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Old 07-07-2018, 03:28 PM   #1
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Old 07-07-2018, 03:42 PM   #2
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Amazing, thanks!
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Old 07-07-2018, 04:06 PM   #3
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excellent. thanks
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Excellent work, thanks for sharing!
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great stuff! thank you for pulling together and posting!
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Brilliant! Thanks for making this!


One thing though, that i'Ve been wondering since the Hornet came out and was so hoping to find answer on that awesome chart... Holding Pattern and Spinning speed... 350 kts or 250 kts?
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Old 07-07-2018, 06:53 PM   #7
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Theres no specific speed that ive found, although ive heard rumors about two flights in one stack and i dont see how that would work without a standardized speed.

Although in the CNATRA P-816 it says that a maximum consume fuel flow airspeed should be kept unless instructed otherwise.
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Old 07-07-2018, 09:12 PM   #8
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Theres no specific speed that ive found, although ive heard rumors about two flights in one stack and i dont see how that would work without a standardized speed.

Although in the CNATRA P-816 it says that a maximum consume fuel flow airspeed should be kept unless instructed otherwise.
Until a real Hornet pilot chimes in... the "librarians" rule
In the Rhino max endurance approximation would be around 250kts and best range -300kts (can be verified on DDI's FPAS page, which will be implemented here "in the future"). So, max conserve should be around 250ish.

Oh, I checked the "popeye" call. In Case 1 departures, the first a/c of each flight reports "popeye" to departure when passing 18k and not on top (of the cloud cover if there is one).
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Old 07-08-2018, 12:21 AM   #9
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Theres no specific speed that ive found, although ive heard rumors about two flights in one stack and i dont see how that would work without a standardized speed.

Although in the CNATRA P-816 it says that a maximum consume fuel flow airspeed should be kept unless instructed otherwise.



Thanks, that was the two evasive info i couldn't put my hands on. So i ended up doing 350 kts for the spin as it's the speed we are going when in for the break, and 250 kts for the pattern as you don't wanna turn too fast i presume. But ended up going 350 kts as well cuz i was getting too impatient to do my break lol
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Thanks, that was the two evasive info i couldn't put my hands on. So i ended up doing 350 kts for the spin as it's the speed we are going when in for the break, and 250 kts for the pattern as you don't wanna turn too fast i presume. But ended up going 350 kts as well cuz i was getting too impatient to do my break lol

As Lex Talionis mentioned in his video, there are no set speeds. It's unit SOP or lead dependent.


@Kola360,

What is that chart in? Photoshop? Visio? If it's an editable format, would you mind uploading it in native format?
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