G’day all or Bonjour à tous, aloha, Hallo allemaal, 大家好, Hallo alle, Halló allir, Pozdrav svima, Halo semua, Καλησπέρα σε όλους, so today I’m continuing on with my series featuring Infinite Flight Cockpits. Today’s is of a departure out of LAX.
Los Angeles (KLAX) to Los Angeles (KLAX)
Spirit Airlines Airbus A321
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Gorgeous shots but why do you use that mode on the ND?
Same man, but still a great shot
You can’t change it on replay sadly.
It really and @Qantas094 you have put done yourself once again I allways love seeing your work
@BadPlane, when you say same do you mean like yesterday’s and the days befores?
I was agreeing with @Aviation360 that ARC is better
Oh okay I got mixed up as you said same man, but…, anyway.
c’est une très bonne capture d’écran. vous êtes l’homme, le mythe, la légende. salut le roi Qantas
I have a question though, why are you above 250knots below 10,000ft?
I mean can’t complain if your paying for a cheap ticket
cuz it’s solo? lol
It’s under 260 anyways
@AlphaSeven, That’s ground speed. Thanks guys.
wait why would the speed indicator on the PFD be in ground speed
I thought airspeed was yes
Nope. In the replay file everything is like that, even in HUD view.
If it were air speed I’d worry as it would be technically overspeeding, although you wouldn’t have a warning just yet…
In replay mode, the live cockpit does show ground speed, my guess would be the way the flight data is saved, and because the weather isn’t, it only records ground speed. :)
Thanks for the explanation, I was at 230 knots airspeed.
This brings up a good question about the a320 family. What is the difference between GPS and NAV on the systems menu? I know it’s a bit off topic, but it’s just a quick question.