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Normal Procedures
Initial Climb
Flap Retraction
Early Turn
Flex Thrust
FCU Handling
Control Laws
Side-Stick Handling
High Speed Protection
Normal Law
Alternate Law
High AOA Protection
Direct Law
Alternate Law Protections- Summary
Roll
Low Speed Stability
High Speed Stability
Direct Law - Summary
Load Factor
Pitch
Low / High Speed
Preparation
Descent Monitoring
FMGS
Descent In Icing Conditions
Deceleration
Holding
Intermediate Approach
From an Unstable Approach
From Level Flight
Without Selecting TOGA
Flight Director
Decelerated ILS Approach
Managed Speed
Selected Speed
Automatic Non Precision Final Approach
Localiser
Vertical Profile
Horizontal Profile
MDA Or When Visual
Manual Non-Precision Approach Flight Director Off
Circling Approach
FMGS Set-Up
Initial Approach
Circling Manoeuvre
Go Around
AWOPs
Departure - Additional Considerations
Take Off Ban
Arrival
Modes
Failures
Downgrade
Below 1000 Feet
Below 200 Feet
Go-Around From Low Altitude
Approach Ban
RVR Unavailable
Typical Minima & Required Visual References
Incapacitation
Landing Technique
Flare & Touchdown
Crosswind Landing
Landing Roll
Wind Corrections - Final Approach
Speeds - Summary
Autothrust - Summary
Arming
Activation
Disconnection
Retard Mode
Alpha Floor Protection
Engine Start - Summary
Auto-Start
Manual Start
Limits
Altimeter Callouts
Situation Awareness
Maintaining SA - Descent and Approach
Descent Speed
Descent Profile
Fast Descents Below 10000ft
Distractions Below FL100
6000ft at 20 DME at 250kt
3800ft at 12 DME at 210kt, Flap 1
2500ft at 8 DME at 180kt
1500ft at 4.5 DME at 160kt
Glideslope Intercept from Level Flight
Simultaneous Intercept of the Localiser and Glideslope
Weather
Summary
Conclusion
Team Skills and Complex ECAM Procedures
ECAM Procedure
STATUS
DODAR
Descent Checklist
Approach
Non-Normal Procedures
ECAM Operation
Engine Failure
Recognition
Take-Off Technique
ECAM Vital Actions
EO Mode
Immediate Return
Wing Anti-Ice
Single Engine Automatic Approaches
Single Engine Manual Approaches
Constant Power Technique
Heavyweight Single Engine Approach
Single Engine Go-Around
Engine-Out Climb
Engine Out Cruise
Emergency RT Calls
Rejected Take-Off
RTO - Engine Fire
Emergency Descent
Handling Pilot
Non Handling Pilot
After Level Off
Raw Data ILS
Speed Control
Speed and Landing Distance Corrections for Failures
Approach Speed
Landing Distance Procedure
Landing Without Slats and/or Without Flaps
PFD Indications
ECAM
Final Approach
Go-Around
Dual Hydraulic Failures
Basic Considerations
Landing
Dual FMGC Failure
Bus Faults
DC ESS Bus Fault
Dual Generator Failure
Differences
Smoke
Cargo Smoke
Lavatory Smoke
Avionics/Air Conditioning/Cabin Equipment Smoke?
Phase One: If Perceptible Smoke
Phase Two: If Smoke After 5 Min
Phase Three: Before L/G Extension
Dual Engine Failure
Captain’s Role
First Officer’s Role
Navigation and IMC Approach
Note
QRH Memory Items
Flightdeck Familiarisation
Taxiing
Take Off
Circuit
Base-leg
Final
Landing
Bounce
Touch and Go
External & Internal
Route Training
Conversion Course
Objectives
Standard Required on Completion
Licence Check
Safety
Schedule
AWOPs Limitations
Weather Limitations
Planned Sectors
Initial Sectors and Landings - with a BTC or LTC
Grading - Route Training
Report Writing
Progress
Trancomm
Release Safety Pilot
Gate 1
Gate 2
Scoring Complete
Route Check Standard
Ready for Route Check
Conversion Course Route Check
Annual Route Check
Administration
Conducting a Check
Grading - Route Checks
Standard Required
Line Continuation Training
Training Considerations
Pre-Command Training
Command Course
Command Training Considerations
Phase 1 - Conversion Training
Phase 2 Command Training
Phase 3 - Route Check Practice
Command Course Route Check
Onboard the Aircraft
Debriefing
A Short, Standard Sector
Pre-Flight Preparation
Cabin Crew
Pre-Flight Set-Up
Departure Briefing
Captain Handling
Start & Push Back
Initial Climb - Sid ⇒⇒ FL 100
Climb FL 100 ⇒⇒ FL 200
Climb FL 200 ⇒⇒ TOC
Cruise
Arrival Briefing
Descent
Training the Visual Approach on the Airbus
Initial Approach in IMC
When Visual
Finals
100ft
50ft
30ft
Flare
After Touchdown
LIMITATIONS
PLANNING
LOADING
PASSENGERS
FLIGHT OPERATIONS
ADVERSE WEATHER
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British Airways Airbus A319 A320 Flight Training Study Guide

British Airways Airbus A319 A320 Flight Training Study Guide

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