Below are some V1 speeds for some aircraft in Infinite Flight, please note that these calculations where made in ISA conditions at 0ft, and and it is an estimate.
Before you look at the table, this is what the abbreviations mean:
-RWY=Runway length, -10.000ft means less than 10.000ft of runway length, and +10.000ft means longer than 10.000ft.
-LOAD=Airplane load in %, -50 means load less than 50%, and +50 means load above 50%.
-***KTS=The V1 speed in knots [IAS].
Please dont spread false information. The V speeds you are providing are no where close to accurate. If you want accurate V speeds please use the V sped spreadsheet I have already provided for IF that are from actual V speed charts and have been confirmed as accurate in IF. In addition V1 speeds are abort takeoff limits not when you should start to rotate for take off, those are Vr speeds.
You see, using real world info may actually make your Infinite Flight experience less realistic, since the physics are not 100% alike in the sim, so this is why i tested it myself, not to spread false info, the opposite, im just trying to make IF pilots flights more realistic, thats all. Hope you understand…
I mean, I know what V-Speed to takeoff in each aircraft and this list is somewhat useful to other users, since they may not what speeds to takeoff at, often times people pull up to early or too late though, the A380 is missing from the list and I believe a few people still fly the Super Jumbo.
I already stated that the speeds work in IF and have been verified from use. Why not just admit that your V speeds are wildly inaccurate? No aircraft has a V1 of 190kts anywhere. If you dont know what V speeds are you shouldnt be giving out V speed “advice”
He isn’t requesting any feature, he is simply telling us what speeds he believes us pilots should use, as he conducted experiments on what speeds are the correct ones, though this spreadsheet that @anon2063420 posted in a different topic is more accurate and I can say that it works as those are the speeds I’ve been using all this time. Real life V-speeds most definitely works in IF.
That is understandable, considering the psychics don’t hold up but for most other aircraft, those with ground-effect at least, the speeds used IRL works. That spreadsheet is very useful for new pilots on learning when to exactly takeoff.
I who often fly the 777-300ER, can say that for even the whole 777-family the V-speeds IRL correspond perfectly into IF, using the same speeds, and as the ones mentioned in the spreadsheet.