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    Takeoff V speeds

    Hi guys,
    I think this issue has been raised before. I do have a program for working out V-speeds, but I don't want to take it into my cockpit if I can avoid it. My query is whether or not the tables that come with the Wilco Airbusses are of any use at all? I am just not sure how to interpret them exactly. If anyone has any ideas, that would be great!

    Don't seem to be able to drop a sample of the tables in here... If anyone has an idea, I can email the files over.

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    Re: Takeoff V speeds

    Why dont you want to take the program into the cockpit? Most airlines are now issuing Laptops to pilots with programs which work out everything for them?If you did that it would be more realistic

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    Re: Takeoff V speeds

    Ask Dodiano.
    Do not know for the Airbus but those tables should be pretty straightforward.
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