As fpltoif.com is down for me, I made a flightplan with SimBrief, and I found every data I need, besides the v-speeds. Could someone show me where to find those in the report?
Don’t know my friend , sorry hopefully someone will help
I am not 100% sure but believe they are present when selecting the JetBlue format for the OPF. Not sure though, so someone else might well be able to confirm!
Does somebody know if fpltoif.com shows the v-speeds for the A359? I could have found the spot of the v-speeds but it says could not find data of aircraft, so I wanted to check if that’s something different or the actual spot
Should be on the right side, as Julius said, it’s under “JBU” or JetBlue.
Did that, but do you know the answer for
Yea, every aircraft in IF I believe displays the V-Speeds. I’ve done the A359 before and it worked.
Really? I am pretty sure it didn’t show some for me, but this could have been due to my weight or sth
Okay so I made a flightplan with the A320, an aircraft that has its v speeds displayed on fpltoif.com for sure, but I still can’t find the v-speeds (I use JBU). Could somebody try to make a random flightplan and see if he can find the v speeds?
Ok so fpltoif.com works again for me, and the v-speeds are really not available.
If anyone knows where I can find the v-speeds I would be very thankful, as I can’t find those in the A320 flightplan
Edit: found them!
They are pretty much at the end! I included a picture in case anyone else is looking for them:
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