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Guest rellehenk

It is RamonIf constraint is to cross the waypoint at aspecific barometric altitude, enter thealtitude only. If constraint is to cross at orabove altitude, enter

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You could save yourself a lot of writing in your reply as that last sentence was enough for me already. :(

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Guest Robin.B

So much for trying to lose weight...J/k :-lol

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Ofcourse you can...And such constraints will be treated properly : if a soft constraint is entered (e.g. 3000A or 12000B 10000A) the computed vertical path will not be affected by it, **if** the restriction is already satisfied. Else the soft constraint will internally be treated as a "hard" constraint.Note : you can NOT enter speed constraints only. You can also NOT enter Mach type speed constraints (blame Honeywell :)).What a question..pffffBest,Vangelis======================================= E. M. Vaos Precision Manuals Development Group www.precisionmanuals.com=======================================


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Guest rellehenk

Just a copy and paste :( ;)>What a question..pffffI think it was a good question because it isn't mentioned in your manual :)

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And my pleasure to answer it !Best,VangelisPS. Have faith...===================================== E. M. Vaos Precision Manuals Development Group www.precisionmanuals.com=====================================


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THere is another thing which I'm not understand.Why can't we enter only a speed restriction? For example: At EDDF when you fly the NOMBO2L SID you have a speed restriction of 220 until passing RID VOR but there is not Altitude constraint. How do we do that?

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Guest neil_b

>THere is another thing which I'm not understand.>Why can't we enter only a speed restriction? For example: At>EDDF when you fly the NOMBO2L SID you have a speed restriction>of 220 until passing RID VOR but there is not Altitude>constraint. How do we do that?I'd stick 220 in the MCP and go into SPD.

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Herr Docktor already said why, Honeywell did not allow spd only without the ALT attached unlike the 737s..So do what the RL drivers do in those situations ;-)[h4]Randy J. Smith[/h4]


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And that would be?So, it's realy through that the real B744 doesn't allow only SPD restrictions?

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