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 Post subject: Re: EMB 195 Pilots: what is a typical cruise altitude?
PostPosted: 06 Jan 2022, 20:18 

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They were flying in and out of Gatwick (London). Both short legs (about 250 miles). There was about 15 knots of wind on Sunday, but not much yesterday as far as I could tell (I was using the in-built phone accelerometers/GPS so the data was limited).

This chart may be useful to your question:
this table allows for a quick determination of the FL for minimum fuel consumption, with at least 5 min in cruise.
Screenshot 2022-01-07 at 01.04.54.png

Thanks, Fabien.
Antoni Deighton


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