VREF calculator

Are there any sites that calculate VREF for you?

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How’d you even use that website?

Edit: Facepalm moment…😂

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Oh, that seems like a good site but I don’t understand anything😅

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He linked the wrong thing lmao :)

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Here it goes, the one I used to use.
https://www.wolframalpha.com/widgets/view.jsp?id=c4d97c26353c4ff4c6539821b67f7cc7

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It seems to be something for electronic engineers. Can’t seem to find things for the other Vref. 😂

But SimBrief’s JetBlue OFPs can calculate Vspeeds for you, if you use the A320 and ERJs I think.

I am not becoming a scientist, I am just trying to fly a game.

Jokes aside thats an interesting calculator

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At the same time you fly you can learn a lot of physics 😄

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Simbrief will give you this and fuel requirements too.

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Where in simbrief does it show v speeds? I have looked everywhere in the flight plan brief.

Use the JetBlue format.

It does not show Vref, however, and T/O speeds are not available for all aircraft.

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TAKEOFF AND LANDING REPORT … … HKG-SIN 16JUN20
TLR-1 SEQ-73239860 16JUN20 2026Z
A/C 755 B777-200ER

/// TAKEOFF DATA ///

APT PRWY POAT PWIND PQNH PMRTW FLP O2 V1 VR V2 PTOW MFPTW
HKG 07R 28.0 210/08 29.73 6560 15 N 23 29 38 4437 5105

RMKS NONE

The T/O data will look like this.

Granted, it’ll be formatted a little better but you get the idea

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Thank you both!

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