Take off speeds

IT woud be good to be able to in the game to calculate your speds for take off flaps seting trim.
That shoud help a lot of people from tailstraiking.

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Google it. The Devs should focus on planes not this as there is google

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Also what are you requesting? This sounds familiar to an FMS or an FMc (same thing) if so they have already been requested

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The best way to learn how to fly is to practice manual flight at different flaps settings and takeoff weights. Even real pilots do that, before using a FMC.

To avoid tail strike try to touchdown with 5-7 deg od angle of attack (the position of the “V” mark over the velocity vector on your head up display).
Fly solo and replay your landing to see it from the outside view.

FMC, if any, will eventually confirm your estimation but should not be necessary.

Happy landings!

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IT was just a thing for realism

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Flaps 30degrees trim 5+ speed 140-165 then u should have movement for take off

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I actually took off in an A380 at 80 knots!

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Interesting how did u manage to do it on 80 knots without tail striking?.. in dying to know so try to remember for me if u don’t mind and disclose it please

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@Norshuttle909. MaxSez: check out the Tutorials you’ll find most of the performance data there. Additionally, Google “Pilots Operating Handbook” by type, e.g.: “POH & B-737-model”. Ya gotta know your “V’s”

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This is not needed. For one, if someone is having tail strikes on a regular basis, they should consider trying a different hobby other than flight sims. If you want to be really precise, just calculate it using an external resource.

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This was just a thing to get realism its not that iam having hard to take off it is to add something that pilots calculate every time