Thrust climb a350

when i put the thrust climb on the a350 the plane loses attitude and speed.
is this normal?
because A350 pilots in real life do it and it works.

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Yes but they pitch down to around 5’ and normally climb at ~1000fpm or even less to accelerate to 250kts then pitch back up when at 250kts

I think he has a problem with the thrust climb on the A350.
the aircraft continued to lose speed and altitude.
the thrust climb is 49%.

Ideally climb at 310-320 knts at a rate of 1800fpm (after 10,000ft) to ensure a safe climb. Always stel climb when possible.

if i understand correctly, i put the thrust climb after 10,000 ft?

Thrust climb should be engaged at thrust reduction/acceleration height-usually between 1000’ and 1500’ AGL.

initial up to V2+15 between 1000 - 1500AGL (dependant on noise abatement) reduce takeoff power by 2-3% N1 for a sustainable thrust climb.