The spreadsheet has been developed using aircraft performance data freely published by Airbus, Boeing, British Aerospace and Bombardier. The following aircraft types are simulated, and more will be added later. You will need to download LIBRE OFFICE which is freely available and does not interface directly with MSFS, so can be safely used with any MSFS update.
CHANGE LOG - 15th Nov 2022 VERSION PERF08
ADDTION OF THE BOMBARDIER CRJ550, CRJ700, CRJ900 AND CRJ1000.
ALL PERFORMANCE CALCULATIONS HAVE BEEN REVISED FURTHER TO ENSURE GREATER ACCURACY WITH AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS DATA AND FLIGHTSIM PERFORMANCE.
REVISED FLEX TEMP SYSTEM ADOPTED TO MAKE EASIER SELECTION OF FLEX TEMPERATURES
NEW AUTOLAND SELECTION ADDED TO LANDING SELECTION, WHICH AUTOMATICLLY REDUCES THE LANDING DISTANCES TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT LANDING FROM THE GLIDESLOPE RATHER THAN THE THRESHOLD.
MANY MINOR CORRECTIONS
AIRCRAFT TYPES INCLUDED
AIRBUS A318, A319, A319 NEO, A320, A320 NEO, A321, A321 NEO, A330-200, A330-300, A330-800 NEO, A330-900 NEO, A380-800.
BRITISH AEROSPACE BAE 146-100, 146-200, 146-200 QT/QC, 146-300, 146-300 QT.
BOEING B737-200, B737-600, B737-700, B737-700BDSF, B737-800, B737-BBJ, B747-400, B747-400F, B747-8, B747-8F, B787-10
BOMBARDIER CRJ550, CRJ700, CRJ900 AND CRJ1000.
The spreadsheet has a number of sheets selected by tabs at the bottom left. These are:
HELP. Instructions on how to use the spreadsheets.
COMPLEX. The full version with all the bells and whistles.
EASY. A simpler version similar to those used by pilots in the flight deck.
LOG. A sheet that helps you to log details of your flights if needed.
RWY The tables of runway data used by the simulator which can be edited.
ACFT. Aircraft data used by the spreadsheet in order to calculate the performance for each aircraft.
This was designed purely as a private project to assist me with my flight simulation. I have not had access to the wealth of information that would be required to create a complete aircraft performance chart for each individual airfield, so use with care. The runway performance indicated only takes into account the runway lengths indicated, whereas in real life a lot of other factors, such as local terrain needs to be considered. Having said that it will assist in making informed decisions on safe take off and landing.
Once aircraft are fully released for MSFS then the existing specifications and weights will be amended to more closely match the weights and performance. More aircraft types will be added once the performance data is available.