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AIRPLANE DESCRIPTION
General Airplane Characteristics
General Airplane Characteristics Data
General Dimensions
Ground Clearances
Interior Arrangement
Basic Version
Basic High Density Version
Basic Upper Deck Configuration
Optional Upper Deck Configuration
Passenger Cabin Cross Section
Seating Configuration 6 Abreast First Class
Seating Configuration 8 Abreast Tourist Class
Seating Configuration 9 Abreast Charter Operation
Lower Compartment
Weight and Volume Data
Containers
Pallets
Upper Deck Cargo
Door Clearances
Forward Passenger Door
Middle Passenger Door
AFT Passenger Door
Forward Cargo Compartment Door
Upper Deck Cargo Door
AFT Cargo Compartment Door
Bulk Cargo Compartment Door
Radome Travel
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AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE
General Information
Payload Range
Long Range and Recommended Cruise (U.S Units)
Long Range and Recommended Cruise (Metric Units)
FAR Takeoff Runway Lenght Requirements
ISA Conditions Alternate (U.S Units)
ISA Conditions Alternate (Metric Units)
ISA Conditions + 59F (+ 15C) Alternate (U.S Units)
ISA Conditions + 59F (+ 15C) Alternate (Metric Units)
FAR Landing Runway Requirements
Full Flaps (U.S Units)
Full Flaps (Metric Units)
Full Flaps
Landing Approach Speed
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GROUND MANEUVERING
Turning Radii No Slip Angle
Minimum Turning Radii
Visibility From Cockpit in Static Position
Runway and Taxiway Turnpaths
More than 90 Turn Runway to Taxiway
90 Turn Runway to Taxiway
90 Turn Taxiway to Taxiway
Runway Holding Apron
Minimum Parking Space Requirements
Minimum Parking Space Requirements (U.S Units)
Minimum Parking Space Requirements (Metric Units)

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TERMINAL SERVICING
Airplane Servicing Arrangement
Symbols Used On Servicing Diagrams
Open Apron Free Standing APU Running
Open Apron Free Standing APU Not Running
Two Passenger Gangways Parallel APU Running
Three passenger Gangways Nose In APU Not Running
Three passenger Gangways Double Parallel APU Running
Open Apron Free Standing APU Running
Three Passenger Gangways Nose In APU Running
Terminal Operation
Turnround Station (30 Minutes 1 Door Open)
Turnround Station (30 Minutes 2 Doors Open)
Turnround Station (30 Minutes 3 Doors Open)
Turnround Station (30 Minutes Freight Mode)
Terminal Operation
Enroute Station (20 Minutes 3 Doors Open)
Ground Service Connections
Ground Service Connections Data
Ground Service Connections Layout
Hydraulic System
Electrical System
Oxygen System
Fuel System
Pneumatic System
Oil System
Potable Water System
Toilet System
Engine Starting Pneumatic Requirements
Ambient Temperature 40F (40C)
Ambient Temperature +60F (+15C)
Ambient Temperature +100F (+38C)
Ground Pneumatic Power Requirements
Heating (U.S Units)
Heating (Metric Units)
Cooling (U.S Units)
Cooling (Metric Units)
Preconditioned Airflow Requirements
(U.S Units)
(Metric Units)
Ground Towing Requirements
(U.S Units)
(Metric Units)

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6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.1.9
6.1.10
6.1.11
6.1.12
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4

OPERATING CONDITIONS
Jet Engine Exhaust Velocities and Temperatures
Exhaust Velocity Contours Breakaway Power (U.S Units)
Exhaust Velocity Contours Breakaway Power (Metric Units)
Exhaust Temperature Contours Breakaway Power (U.S Units)
Exhaust Temperature Contours Breakaway Power (Metric Units)
Exhaust Velocity Contours Takeoff Power (U.S Units)
Exhaust Velocity Contours Takeoff Power (Metric Units)
Exhaust Temperature Contours Takeoff Power (U.S Units)
Exhaust Temperature Contours Takeoff Power (Metric Units)
Exhaust Velocity Contours Idle Power (U.S Units)
Exhaust Velocity Contours Idle Power (Metric Units)
Exhaust Temperature Contours Idle Power (U.S Units)
Exhaust Temperature Contours Idle Power (Metric Units)
Airport and Community Noise
External Noise
Noise Data
APU Noise Levels
Danger Areas of the Engines
Danger Areas Forward of the Engines (Ground Idle)
Danger Areas Forward of the Engine (Takeoff)
Acoustic Protection Areas
APU Exhaust GAS Temperature and Velocity

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PAVEMENT DATA (CONTENTS)
7.1
General Information
7.2
Landing Gear Frootprint
7.3
Maximum Pavement Loads
7.4
Landing Gear Loading on Pavement
7.4.1
Model B2/B2K
7.4.2
Model B4/C4
7.5
Flexible Pavement Requirements U.S Corps of Engineers Design Method
7.5.1
Model B2
7.5.1.1
137T Standard Tires (46x4620)
7.5.1.2
137T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.5.1.3
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.5.1.4
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.5.2
Model B2K
7.5.2.1
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.5.2.2
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.5.3
Model B4
7.5.3.1
150T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.5.3.2
150T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.5.3.3
153T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.5.3.4
153T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.5.3.5
157.5T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.5.3.6
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.5.3.7
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.5.3
Model B4/C4
7.5.3.8
165T Standard Tires (49x1720)
7.5.3.9
165T Optional Tires (49x1720) Landing Gear Geometry
7.5.3.10
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Flexible Pavement Requirements L.C.N Conversion
7.6.1
Model B2
7.6.1.1
137T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.6.1.2
137T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.6.1.3
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.6.1.4
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.6.2
Model B2K
7.6.2.1
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.6.2.2
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.6.3
Model B4
7.6.3.1
150T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.6.3.2
150T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.6.3.3
153T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.6.3.4
153T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.6.3.5
157.5T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.6.3.6
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.6.3.7
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.6.3
Model B4/C4
7.6.3.8
165T Standard Tires (49x1720)
7.6.3.9
165T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.7
Rigid Pavement Requirements Portland Cement Association
7.7.1
Model B2
7.7.1.1
137T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.7.1.2
137T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.7.1.3
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.7.1.4
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.7.2
Model B2K
7.7.2.1
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.7.2.2
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.7.3
Model B4
7.7.3.1
150T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.7.3.2
150T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.7.3.3
153T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.7.3.4
153T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.7.3.5
157.5T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.7.3.6
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.7.3.7
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.7.3
Model B4/C4
7.7.3.8
165T Standard Tires (49x1720)
7.7.3.9
165T Optional Tires (49x1720) Landing Gear Geometry
7.7.3.10
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Radius of Relative Stiffness
7.7.4.2
Values of E and
7.7.4.3
Effect of E and on 1 Values
7.8
Rigid Pavement Requirements L.C.N Conversion
7.8.1
Model B2
7.8.1.1
137T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.8.1.2
137T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.8.1.3
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.8.1.4
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.8.2
Model B2K
7.8.2.1
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.8.2.2
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.8.3
Model B4
7.8.3.1
150T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.8.3.2
150T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.8.3.3
153T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.8.3.4
153T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.8.3.5
157.5T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.8.3.6
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.8.3.7
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.8.3
Model B4/C4
7.8.3.8
165T Standard Tires (49x1720)
7.8.3.9
165T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.9
Aircraft Classification Number ACN Flexible and Rigid Pavement
7.9.1
Flexible Pavement Model B2
7.9.1.1
137T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.9.1.3
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.9.1.4
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.9.2
Flexible Pavement Model B2K
7.9.2.1
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.9.2.2
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.9.3
Flexible Pavement Model B4
7.9.3.1
150T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.9.3.2
150T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.9.3.3
153T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.9.3.4
153T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.9.3.5
157.5T Standard Tires (46x1620)
7.9.3.6
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1720)
7.9.3.7
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1920)
7.9.3
Flexible Pavement Model B4/C4
7.9.3.9
165T Standard Tires (49x1720)
7.9.3.10
165T Optional Tires (49x1920)

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7.9.4.1
7.9.4.3
7.9.4.4
7.9.5
7.9.5.1
7.9.5.2
7.9.6
7.9.6.1
7.9.6.2
7.9.6.3
7.9.6.4
7.9.6.5
7.9.6.6
7.9.6.7
7.9.6
7.9.6.9
7.9.6.10
7.9.7

Rigid Pavement Model B2


137T Standard Tires (46x1620)
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
Rigid Pavement Model B2K
142T Standard Tires (46x1620)
142T Optional Tires (49x1720)
Rigid Pavement Model B4
150T Standard Tires (46x1620)
150T Optional Tires (49x1720)
153T Standard Tires (46x1620)
153T Optional Tires (49x1720)
157.5T Standard Tires (46x1620)
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1720)
157.5T Optional Tires (49x1920)
Flexible Pavement Model B4/C4
165T Standard Tires (49x1720)
165T Optional Tires (49x1920)
Development of ACN Charts (for example)

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DERIVATIVE AIRPLANE
Possible Future A300 Derivative Airplanes

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9.1.1
9.2.1

SCALED DRAWINGS
A300 Scaled Drawing 1 in. = 500 ft.
A300 Scaled Drawing 1 cm. = 500 cm.

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SCOPE

1.1

Purpose

1.2

Introduction

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1.1 Purpose
The A300 AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS (AC) manual is issued for the
A300 basic versions to provide the necessary data needed by airport
operators and airlines for the planning of airport facilities.
This document conforms to NAS 3601.
CORRESPONDENCE
Correspondence concerning this publication should be directed to :
AIRBUS S.A.S.
Customer Services
Technical Data Support and Services
1, Rond Point Maurice BELLONTE
31707 BLAGNAC CEDEX
FRANCE

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1.2 Introduction
This manual comprises 9 chapters with a List of Effective Pages (LEP) and a
Table Of Content (TOC) at the beginning of the manual.
Chapter 1 : SCOPE
Chapter 2 : AIRPLANE DESCRIPTION
This chapter contains general dimensional and other basic aircraft data.
It covers :
aircraft dimensions and ground clearances,
passengers and cargo compartments arrangement.
Chapter 3 : AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE
This chapter indicates the aircraft performance.
It covers
payload
takeoff
landing

:
range,
and landing runway requirements,
approach speed.

Chapter 4 : GROUND MANEUVERING


This chapter provides the aircraft turning capability and maneuvering
characteristics on the ground.
It includes :
turning radii and visibility from the cockpit,
runway and taxiway turn path.
Chapter 5 : TERMINAL SERVICING
This chapter provides information for the arrangement of ground handling
and servicing equipments.
It covers :
location and connections of ground servicing equipment,
engines starting pneumatic and preconditioned airflow requirements.

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Chapter 6 : OPERATING CONDITIONS
This chapter contains data and safety/environmental precautions related to
engine and APU operation on the ground.
It covers :
contour size and shape of the jet engine exhaust velocities and
temperature,
noise data.
Chapter 7 : PAVEMENT DATA
This chapter contains the pavement data helpful for airport planning.
It gives :
landing gear foot print and static load,
charts for flexible pavements with Load Classification Number (LCN),
charts for rigid pavements with LCN,
Aircraft Classification Number (ACN), Pavement Classification Number
(PCN), reporting system for flexible and rigid pavements.
Chapter 8 : DERIVATIVE AIRPLANES
This chapter gives relevant data of possible new version with the
associated size change.
Chapter 9 : SCALED DRAWING
This chapter contains different A300 scaled drawings.

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2.1 General Airplane Characteristics

2.1.1 General Airplane Characteristics Data

2.2 General Dimensions


2.3 Ground Clearances

2.4 Interior Arrangement


2.4.1 Basic Version
2.4.2 Basic High Density Version
2.4.3 Basic Upper Deck Configuration
2.4.4 Optional Upper Deck Configuration
2.5 Passenger Cabin Cross Section
2.5.1 Seating Configuration 6 Abreast First Class
2.5.2 Seating Configuration 8 Abreast Tourist Class
2.5.3 Seating Configuration 9 Abreast Charter Operation
2.6 Lower Compartment
2.6.1 Weight and Volume Data
2.6.2 Containers
2.6.3 Pallets
2.7 Upper Deck Cargo
2.8 Door Clearances
2.8.1 Forward Passenger Door
2.8.2 Middle Passenger Door
2.8.3 AFT Passenger Door
2.8.4 Forward Cargo Compartment Door
2.8.5 Upper Deck Cargo Door
2.8.6 AFT Cargo Compartment Door
2.8.7 Bulk Cargo Compartment Door
2.8.8 Radome Travel
2.8.9 Main Landing Gear Door
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The weight terms used throughout this manual are given below together with
their respective definitions.
Maximum Taxi Weight (MTW) :
Maximum weight for ground maneuver as limited by aircraft strength and
airworthiness requirements. (It includes weight of runup and taxi fuel).
It is also called Maximum Ramp Weight (MRW).
Maximum Landing Weight (MLW) :
Maximum weight for landing as limited by aircraft strength and
airworthiness requirements.
Maximum Takeoff Weight (MTOW) :
Maximum weight for takeoff as limited by aircraft strength and
airworthiness requirements. (This is the maximum weight at start of the
takeoff run).
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) :
Maximum operational weight of the aircraft without usable fuel.
Operational Empty Weight (OEW) :
Weight of structure, powerplant, furnishings, systems, and other items of
equipment that are an integral part of a particular aircraft configuration
plus the operators items.
The operators items are the flight and cabin crew and their baggage,
unusable fuel, engine oil, emergency equipment, toilet chemical and fluids,
galley structure, catering equipment, passenger seats and life vests,
documents, etc.
Maximum Payload :
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight (MZFW) minus Operational Empty Weight (OEW).
Maximum Seating Capacity :
Maximum number of passengers specifically certified or anticipated for
certification.
Maximum Cargo Volume :
Maximum usable volume available for cargo.
Usable Fuel :
Fuel available for aircraft propulsion.
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Airplane version
A300B2100
A300B2200
WV001
WV002
WV003
WV002
WV001
WV003
(Basic)
137 900
142 900
134 900 142 900 137 900 134 900
304 017

Maximum Taxi
Weight (MTW)

kg

WV000
(Basic)
137 900

lb

304 017

Maximum Takeoff
Weight (MTOW)

kg

137 000

137 000

142 000

134 000

142 000

137 000

134 000

lb

302 032

302 032

313 056

295 419

313 056

302 032

295 419

315 040

297 403

315 040

304 017

297 403

Maximum Landing
Weight (MLW)

kg

127 500

130 000

130 000

130 000

130 000

130 000

130 000

lb

281 089

286 600

286 600

286 600

286 600

286 600

286 600

Maximum Zero Fuel


Weight (MZFW)

kg

116 500

120 500

120 500

120 500

120 500

120 500

120 500

lb

256 838

265 656

265 656

265 656

265 656

265 656

265 656

Estimated
Operational Empty
Weight (OEW)
Estimated
Maximum Payload
GE CF650
Standard Seating
Capacity
Usable
Fuel
Capacity
Pressurized
Fuselage Volume
(A/C non
equipped)
Passenger
Compartment
Volume
Cockpit
Volume
Usuable Cargo
Compartment
Volume (1)

GE CF650

85 910 kg (189 398 lb)

86 275 kg (190 203 lb)

kg

30 590

34 590

34 590

34 590

34 225

34 225

34 225

lb

67 439

76 257

76 257

76 257

75 453

75 453

75 453

Single
class
l

269

269

44 000

44 000

11 623

11 623

35 540

35 540

78 352

78 352

542

542

19 140

19 140

m3

272

272

ft3

9 606

9 606

m3

17

17

ft3

600

600

m3

144

144

ft3

5 085

5 085

US Gallons
kg
(d=0.785)
lb
m3
ft3

(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd Cargo Compartment


: 76 m3 (2 683 ft3)
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 49 m3 (1 730 ft3)
Bulk Cargo Compartment
: 19 m3 (670 ft3)

2.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS


2.1.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS DATA
Model B2

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WV000
(Basic)
150 900

WV001

150 900

153 900

lb

332 677

339 291

349 211

349 211

332 677

339 291

Maximum Takeoff
Weight (MTOW)

kg

150 000

153 000

157 500

157 500

150 000

153 000

lb

330 693

337 306

347 227

347 227

330 693

337 306

Maximum Landing
Weight (MLW)

kg

133 000

133 000

133 000

134 000

133 000

134 000

lb

293 214

293 214

293 214

295 419

293 214

295 419

Maximum Zero Fuel


Weight (MZFW)

kg

122 000

122 000

122 000

124 000

122 000

124 000

lb

268 963

268 963

268 963

273 372

268 963

273 372

Estimated
Maximum Payload
GE CF650
Standard Seating
Capacity
Usable
Fuel
Capacity
Pressurized
Fuselage Volume
(A/C non equipped)
Passenger
Compartment
Volume
Cockpit
Volume
Usuable Cargo
Compartment
Volume (1)

88 180 kg (194 403 lb)

158 400

WV005

kg

GE CF650

158 400

WV004

Maximum Taxi
Weight (MTW)

Estimated
Operational Empty
Weight (OEW)

153 900

Airplane Version
A300B4100
WV002
WV003

88 330 kg (194 734 lb)

88 180 kg (194 403 lb)

kg

33 820

33 820

33 670

35 670

33 820

35 820

lb

74 560

74 560

74 229

78 638

74 560

78 969

single
class
l

269
58 100

US Gallons
kg
(d=0.785)
lb

15 348
45 608
100 548

m3

542

ft3

19 140

m3

272

ft3

9 606

m3

17

ft3

600

m3

144

ft3

5 085

(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd Cargo Compartment


: 76 m3 (2 683 ft3)
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 49 m3 (1 730 ft3)
Bulk Cargo Compartment
: 19 m3 (670 ft3)

2.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS


2.1.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS DATA
Model B4

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WV013
Maximum Taxi
Weight (MTW)

kg
lb

332 677

349 211

332 677

339 291

365 740

365 740

349 211

Maximum Takeoff
Weight (MTOW)

kg

150 000

157 500

150 000

153 000

165 000

165 000

157 500

lb

330 693

347 227

330 693

337 306

363 760

363 760

347 227

Maximum Landing
Weight (MLW)

kg

134 000

134 000

134 000

134 000

134 000

136 000

134 000

lb

295 419

295 419

295 419

295 419

295 419

299 828

295 419

Maximum Zero Fuel


Weight (MZFW)

kg

126 000

126 000

126 000

126 000

124 000

126 000

124 000

lb

277 782

277 782

277 782

277 782

273 372

277 782

273 372

Estimated
Operational Empty
Weight (OEW)
Estimated
Maximum Payload
GE CF650
Standard Seating
Capacity
Usable
Fuel
Capacity
Pressurized
Fuselage Volume
(A/C non equipped)
Passenger
Compartment
Volume
Cockpit
Volume
Usuable Cargo
Compartment
Volume (1)

GE CF650

150 900

Airplane Version
A300B4100
A300B4200
WV014
WV015
WV016
WV006
WV007
WV008
(Basic)
158 400 150 900 153 900 165 900 165 900 158 400

88 180 kg
88 330 kg
88 180 kg (194 403 lb)
(194 403 lb) (194 734 lb)

88 505 kg (195 119 lb)

kg

37 820

37 670

37 820

37 820

35 495

37 495

35 495

lb

83 378

83 048

83 378

83 378

78 252

82 662

78 252

single
class
l
US Gallons
kg
(d=0.785)
lb

269

269

58 100

62 000

15 348

16 380

45 608

48 470

100 548

107 299

m3

542

542

ft3

19 140

19 140

m3

272

272

9 606

9 606

17

17

ft3

600

600

m3

144

144

5 085

5 085

ft3
m3

ft3

(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd Cargo Compartment


: 76 m3 (2 683 ft3)
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 49 m3 (1 730 ft3)
Bulk Cargo Compartment
: 19 m3 (670 ft3)

2.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS


2.1.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS DATA
Model B4

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WV014
158 400

Airplane Version
A300B4200
WV016
WV017
153 900
148 400

Maximum Taxi
Weight (MTW)

kg

WV010
158 400

lb

349 211

349 211

339 291

327 165

365 740

349 211

Maximum Takeoff
Weight (MTOW)

kg

157 500

157 500

153 000

147 500

165 000

157 500

lb

347 227

347 227

337 304

325 181

363 760

347 227

Maximum Landing
Weight (MLW)

kg

136 000

134 000

140 000

136 000

134 000

134 000

lb

299 828

295 419

308 650

299 828

295 419

295 419

Maximum Zero Fuel


Weight (MZFW)

kg

126 000

126 000

130 000

126 000

126 000

126 000

lb

277 782

277 782

286 600

277 782

277 782

277 782

Estimated
Operational Empty
Weight (OEW)
Estimated
Maximum Payload
GE CF650
Standard Seating
Capacity
Usable
Fuel
Capacity
Pressurized
Fuselage Volume
(A/C non equipped)
Passenger
Compartment
Volume
Cockpit
Volume
Usuable Cargo
Compartment
Volume (1)

GE CF650

WV018
165 900

WV020
158 400

88 505 kg (195 119 lb)

kg

37 495

37 495

35 495

37 495

37 495

37 495

lb

82 662

82 662

78 252

82 662

82 662

82 662

single
class
l

269
62 000

US Gallons
kg
(d=0.785)
lb

16 380
48 470
107 299

m3

542

ft3

19 140

m3

272

ft3

9 606

m3

17

ft3

600

m3

144

ft3

5 085

(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd Cargo Compartment


: 76 m3 (2 683 ft3)
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 49 m3 (1 730 ft3)
Bulk Cargo Compartment
: 19 m3 (670 ft3)

2.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS


2.1.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS DATA
Model B4

2.1.1
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Maximum Taxi
Weight (MTW)

kg

Airplane Version
A300C4200
WV006 (Basic)
WV007
165 900
165 900

A300F4200
WV007 (Basic)
165 900

lb

365 740

365 740

365 740

kg

165 000

165 000

165 000

lb

363 760

363 760

363 760

Maximum Landing
Weight (MLW)

kg

134 000

136 000

136 000

lb

295 419

299 828

299 828

Maximum Zero Fuel


Weight (MZFW)

kg

124 000

126 000

126 000

lb

273 372

277 782

277 782

Maximum Takeoff
Weight (MTOW)

Estimated
Operational Empty
Weight (OEW)
Estimated
Maximum Payload
GE CF650
Standard Seating
Capacity
Usable
Fuel
Capacity
Pressurized
Fuselage Volume
(A/C non equipped)
Passenger
Compartment
Volume
Cockpit
Volume
Main Deck Cargo
Compartment Volume
Usuable Cargo
Compartment
Volume (1)

GE CF650

88 505 kg (195 119 lb)

84 000 kg (185 188 lb)

kg

35 495

37 495

42 000

lb

78 252

82 662

92 594

single
class
l

269

62 000

62 000

16 380

16 380

48 670

48 670

107 299

107 299

m3

542

542

ft3

19 140

19 140

m3

272

ft3

9 606

US Gallons
kg
(d=0.785)
lb

m3

17

17

ft3

600

600

m3

540
10 069

ft3
m3

158

158

ft3

5 579

5 579

(1) Volume of Cargo Compartments : Fwd Cargo Compartment


: 76 m3 (2 683 ft3)
Aft Cargo Hold Compartment : 61 m3 (2 154 ft3)
Bulk Cargo Compartment
: 21 m3 (741 ft3)

2.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS


2.1.1 GENERAL AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS DATA
Model C4 F4

2.1.1
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CHAPTER

2.3

2.2

Feb.

1980

GENERAL DIMENSIONS
MODEL B2 - B4
Chapter
Page

2
5

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

CHAPTER

2.3

2.2
Chapter
Page 6

GENERAL DIMEXSIONS
NODEL C4

2
Feb.

1980

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING
2.3 Ground Clearances
NOTE : The distances given in the Ground Clearances charts are reference
distances calculated for A/C weight and CG conditions.
The conditions used in the calculations are maximum A/C weight
(minimum ground clearances) and a typical A/C maintenance weight
(typical ground clearances for maintenance).

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2.3 Ground Clearances


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2.3 Ground Clearances


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2.3 Ground Clearances


Model C4

Chapter 2.3
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281 SEATS TOURIST CLASS


34 IN. PITCH, 8 ABREAST, 2-2/2-2

0
%
0

7 II

A
_ es
G
T

-r
0
$

ATTENDANT SEAT (FOL *DING)


CREW COAT STORAGE
GALLEY
TOILET

In
a
u

2.4

chapter
2
Page 10

INTERIOR
ARRANGEMENT
2.4.1
BASIC VERSION
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

309 SEATS TOURIST CLASS


31 IN. PITCH, 8 ABREAST, 2 -2m2

ccs

8
CT
0

G
-j-

ATTENDANT SEAT (FOLDING)


CREW COAT STORAGE
GALLEY
TOILET

In
u
a

2.4-2

Feb.

1980

2.4 INTERIOR
ARRANGEPENT
BASIC HIGH DENSITY VERSION
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

2
11

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

281 seats
A variety
the seat

of seating
rails

The aircraft

or

configuration

floor

support

is certificated

is possible

without

modifications

to

structure.

for the carriage

of up to 345

passengers.

Mixed pallets
88 x 125
96 x 125

The above
Either
01

88

to 09.

figure
x 125
Only

2.4
2.4.3
Chapter
2
Page 12

shows

the numbering

or 96
88

x 125

x 125

pallets

of the pallet
pallets

positions

can be loaded

can bc loaded

in tk

cabin.

in any positioli

in position

from

10 to 13.

INTERIOR
ARRANGEMENT
BASIC UPPER DECK CONFIGURATIONS
MODEL C4
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AlRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

Confiiumtion

14palk

88-x

1
125

Configuration 2

75seats
9paHets 88'" x 125

p
0
cr
0

n~gu~tion 3
145 seats
6patiets 88" x 125

hr
0

In
a
a

2.4.4

Feb.

1980

2.4 INTERIOR
ARRANGEMENT
OPTIONAL UPPER DECK CONFIGURATIONS
MODEL c4
Chapter
Page

2
13

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

3.84
t- 0.098

IN.
M.

In
a
a
2.5

2.5.1
Chapter
2
Page 14

SEATING

PASSENGER CABIN CROSS SECTION


CONFIGURATION
- 6 ABREAST - FIRST
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

CLASS

Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

,97.63 IN.

E
.-

-a
0
.-E
h

2.48

M.

1 IN.

i--%# I. 2

111,.

I
IN.
M.

2.46

M.

0
2
0

2
In
a
a

2.5.2

Feb.

1980

2.5
SEATING

PASSENGER CABIN CROSS SECTION


CONFIGURATION
- 8 ABREAST - TOURIST
HODEL B2 - B4 - C4

CLASS
Chapter
Page

2
15

AIRBUS

INDUSTR
A

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

2.48

M. I
T
43.3

2.5.3
Chapter
2
Page 16

SEATING

2.5 PASSENGER CABIN CROSS SECTION


CONFIGURATION
- 9 ABREAST - CIIARTER
IlODEL B2 - B4 - C4

IN.

OPERATION

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

FWD HOLD
Maximum Volume

Containers

AFT HOLD

TOTAL

BULK HOLD

Capacity

in Forward

and Aft

12 LD3
Containers

8 LD3
Containers

6 LDl
Containers

4 LDl
Containers

Holds

EACH
TOTAL

EACH
TOTAL
Pallets

in Forward
4
Pallets

Hold and Container


8 LD3
Containers

in Aft

Hold

EACH

l-==--l
35.76

TOTAL

10280

Pallets

22640

4 LDl
Containers

EACH
TOTAL
2.6 LOWER COMPARTMENTS
2.6.1 WEIGHT AND VOLUME DATA
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Feb.

198C

Chapter 2
Page 17

INOUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

CARGO DOORS AND


BULK CARGO DOOR
R H SIDE

Compt

Ciimpt

64lN.
(1.63M.
I

2.6

LOWER COM?ARTMENTS
2.6.2
CONTAINERS
PllODEL B2 - B4 - C4

Chapter
2
Page 18

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

AFTER MCD. 2295


A:2.70m(106in.)

4 PALLETS FRONT HOLD ONLYENTRY DOOR R H SIDE

64 IN.
1.63 M.

a a

2.6

LOWER COMPARTMENTS
2.6.3
PALLETS
MODEL B2 - 84 - C4

JuL

31/82

Chapter
Page

2
19

AIRBUS

INOUSTR

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

PERMISSIBLE

CARGO HEIGHT

LOCAL FLOOR LOADS

0 DOOR FORWARD LH SIDE

87.5in

= 2.222M.

86. Sin

= 2.197M.

79. Oin

a
a

64. Oin

= 2.006M.
= 1.625M.

0
0
0

The permissible

based

t-u
0

The reinforced

\n
a

floor

on a pallet
floor

will permit pallets


to be loaded.

2-7.
Chapter
2
Page 20

loading

width

of

structure
weighing

is,as

shown,

125in.
over the wing
13,3001b/6,

box

03OKg

UPPER DECK CARGO


MODEL C4
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

CRITICAL
CLEARANCE
LIMIT

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

\
.

33.4 IN
0.87M

SEE CHAPTER
2.3

2.8.1
Mar.

1986

I
I
II
/

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


FORWARD PASSENGER DOOR
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Paqe

2
21

AIRPLANE

CHARACTERlSTICS

OF FUSELAGE

-_-_

~-_

CRITICAL
CLEARANCE

--I
-----v-1.
-----.s-____
---w---------T.---------3
52 FT.

0.4

IN.

FROM NOSE OF FUSE

42FT. 19 8 IN.
13. 08fd.
FROM
NOSE OF
FUSELAGE

SEE
CHAPTER
2.
1

I
I
-

21.4 IN
I0.54M.
132 IN
3.36M.

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


2.8.2
MIDDLE PASSENGER DOOR
XODEL B2 - B4 - C4 G. E. ENGINES
Chapter
2
Page 22

I
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OF FUSELAGE

--e------

ol
I

-m---e-

30.7 IN
0.78M
92.5

l-2.3%

IN
1lF-r. 7.5 IN
3.54 ht.

CRITICAL
CLEARANCE
LlMlT

---.mm_
-----...-L,,,,e--m
---.,,-et--------

52FT.

---.W--

-,..w

4.3

15.96

M.
FROM NOSE OF FUSELAGE 1
i

ri

0
:
0
$
co
0
N
0
In
a
a

FROM
NOSE OF
FUSELAGE

c
nm

132 IN
3.36M.

2-8 DOOR CLEARANCES


2.8.2
MIDDLE PASSENGER DOOR
XODEL B2 - B4 - C4 P.& W, ENGINES
Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

2
23

AIRBUS

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

I
I
C ---------P---+.mP
I

I
II

CRITICAL
CLEARANCE
LIMIT
30.7 IN
0.78M
FROM NOSE
OF FUSELAGE

130 FT 6.1 IN
39.78M
1

1.8 IN
0.045M
oa
5s

CHAPTER
2.3

I
I

21.4 IN
0.64M

aa

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


2-8.3
AFT PASSENGER DOOR
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
2
Page 24

Mar,

1986

INDUSTR

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IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
t-

FROM NOSE

FORWARD

.
; DOOR
FWD PASSENGER/CREW

I
I

= 94OOmm(370in.I
1830111m
(72in.)

A =

B = 2430mm
B = 610mm

(96in.I
(24in. 1

= 368Onnn Q45in)
D = 3600mm (142in 1
C

AFTER
A

MOD. 2295

= 9533mm

A =

(375in.l

1697mm (67in)

B = 2701mm
B = 345mm

(13.6in

(14Oin. )

= 3547mm

D = 3467mm

(106in.1

(135in.

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


2.8.4

Jut

31/82

FORWARD CARGO COMPARTXNT


MODEL B2 - 84 - C4

DOOR
Chapter
Page

2
25

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
-----

me--

--m----

OF FUSELAGE -a---_

I
I

32 FT. 7 IN.
9.93 M
FROM NOSE OF FUSELAGE

FROM NOSE OF FUS

I
:
I
I

--e-w---

In

a
a

2.8.5

Chapter
2
Page 26

2.8.
DOOR CLEARAXCES
UPPER DECK CARGO DOOR
MODEL C4 G, E. ZXGINES

Feb.

1930

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE
----e-w--

RISTIGS
--m----

OF FUSELAGE --w--_

FROM NOSE OF FUSELAGE

52 R. 4.3
IS. 96 M.
FROM NOSE OF FUS

i
I

CHAPTER

2.8.
DOOR CLEARAXES
2.8.5
UPPER DECK CARGO DOOR
MODEL C4 P.& W. ENGIZES

Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

2
27

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
---e-w-

-I

OF FUSELAGE

- -

t
I

DIRECTION OF FLIGHT

O;y;;z

IN

FROM NOSE OF FUSELAGE

t--

AFT ENTRY DOOR

I
I
AFT CONTAINER
I

3
0

03
0

16.34

IN.

0.415

z
u-l
a
a

2.8.6
Chapter
2
Page 28

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


AFT CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

act

1980

AIRBUS

NDUSTR

AIRPLANE
-----

CTERISTICS

OF FUSELAGE

I----

IE

1;::;

- --

FROM NOSE OF FUSELAGE

DIRECTION OF FLIGHT f$~

AFTENTRYDOOR

AFT CONTAINER CARGO DOOR


I

Ill
a
a

0.95

2.8.7

Feb.

1980

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


BULK CARGO COMPARTMENT DOOR
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

2
29

@A300
AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

STA 7662.5

/-

-----

CE
t-

,
\

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v\

\ \
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.

I\

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


2.8.8
RADOME TRAVEL
Chapter
2
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CHARACTERISTICS

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AIRCRAFT

8
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8

2.8.9
Apr

2.8 DOOR CLEARANCES


MAIN LANDING GEAR DOOR
Chapter
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3.0
3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.4

3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.5

3.5.1
3.5.2

Feb.

AIRPLANE PERFORMANCE
General information
Payload range
Long range and recommended cruise
(U.S. units)
Long range and recommended cruise
(Metric
units)
FAR takeoff
runway length
requirements
ISA conditions
- Alternate
(U.S. units)
(Metric
units)
ISA conditions
- Alternate
ISA conditions
+59OF (+15OC) - Alternate
(U.S. units)
ISA conditions
+59OF (+15'C) - Alternate
(Metric
units)
FAR landing
runway requirements
Full.flaps
(U.S. units)
Full flaps
(Metric
units)
Full flaps
Landing approach speed
Landing approach speed (Metric
units)
Landing
approach speed (U.S. units)

1980

Chapter
3
Page 1

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

3.0

AIRPLANE

3.1

PERFORMANCE

General

Information

Section
3.2 indicates
payload
range information
altitudes
for recommended and long range cruise
ven fuel reserve
condition.

at specific
with a gi-

Section
3.3 represents
FAR Takeoff
runway lenqth
ments at ISA and ISA + 59F (+ 15C) conditions
certification.

requirefor FAA

Section
3.4 represents
FAR landing
ments for FAA certification.
Section

3.5

indicates

landing

Standard
day temperatures
lated below :

Chapter
Page 2

for

runway

approach
the

length

require-

speeds.

altitudes

shown are

Feb.

tabu-

1980

13

zz
0

or

CI

k.l
.
CI

BASIC kRSi0N

5 % STAGE FUEL

3o t FUEL RESERVE
200 NAUTICAL MILES DiVERSI

40

50

60

70

80

90

AA5030201OAAO

I
I

I
I

RANGE (NAiJTICAL MILES)

NOTE :

in France

I 1
b

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

Printed

b
-

I--

80)

5/.STACEFUEL

BASIC VERSION

MAX SiRUCTUdAL

PAYiOAD

A A 5 03 02 01 0 AB 0

--i

RANGE (NAUTICAL

MILES)

NOTE :

Printed

in France

I
I

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

a:
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09

08

200 NAUTICAL MILES

A A 5 03 02

01 0
AD 0

RANGE (NAUTICAL

MILES)

NOTE :

Printed

in France

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

AIRBUS INDUSTR
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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ii2
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6c!
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f
.
;
t

-:

f
,
c

-;

1
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In
a
a

3,2-l

Feb.

1980

/-

<

3.2 PAYLOAD RANGE


LONG RANGE AND RECOMMENDED CRUISE
MODEL B4-102

(U,S.

UNITS)

Chapter
Page

3
7

200 NAUTICAL MILES

A A 5 03 02 01 0 AF 0

RANGE (NAUTICAL

MILES)

NOTE :

Printed

500

in France

3000

3500

4000

v)

B
a
zi
co
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C
m D

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

W
aJ
0

c,

L
e

80

5 % STAGE FUEL

200 NAUTICAL MILES

A A 5 03 02 01 0 AG 0

RANGE (NAUTICAL

MILES)

NOTE :

in France

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

Printed

11

2(

3(

4(

I3

61

7(

8(

9(

5/.STACEFUEL

MAX STRUCTURAL

200 NAUTICAL MILES DIVERSION

FUEL RESERVE

BASIC VERSION

AA5030201OAHO

RANGE (NAUTICAL

PAYLOAD

MILES)

NOTE :

Printed

in France

1
I
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THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


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MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

h)

N
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W
.

3a

15

s 25
c3
%
$ 2a

3
Q

35

5 5: STAGE FUEL

FUEL RESERVE

A A 5 03 02 02 0 AA 0

in France

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

NOTE :

Printed

10

15

20I

25

30

35

BASIC VERSION
FUEL RESERVE

.I MAX SiRUCTURiiL

40

45

PAYLbAD

A A 5 03 02 02 0 A0 0

1.1

Printed

in France

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

NOTE :

10

0
1000

5 % STAGE FUEL

2000

, -,r!rr,Jll,r.r!,r,.l,r,!rII~
PAYLOAD WITH ,MAX FUEL CAPAFITY
i
BASIC VERSION

15

20

25

30

35

4c

45i

A A 5 03 02 02 0 AC 0

3000

in France

5000

6600

7000

8000

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

4000

NOTE :

Printed

w
.
h)
.
N

8
0
r!

0
Y

5 % STAGE FUEL

FUEL RESERVE

AA5030202OADO

I
I
I

Printed

I
I

in France

I
MIUW,

(150,000

KGJ

I I

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

NOTE :

10

15

2c

2:

3t

3E

4c

4t

---..^-..-a.

1000

45 MINUTE HOLD AT
5 % STAGE FUEL

BASIC VERSION
FUEL RESERVE

,...

-...

-_-

A A 5 03 02 02 0 AE 0

2000

3000

in France

5000

6000

7000

8000

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

4000

NOTE :

Printed

3
:
'
2
s
2
a.

20

25

30

45 MINUTE HOLD AT 1,525


5 % STAGE FUEL

AYLOAO

WITH

A A 5 03 02 02 0 AF 0

MAX

FU

Printed

in France

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY,


THE APPROVE0 VALUES ARE STATE0 IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

NOTE :

N
*

W
.

03 02 02 OAG 0

5 % STAGE FUEL

BASIC VERSION
FUEL RESERVE

AA5

in France

5000

6000

7000

6000

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

000

NOTE :

Printed

5 % STAGE FUEL

FUELRESERVE

AA5030202OAHO

Printed

in France

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY.


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

RANGE (KILOMETERS)

NOTE :

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

0
AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMiTION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.
KVS MAXI

MY

340
Al RPORT
PRESSUfiL
ALTITUDE
\

330
s
2
IE
.9

320

-E
2
C
a

310

(ft)

300

290

280

270

260
1

250
/I

0
2

/I

240

I/
/

I$
z
a
a

- - ---------

l/f

//

II

230
4

/
5

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED
9

10

RUNWAY

3.3
3.3.1
Feb.

1980

F.A.R.
I.S.A.

11
LENGTH

12
(lOOOft)

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE
(U.S.
UNITS)
PlODEL B2-101

Chapter
Page

3
19

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
NOTE

: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING
THE AIRCRAFT.

36C

320

ALTITUDE

290
-

280
0
$
0

270

Ei
0
0
In

--

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
-- - RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
-mm NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

2604

a
a

250,
3.3 F.A.R.
3.3.1
I.S.A,
Chapter
3
Page 20

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ATERNATE ( U.S.
UNITS )
MODEL B2-320
Feb.

1320

(ft)

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

NOTE

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

ALTITUDE
--

a
a

--

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
10
RUNWAY

3.3
3.3-l
Feb.

1980

F.A.R.
I.S.A.

(ft)

11

12

LENGTH

13
(lOOOft)

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE (U.S,
UNITS)
MODEL B4-101
Chapter
Page

3
21

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERlSTlCS
THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC
TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

NOTE

360

ALTITUDE

(3 Oooft>

290
- - - -

280

9
0

0
2
3
In
a
a

, ,

270

260
5

----

,
I

RUNWAY LlMlTATlON
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED ~~I~~~ON
NO RUNWAY
NO BLEED

,I

10
RUNWAY

3.3 F.A.Rs
3.3.1
1-S-A.
Chapter
3
Page 22

II
LENGTH

12

SLOPE

13

(1 OOOft)

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE ( U.S. UNITS
MODEL B4-203 - C4

Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
NOTE

: THESE

CURVES

ARE GIVEN

FOR INFORMATION

ONLY.

THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED lN THE OPERATING


MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.
A
KVS MAXI

h
Es!
4L
3
AIRPORT
5
0
PRESSURE
-I
Y
II T,-rllhr ill11
,-\
AL I I I uut

--

?t=---/

----a

---m-s

-----a--.--

a
a

102

1.5

1.8

3.3 F.A.R.
3.3.2
I.S.A.

Feb.

1980

2.1

2.4

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE ENERGY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED
2.7
3.0
3.3
3.6
RUNWAY LENGTH (1000m)

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE (METRIC UNITS)
MODEL B2-101
Chapter
Page

3
23

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR 1NFORMATlON


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.
m

./

160

ALTITUDE

/-

1. 5

1. 8

3,3 F.A.R.
3.3.2
I.S.A,
Chapter
3
Page 24

--

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
-- - RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
-mm NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

3.0

3.3
RUNWAY

3.6
3.9
LENGTH (1000m)

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE (METRIC UNITS)
MODEL B2 -320
Feb.

1980

(m>

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION ONLY,


THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.
FLAPS 15

FLAPS 8

..H----@

.e-----=-

-------

Al RPbRT
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE (m)
- 0

B-----

3
2
In
a
a

1 5

1.8

2.1

2e4

2.7

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE ENERGY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED
3.0

3.3

3.6

3.9

RUNWAY LENGTH (1000m)


3.3
3.3.2

Feb.

1980

F.A.R.
I.S.A.

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREmNTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE (METRIC UNITS)
MODEL 94-101
Chapter
Page

3
25

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

370

160

.
0

- - - -

130

-m
-..-

z
0
z

0
$
In
a

120,

ALTITUDE

(m)

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATIO
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

1.5

3.3
3.3.2.
Chapter
3
Page 26

1.8
F.A.R.
I.S.A.

2.

2.4

2.7

3.0
3.3
3.6
3.9
RUNWAY LENGTH (I OOOm)

TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


CONDITIONS
- ALTERNATE (METRIC UNITS)
MODEL B4-203
- C4
Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

NOTE

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.
KVS MAXI
\

340-1 a^
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE
(ft)

--v--m

i I!

---=a------II_

290

/!I

#z,

TYRE

IMITATION
nd SEGMENT LIMITATION
RAKE ENERGY LIMITATION
SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY

SLOPE

In
a
a

RUNWAY

3.3.3
Feb.

1980

3.3
I.S.A.

LENGTH

(lOOOft

F.A.R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59F(+150C)
- ALTERNATE
(U.S.
MODEL B2-101

UNITS)
Chapter
Page

3
27

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AlRCRAFT.

\PRESSURE
ALTITUDE

-m__)

-se-

(ft)

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAYJ2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

In
a
a

3,3.3

3.3 F.A.R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
1,Sc.A.
CONDITIONS
+59F(+150C)
- ALTERNATE (UeS.
MODEL B2-320

Chapter
3
Page 28

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A CHARACTERlSTlCS
300

AIRPLANE

NOTE

: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

PRESSURE
ALTITUDE
--m

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE

------

10
RUNWAY

3a3.3
Feb.

1980

3.3
I.S.A.

(ft)

11

12

LENGTH

13

(1OOOft)

F.A.R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59F(+150C)
- ALTERNATE
(U.S.
MODEL B4-101

UNITS)
Chapter
Page

3
29

AIRBUS

INOUSTR

IE

A 300

Al~PlANE CHARACTERMICS
NOTE

: THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING
THE AIRCRAFT-

370

LAPS

15

/
/I
/
/
1

/
1

/
/I
r /
/
290

/
r

/I
,
/

/I
1
,

1 I/
/I/
I//
/
/
.//

270

g
2
0
VI
a
a

280

260

1
1

AIRPORT
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE
(ft)

J
/

----..-

/I

- -

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY~RAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

//

250

3.3.3
Chapter
Page 30

3.3
I-S-A,

F.A.R,
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59F(+150C)
- ALTER%ATE (U.S.
MODEL B4-203
- C4

10

11
RUNWAY

12
LENGTH

13
(lOOOft)

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.
KVS MAXI
Al RPORT
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE

15(

(m>

--I__---

14( 1

-w-e-l
/

13c1

12c1

0
a
a
0

FLAPS

11c1

1'02

1.5

1.8

2.1

81

2.4

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
ENERGYY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
2.7

3.0

RUNWAY

3.3.4

Feb.

3.3
I.S.A.

1980

3.3
LENGTH

3.6
(1000m)

F,A.R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59"F(+lS"C)
- ALTERNATE (METRIC
MODEL B2-101

UNITS)
Chapter
Page

3
31

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERtSTtCS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

ALTITUDE

--P-m

3.3.4

(m)

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAYnnd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

1. 5

1. 8

3-3
I.S.A,

F.A.R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59'F(+1SC)
- ALTERNATE (METRIC
MODEL B2-320

Chapter
3
Page 32

2. 1

2.4

2. 7

3. 0

3.3

3.6

3.9

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

160

Al RPORT
PRESSURE
ALTITUDE

--

- - ----

sm

a
a

1.8

2.1

2.4

2.7

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAY/2nd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYRE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED
3.0

3.3

RUNWAY
3.3.4

Feb.

1980

3.3
I.S.A.

(m)

3.6
LENGTH

3.9
(1000m)

F-A-R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59"F(+1SC)
- ALTERNATE (METRIC
tiODEL B4-101

UNITS)
Chapter
Page

3
33

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

A
AIRPLANE

IE

300
CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING
THE AIRCRAFT.

(ml

--

- -

m-..--

2
0

B
2
a
u-i

120-

RUNWAY LIMITATION
RUNWAYnnd
SEGMENT LIMITATION
RUNWAY/BRAKE
ENERGY LIMITATION
TYPE SPEED LIMITATION
NO WIND
NO RUNWAY SLOPE
NO BLEED

a
a

1 i

3.3.4

3.3
I.S.A.

Chapter
3
Page 34

1.8

2.1

2.4

2.7

3. 0
3.3
RUNWAY

3.6
LENGTH

3.9
(1 OOOm)

F.A.R.
TAKEOFF RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
CONDITIONS
+59*F(+is*c)
- ALTERNATE (METRIC
MODEL B4-203
- C4

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR
A

AIRPLANE

IE

300

CRARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

F-A. R. LANDING

FIELD

LENGTH

DRY RUNWAY
NO WIND
FLAPS 25-SLATS

AIRPORT

= ACTUAL

DISTANCE

25

PRESSURE

ALTITUDE

(ft)

GROSS WEIGHT
ALL

3.4

Feb.

1980

F.A.R.

AMBIENT

(lOOOlb>

TEMPERATURES

LANDING RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


3.4.1
FULL FLAPS (U.S.
UNITS)
MODEL B4/C4
Chapter
Page

3
35

AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE : THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPEClFiC TO THE AIRLINE
OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

F.A. R. LANDING

FIELD

LENGTH

= ACTUAL

DISTANCE
006

ml
cu/
gy

DRY RUNWAY
NO WIND
FLAPS 25O - SLATS 25
2700

2400

$
4
c

AIRPORT

PRESSURE

ALTITUDE

2400

(RI)

ii
J
I

2100

;1
i
1800

1800

1500

-1200

0
3
0

GROSS WEIGHT

(1OOOKg)

s
d
0

ALL

-0

AMBIENT

TEMPERATURES

In
a
a

3.4

Chapter
3
Page 36

F.A.R.
LANDING RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS
3.4.2
FULL FLAPS (I'JETRIC UNITS)
MODEL B4/C4
Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

25*

CHARACTERISTICS

THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR


INFORMATION
ONLY. THE APPRhiitD
VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE

+ 15% ON FORESEEN
WET RUNWAY

SLATS

IE

FLAPS

25
LANDING

DISTANCES
(kd

FINAL

M
a
a

. ..I

100

WEIGHT

3.4

Feb,

146llo

_.

1980

F.A.R.

(0

LANDING
3.4.3

.:.

. :

.i

TAIL
HEAD
WIND (kti

RUNWAY LENGTH REQUIREMENTS


FULL FLAPS
MODEL B 2

Chapter
Page

3
37

AIRBUS

INOUSTR

IE

A30

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE

:THESE
CURVES ARE GlVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC
TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

SLATS

2S
VREF

FLAPS
= 1.3

MAXIMUM
LANDING
WEIGHT

25
vs
2

127,500

B4

i
i
i
i

i F2 320
136,000
i!
ii
i!

e!

i
i
i
i
ii
i
iI

i!
i!
i!
ii ii' i I
ii
ii

130*

120%

10,

;:
g.
8In

100.

a
a

KG

133,

Chapter
3
Page 38

3.5 LANDING APPROACH SPEED


LANDING APPROACH SPEED (METRIC
MODEL B2 - B4

KG

-i

GROSS WEIGHT

3.5.1

OOOKG

(1000Kg)

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE :THESE CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION


ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

SLATS

25
VREF

FLAPS
= 1.3

MAXIMUM
LANDiNG
WEIGHT

25
Vs

c4

134,000

KG

i
i
i
i

w
0
5
.=

150

140

130

120

110,

9
0

100.

;:
0
2
in
a
a

GROSS WEIGHT (1OOOKg)

3.5.1

Feb.

1980

3.5 LANDING APPROACH SPEED


LANDING APPROACH SPEED (METRIC
MODEL C4

UNITS)

Chapter
Page

3
39

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
NOTE

:THESE
CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING
THE AIRCRAFT.

B2

281,000

LB

I
SLATS
VREF

FLAPS

25O
= 1.3

25O

i
im

Vs

i
i

i
i-

150,

140

130

120

110
0

MAXIMUM
LANDING
WEIGHT

B4

29,3,200

LB

i
i 82 320
i

! 299,820

i
i

i'y i
f'
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200

300

250

GROSS WEIGHT

3-5-2
Chapter
Page 40

3.5 LANDING APPROACH SPEED


LANDING APPROACH SPEED (U.S.
MODEL B2 - B4

(1000lb~

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTE

:THESE
CURVES ARE GIVEN FOR INFORMATION
ONLY.
THE APPROVED VALUES ARE STATED IN THE OPERATING
MANUALS
SPECIFIC TO THE AIRLINE OPERATING THE AIRCRAFT.

SLATS
VREF

25O
= l-3

FLAPS

25

MAXIMUM
LANDING
WEIGHT

Vi

c4295,410

LB

i
i
0

i
im

100

r:
%
s
In
a

250

300
GROSS WEIGHT (1000lb)

3.5.2

Feb.

1980

3.5 LANDING APPROACH SPEED


LANDING APPROACH SPEED (U.S.
MODEL C4

UNITS)
Chapter
Page

3
41

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A.300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERlSTlCS

4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.5
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2

Feb.

GROUND MANEUVERING
Turning
radii
- No slip
angle
Minimum turning
radii
Visibility
from cockpit
in static
position
Runway and taxiway
turnpaths
More than 90' turn runway to taxiway
90' turn runway to taxiway
90' turn taxiway
to taxiway
Runway holding
apron
Minimum parking
space requirement
Minimum parking
space requirements(U.S.
Minimum parking
space requirements(Metric

1980

units)
units)

Chapter 4
Page 1

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INDUSTR

IE

A
AIRPLANE

CHARACTER ISTICS

+25

FULL STEERING
ANGLE NORMALY
ALLOWS AIRCRAFT TO
PIVOT AROUND THIS POINT

NOTE :
ACTUAL OPERATING DATA
. . . .MAY
_... .
BE GREATER THAN VAL-me
.UES SHOWN
_..___._
SINCE TIRE SLIPPAGE IS NOT
CONSIDERED IN THESE CALCULATIONS

F4
/

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ANGL.E
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TURNING RADII NO SLIP


HODEL B2 - B4 - C4

il34.7&~.08

i163.&9.73

ANGLE
Feb.

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AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

--c

KJ---!

4.2
Feb,

1980

.E*s;~~~;
NOSE GEAR RADII TRACK

MINIMUM TURNING RADII


MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

4
3

AIRBUS

INDUSTRIE
A

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTTOBEUSED
FOR
LANDING
APPROACH
VISIBILITYI

ORIENTATION

ILOT
a

WITH

VI

EYE REF. POINT

MAXAFT VISION WITH HEAD


ROTATED
ABOUTSPINALCOLUMN

WITH HEADMOVED

4.3
Chapter
Page 4

VISIBILITY

FROM COCKPIT IN STATIC


MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

POSITION

4
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

JNDUSTR

AIRPLANE CHARACTERlSTlCS

NOSE STEERING

ANGLE

-25O

NOSE GEAR TRACK

21.75FT.
(6.63M.I

(22.86M.j

0
d
0
;:

B
x

NOTE : COORDINATE WITH USING


OPERATING PROCEDURE

In
a

AIRLINE

FOR SPECIFIC

PLANNED

4.4-l

Feb.

1980

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS


MORE THAN 90 TURN RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

4
5

INOUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

A300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

--

si
I1 -4

NOSE STEERING

ANGLE -25O

I
150FT.
(45.72M.)-

lOOFT.RAD.
U0.48M.)

I
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___-----------------I_______

NOTE :COORDiNATE WITH USING AIRLINE


OPERATING PROCEDURE

FOR SPECIFIC

PLANNED

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS


4.4.2
90 TURN RUNWAY TO TAXIWAY
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page 6

Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOSE STEERING

ANGLE -2S

NOSE GEAR TRACK

I
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CL------------------------

In
a

NOTE : COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINE


OPERATING PROCEDURE

.a

FOR SPECIFIC

PLANNED

4.4 RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY TURN PATHS


4.4.3
90' TURN TAXIWAY TO TAXIWAY
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

4
7

m
%Y

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOSE STEERING

ANGLE

--

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-2S

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I

280FT.
(85.4M.I

-;\\
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20FT.
(6.1M.I

20FT.
(6.1M.I
\

c-

75FT.
(22.86M.I
150FT.
-(45.72M.I

: COORDINATE WITH USING AIRLINE


OPERATING PROCEDURE

FOR SPECIFIC

PLANNED

--

-I

4.5 RUNWAY HOLDING APRON


MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page 8

4
Mar.

1986

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

4.5 Minimum Parking

Space Requirements

The following
charts
show the rectangle
space required
for
parking
against
the terminal
building,
chart 4.5.1 is in feet
and chart 4.5.2 in meters.
The rectange
includes
allowance
for swinging
the airplane
on
arrival
and departure.
Four parking
and departure
techniques
are considered,
as follows
:
(a) Nose in

(Tow Out)

The A300 taxies


in at right
angles to the terminal
and
halts
with the radome 15 feet
(4.57 meters)
away from it.
On departure
it is towed out backwards
at right
angles to
the terminal.
An allowance
of 25 feet
(7.62 meters)
spanwise is added for clearance
from other airplane.
(b) Parallel

(Power Out)

The A300 taxies


in a right
angles to the terminal
then
swings with maximum nose wheel steering
(65O) to achieve
minimum turning
radius
as shown in chart 4-2, halting
when
the fuselage
centerline
lies parallel
to the terminal
after
a 10 feet
(3.05 meters)
taxiing
straight
forward.
On departure it taxies
10 feet
(3..05 meters)
straight
forward,
then
swings with maximum nose wheel steering
(65') until
facing
at right
angles away from the terminal.
Clearance
of at
least
25 feet
(7.62 meters)
is maintained
between the A300
and the terminal,
the critical
part being the wing tip during the arrival
swing.
An allowance
of 25 feet
(7.62 meters)
parallel
to the terminal is added for clearance
from other airplane,
the critical
parts
of the A300 being the tail
cone during
the
arrival
swing and the wing tip on departure.
(c)

45'

Angle

In

(Power Out)

The same procedure


is followed
as in the last case, excebt
that the A300 halts
with its fuselage
centerline
at 45' to
the terminal.
Clearance
and allowance
are the same.
(d)

45O Angle

In

(Tow Out)

The same procedure


is followed
as in
that on departure
the A300 is towed
wheel steering
with a 10 feet (3.05
run. Clearance
and allowance
are the

Feb.

1980

the last case, except


with maximum nose
meters)
initial
straight
same.

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IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTES :

65NOSE WHEEL STEERING


(POWER OUT)
3 METER TRAVEL WITH
NOSE WHEEL STRAIGHT
AHEAD BEFORE AND
AFTER PARKED POSITION.

4,s METER BUILDING


CLEARANCE FOR NOSE-IN
PARKING

7,b METER BUILDING


CLEARANCE FOR OTHER
PARKING POSITIONS.
7,6 METER AIRPLANE TO
AIRPLANE CLEARANCE DURING
PARKING MANEUVERS.

COORDINATE WITH USING


AIRLINE FOR SPECIFIC
PLANNED OPERATING
PROCEDURE.

NGLE IN (POWER OUT)


.-am.*,-,
zuu

150
DISTANCE
OUT FROM
TERMINALFEET

100

In
a
a

DISTANCE ALONG TERMINAL-FEET

4.6.1
Chapter
4
Page 10

4.6 MINIMUM PARKING SPACE REQUIREMENTS


MINIMUM PARKING SPACE REQUIREMENTS
(U.S.
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

UNITS)

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

NOTES :

65O NOSE WHEEL STEERING


(POWER OUT)

7,6 METER BUILDING


CLEARANCEFOROTHER
PARKI NG POSITIONS

3 METER TRAVEL WITH


NOSE WHEEL STRAIGHT
AHEADBEFOREAND
AFTER PARKED POSITION

7,6 METER AIRPLANE TO..


AIRPLANE CLEARANCE DURING
PARKING MANEUVERS

4,5 METER BUILDING


CLEARANCE FOR NOSE-IN
PARKING

COORDINATE WITH USING


AIRLINE FOR SPECIFIC
PLANNED OPERATING
PROCEDURE

60

DISTANCE
OUT FROM
TERMINALMETERS

8
zIn
a

70

60

4.6 MINIMUM PARKING SPACE REQUIREMENTS


MINIMUM PARKING SPACE REQUIREMENTS
(METRIC
MODEL B2 - B4.C4

UNITS)

20

30

40

50

60

DISTANCE ALONG TERMINAL-METERS

4.6.2

Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

4
11

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

5.0

5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
R 5.1.7
R 5.1.8
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.3
5.3.1
5.4
'5.4.1
5.4,2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7
5.4.8
5.4.9
5.4.10
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2

FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

TERMINAL SERVICING
Airplane
servicing
arrangement
Symbols used on servicing
diagrams
Open apron free standing
- APU running
Open apron free standing
- APU not running
Two passenger
gangways - Parallel
- APU running
Three passenger
gangways - Nose In - APU not running
Three passenger
gangways - Double parallel
- APU IWIning
Open apron free standing
- APU running
Three passengers
gangways - Nose In - APU running
Terminal
operation
Turnround
station
(30 minutes
- 1 door open)
Turnround
station
(30 minutes
- 2 doors open)
Turnround
station
(30 minutes
- 3 doors open)
Turnround
station
(30 minutes
- Freight
mode)
Terminal
operation
Enroute
station
(20 minutes
- 3 doors open)
Ground service
connections
Ground service
connections
data
Ground service
connections
layout
Hydraulic
system
Electrical.
system
Oxygen system
Fuel system
Pneumatic
system
Oil system
Potable
water system
Toilet
system
Engine starting
pneumatic
requirements
Ambient
temperature
-4O'F
(-40'~)
Ambient
temperature
+60F (+lSOC)
Ambient
temperature
+lOO'F
(+38OC)
Ground pneumatic
power requirements
Heating
(U.S. units)
Heating
(Metric
units)
Cooling
(U.S. units)
Cooling
(Metric
units)
Preconditioned
airflow
requirements
U.S. units
Metric
units
Ground towing requirements
U.S. units
Metric
units

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CLEANING

- CONTAINER

- FREIGHT

FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

TRUCK

LOADER

CONTAINER

- GALLEY

LOADING

GC

- PRECONDITIONED

TRAIN

VEHICLE
AIR

GROUND TRUCK

GPU - GROUND POWER UNIT


PS

- PASSENGER
- TOILET

ACCESS STEPS

SERVICING

VEHICLE

* NOTE : WHEN USING A FUEL TANKER THE SAFETY ZONE


CLEARANCES MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
LOCAL/AIRPORT
REGULATIONS.

5.1
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ARRANGEMENT
SYMBOLS USED ON SERVICING
DIAGRAMS
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

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MODEL B2 - B4 - C4 PASS
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MODEL B2 - B4 - C4 PASS
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MODEL B2 - B4 - C4 PASS

- APU RUNNING
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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ESTIMATED

TIME-MINUTES

POSITION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMEN
OPENING DOORS AND
POSITION LOADERS
BACGACEANDCARGD
MOVEMENT
CLEAN CABIN
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMENT
SERVICE GALLEY
REFUEL
WALKAROUNDCHECK
REMDVE LOADERS AND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REF.IOVE JETWAYS AED
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

345 PASSENGERS - 1 DOOR OPEN - 100 ?. PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUELLING OF 80 7,
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGERFLOWRATE
<
16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING
APU RUNNING
FREIGHT AND BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED
100% UNLOAD - LOAD

5.2.1

Feb.

1980

5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MINUTES - 1 DOOR OPEN
MODEL C4 FREIGHT/PASSENGER
Chapter
Page

5
15

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ESTIMATED

TIME-MINUTES

POSITION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMEN
OPENING DOORS AND
POSITION LOADERS
BAGCAGEANDCARGO
MOVEMENT
CLEAN CABIN
SERVICE TOILET AN0
WATER REPLENISHMEN
SERVICE GALLEY
REFUEL
WALK AROUND CHECK
REMOVE LOADERS AND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTiONS

.
A

75 PASSENGERS - 1 DOOR OPEN - 100 %PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUELLING OF 80 %
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGERFLOWRATE
<
16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING

APU RUNNING
FREIGHT

AND BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

100% UNLOAD - LOAD

u-l
a
a

5.2-l
Chapter
5
Page 16

5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MIWTES
- 1 DOOR OPEN
MODEL C4 FREIGHT/PASSENGER
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

ESTIMATED

TIME-MINUTES

POSITION JETWAYS
AN0 STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMEN

6
2
r=

OPENING DOORS AND


POSITION. LOADERS
SAGGAGE AND CARGO
MOVEMENT

f
-u
0)
z
T
a

CLEAN CABIN
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMENT
SERVICE GALLEY
REFUEL
WALK AROUND CHECK
REMOVELOADERSAND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

281 PASSENGERS - 2 DOORS OPEN - 100 % PASSENGER


REFUELLING OF 80 y*

MOVEMENT

18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING


PASSENGER FLOW RATE<

16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING

APU RUNNING
BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

5.2.2

5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MINUTES
MODEL B2

- 2 DOORS OPEN
Chapter
Page

5
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AIRPLANE

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

ESTIMATED

TIME-MINUTES

POSITION JETWAYS
AN0 STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMEN
OPENING DOORS AND
POSITION LOADERS
BAGGAGEANDCARGO
MOVEMENT
CLEAN CABIN
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMEN
SERVICE GALLEY
REFUEL
WALK AROUND CHECK
REMOVE LOADERS AND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

281 PASSENGERS - 2 DOORS OPEN - 100 % PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUELLING OF 80 /
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGERFLOWRATE
<
16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING
APU RUNNING
BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

5-2.2
Chapter
5
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5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MINUTES
MODEL 'B4 - C4 PASS

- 2 DOORS OPEN
I
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTlCS

ESTIMATED

0
POSITION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMEN
OPENING DOORS AND
POSlTlON LOADERS
BAGGAGEANDCARGO
MOVEMENT

IE

10

~1

TIME-MINUTES

15

20

25

I t-

CLEAN CABIN
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMEN
SERVICE GALLEY

1I

-1

REFUEL

I
I

WALK AROUND CHECK


REMOVE LOADERS AND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

281 PASSENGERS - 3 DOORS OPEN - 100 % PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUE LLING OF 80 %
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGER FLOW RATE < 16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING
APU RUNNING
BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

5.2.3

I Feb.

1980

5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MINUTES
MODEL B2

- 3 DOORS OPEN
Chapter
Page

5
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AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

IE

characteristics

ESTtMATED

TIME-MINUTES

POSiTION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMENl
OPENING DOORS AND
POSITION LOADERS
BAGGAGEANDCARGO
MOVEMENT
CLEAN CABIN
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMENT
SERVICE GALLEY
REFUEL
WALK AROUND CHECK
REMOVE LOADERS AND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

281 PASSENGERS - 3 DOORS OPEN - 100 % PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUELLING OF 80 3
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGER FLOW RATE <
16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING
APU RUNNING
BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

5.2.3
Chapter
5
Page 20

5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MINUTES
MODEL B4 - C4 PASS

- 3 DOORS OPEN
I
Feb.

1950

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ESTIMATED

POSITION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS

TIME-MINUTES

I)

OPENING DOORS AND


POSITION LOADERS
CARGO MOVEMENT

SERVICE TOILET AN0


WATER REPLENISHMEN

REFUEL
WALK AROUND CHECK
REMOVE LOADERS AND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

100% UNLOAD - LOAD


REFUELLINC

OF 80 %

APU RUNNING
FREIGHT

0
LL
v
0

CONTAINERIZED

0
0
g
i5
In
a
a

5.2.4

Feb.

1980

5.2 TERMINAL OPERATION


TURNROUND STATION - 30 MINUTES
MODEL C4 FREIGHT

- FREIGHT

MODE
Chapter
Page

5
21

INOUSTR

1E

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ESTIMATED

TIME-MINUTES

20

POSITION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMENT
OPENING DOORS AND
POSITION LOADERS
BAGGAGEANDCARGO
MOVEMENT
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMENT
SERVICE GALLEY

REFUEL
I
WALKAROUNDCHECK

REMOVELOADERSAND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DlSCtiNNECTlONS
I

281 PASSENGERS - 3 DOORS OPEN - 60 yo PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUELLING OF 30 %
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGERFLOWRATE
<
16 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BOARDING
APU RUNNING
BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

5.3.1

Chapter
5
Page 22

5.3 TERMINAL OPERATION


ENROUTE STATION - 20 MINUTES - 3 DOORS OPEN
MODEL B2

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

30

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ESTlMATED

TIME-MINUTES

POSITION JETWAYS
AND STAIRWAYS
PASSENGERS MOVEMENT
OPENING DOORS AND
POSITION LOADERS
BAGGAGEANDCARGO
MOVEMENT
SERVICE TOILET AND
WATER REPLENISHMENT
SERVICE GALLEY
REFUEL
WALKAROUNDCHECK
REMOVELOADERSAND
CLOSECARGODOORS
REMOVE JETWAYS AND
STAIRWAYS
START ENGINES
DISCONNECTIONS

281 PASSENGERS - 3 DOORS OPEN - 60 % PASSENGER MOVEMENT


REFUELLING OF 30 %
18 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - DEPLANING
PASSENGER FLOW RATE <1 6 PAX/DOOR MINUTE - BDARDlNG
APU RUNNING
BAGGAGE CONTAINERIZED

5.3-l

Feb,

1980

5.3 TERMINAL OPERATION


ENROUTE STATION - 20 MINUTES - 3 DOORS OPEN
MODEL B4 - C4 PASS
Chapter
Page

5
23

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

POTABLE WATER FILLING


POTABLE

WATER FLUSHING

OXYGEN CHARGING
HYDRAULIC

POINT

POWER GROUND CONNECTION

ENGINE

AND CSD OIL

TOILET

SERVICING

ELECTRICAL

FILLING

CONNECTIONS

CONNECTION

GROUND CONNECTION

PRE-CONDITIONING
GRJkVITY

AND DRAINING

FUELING

ACCUMULATOR

AIR

CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
CHARGING

HYDRAULIC

TANK FILLING

HYDRAULIC

TANK AIR

PRESSURE FUELING

- LP

CONNECTIONS

CHARGING

CONNECTIONS

5.4 GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS


5.4.1
GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS DATA
MODEL B2 - B4
Chapter
5
Page 24

Feb.

1980
I

AIRBUS

INDUSTR
A

AIRPLANE

IE

300

CHARACTERISTICS

Al

5.4
5.4.2

Feb.

1980

GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS


GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS LAYOUT
MODEL B2 - B4
Chapter
Page

5
25

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

POTABLE WATER FILLING

Al

POTABLE

OXYGEN,CHARGING

HYDRAULIC

ENGINE

AND CSD OIL

TOILET

SERVICING

ELECTRICAL

PRE-CONDITIONING

GRAVITY

ACCUMULATOR

HYDRAULIC

TANK FILLING

HYDRAULIC

TANK AIR

PRESSURE FUELING

CONNECTIONS

PRE-CONDITIONING

CONNECTION/ENGINE

M
111

WATER FLUSHING

AND DRAINING

POINT

POWER GROUND CONNECTION


FILLING

CONNECTIONS

CONNECTION

GROUND CONNECTION

FUELING
AIR

CONNECTIONS

- LP

CONNECTIONS
CHARGING
CONNECTIONS

CHARGING
STARTING

- HP

5.4 GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS


5.4.1
GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS DATA
MODEL C4
Chapter
5
Page 26

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

in
a
a

5.4
5.4.2

Feb,

1980

GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS


GROUND SERVICE CONNECTIONS LAYOUT
MODEL C4
Chapter
Page

5
27

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

DISTANCE
CENTERLINE

A. Reservoir
charging
:
One l/4 in. self sealing
connection
common for
the 3 reservoirs
B. Accumulator
charging
:
Five MS 28889-l'.connections
(one per accumulator)
- Green
- Yellow

and Blue

- Braking

C. Reservoir
filling
:
One l/4 in. self sealing
connection
common for
the 3 reservoirs
D. Reservoir
overflow
Three l/4 in. sealf
sealing
connections
(one per reservoir)
- Green
- Yellow

and Blue

E. Ground test
Three 1 in. self sealing
connections
and three
1 l/4 in. self sealing
connections
(one pair
per system)
- Green
- Yellow

and Blue
5.4-3

Chapter
5
Page 28

Hydraulic
MODEL B2

System

Feb.

1980 J

AIRBUS

INDUSTRIE
A

AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

DISTANCE (FtMeters
AFT OF
NOSE

FROM AIRDT-a"=
CENTERLINE
CENTER

1 HEIGHT
I

RH SIDE

8
2
rt
.5
-0
al
2
a'C

LH SIDE

A. Reservoir
charging
:
One l/4 in. self sealing
connection
common for
the 3 reservoirs
B. Accumulator
charging
:
Five MS 28889-l
connections
(one per accumulater)
- Green
- Yellow

and Blue

- Braking
- Braking
C. Reservoir
filling
:
One l/4 in. self sealing
connection
common for
the 3 reservoirs
D. Reservoir
overflow
Three l/4 in, self
sealing
connections
(one per reservoir)
- Green
- Yellow

and Blue

E. Ground test
:
Three 1 in. self sealing
connections
and three
1 l/4 in. self
sealing
connections
(one pair
per system)
- Green
- Yellow

and Blue
System
5.4.3 Hydraulic
MODEL B2 320 - B4 - C4

1 Feb.

1980

Chapter 5
Page 29

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A3
AIRPLANE

CHiRACTERlSTlCS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Meters
DISTANCE (Ft - In.)

RH SIDE
One standard
6 pin connection - IS0 R461 specification

LH SIDE

Supply :
115/200 Volt Phase 400 HZ
Power required
: 90 WA

5.4.4
Chapter
5
Page 30

Electrical
MODEL B2

System

Feb.

1980

@A300
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ELECTRICAL

FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

SYSTEM
Meters
DISTANCE
(ft
AFT OF
NOSE

in.)

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE
IRH SIDEILH

One standard
6 pin
IS0 R461 specification
Supply:
115/200
Volt
Power required:
R

Electrical

Note:

connection

3 Phase 400
90 KVA

Connectors
For

mating

for

connectors

4*40
(14-5)

SIDE1
3.30
/ (10-10)

Hz
Servicing
contact

5.4.4
Electrical
MODEL B2 320
May

/ (g;;

MEAN
HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

HUBBEL

(FSCM 7H582)

System
- B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

*l/98
Printed in France

5
31

A300
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

K)R AIRPORT PLANNING

OXYGEN SYSTEM

Meters
DISTANCE
(ft
AFT OF
NOSE

- in.)

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

MEAN
HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

RH SIDE LH SIDE
One service
connection
(external
charging)
3/8
UNF x 24 TPI

12.05
(38-10)

in.

5.4.5

2.52
(8-3)

3.60
(11-9)

Oxygen System
MODEL B2

Chapter
5
Page 32

Feb.
Printed in France

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A CHARACTERISTICS
300

AIRPLANE

OXYGEN SYSTEM

I
I

D1STANCE

AFT OF
NOSE

I
I

One service
connection
(external
charging)
3/8
UNF x 24 TPI

31/82

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

FROM AIR?'""
rum?E
CENTERLINE
RH SIDE1

LH SIDE
I

,-

I
II

in.

S-4.5
Oxygen
MODEL B2 320
Jul

Meters(Ft - In.)

System
- B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

5
33

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

FUEL SYSTEM
*ISTANCE

Meters
(Ft - In.)

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE

RH SIDE I LH SIDE
Two standard
connections
Specification

MEAN

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND
--

'4;27
(14-O)

2 l/2 in.
- IS0 R45

Two Standard
2 l/2 in.
connections
- IS0 R45
Specification

11.84

4.27
(14-O)

Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)

24.95
(81-10)

12-35
(40-6)

12.35
(40-6)

4.72
(15-6)

Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)

31.02
(101-9)

20.39
(66-11)

20.39
(66-11)

5.27
.(17-3)

(300 U.S.

gal/mn)

Flow Rate :
1135 l/mn (250 Imp.
Maximum Pressure
:
50 psig (3.45 bars)

gal/mn>

APPROX. CAPACITIES

Two outboard
Two inboard
Total

per

per

connection

PER AIRPLANE

tanks
tanks
airplane

5.4.6 Fuel System


MODEL B2-32X
Chapter
5
Page 34

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTRIE
A

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

FUEL SYSTEM

Meters
D1STANCE (Ft - In.)

MEAN
HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE

RH SIDE I LH SIDE
Two standard
connections
Specification

2 l/2 in.
- IS0 R45

TWO Standard
2 l/2 ino
connections
- IS0 R45
Specification

11.84
(38-10)

4.26
(13-11)

12.35
(40-6)

4.72
(15-5)

Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)

(81-10)

Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)

31.02

20.39

20.39

5.27

(101-9)

(66-11)

(66-11)

(17-3)

Flow Rate :
1135 l/mn (250 Imp.
Maximum Pressure
:
50 psig (3.45 bars)

24.95

gal/mn)

(300 U.S.

APPROX. CAPACITIES

Two outboard
Two inboard
Total

per

12.35
(40-6)

gal/mn)

per

connection

PER AIRPLANE

tanks
tanks
airplane

Fuel System
MODEL B2 320

5.4.6

Feb.

1980

Chapter 5
Page 35

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

FUEL SYSTEM

FOR AIRPOKF PLANNING

Meters
D1STANCE (Ft - In.)
FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

Two standard
connections
Specification

2 l/2 in.
- IS0 R45

Two Standard
2 l/2 in.
connections
- IS0 R45
Specification
Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)
Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)

Flow Rate :
1475 l/mn (325 Imp.
Maximum Pressure
:
50 psig (3.45 bars)

gal/mn)

(390 U.S.

APPROX. CAPACITIES

One center

R Chapter 5
Page 36

per

PER AIRPLANE

Two inboard

5.4.6

gal/mn)

Fuel System
MODEL B4

connection

GA300
AlRPLANECHARACTERlSTlCSFORAlRPdRTPLANNlNG

FUEL SYSTEM

Meters
D*STANCE (Ft - In.)

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE

MEAN

HEIGHT
FROM
r;ROUNr:

RH SIDE I LH SIDE
Two standard
connections
Specification

2 l/2 in.
- IS0 R45

24.31
(79-9)

Two Standard

2 l/2 in.
- IS0 R45

24.31
(79-9)

connections
Specification

Two service
connections
(gravity
feed)

24.95
(81-10)

Two service

31.02
(101-9)

(gravity

connections
feed)

Flow Rate :
1475 l/mn (325 Imp.
Maximum Pressure
:
50 psig (3.45 bars)

gal/mn)

(13-11)
il.84
(38-10)

12.35
(40-6)

12.35
(40-6)

4.26
(13-11)
4.72
(15-S)
5.27
(17-3)

(390 U.S.

APPROX. CAPACITIES

4.26

11.84
(38-10)

gal/mn)

per

connection

PER AIRPLANE

LITERS LITERS IHP. GALLO?ISIMP. GALLONS U.S. GALLONS U.S. GALLONS


BASIC I OPTIONALI
BASIC
BASIC
OPTIONAL
I OPTIONAL I
Two outboard
tanks

2,450

Two inboard
tanks

9,280

,One center
tank

4,650

Total per
airplane

16,380

5.4.6
R Oct.

Fuel System
MODEL C4

1989
F%nted in France

Chapter 5
Page 37

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM

1E

CHARACTERISTICS

Meters
D1STANCE (Ft - In.)
AFT OF
NOSE

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE
1 RH SIDE1 LH SIDE

Two standard
3 in. IS0
TC20 connections
for engine
starting
and cabin conditioning.
Two standard
8 in. connections
(MS335621 for preconditioned
air (optional).

5.4.7
Chapter 5
Page 38

MEAN
HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

21.60
(70-10)

0.88
(2-11)

2.15
(7-l)

17.31
(56-9)

0.82
(2-8)
0.82
(2-8)

2.27
(7-5)
2.27
(7-5)

16.82
(55-2)

Pneumatic
System
MODEL B2
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM

CHARACTERISTICS

Y*YIcaL.Ga
(FtMeters_ In,)

nTcrFan7rv

I AFT OF
Two standard
3 in. IS0
TC20 connections
for engine
starting
and cabin conditioning.
Two standard
8 in. connections
(MS335621 for preconditioned
air
(optional).

IE

NOSE

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

RH SIDE

21.40
(70-10)

MEAN

HEIGHT
I
_::!-yClKUUNU

LH SIDE
I

0.88
(2-11)

2.16
(7-l)

17.31
(56-9)

0.82

16.82
(55-2)

0.82
(2-8)

2.27
(7-S)
2.27
(7-S)

(2-8)

5.4.7 Pneumatic System


i+4ODELB2 320 - B4 - C4
Feb.

1980

Chapter 5
Page 39

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

CHARACTERlSTlCS

OIL SYSTEM

Meters
D1STANCE (Ft - In.)
FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE
A. Engine oil replenishment
:
One gravity
fill
cap and
one pressure
fill
connection per engine fill

Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity
- Full level
- Usable

IE

required

:
: 6 U.S.
: 3 U.S.

Gal
Gal

_
18.00
(59-l)

: 25 psi
(22.710
(11.355

RH SIDE

LH SIDE

8.80
(28-11)

7.00
(22-11)

(1.72

MEAN

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

bars)

liters)
liters)

B. C.S.D. oil replenishment


:
One pressure
fill
connection per engine and one
gravity
fill
port
Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity

required

: 8-5

U.S.

5.4.8

R
Chapter 5
Page 40

: 25 psi
quarts

Engine

(8.04

(1.72

bars)

liters)

and CSD Oil


MODEL B2

System
Ott

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OIL SYSTEM

Meters
D1STANCE (Ft - In.)
FROM AIRXANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE
A. Engine oil replenishment
:
One gravity
fill
cap and
one pressure
fill
connection per engine fill

Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity
- Full level
- Usable

required

:
: 10.6
: 8.6

U.S.
U.S.

.
LH SIDE

18.20
(59-8)

(29-l)

: 25 psi

(1.72

\T;al (40.12
Gal (32.55

liters)
liters)

7.02
(23-00)

MEAN
HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

1.36
(d-6)

bar)

B. C.S.D. oil replenishment


:
One pressure
fill
connection per engine and one
gravity
fill
port
Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity

required

: 8.5 U,S.

5.4.8

Ott

1980

: 25 psi
quarts

(1,72

( 8.04

bar)

liters)

Engine and CSD Oil


MODEL B2 320

System

Chapter 5
Page 41

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OIL SYSTEM

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE

.RH SIDE

LH SIDE

8.80
(28711)

7.00
(22-11)

A. Engine oil replenishment


: -'
One gravity
fill
cap and
18.00
one pressure
fill
connec(59-l)
tion per engine fill

Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity
- Full level
- Usable

required

:
: 6 U.S.
: 3 U.S.

Gal
Gal

Meters
(Ft - In. )

&.I
nT~TiNcE

: 25 psi
(22.710
(11.355

(1.72

MEAN

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

1.40
(4-7)

bar)

liters)
liters)

B. C.S.D, oil replenishment


:
One pressure
fill
connection per engine and one
gravity
fill
port
Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity

required

: 8.5 U.S.

5.4-8
Chapter
5
Page 42

: 25 psi
quarts

(1.72

(8.04

Engine and CSD


MODEL B4

bar)

liters)

Oil

System
act

198@

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

.A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OIL SYSTEM

Meters
D1STANCE (Ft - -J-n.)
FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF:
NOSE I

RH SIDE
A. Engine oil replenishment
':
One gravity
fill
cap and
one pressure
fill
connection per engine fill

Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity
- Full level
- Usable

required

:
: 6 U.S.
: 3 U.S.

Gal
Gal

8.80

7.00

-( @-1.)

(28-11)

(22-11)

(22.710
(11.355

(1.72

FROM
GROUND
I

LH SIDE

.i8.00'

: 25 psi

MEAN
.I1 HEIC
;HT

1.40
(4-7)

bar)

liters)
liters)

B. C.S.D. oil replenishment


:
One pressure
fill
connection per engine and one
gravity
fill
port
Delivery

pressure

Tank capacity

required

: 8.5

U.S.

5.4.8

act 1980

: 25 psi
quarts

Engine

(8.04

(1.72

bar)

liters)

and CSD Oil


MODEL C4

System
Chapter 5
Page 43

GA300
AIRPLANE CHARACJl-EiRISTlCS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

POTABLE WATER SYSTEM

DISTANCE (Fpters
- In.)
FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE

AFT OF
NOSE
One standard
3/4 in. self
quick
release
cousealing
pling
for filling.
Two drain and two flushing
connections

Fill
rate
- Flow
- Pressure

MEAN
HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

18.41
(60-S)
5.13
(16-10)
42.10
(137-6)

0.70
(2-3)

2.48
(6-8)

4.32
(14-2)

:
: 91 l/mn (20 Imp. gal/mn)
: 25 psi (1.72 bar)

Usuable capacity
:
- 400 liters
(88 Imp.

gal.)

5.4.9

(106 U.S.

(24 U.S.

gal/mn)

gal.)

Potable Water
MODEL B2

R Chapter 5
Page 44

System
Oct.

F'rintedinFrance

1989

$A300
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

POTABLE

WATER SYSTEM

Meters
DISTANCE (Ft - In.)
FROM AU--'KPLANE
CENTE: RLINE

RH SIDE

Fill
rate
- Flow
- Pressure

gal.

(3-8)

2.48
(6-8)

1.63
(S-4)

(10-O)

(106 U.S.

(24 U.S.

4.33
(14-2)

gal/mn)

gal.)

5.4.9 Potable
Water System
MODEL B2 320 - B4 - C4
R Oct.

3.06
0.70
(2-3)

: 91 l/mn (20 Imp. gal/mn)


: 25 psi (1,72 bar)

Usuable capacity
:
- 400 liters
(88 Imp.

LH SIDE I

1.13

One standard
3/4 in. self
sealing
quick release
coupling
for filling.
Two drain and two flushing
connections

MEAN

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND

1989
Printedinfiance

Chapter 5
Page 45

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPlANE

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

TOILET SYSTEM

Meters
plsTmCE

(Ft

In

)
I

AFT OF
NOSE
'RH SIDE
Per servicing
panelOne Standard
4 in. drain.
connection
and two 1 in.
flush
connection

4.40
(14-5)
42.16
(138-4)

Capacity
Single
- Waste
- Chemical
fluid

toilet
:
: 58,7 liters
: 9,5 liters

Capacity
Double
- Waste
- Chemical fluid

toilet
:
: 120,liters
: 19 liters

5.4.10
Chapter 5
Page 46

MESN

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND
LH SIDE
1.71
(5.7)
0.64
(2-l)

(12;9 Imp. gal.)


(2.1 Imp. gal.)
(26.4 Imp. gal.)
(4.2 Imp. gal.)

3.28

(10-9)
4.26
(13-10)

(15.5 U.S. gal.)


(2.5 U.S. gal.)
(31.6 U.S. gal.)
(5.0 U.S. gal.)

Toilet
System
MODEL B2
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

TOILET SYSTEM
DISTANCE (F;Et;;=)
AFT OF
NOSE

FROM AIRPLANE
CENTERLINE
RH SIDE

Per servicing
panel
One Standard
4 in. drain
connection
and two 1 in.
flush
connection

m
aI

Capacity
- Waste

E
';:
a.2

Chemical

Single
fluid

Capacity
Double
- illaste
- Chemical
fluid

toilet
:
: 58,7 liters
: 9,5 liters
toilet
:
: 120 liters
: 19 liters

4.40
(14-5)
42.16
(138-4)

MEAN

HEIGHT
FROM
GROUND
I

LH SIDE
1.71
(5-7)

0.64
(2-l)

(12.9 Imp. gal.)


(2.1 Imp. gal.)
(26.4 Imp. gal.)
(4.2 Imp. gal.)

(15.5 U.S. gal.)


(2.5 U.S. gal.)
(31.6 U.S. gal.)
(5.0 U.S. gal.)

5.4-10 Toilet
System
MODEL B2 320 - B4 - C4

Feb.

1980

Chapter 5
Page 47

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

AIR SUPPLY
AT

AIR

SUPPLY

PRESSURE

AT

GROUND

CONNECTION

TEMPERATURE

FUSELAGE

CONNECTION

PS

495
60
4
-

8,000

FT

395

TIMATED

ThlE

(2 = SEA

LlivllT

IDLE

65 sec.

LEVEL)

295i

30

AIRFLOW

2
!I0
KlLOGRAnllS

180

is0

260
POUNDS

0 TO 8,000
TEMP.

5.5

Chapter
5
Page 48

FT.

AMBIENT

100
PER

REWIRED

110

AT

GROUND

CONNECTiON

120

130

MINUTE

2iO

2io

PER MINUTE

ALT.
: - 2OC

- 4F

ENGINE STARTING PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS


5.5.1
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -2O'C
(-4'F))
MODEL B2-320
Ott

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE


AT GROUND CONNECTION
I
PS

sec.

70

60

50

3,s

3,
40
2,5,

30
O

100

125

120

150

225
POUN:%R

250

130
275

MINlf!!

a
a
0

0 TO 8,000 FT. ALT.


TEMP. AMBIENT : - 4OOC

;:

5.5

Ott

1980

40F

ENGINE STARTING PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS


5.5.1
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -4O'C
(-40F)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

5
49

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

AIR SUPPLY
AT GROUNO

AIR

SUPPLY

AT

FUSELAGE

TEMPERATURE
CONNECTION

PRESSURE
CONNECTION

P!

L.

SOLUTE

-&gp

EARS

74
495
~vlAXldUtvl

6a

Z = SEA

4
-Z

50

DUCT
LEVEL

= 8,000

PRESSURE
- 45

psig

FT--,A

395
ESTIMATED
/

TlwlE LifullT TO IDLE


(Z - SEA LEVEL)

: 65

sec.

3
40

3a

0 TO 8,000
TEMP.

5.5

Chapter
5
Page 50

FT.

AMBIENT

ALT.
: + 15C

+ 59JF

ENGINE STARTING PNEUMATIC REQUIRWIENTS


5.5.2
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE +lSC
(+60F)
MODEL B2-320
act

1980

INOUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE


AT GROUND CONNECTION

iB! SOLUTEBARS

PS IA

sec.

570
w
60I
4

395

KILOGRAMS PER MINUTE

125

100

150

175

200

225

250

275

POUNDS PER MINUTE

0 TO 8,000 FT. ALT.


TEMP. AMBIENT : + 153C + 60F

5.5

ENGINE STARTING PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS


AMBIENT TEMPERATURE +lSC
(+60F)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

565.2

Ott

1980

Chapter
Page

5
51

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE


AT FUSELAGE CONNECTION

AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE


AT GROUND CONNECTION

PS

LSOLUTE BARS

495
60
4
-2

50

= 8,000

FT

395

STIMATED TIME LIMIT TO IO1.E ; 60 sec.


(2 = SEA LEVEL)

3
40
295

AIRFLOW REQUiREO AT GROUND CONNECTION

90
KILOGRAMS P%!INUTE

li0.

2eu,,,

,,$;2,,,

240

130

120

lo

2kI

2i6

9
0

0 TO 8,000

FT. ALT.

TEMP. AMBIENT : + 38%

+ IOOF

m
a
a

5.5
ENGINE STARTING PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS
5.5.3
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE +38'C
(+lOOF)
MODEL B2-320
Chapter
5
Page 52

Ott

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A30

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS
AIR SUPPLY TEMPERATURE
ATFUSELAGECDNNECTION

AIR SUPPLY PRESSURE


AT GROUND CONNECTION

PS

SOLUTE BARS

5
70
MAXIMUM DUCT PRESS=
Z = SEA LEVEL - 53 psig

43
60
4

50

33

3
40

30

50
100

AIRFLOW

60
125

70

KILO!&J?S

loo

110
250

150
Pzk

0 TO 8,000 FT. ALT.


TEMP. AMBIENT : +37,8OC

PEf!INUTE

REQUIRED AT GROUND CONNECTION

PER f!f~~

120

130
275

225

+ lOOoF

VI
a
a

5.5 ENGINE STARTING PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS


5.5?3 AMBIENT TEMPERATURE +38OC (+lOOF)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Ott

1980

Chapter
Page

5
53

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

E
.M

V
e
E
;:
p.

5.6

Chapter
5
Page 54

GROUND PNEUMATIC POWER REQUIREMENTS


S-6.1
HEATING (U.S.
UNITS)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

I
Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INOUSTR
A

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

3
si
0

5.6

I
1 Feb.

1980

GROUND PNEUMATIC POWER REQUIREMENTS


5.6.2
HEATING
(METRIC UNITS)
MODEL 32 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

5
55

10

PDUNDSPER

A A 5 05 06 00 0 CM 0

SECON

20

TEMPERATURE

38 C

AT 38%

30

AT GROUND CONNECTION - 1,4C

OUTSIDE AIR TEtiPERATURE

INITIAL CABIN TEMPERATURE

40

Printed

in France

50

COOLING

60 MINUTES

cl3
0

w
Lo

;Dr
tr
.

0 DM 0

20

TEMPERATURE

38 c

AT 38%

30

RELATIVE

HUMIDITY

AT GROUND CONNECTION - 1,4C

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE

INITIAL CABIN TEMPERATURE

KG PERSECOND

10

A A 5 05 06 00

40

Printed

50

in France

COOLING

60

MINUTES

CABIN

AT

NO GALLEY LOAD
LOAD 405OW

INLET TEMPERATURE

DEGREES CENTIGRADE

03 - 4 - 5- CABIN AT 24C , NO CREW OR PASSENGERS NO OTHER HEAT LOAD

e 2 - CABIN AT 260,7 C. ALL OTHER CONDITIONS SAME AS IN 1

ELECTRICAL

24 C PASSENGER AND CREW 279.

BRIGHT DAY SOLAR LOAD 4330W.

el-

01 00

06 00 EM 0

A 00 5 6 PO21

A A 5 05

I?
c

7J

CABIN AT 24C PASSENGER AND CREW 279.

A
NO GALLEY LOAD

INLET TEMPERATURE

DEGREES CENTIGRADE

10

25

20

15

- 1
_

AT OUTSIDE
T$MP.

NOOTHERHEATLOAD

ALL OTHER CONDITIONS SAME AS IN 1

LOAD 405OW

3 - 4 - 5 - CABIN AT 24C . NOCREWORPASSENGERS

2 - CABIN AT 26,7C.

BRIGHT DAY SOLAR LOAD 4330W.ELECTRICAL

l-

01 00

06 00 FM 0

A 00 5 B PO22

A A 5 05

30

35

40

I
45

3l
co
C
ul

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

5.8 Ground Towing Requirements


The following
charts show the drawbar pull needed to tow the
A 300 under various conditions,
and also the total load needed
on the traction
wheels to enable them to exert this pull without slipping.
Chart S-8-1 is in U.S. Units and chart 5-8-2 is
in Metric Units.
EXAMPLEshown by broken line :
The airplane
at a weight of 290,000 lb (131,542 kg) is being
towed backwards on wet concrete up a 2% slope. Engines are not
running. The drawbar pull required is 19,500 lb (8,845kg).
The total weight on the traction
wheels should be at least
33,000 lb (13,745 kg). If the airplane were being towed with
engines running at idle thrust the pull required would be
24,050 lb (10,900 kg) and the traction
wheels weight 42,350 lb
(19,190 kg).

Chapter 5
Page 60

Feb. 1980 1

(0
B

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

.UNUSUALBREAKAWAYCONDITlONSNOTREFLECTED
o ESTIMATED

FOR RUBBER TIRED TOW VEHICLES

o COEFFICIENTS

OF FRICTION $1 APPROXIMATE

300
A300

I4
8
s
a

60

TOTAL TRACTION LOAD x 1000

LBS

01234

PERCENTSLOPE

In
a
a

5.8

Feb.

1980

GROUND TOWING REQUIREM.ENTS


5.8.1
( U.S.
UNITS )
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

5
61

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

o UNUSUAL BREAKAWAY CONDITIONS NOT REFLECTED


o ESTIMATED

FOR RUBBER TIRED TOW VEHICLES

o COEFFICIENTS

OF FRICTION (~1 APPROXIMATE

150
A300
125
100

!
NO EiGINE
THRUST

TOTAL TRACTION LOAD x 1000

5.8

Chapter
5
Page 62

KG

BAiKING
AGAINST
IDLE
THRUST

i
i

PERCENTSLOPE

GROUND TOWING REQUIREMENTS


5.8.2
(METRIC UNITS)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

I
Feb.

1980

A300
AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

6.0

FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

OPERATING CONDITIONS

6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.1.9
6.1.10
6.1.11
6.1.12
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4

Jet

engine

Exhaust
Exhaust
Exhaust
Exhaust
(Metric
Exhaust
Exhaust
Exhaust
Exhaust
(Metric
Exhaust
Exhaust
Exhaust
Exhaust
Airport

exhaust
velocity
velocity
temperature
temperature
units)
velocity
velocity
temperature
temperature
units)
velocity
velocity
temperature
temperature

and communit

velocities

and temperatures

contours
- Breakaway power (U.S. units)
contours
- Breakaway power (Metric
units)
contours
- Breakaway
power (U.S. units)
contours
- Breakaway power
contours
- Take-off
power (U.S. units)
contours
- Take-off
power (Metric
units)
contours
- Take-off
power (U.S. units)
contours
- Take-off
power
contours
- Idle power (U-S units)
contours
- Idle power (Metric
units)
contours
- Idle power (U.S. units)
units)
contours
- Idle power (Metric
noise

External
noise
Noise data
APU noise levels
Danger

areas

of the

engines

Danger areas forward


of the engines
(Ground idle)
Danger areas forward
of the engines
(Take-off)
Accoustic
protection
areas
APU - Exhaust Gas Temperature
& Velocity

R - Definition
of Breakaway Power
R
Breakaway Power means the minimum
R
to be able to start
moving.

power

necessary

for

the

aircraft

Chapter
6
Page 1

May 01/98
Printed in France

Ft.

-60

I -80

FEET lb0

9
3
0a

r;O

ELEVATION

A A 5 06 01 01 0 AA 0

S'O

Q AIRPLANE

lb0
ii0

2bo

1 MPH = 1.6 KM PER HOUR

CONVERSION FACTOR

260

8 700 POUNDS OF THRUST

ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


BREAKAWAY POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

GROUNDPLANE

NOTE:

3bo

FEET&O

Ft.
-60
I

PLAN

5b

ELEVATION

A A 5 06 01 01 0 AB 0

I
sb

8700

150

AIKtLANt

. ..-...

CONVERSION FACTOR
I MPH = I. 6 km/h

160

GROUND PLANE

POUNDS OF THRUST

2b0

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


BREAKAWAY POWER. SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE

2io

3bo

f)
CD
C
u-l

METERS30

5-

IO-

15-

,A A 5 06 01.02

0 AA 0;

?5

30
1

NOTE:

in France

45

I5

1MPH = 1.6 KM PER HOUR

CONVERSION FACTOR

6,0-

8 700 POUNDS OF THRUST

?O

ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


BREAKAWAY POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

Printed

>
313
m

rn
-2

C
mD 03

3ii
-u
;5
z
c)
z
s
7
z
5
z
m

METERS30

5-

lo-

15-

M.
20-

ELEVATION

A A 5 06 01 02 0 AB 0

8700

CONVERSION FACTOR
I MPH = 1.6 km/l,

GROUND PLANE

POUNDS OF THRUST

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


BREAKAWAY POWER. SEA LEVEL STATIC ZERO WIND
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE

Ft.

FEET lb0

-60

Ft.

A A 5 06 01 03 0 AA 0

5b

il
S'O

lb0

Printed

160

in France

CONVERSION FACTOR
TEMP. FO TO CO
Co = (F - 32)
1.8

260

8 700 POUNDS OF THRUST

2ko

360

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES FAHSENHEIT.


BREAKAWAY POWER - SEAL LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE,

AIRBUS

INDUSTRIE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

R
6.1.3

act

1980

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE CONTOURS - BREAKAWAY POWER (U,S*
MODELS B2-320
AND B4-120

UNITS)

Chapter
Page

6
7

METERS 30

15

ELEVATION

A 4 5 06 01 04 0 AA 0

15

Q AIRPLANE

30

GROUNDPLANt

. ..-

45

CONVERSION FACTOR
TEMP. FOTO Co
CO = fF- 32)
-lx-

60

8 700 POUNDS OF THRUST

75

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES FAHRENHEIT.


BREAKAWAY POWER - SEAL LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

90

10

15

20

M.
25

METERS30

AA50601

04OABO

8700

CONVERSION FACTOR
TEMP. F TO Co
c=(m)
I.8

POUNDS OF THRUST.

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES FAHRENHEIT


BREAKWAY POWER, SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

AIRPLANE

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

F:
5
L

0
0
0

u-l
a
a

r:
L
6-1.5

.
iz

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST VELOCITY CONTOURS - TAKEOFF POWER (U.S.
UNITS)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

Chapter
6
Page 10

Ott

19eo

-60

Ft.
-80

FEETlhO

Ft.
I -60

5b

ELEVATION

340
I

A A 5 06 01 05 0 AB 0

204
I

5b

136
I

lb0

140
CONVERSION FACTOR
I MPH = 1.6 km/h

GROUND PLANE

51 720 POUNDS OF THRUST

260

2io

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR


TAKEOFF POWER, SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE

3bo
m

-i
a

n
m
C
cn

15-

20-

2s

M.

METERS 30
I

PLAN

1,5

A A 5 06 01 06 0 AA 0

?
I5

AIRPLANE

3O

4?

50 000

?5

CONVERSION FACTOR
1MPH = 1.6 KM PER HOUR

60
I

POUNDS OF THRUST

g?

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


TAKE OFF POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

R
6.1.6

Ott

1980

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST VELOCITY CONTOURS - TAKEOFF POWER (METRIC UNITS)
YODELS B2-320
AND B4-120
Chapter
Page

6
13

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

R
6,1.7

6.1 JET
EXHAUST

Chapter
6
Page 14

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
TEMPERATURE CONTOURS TAKEOFF POWER (U.S.
UNITS)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Ott

1980

-20

-40

-60

Ft.
-80

FEET&O

-20

-40

Ft.
-60

300

200

50

ELEVATION

250

A A 5 06 01 07 0 AB 0

ti

5b
160

140

CONVERTION FACTOR
TEMP. F TO Co
C - (F-32)
1.8

GROUND PLANE

51 720 POUNDS OF THRUST.

2bo

2bo

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES FAHRENHElT


TAKEOFF POWER,SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPEa

3bo

AiRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

0
8
u-t
a
a

6.1.8

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE CONTOURS TAKEOFF POWER (METRIC UNITS)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

Chapter
6
Page 16

Ott

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

6.1.8

Ott

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE CONTOURS - TAKEOFF POWER (METRIC
MODELS B2-320
AND B4-120
1980

UNITS)

Chapter
Page

6
17

FEET60
5b

A A 5 06 01 09 0 AA 0

I
5iO

I
100

Printed

40

2bo

in France

CONVERSION FACTOR
1MPH = 1.6 KM PER HOUR

2bo

3bo

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


GROUND IDLE POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

0
m
a
0
%
Ei
8
In
a
a

R
6.1.9

Ott

1980

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST VELOCITY CONTOURS - IDLE POWER (U.S.
UNITS)
MODELS B2-320
AND B4-120
Chapter
Page

6
19

METERS30

A A 5 06 01

30 0 AA 0

GROUND PLANE

CONVERSION FACTOR
1MPH = 1.6 KM PER HOUR

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR,


GROUND IDLE POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

10

15

20

M.
25

ELEVATION

A A 5 06 01 10 0 A8 0

METERS30

30

GROUND PLANE

45

60

NOTE : ALL VELOCITY VALUES ARE STATUTE MILES PER HOUR.


GROUND IDLE POWER, SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE

-20

-40

-60

FEET160

II

0 AA 0

5'0

ELEVATION

A A 5 06 01

5b

Q. AIRPLANE

lb0

GROUNDPLANE

Printed

lb0

i50

in France

CONVERSION FACTOR
TEMP. FO TO Co
co = (F- 32)
1.8

2bo

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES FAHRENHEIT.


GROUND IDLE POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGfNE TYPE.

3bo

FEETdO
5b

A A 5 06 01 11 0 A6 0

i
5b
IdO

CONVERSION FACTOR
TEMP. F TO Co

ii0

2bo

2io

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN DEGREES FAHRENHEIT


GROUND IDLE POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

3bo

5-

lo-

15-

20-

M.
25-

METERS 30

A A 5 06

12

0
AA 0

PLAN

ELEVATION

01

15

Q AIRPLANE

30

GROUND PLANE

45

CONVERSION FACTOR
TEMP. FJ TO Co
CO = (FO- 32)
-.-lx--

75

NOTE : ALL TEMPERATURES ARE IN OECREES FAHRENHEIT.


GROUND IDLE POWER - SEA LEVEL STATIC, ZERO WIND,
STANDARD DAY, ZERO RAMP GRADIENT ENGINE TYPE.

b
-

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

0
m
a
0
N
m
0
t&t
ln
a
a
I

6.1.12

Ott

1980

6.1 JET ENGINE EXHAUST VELOCITIES


AND TEMPERATURES
EXHAUST TEMPERATURE CONTOURS - IDLE POWER (METRIC
MODELS B2-320
AND B4-120

UNITS)

Chapter
Page

6
25

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

300

AIRPLANE

6.2 Airport

and Community

IE

CHARACTERlSTlCS

Noise

Noise level
footprint
contours
will
reflect
the noise level
impingement
upon a theoretical
ground level
plane at the same
elevation
as the runway.
Contours
are provided
for both takeoff and landing
operations.
These footprint
contours
will
permit
investigations
of the noise associated
with operation
of the airplane
at individual
airports
as it relates
to the airport
proper
and the adjoining
community.
This will
assist
in planning
investigations
related
to clear
zones, zoning for nonsensitive
land utilization
or
alternate
compatible
land development.
The foregoing
1. Action
noise

data

taken

2. Possible
3. Development
method

availability

on pending

restrictions

depends
legislation

imposed

and acceptance

by the

on :
related

to airplane

regulatory

of a common noise

agencies
measuring

As an interim
measure for airport
planning
it is recommended
that FAA DS-67-14 "Techniques
for Developing
Noise Exposure
Forecasts",
with the exception
of Section
4 "Land Use Planning"
be used as representative
of noise contours
for 2, 3 and 4 engine airplanes.
It must be kept in mind that the data presented is for effective
perceived
noise level
in units
of EPNdB,
and as such must be considered
to have a tolerance
of + 8
EPNdB.
In addition
to the preceding,
table
6.2.2 provides
cerning
engine maintenance
run-up noise to permit
possible
attenuation
requirements.

Chapter
6
Page 26

data conevaluation

Feb.

of

1980

z
2
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AIRBUS

INDUSTRIE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

CONDITIONS

FLight
APPROACH

EXTERNAL

Slats

NOISE

Flaps

path without
reduction

LEVEL

2o

After

Mod.

1569

2 (21
=( (3)
Ln (4)

After
After
After

Mod.
Mod.
Mod.

1357
1614
1652

Take-off

(1)

with

Slats

a
a

6.2

Feb.

1980

16/

Flaps 8
FIELD HEIGHT

: sea level

ATMOSPHERE

: ISA + 10 without wind


relative humidity 70 %

AIRPORT AND COMMUNITY NOISE


6.2.1
EXTERNAL NOISE
3lODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

6
27

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

35 Hz (Extrapolated)

63
125
250
500
1000

Hz

Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz

96.7

2000 Hz

GROUND STATIC
TAKEOFF POWER
100 METERS RADIUS

45' LEVELS ARE AVERAGE OF 40AND

SOLEVELS

ui
a
a

6.2

Chapter
6
Page 28

AIRPORT AND COMMUNITY


6.2.2
NOISE DATA
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

NOISE

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

TO BE ISSUED

6.2

Feb.

1980

LATER

AIRPORT AND COMMUNITY


6.2.2
NOISE DATA
MODEL B2-320

NOISE

Chapter
Page

6
29

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

6.2.3
APU NOISE LEVELS
The figures
presented
hereafter
have been obtained
after
analysis
of third
octave on the 45-11,
200Hz frequency
band in compliance
with Technical
Specifications.
Passenger
door sound levels
were recorded
1.50 metres from cabin
floor
and 0.30 m from outside
fuselage
wall.
SURROUNDING NOISE AT FORWARD/AFT
POINTS OF THE AIRCRAFT:
and in some other
points
(in dB)
-

neasuramt

ConfiQ.

AW ally

Points

operating
at 65%

Cmfig.
2
ml
at 84%
+ air
cond.
doors
closed

68.0

Config.
3
APU at 84%
+ air
cond.
some doors
QPm

Config.
4
Aw at 9n
- air
cmd.
FULL HEAT

70.0

n-2

69.8

72-l

m.s

72.3

76.1

80.7

7a.a

82.5

73.9

78.9

78.4

80.6

83.7

88.0

88.1

87.9

82.6

66.0

85.5

86.3

75.7

79.9

79.4

80.2

80.5

81.9

78.2

82.5

82.4

62.7

80.9

82.9

77.7

ai .o

79.9

60.9

75.9

80.2

79.8

80.7

al.3

80.9

80.8

ai .6

80.0

80.8

88.1

90.4

88.0

91.7

MEASUREMENT POINT LOCATION

SURROUN ING NC SE AT T.S.


REMENl
&AJ
Config.
1
APU only
operating
65%

Guarrntees

at

8323

ConfiQ.
2
Am at 84%
+ air
cond.
rioors
closed

Config.
3
APU at 84%
+ air
cond.
swc
doors
open

71.5

73.9

73.1

1x

83

23

77.1

81.1

81.3

III

Config.
4
APtI at 97x
) air
cond.
FULL HEAT

75.6
G

84.0
86.8

87

2 3

80.4

86.2

86.0

IV

a3

2 3

70.4

72.2.

74.9

83:3

75.2

78.5

77.5

a7 z 3

83.8

88.1

86.6

88.9

77.0

m.o*

79.08

a3.0*

82.1

85.2

84.6

86.9

74.4
c

80.8

VI

83

8323

87

85.9

87.7

87.5

90.0

a3 + 3

77.5

82.5*

m.o*

79.9

0
s:

+ 3

In
a
a

Config.

middle
and aft
RH doors
were
open.
Values
marked
: Only
G
were
obtained
in the guarantee
conditions,
i-edoors
open.
Cases
pointed
out % correspond
to measureq mts
that
cannot
be proceeded
to.
The values
transcribed
are
estimations
from
measurements
recorded
for
very
ctose
wints,
namely
pt.
3 for
*a**, and a point
located
on the same vertical
axis
1.2 m above
the
ground
for
1.

6.2 AIRPORT AND COMMUNITY NOISE


6.2.3 APU NOISE LEVELS
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
6
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LEVELS

RECORDED

( AIReseach

AROUND

TSCP 700-S

THE APU
APU 1

MEASUREMENTS ALONG A 30 METRE RADIUS


Config.

1 : APU alone

Config.

2 : APU + ai r cond.

packs

---m-a

Config.

3 : APU + air

cond.

packs

- Doors

. . . . . . .. . .

Config.

4 : APU + air

cond.

packs

- Rating

CIRCLE

65%
Doors

closed

- 84%

open

- 84%

on FULL HEAT

- 37%

In
a
a

6.2

Feb.

1980

AIRPORT AND COMMUNITY NOISE


6.2.3
APU NOISE LEVELS
:4ODEL B2 - B4 - C4
Chapter
Page

6
31

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

...............
................
...............
................
..............

INTAKE

SUCTION

ENTRY

CORRIDOR

SET WAKE

6.3.1

DANGER

AREA

GROUND

............

IDLE

AREA

6.3 DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES


DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES (GROUND IDLE)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

Chapter
6
Page 32
Mar.

1986

km
v

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE

INLET

SUNCTION

ENTRY

EXHAUST

DANGER

AREA

INDUSTR

IE

CHARACTERISTICS

GROUND

IDLE

CORRIDOR

WAKE

DANGER

6.3.1

Mar.

1986

6.3 DANGER A-SEAS OF THE ENGINES


DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES (GROUND IDLE)
MODEL B2-320
Chapter
Page

6
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w

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

Ezl

~NLETSUCTION

DANGER

EXHAUST

DANGER

6.3.2

WAKE

AREA

TAKE

OFF THRUST

6.3 DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES


DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES (TAKE OFF)
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

Chapter
6
Page 34
Mar.

1986

AIRBUS

AIRPLANE C~ARAC7ERlSTlCS

::.
.*..
.::. ...-:......
.::.
. -:.-.-*
7 6,P

INTAKE

lsl

SUCTION

JET WAKE

AREA

TAKEOFF

TURUST

AREA

6.3.2

1986

DANGER

6.3 DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES


DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES (TAKE OFF)
MODEL B2-320
Chapter
Page

6
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AIRPCANE CHARACTERISTICS

u-i
a
a

GENERAL ELECTRIC CF6-50C

6.3

6.3.3
Chapter
Page 36

ENGINES

DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES


ACOUSTIC PROTECTION AREAS
MODEL B2 - ?34 - C4
Feb,

1980

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

0
m
a
0
0
a
0
m
a
a
PRATT & WHITNEY JT9D59A

ENGINES

6.3 DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES


6.3.3
ACOUSTIC PROTECTION AREAS
MODEL B2-320

Feb.

1980

Chspter
Page

6
37

A300
AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

. V-4

IFeet)

-15

50

,40

-10
30

20
-5

10

.O
0

R
R
R

6.3
6.3.4

10

h-4

10

20

30

40

15

50

(Feet)

DANGER AREAS OF THE ENGINES


APU - Exhaust
Gas Temperature
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4

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6
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A300
AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

lb

[m]

4b

R
R
R

15

5'0

(Feet)

6.3 DANGER AREAS OF THE.ENGINES


6.3.4
APU - Exhaust
Gas Velocity
MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
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7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5

z
.,'
L
.s

7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
I

Mar.

PAVEMENT DATA
General Information
Landing Gear Footprint
Maximum Pavement Loads
Landing Gear Loading on Pavement
Flexible
Pavement Requirements
US Corps of Engineers
Design Method
Flexible
Pavement Requirements
LCN Conversion
Rigid Pavement Requirements
- Portland
Cement Association
Rigid Pavement Requirements
LCN Conversion
Aircraft
Classification
Number
Flexible
and Rigid Pavement

1986

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7.1 GENERAL INFORMATION


A brief
helpful

description
of the appended pavement
in their
use for airport
planning.

charts

will

be

All pavement requirement


charts
give data for a constant
main
gear standardized
tire
pressure
(TRA* ) which will
produce a
tire
deflection
of 32 percent
with the airplane
loaded to the
maximum ramp weight and the C.G. at its maximum permissible
aft position.
.Sub-section
configuration

7.2 gives basic data


and tire
sizes.

Maximum ramp weights


indicated.
Sub-section
loads for

on the

and corresponding

7.3 gives maximum vertical


certain
critical
conditions.

landing
tire

gear

pressures

and horizontal

footprint
are also
pavement

Sub-section
7.4
provides
charts
which show the static
loads
supported
by the main landing
gear struts
for the operational
limits
of the airplane.
These main landing
gear loads are used
for the interpretation
of the attached
pavement design charts
from which load values are extrapolated
when necessary.
For the A300, the certified
C.G's are as follows
:
. 18 to 33 % of the MAC ** for take-off
. 15 to 35 % of the MAC** in flight
and for landing
Sub-section
7.5 presents
pavement requirement
charts
for flexible
pavements based upon format and procedures
set forth
in
SEFL report
No. 165A being "Evaluation
of C-5A (CX-BLS) Aircraft
Ground Flotation
Characteristics
for Operation
from
Flexible
Pavements"
dated Febrary
1965, prepared
by Systems
and Engineering
Group Research and Technology
Division,
Air
Force Systems Command, Wright-Patterson
Air Force Base, Ohio,
U.S.A.
Sub-section
7.6 consists
of LCN conversion
curves for flexible
pavements.
The LCN chart also gives load plots
for airplane
A300 showing equivalent
single
wheel load versus pavement
thickness
"h" for flexible
pavements.

Feb.

*TRA

Tire

** MAC

Mean Aerodynamic

1980

and Rim Association


Chord

Chapter 7
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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

Sub-section
7.7 provides
rigid
pavement design curves prepared
with the use of the Westergaard
Equations
in general
accordance with the procedures
outlined
in the 1955 edition
of "Design
of Concrete
Airport
Pavement"
published
by the Portland
Cement
Association,
Illinois,
U.S.A, but modified
into the new computer program format described
in the 1968 Portland
Cement
Association
publication,
"Computer
Program for Airport
Pavement
Design".
(Programm PDILB) by Robert G. Packard.
The following
design curves

procedure
:

is used to develop

the rigid

pavement

9)
B
2
La.
2

1. Having established
the scale for pavement thickness
to the
left
and the scale for allowable
working
stress
to the
right,
an arbitrary
load line is drawn representing
the main
landing
gear maximum weight
to be shown.
2. All values of the subgrade modules
(k values)
plotted
using the maximum load lines.

are

vCJ
z
Z
al

then

3. Additional
load lines
for the incremental
value of weight
on the main landing
gear are then established
on the basis
of the curve for k = 300 psi,
already
established.
Sub-section
7.8 represents
LCN conversion
curves for rigid
pavements having been plotted
using procedures
and curves in
international
Civil
Aviation
Organization
(ICAO) document
7290-AN/865-2,
Aerodrome Manual, part 2, 2nd edition
1965, +
Addendum corrigendum
No. 1 dated 1.8.67.
The LCN charts
also illustrate
load plots
for airplane
A300
showing equivalent
single
wheel load versus radius
of relative
stiffness
factor
for rigid
pavements.
Note

: Pavement requirements
cover
sures presently
planned
for
on the A300.
All curves
pressure,

represent

data

loads,
tires
and tire
certified
commercial
at a constant

specified

presusage
tire

CAUTION :
TIRE INFLATING PRESSURES QUOTED BELOW ARE NOMINAL,
AIRPLANE ON JACKS. NOMINAL PRESSURES FOR TIRES
SUPPORTING THE AIRPLANR WHIGHT ARE 4% HIGHER.
OPERATORS SHALL CONFORM WITH THE TIRE INFLATING
PRESSURES QUOTED IN THE RELEVANT MAINTENANCE
DOCUMENTS (MM CH 12 AND 32)

Chapter
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Sub-section
7.9 represents
the ACN/PCN system as referenced
in
Amendment 35 to ICAO Annex 14, "Aerodromes",
7th Edition,
June
1976, provides
a standardized
international
airplane/pavement
rating
system replacing
the various
S, TT, LCN, AUW, ISWL, etc.,
rating
systems used throughout
the world,
ACN is the Aircraft
Classification
Number and PCN is the Pavement Classification
Number. An aircraft
having an ACN equal to or less than the PCN
can operate
on the pavement subject
to any limitation
on the tire
pressure.
Numerically,
the ACN is two times the derived
singlewheel load expressed
in thousands
of kilograms,
where the derived
single
wheel load is defined
as the load on a single
tire
inflated
to 1.25 MPa (181 psi) that would have the same pavement requirements as the aircraft.
Computationally,
the ACN/PCN system used
the PCA program PD ILB for rigid
pavements
and S-77-l
for flexible
pavements to calculate
ACN values.
The method of pavement evaluation is left
up to the airport
with the results
of their
evaluation presented
as follows
:
PCN

PAVEMENT SUBGRADE TIRE-PRESSURE


TYPE
CATEGORY
CATEGORY
R-Rigid
F-Flexible

Chapter
flexible

A-High
B-Medium
C-Low
D-Ultra
Low

Limit
X-To 1.5MPa
(217 psi)
Y-To l.OMPa
(145 psi)
Z-To 0,SMPa
(73 psi)

W-No

EVALUATION
METHOD
T-Technical
U-Using aircraft

7.9 pages 2 and 3 shows the aircraft


ACN values
pavements.
The four subgrade categories
are :

for

A-High Strength
- CBR 15
B-Medium Strength
- CBR 10
C-Low Strength
- CBR 6
D-Ultra
Low Strength
- CBR 3
Chapter
7.9 pages 4 and 5 shows the aircraft
pavements.
The four subgrade categories
are

ACN values

for

rigid

A-High Strength,
k = 150 MN/d
(550 pci)
B-Medium Strength,
k = 80 MN/m3 (300 pci)
C-Low Strength,
k = 40 MN/m3 (150 pci)
D-Ultra
L'ow Strength,
k = 20 MN/m3 (75 pci)

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MDDEL
137,900
304,000

I-lain pear
size
I (standard

Kg
lb

82

02

142,900
315,000

Kg
lb

!4ODEL

142,900
315,000

Kg
lb

150,900
332,700

In.

x 16 in.

-20

Kg
lb

84

153,900

Kg

339,300

lb

46

in.

HODfL

158,400
349,200

Kg
lb

165,900

Kg

365,750

lb

165,900
365,750

Stage

tire
tiresJ

111

84

Type VII

49 in.

x 17
Type

in.
VII

-20

C4
Kg

lb

in.

18.6 m
61.05 ft

t
--

--____I_-

gi6'm
31,496

--

*
T
0.625 m
24.6 in

ft

---

0
a
a
0

*TRA standardized
tire
pressure
(TRA: Tire and Rim Association)

=r
z
ln

a
a

**Associated
(60in) for

to a landing
geometry
B2, B4, and C4.

of 0.978m

(38.5i.n)

x 1.524m

7.2 LANDING GEAR FOOTPRINT


MODEL B2 - B4 - C4
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NG = MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST FORWARD C.G.


"MG = MAXIMUM VERTICAL NOSE GEAR GROUND LOAD AT MOST AFT C.G.
H = MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL GROUND LOAD FROM BRAKING
NOTE ALL LOADS CALCULATED USING AIRPLANE MAXIMUM GROSS WEIGHT.

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LANDING

95

of weight

on main landing geer

GEAR LOADING
MODEL B2/B2K

ON PAVEMENT

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

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90
Percentage of weight

7.4.2

Chapter
7
Page 10

LANDING

95
on main landing

gear

GEAR LOADING ON PAVEMENT


MODEL B4 - C4

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

ST ANDARD
I

TIRES

46 x 16 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

166 psi (11.6

FLEXIBLE
z PAVE MEN7
PC THlCl <NESS__
E

bed

g
2
!Y

25

Weight on main landing gear

125

kg

80 000
000
120 000
129 350 +

17270
%%o
220 460 98 060
264550 117680
285 160 126 850

60

(See page 7.4.1)

175

I I I ll1ll
1

I Ilil

4 5678910

20

h
0

SUBGRADE

In

STRENGTH

30 40

200
60 80100

(CBR)

a
a

7.5-1.1
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B2 - 137t STANDARD TIRES
Feb.

1980

chapter
Page

7
11

ZIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

300

A
AIRPLANE

CHARACTERISTICS

=-I EXIBLE

OPTIONAL

TIRES

49 x 17 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

150 psi (10.35

bard

;j; 2 VEMENT
a TH ICKNESS

Weight on main landing gaar


80 boo
100 000
120000
129350 *

lb
173 370
220 460
264550
285 160

daN
76 450
98 060
117680
126850

3 125

I III

60

(See paga 7.4.1)

0
al
a

Maximum possible main gear load


at maximum ramp weight and aft C.G.

0
0
%
yc
0

In

5678910
SUBGRADE

STRENGTH

(CBR)

a
a

7.5.1.2
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B2 - 137t OPTIONAL TIRES
Chapter
7
Page 12

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AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

STANDARD

TIRES 46 x 16 - 20 TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

AT 180 psi (12.4 bars)

z
K

FLEXlBL=
PAVEMEI
THICKNE

r
=

30

40
Weight on main landing gear

50
100000
220460
98060
1000 264550 117680
134 040 * 295 500 131450

60

70

ul
a

5678910

20

SUBGRADE STRENGTH

30 40

200
60 80100

(CBR)

7.5.1.3
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B2 - 142t STANDARD TIRES
Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

7
13

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES

49 x 17 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

155 psi (lo.7

ban)

EXI6l.E
2 tVEMEN1
TH lICKNESt

r
:

20

30

40
Weight on main landing gear
80000
100000
120000
134040+

!LLL-LLL! I

173370
220460
264 550
295500

50

78450
iii
117680
131450

60

(See page 7.4.1)

70

0
0
a
0

at maximum
I

1
In

ra

Ill

200

5678910
SUBGRADE

a
a

20
STRENGTH

30 40

60 80100

(CBFI)

7.5.1.4
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B2 - 142t OPTIONAL TIRES
Chapter
7
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1980

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- INDUSTR
00

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

THIS

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PAGE LEFT

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Page

7
15

AIRBUS

INOUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

STANDARD

TIRES

46 x 16 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT
THICKNESS

CONSTANT

Weight on main landing gear

\I
\\-$-&t

kg
000
100 000
000
134 040 *

17E370
220 460
264550
295 500

7ds&o
98 060
117680
131450

m 150
m

(See page 7.4.1)

I IIIlllIIlll

125

60

I I I-rrlrrm175

* Maximum possible main gear load


at maximum ram0 weiaht and aft C-G.
t

NUMBER oF CoVERAGES : 5.000 1

5678910
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t! :i !iiii! ! ! !i Iiiif

20
STRENGTH

30 40

60 801

Y0

(CBR)

7.5.2.1
FLEXIBLE
PAVE-MENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B2K - 142t STANDARD TIRES
Chapter
7
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AIRBUS

INDuSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERJSTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES

49 x 17 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

155 dri (10.7

ban)

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT
THICKNESS

50

20

75

30

100

40

Weight on main landing gear


,

125

kg

80 000
100 000
120 000
134040

17ib370 ;;!50
220 460 98 060
26 4550 117680
295500 131460

50

60

(See page 7.4.1)

70
0
z!
0

v
2

cu

20

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STRENGTH

30 40

60 801

(CBR)

In
a

7.5.2.2
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B2K - OPTIONAL TIRES
Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

7
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Chapter
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AIRBUS

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IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

STANDARD

TIRES

46 x 16 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

194 Psi (13.4

bars)

F:LEXIBLE
AVEMENT
FHICKNESS

30

40
Weight on main landing gear

90 bO0
110000
130000
141 550*

198 400
242500
286600
312060

50
107870
127500
138800

150

(See page 7.4.2)

at maxlmum

ramp weight and aft C-G.

NUMB

5678910
SUBGRADE

20
STRENGTH

30 40

200
60 80100

(CBR)

7.5.3.1
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 150t STANDARD TIRES
Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

7
19

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES 49 x 17 - 20

TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

AT lB4 pri (11.3 ban1

gj PP
a ThaLmsucaa

Weight on main landing gear

147 550*

312060

138800

60

0
m
a
0
2
0"
2

* Maximum possible main gear load


at maximum ramp weight and aft C.G.

v)

5678910

20

SUBGRAOE STRENGTH

30 40

60 80100

ICER)

7.5.3.2
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 150t OPTIONAL TIRES
Chapter
7
Page 20

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I RS

U S

INDUSTR

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

STANDARD
I

TIRES 46 x 16 - 20 TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

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Illll

AT 194 psi (13.4 bars)

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kg

90 000
110000
130000
144360

19&00
242500
286 600
* 318250

daN
88 260
107870
127 500
141 570

125

60

page

I I lltm

5
u
0

n
0

!s

* Maximum possible main gear load


at maximum ramp weight and aft C.G.

I I IIIII
2

In

IIIII
SlkGRADE

u
u

10

4 5678-910
STRENGTH

(CBR)

7.5.3.3
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 153t STANDARD TIRES
Feb.

1980

Chapter
Page

7
21

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300;

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES 49 x 17 - 20

I I I Ill1

TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

bars)

sti
j
2
I I1111 I III E

I I lllll

Illll

AT 164 psi Ill.3

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z PAVEMENT
@Z THICKNESS

I Ill1

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daN
90 000

h~llOOO0

198 400

242 506
130000
286600
144360 + 318250

88260
107870
127500
141 570

-I

60

(See page 7.4.2)

Ii i i
175

0
0
a
0

* Maximum possible main gear load


at maximum ramp weight and aft C. G.

NUMBER OF COVERAGES

:5.000

200
2

5678910

20

SUBGRADE STRENGTH

30 40

60 80100

(CBRI

7.5.3.4
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 153t OPTIONAL TIRES
Chapter
7
Page 22

Feb.

1980

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

STANDARD

TIRES

46 x 16 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT
206 psi 114.2

bard

iij
a

-*
I-LtJ -YIBLE
PAVI EMENT
THIC. :KNESS
__

Weight on main landing gear

,120 000
264 550
140 000
308 650
148 850 * 327 560

117680
137 300
145 700

60

(See page 7.4.2)

ZOVERAGES

20

5678910

30 40

: 5.

71111
o"60 80 100

0
m

SUBGRADE

STRENGTH

(CBRI

a
a

7.5.3.5
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 157.5t
STANDARD TIRES
Feb,

1980

Chapter
Page

7
23

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CRARA~TERISTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES 49 x 17 - 20 TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

AT 172 psi 111.85 bars)

FLEXIBLE
;ii PAVEMENT
fIJ THICKNESS

25

50

20

75

30

40
Weight on main landing gear
ka
100 300
120000

lb
22060
264550
308 650
148 850 * 327 660

daN
--- 98 060

125

50

117fMcl
- ---

ii7 300
145 700

60

(See page 7.4.2)

0
2
0

0
0
r-0

5678910

20

30 40

200
60 80100

v)

SUBGRADE STRENGTH

(CSR)

7.5.3.6
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 157.5t
OPTIONAL TIRES
Chapter
7
Page 24

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1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES

49 x 17 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

172 psi Ill.8

li; PA
IL: Tk

bad

Weight on main landing gear


00000
20000
~+#=++=++j-~ 30 000
850 *

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t

at maximum

t
1
v)

ramp weight and- aft


- _C-G.
-_-_

1 1 I lllll
2

1Sfl
.W

(See page 7.4.2)


I
1 I I IIII

IIlI

I I , ,

; : j I I

NUMBER OF COVERAGES
:,831
5.000.
II

60

I I I I I I I I I I I 12oo

1 I Ill
51 578'910
SUBGRADE

220460
98060
264550 117680
286 600 727 500
327 560 i415 700

20
STRENGTH

30 40

60 80100

K%Fl)

7.5.3.7
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4 - 157,St
OPTIONAL TIRES
LANDING GEAR GEOMETRY
38"5x60"
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1980

Chapter
Page

7
25

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

A
AIRPLANE

STANDARD

115

CHARACTERISTICS

TIRES 49 x 17 - 20 TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

FLEXIELE
2 PAVEMENT
1: THICKNESS
ii

AT 180 psi (12.4 bars)

2
ii
iu
2
25

50

75

100

-1

Weight on main landing gear

125
m

100 500
120000
IO
155 600 *

220460
264550
308 650
343 040

117680
137 300
152 590

(See page 7.4.2)

_
at maximum

0
0
b
0
In
a
a

-60

175

8
a
0

150

ramp weight and aft C.G.

1 I lllll
2

! !!!I!
!!I
NUMBER OF Co\lEFA,GES :,UJ$

Illll

Ill11
4

5678910

'70

20

SUBGRADE STRENGTH

30 40

III
60 80 1 2ooo

(CBR)

7-5.3.8
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4-C4 - 165t STANDARD TIRES
Chapter
7
Page 26

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198G

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

STANDARD

TIRES

49 x 17 - 20

TIRE

PRESSURE

CONSTANT

AT

180 psi 112.4

bed

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT
THICKNESS

50

20

75

30

40

2&60

264 550
308 650
343 040

daN
96 060
117680
137 300
152 590

125

50

60

!e page 7.4

70
f

.
I

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2 3 4

Illll

I I I Illll

5678910

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STRENGTH

30 40

IIII
60 80'

ICBR)

7.5.3.9
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
U.S.
CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN METHOD
MODEL B4-C4 - 165t
STANDARD TIRES
LANDING GEAR GEOMETRY
385x60

Ott

1980

Chapter
Page

7
27

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

A30

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

OPTIONAL

TIRES 49 x 19 - 20 TIRE PRESSURE CONSTANT

VW

lli

I I ! I IA A?izI

FLEXIBLE
- -AVEMENT
zr
1HICKNESS

I
I II

AT 161 psi (11.1 bars)

,.:. . . ..
{Ill
I IIll

,30

75

Weight on main landing gear

60
.

,,
II

,
,
1111

II

III1

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at maximum ramp weight and aft C.G.

a
0
a

22
G

I I 3Illll4

I IIll
IIlll

II

5678910

I Iii
IIll

NuMBEl

30 40

20

SUBGRADE STRENGTH

I
I

200
WV60 80100

(CBR)

a
a

7.5.3.10
FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIRE;ENTS
U .S. CORPS OF ENGINEERS DESIGN iJETHOD
P:ODEL B4-C4 - 165t OPTIWAL
TIRES
Chapter
7
Page 28

Ott

1980

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

7.6

FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS - L.C.N.

CQNVERSION

In order to determine
the airplane
weight
that can be accommodated on a particular
flexible
airport
pavement,
both the LCN
of the pavement and the thickness
"h" of the pavement must be
known.
Example

No.

Determination

of the LCN of an A300 on a given

Data :
. Runway
e Aircraft
A300 B2
- Tires
: 46 x
- Average C.G.

runway.

: h = 25"
: Ramp weight
132 t
16-20 (standard)
position

a) Determination
of the weight
average C.G, position
Refer Page 7.4.1
- Load on main landing

on main

gear

landing

: 91 % of the

gear

total

for

load

the

132T-.x 91
100

= 120 T

b) Aircraft
LCN at "h" = 25"
Refer to page 7.6.1.1
Aircraft
LCN : 73
Example

No. 2

Determination
runway.

of

the max.' ramp weight

admissible

on a given

Data :
. Runway

: LCN 68
Thickness
: 48 cm
. Aircraft
A300 B4 basic
(150 T)
- Tires
: 49 x 17-20 (option)
- Max. aft C-G. position

a) Determination
of the max. admissible
gear
Refer to page 7.6.3.2
Admissible

Feb.

1980

weight

on main

landing

load

gear

on main

: 125,000

landing

kg.

Chapter 7
Page 29

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

b) Determination
of the max. permissible
Refer to page 7.4.2

aircraft

- % of weight on main landing


gear : 93.8
- Max. admissible
aircraft
ramp weight
:

ramp weight

125 000 kg x 100


93.8
= 133 260 kg

Chapter
7
Page 30

Feb.

1980

AIRBUS

f+$jhJDus+RlE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

7.6.1-l

Mar.

1986

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS L.C.N.
MODEL B2 - 137t STANDARD TIRES

CONVERSION

Chapter
Page

7
31

AIRBUS

INDUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE
CHARACTERISTICS

8
P
rt
.P

-. -.- ___ .
---..

::
E
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8 5;
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7.6.1.2

Chapter
7
Page 32

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS L.C.N.
MODEL B2 - 137t OPTIONAL TIRES

CONVERSION

Mar.

1986

AIRBUS

m
WINI

3USTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

.f

7.6.1.3

Mar.

1986

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS L.C.N.
MODEL B2 - 142t STANDARD TIRES

CONVERSION

Chapter
Page

7
33

AIRBUS

m
w

INDUSTR

IE

A 300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

--.-_

-----.

-...

.__

._

._

.. _

. _ __

. ._-

.-

_.

..

._..

.-_

..__

7.6.1,4

Chapter
7
Page 34

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS L.C.N.
MODEL B2 - 142t OPTIONAL TIRES

CONVERSION

Mar.

1986

INDUSTR

AIRBUS

IE

A30

AIRPLANE CHARACTERlSTiCS

THIS

Feb.

1980

PAGE LEFT

BLANK

INTENTIONALLY

Chapter
Page

7
35

50

60

70

80

100
90

s
dg

EOUIVALENT
SINGLE
WNEEL
LOAD

A.-..\

'i...:.

40

30

CONSTANT

60
FLEXIBLE

60

70 80
PAVEMENT

'

THtCKNESS

I.

100

bat

40!

THICKNESS

A,
WElOW

POSSIBLE

MAIN GEAR.LOAD
MIX,MM
RAMP
AN0 APT CG _

MAXIMUM

301

180 p~i112.40

26

AT

46 I 1fJ. 20

. 201:

PAVEMENT

SINGLE WHEEL
LOADS
BY METHODS
SHOWN

TIRES

PRESSURE

NOTE :
EQUIVALENT
ARE DERIVED

TIRE

STANOARO

-.

CLEXlSLl

IINCHES)

60

150
ICENTIME~ERSI

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:

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kg ,2204CiO
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124240

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IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

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..._._-

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7.6.2.2

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1986

Ogl-2

5:

I3

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS
MODEL B2K - 142t OPTIONAL

w
e

L.C.N.
TIRES

CONVERSION

Chapter
Page

7
37

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INDUSTR
A

IE

300

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

THIS

Chapter
7
Page 38

PAGE LEFT

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1980

2.

10

it

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SINGLE
WHEEL
LOAO

I
20
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PAVEMENT

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40

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50

60

4:
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PAVEMENT

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100

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IINCHES)

50

60

ICENT1METERSI

150

- -

200

70 80

I * 1-1~~

40

THICKNESS

1
NOTE :
EOUIVALENT
sra31.Ewnfm LOADS
ARE DERIVED
BY METHODS
SkIOWN
IN ICAO AERODRGME
MANUAL
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ON MAlL
LANDtNO
GEAR
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in France

i..

60

70
NUMSER

I
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AIRBUS

m
w

INOUSTR

IE

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

. ,\i

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1;
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7.6.3.2

Chapter
7
Page 40

..:I/
..
.

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS L.C.N.
MODEL B4 - 150t OPTIONAL TIRES

I
II ,
i :
: .j- ;
1.;

CONVERSION

Mar.

1986

AIRBUS

INDUSTRIE

30

AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS

----

--..

-.

. ..+---

-._.

---

___
....-_
.- _.

7.6.3.3

Mar.

1986

FLEXIBLE
PAVEMENT REQUIREMENTS L.C.N.
MODEL B4 - 153t STANDARD TIRES

CONVERSION

Chapter
Page

7
41

60

60

70

80

100
90

160

100

16

26

30

40

60

60

70

80

26

40

60

6[

70

80

1'00

AT 167p&i/llbSbFr

40
50
FLEXIDLE

60
PAVEMENT

AT

;
Ii

THICKNESS

100

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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING
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DERIVATIVE AIRPLANES

8.1

Possible Future A300 Derivative Airplanes

Chapter 8.0
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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING
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SCALED DRAWINGS

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Chapter 9.0
Page 1
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AIRPLANE CHARACTERISTICS FOR AIRPORT PLANNING

9.1.1 Scaled Drawing 1 in. = 500 ft.


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9.1.1 Scaled Drawing 1 in. = 500 ft.


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9.1.1 Scaled Drawing 1 in. = 500 ft.


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9.1.1 Scaled Drawing 1 in. = 500 ft.


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9.2.1 Scaled Drawing 1 cm. = 500 cm.


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9.2.1 Scaled Drawing 1 cm. = 500 cm.


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9.2.1 Scaled Drawing 1 cm. = 500 cm.


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