Hi, I have issues with every aircraft, so when I try to go to higher altitude, airspeed goes down to to point of stall, sometimes, I crash because of this. Respond if you know how to fix this.
You can reduce weight to the aircraft and reduce rate of climb (v/s). You can also push the yoke forward, to prevent the stall, and try to reduce throttle so the aircraft doesn’t run out of fuel. Hope this helped ;)
I even tried going 100 ft v/s nothing works.
Is this all the time? Any particular aircraft? Are they heavy?
Huh that’s really weird. Try increasing the airspeed you takeoff at so you can get an optimal speed onwards, and make sure you use flaps if you are deliberately decreasing speed
Usually on long-haul aircraft 777 or A330 or higher. most are over 100,000 pounds.
This typically happens when you climb too high in one go. This is why it is important to Step-climb. Step-climbing is basically a procedure that includes several altitude holds. Say your cruise altitude is FL350. You would typically first climb to about FL300, and then to FL350. This reduces weight and fuel, thus making easier for the aircraft to climb to a higher attitude.
Here’s a helpful topic about step climbing:
I will try that, thanks!
Well try to reduce the weight on the aircraft then, it should help
No problem, mate! ;)
I actually have never tried that before, it appears to be a great way to climb for heavy aircraft
At FL325 Now! hope @AlphaSeven 's solution works!!!
For each altitude hold, I recomend staying at-least 30 minutes. If you have time, then I suggest staying longer. Typically in real-world flights stepclimbs can last up to 4 hours.
KJFK to EDDF! takes 6 1/2 hours hope that will be enough time.
One more question, what V/S should i go 1000 or 500?
Up to you. I don’t recommend more than a 1000.
Wow! Close to golden hour too!
Glad it works :)