I’m just wondering if you trim your aircraft? Not using proper trim on large aircraft often causes a substantial change in nose altitude when turning on/off AP.
I usually use about 2-7% depending on Runway length and Aircraft weight
As well as the flap setting
Yes I just tried one more time with 10% and it keeps doing it
It must be something that needs to be fixed in a future update
Okay, I’m guessing it’s not your trim setting…
Another thing it could be is maybe you’re setting the AP altitude too close to your current altitude. If you turn on AP at 10800ft and you have it set to climb to 11000ft, the AP doesn’t have enough time to adjust the vertical speed. This will result in a crazy nose drop.
I went from EGLL to KLAX in the 777-200ER I had no issues. No trim or flaps used 🤔
Using Step Climb method
Hmmm I’m not sure. I did not have an altitude set in the MCP (Mode Control Panel) and the aircraft just dropped. Flaps 5 degrees with a 58% load factor
As well as 10% trim
I just tried with the 777-300ER with Flaps 15 as normal and 4 percent trim and it was perfect
Awesome! Hopefully the issue is resolved
Yes I hope so as well too many routes not to use the 777-200ER
I love its APPR
What was your load? I would suggest following this topic:
To make sure you have the proper speed. Winds may also be a factor in this situation. I’ve not noticed this and I don’t think it’s a show stopper ultimately, but could you by chance provide a replay so I can see?
It was great to fly before. There must’ve been an issue
Thank you for this. I tried earlier it would not work
I can try again
You used http://www.sharemyinfiniteflight.com/ ??
No I did not. Let me make a new video and try again because that was not working either