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Manual Step Climbs/Mach Restrictions

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Something I haven't seen in an Addon that I've flown and that's the ability to add Step Climbs/Mach-Speed Restrictions in the FMC. [Legs page] e.g;

 

SSM .83/350S

 

And that would create the step climb and speed!

 

Cheers.


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- Luke Pabari

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I know that the PMDG MD11 has the ability to restrict step climb altitudes in the f-pln page but you can not enter any mach speeds but thats because it is the same way in the real aircraft as well. At least how I remember it...

 

Manfred


Manfred G.

 

Ships are cooler that you think.

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This is all already done in our 777.

 

Brilliant thanks Ryan!


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- Luke Pabari

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I know on the 744 you can add manual step climbs. Haven't tried mach restrictions so I'm not sure about that.

 

Cheers,

Rudy

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Wooow, great news!


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