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How to prevent a A-FLOOR

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I have experienced a problem with the aircraft A-Flooring at high altitudes, FL360, and think the problem is due to ice or I am pushing the aircraft upto altitudes it should be going for the weight (ZFW 56.5, Block 12.5)? If it is ice should the engine, pitot and wing anti-ice be enabled passing a certain altitude say FL300? If you experience a A-Floor is there anyway to recover during flight or is it straight to FL000, so far I have recovered by slewing to a lower altitude for a few minutes and then slewing back to the original altitude?Thanks.

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A-Floor indicates the aircraft cannot prevent stalling in the programmed flight regimen.Probably you're too high for your weight? Check your MCDU for the max altitude it gives.

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Guest speight

Turn off icing in fsuipc

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Hello,Have had icing and a-floor at lower altitude than FL360... let say during climb.. I wonder if the anti-icing systems are working on the PSS airbus. EG: Pitot heat on, suddenly the speed falls to 0.Any idea ?RgdsDidier / LSGG

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I have eperienced the speed dropping to 0 and A-Floor with anti-icing on and pitot heat on (and icing switched off in FSUIPC). Strangly if I leave them switched off I don't experience an A-Floor.I'll just leave them switched off. The PSS Airbus has the potential to be an outstanding add-on if all the little niggels with FS9 are fixed, I am hooked on it even with the little things that aren't quite right.

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