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CI DES = CI CLIMB

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Found an issue today.
Doing a short leg and preparing the arrival during the climb.

Change in CI during the descend in the CDU results in a change of CI during the climb also. 

Just to let y'all know.

Regards, T

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Have been reading my post again and to clarify

The bus was climbing with ci 50 and i went into the descend page and entered there the ci to 30.

Suddenly the bus climbed like an F16. I checked the speed and the bus was way faster than selected. 

I changed the CI (in the descend page) again and the nose went down. After some investigation, I found out, that the CI on the climb page changed accordingly the CI on the descend page,

I did not check the if en route CI changed also. 

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This is fully normal. Airbus only knows one CI. Is this with a Boeing different? Been too long since I flew the 734. ;)

 

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Well, 
i tried this in a real world sim and I could choose btwn a climb, enroute and descend path & speed.
So i think you should take a look,

But it could be also company related. Im not a pilot.......

But I have the AOE enroute at the moment and I will acars them and ask ;)

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Ik, got an answer from the flight

ALS JE DE CI AANPAST DAN
GELDT DIT VOOR ALLE FASE
S. STEL JE CLIMB CI IN
DAN PAST DE CRZ/DES
AUTO AAN. WE KENNEN DUS
INDERDAAD MAAR EEN CI.
JE KAN WEL GESELECTEERDE
SNELHEDEN INDIVIDUEEL
AANPASSEN. HOOP DAT DIT
HET VRAAGSTUK OPLOST.
GR 

So you where right and this is normal system behavior 
Issu is solved and can be closed.
Tx

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On 8/11/2018 at 4:19 PM, Frank Docter said:

This is fully normal. Airbus only knows one CI. Is this with a Boeing different? Been too long since I flew the 734. ;)

 

 

Nope, mine does the same. If you want to change the CI during flight you need to go to the PERF INIT and change it there. Obviously that will change it for all phases of flight.

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