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Flight AKA869-T

  • Submitted By: Steven Almendinger
  • Departure Airport: Kowesas River Lodge (PF10)
  • Arrival Airport: Tezwa River Ranch (PF37)
  • Aircraft: PA18-W (N223AK-ST)
  • Flight Time: 00.36.47
  • Date Submitted: 12/01/2016
  • Route: View Flight Plan
  • Status: Accepted
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(1 load / $ 55.00 per unit
$ 55.00
Fuel Cost:
(8.16466 fuel used @ 1.1 / unit)
$ 8.98

Additional Log Information:

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FS-[19:13] - American Champion Scout FSX Tundra Teal
FS-[19:13] - Flight AKA869-T is ready to depart PF10 with a final destination of PF37.
FS-[19:13] - Alternate Airport: NONE
FS-[19:13] - Cruise Level: 2500
FS-[19:13] - Wind Heading 0 | Wind Speed 0kts | Temperature 0 deg C
FS-[19:13] - Distance to Departure: 0.04 miles
FS-[19:13] - Parking Brake Applied
FS-[19:13] - Navigation Mode: NAV
FS-[19:13] - Boarding
FS-[19:13] - ADF1 - 353.0
FS-[19:13] - ADF2 - 240.0
FS-[19:13] - NAV1 - 114.10
FS-[19:13] - NAV2 - 110.60
FS-[19:13] - COM1 - 128.40
FS-[19:13] - COM2 - 127.80
FS-[19:13] - Transponder - 1200
FS-[19:15] - Engine 1 Started
FS-[19:15] - Parking Brake Released
FS-[19:16] - Flaps to position 1
FS-[19:17] - Taxiing to Runway
FS-[19:17] - Wind Heading 154 | Wind Speed 5kts | Temperature -5 deg C
FS-[19:18] - Taking Off with 1 passengers on board
FS-[19:18] - Take off at 52kts, with a pitch of 5deg and 186lbs of fuel on board
FS-[19:18] - Wind Heading 154 | Wind Speed 5kts | Temperature -5 deg C
FS-[19:18] - Flaps to position 0 at 233ft and 75kts
FS-[19:18] - Climbing to TOC
FS-[19:22] - TOC reached
FS-[19:22] - Cruise started
FS-[19:22] - Wind Heading 157 | Wind Speed 5kts | Temperature -5 deg C
FS-[19:34] - Simulator Paused
FS-[19:34] - Simulator Un-Paused
FS-[19:37] - Simulator Paused
FS-[19:37] - Simulator Un-Paused
FS-[19:40] - Flaps to position 1 at 538ft and 63kts
FS-[19:40] - Flaps to position 2 at 492ft and 62kts
FS-[19:40] - Flaps to position 3 at 443ft and 54kts
FS-[19:40] - Flaps to position 4 at 436ft and 54kts
FS-[19:40] - Flaps to position 5 at 430ft and 54kts
FS-[19:41] - Landed at -284fpm. With 170lbs of fuel onboard and a pitch angle of 9deg.
FS-[19:41] - Wind Heading 179 | Wind Speed 4kts | Temperature -9 deg C
FS-[19:41] - Stall! 31kts, 7AGL
FS-[19:41] - Stall Recovered! 27kts, 3AGL
FS-[19:41] - Taxiing to Gate
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 2 at 486ft and 60kts
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 3 at 449ft and 54kts
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 5 at 436ft and 54kts
FS-[19:41] - Stall! 29kts, 7AGL
FS-[19:41] - Stall Recovered! 25kts, 3AGL
FS-[19:41] - Simulator Paused
FS-[19:41] - Simulator Un-Paused
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 4
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 3
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 2
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 1
FS-[19:41] - Flaps to position 0
FS-[19:43] - Parking Brake Applied
FS-[19:43] - Engine 1 Stopped
FS-[19:47] - Distance to Arrival: 13.16 miles
FS-[19:47] - American Champion Scout FSX Tundra Teal
FS-[19:47] - AFK Attempts: 0
FS-[19:47] - AFK minutes: 0
FS-[19:47] - MaxSim Rate: 1x
FS-[19:47] - Blue Box ver: 2.0.0.10

Comments

Commenter Comment
Norm Richards AKA869-T VFR Kowesas River Lodge (PF10) to Tezwa River Ranch (PF37) .. 52-AKA864-880-T Operation Barnstormers (2016) Yup the airport Lat and long values were off a bit for PF37 (Tezwa River Ranch) in our airport system. Now re-adjusted to show PF37 (RTMM fictional location) showing Lat/Long 530136N1274703W (Converted Decimal lat = 53.02689, Decimal Long = -127.78425). In our airport system I had PF37 reflecting a Decimal lat of 53.1368 and long -127.47 which is incorrect and Blue Box recognized your position variation so gave you that continue flight option: another new feature in Blue Box. It would appear that I inadvertently entered the degree values instead of the using the converted decimal values. (Our airport system uses decimal format). Should be fixed now Steve and thanks for letting me know. If you see anything else in these fictional legs in that RTMM Barnstormers just holler and will check. (Also posted the same in reply to you forum post. Thanks Steve. Norm AKA995


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