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TRAINEE’S BOOKLET

(FCTP extracts)

This document must be used for training purposes only.

Under no circumstances should this document be used as a reference.

It will not be updated.

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DOCUMENTATION USER GUIDE

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The following documentation is given to you on the day of your arrival at the CBT room and will be used throughout the course.

Training documentation is not updated therefore FCOM remains the reference.

LAPTOP / DVD CONTENT

LAPTOP

(HARD DISK)

DVD1

Per Aircraft / Engine / Unit

(To be given)

DVD2

VIDEO BRIEFINGS

(To be given)

-FOA (Flight Ops Applications): FOCT (Flight Ops Consultation Tool) and Performance Applications

-WALK AROUND 3D

-AIRBUS TRAINING AIRPORT JEPPESEN CHARTS

-STANDARD TRANSITION COURSE (Footprint)

-CCQs TO A380

-FAM BRIEF A380 RR TO A380 EA

-FAM BRIEF A380 EA TO A380 RR

-COMPUTER BASED TRAINING (CBT)

-QUIZZ

-PROCEDURE DATA PACKAGE (PDP)

-BRIEFING GUIDES (BG)

-OIS AND PERFORMANCE COURSE

-CEET (CABIN EMERGENCY EXIT TRAINING)

-PRE-FANS

-FANS A

-TCAS II COURSE

-AIRBUS REFERENCE LANGUAGE (ARL)

-AIRBUS OPERATIONAL EXPERTISE

-FLIGHT OPERATIONS BRIEFING NOTES

-CFIT

-REJECTED TAKE OFF

-UPSET RECOVERY

-COCKPIT DOORS

PAPER

TRAINEE’S BOOKLET

(extract of FCTP:

Flight Crew Training Program)

CONTENT

-RELEVANT CREW COURSE

-BASE TRAINING SYLLABI

-Set of 4 coloured cockpit panels

TASK SHARING AND CALLOUTS

ACTION FLOWS

A380 JEPPESEN LEAFLET

-Extracts from FCOM SOP’s and FCTM STANDARD

CALLOUTS

-"PF and PNF action flows" from PDP/FCTM

-Airbus Training Airport, Lyon Airport, Paris Orly Airport charts

Extract of QRH

(Quick Reference Handbook)

-SMOKE and EVACUATION procedures

February 2009

The TRAINEE’S BOOKLET contains all phases of your course.

The volume explains the organizational and general objectives of the training course.

The Computer Based Training (CBT), the Maintenance and Flight Training Device (MFTD) and the Full Flight Simulator (FFS) phases are explained.

This volume will be a general guide for your activities during your stay at Airbus Training

Centre and is useful from day one.

PLANNED BRIEFING TIMES

1h00

SKILL 1h00

LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS

BASE TRAINING / ZFTT

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00.03 - LIST OF TEMPORARY REVISIONS

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01 - FOREWORD

The Flight Crew Training Program (FCTP) is the support documentation for Flight Crew instructors ONLY.

The FCTP is sent to each Customer Airline's Flight Operation Department and is updated via a "Revision Service".

The extract of FCTP dedicated to trainees is called “trainee’s booklet” : it includes the training session preparation and syllabi, with the relevant support documents (Airbus Training Airport

Jeppesen charts and cockpit panels).

02 - CONTENTS

The FCTP includes all the Flight Crew courses offered by the Airbus Training Centres.

Within each course the sessions are presented using the same format with :

- The takeoff data and session syllabus based on Airbus Airport

- The session preparation

- The session guide

03 - NORMAL REVISIONS

They are issued periodically to cover changes and / or to add new data.

One document added to each revision facilitates its incorporation :

• The "Reason for change" sheet : it lists the pages to be removed or inserted.

Normal revisions are recorded in the "List of Normal Revisions" section.

04 - TEMPORARY REVISIONS

They are printed on yellow paper and are issued when justifying urgent action between normal revisions.

Temporary revisions are recorded in the "List of Temporary Revisions" section.

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Chapter title

Section title

Chapter number - Section number - Page number

Aircraft code (i.e. E) - Course type number (i.e F2A)

1. Aircraft codes

B = A310

D = A300-600

E = A320

H = A321

J = A319

F = A340-300

C = A340-600

G = A330

L = A380

2. Course type number (refer to your FCTP’s TABLE OF CONTENTS )

NOTE : “F” means “Flight Crew courses” (while “M” means “Maintenance courses”)

Chapter number and course type number are the same.

Examples : - Chapter 02 is dedicated to the Transition course)

Revision number

Revision date

A revision bar in front of a line indicates that the line has been revised

A revision bar in front of the page number indicates that the whole page has been revised.

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CO MMENTS - Q UESTIO NS - SUG G ESTIO NS sheet.

By postm ail :

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Training and Flight O perations Support and Services

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Aircraft type :

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11.02 - FOUNDATION MODULE

11.03 - CORE MODULE

11.04 - TYPE SPECIFIC MODULE (INITIAL)

11.05 - AIRBORNE PHASE

11.06 - AIRBUS PILOT TRANSITION (APT) TRAINING

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01 - GENERAL

The objective of the Airbus Pilot Instructor Course is to train to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of a TRI (A) rating. The course is designed to give adequate training to the applicant in theoretical knowledge instruction, flight instruction and synthetic flight instruction in order to instruct for Airbus (see JAR-FCL 1.365).

The privileges of the holder of a TRI rating are to instruct license holders for the issue of a multi-pilot aero plane type rating, and the instruction required for multi-crew co-operation. The privileges of the holder of a SFI authorization (Synthetic Flight Instructor) are to carry out synthetic flight instruction for type ratings and the instruction required for multi-crew co-operation.

02 - PREREQUISITES

It is the responsibility of the airline :

• To select instructor candidates with the level of airmanship and behavior corresponding to the role and responsibility of an airline instructor.

Type Rating Instructor (TRI)

Type Rating Instructor (TRI) - Multi Pilot Aero planes (MPA) - (JAR-FCL 1.365)

Prior to undertaking the Airbus Pilot Instructor Course, an applicant for the initial issue of a

TRI (MPA) rating shall have:

1.Completed at least 1500 hours flight time as a pilot of multi-pilot aero planes;

2.Completed within the 12 months preceding the application at least 30 route sectors, to include take-offs and landings as pilot-in-command or co-pilot on the applicable aero plane type, or a similar type as agreed by the Authority, of which not more than 15 sectors may be completed in a flight simulator.

Synthetic Flight Instructor (SFI)

Prior to undertaking the Airbus Pilot Instructor Course, an applicant for the initial issue of an

SFI (MPA) authorization shall:

1. Hold or have held a professional flight crew license issued by a JAA Member State or a non JAR-FCL license acceptable to the Authority.

2. Have completed the simulator content of the applicable type-rating course at an approved TRTO

3. Have at least 1500 hours flying experience on multi pilot aero planes

4. Have passed a proficiency check in accordance with JAR-FCL 1.240.

5. Have completed within a period of 12 months at least three route sectors as an observer on the flight deck of the applicable type (1).

(1) The three route sectors may not be necessarily completed before the beginning of the Airbus Pilot Instructor Course and could be done after the full and successful completion of the

Airbus Pilot Instructor Course.

Initial Operating Experience (IOE) Instructor

The applicant should perform the Ground Phase (Core Course) of the Airbus Pilot Instructor

Course, and the FFS FIF session prior to deliver on line training.

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The applicant should perform the Ground Phase (Core Course) of the Airbus Pilot Instructor

Course prior to deliver training, and have completed the relevant System test.

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IOE

Foundation

2 days

Core course

5 days

FFS FIF

1 day

Initial TRI

Foundation

2 days

Core course

5 days

Initial Restricted TRI

Foundation

2 days

Core course

5 days

Initial SFI

Foundation

2 days

Core course

5 days

Ground

2 days

Ground

2 days

Ground

2 days

FFS sessions

6 sessions

Airborne

FFS FIF + Flight

2 days

FFS sessions

6 sessions

FFS sessions

6 sessions

FFS FIF

1 day

Airbus Pilot Transition Training

APT training

3 days

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04 - COURSE DOCUMENTATION

Trainees will be provided with the following support material:

• Trainee's booklet, including the course syllabus (FCTP)

• Instructor media DVD

• Trainee DVD 1

• Jeppesen charts (for type specific course, can be provided by customers)

• Core course materials will be given during the course

• Laptop including OIS applications

05 - CRITERIA OF PROFICIENCY a. FOUNDATION MODULE

At the end of the day 2, a written multiple choice examination will be completed.

The minimum level required, to be declared proficient, is never below 80%.

Unsatisfactory examination:

Trainee continues the course until the end of the core module.

A new satisfactory foundation module will be required before type specific module.

b. CORE COURSE

Three boxes are used to record the overall trainee's performance using "Trainee's record" file

(see next pages).

They are quoted "Satisfactory" or "Unsatisfactory".

c. TYPE SPECIFIC COURSE INITIAL

Three boxes are used to record the overall trainee's performance using "Trainee's record" file

(see next pages).

They are quoted "Satisfactory" or "Unsatisfactory".

The last FFS session is a check.

d. AIRBORNE PHASE

Refer to airborne chapter.

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The objective is to give to the instructor candidate some materials to teach areas relevant to trainee's usual weakness.

DAY 1

• Welcome, introduction

• Flight Crew Licensing

• Instrument Flight Rules

• Airbus cockpit Philosophy

09.30 - 10.10

10.10 - 10.40

10.50 - 12.10

13.30 - 16.00

DAY 2

• Performance review

• Introduction to APT*

• Normal operations

• Abnormal operations

• Test

09.00 - 11.15

11.30 - 12.30

13.15 - 14.15

14.15 - 15.15

15.30 - 17.00

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The objective is to develop the ability to train aviation based knowledge, skills and attitudes, including human factors.

The successful instructor trainee will have completed the first module of training towards achievement of a TRI (A) rating or SFI authorization.

By the end of the course instructor trainees will be able:

• To recognize the need for adequate subject knowledge.

• To learn how to make adequate preparation for the conduct of training.

• To develop their confidence to use different training techniques.

• To learn how to develop effective relationships with trainees.

• To clearly define the objectives of a training session.

• To understand trainees needs & how they want to be trained.

• To transfer information and key messages effectively and efficiently.

• To manage a training session appropriately.

• To understand the subject of human factors.

• To learn how to manage CRM issues on training sessions.

• To be able to manage difficult situations and people effectively.

• To assess a trainees performance against a defined standard.

• To recognize the importance of making adequate progress reports.

• To know how to continuously develop their own training skills.

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• Learning processes and styles

• Training experiences

• Elements of effective training

• Communication

DAY 3

• Briefing techniques

• Understanding human factors

• Crew resources management

DAY 5

• Report writing

• Exercices

• Closure

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01:00

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• Understanding behavior

• Managing behavior

• Training preparation

• Body language

DAY 4

• Exploring training techniques

• Questioning techniques

• Training exercices

• Receiving and giving criticism

01:30

01:30

01:30

01:30

01:30

01:30

01:00

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A. AIMS

The aim of the TRI (A) is to train to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of a TRI (A) rating. The course is designed to give adequate training to the applicant in theoretical knowledge instruction; flight instruction and synthetic flight instruction in order to instruct for the Airbus (see JAR-FCL 1.365).

B. PREREQUISITES

TRI Instructor – Multi Pilot Aeroplanes (MPA) (JAR-FCL 1.365)

Prior to undertaking the APIC Type Specific Module (Initial), an applicant for the initial issue of a TRI (MPA) rating shall have:

1. Completed at least 1500 hours flight time as a pilot of multi-pilot aeroplanes;

2. Completed within the 12 months preceding the application at least 30 route sectors, to include take-offs and landings as pilot-in-command or co-pilot on the applicable aeroplane type, or a similar type as agreed by the Authority, of which not more than

15 sectors may be completed in a flight simulator

3. Completed approved instructor Core Instructor Competencies (Teaching and

Learning) training.

SFI Instructor

Prior to undertaking the APIC Type Specific Module (Initial), an applicant for the initial issue of an SFI (MPA) Authorization shall :

1. Hold or have held a professional flight crew license

2. Have completed the simulator content of the applicable type-rating course at an approved TRTO

3. Have at least 1500 hours flying experience on multi pilot aeroplanes

4. Have passed a proficiency check in accordance with JAR-FCL 1.240

5. Have successfully completed approved Core Instructor Competencies (Teaching and

Learning) training

C. OBJECTIVES

The successful students will be able to:

• Operate a simulator, qualified and approved in accordance with JAR-STD 1A for the purpose of carrying out flight instruction.

• Carry out instruction for type rating on the Airbus , including the planning, briefing, training, assessment and de-briefing of type technical and non-technical skills.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be eligible for the issue of:

• Type Rating Instructor rating (multi-pilot aeroplane) (TRI(MPA))

The privileges of the holder of a TRI (MPA) rating are to instruct licence holders for the issue of a MPA type rating, and the instruction required for multi-crew co-operation

(see JAR–FCL 1.261(d), Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.261(d) and AMC FCL 1.261(d)).

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• Synthetic Flight Instructor

The privileges of the holder of an SFI (A) authorization are to carry out synthetic flight instruction for type rating, and the instruction required for multi-crew cooperation (see

JAR-FCL 1.261 (d), Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.261 (d) and AMC FCL 1.261 (d)).

Where indicated in the documentation a reference to TRI also includes SFI

For clarity and ease of reference, the following terminology will be used in the course documentation, and during the conduct of the course:

TRI TUTOR

TRI STUDENT

Trainee

TRI course tutor or tutor/s

TRI under training (TRI STUDENT A or B as necessary)

TRI tutor when performing the role of trainee

02 - COURSE PREPARATION

A. BACKGROUND

This course assumes that the TRI STUDENT has a high level of knowledge of aircraft systems and procedures.

The customer is responsible to ensure that the TRI STUDENT has the potential to complete the course successfully.

The course is intended for experienced pilots who have assimilated a high level of technical knowledge and been selected for training as TRI.

It is expected that TRI STUDENTS will spend time preparing for the course in advance.

The course is not intended to make good any shortfall in technical knowledge; those students who do not prepare are unlikely to succeed.

The function of the course is to introduce and practice the training skills appropriate to type transition and check/refresher training.

The course syllabus uses selected elements of exercises from a typical Type Rating Transition Course and sessions, to provide the environment for the development of instructional technique.

B. USE OF ROLE PLAY

TRI TUTORS will play the role of the trainee

It is assumed that this trainee will have assimilated the knowledge from a ground school course but will have had no exposure to the cockpit environment.

The trainee will operate from the appropriate pilot seat, with the non-operating TRI STUDENT occupying the vacant seat and performing in a competent manner.

The trainee will display a range of abilities and behaviours, consistent with the role adopted for the session. Errors observed by the TRI STUDENT should be analysed and corrected, concentrating on the underlying problems encountered by the trainee. The TRI STUDENT should concentrate on root error causes and deficiencies of technique and not simply offer advice to correct the error symptom.

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C. TRAINING TECHNIQUES

The skills required to deliver type transition and recurrent training include briefing, demonstration (handling), observation, objective analysis, facilitation, feedback and report writing. The primary training skills developed in the core instructor competencies (teaching and learning) course will be reinforced with practical examples.

The TRI STUDENT will be expected to prepare simulator briefing, during which the TRI

TUTOR will examine, selected topics relevant to the simulator session. The TRI STUDENT will then give a simulator session brief to the trainee. He or she is expected to use all relevant documentation (OIS applications).

TRI STUDENTS will be required to prepare lessons plans, adapting the information provided in the course session

During the sessions the TRI STUDENT will be required to demonstrate procedures and manoeuvres, to observe the trainee’s performance, to provide analysis/feedback and write a clear objective trainee’s report. The TRI TUTOR will provide technique training and feedback for the TRI STUDENT. The course makes extensive use of video recording and playback to maximise TRI STUDENT learning.

Successful completion of the final check will enable an application for TRI Rating (simulator only) to be made. The check is a confirmation that the TRI STUDENT has reached the required level of competence required for rating issue.

Upon successful completion of the course, a recommendation will be made to the customer that the TRI STUDENT can be issued with a TRI rating (simulator), subject to any national licensing authority requirements. Prior to exercising the privileges of this rating, Airbus will recommend a period of supervision for the successful TRI STUDENT. This period could be anything from the conduct of 1simulator session under supervision, to a complete transition course under supervision. The recommendation will be tailored to meet perceived individual

TRI STUDENT needs. It is not mandatory but recommended.

D. SUPPORT

TRI STUDENTS will be provided with the following support material:

1) Trainee Booklet including the course syllabus

2) All Instructor Media DVD

3) Trainee DVD 1

4) Selected relevant Airport Charts

5) Task sharing and callouts booklet

6) Extract of QRH

7) Course Schedule with relevant contact information

8) A laptop including OIS applications

Using this material, the TRI STUDENT will be expected to start preparing for the simulator exercises outlined in this syllabus.

The course can be fully customized, in which case items 4 and 6 will be provided by the customer

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Trainees

The 2 trainees will be role played by the TRI TUTOR/S. They will be:

Trainee A

Captain (tutor first name) Crusty

55 years old. 15,000 flying hours. 6,000 hours flying a B737 300/400/500 or equivalent

Trainee B

First Officer (tutor first name) Green

23 years old. 600 flying hours mainly single and light twin piston. No airline experience.

Completed ELT.

E. COURSE TIMETABLE & OVERVIEW

The first day involves facilitated discussions of training techniques in addition to the preparation of briefing material for the first simulator session. The TRI STUDENTS will be expected

to prepare a short 20-minute presentation on the following subject:

A review of one human factors related Airbus fly by wire accident

The next 6 days follow the format of 2 hours of briefing and classroom work for the 2 TRI STU-

DENTS (except for the final day 6 which has 3 hours), followed by a 4 hour full flight simulator

(FFS) session, and finishing with a one-hour de-briefing and re-briefing for the following day.

Each TRI STUDENT will in turn, deliver 30 minutes of briefings to the trainee. The main briefing topic should require 20 minutes coverage, with the other topic requiring 10 minutes.

The TRI TUTOR will analyse these briefings and provide feedback to the TRI STUDENT prior to the Sim session.

Each half of the Sim Session (1:30) will be a practical lesson based on these briefings. The

TRI STUDENT will plan the session and order of events as appropriate. The trainee will fly the session as briefed; it may be obvious that one or more of the items is causing significant problems to the trainee, necessitating a demonstration from the TRI STUDENT. The exercises are continued until either the trainee reaches a satisfactory standard, or the TRI TUTOR decides to terminate that particular item and to move on to the next.

On completion of the simulator exercise, TRI STUDENT will debrief the trainee, before writing handover notes. The TRI TUTOR will then debrief the TRI STUDENT.

For this TRI STUDENTS will be provided with fictitious trainee files.

The emphasis throughout will be on quality of instruction, the accuracy of analysis, and the relevance of any remedial action recommended by the TRI STUDENT, rather than amount of material covered.

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The list below covers the major items to be covered during each simulator session:

FFS 1

FFS 2

FFS 3

FFS 4

FFS 5

Cockpit preparation, taxi, normal takeoOff, climb

Descent and approach preparation, ILS approaches, go around, after landing to shutdown, autothrust logic, engagement and disengagement conditions

FBW Protections, visual pattern, crosswind takeoff and landing, sidestick logic, take over methods, windshear recovery

ECAM handling, non precision approaches, ground speed mini function, use of anti-ice systems, fuel leak procedure

Engine-out handling and demonstration, engine failure between V1 and V2, engine-out ILS and go around, relight, rejected takeoff

Two engine inop handling

Emergency descent, dual hydraulic failures, handling with abnormal slat/flap configuration

FFS 6 Final check including engine-out handling

F. SIMULATOR SEATING

There will be 2 TRI TUTORS for each day. The role-play will be split with one TRI TUTOR allocated to each trainee (A or B) The simulator sessions will be divided so that the TRI

TUTOR for the session occupies the PF seat, e.g.

Session FFS x

1A

1B

IOS

TRI STUDENT A

TRI STUDENT B

IOS supervision

TUTOR A

TUTOR B

PF

TUTOR B

TUTOR A

PNF

TRI STUDENT B

TRI STUDENT A

The TRI STUDENT conducting the session occupies the IOS.

The other TRI STUDENT occupies the PNF seat

Normally each TRI STUDENT will complete 3 consecutive sessions with one trainee (A OR B)

Normally the order of events for the TRI STUDENTS will reverse each day, e.g. for FFS 1, TRI

STUDENT A will brief first and act as the TRI for the first part of the session, and B for the second. On the following day TRI STUDENT B will brief first and act as TRI for the first part of the session, and so on.

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G. ASSESSMENT

TRI STUDENT progress will be continually assessed throughout the course, and he or she will only be presented for the Final Check if the Course TRI TUTOR is confident that the required standard will be achieved.

If there is doubt as about successful outcome of the course, the TRI STUDENT will be advised and any necessary remedial action discussed.

For the Final Check the TRI STUDENT will be asked to construct a simulator session and briefing based on one of the 4 Test Scenarii. The test will begin with a briefing for the exercises shown on the test scenario. The simulator exercise will last no longer than 1hour 30 minutes for each TRI STUDENT. This will be followed by analysis, assessment and feedback of the trainee’s performance, including recommendations for further training as appropriate.

03 - TYPE SPECIFIC MODULE (INITIAL) FOOTPRINT

DAY 1 (ground)

• Welcome - administrative

• Introduction

• Expectations from the course

• Accident presentation

• Normal procedures

• Briefing guidance

00:45

01:00

00:20

01:30

01:00

01:00

DAY 2 (ground)

• Review

• FFS1 briefings

• Abnormal procedures

• Simulator and simulator session

00:15

01:30

01:00

01:30

• Exercise 01:00

• Assessment and debriefing techniques 01:00

DAY 3

• Briefing

FFS 1 session

• Debriefing

DAY 5

• Briefing

FFS 3 session

• Debriefing

DAY 7

• Briefing

FFS 5 session

• Debriefing

02:00

04:00

01:00

02:00

04:00

01:00

02:00

04:00

01:00

DAY 4

• Briefing

FFS 2 session

• Debriefing

DAY 6

• Briefing

FFS 4 session

• Debriefing

DAY 8

• Briefing

FFS 6 session (check)

• Debriefing

02:00

04:00

01:00

02:00

04:00

01:00

02:00

04:00

01:00

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FFS 1

E

WEATHER

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Time

EVENTS

FLT NBR

FROM

A/L 101

LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

ACTIVE / INIT

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

CRZ FL

CI

FL 70

90

HD 15

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-7°C

36090

TRIP WIND

GW

385 t

847 000 lb

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 122 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 127

v

FLEX 58 VR 126

v FLEX 57

V2 133 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

0:50

1:20

INIT GATE A1

1 - FFS SAFETY

2 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - ENG START / AFTER START

4 - TAXI

5 - TAKE OFF

6 - CLIMB FL 120

7 - A/THR DEMO

8 - DES-STAR

9 - ILS APP

10 - LANDING

v v v v v v v v v v

INIT TAKE OFF

11 - TAKE OFF

12 - RADAR VECTORS

13 - ILS APPROACH

14 - GO AROUND

15 - ILS APPROACH

16 - LANDING

17 - AFTER LANDING

18 - TAXI

19 - PARKING

v v v v v v v v

1:50

E

Briefing Topics

TRI STUDENT B

Take off sequence and A/THR

TRI STUDENT A

ILS Approach and Go around

Note : Each TRI STUDENT will conduct the entire session plan.

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FFS 1 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Practice cockpit preparation (real environment).

• Introduction to aircraft handling characteristics.

• Use of A/THR.

• Practise ILS approach go around and landing.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Cockpit preparation using aircraft equipments in a real environment.

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• TAKE OFF

• USE OF A/THR

• ILS APPROACH

• GO AROUND

• LANDING

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

D. REFERENCES

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + Landing + ILS approach

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

- Normal Operations / Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb+ Descent Preparation +

Descent + Approach + ILS Approach + Go Around + After Landing + Parking + Standard

Callouts

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Ability to handle the aircraft in Normal Law.

• Ability to apply correct take off and landing techniques.

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FFS 1 SESSION GUIDE

DAY VISUAL (Select visibility 25 km)

Presentation of the IOS guide leaflet including Emergency Procedures

2

4

:

- Presentation of equipments that are not available in the MFTD

- Safety equipments (fire extinguishers, escape ropes, torch)

- Seat adjustment, lights

- Laptop installation

- Oxygen masks

- Audio : hand mike, headset, RMP, ACP, PTT

- Use of taxi camera, airport navigation

- First FFS handling characteristics review (NWS, taxi, brake check, flight control check, take off side stick position, rotation technique)

Reinforce frequency insertion procedure : 2 possibilities

1) Insert all the digit and enter : e.g. : 118.0 or

2) If you insert only 18 without validating it, the field is still active.

Explain the following risk : If the pilot wants to enter another frequency (eg : 135.0), and enters 35, the result will be 118.35 which is not expected.

:

Aircraft component location : use components visualization menu in the repositionning function page to display on visual : gears, engines, wing tips position.

9

:

Stabilized approach to allow the trainee to feel the aircraft configuration changes through his manual handling.

10,16 :

Reinforce flare technique before landing.

13,15 :

Decelerated approach.

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FFS 1 - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

COCKPIT PREPARATION

Detailed information on preparing the cockpit for departure is to be found in FCOM and in the

FCTM. For the first session, the trainees perform a preliminary and a complete cockpit preparation. Initially you can help your trainees when the configuration is incorrect but after a few sessions they should be able to do it themselves.

Try to focus your attention on the trainees and keep the IOS inputs as simple as possible

Create realism by ensuring the aircraft is at the gate, the cockpit is correctly set, doors are open.

Set the environment according to the session guide.

Try to simulate the normal sequence of events, e.g. fuel loading, pax boarding, doors closing, final load information.

Task sharing and areas of responsibility may need to be clear explanation. Encourage ensure good crew communication and crosschecking.

Listen to the briefing to make sure you understand what is said.

TAKE-OFF AND INITIAL CLIMB

Common error :

• Runway wasted during line-up and initial power setting.

• Aircraft held on the brakes during power application.

• Use of nosewheel steering tiller during take-off roll.

• Not starting the CHRONO.

• FMA callouts incomplete, late, or missed.

• FMA callouts not acknowledged.

• “Thrust set” call missed or made before parameters stabilised and checked.

• “Positive climb” call made without confirming on radio altimeter and VSI.

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Climb

Try not to freeze the simulator position, much better to give a sequence of vectors.Try to maintain your own situation awareness and the distance to the airport appropriate for a descent and approach without wasting time.

Descent And Approach

Arrival

Radar vectors should give the trainees some little time to settle down before making the

Approach. Final vectors should allow for a 30

° - 40° intercept heading. Encourage awareness of the TO WPT and flight plan sequence.

Typical briefing

1Start on time, room ready

2Remaining questions from the previous day

3Objectives of the session and expected performance

4Session DATA review:

Weather

Airport

Aircraft

5Performance DATA check: Flaps setting, speeds, Flex Temp…

6Session global review including key points review for each exercise

7Answer any questions on the exercises briefed

8Finish on time (10mn before session)

9Manage a break before entering the simulator

Typical debriefing

1Start debriefing after a short break

2Request trainees feelings

3Announce first if objectives are reached or not

4Point out positive items first. Be open-minded

5Review all exercises, give remedies, answer questions

6CRM Standards are to be taken into account

7Prepare next session, syllabus, documentation, next meeting time ffs1-additionalprep.fm

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FFS 2

E

WEATHER

33R 330/10 CAVOK 20/10 QNH 1010 QFE 981

Time

EVENTS

FLT NBR

FROM

A/L 102

LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

ACTIVE / INIT

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

CRZ FL

CI

FL 70

90

HD 15

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-7°C

36090

TRIP WIND

GW

385 t

847 000 lb

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 122 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 127

v

FLEX 58 VR 126

v FLEX 57

V2 133 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

1:00

INIT HOLDING POINT

1 - COCKPIT SETUP FOR TAKE OFF BY TRI

STUDENT

2 - TAKE OFF

3 - CLIMB FL 120

4 - DEMO NORMAL LAW AND

PROTECTIONS

5 - DES - STAR

6 - SIDESTICK PRIORITY (DEMO)

7 - ILS APPROACH

8 - LANDING

v v v v v v v v v v v v v

INIT TAKE OFF - WIND 050/20

9 - TAKE OFF - CROSSWIND

10 - VISUAL PATTERN (ILS ASSISTED)

11 - GO AROUND

12 - VISUAL PATTERN (ILS ASSISTED)

13 - LANDING - CROSSWIND

v v v v v v v v

1:20

INIT TAKE OFF - WIND 050/10

14 - TAKE OFF - REACTIVE WINDSHEAR

15 - VISUAL APPROACH (ILS ASSISTED) -

EXTEND DOWNWIND

16 - WINDSHEAR ON APPROACH

17 - GO AROUND

18 - VISUAL PATTERN

19 - LANDING

1:50

E

Briefing Topics

TRI STUDENT A

Long - FBW protections

Short - Reactive windshear recovery

TRI STUDENT B

Long - Visual pattern

Short - Crosswind take-off and landing

v v v v v v v v v v

Note : Each TRI STUDENT will conduct the entire session plan.

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FFS 2 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Introduction to “Normal Law” - Envelope protections.

• Practice visual pattern, go around and landing.

• Practice windshear.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• TAKEOFF

• ILS APP

• GO AROUND

• LANDING

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• NORMAL LAW - PROTECTIONS

• SIDE STICK PRIORITY

• VISUAL PATTERN

• WINDSHEAR

• CROSSWIND TAKEOFF AND LANDING

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

D. REFERENCES

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + Landing + Normal Law + Visual Pattern + Velocity Vector + Windshear

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Normal Law

- Aircraft systems / 27 - Flight Controls / Flight Control System / Normal Law

Protections

- Aircraft systems / 22 - 27 - Flight Envelope / Operating Speeds + Protections

Side stick priority and indications

- Aircraft systems / 27 - Flight Controls / Controls and Indicators / Side Sticks + Side Stick

Priority + Side Stick Indication on PFD

- Aircraft systems / 22 - AFS - Flight Guidance / Controls and Indicators / Sidestick

- Aircraft systems / 25 - Equipment / Cockpit / Cockpit Seats ffs2gd.fm

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03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Understanding of Normal Law protections and sidestick logic.

• Ability to handle the aircraft in Normal Law.

• Ability to apply correct windshear procedures.

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FFS 2 SESSION GUIDE

4 :

VV design

- Explain that whatever the size and the color, VV indicates always the same thing / the track (TRK) and the flight path angle (FPA).

- The message to be adressed about size and color is :

• Size means FD status

• small : FD ON follow FD

• big : FD OFF follow VV

• Color means

• black = HDG / VS

• green = TRK / FPA

Flight control law demonstration performed by each trainee:

AP OFF - FD ON - A/THR ON

- Level flight: Speed 280 kts

• Disconnect the A/THR: check that the standard procedure is applied

• Remove the FD, select TRK / FPA: explain relationship between Flight Path

Angle and pitch attitude

- Stability in pitch

• Level flight: Increase and decrease speed by 40 kts: explain stability in pitch

(auto trim)

• Repeat the same exercise using FPA ±3° keeping the same thrust setting

- Stability in roll

• Turn with 30° bank angle: explain roll stability and turn coordination

• Increase to 45° bank angle: stability is lost and need for side stick inputs to maintain bank angle and level flight

• Release the side stick: explain bank angle back to 33° and need for small back pressure to regain the altitude

Protections

Trainee 1 performs all the protections exercices in clean configuration.

Trainee 2 performs only the high angle of attack protection in landing configuration.

AP OFF - FD ON - A/THR OFF

- Roll: speed around 280 kts

• From the above ask the pilot to practice 45° bank angle turns

• Ask the pilot to increase bank angle to the maximum (67°)

• Emphasize that the max bank angle corresponds to the max G load (2.5 G), displayed on SD

- Pitch: speed around 280kts

• Apply progressively maximum full up side stick deflection

• Emphasize maximum pitch up to 30° reduced to 25° at low speed

• Alpha floor could engage due to high angle of attack protection

• Repeat the same demonstration for maximum full down side stick deflection

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7

14

16

:

- High speed: speed around 280kts

• Set a pitch down at 5° and release the side stick

• Observe pitch up demand at VMO+10 / MMO + .02

• Recover speed to 320kts and apply full forward side stick

• Mention that the speed can increase up to VD-10 / MD -.02M but pitch up demand still applies with maximum side stick deflection

• Apply maximum bank angle (limited to 45°)

• And then release the side stick to demonstrate spiral stability

- High angle of attack

Disconnect A/THR

• Reduce speed below VLS side stick free: demonstrate pitch down to maintain speed above alpha PROT

• Increase pitch attitude: explain that at

α

PROT the auto trim ceases

• Between

α

PROT and

α

MAX the

α

FLOOR engages: disconnect it

• Explain that with full back side stick aircraft reaches

α

MAX but does not stall

• Demonstrate the maximum bank angle

• Restore VAPP. and establish the aircraft on a 3° FPA in descent: ask the pilot to practice an emergency pull up (Maximum deflection in pitch and roll)

:

Decelerated approach.

:

Insert windshear after rotation.

:

Insert windshear on approach.

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WEATHER

33R 290/10 5000 M RA OVC 005 8/6 QNH 1003

QFE 974

FFS 3

Time

FLT NBR

FROM

A/L 103

LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

ACTIVE / INIT

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

CRZ FL

CI

FL 70

90

HD 15

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-7°C

36090

TRIP WIND

GW

385 t

847 000 lb

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

1:00

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND WET

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ON

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 122 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 126

v

FLEX 55

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

VR 126

v FLEX 55

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

EVENTS

1:30

INIT HOLDING POINT

1 - COCKPIT SETUP FOR TAKE OFF BY TRI

STUDENT

2 - TAKE OFF

3 - FLAP AUTO RETRACTION DEMO

4 - CLIMB FL 70

5 - ECAM DEMONSTRATION

6 - DES - STAR

7 - VOR DME APPROACH (FLS)

8 - GO AROUND FROM MDA

9 - VOR DME APPROACH (SELECTED)

10 - LANDING

v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v

INIT TAKE OFF

11 - TAKE OFF

12 - FUEL LEAK (FROM ENGINE)

13 - VOR DME APPROACH (FLS)

14 - LANDING

v v v v v v v v v v

INIT TAKE OFF

15 - TAKE OFF

16 - PACK 1 OVHT

17 - RADAR VECTORS

18 - LOC / FLS APPROACH

19 - LANDING

1:50

E

Briefing Topics

TRI STUDENT B

Long - Selected non-precision approach.

Short - ECAM handling process

TRI STUDENT A

Long - FLS approach

Short - Fuel leak procedure

v v v v v v v v v v v v

V1 TOGA V1 TOGA

Note : Each TRI STUDENT will conduct the entire session plan.

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FFS 3 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Practice Non Precision Approaches.

• Practice ECAM handling.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• TAKEOFF

• CLIMB

• GO AROUND

• LANDING

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• NON PRECISION APPROACHES

• ECAM HANDLING

• FUEL LEAK

• PACK OVHT

C. SUPPORT / REFERENCES :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Apply good crew coordination and task sharing.

• Proper use of automation.

• Non precision approaches understanding.

• Proper ECAM handling ffs3gd.fm

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FFS 3 SESSION GUIDE

3

5

9

12

:

When conf 1+F, ask to the trainees to maintain configuration until observing autoretraction at 212 kts and charge on PFD 1+F to 1.

:

ECAM system philosophy review and introduction of management

The instructor leads the demo by following this scenario :

Insert N1 vibration on ENG 1

(Advisory) use of FCOM to look for

ECAM advisory

Insert BW STEER FAULT (level 1)

Insert ELEC BAT 1 FAULT (level 2-Master Caution + SC)

Insert HYD G RSVR LEVEL LO (level 2-Master Caution + SC)

Insert ENGINE 1 FIRE (level 3-Master Warning + CRC)

Insert LEFT MAIN AVIONICS SMOKE (level 3 - Master Warning + CRC)

After each failure insertion, instructor highlights on EWD and PFD

- Priority between alerts in a same level

- Priority between alerts in different levels

- Priority between limitations on PFD

- Memos on PFD

- Deferred procedure and limitations : Approach deferred proc is inserted chronologically before approach check list, because the deferred actions to perform can modifiy the STATUS and the briefing. Consequently, the approach C/L which refer to STS and briefing is the last protection about aircraft status awareness.

- STATUS

Dot not perform any ECAM actions.

Restore.

Activate the not sensed L/G LDG with Abnormal WING & BODY L/Gs : Explain that there are few procedures whose management is different. Those PROC are displayed until the landing, disregarding normal C/L.

ECAM system management : Insert ENG 1 FIRE and perform ECAM actions.

Restore

:

On the IOS, insert GPS PRIMARY LOST to get F-APP + RAW. Then on the position monitor MFD page, insert RNP less than EPU to get NAV ACCU LOW and FLS: raw only

:

Insert a fuel leak of 1000 kg/min on FEED TANK 1 to trigger “FUEL LEAK

DETECTED” (consider leak from engine) which takes around 3 minutes. On IOS do not clear malfunction but select a leak of 0 kg/min.

After analyse and engine shutdown, consider leak stopped.

Consequently engine is kept shutdown.

For information:

- A fast fuel leak is detected for 2T lost in 30 min.

- A slow fuel leak is detected for 8T lost from the beginning of the flight.

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COMMON ERRORS – NON-PRECISION APPROACHES

- Raw data information not monitored closely throughout approach.

- NAV accuracy not confirmed or checked.

- TO waypoint validity not checked on ND

- Navigation aids not manually tuned and course not inserted.

- Confusion over use of FD and appropriate modes

- VAPP not stabilized at FAF.

- Incomplete or rushed briefing.

- Aircraft descent preparation late.

- Go around altitude set incorrectly.

- Going below MDA during a Missed Approach.

COMMON ERRORS – ECAM HANDLING

- Clearing action without crosscheck.

- STATUS page reviewed at the wrong time.

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STUDENT

2 - TAKE OFF

„ 3 - ENGINE OUT FAMILIARIZATION

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GW

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65 t

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5 - ENG RELIGHT

INIT TAKE OFF

„ 6 - TAKE OFF - ENGINE FAIL AT V2

7 - ILS APPROACH - ONE ENG OUT

8 - GO AROUND

„ 9 - ILS APPROACH - TWO ENG OUT

10 - LANDING - TWO ENG OUT

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 122 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 126

v

FLEX 59 VR 126

v FLEX 58

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INIT TAKE OFF

„

11 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

Briefing Topics

TRI STUDENT A

Long - Engine failure between V1 and V2

Short - Rejected Takeoff

TRI STUDENT B

Long - 2 engines out approach

Short - Emergency evacuation

v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v

V2 133 DERATED V2 132 DERATED

Note : Each TRI STUDENT will conduct the entire session plan.

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ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

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FFS 4 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Engine-out ILS approach and go around - manually flown

• Rejected Takeoff - EMER EVAC

• Practice two engines inop landing

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Takeoff

• ECAM management

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• Engine failure after V1

• Engine relight

• 2 engines inop approach and landing

C. SUPPORT / REFERENCES :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Ability to perform a take off with one ENG OUT.

• Ability to perform rejected Takeoff and EMER EVAC.

• Ability to perform approaches with one and two engines inop.

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3

4

6

9

11

:

Freeze POS and ALT at 500 ft after take off.

SRS commands satisfied, wings level, side stick released, feet off rudder pedals.

Select F/CTL page. Select IDLE thrust on one engine.

Adjust pitch attitude to that required by SRS (the current speed or V2, whichever is greater up to V2 + 15 kt).

Hands off: observe response of FBW system. Stabilized bank angle 7~9°, spoilers and ailerons deployed, rudder pedals feedback, flying the pitch as adjusted before.Sideslip index is blue now and displays the BETA TARGET.

Fly the aircraft. Use continuous rudder input to center the BETA TARGET.

Trim out the foot load and observe the flight controls status on F/CTL page.

Repeat up to proficiency.

:

Engine fail with no damage, until acceptable proficiency, if not, TRI STUDENT demonstration

:

Engine fail with damage.

:

On downwind, fail 2nd engine on same wing.

:

Insert engine flame out at 110 kt (TRI STUDENT A).

Insert unextinguishable engine fire at 110 kt (TRI STUDENT B).

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ENGINE FAILURE OR FIRE AFTER V1

Do not hesitate to freeze the simulator if an unsafe situation develops during training, and demonstrate if needed.

Common Errors:

- Over rotation on take off leading to speed below V2.

- FMA changes not announced.

- ß Target not fully centred.

- Not trimming the rudder.

- ECAM non-reversible actions carried out without proper crew confirmation.

- Missed Approach procedure or ATC instructions not accurately followed.

- Poor maintenance and monitoring of required track.

- Lack of task sharing discipline during manual flight (FCU actions).

- Not rotating to correct pitch attitude on go-around.

- Not aware of MSA.

REJECTED TAKE-OFF

Common Errors:

- Disarming of auto brake due to instinctive manual braking.

- ATC and / or Cabin crew not informed.

- Reversers remain engaged after aircraft stop.

- Omitting to set parking brake on.

- Inability to use mechanical seat controls once the aircraft no longer has a source of AC power.

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FOB

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1:20

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 122 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 125

v

FLEX 57

V2 132 DERATED

VR

V2

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v FLEX 57

DERATED

EVENTS

INIT HOLDING POINT

1 - COCKPIT SETUP FOR TAKE OFF BY TRI

STUDENT

2 - TAKE OFF

3 - DOWNWIND - BUSS DEMO

4 - LANDING DIRECT LAW

v v

INIT FL 350

5 - EMERGENCY DESCENT - EXCESSIVE

CAB ALT - RESTORE

6 - HYD G+Y SYS PRESS LO

7 - ILS APPROACH

8 - LANDING ALTN LAW

v v v v v v v

INIT TAKE OFF

v

9 - TAKE OFF

10 - FLAPS LOCKED BY WTB DURING

RETRACTION

11 - LANDING WITH FLAPS LOCKED

v v

1:50

E

Briefing Topics

TRI STUDENT B

Long - Emergency descent (structural damage)

Short - Approach and Landing with flaps locked

TRI STUDENT A

Long - HYD G + Y SYS PRESS LO

Short - Emergency descent (no structural damage)

Note : Each TRI STUDENT will conduct the entire session plan.

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

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V2

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FFS 5 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Practice Emergency Descent

• Practice dual hydraulic failure event

• Practice SLATS / FLAPS malfunction techniques

• Practice BUSS

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• NIL.

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• Emergency descent

• HYD G + Y SYS PRESS LO

• Landing with flaps locked

• BUSS DEMO

C. SUPPORT / REFERENCES :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Ability to perform Emergency Descent

• Ability to perform Dual Hyd Failure procedure and landing with no flaps

• Ability to handle the aircraft with no flaps or no slats for landing

• Ability to land in direct law

• 02.04

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FFS 5 SESSION GUIDE

3

5

6

10

:

Set 3 ADR OFF for BUSS demo. Explain that the lower part of the green band is the target to fly before extending S/F configuration. The higher part is the target to retract.

When configurated, target to fly is the middle of the green band.

:

Clearance: proceed direct to MOU. Insert CAB PRESS EXCESS CAB ALT. Repeat

EMERGENCY DESCENT to proficiency.

:

insert HYD G + Y RSVR LEVEL LO.

:

At flaps retraction between 1 and 0, insert a flaps locked by WTB.

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FFS 5 - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

EMERGENCY DESCENT

First repos to FL350 and run through the procedure without inserting a malfunction.

Next, repos and insert a malfunction. Allow the trainee to perform this several times if necessary to consolidate the procedure.

Finally insert a failure and allow the trainees to fly the whole descent using oxygen masks to

FL100.

FLAP AND SLAT MALFUNCTIONS

There are normally four ways to simulate slats or flaps failures :

1. No hydraulic pressure to move FLAPS.

2. No electrical signal to give the order to move.

3. Asymmetric movement so locked by the Wing Tip Brake.

4. Flap handle inoperative.

Normally, insert FLAPS or SLATS LOCKED BY WTB.

COMMON ERRORS

- Rushing procedure.

- Starting approach before completing all procedures.

- Rough handling.

- Use of managed speed on final approach.

- Go around procedure not briefed.

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CRZ FL

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90

HD 15

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TROPO

-7°C

36090

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GW

385 t

847 000 lb

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

TOGA

FLEX

V1

VR

TOGA

FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 DERATED

FLAPS THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

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FFS 6 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Engine failure between V1 and V2.

• Engine-out ILS approach and go around - manually flown.

• Determined by the TRI (E).

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• NIL.

B. NEW EXERCISES :

C. SUPPORT / REFERENCES :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Control of the aircraft after engine failure to standard for Skill Test.

• Engine out handling, ILS and Go Around to standard for Skill Test.

• As determined by the TRI (E).

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FFS 6 SESSION GUIDE

• TEST ITEMS AS BRIEFED BY THE TRI EXAMINER.

• Items will be specifically allocated by the TRI (E) but will include the following (mandatory)

- ENGINE OUT HANDLING either :

• ENGINE FAILURE BETWEEN V1 AND V2,

OR

• ENGINE-OUT ILS APPROACH AND GO AROUND (MANUALLY FLOWN).

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FFS 6 - TEST SESSION

TEST ITEMS

SCENARIO 1

- Engine failure after V1

- Managed non precision approach (FLS)

- High speed protections

- Go around 1 engine out

SCENARIO 2

- Engine failure after V1

- ILS approach one engine out & GA

- Dual Hydraulic system failure

- Low speed protections

SCENARIO 3

- Engine failure after V1

- Non precision approach (FLS) & GA

- RTO and evacuation procedures

- Buss demo

SCENARIO 4

- Engine failure after V1

- ILS raw data approach to minima and GA

- Flaps failure during extension, including landing in abnormal configuration

- RTO & evacuation ffs6-additionalprep.fm

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TRI FINAL TEST / TRI SIMULATOR TEST

Brief For Final Assessment

- Each TRI STUDENT briefs his allocated session.

Conduct Final Assessment Session

- TRI STUDENT A conducts the first part of the session (1H30), TRI STUDENT B the second part.

De-Brief

- TRI STUDENT A de-briefs the trainee in isolation from TRI STUDENT B,

- TRI STUDENT B then de-briefs,

- TRI STUDENTS make their assessment as to whether the trainee is suitable for the next phase of training and write short handover notes.

TRI Examiner De-Brief And Final Assessment

- The TRI Examiner will de-brief the TRI STUDENTS and give his final assessment,

- (H = START TIME OF SIM),

- A 4-hour session will be planned for two TRI STUDENTS,

- H - 2:00: TRI Examiner briefs students,

- H - 1.45: Briefing for final assessment session.

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01 - TRAINING FOOTPRINT

This phase MUST be performed on the simulator and aircraft the TRI will be qualified (A380).

DAY 1

FFS FIF

DAY 2

FLIGHT FIF

- Right hand seat familiarisation (PF)

- Base training practice (PNF)

- Typical students reactions

Briefing / Debriefing

FFS session (per trainee)

- Right hand seat familiarisation (PF)

- Base training practice (PNF)

3:00

3:00

(1)

Briefing / Debriefing

Flight (per trainee)

3:00

0:45

(1)

1:30 per trainee

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-

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AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID 1B)

PAX NUMBER : 100

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v

FLEX VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

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TOGA

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DERATED

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- FFS FIF -

PART A : Operation of the aircraft

AS A PILOT (PF)

from the right hand seat

1 - TRANSIT COCKPIT PREPARATION

2 - ENGINE START

3 - TAKE-OFF

4 - VISUAL PATTERN

5 - ILS / VISUAL APPROACH

6 - TOUCH AND GO / CONTINUE TO PROFICIENCY

7 - IMC TAKE OFF - EFTO

8 - RADAR VECTORS TO ILS APP. MAN FLIGHT

9 - 1 ENGINE OUT GO AROUND FROM ILS MINIMA

10 - 1 ENGINE OUT VISUAL APPROACH

11 - FULL STOP LANDING

PART B : Operation of the aircraft

AS AN INSTRUCTOR (PNF)

from the right hand seat

• The FFS is treated in with respect to real aircraft being used for base training; i.e. engine failures

are simulatedby setting the thrust lever to idle stop.

• This part is flown with the supervisor instructor playing the student in order to expose the

instructor candidate to typical trainee reactions and problems (error recovery)

CIRCUITS AND APPROACHES PERFORMED UNTIL SATISFACTORY STANDARD IS REACHED

12 - TAKE-OFF

13 - VISUAL PATTERN

14 - ILS / VISUAL APPROACH

15 - TOUCH AND GO - GO AROUND

INCLUDING :

NORMAL OPERATIONS :

- TAKE-OFF CONFIG WARNING

- OVERCONTROLLING DOWNWIND

- NO RETARD

- HIGH FLARE - LONG FLOAT

- FLAP 3 (GPWS)

- LONG FLARE

- IMMEDIATE GO FROM TOUCH

- TOO HIGH ON APPROACH - NO FLARE

- LANDING GEAR FORGOTTEN

- MISUSE OF RUDDER

- OVERCONTROL IN ROLL DURING FLARE

- INCAPACITATION

ENGINE OUT OPERATIONS :

- WRONG RUDDER INPUTS

- MISHANDLED FLARE

- FAILURE OF OPERATING ENGINE

- FULL STOP LANDING

= mandatory items

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FFS FIF SESSION GUIDE

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVES

This module is designed to :

• provide familiarisation with the operation of the aircraft from the right hand seat with limited assistance from the trainee

• familiarise the instructor candidate with the specific techniques of conducting base training, and to expose him to typical trainee reactions and problems

02 - TRAINING TOPICS

A. BRIEFING

As much as possible, the FFS will be treated as the real aircraft being used for base training i. e. engine failures are simulated by retarding the respective thrust lever.

Ensuing drills will generally be touch drills.

Of course, genuine failures might occur during training flights. Examples of these will be introduced using the full capabilities of the simulator and handled using the necessary drills and check-list procedures.

In the event of a genuine failure, the action must be made clear during the first take-off briefing i. e. TRI student will assume control of the aircraft clearly calling "I have control" and expecting the response from the TUTOR acting as trainee "You have control".

The failure then would be handled using the appropriate abnormal/emergency procedures.

a. General right hand seat familiarization demonstration practice

Normal preparation, explanation of seat controls, adjustments, use of red and white balls to have optimum visual references during low minima approach.

b. Use of FMS

Refer to FCTP Base Training chapter : “

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING BRIEFING

” section.

c. Touch and go

Refer to FCTP Base Training chapter : “

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING BRIEFING

” section.

d. Late final descent clearance

Refer to FCTP Base Training chapter : “

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING BRIEFING

” section.

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03 - TRAINING TOPICS (END)

e. Error recovery

During this part the TUTOR will behave as a trainee and introduce common trainee problems and reactions. The TRI student, while noticing the error, should not simply highlight the solution but try to analyse the possible reasons behind it.

The TRI student should be aware of the trainee receptive state when pointing out errors.

It could be better to fly the aircraft or use the AP while summarizing a problem so that the trainee does not have to divide his attention trying to listen and to fly at the same time. If small errors increase progressively during a session he has to recognize the level of stress early enough by removing all pressures to prevent trainee's depression.

f. Instructor take over

Refer to FCTP Base Training chapter : “

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING BRIEFING

” section.

• The TRI student must be able to recognize situations when take over becomes necessary.

• In that case, and to avoid side stick interference (dual input) the instinctive disconnect p/b shall be used.

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Minimum flight time : 0h45 / trainee

LH SEAT

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RH SEAT

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DAY GA TG FS NIGHT GA TG FS

Flight time :

Weather :

Flight time :

Malfunctions :

NOTE : each exercise will be performed until satisfactory standard is reached.

Right Hand Seat familiarization (Pilot Flying)

1 - TAKE-OFF

2 - VISUAL CIRCUIT (OR INSTRUMENT / RADAR PATTERN ACCORDING TO LOCAL CONDITIONS)

3 - TOUCH AND GO

4 - REPORT DOWNWIND

Base Training practice (Pilot Non Flying)

5 - FROM DOWNWIND

6 - VISUAL CIRCUIT (OR INSTRUMENT / RADAR PATTERN ACCORDING TO LOCAL CONDITIONS)

7 - TOUCH AND GO

8 - VISUAL CIRCUIT (OR INSTRUMENT / RADAR PATTERN ACCORDING TO LOCAL CONDITIONS)

9 - SIMULATED ENGINE FAILURE IN DOWNWIND

10 - 1 ENGINE SIMULATED INOPERATIVE FULL STOP LANDING

11 - TAKE OFF - SIMULATED ENGINE FAILURE (AFTER GEAR RETRACTION AND NOT BEFORE 400’)

12 - INSTRUMENT APPROACH TO REQUIRE MINIMUM DH, MANUAL ONE ENGINE SIMULATED

INOPERATIVE

13 - 1 ENGINE SIMULATED INOPERATIVE GO AROUND FROM REQUIRED DH APPROACH

14 - INCAPACITATION OF LEFT HAND SEAT PILOT

VISUAL CIRCUIT (OR INSTRUMENT/RADAR PATTERN ACCORDING TO LOCAL CONDITIONS)

15 - INSTRUCTOR CANDIDATE TAKE OVER

1 ENGINE SIMULATED INOPERATIVE FULL STOP LANDING

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVES

This module is designed to put the instructor candidate at ease when operating real aircraft for base training.

Safety is the top priority of this session. All the potential dangerous situations coming from trainee’s wrong reactions or problems have been practised in the simulator. Therefore the supervisor instructor playing the trainee will act as a “good” trainee.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS

A. APPLICABLE REQUIREMENTS :

The base training flight has to be conducted in accordance with the relevant

Operation Manual 8.7 Operating procedures, Non Revenue Flight.

B. BRIEFING (1:00)

(Refer to FCTP Base Training chapter : “

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING BRIEFING

”)

• The supervisor performs the normal briefing for the training flight, giving special emphasis to the safety during the flight.

He will train up to proficiency.

Before the flight, it is important to ensure that when the control is handled from one pilot to the other it is handled over clearly and unambiguously (I have control / You have control) and the instinctive disconnect p/b is used.

Also the actions in the event of instructor incapacitation should be covered i.e. declare an emergency and prepare aircraft for an automatic approach and landing (if applicable).

1. During side step manoeuvre with very crisp roll control a possible overcontrol during this exercise can be anticipated.

CAUTION : Some civil aviation Authorities have defined a minimum height for such a

manoeuvre.

2. Go around from 50 ft :

Similar to a normal go around but taken during the flare.

- Apply power while rotating to arrest the sink rate, call for "Go around flaps".

The main gear may touch the ground during the manoeuvre.

- Check positive climb before retracting gear.

3. Immediate go from touch

When landing roll continuation is not possible.

- Select TOGA

- Maintain configuration (ignore take-off config warning)

- Rotate to 10° pitch and maintain until safely airborne

- When above VLS, retract flaps to conf 3 and continue with normal procedure.

• The TRI student performs the visual circuit and the touch and go briefing.

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02 - TRAINING TOPICS (END)

C. FLIGHT

The airplane shall be operated :

• in compliance with the relevant Flight Operating Manual

(in particular : Chapter 8.7 Non Revenue Flight)

• in compliance with technical and training policy contained in the FCTP Base Training chapter : “

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING BRIEFING

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01 - GENERAL

The objective of the course is to deliver the latest Airbus Pilot Transition (APT) course.

02 - TRAINING FOOTPRINT

DAY 1

• APT presentation

• APT welcome briefing

• APT documentation

• MFTD sessions review

• FFS syllabus review

DAY 3

• APPI module

• Procedure Data Package study

• Briefing guides, laptop, medias

• Closure

DAY 2

• MFTD demonstration

• Use of materials

• MFTD training sessions study

• MFTD self study

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DAY 1:

• APT presentation: PPT to present the general philosophy and training philosophy of the course.

• APT Welcome briefing used to present the APT course, including general presentation, footprint, documentation and the daily program.

• APT Documentation: show and study the content of a trainee documentation bag for a standard course:

- Trainee’s booklet.

- DVDs content (trainees DVD 1, DVD 2 and instructor media DVD).

- Task sharing and callouts booklet.

- Action flows booklet.

- A380 Jeppesen Leaflet.

- QRH Leaflet.

- Laptop: OIS presentation.

LFZZ: Presentation of Jeppesen charts to be used during training.

FCTP: guided lecture of standard course introduction, including generalities, grade sheets, footprint, ground phase, CBT program, MFTD sessions and Handling phase.

DAY 2:

• MFTD: demonstration of all possibilities, including shaded area of touch screen, CBT mode, schematics if available, tutorials (PDP), and IOS familiarization.

• PDP demonstration with "use of tutorial" and study, then practice as trainee and instructor alternatively, using parts of appropriate lesson plans from ground phase, normal and abnormal.

• MFTD sessions: Practice as trainer and trainee.

• MFTD: Monitored self-practice of IOS and PDP.

DAY 3:

• APPI: presentation of APPI, including the objectives of APPI, as "making the risk visible", the user guide study and answering any potential questions.

• PDP: guided self-study for reinforcement of knowledge, with simulated trainees' questions.

• Briefing guides: review all of them following the syllabus, only mention the additional ones, no study required for APT.

• Laptop: menu of trainee’s laptop.

• Closure: Questions before being an APT instructor, and feedback if any.

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