I was doing 300-500 IAS right after takeoff roll
was there ATC active?
Ok guys this isnt getting anywhere.I might aswell share my replay file. who do I send it to for investigation?
Did you get a violation? Yes or no
I believe fighters don’t have the same speed restrictions as commercial aircraft. It would be pilots responsibility to maintain speed in controlled airspace.
read the post :)
Fighter jets aren’t subject to the typical 250 under 10,000 rule like a normal aircraft is. As far as I’m aware, the only way you would receive a ghost or violation is if an active IFATC hands it out to you.
This has also been mentioned by 2 other people. Perhaps if everyone stopped rushing to type a response and read past messages 🤷
The post makes seem like you did but the title makes it seem like you didn’t. That’s why I’m asking if you read my first post
reading again, are u simply asking how its possible to not get a speed violation with 260+ IAS below 10000?
Yes, that is correct.
@Usman_A if you exceed 250kts below 10,000ft in a normal airliner/ GA aircraft, you will receive a warning and then shortly afterwards a violation.
Fighter jet aircraft are immune to this rule, however you are still expected to conduct yourself in a professional manner in an actively controlled airspace. IFATC have permission to ghost if you don’t.
aight bois, here we got it. No violation he just asks for an explanation to why that is so. I think enough people did kindly explain why that happened. Job done
Got it thanks!
This topic can be closed
No worries, glad I could help. Shame people were too busy rushing to type instead of reading and doing some research, we could have helped you sooner with less confusion 😉
if you received a violation No they wont remove it.
Generally you can go faster than 250 KIAS as three people had said before BUT you can’t do aerobatics in or near the airspace I believe it’s below 10000’ MSL or you will get violations for aerobatics.
Fighters are exempted from the speed restrictions.
Fighters are immune to speed violations, but in a controlled airspace it would be better to stay below 250knt to avoid ghosting
The 250kts below 10000’ violation doesn’t apply to fighters. ATC might have an issue with it in controlled airspace though
The issue was solved 8 posts ago…