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Very hight angle ot attak in the initial climb. MD-11

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Is there any way that i can program the initial angle of attak in the MD11?? I got near stall in every takeoff. and lots of "Pitch protection" warnings.I takeoff with Flaps 22, cost index 80, and Flex 45. Also, i activate the nav, perf and autopilot right after takeoff


Juan Ramos
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Juan, What is your Gross Weight? If the aircraft is very light it is difficult to keep the V2+10 target at T/O Thrust. You must use a flex temperature, even highter than the 45 you are using. Besides that, FSX weather (abrupt changes of wind speed) could also contribute to the problem. For these kind of problems the best advise is: do not engages the AP too early. Hand-fly the aircraft, following the flight director bars and press the AUTOFLIGHT only when you have satbilized at the target speed with the FD bars captured.


Michael Frantzeskakis
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