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…
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.
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)
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
Nice video 🤙
Yeah, that is right! :D
Love it :)
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 😉
Great Idea :D! The only problem is that I don’t have a video from a real life A350 takeoff. That means I will have to figure something out without getting copyright issues.
Whatever you do, I’m sure it’ll be great and I look forward to it!
If you want to check out the latest one I made it is here:
Excellent. I’m looking to do a similar video, but i don’t know where to find the realistic sounds for the 737-800. Any clues?
That is so amazing! I loved it!
I used my own recordings of planes taking off to make these videos. You can try to find some online but just be aware of copyright issues.
Thats amazing! Well done! love the IAE engine sounds.