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Fs passangers. how is this?

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Brian B. (valcan222) Trainee

hey everyone I just made a flight I am vary happy with it but I wanted to see what you all think.

Flight 2245 End of flight report Date August 18 2006

Flight ID: 2245
Pilot: brian bannon
Company: Delta
Aircraft: Level D Simulations B767-300ER - Delta Air L
Flight Date: August 18 2006
Departure: 16h45 (22h45 GMT)
Arrival: 17h37 (00h38 GMT)
From: KSLC - Salt Lake City Intl - Usa
To: KSEA - Seattle Tacoma Intl - Usa
Nbr of Passengers: 179

Report:

Flight Distance: 596 Nm Landing Speed: 187.87 kt
Time Airborne: 01h40:22 Landing Touchdown: -290.77 ft/m (nice)
Flight Time (block): 01h53:30 Landing Pitch: 4.63°
Time On Ground: 00h14:58 Landing Weight: 374631 lbs
Average Speed: 356.61 kt Total Fuel Used: 27907 lbs
Max. Altitude: FL 220 Fuel Not Used: 133773 lbs
Climb Time: 00h11:20 Climb Fuel Used: 8255 lbs
Cruise Time: 00h48:54 Cruise Fuel Used: 10668 lbs
Average Cruise Speed: 427.78 kt (M0.66) Cruise fuel/hour: 13089 lbs (calc)
Descent Time: 00h40:08 Descent Fuel Used: 8983 lbs

Passenger Opinion: Exceptional flight (100%)
-Were highly entertained by the movie.
-Were in a better mood because they had food.
-Were pleased by the music on ground. A very nice addition to their flying experience.

Financial Report:

Ticket Income: +$68,431 (596 Nm)
Cargo Income: +$18,503 (12299 lbs)
Services Income: +$1,681 (0 sandwich 1 hot food 1 drink)
Services Cost: -$2,025 (100% quality)
Fuel Cost: -$23,686 (27907 lbs Jet-A1)
Airport Taxes: -$529 (Heavy Aircraft)
Insurance Costs: -$3,755 (4.32% rate)
Total Real Income: $58,620
Total Income: $2,931,000 (real x50)
Fleet Bonus: $0 (0 aircraft)
Total Sim Income: $2,931,000 (total income+fleet bonus)

Company Reputation:

Considering that the flight was perfect the ticket price low, the service price good and the service quality perfect, passengers on this flight think that your company's reputation should be 100%
Your company reputation is now: 76% (+2.39 increase)

Overall Flight Result: Perfect

Pilot Bonus points: 200 points
You made a very nice landing. (+50)
Perfect Flight, no problems and very satisfied passengers. (+150)

there it is, what do you all think?

11 Responses

Pro Member Chief Captain
Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Very nice report - well done! 😎

Pro Member Trainee
LAIRDLIND Trainee

How do you do that? Like get passengers on your plane, money report, and pillot points?? All of that stuff.

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

FsPassengers - www.fspassengers.com 😉

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LAIRDLIND Trainee

99jolegg wrote:

FsPassengers - www.fspassengers.com 😉

Thank You!!!

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to_coolguys First Officer

good report.Hope it happens with every flight and your company reputation rises to 100%. So still a long way to go...

MrSam Guest

here's what mine usually say:

Passengers are upset you landed too hard, that you didn't feed them enough, that they had a bumpy flight, that you flew over a war zone, etc etc etc...

BashDaBish Guest

Little tip alert

Try specifying your destination in the 'set destination' section when loading passengers and fuel. You will get more points for landing there. And if you are really brave you can estimate the block time. If you are accurate to within a few minutes you will receive even more points. But if you are way off the mark you will lose points for being a longer flight. Can't quite remember the exact tolerances. If your are neither excessively late or on time then you will get no pints but will lose no points.

Have a look for yourself.

BashDaBish Guest

*points not pints 😀

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VegasFlyer Chief Captain

Perfect 😀 I sometimes have problem with the overspeed. I usually set my speed to .79 or .80 but the wind gusts are sometimes so strong that they push me from behind real hard and the speed races up. I loose up to 600 points because of that. Watch out for that. 😉

TimH Guest

Good report, well done 😀

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Greyson Bassett (greystone) Trainee

VegasFlyer,

FYI, Mach number is a measure that is calculated from indicated airspeed through the airmass at a given altitude and is not a measure of groundspeed. Tailwinds have nothing to do with your overspeed--a function of your aircraft configuration at a given altitude and indicated airspeed. Eg., mach .80 at 31,000 feet will be ok up there in the less denser air than if you try to maintain this at, say, 11,000 feet where you might rip the wings off at high mach numbers.

Check out this simple explanation:
http://www.aerospaceweb.org/question/instruments/q0210.shtml

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