FIS 2012

June 2012

Flight Instructor Seminar / Chicago, June 13th and 14th, 2012

The New Golden Rules
Presented by Captain David Owens / Senior Director Flight Crew Training Policy

FIS 2012

June 2012

EBT, what is Airbus doing?

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The new golden rules

1. The aircraft and communicate: 1. Fly, navigatecan be flown like any other aircraft. 1. Fly, navigate and communicate: that navigate, communicate – in 1. Fly, in this order and with appropriate tasksharing. order. 2. Fly, navigate and communicate: that navigate, communicate – in 1. Fly, in this order and with appropriate tasksharing. order. 2. One head up at all times. 1. Fly, navigate andall appropriate tasksharing. 2. One head up atwith times. in this order and communicate: 3. One head up at all times. 2. Cross check the accuracytasksharing. in this order and with appropriate of the FMS. 3. Cross check the accuracy of the FMS. 2. Know checkthe at all times. the FMS. 3. Cross your FMAFMA at all times. FMS. 4. Understand the accuracy of the Cross check the accuracy of 2. Understand the FMAlevel of automation at all times. 3. Use theyour FMA at all times. Know your FMA at all times. 4. Know appropriate at all times. 3. When things don’t all times. 4. Know your FMA at go times. 5. Know your FMA at all as expected – TAKE OVER. 3. Take action if thingsgo as expected – TAKE OVER. 4. Understand the FMA doas expected – TAKE OVER. 5. When things don’t go all times. expected. When things don’t at not go as 4. Use the proper level of automation – TAKE OVER. 5. When things don’t go as expected – TAKE task. 6. When things don’t go as expected for the OVER. 4. Use the appropriate level of go as expected.task. 5. Take action if things do not automationtheall times. 6. Use the proper level of automation for the task. Use the proper level of automation for at 5. Practice proper level of automation for the task. 6. Use the proper level of automationeach other. 7. Use the task sharing and back-up for the task. 6. Practice task sharing and back-up each other. 7. Practice task sharing and back-up each other. 7. Practice task sharing and back-up each other. 8. Practice task sharing and back-up each other.
FMA: Flight Mode Annunciator

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The new golden rules

1. Fly, navigate and communicate:
in this order and with appropriate tasksharing.

• Fly the Aircraft, Fly the Aircraft, Fly the Aircraft… • Don’t allow anything to distract you from your role as PF or PNF! • PNF must ACTIVELY MONITOR the flight parameters and highlight any excessive deviations. • Both pilots must maintain their Situational Awareness and immediately resolve any uncertainty as a crew.

PF: Pilot Flying

PNF: Pilot Non Flying

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2. Use the appropriate level of automation at all times.
• The appropriate level of automation depends upon the situation and the task. Pilot judgment prevails, including selecting manual flight.

• Understand the implication of the intended level of automation.
• Select the intended level. • Confirm the expected aircraft reaction.

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3. Understand the FMA at all times.
• Monitor your FMA. • Announce your FMA.

• Confirm your FMA.
• Understand your FMA.

FMA: Flight Mode Annunciator

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4. Take action if things do not go as expected.
• By PF changing the level of automation. • By PF reverting to manual flight. • By PNF taking action, • Question. • Challenge. • Take-over.

PF: Pilot Flying

PNF: Pilot Non Flying

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Conclusion

CONCLUSION
1. Training could drive a step-change in safety. 2. But training must evolve…

3. To evolve, our industry needs data and Evidence.
4. Take these Golden Rules back to your operation as a reminder.

“Fly the Aeroplane”
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