|Quoting DocLightning (Reply 2):|
However, AFAIK, climb power is not a constant setting all the way from climbout to initial cruise altitude. I think it's a gradual decrease.
|Quoting ZSOFN (Reply 3):|
I've noticed the leading edge slats create a huge amount of wind noise as airflow gets disturbed and becomes non-laminar around the fuselage by wing's the leading edge.
|Quoting PHX787 (Thread starter):|
I know the pilots probably don't use full power all the time, but they sure don't use anything lower than normal, in my opinion, so what causes the change in noise that is heard in the cabin?
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