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Hey all! When I'm going to takeoff, my aircraft is very slow to get up to speed. It hasn't been like this before and I have exactly the same flaps set and no spoilers or brakes in. This has all of a sudden started to happend. I use aircraft from Simvitaion such as project airbus. Does anyone know what I can do?

I can rotate at about 140 knots but it takes longer than usual to reach that speed. After takeoff, the speed is suddenly lowered instead of increasing and finally I get stall. I've been flying with these aircraft a lot but now all of a sudden it doesn't work very well.

Sincerely Axel

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Are you using a throttle with a joystick or yoke? Or do you fly with the keyboard only?


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14 minutes ago, HighBypass said:

Are you using a throttle with a joystick or yoke? Or do you fly with the keyboard only?

I'm using a joystick:)

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Sounds like you're overweight.  Make sure you're not entering fuel and payload in the wrong units (lbs vs kg). 


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1 hour ago, w6kd said:

Sounds like you're overweight.  Make sure you're not entering fuel and payload in the wrong units (lbs vs kg). 

Hi! It's not an aircraft like pmdg. It's project airbus aircraft so I cant touch any settings like that. 

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I obviously solved the problem by being angry and frustrated and pressing different settings, hahaha.

Thank you so much for taking your time anyway to help me!
Sincerely Axel

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Soooo.. Axel did you find out what the problem was in the end? Can you tell us? :cool:


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I think he found the key that lowers the speed brakes. 🤨

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Another hit and run (sorry, couldn't help myself)

Edited by jimcarrel

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Hello! sorry for not answering. I remember sitting on the test pressing different settings just to test and then one day it worked quite suddenly. Thanks so much for your help 🙂
Sincerely Axel

Next time I will be better to answering

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