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FMC and Overshooting the T/O RWY

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Guest Greenhoff

Hi GuysCan anyone suggest why when attempting to input the tutorialFMC data right from the origin/dest/rwy and all after, all i getis a "NOT IN DATABASE" message??and secondly on the RWY apart from starting with the brake onthe A/C always overshoots the RWY skips over the water thenmiraculously is over the buildings and all this with onlyabout 80knts and when the throttles are advanced the enginerevs seem to decrease not increase any tips explanationsadvice would help me keep my sanity thank you very much Richard

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Guest Niels_C

Hi Richard,With regard to "Not in Database", get the newest AIRAC. It might help.It's available at www.navdata.at if memory serves.Hmmm, you don't mention what product (or plane) you try with?You use the term "FMC" which vaguely suggest Boeing.Is ZFW within limits? You know, you don't have to fly with maximum payload. Is the correct FLEX temperature entered?It's difficult to help when one doesn't know what the question is about.PSS have made planes between Twin Turboprop (Dash 8)and and the 747.

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