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(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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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

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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

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BASE TRAINING / ZFTT

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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 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

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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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02.01 - INTRODUCTION

02.02 - TRAINING FOOTPRINT

02.03 - GROUND PHASE

MFTD A (COCKPIT AND SYSTEMS PRESENTATION)..........1

MFTD B (FMS)..........................................................................3

MFTD C (FMS) .........................................................................5

MFTD D (SYSTEMS REVIEW).................................................7

MFTD 1 (SOP) ..........................................................................9

MFTD 2 (SOP) ..........................................................................11

MFTD 3 (SOP) ..........................................................................13

MFTD 4 (SOP) ..........................................................................15

MFTD 5 (Failures) ....................................................................17

MFTD 6 (Failures).....................................................................19

MFTD 7 (Progress Check) ........................................................21

02.04 - HANDLING PHASE

FFS 1 ........................................................................................1

FFS HUD FAMILIARIZATION (HUD OPTION) .........................See LF35

FFS 2 ........................................................................................3

FFS 3 ........................................................................................5

FFS 4 ........................................................................................7

FFS 5 ........................................................................................9

FFS 6 ........................................................................................11

FFS 7 ........................................................................................13

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01 - GENERAL

A. PHILOSOPHY OF THE COURSES

The Flight Crew Transition Courses are based on the following three principles :

• Systematic approach to instruction,

• Learning by doing,

• Training to proficiency.

a. Systematic approach to instruction :

The task of training must be considered as a whole and an instruction system must be defined to achieve the training objectives. These objectives are determined by a task analysis. Methods and means necessary to implement the instruction system are chosen for their qualities and adaptability to the objectives.

b. Learning by doing :

Practical systems training is progressively introduced with the implementation of the

Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), crew concept and task sharing in a close to real environment using the MFTD (Maintenance and Flight Training Device) functionality.

c. Training to proficiency :

At the end of the training program, the crew must be able of carrying out their tasks safely and efficiently, in accordance with the training objectives. Therefore, it is not possible to permit a trainee to move up from one phase to the next until he has acquired the skills necessary to complete the objectives.

NOTE : CRM (Crew Resource Management) is fully integrated in the Type Rating courses.

B. PREREQUISITES

(Defined by clause 16 in aircraft purchase contract.)

In order to ensure consistent proficiency at the end of the course, minimum experience is required for entry. The prerequisites listed below are the minimum requirements specified for Airbus Training.

The entry level prerequisites for the Type Rating courses are mandatory. If pilots do not meet these prerequisites, Airbus Training may provide ELT (Entry Level Training approved by Airbus Training) at Customer's request.

If the appropriate regulatory agency and/or specific airline policy demands greater or additional requirements, they will also apply as prerequisites.

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a. Captain Prerequisites

Previously qualified on JAR / FAR 25 turbojet aircraft equipped with glass cockpit technology including FMS and commercial operations.

• Valid and current ATPL,

• Previous command experience,

• Jet experience,

• Fluent in English

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,

• Flight time :

- 1 500 hours as pilot,

- 1 000 hours on JAR / FAR 25 aircraft,

- 200 hours experience as airline, corporate or military transport pilot.

If prerequisites are not fulfilled, the trainee’s file will be studied on a case by case basis, and a training proposal will be given by Airbus Training.

b. First Officer Prerequisites :

Previously qualified on JAR / FAR 25 turbojet aircraft equipped with glass cockpit technology including FMS and commercial operations.

• Valid and current CPL with IR

• Jet experience

• Fluent in English

1

,

• Flight time :

- 500 hours as pilot

- 300 hours on JAR/FAR 25 aircraft

- 200 hours experience as airline, corporate or military transport pilot.

If prerequisites are not fulfilled, the trainee’s file will be studied on a case by case basis, and a training proposal will be given by Airbus Training.

Note: According to AMC FCL 1.261(c)

For multi-pilot aeroplanes where the student pilot (captain and first officer) has more than 500 hours MPA experience in aeroplanes of similar size and performance, Base

Training should include at least 4 landings of which at least one should be a full stop landing.

In all other cases the student should complete at least 6 landings.

C. REGULATION REFERENCES

The course and skill test have been designed taking into account the following regulation references.

- ICAO - Annex 1 Personnel licensing

- French DGAC - Arrêté du 29 mars 1999 (FCL 1) modifié relatif aux licences et

qualifications de membre d’équipage de conduite avion

- JAR-FCL1

- FAR 121

- FAR 142

1. When the Trainee does not speak English or is not fluent enough to follow our Standard course he will follow the Language Adapted course (specific language adaptation).

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02 - TRANSITION COURSES AND FAMILIARIZATION COURSE DESCRIPTION

A. TRANSITION COURSES

• The Standard transition course is the basic transition course

The HUD OPTION includes CBT that must be completed prior to the HUD

Familiarization FFS session (after FFS 1 of standard transition course).

FFS 2 to FFS 7, LVO and Skill Test are then conducted with the HUD deployed.

• The Language Adapted course is designed from the Standard course and consists of :

- Projected CBT with an instructor,

- Extra MFTD (Maintenance & Flight Training Device) and simulator sessions

(spare sessions). TBD

NOTE : Transition courses are performed on the base aircraft.

B. FAMILIARIZATION COURSE

Same Type Rating permits the carry-over of total credit for crew qualifying from one variant of aircraft type to another, based on common cockpit and flight characteristics.

It allows pilots to get a single type rating to fly all the variants of a same aircraft family, provided they performed the relevant Familiarization Course :

A380-800 RR to EA Familiarization Briefing

A380-800 EA to RR Familiarization Briefing

)

1:00 of CBT (ATA 70)

)

1:00 of CBT (ATA 70)

Familiarization course is self-study training.

This self-study training shall be completed before base training (if applicable).

The level of knowledge will be assessed during the briefing.

03 - COURSE ORGANISATION

A. DESCRIPTION

The instruction concept applied by Airbus uses a program divided into phases.

Airbus Airport is used for most of the sessions.

a. Ground phase

• Welcome briefing (day 0) : general introduction presenting :

- Airbus Training Center

- Course description

- Airbus electronic documentation

• Airbus Procedure Pilots Interactions (APPI) module :

This presentation is given on day 6 and explains that a safe and efficient flight can be achieved by a good interaction between aircraft cockpit, procedures and pilots.

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The content is :

I. Airbus cockpit philosophy

II. Airbus procedures

III. Pilots : identifiy and understand some human behaviours (individual and collective) that are likely to induce risk in operational situation.

IV. Aircrat cockpit, Procedures, Pilots Interactions : illustrate how

- Airbus cockpit

- Airbus procedure

- Pilots

Interact in real life through operational scenario.

1. CBT (Computer Based Training)

• The aircraft systems study is progressively introduced until day 8 and is carried out in a classroom. From day 8 onwards, the trainee will continue to study the aircraft systems using the MFTD, the FCOM and if necessary CBT.

The aim is to review and reinforce systems knowledge, in order to pass the systems

Test on day 15.

2. MFTD (Maintenance and Flight Training Device)

• The training is fully integrated which means that all the systems knowledge acquired in the CBT is reinforced and evaluated in the MFTD using the Airbus Standard Operating

Procedures : this training device (equipped with tutorial modes) allows to learn the normal and abnormal operations using task sharing and crew coordination which save precious FFS time.

• The MFTD is used:

• to study and reinforce systems knowledge (MFTD A, B, C, D)

• to introduce and to be proficient in SOP, systems knowledge and systems handling

(MFTD 1-7).

Sessions 1 to 7 are scheduled for 4 hours.

Trainee’s session preparation :

The session is prepared using:

- Tutorials available in the Procedure Data Package (PDP: DVD 1)

- The OIS OPS LIBRARY (FCOM and FCTM) and PERF APPLICATIONS on the

laptop

PDP is the support used during MFTD sessions.

Conducting the session :

Each session of 4 hours includes 30 minutes of questions and answers.

For each new exercise, the instructor uses a slot of this allocated time to

- describe the objectives and the key points

- explain how the exercise will be conducted (learning by doing)

Consequently, a session will be a succession of short briefing followed by an exercise practice.

As the trainee has reviewed the tutorials before the session, the instructor conducts his session by displaying the master slide of each tutorial. This will be indicated by a

"T" in the syllabus in front of the exercise.

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This master slide should be enough to conduct the exercise, but if necessary, trainees or instructor can access to any level of tutorial information for knowledge reinforcement.

The briefings (also referred to as Q&A : Questions & Answers), and debriefings are fully integrated in each MFTD session.

A debriefing will be carried out at MFTD 7 (Progress Check), according to trainee performance

GSI may run MFTD A, B, C and D. SFI may run all MFTD sessions.

3. OIS (On board Information System) and PERFORMANCE COURSE

• One day is dedicated to performance training, and Onboard Information System (OIS) presentation.

4. CABIN

• Doors and slides operations are presented in the CBT by means of videos and in a cabin training device.

5. SYSTEMS KNOWLEDGE AND PERFORMANCE TESTS

• At the end of the Ground phase the Trainee will be evaluated on :

- Systems knowledge using an "electronic" test based on randomised questionnaire,

- Aircraft performance using a "paper" test.

b. Handling phase

This phase using FFS (Full Flight Simulator) is mostly dedicated to aircraft handling in

Normal and Abnormal operations. All exercises are completed in a realistic environment and allows the crew to practice Standard Operating Procedures previously learnt in the

MFTD.

Briefing guides (DVD 1) are used to brief FFS sessions.

SFI may run all sessions.

c. ALOFT phase

A ALOFT (Airbus Line Oriented Flight Training) session is defined to summarize all the exercises learnt throughout the course and to give the trainee experience in operating the aircraft in real time scenarii.

ALOFT are conducted by TRI / E

d. Skill Test phase

According to the JAR - FCL recommendations, the Skill Test syllabi have been designed in a commercial air transport environment.

They consist of :

• 1st part : a real time sector with some specific events.

• 2nd part : additional part to deal with the remaining items to be performed by the trainee in order to fully satisfy the JAR - FCL requirements.

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e. Base training phase

Two options are provided to the Custormer according to regulation requirements and airline request:

- Aircraft Base Training (Flight = 0:45 / pilot)

OR

- Zero Flight Time Training (FFS ZFTT = 4:00 / crew)

Note: Before the base training, if applicable, the trainees must review the walkaround

3D located in the hard disk of the trainee’s laptop.

B. INSTRUCTOR BRIEFING

The instructor will make a briefing whose duration is stated in the table below within a reasonnable time frame before FFS session :

Briefing / debriefing duration per session :

- Handling FFS

- ALOFT FFS

- Skill test FFS

- Low Visibility Operations

- Base Training / ZFTT

BRIEFING

1:30

1:00

1:00

1:00

1:00

DEBRIEFING

At instructor's discretion

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C. TRAINING DOCUMENTATION

- DOCUMENTATION USER GUIDE

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The following documentation (trainee’s booklet) is given to you on the day of your arrival during the welcome briefing 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)

TASK SHARING AND CALLOUTS

ACTION FLOWS

A380 JEPPESEN LEAFLET

CONTENT

-RELEVANT CREW COURSE

-BASE TRAINING SYLLABI

-AIRBUS TRAINING AIRPORT JEPPESEN CHARTS

(For Airbus Training Centres ONLY)

-Set of 4 coloured cockpit panels

-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

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04 - CRITERIA OF PROFICIENCY a. Evaluation during CBT Phase :

On completion of this phase, a written multiple choice examination will be completed.

The minimum level required, to be declared proficient, is determined by the Airline, but is never below 80%.

b. Unsatisfactory Examination :

Additional training using the CBT will be determined by the instructor in coordination with Airbus Training Director. The student will then undertake an additional CBT examination.

D. MFTD AND FFS NOTATIONS

NOTE : this chapter is applicable to all Airbus Type Rating courses. The following sample

is from a “Standard course”, but the way to fill a Trainee’s Record remains the same

whatever is the Type Rating Course being followed.

Three boxes are used to record the overall trainee’s performance using “Trainee’s Record” file (see page 10 / page 11)

They are quoted “Satisfactory”, “May need extra training” or “Unsatisfactory”

• When “Satisfactory” box is ticked :

----> no specific comments are needed : “None” written indication is required.

Nevertheless, comments may be made at instructor’s discretion.

• When both “Satisfactory” and “May need extra training” boxes are ticked

----> comments are required, and the following session must be assessed as :

- “Satisfactory” ----> comments must confirm improvements :

OR

- “Unsatisfactory”

• When “Unsatisfactory” box is ticked :

----> use the specific Progress Incident Report (PIR) (see Page 15) to list and comment

the trainee’s difficulties as well as the number of additional training sessions

requested .

It must be reported without delay to Airbus Director of Training.

Additional training sessions (see page 16) have to be commented and use the same identification as the session involved.

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Total : 24 working days (excluding low visibility operations and base training) - Welcome is not part of the training footprint and is completed the day before the beginning of ground school.

All the documentation and training supports will be handled to the trainees during the welcome briefing.

Trainee’s Welcome (Administration)

Welcome Briefing

E-doc Briefing

A. Ground phase

APPI (Aircraft Procedures Pilots Interactions)

CBT : Aircraft systems

OIS and Performance course

CEET (Cabin Emergency Exit Training)

Cabin trainer : Safety doors

Systems test & debriefing

Performance test & debriefing

MFTD A, D session : 2 x 2 hours

MFTD B, C, 1 to 7: 9 x 4 hours

MFTD 7 debriefing : 1 x 0.5 hour

1:00

1:30

1:00

15 working days

2:30

38:05

5:00

1:00

1:00

4:00

2:00

4:00

36:00

0:30

B. Handling phase

Briefings & debriefings :7 x 2 hours

FFS sessions : 7 x 4 hours

HUD Option CBT

FFS HUD Familiarization (option) : 1 x 2 hours

1 x 4 hours

C. ALOFT phase

Briefing & debriefing : 1 x 1.5 hours

FFS session : 1 x 4 hours

D. Skill test phase

Briefing & debriefing : 1 x 1.5 hours

FFS session : 1 x 4 hours

E. Low visibility operations (Optional)

CBT

Briefing & debriefing : 1 x 1.5 hours

FFS session 1 x 3 hours or 1 x 4 hours

F. Base training phase

Walk around 3D (Self Study)

Aircraft flight or

ZFTT : FFS session : 1 x 4 hours

7 working days

14:00

28:00

3:00

2:00 or 4:00

1 working day

1:30

4:00

1 working day

1:30

4:00

1 working day

3:00

1:30

3:00 or 4:00

1 working day

1:30

0:45 hour / trainee

4:00

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02 - STANDARD COURSE

Note : To follow your course, please DO NOT respect the workstation CBT ATA numerical order but follow the

ATA chapter in the same order as presented in the present footprint table.

Timing is given for information : your rate of progress could be different from the standard one, however make sure that the systems study associated to 1 day has been completed before the next day.

Day 0: Administration 1:00 - Welcome briefing: 1:30 - E-doc briefing: 1:00

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5

- Intro : 0:10

- Aircraft general

(ATA 20) 0:20

- Indicating & recording

(ATA 31) 3:30

- APU

(ATA 49) 0:20

- Lights

(ATA 33) 0:30

- Autoflight

(ATA 22) 2:30

Day 6

APPI

(2:30)

- Landing gear

(ATA 32) 1:40

- Flight Controls

(ATA 27) 3:30

- Operating limitations

(ATA 20) 0:20

Day 11

- Autoflight

(ATA 22) 4:00

- Power Plant

(ATA 70) 1:20

- Hydraulic system

(ATA 29) 0:40

MFTD A

(2:00)

Day 7

- Information system

(ATA 46) 1:40

- Avionics network

(ATA 42) 1:00

- E-logbook 0:40

OIS &

PERFORMANCE

(5:00)

Day 12

- Hydraulic system

(ATA 29) 0:40

- Pneumatic

(ATA 36) 1:00

- Air conditioning

(ATA 21) 2:00

- Oxygen

(ATA 35) 0:20

MFTD B

(4:00)

Day 8

- Communication

(ATA 23) 0:40

- Ice & rain protection

(ATA 30) 0:30

MFTD 1

(4:00)

Day 13

- Fire & Smoke protection

(ATA 26) 1:00

- Electrical

(ATA 24) 1:30

- Doors

(ATA 52) 0:30

- Fuel

(ATA 28) 1:00

MFTD C

(4:00)

Day 9

MFTD 2

(4:00)

- Fuel

(ATA 28) 2:30

- Navigation

(ATA 34) 2:30

- Landing gear

(ATA 32) 1:00

MFTD D

(2:00)

Day 10

MFTD 3

(4:00)

Day 15 Day 14

CEET safety presentation self study

(1:00)

MFTD 4

(4:00)

MFTD 5

(4:00)

MFTD 6

(4:00)

- Cabin presentation

(ATA 25) 0:25

Systems Test

(4:00)

Performance

Test

(2:00)

Door Trainer

(1:00)

Day 16

FFS 1

(4:00)

Day 21

FFS 6

(4:00)

Day 17

FFS 2*

(4:00)

Day 22

FFS 7

(4:00)

Day 18

FFS 3

(4:00)

Day 23

ALOFT

(4:00)

MFTD 7

(Progress Check)

(4:00)

Day 19

FFS 4

(4:00)

Day 24

Skill Test

(4:00)

Walkaround 3D

Day 20

FFS 5

(4:00)

Day 25

LOW VIS

(4:00)

Note : * HUD option: on day 17, HUD CBT module and FFS familiarization

(for detailed program of FFS refer to LF35).

HUD CBT module must be studied before FFS session.

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EVENTS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBLYS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 101

REFER TO SESSION GUIDE

TO LFLL ALTN LFZZ FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBLYS

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 110

90

-

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

- 7°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

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ZFW

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847 000 Ib

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704 000 Ib

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65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : REFER CO ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ONZON 1N)

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 303

E

RR Trent 972 EA GP 7272

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LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 126 TOGA V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

125 TOGA

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v

FLEX 56 VR 125

v FLEX 56

V2 135 DERATED

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• To demonstrate the use of the training device.

• To present a general view of the cockpit including flight instruments and major aircraft systems controls and indications.

• To present the Less Paper Cockpit philosophy mftdAgdprep.fm

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E

WEATHER

LFZZ 040/10 3000 OVC 010 15/10 1010

BIKF 030/10 3000 OVC 005 12/10 1010

Time

„ INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33R GW 385 t

Co-route AIBKEF

ACTIVE / INIT

EVENTS

FLT NBR A/L ID 102

FROM

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

LFZZ

FL 360

90

TL20

TO BIKF ALTN EINN

CRZ TEMP -55°C

TROPO 36090

„

1 - MFD ARCHITECTURE

- MFD SYSTEM MENU

- MFD GENERAL MENU BAR

- USE OF KCCU AND HARD KEYS

„

2 - FMS INITIALIZATION

- INIT - STATUS

- IRS

- DEPARTURE

- NAVAIDS

- FUEL & LOAD

- T.O PERF

- SEC

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

GW

ZFW

385 t

847 000 Ib

320t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ATN 1N)

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 300

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 126 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 128

v

FLEX 56 °C VR 126

v FLEX 56

V2 135 DERATED V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

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V2

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CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 360

90

TL20

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-55°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

MFTD B (FMS) - TRAINEE 2

WEATHER

LFZZ 040/10 3000 OVC 010 15/10 1010

BIKF 030/10 3000 OVC 005 12/10 1010

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 102

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

BIKF ALTN EINN

Time

EVENTS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBKEF

„

3 - TAKE OFF

„ 4 - CLIMB (MANAGED)

- PERF : PHASES OF FLIGHT

- SPEED & ALTITUDE CONSTRAINTS

„

5 - CRUISE

- LATERAL REVISIONS

- VERTICAL REVISIONS

- F-PLN INFO MENU

„

6 - APPROACH PREPARATION

- F-PLN

- PERF

- FUEL & LOAD

- NAVAIDS

- SEC

GW

ZFW

385 t

847 000 Ib

FOB

320 t

704 000 Ib ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ATN 1N)

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 300

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 126 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 128

v

FLEX 56°C VR 126 v FLEX 56

V2 135 DERATED V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

V1

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DERATED

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Introduction to FMS architecture & design of interfaces.

• Study and practice initialization and use of the FMS through a standard preparation sequence.

• Practice FMS functions through flight phases.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

Not applicable.

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• FMS ARCHITECTURE : FMS / ATC COM / SURV / FCU BKUP

• FMS MENU : ACTIVE / POSITION / SEC / DATA

• ACTIVE MENU : F-PLN / PERF / FUEL & LOAD / WIND / INIT

• POSITION MENU

• SEC MENU

• DATA MENU

• FMS FLIGHT PHASES

• FMS REVISIONS

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM

• FCTM

D. REFERENCES :

• FCOM /Aircraft Systems /ATA22-AFS-Flight Management System/ System Description

• FCOM /Aircraft Systems /ATA22-AFS-Flight Management System/ System Description /

Flight Planning

• KCCU / Controls & Indicators

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Understanding of FMS architecture and FMS functions.

• Demonstrate satisfactory skill on preparation.

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E

WEATHER

LFZZ 330/15 9999 BKN 025 25/12 1010

Time

EVENTS

„

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33R - GW 385 t

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 103

FROM

CPNY RTE

LFZZ

-

TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 310

90

-

CRZ TEMP - 40°C

TROPO 36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

GW

ZFW

385 t

847 000 Ib

320t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN :

AIR COND ON LFZZ - MOU 1N - UM 129 - BEBIX

ANTI ICE OFF UN 859 - TUGLI - MALEB - ROA -LFZZ

PAX NUMBER : 303

E

RR Trent 972 EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 126 TOGA V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

125 TOGA

1:00

2:00

„

1 - DATA

- WAYPOINT

- NAVAID

- ROUTE

- AIRPORT

„ 2 - FMS INITIALIZATION

- INIT

- IRS

- DEPARTURE

- NAVAIDS

- FUEL & LOAD

- T.O PERF

- SEC

3 - TAKE-OFF

„ 4 - CLIMB FL 180

„ 5 - CRUISE

- MANAGED SPEED

- SELECTED SPEED

„ 6 - DESCENT

7 - APPROACH PREPARATION

„

8 - ILS APPROACH

- DECELERATED

- MANAGED SPEED

„ 9 - GO AROUND

VR 128

v

FLEX 56 VR 126

v FLEX 58

V2 135 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

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WEATHER

LFZZ 150/15 9999 BKN 025 25/12 1010

Time

LFLL 180/10 9999 OVC 030 26/11 1009

EVENTS

„

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 15L - GW 385 t

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 103

FROM

CPNY RTE

LFZZ

-

TO

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

GW

ZFW

FL 120

90

-

LFLL ALTN LFZZ

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 Ib

320t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN :

AIR COND ON LFZZ - ONZON 1S - ROA - DIRBA -

ANTI ICE OFF TALAR... LFLL

PAX NUMBER : 302

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 15L / GW 385 t

V1 121 TOGA

CRZ TEMP - 12°C

TROPO 36090

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 15L / GW 385 t

V1 129 TOGA

2:15

3:00

3:30

„ 10 - FMS INITIALIZATION

- INIT

- IRS

- DEPARTURE

- NAVAIDS

- FUEL & LOAD

- T.O PERF

- SEC

„ 11 - TAKE OFF

12 - CLIMB FL120

„ 13 - CRUISE

- ND INTERACTIVITY

14 - DESCENT

15 - APPROACH PREPARATION

„

16 - ILS APP LFLL 18L

- STABILIZED

- SELECTED SPEED

„ 17 - GO AROUND

„

18 - HOLDING PATTERN

19 - ENABLE ALTERNATE

20 - DCT EB

IF TIME PERMITS

21 - APPROACH PREPARATION

22 - RADAR VECTORS

23 - ILS APP LFZZ 33R

24 - AUTOLAND

VR 138

v

FLEX 73

V2 143 DERATED

VR 138

v FLEX 69

V2 142 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

V1

VR

DERATED

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Practice FMS initialization

• Practice FMS functions during a flight sequence with diversion to alternate airport.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• FMS ARCHITECTURE : FMS / ATC COM / SURV / FCU BKUP

• FMS MENU : ACTIVE / POSITION / SEC / DATA

• ACTIVE MENU : F-PLN / PERF / FUEL & LOAD / WIND / INIT

• POSITION MENU

• SEC MENU

• DATA MENU

• SPEED / ALT CST

• FMS REVISIONS

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• ND INTERACTIVITY

• DESCENT

• ILS APPROACH

• GO AROUND

• HOLDING PATTERN

• ENABLE ALTERNATE

• SEC FPLN

• FMS REVISIONS :

- AIRWAYS

- NAVAIDS DESELECTION

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure data package (PDP)

• FCOM

• FCTM mftdCgdprep.fm

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D. REFERENCES :

• FCOM /Aircraft Systems /ATA22-AFS-Flight Management System/ System Description

• FCOM /Aircraft Systems /ATA22-AFS-Flight Management System/ System Description /

Flight Planning / Lateral Flight Plan

• FCOM /Aircraft Systems /ATA22-AFS-Flight Management System/ System Description /

Flight Planning / Vertical flight plan

• FCOM /Aircraft Systems /ATA22-AFS-Flight Management System/ System Description /

Flight Planning / Secondary Flight Plans

• FCTM / Normal Operations /

• FCTM / Normal Operations / ILS Approach

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Knowledge of FMS functions, MFD pages and use of KCCU.

• Ability to program the FMS.

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WEATHER

LFZZ CALM 9999 13/12 1013

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ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 104

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBLYS

TO

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

LFLL ALTN LFZZ

Time

T

T

EVENTS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 15L - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBLYS

REFER SESSION GUIDE

MODE REVERSIONS

GROUND SPEED MINI FUNCTION

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 110

90

-

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

- 7°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

GW

ZFW

385 t

847 000 Ib

320t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : REFER CO ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ONZON 1S)

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 303

E

RR Trent 972 EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 15L / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 15L / GW 385 t

127 TOGA

VR 133

v

FLEX 71 VR 135

v FLEX 68

V2 138 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 140 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• To reinforce systems studied from day 1 to day 4.

• To reinforce FMS system knowledge studied during CBT, MFTD B and C.

- FMS architecture: flight phases.

- FMA (Flight Mode Annunciator).

- Flight director - AFS control panel.

- EFIS control panel

• To introduce:

- Reversion modes

- GROUND SPEED MINI FUNCTION for target speed in approach mftdDgdprep.fm

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LFZZ 240/10 CAVOK 13/10 1020

LFLL 270/10 CAVOK 13/10 1020

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 105

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 360

90

TL 15

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-53°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

MFTD 1 (SOP) - TRAINEE 1

BIKF ALTN EINN

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INIT TAKE OFF LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBKEF

T

„ 1 - USE OF TUTORIAL

T

„ 2 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT NOT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

T

„ 3 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

T

„ 4 - BEFORE START / ENG START / AFTER START

T

„ 5 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKE OFF

T

„ 6 - TAKE OFF PACKS ON

T

7 - AFTER TAKE OFF

T

8 - CLIMB FL 110

GW

ZFW

385 t

847 000 Ib

320 t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ATN 1N)

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 302

E

RR Trent 972 EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1

v

TOGA V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

v TOGA

VR FLEX VR FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd1.fm

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Time

WEATHER

LFZZ 240/10 CAVOK 13/10 1020

LFLL 270/10 CAVOK 13/10 1020

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 105

FROM

CPNY RTE

LFZZ

AIBLYS

TO

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

LFLL ALTN LFZZ

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 110

90

HD 15

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-9°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

GW

ZFW

385 t

847 000 Ib

320 t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ONZON 1N)

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 302

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBLYS

9 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT NOT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

10 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

11 - BEFORE START / ENG START / AFTER START

12 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKE OFF

13 - TAKE OFF PACKS ON

14 - AFTER TAKE OFF

15 - CLIMB FL 110

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1

v

TOGA

VR FLEX

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1

v TOGA

VR FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd1.fm

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Introduce and practice SOPs and task sharing during :

- COCKPIT PREPARATION

- BEFORE START / ENGINE START / AFTER START

- TAXI & BEFORE TAKE OFF

- TAKE OFF / AFTER TAKE OFF.

- CLIMB

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Use of FMS through a standard preparation

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• Standard operating procedures during

- COCKPIT PREPARATION

- BEFORE START / ENGINE START / AFTER START

- TAXI & BEFORE TAKE OFF

- TAKE OFF / AFTER TAKE OFF.

- CLIMB

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM

• FCTM

D. REFERENCES

• PDP

Normal operations

Cockpit Preparation + Before Start / After Start + Taxi / Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Use of RMP

- Aircraft Systems / 23 - Communication / How to use the RMP / How to tune a frequency mftd1gdprep.fm

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Engine start and engine operation

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / Ignition and Starting / Starting / Automatic Starting

Sequence

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / FADEC

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / Normal Operation

• FCTM

Normal operations

- Normal Operations / General + Preliminary Cockpit Preparation + Cockpit Preparation +

Before Start + Start + After Start + Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + Standard

Callouts

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Demonstrate acceptable knowledge of FMS system.

• Understanding of SOP’s from cockpit preparation until climb.

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MFTD 2 (SOP) - TRAINEE 2

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 240/05 CAVOK 13/10 1006

LFLL 270/06 CAVOK 16/10 1006

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 106

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

GW

ZFW

FL 70

90

-

CRZ TEMP -1°C

TROPO 36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 Ib

320 t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

1:20

2:00

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT NOT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

„ 2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - BEFORE START / ENG START

AFTER START

4 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKE OFF

5 - TAKE OFF PACKS ON

6 - AFTER TAKE OFF

7 - CLIMB FL70

T

T

T

8 - CRUISE

9 - DCT ROA - HOLDING PATTERN

10 - APPROACH PREPARATION

11 - DESCENT MANAGED

T

„ 12 - ILS APP LFZZ 33R - DECELERATED

13 - AUTOLAND (DEMO)

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 350

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

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

E mftd2.fm

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WEATHER

LFZZ 240/05 CAVOK 13/10 1006

LFLL 270/06 CAVOK 16/10 1006

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 106

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

Time

2:15

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 70

90

-

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-1°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

3:20

4:00

14 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT NOT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

„ 15 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

16 - BEFORE START / ENG START

AFTER START

17 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKE OFF

18 - TAKE OFF PACKS ON

19 - AFTER TAKE OFF

20 - CLIMB FL70

21 - CRUISE

22 - DCT ROA - HOLDING PATTERN

23 - APPROACH PREPARATION

24 - DESCENT MANAGED

„ 25 - ILS APP LFZZ 33R - DECELERATED

T

„ 26 - GO AROUND

GW

ZFW

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

385 t

847 000 Ib

FOB

320 t

704 000 Ib ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 350

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v

FLEX

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd2.fm

A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

0 02.03

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Introduce and practice SOPs and task sharing during :

- CLIMB

- CRUISE

- DESCENT

- ILS APPROACH

- LANDING

- GO AROUND

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Standard operating procedures during :

- COCKPIT PREPARATION

- BEFORE START / ENGINE START / AFTER START

- TAXI and BEFORE TAKE OFF

- TAKE OFF / AFTER TAKE OFF

- CLIMB

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• Standard operating procedures during :

- CRUISE

- DESCENT

- ILS APPROACH

- LANDING

- GO AROUND

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM.

• FCTM

02.03

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D. REFERENCES :

• PDP

Normal operations

Cockpit Preparation + Before Start / After Start + Taxi / Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb +

Cruise + Descent + ILS Approach + Go Around + Landing

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

FMS INIT: use of SEC

- Aircraft Systems / 22 - AFS - Flight Management System / Flight Planning / Secondary

Flight Plans

Use of RMP

- Aircraft Systems / 23 - Communication / How to use the RMP / How to tune a frequency

Engine start and engine operation

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines /Ignition and Starting / Starting / Automatic Starting

Sequence

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / FADEC

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / Normal Operation

• FCTM

Normal operations

- Normal Operations / General + Preliminary Cockpit Preparation + Cockpit Preparation +

Before Start + Start + After Start + Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + Cruise +

Descent Preparation + Descent + Approach + ILS Approach + Go Around + Landing +

Standard Callouts

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Understanding of SOP’s from cruise phase until landing including go around phase.

02.03

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E

WEATHER

MFTD 3 (SOP) - TRAINEE 1

LFZZ CALM 8000 OVC 015 16/11 1017

LFLL 180/10 9000 BKN 018 14/10 1016

Time

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 107

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

FL 70

90

-

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-2°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

1:20

1:50

2:10

T

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

„ 3 - ENGINE START / VALVE NOT OPEN (MMEL)

4 - TAXI

5 - TAKE OFF

6 - CLIMB FL 70

7 - DCT ROA - HOLDING PATTERN

8 - VOR / DME APP LFZZ 33R (FLS)

9 - GO AROUND

„ 10 - VOR / DME APP LFZZ 33R (SELECTED)

11 - GO AROUND

GW

385 t

847 000 Ib

FOB

ZFW

320 t

704 000 Ib ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND OFF

ANTI ICE OFF

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

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

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR mftd3.fm

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MFTD 3 (SOP) - TRAINEE 2

WEATHER

LFZZ CALM 8000 OVC 015 16/11 1017

LFLL 180/10 9000 BKN 018 14/10 1016

Time

EVENTS

INIT APP - LFZZ 24 - GW 385 t

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 107

FROM

CPNY RTE

LFZZ TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

4000 ft

90

-

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

CRZ TEMP +5°C

TROPO 36090

2:25

2:50

3:10

3:30

T

T

T

12 - RNAV APP - LFZZ 24 (FLS)

13 - GO AROUND

„ 14 - NDB APP LFZZ 33R (SELECTED)

15 - GO AROUND

„ 16 - ILS G/S INOP LFZZ 33R (FLS)

17 - GO AROUND

18 - ILS APP LFZZ 33R - STABILIZED

19 - AUTOLAND

20 - AFTER LANDING

21 - PARKING

22 - SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

GW

385 t

847 000 Ib

ZFW

320 t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND OFF

ANTI ICE OFF PAX NUMBER : 250

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v

FLEX

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd3.fm

A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

02 02.03

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Introduce and practice SOPs and task sharing during :

- NON PRECISION APPROACH

- AFTER LANDING

- PARKING

- SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Standard operating procedures during :

- COCKPIT PREPARATION

- BEFORE START / ENGINE START / AFTER START

- TAXI and BEFORE TAKE OFF

- TAKE OFF / AFTER TAKE OFF

- CLIMB

- CRUISE

- DESCENT

- ILS APPROACH

- LANDING

- GO AROUND

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• Standard operating procedures during :

- NON PRECISION APPROACH

- AFTER LANDING

- PARKING

- SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM.

• FCTM

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D. REFERENCES :

• PDP

Normal operations

Cockpit Preparation + Before Start / After Start + Taxi / Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb +

Cruise + Descent + ILS Approach + Non Precision Approach +Go Around + Landing + Parking / Securing the Aircraft

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Use of RMP

- Aircraft Systems / 23 - Communication / How to use the RMP / How to tune a frequency

Engine start and engine operation

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines /Ignition and Starting / Starting / Automatic Starting

Sequence

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / FADEC

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / Normal Operation

Engine Start Valve Manual Operation

- Procedures / Supplementary Procedures / Engines / Unusual Engine Starting Procedures

• Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)

- MMEL Items / 80 - Engine Start / 11- Start System / 80 - 11 -01 Engine Start Valve

• FCTM

Normal operations

- Normal Operations / General + Preliminary Cockpit Preparation + Cockpit Preparation +

Before Start + Start + After Start + Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + Cruise +

Descent Preparation + Descent + Approach + ILS Approach + Non Precision Approach +

Go Around + Landing + Parking + Standard Callouts

Use of MMEL

- Normal Operations / Flight Preparation / MEL

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Standard knowledge and understanding of non precision approaches.

• Ability to program and use FMS through different flight phases.

• Standard knowledge of normal SOP’s, task sharing and callouts.

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E

WEATHER

MFTD 4 (SOP) - TRAINEE 2

LFZZ CALM 8000 OVC 015 16/11 1017

BIKF 180/20 7000 BKN 038 6/2 1016

Time

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 108

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

BIKF ALTN EINN

1:30

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 423 t

Co-route AIBKEF

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 360

90

HD 20

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-53°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

2:00

2:20

T

T

T

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

„ 2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - TAXI

4 - TAKE OFF - PACKS OFF

„

5 - CLIMB MANAGED - SELECTED

„ 6 - FUEL TRANSFER

7 - NORMAL CRUISE FL 310

„ 8 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE

„

9 - JETTISON

10 - APP PREPARATION

11 - DESCENT MANAGED - SELECTED

12 - ILS G/S FROM ABOVE LFZZ 33R

13 - AUTOLAND

GW

423 t

930 600 Ib

FOB

ZFW

340 t

748 000 Ib ZFWCG

83 t

182 600 Ib

33,9 %

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND OFF

ANTI ICE OFF

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 423 t

V1 TOGA

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID ATN 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 423 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

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR mftd4.fm

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MFTD 4 (SOP) - TRAINEE 1

WEATHER

LFZZ CALM 8000 OVC 015 16/11 1017

LFLL 180/10 9000 BKN 018 14/10 1016

Time

EVENTS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 423 t

Co-route AIBKEF

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 108

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 360

300

HD 20

BIKF ALTN EINN

CRZ TEMP -53°C

TROPO 36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

2:35

3:00

3:30

14 - TAKE OFF - PACKS OFF

15 - CLIMB MANAGED - SELECTED FL 120

16 - DIVERSION TO LFLL

„ 17 - DESCENT PREPARATION

18 - DESCENT MANAGED - SELECTED

19 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING PROCEDURE

(NO JETTISON)

20 - ILS APP LFLL 18L

21 - AUTOLAND

22 - AFTER LANDING

23 - PARKING

24 - SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

GW

423 t

930 600 Ib

ZFW

340 t

748 000 Ib

FOB

83 t

182 600 Ib

ZFWCG 33,9 %

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND OFF

ANTI ICE OFF

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID ATN 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 250

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 423 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v

FLEX

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 423 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd4.fm

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FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

02.03

MFTD 4 (SOP) SESSION PREPARATION

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Introduce and practice SOPs and task sharing during :

- FUEL JETTISON

- OVERWEIGHT LANDING PROCEDURE

- DIVERSION

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Standard operating procedures during :

- COCKPIT PREPARATION

- BEFORE START / ENGINE START / AFTER START

- TAXI and BEFORE TAKE OFF

- TAKE OFF / AFTER TAKE OFF

- CLIMB

- CRUISE

- DESCENT

- ILS APPROACH

- LANDING

- AFTER LANDING

- GO AROUND

- PARKING

- SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• Standard operating procedures during :

- FUEL TRANSFER

- FUEL JETTISON

- DIVERSION

- OVERWEIGHT LANDING PROCEDURE

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM.

• FCTM

02.03

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D. REFERENCES :

• PDP

Normal operations

Cockpit Preparation + Before Start / After Start + Taxi / Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb +

Cruise + Descent + ILS Approach + Go Around + Landing + Parking / Securing the Aircraft

Abnormal operations

Fuel Jettison

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Use of RMP

- Aircraft Systems / 23 - Communication / How to use the RMP / How to tune a frequency

Weight and Balance

- Limitations / Weight and Center of Gravity Limits

- Performance / Load Control / Weights + CGs

Auto ground transfer

- Aircraft Systems / 28 - Fuel / Controls and Indicators / REFUEL/GROUND TRANSFER

PANEL

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 28 - Fuel / FUEL AUTO GND XFR

COMPLETED

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 28 - Fuel / FUEL CG OUT OF

RANGE

Engine start and engine operation

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines /Ignition and Starting / Starting / Automatic Starting

Sequence

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / FADEC

- Aircraft systems / 70 - Engines / Normal Operation

Fuel Transfer

- Aircraft systems / 28 - Fuel / System Description / Transfer System

Fuel Jettison

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 28 - Fuel Jettison

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Fuel Jettison

Diversion

- Aircraft Systems / 22 - AFS - Flight Management System / System Description Flight

Planning / Lateral Flight Plan Revisions / Alternate

- Aircraft Systems / 22 - AFS - Flight Management System / Controls and Indicators / MFD -

FMS pages / Alternate page mftd4gdprep.fm

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Overweight Landing Procedure

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Miscellaneous

• FCTM

Normal operations

- Normal Operations / General + Preliminary Cockpit Preparation + Cockpit Preparation +

Before Start + Start + After Start + Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + Cruise +

Descent Preparation + Descent + Approach + ILS Approach + Go Around + Landing +

Parking + Standard Callouts

Abnormal operations

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Miscellaneous / Overweight Landing

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Standard knowledge and understanding of FMS architecture.

• Ability to program and use FMS through different flight phases.

• Standard knowledge of normal SOP’S, task sharing and call outs.

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02.03

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MFTD 5 (FAILURES) - TRAINEE 1

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 020/10 5000 OVC 005 05/03 1012

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 201

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

INIT FL 100 - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

T

„ 1 - ECAM MANAGEMENT

2 - FUEL TK 2 MAIN PMP FAULT

3 - PACK 1 OVHT

4 - HYD G RSVR LEVEL LO - RESTORE

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 70

90

CRZ TEMP -8°C

TROPO 36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

1:15

T

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

5 - TAKE OFF

„ 6 - ENGINE FAIL - NO DAMAGE

„ 7 - ENGINE RELIGHT

„ 8 - ENG 4 ATHR FAULT - RESTORE

GW

385 t

847 000 Ib

ZFW

320 t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

RWY COND WET

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ON

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 272

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

INIT FL 350 - GW 540 t - ZFW 320 t - FOB 220 t

Co-route AIBAIB

1:35

2:15

T

9 - ENGINE FAIL

10 - ONE ENGINE OUT OPERATIONS- RESTORE

T

„ 11 - FUEL LEAK (ON ENGINE)- RESTORE

VR

v

FLEX VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd5.fm

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MFTD 5 (FAILURES) - TRAINEE 2

WEATHER

LFZZ 020/10 5000 OVC 005 05/03 1012

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 201

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

TO

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

LFZZ ALTN LFLL

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 70

90

CRZ TEMP -8°C

TROPO 36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

2:30

3:20

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

12 - TAKE OFF

„ 13 - ENG FAIL - NO DAMAGE

14 - ENGINE RELIGHT

15 - CLIMB FL 70

„ 16 - HYD G + Y RSVR LEVEL LO

17 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R

18 - GO AROUND - RESTORE

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33R

GW

RWY COND WET

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ON

385 t

847 000 Ib

FOB

ZFW

320 t

704 000 Ib ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 272

3:25

3:50

T

19 - TAKE OFF - CLIMB 4000 ft

„ 20 - FLAPS LOCKED AT RETRACTION

21 - ENG 1 ATHR FAULT IN DOWNWIND

22 - ILS APP - G/S INOP - LFZZ 33R - (FLS)

23 - GO AROUND - RESTORE

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v

FLEX

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 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 mftd5.fm

A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

02.03

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

MFTD 5 (FAILURES) SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

Study of :

• ECAM MANAGEMENT

• ENGINE FAILURE and RELIGHT PROCEDURE

• FUEL LEAK

• DUAL HYDRAULIC FAILURE

• FLAPS FAILURE

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• ECAM MANAGEMENT

• ENGINE FAILURE and RELIGHT

• DUAL HYDRAULIC FAILURE

• FUEL LEAK

• FLAPS FAILURE

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM.

• FCTM

02.03

L F2S

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FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

02.03

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

D. REFERENCES

• PDP

Normal Operations

Takeoff + Climb + Cruise + Descent + ILS Approach + Go Around

Abnormal Operations

- ECAM Management

- Engine failure after V1

- Engine failure in cruise

- Fuel leak

- Slats / Flaps failure cases

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

ECAM Procedures

- Aircraft Systems / 31 - Indicating/Recording / ECAM / How to Handle ECAM Procedures

Eng fail

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines / ENG FAIL

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / ENG RELIGHT IN FLT

Performance

- Performance / In-flight /One Engine Inoperative

Fuel leak

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 28 - Fuel / FUEL LEAK DETECTED

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / FUEL LEAK

• FCTM

Normal operations

Normal Operations / Takeoff + Climb + Cruise + Descent Preparation + Descent + Approach +

ILS Approach + Go Around + Standard Callouts

Abnormal operations

- Operational philosophy / ECAM

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Operating techniques / Engine Failure After V1 + Engin

Failure During Initial Climb + Engine Failure during cruise

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Hydraulic / G + Y Hydraulic Failures

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Flight Controls / Abnormal Flaps and/or Slats Configuration

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Understanding of ECAM philosophy and application of ECAM procedure.

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

MFTD 6 (FAILURES) - TRAINEE 2

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 280/10 2000 OVC 010 -20/-21 1000

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 202

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

BIKF ALTN EINN

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 24 - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBKEF

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 360

150

TL 20

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-55°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

0:50

1:15

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SUPPLIED)

„ 2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

„ 3 - BEFORE START / ENG START / HOT START

4 - AFTER START

5 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKEOFF

6 - TAKE OFF

7 - ENGINE FAIL - DAMAGE

8 - RADAR VECTORS

T

„ 9 - VOR DME APP - ONE ENGINE OUT -

LFZZ 33R (FLS)

10 - GO-AROUND - RESTORE

„

11 - AFS + EFIS CTL PNL FAULT

T

„ 12 - NDB APP (DOWN TO MDA) - LFZZ 33R (FLS) -

RESTORE

GW

385 t

847 000 Ib

ZFW

320 t

704 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND SNOW FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ON

(SID MOU 1W)

PAX NUMBER : 402

E

RR Trent 972

V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

v

TOGA V1

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

v TOGA

1:40

2:05

INIT FL 350 - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB

T

„ 13 - EMERGENCY DESCENT

FL 100 / MORA - RESTORE

INIT FL 350 - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB

„ 14 - EXCESS CAB ALT

15 - EMERGENCY DESCENT

FL 100 / MORA - RESTORE

VR FLEX °C VR FLEX

V2 DERATED V2

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

DERATED

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA V1

FLEX VR

DERATED V2

THS FOR FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR mftd6.fm

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

MFTD 6 (FAILURES) - TRAINEE 1

WEATHER

LFZZ 280/10 2000 OVC 010 -20/-21 1000

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 202

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

BIKF ALTN EINN

FL 360

150

TL 20

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

-55°C

36090

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

2:20

2:50

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 24 - GW 385 t

Co-route AIBKEF

16 - TAKE OFF

17 - CLIMB 4000 ft

18 - ENG FAIL - DAMAGE

19 - RADAR VECTORS

T

„ 20 - VOR DME APP - ONE ENGINE OUT -

LFZZ 33R (FLS)

21 - GO AROUND ONE ENGINE OUT - RESTORE

INIT FL 350 - GW 385 t - Co-route AIBAIB

T

„ 22 - CDS RECONFIGURATION DEMO

„ 23 - EMERGENCY DESCENT

FL 100 / MORA - RESTORE

GW

385 t

847 000 Ib

FOB

ZFW

320 t

704 000 Ib ZFWCG

65 t

143 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

RWY COND SNOW FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ON

(SID MOU 1W)

PAX NUMBER : 502

3:20

INIT FL 350 - GW 500 t - ZFW 350 t - FOB 150t

Co-route AIBAIB

„

24 - CABIN PRESSURIZATION LEAK

25 - EMERGENCY DESCENT

FL 100 / MORA - RESTORE

INIT FL 350 - GW 385 t - Co-route AIBAIB

3:30

T

„ 26 - SMOKE AVIONICS SMOKE (LEFT)

FL 100 / MORA - RESTORE

RR Trent 972

V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

v

TOGA

EA GP 7272

V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

v TOGA

3:45

INIT FL 350 - GW 385 t - Co-route AIBAIB

„ 27 - BOMB ON BOARD (BRIEFING ONLY)

VR FLEX °C VR FLEX

V2 DERATED V2

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

DERATED

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA V1

FLEX VR

DERATED V2

THS FOR FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR mftd6.fm

A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

02.03

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

MFTD 6 (FAILURES) SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

Study of :

• ENGINE START FAULT

• MANUAL ENGINE START

• CABIN PRESSURIZATION PROBLEM

• CDS FAILURE / RECONFIGURATION

• AUTO FLIGHT SYSTEM FAILURE

• EMERGENCY DESCENT

• AVIONICS SMOKE

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

• ENGINE FAILURE AND RELIGHT

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• MANUAL ENGINE START

• CDS FAILURE / RECONFIGURATION

• AUTO FLIGHT SYSTEM FAILURE

• EXCESS CAB ALT / CABIN PRESSURIZATION LEAK

• EMERGENCY DESCENT

• AVIONICS SMOKE

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM.

• FCTM

02.03

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FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

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D. REFERENCES

• PDP

Normal Operations

Cockpit Preparation + Before Start / After Start + Taxi / Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb +

Cruise + Descent + ILS Approach + Non Precision Approach +Go Around

Abnormal Operations

- Engine failure after V1

- CDS Reconfiguration

- Emergency Descent

- SMOKE Procedure

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

ECAM Procedures

- Aircraft Systems / 31 - Indicating/Recording / ECAM / How to Handle ECAM Procedures

Engine start fault

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines / ENG START FAULT

Manual engine start

- Procedures / Supplementary Procedures / Engines / Unusual starting procedures

Eng fail

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines / ENG FAIL

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / ENG RELIGHT IN FLT

FCU Back up

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 22- Auto flight / AUTO FLT AFS CTL

PNL FAULT

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 31- Indicating/Recording / CDS CPT

(EFIS) CTL PNL FAULT

Emergency descent

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 21 - Pressurisation / CAB PRESS

EXCESS CAB ALT

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Emergency procedures

CDS Failure

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 31 - Indicating/Recording / CDS

Smoke

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 26 - Fire and smoke protection /

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• FCTM

Normal operations

Normal operations / Cockpit Preparation + Before Start / After Start + Taxi / Before Takeoff +

Takeoff + Climb + Cruise + Decent Preparation + Descent + Approach + ILS Approach + Non

Precision Approach + Go Around + Standard callouts

Abnormal operations

- Operational philosophy / ECAM

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Operating techniques / Engine Failure After V1 + Engine

Failure During Initial Climb

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Fire Protection / SMOKE/FUMES

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Miscellaneous / EMERGENCY DESCENT

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Auto flight / AUTO FLT AFS/EFIS CTL PNL FAULT

- ABNORMAL OPERATIONS / Miscellaneous / Bomb on Board

• QRH

- SMOKE procedures

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of aircraft systems operation, use of ECAM and appropriate procedure.

• Understanding and application of crew coordination under malfunctions conditions.

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MFTD 7 (Progress Check) - TRAINEE 1

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 030/12 3000 OVC 006 30/20 1011

LFPO 060/10 4000 OVC 800 28/26 1012

Time

EVENTS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 203

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

BIKF ALTN EINN

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33 R - GW 390 t

Co-route AIBKEF

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

FL 360 CRZ TEMP - 55°C

150 TROPO 36090

-

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

GW

390 t

858 000 Ib

ZFW

300 t

660 000 Ib

FOB

ZFWCG

90 t

198 000 Ib

35 %

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

E.

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 390 t

V1 TOGA

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID ATN 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 301

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 390 t

V1 TOGA

1:00

1:40

2:00

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

„ 2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

„ 3 - BEFORE START

4 - ENG START

5 - AFTER START

6 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKEOFF

„ 7 - TAKE OFF

8 - AFTER TAKE OFF

9 - CLIMB

„ 10 - CRUISE

„ 11 - PACKS 1 + 2 FAULT

12 - DIVERSION - LFPO

13 - ILS APP - G/S INOP - LFPO 06 (FLS)

14 - GO AROUND

„ 15 - ILS APP - LFPO 06

16 - AUTOLAND

17 - AFTER LANDING

„ 18 - PARKING - TAIL PIPE FIRE

VR

V2

v

FLEX

DERATED

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

V1

VR

DERATED

THS FOR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR mftd7.fm

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MFTD 7 (Progress Check) - TRAINEE 2

E

WEATHER

LFPO 060/10 4000 OVC 800 28/26 1011

Time

ACTIVE / INIT

EVENTS

INIT TAKE OFF - LFPO 06 - GW 390 t

Co-route ORYKEF

FLT NBR A/L ID 203

FROM

CPNY RTE ORYKEF

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

GW

ZFW

LFPO

FL 360

150

390 t

858 000 Ib

-

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

FOB

CRZ TEMP - 55°C

TROPO 36090

300 t

660 000 Ib ZFWCG

TO BIKF ALTN EINN

90 t

198 000 Ib

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID ATREX 1V)

PAX NUMBER : 301

2:15

3:15

3:35

3:55

19 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

„ 20 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

21 - BEFORE START

22 - ENG START

23 - AFTER START

„ 24 - TAXI - BEFORE TAKEOFF

25 - TAKEOFF

26 - AFTER TAKEOFF

„ 27 - ENGINE FAILURE

28 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE

29 - RADAR VECTORS

„ 30 - VOR DME APP ONE ENGINE OUT

LFPO 06 (SELECTED)

„ 31 - GO AROUND - ONE ENGINE OUT

32 - RADAR VECTORS

„ 33 - ILS APP - ONE ENGINE OUT - LFPO 06

34 - AUTOLAND ONE ENGINE OUT

35 - AFTER LANDING

36 - PARKING

37 - SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

V1

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFPO 06 / GW 390 t

TOGA

VR

v

FLEX

V1

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFPO 06 / GW 390 t

TOGA

VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

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002.03

STANDARD COURSE

GROUND PHASE

MFTD 7 (Progress Check) SESSION PREPARATION

02.03

L F2S

Page 22A

Issue 04 MAY 2008

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Check trainee’s ability to carry out normal and abnormal operations according to standard requirements.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

• ECAM PHILOSOPHY AND ECAM MANAGEMENT

B. NEW EXERCICES :

• NIL

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : Procedure Data Package (PDP)

• FCOM.

• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

The application of normal standard operating procedures and the management of abnormal procedure are of standard level or above, which means "Ready for next phase" (FFS).

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

FFS 1 - TRAINEE 1

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 330/10 9999 SCT 025 20/10 1010

LFLL CALM 5000 OVC 008 20/10 1010

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 201

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBLYS

TO LFLL ALTN LFZZ

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

EVENTS

INIT GATE A 1 - LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

FL 110 CRZ TEMP -7°C

90 TROPO 36090

HD 15

TRIP WIND

GW

385 t

847 000 lb

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

0:50

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT NOT ELECTRICALLY

SUPPLIED)

„ 2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - ENG START / AFTER START

„ 4 - TAXI

5 - TAKE OFF

6 - SID - CLIMB FL 120

„ 7 - STUDY OF NORMAL LAW (15’)

8 - SIDE STICK PRIORITY DEMO (5’)

„ 9 - DES-STAR

„ 10 - ILS APP LFLL 18L

„ 11 - LANDING

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

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 ONZON 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 100

1:35

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33 R

12 - TAKE OFF

13 - CLIMB 4000 FT

„ 14 - PATTERN 33R

15 - VISUAL APP

16 - LANDING

v v v v v v v v

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v

FLEX

DERATED

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

1:50

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33 R

v v v v v v v v v v v

FLAPS 3 THS FOR FLAPS 3 THS FOR

17 - TAKE OFF

18 - CLIMB 2300 FT

19 - VISUAL PATTERN

20 - GO AROUND

21 - CLIMB 2300 FT

„

22 - VISUAL PATTERN

23 - LANDING

24 - AFTER LANDING

ACTIVE / PERF ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR ffs1.fm

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FFS 1 - TRAINEE 2

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 330/10 9999 SCT 025 20/10 1010

LFLL CALM 5000 OVC 008 20/10 1010

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 201

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBLYS

TO LFLL ALTN LFZZ

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

2:25

EVENTS

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

FL 110 CRZ TEMP -7°C

90 TROPO 36090

HD 15

TRIP WIND

GW

385 t

847 000 lb

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

ZFWC

G

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID ONZON 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 100

2:55

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33 R

30 - TAKE OFF

31 - CLIMB 4000 FT

„ 32 - PATTERN 33R

33 - VISUAL APP

34 - LANDING

3:10

25 - TAKE OFF

„ 26 - SID - CLIMB FL 120 - TCAS EVENT

„

27 - DES - STAR

„ 28 - ILS APP LFLL 18L

„ 29 - LANDING

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33 R

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v

FLEX

DERATED

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

3:45

35 - TAKE OFF

36 - CLIMB 2300 FT

37 - VISUAL PATTERN

38 - GO AROUND

39 - CLIMB 2300 FT

„ 40 - VISUAL PATTERN

41 - LANDING

42 - AFTER LANDING

43 - TAXI

44 - PARKING - GATE A1

45 - SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

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 v v v

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR ffs1.fm

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FFS 1 SESSION PREPARATION

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

L F2S

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Practice cockpit preparation (real environment).

• Introduction to aircraft handling characteristics.

• Introduction to "Normal Law" - Envelope protections.

• Practice visual pattern, go around and landing.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Cockpit preparation using aircraft equipments in a real environment.

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• TAKE OFF

• NORMAL LAW - PROTECTIONS

• SIDE STICK PRIORITY

• VISUAL PATTERN

• TCAS EVENT

• GO AROUND

• LANDING

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

D. REFERENCES

• BRIEFING GUIDES

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

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 ffs1gdprep.fm

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Issue 03 NOV 2007

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

TCAS Event

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV Traffic Advisory Alert +

Resolution Advisory Alerts

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

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

Descent + Approach + ILS Approach + Visual Approach + Landing + Go Around + After

Landing + Parking + Standard Callouts

Taxi roll, steering and braking

- Normal Operations / Taxi

Takeoff roll and rotation technique

- Normal Operations / Takeoff

Landing: flare, callout, derotation, rollout, braking

- Normal Operations / Landing

Normal Law and Protections

- Operational Philosophy / Flight Controls / Laws + Protections

Side Stick and Priority P/B

- Operational Philosophy / Flight Controls / System characteristics

Velocity Vector

- Supplementary Information / Flight References

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Understanding of Normal Law protections.

• Ability to handle the aircraft in Normal Law.

• Ability to apply correct take off and landing techniques.

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Issue 03 NOV 2007

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A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

HUD

OPTION

TRAINING SYLLABI

35.03

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

WEATHER

33R 330/10 8000 OVC 008 23/10 1020

HUD FAMILIARIZATION

Time

EVENTS

FLT NBR HUD 120

ACTIVE / INIT

FROM LFZZ TO

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

LFZZ ALTN

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

70

90

CRZ TEMP -2°C

TROPO 36090

GW 385 t

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB 65 t

ZFW 320 t ZFWCG 35%

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : Refer CO ROUTE

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

HASE

RR Trent 972

PERF PAGE

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 124 TOGA

VR 126

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1

EA GP 7272

PERF PAGE

127

v

FLEX 59 VR 130

v

TOGA

FLEX 59

V2 132

FLAPS 3

PERF PAGE

V2 135

FLAPS 3

PERF PAGE

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA V1

FLEX VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

INIT TAXI FOR TAKE OFF LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t - CO ROUTE AIBAIB1

0:40

0:50

1:10

„ 1 - SHORT SET UP AND HUD

DEPLOYMENT

„ 2 - TAXI

„ 3 - TAKE-OFF

„ 4 - CLIMB FL 70

„ 5 - EXERCICES IN LEVEL FLIGHT /

CLIMB / DESCENT

„ 6 - FL 100 - NORMAL AND STEEP

TURNS

„ 7 - ALPHA FLOOR DEMO

„ 8 - DESCENT TO 5000 ft

„ 9 - ILS APPR 33R

10 - GO AROUND - CLB 4000 ft

„ 11 - ILS APPR RWY 33R

CROSSWIND 240 / 15

„ 12 - LANDING / CROSSWIND

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 v v v v

INIT TAKE OFF LFZZ 33R - GW 385 t

CO ROUTE PAT 33R - WIND 240 / 15

1:20

1:30

1:40

„ 13 - TAKE OFF - WINDSHEAR

14 - CLIMB 4000 ft on RWY HDG

„ 15 - TCAS EVENT

16 - RADAR VECTORS TO

DOWNWIND RWY 33R

17 - DESCENT TO 2300 ft

WEATHER CAVOK

„ 18 - VISUAL PATTERN

19 - GO AROUND - CLB 2300 ft

„ 20 - VISUAL PATTERN

21 - LANDING - CROSSWIND

1:50

BREAK

INIT TAKE OFF LFZZ 33R - GW 385 t

DUAL HUD TRAINING

STANDARD AND NON STANDARD CREW :

REPEAT ITEMS 2-23 WITH F/O or 2nd CAPT or 2nd F/O

SINGLE HUD TRAINING

IF STANDARD CREW, THE CAPT

CONTINUES WITH ITEMS 1-20 OF HUD

TRAINING SESSION (DAY 2)

IF NON STANDARD CREW, THE SECOND

CAPT REPEATS ITEMS 2-23

22 - TAXI TO THE GATE

23 - STOW THE HUD

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 v v v

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TRAINING SYLLABI

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35.0302.04 2.04

HUD

OPTION

TRAINING SYLLABI

HUD FAMILIARIZATION SESSION PREPARATION

35.03

L F35

Page 2A

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• To provide trainees with sufficient understanding and practical experience of the HUD in a dynamic environment prior to either undertaking a Type Rating (APT 2) Course with the

HUD deployed, or dedicated HUD Training.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. INTRODUCE :

• Taxi

• Take-off (including crosswind)

• Straight and level flgiht, accelerations and decelerations

• Normal and steep turns, climbs and descents

• Alpha Floor and recovery

• TCAS response

• Windshear recognition and recovery

• ILS approach

• Landing (including crosswind)

• Visual Pattern

B. EXERCISES / REFERENCES :

• FCTM - Supplementary Information - Use of HUD

• FCOM

C. SUPPORT :

• CBT

• FCTM

• FCOM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• On completion of the HUD familiarization session the trainee should be familiar with the basic symbology of the HUD especially the:

- Offset Pitch Symbol (inverted T)

- Radio Altitude display

- MDA/DH display

- Concept of FPV / Total FPA

- Delta speed display (in approach only)

- Flight Path Director (FPD)

- Declutter modes

- Pre-selected Flight Path Angle Target

- Yaw Bar (on ground)

They should also be able to manually fly the FFS, including ILS approaches, without failures, whilst using the HUD as a primary reference.

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TRAINING SYLLABI

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

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02.04

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

FFS 2 - TRAINEE 2

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 050/20 8000 OVC 008 8/4 998

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 202

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBAIB1

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

FL 70

90

HD 15

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

0°C

36090

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

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 TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v

FLEX

DERATED

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

1:40

INIT GATE A1 - LFZZ 33

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

1:00

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT NOT ELECTRICALLY

SUPPLIED)

2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - ENG START / AFTER START

„ 4 - TAXI

„ 5 - TAKE OFF - CROSSWIND -

INCAPACITATION

„ 6 - SID - CLIMB FL 120 - TCAS EVENT

7 - DES - STAR

„

8 - LOC APP - LFZZ 33R (FLS)

„ 9 - REJECTED LANDING

10 - VOR DME - LFZZ 33R (FLS)

11 - LANDING - CROSSWIND

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 v v v

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t - WIND 050/15

Co-route PAT 33R

2:00

„ 12 - TAKE OFF - PREDICTIVE WINDSHEAR

WINDSHEAR

13 - CLIMB 4000 FT

14 - PATTERN 33R

15 - ILS APP RAW DATA - LFZZ 33R

16 - LANDING

INIT APP - LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

17 - ILS RAW DATA - LFZZ 33R

„

18 - HIGH ENERGY GO AROUND -

CLEAN UP - FREEZE

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

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

V1

VR

DERATED

THS FOR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR ffs2.fm

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FFS 2 - TRAINEE 1

LFZZ 050/20 8000

WEATHER

OVC 008 8/4 998

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 202

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE PAT 33R

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

4000 ft CRZ TEMP 0°C

90 TROPO 36090

TRIP WIND

GW

-

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

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 1B)

PAX NUMBER : 250

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

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

2:20

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33R

19 - TAKE OFF - CROSSWIND

20 - CLIMB 4000 FT

21 - PATTERN 33R

„ 22 - DOWNWIND - TCAS EVENT

23 - VOR DME APP - LFZZ 33R

(SELECTED)

„ 24 - HIGH ENERGY GO AROUND

25 - NDB APP - LFZZ 33R (FLS)

26 - LANDING - CROSSWIND

3:00

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t - CAVOK

Co-route PAT 33R

27 - TAKE OFF - CROSSWIND

28 - CLIMB 2300 FT

29 - VISUAL PATTERN

„ 30 - REJECTED LANDING

31 - VISUAL PATTERN

32 - LANDING - CROSSWIND

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

3:20

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R -

GW 385 t - WIND 050/15 - 8000 - OVC 008

Co-route PAT 33R

„ 33 - TAKE OFF - WINDSHEAR

34 - CLIMB 4000 FT

35 - PATTERN 33R

36 - ILS APP RAW DATA - LFZZ 33R

„ 37 - GO AROUND - INCAPACITATION

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

3:45

3:55

INIT APP- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

38 - ILS APP RAW DATA - LFZZ 33R

39 - LANDING LFZZ 33R

40 - AFTER LANDING

41 - TAXI - GATE A1

42 - PARKING

43 - SECURING THE AIRCRAFT

v v v v v v v v

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

FFS 2 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

Practice :

• Cockpit preparation (real environment).

• Non precision approaches and ILS RAW DATA.

• Windshear recovery techniques at Takeoff.

• Takeoff and Landing with crosswind.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Cockpit preparation using aircraft equipments in a real environment.

• Visual pattern.

• ILS approach.

• Go around procedure.

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• TAKE OFF WITH CROSSWIND

• PREDICTIVE WINDSHEAR - WINDSHEAR (TAKE OFF)

• ILS RAW DATA

• NON PRECISION APPROACH

• CREW INCAPACITATION

• LANDING WITH CROSSWIND

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

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02.04

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Issue 03 NOV 2007

D. REFERENCES :

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + Crosswind takeoff + Incapacitation + Windshear + ILS RAW DATA + Visual

Pattern + Velocity Vector + TCAS

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Crew Incapacitation

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / Miscellaneous

TCAS Event

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV Traffic Advisory Alert +

Resolution Advisory Alerts

Windshear

- Procedures / Supplementary Procedures / Adverse Weather / Operations in windshear -

Downburst conditions

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV MONITOR RADAR DIS-

PLAY + WINDSHEAR AHEAD WINDSHEAR AHEAD + GO AROUND WINDSHEAR

AHEAD + WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

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

Descent + Approach + Non Precision Approach + ILS Raw Data Approach + Landing + Go

Around + Standard Callouts

Taxi roll, steering and braking

- Normal Operations / Taxi

Takeoff roll and rotation technique

- Normal Operations / Takeoff

Landing: flare, callout, derotation, rollout, braking

- Normal Operations / Landing

Velocity Vector

- Supplementary Information / Flight References

Crew Incapacitation

- Abnormal Operations / Miscellaneous ffs2gdprep.fm

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HANDLING PHASE

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Apply good crew coordination and task sharing.

• Proper use of automation.

• Confirm the ability to :

- Handle the aircraft safely.

- Perform Non precision approaches.

- Perform ILS raw data.

- Take off and landing in crosswind conditions

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

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FFS 2 TRAINEE’S NOTES

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STANDARD COURSE

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FFS 3 - TRAINEE 1

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 280/12 5000 OVC 900 33/15 1020

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 203

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO BIKF ALTN EINN

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

FL 360 CRZ TEMP -55°C

90 TROPO 36090

TL 15

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

569 t

1 232 000 lb

FOB

209 t

440 000 lb

ZFW

360 t

792 000 lb

ZFWCG

NIGHT VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND OFF

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1W)

PAX NUMBER : 500

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / MTOW 569 t

V1

v

TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / MTOW 569 t

V1

v TOGA

VR

V2

FLEX

DERATED

VR

V2

FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

V1 129 TOGA

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

V1 138 TOGA

VR 136

v

FLEX 73

V2 140 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

VR 150 v FLEX 73

V2 153 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

INIT GATE A1 - LFZZ 24

MTOW 569 t

Co route AIBKEF - NIGHT VISUAL

0:50

1:10

1:30

„ 1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

APU BLEED FAULT (AIRCRAFT NOT

ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - ENG START WITH EXT PNEUMATIC

POWER

4 - TAXI

„ 5 - TAKE OFF - PACKS OFF - ARS DEMO

„

6 - SID - CLIMB FL 120 - TCAS EVENT

„ 7 - CRUISE - DIVERSION TO LFZZ

8 - DES - STAR

„ 9 - LOC APP OVERWEIGHT - LFZZ 33R

(FLS) - AES DEMO

„

10 - PREDICTIVE WINDSHEAR /

WINDSHEAR ON APP

11 - GO AROUND

12 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R

13 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING

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

1:50

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 24

GW 385t - ZFW 320 t - FOB 65 t

310/25 - 25 km - SCT 030 - NIGHT VISUAL

„ 14 - TAKE OFF - CROSSWIND - DEMO

FLRS

15 - CLIMB 2300 FT

16 - VISUAL PATTERN

„ 17 - LOW ENERGY WARNING

18 - LANDING CROSSWIND

19 - 180° ON RUNWAY 60 m WIDTH

2:00

INIT APP - LFZZ 33 R

GW 385 t

NIGHT VISUAL

„

20 - ILS APP LFZZ 33R -

G/S FROM ABOVE

„ 21 - GPWS BASIC MODE DEMO

RECOVERY PROC

22 - GO AROUND - AFTER T/OFF C/L

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

ffs3.fm

A380

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 280/12 5000 OVC 900 33/15 1020

FFS 3 - TRAINEE 2

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 203

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO BIKF ALTN EINN

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

CRZ FL

CI

ZFW

FL 360 CRZ TEMP -55°C

90 TROPO 36090

TL 15

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

569 t

1232000 lb

FOB

209 t

440 000 lb

360 t

792 000 lb

ZFWCG

NIGHT VISUAL

RWY COND DRY

AIR COND OFF

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1W)

PAX NUMBER : 500

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / MTOW 569 t

V1

v

TOGA

VR

V2

FLEX

DERATED

VR

V2

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / MTOW 569 t

V1

v TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

V1 129 TOGA

FLAPS OPT THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 24 / GW 385 t

V1 138 TOGA

VR 136

v

FLEX 73

V2 140 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

VR 150 v FLEX 73

V2 153 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

2:25

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 24

MTOW 569 t

Co-route AIBKEF - NIGHT VISUAL

2:55

23 - TAKE OFF - PACKS OFF

„ 24 - SID - CLIMB FL 120 -

REVERSION MODE

„ 25 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE

26 - LOC (BACK CRS) DME - LFZZ 15L

27 - WINDSHEAR ON APP

28 - GO AROUND

29 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R

30 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING

3:15

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 24

GW 385t - ZFW 320 t - FOB 65 t

310/25 - 25 km - SCT 030 - NIGHT VISUAL

31 - TAKE OFF - CROSSWIND

32 - CLIMB 2300 FT

33 - VISUAL PATTERN

34 - LANDING CROSSWIND

35 - 180° ON RUNWAY 60m WIDTH

3:30

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 24

GW 385t - 310/25 - 25 km - SCT 030

NIGHT VISUAL

36 - TAKE OFF -

CROSSWIND WINDSHEAR

37 - CLIMB 2300 FT

„ 38 - VISUAL PATTERN

39 - LANDING CROSSWIND

40 - TAXI

41 - APU FIRE

42 - EMER EVAC

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

ffs3.fm

A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

02.04

FFS 3 SESSION PREPARATION

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

Practice

• Decision making (CRM).

• Unusual engine start / engine start with EXT PNEU PWR

• Heavy weight operations.

• Non precision Approaches.

• Windshear recovery technique in approach.

• 180° TURN on RWY 60m width

• GPWS recovery technique

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• Non precision approach.

• Go around procedure.

• Take off and landing with crosswind.

• TCAS

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• UNUSUAL ENGINE START / ENGINE START WITH EXT PNEU PWR

• PREDICTIVE WINDSHEAR - WINDSHEAR (LANDING)

• AUTO RETRACTION / EXTENSION SYSTEM

• REVERSION MODE (FD orders not followed)

• LOW ENERGY WARNING

• FLAPS LOAD RELIEF

• 180° TURN ON RWY 60M WIDTH

• G/S FROM ABOVE

• GPWS

• EMER EVACUATION

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

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Issue 03 NOV 2007

D. REFERENCES :

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + Crosswind takeoff + Slats - Flaps protections + Windshear + Visual

Pattern + Velocity Vector + Low energy warning + Glide slope from above + Taws + Mode

Reversions + TCAS + Emergency evacuation

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Engine start with EXT Pneumatic power

- Procedures / Supplementary Procedures / Engines / Unusual starting procedures

180 degree turn on 60 meter wide runway

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures / Taxi

Auto extension/retraction system, FLRS

- Aircraft systems / 27 Flight Controls / Slats/Flaps / Configurations / Slats/Flaps Extension/

Retraction

Low energy warning

- Aircraft systems / 22 - 27 - Flight Envelope / Protections / Low Energy Warning

Windshear

- Procedures / Supplementary Procedures / Adverse Weather / Operations in windshear -

Downburst conditions

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV MONITOR RADAR DIS-

PLAY + WINDSHEAR AHEAD WINDSHEAR AHEAD + GO AROUND WINDSHEAR

AHEAD + WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR

Taws

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV

TCAS Event

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV Traffic Advisory Alert +

Resolution Advisory Alerts

Overweight landing

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures / Miscellaneous

- APU Fire

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 26 - Fire and Smoke Protection /

APU FIRE

• Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)

- MMEL Entries / ECAM Alert / AIR / APU BLEED FAULT ffs3gdprep.fm

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FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

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Issue 03 NOV 2007

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

- Normal Operations / Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + ILS Raw Data Approach +

Landing + Go Around + Standard Callouts

180 Deg Turn

- Normal Operations / Taxi

Takeoff at heavy weight

- Normal Operations / Takeoff / Takeoff at heavy weight

ILS glide slope from above

- Normal Operations / ILS Approach / Final Approach / Glide Slope Interception From

Above

Velocity Vector

- Supplementary Information / Flight References

Use of MMEL

- Normal Operations / Flight Preparation / MEL

Overweight Landing

- Abnormal operations / Miscellaneous

Emergency Evacuation

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques

• QRH

- EVACUATION

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Assess crew coordination and task sharing.

• Handling : Flight within the below listed criteria should not be achieved at the expense of smooth and good coordination :

Speed : + 10 / - 5 kts

Heading : ± 5°

Tracking :

Altitude :

± 5°

± 100 ft

All phases must be handled safely.

• At this stage, the trainee must be able to start Abnormal and Emergency procedures study.

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

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FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

FFS 4 - TRAINEE 1

E

WEATHER

LFZZ 350/10 6000 OVC 010 30/10 1020

LFLL 350/10 6000 OVC 012 30/10 1020

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 204

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBLYS

TO LFLL ALTN LFZZ

ALTN RTE LYSAIB

EVENTS

„

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R

GW 385t

Co-route AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

FL 110 CRZ TEMP -0°C

90 TROPO 36090

HD 15

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

0:50

„ 1 - TAKE OFF - WINDSHEAR

2 - CLIMB FL 110

„ 3 - ALTERNATE LAW DEMO

DIRECT LAW DEMO

BACKUP MODULE DEMO

„ 4 - STALL RECOVERY

„ 5 - HYD G + Y RSVR LVL LO

6 - DES - STAR

7 - ILS APP - LFLL 36L - ALTN LAW

8 - LANDING

„ 9 - TAXI

1:25

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFLL 36 L

GW 385 t

Co-route LYSAIB

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 ONZON 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 350

10 - TAKE OFF

11 - CLIMB FL 120

12 - ALL GEN FAULT

13 - EMER ELEC CONFIGURATION

„ 14 - DES - STAR

15 - ILS APP - LFZZ 06 - DIRECT LAW

16 - LANDING

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

LFLL 36L / GW 385 t

V1 128 TOGA

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFLL 36L / GW 385 t

V1 138 TOGA

VR 135

v

FLEX 73

V2 140 DERATED

VR 149

v FLEX 73

V2 153 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR FLAPS 3 THS FOR

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 v v v v v v v v v v v

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A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

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Issue 05 FEB 2009

FFS 4 - TRAINEE 2

WEATHER

LFZZ 350/10 6000 OVC 010 30/10 1020

LFLL 350/10 6000 OVC 012 30/10 1020

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 204

FROM LFLL

CPNY RTE LYSAIB

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

2:20

EVENTS

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFLL 36 L

GW 385 t

Co-route LYSAIB

CRZ FL

CI

FL 120 CRZ TEMP -0°C

90 TROPO 36090

HD 15

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

3:00

17 - TAKE OFF

18 - CLIMB FL 120

19 - CRUISE

„

20 - FUEL LEAK (ON FEED TANK)

21 - DES - STAR

22 - RELIGHT IN FLIGHT

„ 23 - FLAPS SYS 1+2 FAULT

24 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R - ALTN LAW

25 - LANDING

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 33R -

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

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 EB)

PAX NUMBER : 350

3:20

26 - TAKE OFF

27 - CLIMB 3000’

„ 28 - EGPWS DEMO - RECOVERY PROC

29 - PRIM 1+2+3 FAULT

30 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R - DIRECT LAW

31 - LANDING

IF TRAINEE 2 CAPTAIN

V1

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFLL 36L GW 385 t

TOGA

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFLL 36L / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

INIT APP - LFZZ 06

GW 385 t

VR

v

FLEX VR

v FLEX

„ 32 - ILS APP - LFZZ 06 - IN ELECTRICAL

EMERGENCY CONFIGURATION

33 - 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 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

V2 DERATED V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 126 TOGA

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 128

v

FLEX 58

V2 135 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

VR 125 v FLEX 57

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR ffs4.fm

A380

FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

FFS 4 SESSION PREPARATION

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Demonstration of FCTL alternate and direct laws.

• Demonstration of backup module

Practice :

• Stall recovery

• Dual hydraulic failure event.

• Emergency electrical configuration event.

• Approach and landing in alternate and direct law.

• EGPWS recovery technique.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• WINDSHEAR RECOVERY TECHNIQUE

• FUEL LEAK

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• F/CTL RECONFIGURATION LAWS

• STALL RECOVERY

• HYD G + Y RSVR LVL LO

• EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL CONFIGURATION

• EGPWS

• FLAPS LOCKED (BEFORE EXTENSION)

• ILS APP in ALTERNATE / DIRECT LAW

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

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FLIGHT CREW TRAINING PROGRAM

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

L F2S

Page 8B

Issue 03 NOV 2007

D. REFERENCES :

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + Windshear + Reconfiguration Law + Stall Recovery + Slats - Flaps protections + Velocity Vector + Taws

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Windshear

- Procedures / Supplementary Procedures / Adverse Weather / Operations in windshear -

Downburst conditions

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV MONITOR RADAR DIS-

PLAY + WINDSHEAR AHEAD WINDSHEAR AHEAD + GO AROUND WINDSHEAR

AHEAD + WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR

Reconfiguration Control Laws

- Aircraft Systems / 27 - Flight Controls / Flight Control System / Reconfiguration Control

Laws

Dual hydraulic failure

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency procedures / 29 - Hydraulic / G + Y SYS PRESS

LO

Emer Elec Config

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency procedures / 24 - Electrical / EMER ELC CONFIG

Fuel leak

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency procedures / 28 - Fuel / Fuel leak

Slats / Flaps Fault

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency procedures / 27 - Slats/Flaps / FLAP SYS 1 + 2

FAULT

All PRIM failure

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency procedures / 27 - Flight Controls / PRIM 1+2+3

FAULT

Taws

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / 34 - Navigation / SURV ffs4gdprep.fm

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

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Issue 03 NOV 2007

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

- Normal Operations / Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + ILS Raw Data Approach +

Landing + Standard Callouts

Velocity Vector

- Supplementary Information / Flight References

Abnormal operations

- Operational philosophy / Flight Control / Laws / Alternate Law + Direct Law + Indications

Dual Hydraulic Failure

- Abnormal operations / Hydraulic

Emer Elec Config

- Abnormal operations / Electrical

Abnormal Flaps and/or Slats Configuration

- Abnormal operations / Flight Controls

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Ability to handle the aircraft in alternate and direct Law.

• Apply good crew coordination and task sharing during abnormal operations, using ECAM and OIS applications.

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

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STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02.04

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FFS 5 - TRAINEE 2

E

WEATHER

LFZZ CALM 6000 OVC 008 15/10 1000

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 205

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE PAT 33R

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

4000 ft CRZ TEMP 0°C

90 TROPO 36090

-

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG 35 %

NOTES

DAY and NIGHT VISUAL FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

RWY COND WET

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

(SID 1B)

PAX NUMBER : 200

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

V2

v

FLEX

DERATED

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 06 / MTOW 569 t

V1 145

v

TOGA

VR 161 FLEX

FLAPS

VR

3

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 06 / MTOW 569 t

V1 146

v TOGA

165

THS FOR

FLEX

V2 167 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

V2 170 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

INIT HOLDING POINT APU RUNNING -

LFZZ 33 R - GW 385 t - DAY VISUAL

Co-Route PAT 33R

0:45

1:00

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

5 - TAKE OFF

„ 6 - ONE ENGINE OUT FAMILARIZATION

3 - ENGINE START / AFTER START

4 - TAXI

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33 R

GW 385 t - DAY VISUAL

Co-Route PAT 33R

„ 7 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FAIL AT VR

8 - RELIGHT

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33 R

GW 385 t - DAY VISUAL

Co-Route PAT 33R

1:25

„ 9 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FIRE AT V2

10 - CLIMB 4000 FT

11 - RADAR VECTORS

12 - ILS APP - ONE ENGINE OUT -

LFZZ 33 R

13 - LANDING - ONE ENGINE OUT

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 06

MTOW 569 t - ZFW 360 t FOB 209 t -

RADAR VECTORS - NIGHT VISUAL

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

1:55

2:05

„ 14 - TAKE OFF

ENGINE STALL AFTER V1

15 - CLIMB 4000 FT

16 - RADAR VECTORS

„ 17 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING PROCEDURE

„ 18 - ILS APP - ONE ENGINE OUT - LFZZ 33R

19 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING

ONE ENGINE OUT

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

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 06

MTOW 569 t - NIGHT VISUAL

RADAR VECTORS

20 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1

21 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

22 - EMER EVAC

v v v v

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FFS 5 - TRAINEE 1

WEATHER

LFZZ CALM 6000 OVC 008 15/10 1000

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 205

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE PAT 33R

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

FL 70

90

-

CRZ TEMP

TROPO

0°C

36090

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG 35 %

NOTES

DAY and NIGHT VISUAL FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

RWY COND WET (SID 1B)

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

PAX NUMBER : 200

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v

FLEX

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 06 / MTOW 569 t

V1 145

v

TOGA

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 06 / MTOW 569 t

V1 146 v TOGA

VR 161

V2 167

FLEX

DERATED

VR 165

V2 170

FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR FLAPS 3 THS FOR

2:20

2:40

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R -

GW 385 t - DAY VISUAL

Co-Route PAT 33R

„ 23 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FAIL AT VR

„ 24 - RELIGHT UNSUCCESSFUL

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t - DAY VISUAL

Co-Route PAT 33R

36 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1

37 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

38 - EMER EVAC

v v v v v

3:45

„ 25 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FIRE AT V2

26 - CLIMB 4000 FT

27 - RADAR VECTORS

28 - ILS APP - ONE ENGINE OUT

LFZZ 33 R

29 - LANDING - ONE ENGINE OUT

v v v v v v v v v v

3:10

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 06 -

MTOW 569 t - ZFW 360 t FOB 209 t

RADAR VECTORS- NIGHT VISUAL

„ 30 - TAKE OFF ENGINE STALL AFTER V1

31 - CLIMB 4000 FT

32 - RADAR VECTORS

„ 33 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING PROCEDURE

„

34 - ILS APP - ONE ENGINE OUT

LFZZ 33R

35 - OVERWEIGHT LANDING

ONE ENGINE OUT

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

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 06 -

MTOW 569 t - RADAR VECTORS

NIGHT VISUAL

v v v v

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FEB 2009

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

Practice :

• TAKE OFF and LANDING with engine failure.

• TAKE OFF with engine failure at MTOW.

• LANDING with engine failure in overweight.

• REJECTED TAKE OFF.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• OVERWEIGHT LANDING

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• ENGINE FAILURE

• ENGINE RELIGHT

• REJECTED TAKE OFF

• EMER EVACUATION

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

D. REFERENCES :

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + One Engine Out + Rejected Takeoff + Emergency evacuation

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Engine Failure After V1 - Continued Takeoff

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines / ENG FAIL

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / Operating Techniques

Engine Stall

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines / ENG STALL

Engine Relight

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / ENG ffs5gdprep.fm

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Engine Fire

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 26 - Fire and Smoke Protection /

ENG FIRE

Overweight landing

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures / Miscellaneous

Rejected Takeoff

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / Operating Techniques

Emergency Evacuation

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Emergency Procedures

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

- Normal Operations / Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + ILS Approach + Landing +

Standard Callouts

Takeoff at heavy weight

- Normal Operations / Takeoff / Takeoff at heavy weight

Engine Failure After V1 - One Engine Inoperative Landing

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques

Overweight Landing

- Abnormal operations / Miscellaneous

Rejected Takeoff + Emergency Evacuation

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques

• QRH

- EVACUATION

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Ability to perform take off and landing ONE ENG OUT.

• Acceptable engine out procedure knowledge.

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FFS 6 - TRAINEE 1

E

WEATHER

LFZZ

270/10 9999 OVC 015 20/10 998

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 206

FROM

CPNY RTE

LFZZ

AIBAIB

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

FL 310 CRZ TEMP -55°C

90 TROPO 36090

-

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND WET

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 310

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 °C VR

v FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

V2 DERATED

FLAPS THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

„

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co route AIBAIB

1 - TAKE OFF

„ 2 - CLIMB FL 350 - TCAS EVENT

„ 3 - FCU BACKUP

„

4 - FMS 1 + 2 FAULT - Restore

5 - CRUISE FL 350

„ 6 - DOOR LEAK

„ 7 - EMERGENCY DESCENT

1:00

INIT FL 350

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB

1:40

„ 8 - ALL ENGINE FLAME OUT

„ 9 - FL 100 RELIGHT ENGINE 1,2,3

10 - RADAR VECTORS

11 - ILS APP ONE ENGINE OUT

LFZZ 33R

12 - GO AROUND ONE ENGINE OUT

„ 13 - RADAR VECTORS - DOWNWIND

14 - TWO ENGINES OUT

15 - ILS APP - TWO ENGINES OUT

LFZZ 33 R

16 - LANDING TWO ENGINES OUT

2:00

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33R

„

17 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FAILURE

BEFORE V1

18 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

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

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FFS 6 - TRAINEE 2

WEATHER

LFZZ

270/10 9999 OVC 015 20/10 998

EVENTS

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 206

FROM

CPNY RTE

LFZZ

AIBAIB

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CRZ FL

CI

ZFW

FL 310 CRZ TEMP -10°C

90 TROPO 36090

-

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG

DAY VISUAL

RWY COND WET

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE OFF

35 %

NOTES

FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

(SID MOU 1N)

PAX NUMBER : 310

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v

FLEX °C

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1

VR

V2

EA GP 7272

TOGA

v FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

2:20

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB

19 - TAKE OFF

20 - CLIMB FL 120 - TCAS EVENT

„ 21 - LEFT MAIN AVIONICS SMOKE

22 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE - RESTORE

23 - RADAR VECTORS

„ 24 - BACKUP SPEED SCALE DEMO

25 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R - DIRECT LAW

26 - LANDING

2:55

INIT FL 350

GW 385 t

Co-route AIBAIB

3:05

„ 27 - DOOR OPEN

28 - EMER DESCENT

„ 29 - FL 150 - ENGINE FAILURE

30 - RADAR VECTORS

31 - ILS APP ONE ENGINE OUT

LFZZ 33 R

32 - GO AROUND ONE ENGINE OUT

„ 33 - RADAR VECTORS - DOWNWIND

34 - TWO ENGINES OUT

35 - ILS APP - TWO ENGINES OUT

LFZZ 33 R

36 - LANDING TWO ENGINES OUT

3:50

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R

GW 385 t

Co-route PAT 33R

„ 37 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1

38 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

39 - EMER EVAC

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 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 v v

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA V1

FLEX °C VR

DERATED

THS FOR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR ffs6.fm

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FFS 6 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

Practice :

• One engine out landing.

• Two engines out landing.

• Rejected take off.

• All engines flame out.

• Avionics smoke

• Back Up Speed Scale (BUSS)

STANDARD COURSE

HANDLING PHASE

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• FCU AFS CTL PNL FAULT

• ENGINE FAILURE

• ENGINE RELIGHT

• TCAS

• REJECTED TAKE OFF

• EMERGENCY DESCENT

• AVIONICS SMOKE

• EMER EVACUATION

B. NEW EXERCISES:

• BACK UP SPEED SCALE (BUSS)

• ALL ENGINES FLAME OUT

• FMS 1 + 2 FAULT

• TWO ENGINES OUT APPROACH & LANDING

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM

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D. REFERENCES :

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + TCAS + All Engines Out + Two Engines Out + Back Up Speed Scale

(BUSS) + FMS 1+2 FAULT + Landing + Rejected Takeoff + Emergency evacuation

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

FCU Back Up

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 31 - Indicating/Recording / CDS

CPT + F/O EFIS CTL PNL FAULT

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 22 - Flight Guidance / AUTO FLT

AFS CTL PNL FAULT

FMS 1 + 2 Fault

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 22 - Flight Management

Emergency Descent

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 21 - Pressurisation / CAB PRESS

EXCESS CAB ALT

All Engines Flame Out

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines

Left Main Avionics Smoke

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 26 - Fire and Smoke Protection

ADR failure + unreliable speed

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 34 - Navigation / ADR 1+2+3 FAULT

+ ALL AIR DATA DISAGREE + UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED INDICATION

BUSS

- Aircraft System / 34 - Navigation / ADIRS / System Description / ADR Monitoring +

Backup Speed and Altitude Scale

Landing with 2 Engines Inoperative (on the same wing)

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / ENG

Engine Relight in Flight

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / ENG

Rejected Takeoff

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / Operating Techniques

Emergency Evacuation

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Emergency Procedures ffs6gdprep.fm

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• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

- Normal Operations / Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + ILS Approach + Landing +

Standard Callouts

FMS 1+2 Fault

- Abnormal operations / Auto Flight

FCU Back Up

- Abnormal operations / Auto Flight

Emergency Descent

- Abnormal operations / Miscellaneous

All Engines Flame Out

- Abnormal operations / Power Plant

Flying the Back Up Speed Scale

- Abnormal operations / Navigation

Smoke / Fumes

- Abnormal operations / Fire Protection

Engine Failure

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques / Engine Failure during Cruise + One Engine

Inoperative Go Around + One Engine Inoperative Landing + Two Engine Inoperatvie

Landing

Rejected Takeoff + Emergency Evacuation

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques

• QRH

- EVACUATION

- SMOKE / FUMES

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Ability to perform approach, landing and go around with one engine out.

• Ability to perform approach and landing with two engines out.

• Satisfactory engine out procedure knowledge.

• Good knowledge and understanding of unreliable speed indication event and satisfactory application of the BUSS.

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E

WEATHER

LFZZ 270/15 3000 SN OVC 009 -2/-4 1019

BIKF 320/18 2000 SN OVC 008 -10/-3 1013

FFS 7 - TRAINEE 2

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 207

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO BIKF ALTN EINN

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

EVENTS

„

INIT HOLDING POINT- LFZZ 33R -

MTOW

Co-route AIBKEF

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

GW -

FL 360 CRZ TEMP -55°C

90 TROPO 36090

-

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB -

0:40

1:00

1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREPARATION

(AIRCRAFT ELECTRICALLY SUPPLIED)

2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION

3 - ENG START / AFTER START

4 - TAXI

5 - TAKE OFF

„ 6 - ENGINE FAIL AFTER V1

„ 7 - JETTISON

8 - NDB APP ONE ENGINE OUT

LFZZ 33R (SELECTED)

9 - GO AROUND ONE ENGINE OUT

„ 10 - RADAR VECTORS - DOWNWIND

11 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33 R

TWO ENGINES OUT

12 - LANDING TWO ENGINES OUT

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

ZFW

300 t

777 000 lb

ZFWCG 35 %

NOTES

DAY VISUAL (down to night)

RWY COND COMPACTED SNOW FOR TAKE OFF

AND WET FOR LANDING FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

AIR COND ON (SID ATN 1N)

ANTI ICE ENG + WING ON PAX NUMBER: 450

E

RR Trent 972

V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / MTOW

v

TOGA V1

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / MTOW

v TOGA

1:40

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 24

MTOW 569 t - ZFW 360 t - FOB 209 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

RR Trent 972

V1 : 126 - VR : 150 - V2 : 158 - TOGA

EA GP 7272

V1 : 154 - VR : 171 - V2 : 175 - Flex 30

„

13 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FAILURE BEFORE V1

14 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

v v v v

VR FLEX VR FLEX

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 124 TOGA

V2 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 125

v

FLEX 57

V2 132 DERATED

VR 125

v FLEX 56

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR FLAPS 3 THS FOR ffs7.fm

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FFS 7 - TRAINEE 1

WEATHER

LFZZ 270/15 3000 SN OVC 009 -2/-4 1019

BIKF 320/18 2000 SN OVC 008 -10/-3 1013

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 207

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE AIBKEF

TO BIKF ALTN EINN

ALTN RTE KEFSNN

2:05

EVENTS

„

INIT HOLDING POINT - LFZZ 33R -

MTOW

Co-route AIBKEF

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

GW -

FL 360 CRZ TEMP -55°C

90 TROPO 36090

-

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

FOB -

2:30

15 - TAKE OFF

16 - ENGINE FAIL AFTER V1

„ 17 - JETTISON

18 - VOR DME APP ONE ENGINE OUT -

LFZZ 33 R (FLS)

19 - GO AROUND ONE ENG OUT

„ 20 - RADAR VECTORS - DOWNWIND

21 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33 R

TWO ENGINES OUT

22 - LANDING TWO ENGINES OUT

ZFW

300 t

777 000 lb

ZFWCG 35 %

NOTES

DAY VISUAL (down to night) FPLN : refer CO-ROUTE

RWY COND COMPACTED SNOW FOR TAKE OFF

AND WET FOR LANDING

AIR COND ON (SID ATN 1N)

ANTI ICE ENG + WING ON PAX NUMBER: 450

2:50

INIT TAKE OFF - LFZZ 24

MTOW 569 t - ZFW 360 t - FOB 209 t

Co-route AIBAIB1

RR Trent 972

V1 : 126 - VR : 150 - V2 : 158 - TOGA

EA GP 7272

V1 : 126 - VR : 150 - V2 : 158 -

„ 23 - TAKE OFF - ENGINE FAILURE

BEFORE V1 - INCAPACITATION

24 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

RR Trent 972

V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / MTOW

v

TOGA

EA GP 7272

V1

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / MTOW

v TOGA

3:00

INIT FL 350

GW 385 t - ZFW 320 t - FOB 65t

Co-route AIBAIB

VR

V2

FLEX

DERATED

VR

V2

FLEX

DERATED

3:45

„ 25 - AIR COND SMOKE

26 - SMOKE / FUMES REMOVAL

27 - DES - RADAR VECTORS

„ 28 - BACKUP SPEED SCALE DEMO

29 - ILS APP - LFZZ 33R - DIRECT LAW

30 - LANDING

„ 31 - EMER EVAC

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 124 TOGA

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 125 TOGA

VR 125

v

FLEX 57

V2 132 DERATED

VR 125

v FLEX 56

V2 132 DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR FLAPS 3 THS FOR

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

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FFS 7 SESSION PREPARATION

01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE :

• Practice one engine out take off / go around.

• Practice two engines out landing.

• Familiarize and practice Back Up Speed Scale (BUSS).

• Crew incapacitation.

• Practice AIR COND SMOKE and SMOKE FUMES REMOVAL procedures

02 - TRAINING TOPICS :

A. REVIEW :

• EMERGENCY DESCENT

• ENGINE FAILURE

• CREW INCAPACITATION

• JETTISON

• BACK UP SPEED SCALE (BUSS)

• TWO ENGINES OUT

• REJECTED TAKE OFF

• EMER EVACUATION

B. NEW EXERCISES :

• AIR COND SMOKE - SMOKE FUMES REMOVAL

C. SUPPORT :

• DVD 1 : FFS briefing guides

• FCOM

• FCTM ffs7gdprep.fm

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D. REFERENCES :

• BRIEFING GUIDES

Taxi + Takeoff + 2 Engines Out + Back Up Speed Scale (BUSS) + Landing + Rejected

Takeoff + Emergency evacuation

• FCOM

Standard flight profile - SOP's

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Standard Operating Procedures

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Task Sharing

- Procedures / Normal Procedures / Normal Checklists

Engine Failure After V1 - Continued Takeoff

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 70 - Engines / ENG FAIL

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / Operating Techniques

Fuel Jettison

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Fuel

ADR failure + unreliable speed

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / 34 - Navigation / ADR 1+2+3 FAULT

+ ALL AIR DATA DISAGREE + UNRELIABLE AIRSPEED INDICATION

BUSS

- Aircraft System / 34 - Navigation / ADIRS / System Description / ADR Monitoring +

Backup Speed and Altitude Scale

Landing with 2 Engines Inoperative (on the same wing)

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / ENG

Rejected Takeoff

- Procedures / Abnormal and Emergency Procedures / Operating Techniques

Crew Incapacitation

- Procedures / Non ECAM Procedures / Miscellaneous

Emergency Evacuation

- Procedures / Not - Sensed Procedures (ABN PROC) / Emergency Procedures

• FCTM

Handling in normal operations

- Normal Operations / Taxi + Before Takeoff + Takeoff + Climb + ILS Approach + Landing +

Standard Callouts

Emergency Descent

- Abnormal operations / Miscellaneous ffs7gdprep.fm

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Flying the Back Up Speed Scale

- Abnormal operations / Navigation

Engine Failure

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques / Engine Failure during Cruise + One Engine

Inoperative Go Around + Two Engine Inoperatvie Landing

Rejected Takeoff + Emergency Evacuation

- Abnormal operations / Operating Techniques

Crew Incapacitation

- Abnormal Operations / Miscellaneous

• QRH

- EVACUATION

- SMOKE / FUMES

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA :

• Good knowledge and understanding of unreliable speed indication event and satisfactory application of the BUSS.

• The application of normal standard operating procedures and FMS initialisation and abnormal procedures in all flight phases is of standard level or above.

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The Airbus Line Oriented Flight Training (ALOFT) session is intended to provide crews with opportunities to enhance their understanding of the A380 and to apply Crew Resource

Management principles to simulated regular airline flight.

Scenarios are intended to produce a busy environment, but should never overload the crew.

In many cases, there is no single 'right' answer but, using their skills and knowledge, the crew should be able to reach a successful conclusion to each scenario. Alternative solutions may provide useful, constructive post-flight discussion.

Relative simple failures are introduced during the flight to enable the session objectives to be met.

To make ALOFT as valuable and realistic as possible, flight documentation (files available in the “INST SUP FLIGHT” menu on Airbus People server) is provided by the instructor to the trainees before the briefing.

The flight briefing will begin 1 hour before the scheduled simulator start time and will take

15-20 minutes. Thereafter the crew will have some time to study the documentation and, for example, decide on the required fuel load, etc.

The take-off time for the flight is considered to be 30 minutes after the simulator session starts.

ALOFT scenario routing is :

- Trainee 1 : Paris-Charles de Gaulle / New-York Kennedy (LFPG / KJFK)

- Trainee 2 : London-Heathrow / New-York Kennedy (EGLL / KJFK)

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01 - TRAINING OBJECTIVE

In order to reply to questions raised by Airbus Operators concerning the use of ground spoilers during Base Training and to harmonize the procedure, the following would be recommended :

Aircraft base training objective is intended to confirm the "transfer of knowledge" from the FFS to the aircraft.

Additionally it gives the trainee the opportunity to experience for the first time the real aircraft behavior in basic manoeuvers such as landing, flare, derotation, etc..

Therefore, we do recommend to arm the spoilers during landing exercises in Base Training.

Nevertheless should any operator wish to continue with the old procedure, we have no objection to do so.

This procedure extensively tested by the Flight Test Division and the Training Division (in addition to those done by Airlines) proved to be very realistic from the point of view of aircraft behavior and has no safety related impact.

The detailed procedure is explained in item “e. Touch and Go”.

To summarise, upon landing, at nose wheel touch down, the TRI will disarm the spoilers by pushing on the speedbrake lever to initiate the retraction sooner.

Disarming the spoilers will also display the pitch trim on the PFD.

The purpose of this procedure instead of waiting for the automatic retraction while advancing the thrust levers is due to the physical position of the thrust levers. Depending on the Fly-By-

Wire aircraft, the automatic retraction will start between a TLA ranging from 20° up to 35°, which is well above the setting for spool up of the engines.

Trainees should read the briefing to understand the content and requirements of the session.

A full briefing will be given by the TRI prior to the flight.

NOTE : when transitioning from another Fly-By-Wire aircraft, following points will be

highlighted during the base training briefing :

• overall cockpit layout

• rotation, pitch attitude target

02 - SCHEDULE

Pre flight briefing duration = 1:00

The TRI will ensure that the trainee has reviewed the walkaround 3D.

03 - GENERAL

Training flights must be conducted in accordance with Airbus training regulations. Training flights at Toulouse or nearby airports will be conducted under the direct authority of the Airbus

Training Director. In the above case the AI/ST Operations Department will be responsible for the organisation, documentation and coordination of the flight training. Flight training away from Toulouse will be undertaken under the joint authority of the AI/ST Team leader and the

Chief Pilot of the customer Airline, using the operational resources of that Airline. Where such training is undertaken, Flight Instructors will observe the Airbus rules regarding the conduct of the Flight Training.

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04 - CREW REPORTING PROCEDURE

Trainees are normally required to report 2 hours before scheduled departure time to Airbus

Training where they will meet their instructor. Whenever a technical delay is known or expected, Airbus Training Operations will advise all persons concerned of the delay and the revised reporting time.

05 - CARRIAGE OF PASSENGERS

The carriage of passengers is limited to technical observers from Airbus or the customer Airline, ATC controllers and other specifically approved by the Airbus Training Director or his

Deputy, and with the agreement of the instructor. The number of passengers may not exceed two. If the aircraft is under customer foreign registry, approval must also be obtained from the

Airline's Representative. Passengers' names will be provided to Airbus Training Operations for inclusion in the flight program.

06 - CONDUCT OF TRAINING FLIGHTS

A. SEATING POLICY

Trainees will occupy their respective operating seats under the supervision of their instructor until cockpit preparation is complete. The instructor will then occupy the appropriate non-flying pilot's seat. Normally, Captain trainees will occupy the left seat, First

Officer trainees the right seat. However, if a First Officer is being type-rated and the licensing authorities require it, the First Officer trainee will be trained in the left seat. The observers' seat will be occupied by the non-flying trainee Pilot.

B. FLIGHT TRAINING POLICY

As a general rule, all the items in the training syllabus should be completed and repeated, if necessary, until proficiency is achieved.

a. Unauthorized Manoeuvres

NO unauthorized manoeuvre which might jeopardize the safety of flight will be allowed.

In addition, NO demonstrations of the flight envelope protection systems will be intentionally carried out unless expressly authorized by the Airbus Training Director or his

Deputy.

b. Engine Failure Simulation (if applicable) :

No simulated engine shutdown is allowed for training purposes. Engine failure will be simulated by setting the thrust lever to the idle stop (having first checked the correct functioning of the other engine. Engine failure on take off or touch and go should only be simulated after the gear has been selected up and, during go around, only after a steady climb attitude has been achieved. Touch and go after a simulated one engine out landing should only be made in exceptional circumstances, a full stop landing should normally be performed.

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c. Check-lists

Full check-lists will be performed. The ECAM landing memo may then be used at instructor discretion to replace full check-lists.

d. Accelerate / Stop

No acceleration / stop training will be conducted in the aircraft. The decision to reject a take-off during a Base Training flight is made exclusively by the instructor who will immediately take over control of the aircraft. A briefing in this regard will be made prior to flight and reinforced during the take-off briefing.

e. Touch and Go

Touch and go are used to reduce the amount of training time wasted in taxying the aircraft back to the holding point and awaiting take-off clearance. In order to maintain a high level of safety they must be conducted in a properly disciplined manner.

The following technique is to be used :

Prior to EVERY touch and go, the instructor will confirm with the trainee that :

- reverse thrust will not be used

- brakes (auto or manual) will not be used

The trainee will : - land the nosewheel after main gear touchdown

- track the runway centreline using rudder pedal inputs only

The instructor will : - disarm spoilers :

During touch and go, pitch trim will reset automatically to the takeoff position and pitch trim display will appear on PFD after one of the following action :

- ground spoilers disarmed or

- Slats/Flaps lever moved or

- at least 3 thrust levers out of idle position

Pitch trim display will also appear if crew presses the pitch

- call ’’STAND UP’’

The trainee will : - advance the thrust levers approximately 2" (5 cm) forward

(to prevent engines reducing to ground idle)

The instructor will : - move flap handle to position 3 and confirm the flaps are running

- reset the rudder trim if necessary

- monitor the forward movement of the pitch trim on the PFD

- place one hand behind the thrust levers ensuring they are advanced

approximately 2" (5 cm)

- call “GO” when aircraft is in the correct configuration (flaps 3 and pitch trim in the green band).

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The trainee will :- advance the thrust levers to the TOGA detent

- maintain the runway centreline.

The instructor will : - monitor engine acceleration

- check FMA announciation (when appropriate)

- check TOGA thrust obtained and call "THRUST SET"

- call "ROTATE" at VAPP

- maintain his hand behind the thrust levers to ensure no inadvertent

reduction of power or no unwanted stop

The trainee will : - rotate the aircraft to the pitch attitude commanded by the SRS or 12.5°if no

FD is available.

(See following diagram)

Note: Aircraft will be safe to fly if the pitch trim is within the green band of the display. However, the optimum take-off handling characteristic will be obtained with the pitch trim in the magenta band sector of the display.

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e. Touch and Go (END)

• Following gear retraction the instructor will call for CLB thrust.

• The trainee will move the thrust levers to the CLB detent

(the FMA will read THR CLB | SRS | GA TRK).

At acceleration altitude or ALT*, whichever occurs first, and F speed : select FLAP 1 and

S speed. Approach may be activated at this stage.

Emergencies :

If the instructor wishes to abandon the touch and go he will call "STOP" simultaneously taking control of the aircraft and bring it to a halt using maximum braking and reverse. Once the aircraft has stopped he will call for any appropriate

ECAM actions. The decision to discontinue a touch and go after the application of

TOGA must only be taken if the instructor is certain that the aircraft cannot safely fly.

Remember there is no V1 on a touch and go. Note that the take-off configuration warning may sound if the application of TOGA is made while the flaps or pitch trim are resetting but still outside of the take-off range.

f. Radio Communications / External Lookout

The instructor is responsible for all radio communications and maintaining a visual lookout for conflicting air traffic. The trainees (including the observer in the jump seat) should be encouraged to back up the instructor in this regard and to immediately inform him of any potential conflict.

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g. Next Exercise

The instructor will inform the trainee of the next exercise to be performed during the downwind leg, and he will confirm the trainees' understanding of this exercise. During each approach, the instructor will remind the trainee whether a full stop, a touch and go, or a go around will be performed.

h. Instructor Take-over

1. In Flight :

On the A380 there is no intermediate step for corrections between voice recommendations (oral guidance) and total take-over by pressing the push-button on the sidestick. Because of the nature of the "fly by wire" system, additive control inputs by the instructor may be of negative value for instruction purposes and can generate confusion in the handling of the trajectory. This should be emphasized and reviewed with the trainees during the preflight briefing. If take over becomes necessary during the flight, the instructor will clearly call "I HAVE CONTROL" and press sidestick priority pushbutton. The trainee will acknowledge by calling "YOU HAVE CONTROL", release the sidestick and observe the red arrow on the sidestick priority panel on the glareshield. Instructor will keep his side priority pushbutton depressed until the aircraft is under full control and it is safe to return control to the trainee. However there may be cases where it is necessary to apply back stick without warning in case of a very late flare. It must be emphasized that a take over is a very rare occurence and that if a take over is necessary the trainee should not regard this as a negative development but the normal take over method for an A380.

2. On Ground :

It should be emphasized that the nosewheel steering tiller should NOT be used at high speeds (GS > 30 kt) because of overcontrolling. Steering inputs from both tillers are additive, and corrective inputs by the instructor can be confusing and potentially dangerous. Should a take over be necessary, the instructor will immediately call out "I

HAVE CONTROL", and if necessary, be prepared to use differential braking to regain control or bring the aircraft to a stop.

i. Fuel Management

For normal flight training sessions, the normal fuel load should be such that the first landing would be performed at approximatly Max LW - 10 tonnes.

(Average consumption: - 13 tonnes / hour).

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j. Automatic Landings

For demonstration purposes, instructors may carry out automatic landings provided the weather and the ILS meet CAT 1 criteria or better. The instructor should be prepared to take manual control immediately if the flight path or roll out deviate. Trainees should be reminded of all the conditions and limitations required prior to conducting an automatic landing during low visibility procedure.

NOTE : See FCOM references for limitations on the use of the automatic landing

system.

k. FMS Use

The FMS should be initialised for the intended flight either by data base company route or by waypoint and PBD. Managed lateral navigation may be used to intercept the first

ILS assisted approach and when weather makes visual flight impossible. All visual circuits should be flown with FD off and TRK/FPA selected. The fact that the approach and runway will remain displayed is of considerable assistance for positioning the aircraft on final approach.

l. Cockpit Preparation and Engine Start

The trainee crew will occupy the left and right seat for cockpit preparation with the instructor supervising from the jumpseat. Just prior to engine start the instructor will occupy either the right or the left seat.

m. Taxi

Little if any power above idle thrust will be required to get the aircraft moving at training weights. Thrust should be used symmetrically. Avoid high thrust settings at low ground speeds due to the risk of ingestion (FOD). Avoid placing engines over unconsolidated or unprepared ground e.g. over the edge of taxiways. Brakes may be checked once the aircraft is moving and thereafter the normal maximum taxi speed should be 30 kt in a straight line, 8 kt for a sharp turn. Due to the position of the flight deck, in between the upper and the lower cabin deck, the pilot eye height of 24ft will be different from many other aircraft. PFD when using ETALS Monitor ND ground speed displays to help assess the taxi speed. Do not "ride" the brakes, as 30 kt is exceeded, apply brakes smoothly and decelerate to 10 kt, release the brakes and allow the aircraft to accelerate again.

NOTE : Use of engine anti-ice increases ground idle thrust, care must be taken on

slippery surfaces. Nosewheel steering is also fly by wire. The inputs of the

nosewheel steering tillers are additive (just like the sidestick).

Care is needed to steer the aircraft smoothly with small tiller inputs.

Sharp turns particularly need care as the rate of response of the nosewheel

to tiller input is not linear.

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n. Take-off

For crosswind take-off, routine use of into-wind aileron is not recommended. In strong crosswind conditions, small amounts of lateral control may be used to maintain wings level, but the pilot should avoid using excessive amounts. This causes excessive spoiler deployement, which increases the aircraft tendency to turn into wind. A two stage power application to TOGA or FLEX is made and the aircraft is kept straight by use of the rudder. At 100kt the connection between the nosewheel steering and the rudder pedals is progressively reduced from 6° to reach 2° at 150kt.

At VR, use a constant pitch rate of about 3°/sec and rotate to a typical all-engine attitude of about 12.5°.

• If some lateral control has been applied on the ground, center the side stick during rotation so that the aircraft gets airborne with a zero roll rate demand.

• After lift off, follow the SRS pitch command bar.

• If one engine has failed, at VR, rotate the aircraft smoothly, using a continuous pitch rate to an initial pitch attitude of 10°.

o. Initial Climb

Having confirmed a positive rate of climb, the gear is retracted and the aircraft climbs away following the FD commands. Care should be taken to restrict control inputs to those necessary to change or correct the flight path only i.e. avoid overcontrolling.

At thrust Reduction Altitude "CLB" will flash on the upper left portion (ATHR) of the PFD.

Move the thrust levers to the CLB detent (two "clicks" from TOGA or one "click" from

FLEX).

The autothrust is now active. At acceleration altitude or ALT*, whichever occurs first, and F speed : select FLAP 1 and S speed. Approach may be activated at this stage.

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p. Circuit Handling

Remember that in pitch the sidestick is demanding "g load" and that in roll it is demanding roll rate. All visual circuits MUST be flown with FD off and TRK/FPA selected, bank angle should be limited to 30°. It is usual to switch FD off at the begining of the downwind leg. Use of managed speed is normal procedure as well as use of autothrust. The standard timing of 3 sec per 100 ft above AAL and corrected for wind by

1 sec per 1 kt may be used from abeam the end of the runway prior to turning base leg.

Turning base leg (end of timing), select F2, gear down and arm spoilers.

The most useful PFD display is the VV symbol to assist in setting the aircraft up on the correct downwind, approach path, to maintain altitude and to avoid gross errors.

NOTE : With FD off, the speed target remains magenta VAPP target since approach

phase is activated.

q. Final Approach and Landing

ILS guidance may be used, if available, for the first ILS assisted visual approach, after this the use of the ILS should be restricted. Trainees are required to demonstrate their ability to fly a visual approach without ILS or VASI guidance. The FD are not to be used for visual approaches. The VV symbol is the most useful aid to establish the correct approach path. Autothrust is normally used, again however, trainees must demonstrate their ability to fly the approach using both manual and automatic thrust. The speed trend arrow is particularly useful for achieving timely and correct thrust response. Care should be exercised to avoid descent through the correct approach path with idle thrust. Late recognition of this situation without prompt thrust increase may lead to considerable speed decay and altitude loss. Endeavour to have the aircraft "stabilised" by 500 ft AGL, that is on the correct approach path at VAPP (and correct configuration) with the appropriate thrust applied ; if stabilisation is not achieved, a go around should be considered.

Avoid any tendency to "duck under" in the later stages of the approach. One dot below the glide at 50 ft is 14 ft below the ideal glide path,

2 dots is 28 ft. When the aircraft's glideslope antenna is at 50 ft the main gear is at 36 ft

AGL and at threshold the main gear is at 34 ft. In any event, avoid destabilisation of the approach in the last 100' to give the best chance of achieving a good touchdown at the required position.

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r. Flare and Landings

1. Standard Landings :

The pilot's view from the cockpit during approach and landing is particularly good.

The cockpit cut off angle is 19° which gives a superb view of the runway close to the aircraft. Students must make sure that they look well ahead during the flare and landing to enhance their ability to judge the position of the aircraft relative to the ground.

Commence a gentle progressive flare at around 40 ft and allow the aircraft to touch down without a prolonged floating flare. At 20 ft "Retard" will be called. Reduce the thrust levers promptly to idle. Do not attempt to "hold the aircraft off" as considerable float may be followed by a hard touchdown.

2. Crosswind Landings :

Either the "forward slip" or the "decrab" technique may be used. The preferred technique is the decrab method ; allow the aircraft to point into wind, pushing it straight with gentle use of rudder during the flare. If the decrab is gentle, little use of into wind aileron will be required if any. For rapid decrab using large or fast rudder inputs, the aircraft will roll conventionally and aileron sidestick inputs will be required.

REMEMBER the sidestick demands roll rate, once the wings are level centre the sidestick.

3. Caution

Avoid flaring high and prolonged "hold offs". Tailstrike will occur if the pitch attitude exceeds the value given 11.5° gear compressed and 13.5° gear not compressed.

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The following documentation will be provided, as appropriate, prior to the commencement of the flight. In particular, the weather folder, notams, ATC flight plan, overflight clearances and computerized flight plan (where necessary), will be provided by AI/ST Operations by the time the crew report for briefing

A. AIRCRAFT UNDER AIRLINE REGISTRATION AND F.O. REGISTRATION

a. Aircraft Documentation

- Contract

- Certificate of insurance

- Airworthiness certificate

- Certificate of aircraft registration

b. Training Documentation

- Radio station licence

- OIS (Onboard Information System)

- QRH (Quick Reference Handbook)

- Airline maintenance LOG (if needed)

- Weight and balance report *

- Charts documentation*

- Notams * / Weather folder *

c. ATC Flight Plan d. Documentation for Flight Outside France

- Certificate of insurance *

- Crew general declaration *

e. Personal Documents

- AI/ST-T flight LOG and briefing book

- Airbus maintenance LOG

- Flight syllabus

- Take-off data cards (if needed)

- Manifests for passengers and cargo *

- Overflight and landing permits *

- Flight crew licence

- Individual licence validation or copy of a telex indicating that the instructor is duly

authorized by the relevant Authorities to conduct the Flight Training.

NOTE : Items marked * are under Airbus Training OPS responsibility, but if any other

document is missing, they will coordinate with the appropriate Office.

f. Flight Logs and Trainees Files

• AI/ST Flight log must be filled in at Airbus Training OPS counter.

• The daily flight log (blue cover) must be filled in.

• The trainee syllabus must be filled in, signed by the instructor AND the trainee (the orignal must be brought back to AI/ST).

• The type rating certificate and certificate of Course completion must be signed by the instructor : originals to be given to the trainee.

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B. AIRCRAFT UNDER AIRBUS REGISTRATION (FWW...)

a. Aircraft Documentation

• Permit to fly : DGAC "LAISSER PASSER EXCEPTIONNEL" **

• Certificate of insurance **

• QRH (Quick Reference Handbook) **

• Airbus maintenance LOG **

b. Training Documentation

- Weight and balance report *

- Charts documentation *

- Notams *

- Weather folder *

- AI/ST-T flight LOG

- AI/ST-T briefing book

- Flight syllabus

- Take-off data cards (if needed)

c. ATC Flight Plan * d. Documents for Flight Outside France

- Certificate of insurance

- Crew general decleration

e. Personal Documents

- Manifests for passengers and cargo

- Overflight and landing permits

- Flight crew licence

- Instructor licence

NOTES :

• Items marked * are under Airbus Training OPS responsiblity, but if any document is missing contact Airbus Training OPS who will coordinate with the appropriate Office.

Items marked ** are under AI/EV - OPS responsibility.

• AIRBUS FLIGHT LOG must be filled in at AI/EV - OPS after the flight.

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1 - TAXI - NORMAL - 90° ONTO RWY

2 - TAXI - 180° ON RWY

3 - TAXI - 180° BACK TRACK

4 - TAKE-OFF

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6 - VISUAL CIRCUIT - NON ILS ASSISTED - TOUCH AND GO

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Observations

TOW = MLW

Day

Dry

Left Xwind 15 kt

8 - TAKE-OFF

9 - VISUAL CIRCUIT - NON ILS ASSISTED

TOW = MLW

Day

Dry

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10 - TAKE-OFF

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12 - LOW LEVEL GO AROUND (not below 50 ft) DUE BLOCKED RWY

13 - VISUAL CIRCUIT - NON ILS ASSISTED

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Dry

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Gust 25 kt with windshear alert

Turbulence 25%

14 - TAKE-OFF

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16 - LANDING IN CONFIG 3

Dusk

Wet

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17 - TAKE-OFF

18 - ENGINE FLAME OUT 15 KT BELOW V1

19 - REJECTED TAKE-OFF

TOW = MLW

MTOW

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20 - TAKE-OFF

21 - N -1 AFTER LANDING GEAR RETRACTION COMPLETED then

REDUCE TO MLW

22 - N -1 VISUAL CIRCUIT - NON ILS ASSISTED

23 - N -1 GO AROUND FROM CAT 1 MINIMUM

24 - N -1 VISUAL CIRCUIT - NON ILS ASSISTED

MTOW

Night

Dry

Left Xwind 10 kt

25 - TAKE-OFF

26 - VISUAL CIRCUIT - ILS ASSISTED

TOW = MLW

Night

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27 - TAKE-OFF

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MTOW

LH pattern

CM1

RH pattern

CM2

ATH

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CM1 CM2

CM1 CM2

CM1 CM2

CM1 ONLY

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01 - GENERAL

ZERO FLIGHT TIME Base Training is proposed to customers having a prior agreement on this subject with their respective regulatory authority.

02 - PREREQUISITES

The Airbus Training Policy regarding the ZFTT is compliant with the JAR-FCL 1 Subpart F,

Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.261 (c) (2).

A. PILOT EXPERIENCE

In addition to the standard Airbus prerequisites, ZFTT shall only apply to candidates of multi-pilot aeroplanes having more than :

• 500 hours flight time or 100 routes sectors on a relevant aircraft type if a level D FFS is used

• 1 500 hours flight time or 250 route sectors on a relevant aircraft type if a level C FFS is used.

NOTE : a relevant aircraft type is defined as a turbo jet transport category aeroplane

having a MTOW of not less than 10 tons or an approved passenger seating

configuration for not less than 20 passengers.

B. OPERATOR CRITERIA

• See appendix 1 to JAR FCL 1.261(c)(2)

03 - ZERO FLIGHT TIME BASE TRAINING DESCRIPTION

• The session briefing shall include exterior inspection (Video or PowerPoint presentation)

(wall around 3D).

• The trainee occupies his respective seat while the AIRBUS instructor is in the other seat.

The second trainee observes the session from the jump seat.

• A minimum of 6 Take-Offs and 6 manual Full Stop Landings in varying winds, turbulence, see syllabus RWY status and visual conditions (A.THR On or Off) are required.

• TOW = MLW, except as defined for the applicable exercise.

• Visual Circuits shall be flown at 1500 ft AGL Weather is CAVOK with turbulence 15%, except if otherwise specified.

• Selection of airport is at the discretion of the instructor but preferably on a limited RWY fitted with ILS, VASI and/or PAPI.

• Performance to be computed by the Trainee for the applicable RWY conditions / ATIS at

MTOW and TOW = MLW

• Remaining time may be devoted to repeat patterns as required.

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LH SEAT

ˆ

RH SEAT

ˆ

DAY

Flight time :

Weather :

GA TG FS NIGHT GA

Flight time :

Malfunctions :

TG FS

1 - EXTERIOR INSPECTION

2 - COCKPIT PREPARATION (1)

3 - ENGINE START (1)

4 - TAXI

5 - TAKE-OFF - EXTENDED DOWNWIND

6 - VISUAL APPROACH (ILS SUPPORTED IF AVAILABLE)

7 - TOUCH AND GO (2)

8 - GO AROUND ALL ENGINES

9 - FULL STOP LANDING ALL REVERSERS (3)

According to AMC FCL 1.261(c)

For multi-pilot aeroplanes where the student pilot (captain and first officer) has more than 500 hours

MPA experience in aeroplanes of similar size and performance, Base Training should include at least 4 landings of which at least one should be a full stop landing.

In all other cases the student should complete at least 6 landings.

(1) Item to be completed only by the Trainee starting the base training flight

(2) Repeat 'Touch and go' up to proficiency with the following minima :

- each pilot shall complete at least 3 touch and go

- each pilot shall complete 1 circuit in manual thrust

(3) Each pilot shall complete 1 full stop landing

ONE APPROACH ONE ENGINE OUT if required by local authority

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01 - GENERAL

The Low Visibility Operations (L.V.O.) course provides the specific training required to prepare trainees to practice CAT II / III approaches and low visibility take-off as allowed by local

Authorities. The training is based on JAR-OPS 1.450

02 - COURSE DURATION

Standard crew :

(1 Captain + 1 F/O)

Non Standard Crew :

• 2 Captains

• 2 First Officers

Training practice

3 hours / crew

2 hours / Captain

2 hours / First Officer

Number of session

1 x 3:00 FFS session

1 x 4:00 FFS session

1 x 4:00 FFS session

03 - COURSE PREPARATION

The CBT self study is available on the trainee’s DVD and must be completed before the

L.V.O. session. The trainee will sign this sheet and provide it to the instructor during the briefing.

I, (name)............................... certify I’ve done the L.V.O. self study.

Date :

Signed :

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DAY 1

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A. STANDARD CREW

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DAY 2

3:00

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• Training practice 3:00

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WEATHER

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Dew Point 1 QNH 1020 QFE 991

L.V.O. FFS - TRAINEE 1

AIRLINE OPERATIONAL MINIMUM :

ACTIVE / INIT

LOW VISIBILITY TAKE-OFF

APPROACH : CAT II FLT NBR A/L ID 181

FROM LFZZ

CPNY RTE -

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

Approach

Take-off minimum

CRZ FL

CI

TRIP WIND

GW

ZFW

VR

V2

V1

VR

V2

4000 ft CRZ TEMP -5°C

90 TROPO 36090

HD 15

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG 35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : Refer Co route

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ENG ON

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

v

FLEX

DERATED

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ACTIVE / PERF

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

V1

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

ACTIVE / PERF

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

200 ft / 550 m

100 ft / 300 m

50 ft / 200 m

20 ft / 125 m

NO DH /

75 m

0 ft / 0 m

100 ft /

300 m

CAT III

STANDARD CREW or FIRST CREW MEMBER IF

NON-STANDARD CREW

„ 1 - SHORT SET UP AND ELECTRONIC START

FOLLOWED BY POSITIONING ON THE

RUNWAY

„ 2 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY, FOG

PATCHES,

CONTINUE TAKE-OFF WITH YAW BAR

„ 3 - FULL BRIEFING, APPROACH, AUTOLAND

4 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

„ 5 - APPROACH AND DEMO OF VISUAL

SEGMENT IN CAT I/II/III WEATHER

„ 6 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY, ENGINE

FAILURE AT V1. RELIGHT

„ 7 - REPOSITIONING ON FINAL AND DEMO OF

EQUIPMENT FAILURE

„ 8 - APPROACH AND GO AROUND DUE TO

AUTOLAND LIGHTS (LOSS OF LOC

TRANS MITTER BELOW 200 FT)

„

9 - APPROACH, BOTH AUTO THRUST FAILURE

ABOVE 1 000 FT

10 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

11 - APPROACH. NO VISUAL CONTACT AT

MINIMA. ENGINE FAILURE DURING GO

AROUND

„ 12 - APPROACH AND LANDING ONE ENGINE OUT.

13 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

„ 14 - APPROACH. NAV ATT DISCREPANCY

BELOW 1 000 FT. GO AROUND

„ 15 - APPROACH. NO FLARE. LANDING

„ 16 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY, FOG

PATCHES,

REJECTED TAKE-OFF DUE TO ENGINE

FAILURE

17 - TAKE-OFF WITH CM1 INCAPACITATION.

NO CROSSCHECKS CALL BY CM1 AT 100

KT

(ONLY FOR FIRST OFFICER)

FLAPS THS FOR FLAPS THS FOR

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L.V.O. FFS - TRAINEE 2

AIRLINE OPERATIONAL MINIMUM :

LOW VISIBILITY TAKE-OFF

ACTIVE / INIT

FLT NBR A/L ID 181

APPROACH : CAT II

FROM LFZZ TO LFZZ ALTN LFLL

Approach

Take-off minimum

CPNY RTE -

ALTN RTE AIBLYS

CAT III

SECOND CREW MEMBER ADDITIONAL EXERCISES

IF NON STANDARD CREW

CRZ FL

CI

4000 ft CRZ TEMP -5°C

90 TROPO 36090

HD 15

TRIP WIND

GW

ACTIVE FUEL & LOAD

385 t

847 000 lb

FOB

65 t

143 000 lb

ZFW

320 t

704 000 lb

ZFWCG 35 %

NOTES

RWY COND DRY FPLN : Refer Co route

AIR COND ON

ANTI ICE ENG ON

E

RR Trent 972

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v

FLEX 49

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

EA GP 7272

ACTIVE / PERF

LFZZ 33R / GW 385 t

V1 TOGA

VR

V2

v FLEX

DERATED

FLAPS 3 THS FOR

100 ft /

300 m

100 ft /

300 m

18 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

„ 19 - FULL BRIEFING, APPROACH, AND AUTOLAND

20 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

21 - APPROACH. AP1 DISENGAGE BELOW

1 000 FT GO AROUND

„ 22 - APPROACH. ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE

1 000FT. REVERT TO CAT III A OR HIGHER

MINIMUM

„ 23 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY, FOG PATCHES,

CONTINUE TAKE-OFF WITH YAW BAR

ENGINE FAILURE AFTER V1. RELIGHT

24 - APPROACH. ENGINE FAILURE BELOW

100 FT. AUTOLAND

25 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

26 - APPROACH. GO AROUND DUE AUTOLAND

LIGHTS (EXCESSIVE DEVIATION)

27 - APPROACH IN CAT II. AUTOLAND LIGHTS

WARNING WHEN IN VISUAL

(LOSS OF G/S AT 150 FT)

28 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

29 - REPOSITIONING ON FINAL, APPROACH

WITH CAT III MINIMA. RA 2 FAULT ABOVE

1000FT

REVERT TO CAT II MINIMA

30 - TAKE-OFF LOW VISIBILITY

31 - APPROACH. LONG FLARE. LANDING

„ 32 - LOW VISIBILITY REJECTED TAKE-OFF DUE

TO ENGINE FAILURE

33 - TAKE-OFF WITH CM1 INCAPACITATION. NO

CROSSCHECKS CALL BY CM1 AT 100KT

(ONLY FOR FIRST OFFICER)

ACTIVE / PERF ACTIVE / PERF

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

THS FOR

V1

VR

V2

FLAPS

TOGA

FLEX

DERATED

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE

• To complete L.V.O. training so that the crew reaches the required level of proficiency for

CAT II / III approaches and low visibility take-off operations.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS

A. INTRODUCE

• CAT II / III approaches and low visibility take-off training.

B. EXERCICES / REFERENCES :

• AUTOFLIGHT LIMITATIONS

• VISUAL SEGMENT

• TASK SHARING / PRECISION APPROACHES

• REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

C. SUPPORT

• FCOM

• Getting to grips with CAT II / III on DVD 1

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA

• The crew has reached a good level of proficiency so as to operate in low visiblity.

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