Flight SAA7080

  • Submitted By: Deon Schlebusch
  • Departure Airport: Christchurch International (NZCH)
  • Arrival Airport: Perth Airport (YPPH)
  • Aircraft: B767-319ER (ZK-NCJ)
  • Flight Time: 06.14
  • Date Submitted: 17/06/2016
  • Route: CH L508 MOLGI L508 KABIN M643 HB L513 TAPAX Q27 HAMTN Q158 BEVLY PH
  • Status: Accepted
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(223 load / R 6,000.00 per unit
R 1,338,000.00
Fuel Cost:
(62098 fuel used @ 7.5 / unit)
R 465,735.00

Additional Log Information:

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smartCARS version 2.1.24.0, 2016/6/17 UTC
[06:13:10] Preflight started, flying offline
[06:13:10] Flying SkySpirit2010 AWL Boeing 767-332ER/W Air New Zealand
[06:14:12] Pushing back with 40583 kg of fuel
[06:14:51] Engine 1 is on
[06:15:16] Engine 2 is on
[06:15:57] Taxiing to runway
[06:17:26] Flaps set to position 2
[06:18:08] Taking off
[06:18:31] Climbing, pitch: 9, roll: level, 176 kts
[06:18:33] Gear lever raised at 42 ft at 194 kts
[06:19:58] Flaps set to position 1 at 2472 ft at 233 kts
[06:20:02] Flaps set to position 0 at 2594 ft at 233 kts
[06:36:14] Cruising at 35000ft, pitch: 3, 460 kts
[12:04:12] Descending
[12:12:44] Sim paused
[16:42:01] Sim unpaused
[16:51:30] Approaching
[16:54:08] Flaps set to position 1 at 3199 ft at 211 kts
[16:54:34] Flaps set to position 2 at 2525 ft at 216 kts
[16:54:58] Flaps set to position 3 at 2014 ft at 209 kts
[16:55:19] Flaps set to position 4 at 1970 ft at 195 kts
[16:58:59] Final approach, 176 kts
[17:02:00] Gear lever lowered at 234 ft at 154 kts
[17:02:22] Touched down at -267 fpm, gear lever: down, pitch: 6, roll: 2 degrees right, 126 kts
[17:02:53] Landed in 4159 ft, fuel: 12500 kg, weight: 127686 kg
[17:02:53] Taxiing to gate
[17:03:25] Flaps set to position 0
[17:03:35] The flight may now be ended
[17:03:35] Arrived, flight duration: 06:14
[17:05:01] Engine 1 is off
[17:05:01] Engine 2 is off

Comments

Commenter Comment
Ian Harrison Gear down at 234'!!!! Flying West should have been at 36000'. Sending you for re-training.
Deon Schlebusch I did push for gears to go down, did not notice them not going down as i was concentrating on the approach and only realized when the alarms went off that they did not deploy. On the 35000 feet, I was not aware that I am allowed to change them, thought this was fixed altitude you need to fly. I will go for training again, as long as you go for communication skills!!!!!

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