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Flight MSF1001

  • Submitted By: MAVERICK
  • Departure Airport: Atlanta (KATL)
  • Arrival Airport: Tallahassee Regional Airport (KTLH)
  • Aircraft: B777-300 (BOEING[777-300ER])
  • Flight Time: 01.12
  • Date Submitted: 04/21/2014
  • Status: Accepted
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(4 load / $ 194.70 per unit
$ 778.80
Fuel Cost:
(30291 fuel used @ 0.8 / unit)
$ 24, 232.80

Additional Log Information:

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[14:04] Aircraft Title - Boeing 777-300 Paint3
[14:04] Aircraft Model - B773
[14:04] Flight Number MSF1001
[14:04] Departure KATL
[14:04] Destination KTLH
[14:04] Simulator Paused
[14:04] Simulator Un-Paused
[14:04] Boarding
[14:06] Simulator Paused
[14:06] Simulator Un-Paused
[14:08] Taxiing to Runway
[14:08] Taking Off
[14:08] Taking Off
[14:08] 175kts
[14:08] pitch angle 10 degrees
[14:08] 297318 (lbs) of fuel onboard
[14:09] Climbing
[14:11] TOC Reached
[14:11] Cruise 5000
[15:10] Landing Rate -1756fpm
[15:10] 270529 (lbs) of fuel onboard
[15:10] pitch angle -1 degrees
[15:17] Simulator Paused
[15:17] Max Sim Rate: 1x
[15:17] kACARS_Free Version


Commenter Comment
MAVERICK Thank u for the VA maagers for accepting my flight as well as i think the triple seven was quite great with the handlings and it was a clean landing and i amazed that without the autobrakes anyhow the plane stopped before the runway ends it was amazing
CopOut Thank you for selecting your aircraft in kACARS. There is one additional step to doing this, in that you must press the 'LOAD' button next to the aircraft selection to give you the correct number of passengers. Your PIREP lists 4. I have corrected this. Also, although your plane may have felt as though it landed well, a -1756 landing rate is far from acceptable. Please keep your landing rates between 0 and -500. This landing would have caused extensive damage to your plane. Also, be careful of your take-off angle. At 10 degrees, you are very close to making a tail strike.
CopOut This is the last PIREP I will be accepting for a while greater than -500 fpm on the landing.

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