Flight BNF39

  • Submitted By: Nicolas Barros
  • Departure Airport: Washington Dulles International Airport (KIAD)
  • Arrival Airport: London Heathrow Airport (EGLL)
  • Aircraft: CONCORDE (N94AA)
  • Flight Time: 03.24
  • Date Submitted: 05/22/2015
  • Route: WOOLY BROSS J42 RBV ACK TUSKY N243A ALLRY NATZ BEXET BAKUR UN546 STU UP2 OKESI Y3 BEDEK
  • Status: Accepted
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(124 load / $ 300.00 per unit
$ 37, 200.00
Fuel Cost:
(178508 fuel used @ 0.6 / unit)
$ 107, 104.80

Additional Log Information:

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smartCARS version 2.0.55.1, 2015/5/22 UTC-4
[04:06:44 PM] Preflight started, flying offline
[04:06:44 PM] Flying BAe/SNIAS Concorde 102 Braniff International/British Airways (N94AA) 1979
[04:06:44 PM] Sim paused
[04:06:48 PM] Sim unpaused
[04:10:44 PM] Pushing back with 206810 lb of fuel
[04:11:03 PM] Engine 1 is on
[04:11:23 PM] Engine 2 is on
[04:11:53 PM] Engine 3 is on
[04:15:15 PM] Taxiing to runway
[04:16:56 PM] Engine 4 is on
[04:26:37 PM] Taking off
[04:27:08 PM] Climbing, pitch: 9, roll: 1, 176 kts
[04:27:13 PM] Gear lever raised at 113 ft at 184 kts
[04:53:16 PM] Cruising at 51000ft, pitch: 2, 1189 kts
[05:58:59 PM] Overspeed entered
[05:59:06 PM] Overspeed left after a max speed of 491 kts
[07:14:33 PM] Descending
[07:36:08 PM] Approaching
[07:43:08 PM] Final approach, 239 kts
[07:47:04 PM] Gear lever lowered at 2749 ft at 206 kts
[07:51:48 PM] Touched down at -65 fpm, gear lever: down, pitch: 8, roll: 0, 126 kts
[07:52:06 PM] Landed in 2523 ft, fuel: 28375 lb, weight: 242198 lb
[07:52:06 PM] Taxiing to gate
[07:52:31 PM] The flight may now be ended
[07:52:31 PM] Arrived, flight duration: 03:24
[07:57:35 PM] Engine 1 is off
[07:57:36 PM] Engine 2 is off
[07:58:02 PM] Engine 4 is off
[07:58:03 PM] Engine 3 is off
[07:58:35 PM] Sim paused

Comments

Commenter Comment
Nicolas Barros The Model used for this flight was The FSFT Concorde. What a sweet piece of art, great aerodynamics, and cruising at Mach 2.0 takes you across the pond in 3 hours. In conclusion, It is such a great model, It is not that hard to grease the landings.
Graham Smith Wow! -65... nice job mate!