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FDC Live Cockpit! 2011

Weight The weight of the aircraft The weight of the aircraft in 1000 lbs. FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 uses this weight to decide which speed data to use. The given row is used for all weights higher than the entered weight, until the next (higher) weight is reached.

Weight x 1000 lbs. (131 equals a weight of 131,000 lbs)

Required:Yes

IAS Maximum indicated air speed Indicated Air Speed. This is the maximum indicated air speed for this aircraft should cruise at to given this weight.

Speed in knots Required:Yes

FL Maximum height Flight Level. This is the maximum altitude (flight level) you can attain given this weight.

Flight level in 100 feet (140 equals FL140 = 14,000 ft)

Required:Yes

CS Clean Speed This the lowest safe speed with no flaps extended. Reducing speed below this will result in your first flap call from the Captain. This speed should be less than the IAS.

Speed in knots CS < IAS

Required:Yes

In addition to the information in the cruising speed table, you must also enter the maximum cruise speed of your aircraft, as this is required for FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 to work properly. You can enter this in either Mach or Knots, leaving the other value at ‘0’.

Mach Max cruise speed in Mach This is the maximum safe cruise speed.

Speed in mach A value is required in one of these boxes.

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