This configuration should hold airspeed at 140 knots with a good descent angle toward the runway. Let's continue decreasing speed: Set desired speed to 150 knots and when it gets below about 155 knots fully deploy the flaps and landing gear. You don't really need to touch anything at this point, but you may want to adjust the throttle, if you find yourself going too fast or too slow. Let the airplane stabilize at 180 knots. Publisher: Bombardier; Nb Pages: ; Language: English. Getting a taste of the 45's power was quite a rush after all those small birds, and now I want more.
Takeoff All of the following occurs quite rapidly. Add two extra miles for every 10 knots of tailwind. Look for a descent rate of about 700 fpm. The ground equipment consists of two highly directional transmitting systems and, along the approach, three or fewer marker beacons. We are practicing on the King Air 350 and are planning to do the Bombardier Learjet 45, next. Under Bombardier ownership, the 40 Series came to life with the Model 45, a technologically advanced, roomy and. Read through the procedure several times before attempting it in the plane so you know what to expect.
Let's keep it at about 10-15 degrees nose up and retract the landing gear. Depending on atmospheric conditions, altitude, and other factors, you will not get the same performance at gross weight that you would with a lighter load. You may have to adjust power to maintain your speed and rate of descent. The figures here are conservative and assume: Weight: 20,000 pounds 9,072 kilograms Altitude: sea level Wind: no headwind Temperature: 15° C Lower weights and temperatures will result in better performance, as will having a headwind component. Smoothly increase power to maintain 140 knots, your final approach speed. No more actions are required for now.
Hold 140 knots all the way down on final approach. How it appears on the instruments depends on aircraft and instrument type. This allows the engines to spool up to a point where uniform acceleration to takeoff thrust will occur on both engines. Optimum altitude is the altitude that gives the best fuel economy for a given configuration and gross weight. No, I haven't downloaded it yet.
Set it to 140 knots. Is there any manual for the bombardier Learjet 45?. To descend, disengage the autopilot if you turned it on during cruise or use the autopilot hold features and let it fly for you. This will be useful to temporally keep the right course when we first enable the autopilot later. Engine Startup The engines are running by default when you begin a flight. Increase the pitch attitude to maintain 250 knots until reaching 0.
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Worse, it's deceptively dangerous, because you think you've understood it, but then something changes and you're stumped. By default, this aircraft has full fuel and payload. A good rule for determining when to start your descent is the 3-to-1 rule three miles distance per thousand feet in altitude. It allows some additional functionality and after reading the manual was quite easy to work. Important: These instructions are intended for use with Flight Simulator only and are no substitute for using the actual aircraft manual for real-world flight. Hold this speed until you get a positive rate of climb.
Please note that you will need to to use many of the site's best features, including downloading files and posting messages. I had a look at the check list and the main thing that I was missing was the fuel flow. For example, to descend from a cruise altitude of 35,000 feet 10,668 meters to sea level: 35,000 minus the last three zeros is 35. Hold the pitch attitude you've used during final approach. Most of the tutorials that we found on you tube and publication articles including forums are still too advanced for us. Your donation here helps to pay our bandwidth costs, emergency funding, and other general costs that crop up from time to time.
Remember that your true airspeed is actually much higher in the thin, cold air. Contents Many factors affect flight planning and aircraft operation, including aircraft weight, weather, and runway surface. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them. At about 50 feet above the runway and past the runway threshold, bring the thrust levers to idle. Hi, I'm new to flight simulation, but have put in a lot of hours over the past few weeks.
The high-aspect ratio, fully cantilevered, swept wings with winglets are of conventional riveted Design load factors are —1. If you want to get the maximum from this booklet, you should create an adequate starting situation. Plan to have an initial approach fix regardless of whether or not you're flying an instrument approach. Note: All speeds given in Flight Notes are indicated airspeeds. The changeover from indicated airspeed to Mach number typically occurs as you climb to altitudes in the high 20s or low 30s. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account.