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hotwings402

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Can anybody share with me a typical TO and climb profile for the b737.

IE

V1
VR
V2
Whats a normal TO power setting?

Then what is the climb speed?

When and how much are the flaps retracted from (5 degrees)

And then whats climb power normally?

Thanks

Just practicing on FS2004 for a interview profile.
 
Many of those numbers depend on weight, however without the type of 737 your going to get many answers. I forget which one is on the MS 2004, is it the 737-400?
 
in the -200 the climb speed was 170 with flaps, 210 clean. There's about as basic as you can get.

Good luck.
 
Can anybody share with me a typical TO and climb profile for the b737.

IE

V1 135
VR 137
V2 142....can be as low as 105/108/115 if light and slightly more if heavy
Whats a normal TO power setting? 85 -95 % N1 depending on reduction
Then what is the climb speed? V2 plus 20 for first 1000 ft, then retract flaps to 1, and flaps up at 190 kts. Climb at 210 kts for first 3000 ft, then accelerate to 250 kts.

When and how much are the flaps retracted from (5 degrees) from 5 to 1 at 1000 ft and V2 + 20

And then whats climb power normally? about 90% depending on atmospheric conditions..........

These are all ballpark numbers, of course......

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Good luck finding anyone on this site with any knowledge of the 737.

(sarcasm for those of you who have an inop sarcsm indicator)
 
And then some of us got the type, got time in type, and still thought it wasn't a good idea to answer the question on a public forum.
 
Because if I hijack a airplane, its gonna really matter if I do 190 instead of 210 up to 3000.........doh
Whats that

Come on, its not like I could'nt by the manuals.

Thanks for all that responded.
 
English said:
And then some of us got the type, got time in type, and still thought it wasn't a good idea to answer the question on a public forum.
+1, English. Good SA.
 

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