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Everything you wanted to know about 787 take off prep

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I came to the WT 787 hoping to port over methods from 737, but often have had horrid takeoff behaviors, so sought out actual instruction.  Hard to beat this from a RW 787 pilot:

Boeing 787 Takeoff Tutorial with a Real 787 Pilot MSFS (youtube.com)

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Noel

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Aircraft used in A Pilot's Life V2:  PMDG 738, Aerosoft CRJ700, FBW A320NX, WT 787X

 

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Definitely one to watch along with blackbox711.

I still get tailstrike with honeycomb A so have to figure it out . Mostly with low takeoff weight. Landings is horrible ballonish and throttle reacts to manually inputs even in speed modes. Maybe its normal in the 787 vs 737 though.

I hate the effect of climbing just about 3-700 feet in almost every airliner in windy condition but may be my lack of knowlegde but P3D5 feels better at this with Active Sky.

Trim is still a pain

Thanks

Michael Moe

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Michael Moe

 

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