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Minimum Approach Speed For An A300F?

Sun May 06, 2007 6:20 am

...since Airbus offers such piss-poor public record of detailed performane specifications, vis-a-vis its competitor, I'd like to ask:

Can anyone tell me (or preferably, direct me to any tangible documentation of) the minimal approach speed for an A300-600F? Any such information would be highly appreciated.
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RE: Minimum Approach Speed For An A300F?

Sun May 06, 2007 6:40 am

Same approach speed as the 333/343, a Vapp of 136 kt

Landing (m):
ISA sea level. 1489
ISA +20ºC SL. 1489
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RE: Minimum Approach Speed For An A300F?

Sun May 06, 2007 6:51 am

'Preciate it... but what I really want to know, is where (if you know of anywhere) can that information be viewed online?

I need corroboration for the info more than the info itself.
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RE: Minimum Approach Speed For An A300F?

Sun May 06, 2007 5:09 pm

Airbus has all that data online, but you need to be a customer to access the secure area on www.airbusworld.com. Airbus does not have that data publicly available as the QRH/FCOM etc is operator/MSN specific depending on engine and other modification status.
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