JetBlue 796 | Failed Climb... Twice

Hello everyone! Today, I decided to fly Boston to San Juan. Well, at least tried.

JetBlue 796
A320-200
KBOS-TJSJ


Pushing 5 minutes early for 22R


Taking off with a heavy load, barely making it before an overrun and a near tailstike


After being unable to climb without a near stall, I decide to turn back and take of a load. Here is JetBlue 796 turning base onto 22R.


Lining up for the second time on 22R. With 2 hours taken off my load. According to SimBrief, it should be able to climb to 35000.


Having to turn back because of a stall on climbing, I had to make a severe emergency landing due to the rapid decent. Passengers were injured, I made a sharp left turn into 27. Landing smoothly even with the heavy load.

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The last three are fantastic! It’s nice to read such a detailed description of what’s happening in each photo. Keep it up!

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Nice shots! This happens to me aswell sometimes, but usually only with the 737 family, weird

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Love the story line (even if it’s not a nice on) and I love the photos. Especially the 2nd last ine

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Nice pictures. Happened to me once in a generic A320 (meant to be Laudamotion) climbing out of Thessaloniki on my way to Vienna. I was climbing and the stall warning came on and I was at about 4500ft agl so I just put it all the way up to 100% power and it was fine after that

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I actually went 100% but still no climb and i was stuck at 150kts till 5000 and started reducing speed so I returned both times :), happened two times, even with a lighter load.

I did play it realistically though and returned 😂

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Yeah you must have been really heavy

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“Mission failed well get it next time”

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When you see that you can not climb

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Nice photos, not nice story.

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good idea. Write some stories, I will do that.

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Awesome 🙌🏻 thx for being so detailed

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Yes, my reaction when i started stalling

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Very cool pictures and story along with them!

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