I was flying the A330-300 from SBGR-KATL. VS 2500 to cruise of 38000 at m.76-.78. I was at cruise for 7 minutes when all of a sudden speeds lowered, and stalling began…. Well you know the rest. I was wondering how to avoid this as this is the third time this has happened. Thanks!
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What’s your load %? You’re probably too high and climbing too fast.
Also, what where the weather conditions?
Thanks for the response!
Fuel: 117,489 (split equally among left and right tanks)
Passengers: 37,516 lbs
Cargo: 15,615 lbs (split equally between front and rear)
You are way to heavy you need to be at at lower altitude
Appreciate ya for reaching out!
Not sure what the specific WX was but VFR conditions with no wind.
Okay, well then I have no clue at this time lol.
@Wallacy recommended lower altitude with less weight so I’ll give that a go
Try using step climbing on your next long haul:
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Thank you to all for the suggestions, mix of less weight and step climbing was the answer. G’day