And Skipper says the contrary...
Cold temperature problem - (standard -10)
300 KIAS - FL 330 - OAT minus 61 - Mach number .845
Warm temperature problem - (standard + 10)
300 KIAS - FL 330 - OAT minus 41 - Mach number .845 still...
- I did not change IAS, but changed OAT 20 degrees... NO MACH CHANGE
In the first case, TAS - would be 484 Kts -
Cold temperature - looks like LOWer speed...
In the second case, TAS - would be 502 Kts -
Warm temperature - looks like HIGHer speed...
Exactly the opposite of what you claim...
QED - Low temperature = low speed for same given Mach number
High temperature = high speed for same given Mach number
Tsentsan, please verify your statements before broadcasting them...
Or advise my airline, that the manager 747 training, should go to pilot school.