So I’m getting ready for a flight tonight from DFW-HNL with the 777-200ER. I decided to do some practice takeoffs with the current winds at the airport. I would rotate at around 150 and had 81% on the throttle. I would keep a steady climb of 2800 VS and the second I switched on the AP the aircraft’s nose wanted to drop to about 2000 VS for about four seconds before coming back up. Can anyone help me?
Switch this to support
Can I get someone to close this then
I also noticed this problem.
I’ll make it over on Support
Yes it’s very strange
No need for that just switch the tag category
Oh ok got it
Does anyone know the solution to this problem
This is happening on other aircraft as well. Seems to me ever since the hotfix.
Someone should get back to you quicker now, unfortunately I haven’t experienced this.
Ok I see. Thanks for the info!
Ok no worries it just seems awfully unrealistic and very annoying
Maybe the altitude on AP wasn’t the same as your manual climb? (Preset)
Are you talking about the initial altitude usually set at the gate?
Such as FL190 as an example
I can send a video of what is happening
No normally before I request pushback I set the SPD and ALT and set AP just short of ALT (normally like at 4 or 5,000 FT for a FL 10,000)
This would help someone with more knowledge than me
Ok I see what you mean