybe I will learn one day. Anyway, this is how aircraft should sound! Simply simply lovely!

Kudos to you for flying properly as well and not turning this little 'Bus into a skyrocket!

Thankyou so much for your kind words 👍😃! I should probabley make another one of these videos with other IF planes, since you all realley liked this one!

Sounds like a good plan - the Trent XWBs on the A350 sound spectacular on takeoff if you need inspiration 😉

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