Alright so I’m doing my first overnight flight (literally about to go to bed) and I’ve been at cruising altitude for a good hour or hour and a half. But the thing is, I’ve been checking to see if my flight’s all good like I haven’t crashed or anything, and I’ve noticed that the time till my TOD hasn’t changed at all. like a good 10 minutes ago, it said 10:14 and it’s still there. Anyone know what’s up?
Some more information on this would be helpful:
- What is your route, and where are you now?
- What speed and altitude are you at?
- What aircraft are you flying?
Screenshots showing your TOD info may also be helpful.
Yes of course, my bad.
YSSY-KLAX, I departed about an 1:30 ago, going mach 0.84 at FL350 in the 777-300
oh my god. nevrmind, it’s working now and i feel silly lol
i guess someone can close this noe.
Hi, it’s probably because your ground speed decreased a bit, and because your ETA to TOD is calculated based on your current ground speed and not the ground speed you’ll have ahead. At this sort of distances, even a small change of a few knots can mean 10 minutes in ETA time
That makes sense. and I bet that is what happened.
OP requested closure