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A330 EXERCISE
LESSON NAME: OVERVIEW Command Instrument Rating Test

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This is a Command Instrument Rating Test for the initial issue or renewal of a Command Instrument Rating. This exercise is conducted at Melbourne (YMML) and Avalon (YMAV) on a Melbourne to Avalon training sector where AVALON Airspace and Tower are active and Controlled Aerodrome procedures apply.

OBJECTIVE(S) Satisfy Command Instrument Rating Test requirements for issue or renewal of applicable Instrument Rating and Navigation Aid Endorsements for A330 Captains and First Officers.

PROFICIENCY CRITERIA The Trainee shall demonstrate their ability to: Display satisfactory knowledge of Quiz and Discussion items as outlined in CASA Form 645 and the Lesson Guide. Perform normal and abnormal (non-normal) manoeuvres and procedures in accordance with Aircraft Operating Procedures as outlined in the Lesson Guide. Safely operate under the IFR to the standard specified in CAO 40.2.1 APPENDIX I. Demonstrate sound handling of the A330 aircraft in various phases of flight.

BRIEFING Session to be conducted by a nominated Training Captain Category A or B. 60-minute briefing prior to commencement of this simulator exercise. Trainee renewing qualification with Instrument Rating that has expired for more than 12 months must complete the full Initial Instrument Rating Test. Crew complement for the Instrument Rating Test shall normally be: 1. Two Command Trainees. 2. One Command Trainee + One First Officer Trainee. 3. Two First Officer Trainees. 4. Trainee + nominated Support Pilot as approved by Training Management or CASA.

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QUIZ ITEMS CASA Form 645 Items

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REFERENCE Include but may not be limited to: CASA Form 645 - "Instrument Rating Application Preflight Examination. CAO 40.2.1 - "Instrument Rating" CAO 40.1.0 - "Aircraft Endorsements - Aeroplanes CAO 40.1.5 - "Conditions on Air Transport Pilot (Aeroplane) Licence http://www.airservicesaustralia.com/publications/ http://www.airservicesaustralia.com/publications/ http://www.casa.gov.au/

Flight & Duty Time Limitations DME Arc and Arrivals/Procedures Flight Tolerances Memory Items - Recalls Aircraft Limitations Asymmetric Procedures and Certification Turbulence Penetration

CAO 48 Part 48 See above references CAO 40.2.1 - "Instrument Rating" Aircraft Operating Manual Aircraft Operating Manual Aircraft Operating Manual, CAO 40.7.1B Aircraft Operating Manual

DISCUSSION ITEMS Exercise Content Unusual Attitude Recovery Techniques RNAV (GNSS) as required

REFERENCE Instrument Rating Test Lesson Guide Aircraft Operating Manual RNAV (GNSS) Coordinated Briefing and GNS1 Lesson Guide

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EXERCISE CONTENT & ASSESSABLE TASKS

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Denotes Matrix Item/Tasks Assessed

CAPTAIN & FIRST OFFICER MATRIX ITEMS (Tasks) Quiz Items Flight on Standby Attitude Instruments Steep Turns (as required per CASA form 645) NDB Tracking NDB Holding Non ILS Approach - NDB Non ILS Approach - VOR Take Off Engine Failure After V1 Go Around Engine Out ILS Approach Manually Flown Without Flight Director Circling Approach Non ILS Approach - DME Arrival as required Non ILS Approach - RNAV (GNSS) as required

The renewal of an ILS endorsement shall renew a LLZ and VOR endorsement. Where the Instrument Rating Test is a renewal there is no requirement for the trainee to demonstrate proficiency for a Non ILS - DME or GPS arrival procedure. Non ILS Approach - RNAV (GNSS) may be omitted where the trainee has not completed RNAV (GNSS) training. For initial issue of Non ILS Approach - RNAV (GNSS) endorsement the RNAV (GNSS) Coordinated Briefing must have been studied by the applicant prior to the session. A minimum of three approaches must be conducted by the Captain and two by the First Office as per GNS1 Lesson Plan.

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YMML/YMAV Company Route: PDC: Alternate: Flight No: Latitude: Cost Index: CRZ FL: Tropopause: Departure: Arrival: Engine Out Proc MELAVV001 YMML-YMAV None QFA645 S3740.4 40 FL040 35000 RWY 16 RADAR Departure None Longitude:

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E14450.6

YMML RWY 27 & 34 @ 5 DME Left 190 Accn 1900 ft YMML RWY 09 & 16 Normal Proc Accn 1900 ft

Sec Flight Plan: Dep ATIS:

Return for VOR DME RWY 27 YMML P RWY 16 & 27 W/V 250/10, Vis 8k, Cloud BKN 1000ft, Temp 30, QNH 1013, RWY 27 ILS out of service

Arrival ATIS:

YMAV A RWY 36 for Departures, RWY 18 for Arrivals, Wind 250/10, VIS 2000m, CLOUD OVC 012, TEMP 30, QNH 1013, Showers in the area. Expect ILS approach RWY 18

Time of Day: Block Fuel: ZFWCG: Speeds:

DAY 20T 31.1% V1 146 Vr 151 V2 156 ZFW: 148T TO Shift: None FLAPS/THS Flex: Eng Out Acc Alt: CONF 2/ F56 1900ft TOW: 168T

Thr Red/Acc Alt:

1430ft/1430ft

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IMPORTANT NOTE

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Following successful completion of this exercise, Training Captains must ensure completion of form 645 Instrument Rating Application, Command, Multi-Engine and Endorsed for ADF, VOR, ILS, DME and RNAV (GNSS) as applicable. Signature required in Section F. CAO 40.2.1 Para 5.1 states that an instrument rating remains in force for the period of one year from the last day of the month in which the rating was issued or renewed. CAO 40.2.1 Para 12.2 states that where an Instrument Rating has expired for a period of less than 12 months, an applicant may qualify for the issue of a rating by passing the instrument rating test applicable to the renewal of the rating. CAO 40.2.1 Para 12.3 states that where an Instrument Rating has expired for a period in excess of 12 months, an applicant may qualify for the issue of a rating by passing the instrument rating test applicable to the initial issue of an Instrument Rating. The Training Captain conducting this exercise must check the students licence to determine whether they hold a DME endorsement. If not then the DME arrival sequence at the end of the exercise must also be flown. The applicant must forward the following documents to; Team Leader Flying Operations (currently Trevor Howie) CASA Sydney Airline Office/Compliance Division Cnr Robey Street & Qantas Drive P.O. Box 409 MASCOT NSW 2020. 1. *The completed Application for Instrument Rating Form 645; and 2. *Applicant's Licence and Experience (photocopies of the licence and relevant log book pages would suffice); and 3. *Copy of this IRT Lesson Plan.

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FMGC SETUP and FLIGHT PLANNING

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Part 1 YMML/YMAV Sim: ZFW/GW: Fuel: Flaps: POB: ATIS: A330 - 200 148.0/168.0 20.0 T CONF 2 80 V1 Vr V2 Flex 146 151 156 56 Pilot Flying: Route: Runway: Position: Captain or First Officer ML- LLOYD - RPY-AV 16 Holding Point RWY 16

QF 645 Departure Melbourne to Avalon

YMML P RWY 16 for Departures, RWY 27 for Arrivals, Wind 250/10, VIS 8km, CLOUD OVC 1000ft, TEMP 30, QNH 1013, RWY 27 RWY 27 ILS out of service, Expect VOR DME approach YMAV A RWY 36 for Departures, RWY 18 for Arrivals, Wind 250/10, VIS 2000m, CLOUD OVC 012, TEMP 30, QNH 1013, Showers in the area. Expect NDB approach RWY 18

Clearance: ATC/Navaids:

Cleared Melbourne to Avalon via current RADAR Departure maintain 4000, Squawk 4645, Departures Frequency 129.4 YMML ACD 127.2, Ground 121.7, TWR 120.5, DEP 129.4, ML Centre 126.8 YMAV TWR 120.1, AV 116.1, AV 404, RPY 224

Approach:

Expect Airwork (steep turns and flight on STBY instruments) followed by vectors to Lloyd or Ripley to hold or ILS approach RWY 18 manually flown with flight directors off followed by a Go Around. The following DME arrival check is only required for initial Instrument Rating or pilots whose Instrument Rating has been expired for more than 12 months. The circling approach is mandatory and may be conducted after any instrument approach. To save time this may be conducted after NDB RWY 16 with circling to land RWY 34 at Melbourne during next sequence. Go around for; DME Arrival from the South followed by circling approach to land RWY 18 for Captain; or DME Arrival from the North followed by circling approach to land RWY 36 for First Officer

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Part 2 YMML/YMAV Sim: ZFW/GW: Fuel: Flaps: POB: ATIS: A330 - 200 148.0/168.0 20.0 T V1 Vr V2 146 151 156 Pilot Flying: Route:

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Captain or First Officer YMML- LLOYD - RPY-AV

QF 645 Departure Melbourne to Avalon

Clearance: ATC/Navaids: Approach:

Runway: Flex 56 16 CONF 2 80 Position: Holding Point RWY 16 YMML P RWY 16 for Departures, RWY 27 for Arrivals, Wind 250/10, VIS 8km, CLOUD OVC 1000ft, TEMP 30, QNH 1013, RWY 27 RWY 27 ILS out of service, Expect VOR DME approach Cleared Melbourne to Avalon via current RADAR Departure maintain 4000, Squawk 4645, Departures Frequency 129.4 YMML ACD 127.2, Ground 121.7, TWR 120.5, DEP 129.4, ML Centre 126.8 YMAV TWR 120.1, AV 116.1, AV 404, RPY 224 Expect Engine Failure No Damage on departure Melbourne followed by a RWY 27 VOR DME approach and Go Around for radar vectors to BOL (Bolinda NDB). Failed engine will be restored to conduct NDB RWY 16 approach and landing. Circling for RWY 34 may be conducted at this point after the NDB approach. After landing the aircraft may be repositioned on final RWY 16 for LLZ approach for initial and expired Instrument Ratings. For RNAV (GNSS) Train at least 2 approaches for the Captain followed by a 3rd or final check approach. Train at least 1 approach for the First Officer followed by a 2nd or final check approach. Reposition on final YMML RNAV (GNSS) RWY 34 or suitable approach with correct FMGC data base coding.

Crew Break: Repeat exercise for second crew member.

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