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3.6 Landing Briefing
4 Use of automation
4.1 Recommendations for optimum use of automation
4.1.1 General
4.1.2 Interfacing with automation
5 Exterior Inspection (Walk Around)
5.1 General
5.2 Walk Around
6 Loading
6.2 Definitions (weights and centre of gravity)
6.3 Aircraft weights
6.4 LPC load sheet
6.5 Conventional load sheet, manual calculation
6.5.1 Fuel index table
6.5.2 DOW / DOI A320 for conventional Load sheet
6.6 Last minute changes procedure
6.7 Standard Weight Values
7 Resetting of computers and C/B’s
7.1 Tripped C/B reengagement in flight
7.2 Computer reset
7.2.1 On ground
7.2.2 In flight
7.2.3 BSCU reset (in-flight and on ground)
7.3 ECAM advisories
8 Stabilized approach
8.1 Definition
8.2 Philosophy of stabilized approach
9 Landing technique
9.1 Final approach
9.2 Flare
10.3.1 Tilt
10.3.2 Gain
10.3.3 WX+T and TURB modes
10.4 Spotting dry hail
Turbulence versus altitude
10.5 Turbulence above cloud tops
10.6 Colour gradient
10.7 Pilot behaviour with significant weather
10.8 Severe turbulence:
11 Winter operation
11.1 Flight planning
11.1.1 General
11.1.2 Runway contamination
11.1.3 Required landing distance
11.2 Definitions
On ground operation
11.2.1 Securing the aircraft for cold soak
11.2.2 Engine start in cold weather
11.3 De-icing on ground
11.3.1 Clean aircraft concept
11.3.2 Exterior inspection
11.3.3 Clear ice phenomenon
11.3.4 General checks
11.3.6 Final check before aircraft dispatch
11.3.7 Procedures
11.4 Taxiing in icing conditions
11.5 Take off on contaminated runways
11.5.1 Runway contamination
11.5.2 Performance Optimization
11.5.3 Flap setting
11.5.4 Recommended procedure
11.5.5 Crosswind limits
11.6 Aircraft contamination in flight
11.6.1 General
11.6.2 Engine anti-ice
11.6.3 Wing anti-ice
11.7 Landing on contaminated runways
11.7.1 Crosswind limits for landing on contaminated runways
11.8 Low temperature effect on altimeter indication
11.8.1 Corrections
11.8.2 Example
12 Handling of abnormal and emergency situations
12.1 Types of failures
12.2 Color code
12.3 Warning / Caution classification
12.4 Use of QRH
12.4.1 Scope
12.4.2 Contents
12.4.3 Use of summaries in the QRH
12.5 Task sharing for abnormal and emergency procedures
12.6 Use of autopilot
12.7 Landing distance
12.8 Memory Items
12.8.1 Windshear
12.8.2 Windshear ahead (PWS)
12.8.3 TCAS
12.8.4 EGPWS
12.8.5 Loss of braking
12.8.6 Emergency descent
12.8.7 Unreliable speed indication
12.8.8 Rejected T/O / Emergency Evacuation
13 Descent planning
13.1 General
13.2 Energy management
13.2.1 General
13.2.2 Energy circle displayed on the ND
13.2.3 Factors affecting the descent path of the aircraft
13.3 The economical descent
13.3.1 General
13.3.2 Planning for an economical descent
13.3.3 A word about track miles
13.3.4 Remaining on the 3° descent path
13.3.5 Strategies for intercepting the 3° descent path from above and below
13.4 Conclusion
14 Minimum Equipment List (MEL)
14.1 Objectives
14.2 General application of the MEL
14.2.1 Handling of maintenance messages displayed on ECAM status page
14.2.2 CAT2, CAT3 SINGLE, CAT3 DUAL automatic approach and landing
14.2.3 Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM)
14.2.4 Required Navigation Performance (RNP)
14.3 Structure of the MEL
14.3.1 Section 00 General
14.3.2 Section 00E
14.3.3 Section 01 MEL
14.3.4 Section 02 Operational Procedure
14.4 Presentation of the MEL
15 RNAV
15.1 General
15.2 Dispatch requirements
15.3 Required Navigation Performance (RNP)
15.3.1 General
15.3.2 Without GPS PRIMARY
15.3.3 With GPS PRIMARY
15.4 B-RNAV in European airspace
15.4.1 General
15.4.2 Procedures
15.5 P-RNAV for terminal procedures
15.5.1 General
15.5.2 Procedures
15.6 Position Computation
15.6.1 Mix IRS Position
15.6.2 GPS Position
15.6.3 Radio Position
15.6.4 FM Position
15.6.5 Evaluation of position accuracy
15.7 RNAV approaches with vertical guidance
15.7.1 Coding requirements
15.7.2 Flight crew Procedures
15.7.3 Approach monitoring
15.8 Non Precision Approaches with engine-out
16 RVSM
16.1 General
16.2 General procedures
16.3 Pre-flight procedures
17.1.2 180° turn on the runway
17.1.3 Taxiing with one engine
17.1.4 Taxiing in icing conditions
17.2 Brakes
17.2.1 General
17.2.2 Brake temperature limitations requiring maintenance action
17.2.3 Brakes hot (ECAM warning)
17.2.4 General recommendations
18 CAT II, CAT III Operations
18.1 Definitions
18.1.1 Decision height
18.1.2 Alert Height
18.1.3 Runway Visual Range
18.1.4 Fail passive automatic landing system
18.1.5 Fail operational automatic landing system
18.2 Decision height and alert height concept
18.2.1 Decision height concept:
18.2.2 Alert height concept
18.3 Visual Segments
18.3.1 CAT II
18.3.2 CAT III
18.4 Runway characteristics
18.4.1 Runway Length
18.4.2 Runway Width
18.4.3 Runway Slope
18.4.4 Visual Aids-Runway Lights
18.4.5 Runway Edge Lights
18.4.6 Threshold Lights
18.4.7 Runway End Lights
18.4.8 Runway Centerline Lights
18.4.9 Touchdown Zone Lights
18.4.10 Taxiway Edge Lights
18.4.11 Taxiway Centerline Lights
18.4.12 Stop Bars
18.4.13 Approach Light System
18.5 List of required equipment
18.6 Approach preparation
18.7 Landing
18.7.1 Low Visibility Procedure for Cat II/III landing
18.7.2 Commencement and Continuation of Approach (Approach Ban)
18.7.3 Summary Limitations
18.8 Failures and associated actions
18.8.2 Abnormal Procedures
18.9 Effect on Landing Minima of temporarily failed or downgraded Equipment
18.10 Autoland in CAT I or better weather conditions
18.10.1 Airports requirements
18.10.2 Crew procedures
18.10.3 Limitations
18.11 Training and Qualifications
18.12 Type and command experience
19 Low visibility Takeoff
19.1 General
19.2 Take Off Minima
19.3 Ground Facilities Requirement for Take Off
20 Performance
20.1 Ground Speed Mini Function
20.1.1 Speed mode in approach phase
20.1.2 Ground speed mini function principle
20.1.3 Terminology
20.1.4 Speed Computation
20.1.5 Example
20.2 Take off performance considerations
20.3 Wind altitude trade for constant specific range
20.4 Landing field length requirements
20.4.1 Dispatch requirements
20.4.2 Actual landing field length requirements (in-flight calculation)
20.4.3 Summary
21 Limitations
• Technical limitations
21.1 Technical limitations
21.1.1 General
21.1.2 Flight instrument tolerances
21.1.3 Opearting temperatures
21.1.4 Cabin pressure
21.1.5 Structural weight limits
21.1.6 Speeds
21.1.7 Use of autopilot
21.1.8 Automatic approach, landing and roll out
21.1.9 Weather
21.1.10 Fuel
21.1.11 Hydraulic
21.1.13 Oxygen
21.1.14 Electrical
21.1.15 APU
21.1.16 Engine
21.2 Operational Limitations
21.2.1 Cockpit Preparation
21.2.7 Approach
21.2.8 Landing
21.2.9 After Landing
21.2.10 Parking
21.2.11 Leaving Aircraft
22 Abreviations
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