kalvado wrote:rfresh737 wrote:
THat is perfectly correct.
I would put it a bit differently, though - this line represents TOW, and hence maximum FL you can climb right after takeoff. Same thing, just a bit different perspective.
I wonder if there is a table of weight vs maximum FL somewhere in the book.
rfresh737 wrote:OK, so in this screen shot, landing weight of 50 + 11000 fuel burn == 61000 TOW. Blue line is laid over 61000 and this tells me I can just make it to FL430 but not FL450?
GalaxyFlyer wrote:Sort of a useless chart, have to go elsewhere to find trip fuel, find alternate and holding fuel. Once you know those inputs, the chart gives you initial FL. Big Whoop! But, it’s 30+ years old.
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