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You might want to check your approach speeds again, it looks like the plane is about to stall in the last shot.
It seems that the flaps aren´t fully deployed. This could cause the high AoA.

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What speed should I be shooting for? Thought 140-150 was the range I needed to be in.


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REX 2.0 is pretty awesome. Almost need some Raybans!


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What speed should I be shooting for? Thought 140-150 was the range I needed to be in.
Well, that is a normal speed, it can often variate check your FMC for your correct speeds and try to shoot for it.Also, someone else said the high angle of attack could be attributed to the lack of flaps, but flaps will only do so much to the AoA, still worth a try.Looks like you're on the verge of stalling, overweight?

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