Flight HAG035

  • Submitted By: Greg Vincent
  • Departure Airport: Singapore Changi Airport (WSSS)
  • Arrival Airport: Toronto Pearson Int'L. Ont. (CYYZ)
  • Aircraft: B747SP (N747SP)
  • Flight Time: 22.19
  • Date Submitted: 03/22/2020
  • Status: Rejected
Flight Details
Gross Revenue:
(3600 load / $ 0.00 per unit
$ 0.00
Fuel Cost:
(76697 fuel used @ 0 / unit)
$ 0.00

Additional Log Information:

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[22:30] Aircraft Title - Boeing 747SP Qantas
[22:30] Aircraft Model - B74S
[22:30] Flight Number HAG035
[22:30] Departure WSSS
[22:30] Destination CYYZ
[22:31] Simulator Un-Paused
[22:31] Boarding
[22:33] Simulator Paused
[22:33] Simulator Un-Paused
[22:33] Taxiing to Runway
[22:33] Taking Off
[22:33] Taking Off
[22:33] 200kts
[22:33] pitch angle 6 degrees
[22:33] 75893 (lbs) of fuel onboard
[22:34] Climbing
[22:50] TOC Reached
[22:50] Cruise 30000
[20:41] TOD Reached
[20:41] Descending
[20:50] Simulator Paused
[20:50] Simulator Un-Paused
[20:52] On Approach
[21:07] Landing Rate -102fpm
[21:07] 0 (lbs) of fuel onboard
[21:07] pitch angle 1 degrees
[21:08] Taxiing to Gate
[21:10] Arrived
[21:10] Simulator Paused
[21:10] Max Sim Rate: 1x
[21:10] kACARS_Free Version 1.0.1.5

Comments

Commenter Comment
Bill Kirkham something amiss here the SP only has a Maximum range of 6,650 nmi (12,320 km; 7,650 mi)you only burnt 77000lbs in 22 hours, yet you burnt 54333 in 4 hours in your other flight, the longest scheduled flight by distance until 1976, when the Boeing 747-SP entered service. In April 1976, was 5885 nmi route.
Bill Kirkham there isn't an aircraft flying that can stay in the air for 22 hours and only burn 77000lbs, please let me know whats going on, your other 4 flight burnt 54000LBS???
Greg Vincent It took longer because I was flying it slow to conserve fuel

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