FDC Live Cockpit! 2011
Gear Down call will be made at that altitude instead.
The Flap 15 call should be made depending on the air speed of
the aircraft, but all subsequent flap calls should be made dependent on the altitude of the aircraft as well. To achieve this, select the option at the bottom of the panel that is beneath the F15 column.
In the flap to altitude table at the lower left of the panel, enter
the minimum altitudes at which to call the remaining flap positions F25, F30, and F40. The values should be 2100, 1800, and 1500 respectively. Double-click each cell to enter the value.
Click Save to save the performance file. You will be asked to
enter a suitable file name. Note! Since the default performance file for the Boeing 737-400 is much more detailed than the one we have created in this example, we suggest that you skip this step, and close the Performance Editor without saving.
Click Close to close the Performance Editor.
Congratulations on finishing your first performance file in FDC Live Cockpit! 2011
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