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sunxuyang

anyone can explain this?

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i think if the pitch is in Alt hld mode, the A/T should be in MCP SPD but why does this pic show a different thing? thanks

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Looking at that PFD image makes me cringe. Not a lot of margin there.


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Looking at that PFD image makes me cringe. Not a lot of margin there.
Why? It's called coffin corner and not that unusual. FRED

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How do you suppose it got that name Fred? It is just fine as long as it is smooth and you don't loose one of the donkeys. I like a little more margin when at cruise. Especially these days with RVSM and dead-accurate GPS navigation. Not to mention all the radiation and O-zone you suck up when that high. I rarely like going above 370. Personal preference I guess.


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is it possible that the pilot deselected the "speed" on the MCP ? this is the only explantion
He has disconnected the auto throttle and then at some point armed it again ready. Why however I have no idea.

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At the moment that this photo was taken, pilot controlling throttles manually, no biggie..

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Why? It's called coffin corner and not that unusual. FRED
Lol. Yeah no biggie. Let's go take a stroll through "no man's land", too. Disregard the name, though. ;) Death Alley, yeah I go there all the time. I love speeding around "Dead Man's Curve" down by the river. These doing anything for anybody?

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What is really impressive is I didn't realize until I stared at it for a while that that was NOT PMDG in the image.


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Or he's just set a given N1 for cruise....kinda like some other aircraft out there without fancy auto-throttles!


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