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Presented by

:

Capt. Michel LANDRIN
Head of Flight Crew Training
AIRBUS TOULOUSE

A350 XWB – training for the future
Next Generation of Aviation Professionals Symposium
Montreal, 1-4 March 2010

Contents

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Defining New Technology

2

Cockpit

3

Mission

4

Training

5

Conclusion

APATS_2009A 350

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Contents

1

Defining New Technology

2

Cockpit

3

Mission

4

Training

5

Conclusion

APATS_2009A 350

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Development schedule – Training Input from start Family Target Milestones 2007 Design Freeze 2008 Detailed Definition Freeze Programme Launch © AIRBUS S.S. 2010 2011 Final assembly start Manufacturing & Assembly 3 years Design 3rd 4th March 2010 2009 2012 First flight 2013 2014 EIS -900 EIS -800 2015 EIS -1000 Flight Tests 15 months Development to maturity A350 Training XWB for Training the A350XWB for theMichej FutureLANDRIN MONTREAL 4th MARCH 2010A350 XWB Training for the Future Ramp-up 4 . All rights rese erved. Confidential and proprietary d document.A.

A350 XWB – Introduction of new technologies • Structure:  Intelligent Airframe  Composites  Finest • Wing: • Engines: • Systems: APATS_2009A 350 aerodynamics  Efficient High Lift devices  Differential Flap settings variable camber  Latest engine technology  Lowest fuel burn & emissions  Simple & mature  Large scale integration Page 5 .

5000 psi Fuel Systems Landing Gear Only 3 tanks. less pumps/valve Robust and simple design Electrical System Variable frequency generator IMA Ethernet technology Air Systems Cockpit Simpler architecture APATS_2009A 350 Commonality + innovations Page 6 .Systems Hydraulics Flight Controls Electrical back-up Only 2 circuits.

Contents 1 Defining New Technology 2 Cockpit 3 Mission 4 Training 5 Conclusion APATS_2009A 350 Page 7 .

Airbus cockpit family story Innovation Commonality y A350 Fly-By-Wire Fly By Wire Side-stick Non back driven Thrust Levers EFIS © AIRBUS S. Confidential and proprietary d document.S.A. All rights rese erved. ECAM FMS Dark cockpit A320 A330 A340 A380 Interactivity O b Onboard d Information I f ti System S t Large displays flexibility y Airport Navigation Extended interactivity Vertical Display Class 2 EFB Integrated Radio Management flexibility Panel Electronic normal C/L & notsensed procedures A310 Vid Video 1983 APATS_2009A 350 1988 2007 2013 Page 8 .

…. Cockpit evolution APATS_2009A 350 Page 9 .

Communicate Ma anage Mis ssion Fly Manage g systems y APATS_2009A 350 Page 10 . Confidential and proprietary d document.S.A. All rights rese erved.Flight Deck organization Cockpit functions are distributed in the cockpit while respecting p g the basic crew’s tasks: Navigate © AIRBUS S.

FLY – Flight interfaces Commonality in flight steering Side-stick Rudder pedals Non back back-driven driven thrust levers APATS_2009A 350 Page 11 .

FLY – Flight interfaces Commonality in flight steering Side-stick Rudder pedals Non back back-driven driven thrust levers Commonalityy in config. g management Flaps and Speedbrakes levers Landing Gear and Braking controls APATS_2009A 350 Page 12 .

NAVIGATE – Pilots interfaces Navigation Display Up to now: Navigation Display From A380: Enhanced EFIS control panel Vertical Display APATS_2009A 350 Page 13 .

Position/Navaids -… Surveillance APATS_2009A 350 Page 14 .NAVIGATE – Pilots interfaces FMS pages .INIT page .Active FPLN .

Data Link Status pages) APATS_2009A 350 Page 15 .COMMUNICATE – Voice Com pilots interfaces Voice Com RMP From A380: Integrated Radio Management Panel ACP MCDU ((Satcom pages.

COMMUNICATE – Data Link pilots interfaces 2 DCDUs ATC Datalink From A380 MCDU APATS_2009A 350 Shared central Mail Box ATC COM page on MFD Page 16 .

MANAGE SYSTEMS – Pilots interfaces Overhead Panel Commonality: same layout and procedural flows APATS_2009A 350 Page 17 .

MANAGE SYSTEMS: NORMAL CHECK LISTS Normal Checklists New Check List page on MFD KCCU shortcut & interactivity C/L MENU 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 XWB Training for the Future 18 .

Memo and Limitations Full list on Warning Displays Subset below PFD System Display System synoptic and Status Cockpit door.MANAGE SYSTEMS: ABNORMAL PROCEDURES Abnormal procedures Sensed and not-sensed alarms on ECAM Warning Display New deferred procedures management Improved Conditions management Improved interactivity and ECP Scroll wheels Yes/No selection. overflow g management. Cabin. ETACS video SD pages rotary selector 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 XWB Training for the Future 19 .

PROCEDURES Supplementary Procedures Available on OIS in Flight Ops Manual Consultation application Sharing Supp Proc between Crew Members by displaying OIS on Centre KCCU and OIS Keyboard interactivity 1 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 XWB Training for the Future 2 1 3 FMGS PIL LOT’S GUIDE Illustration : A380 supplementary procedure 20 .MANAGE SYSTEMS: SUPP.

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S.A. All rights rese erved. Communicate Manage g systems y APATS_2009A 350 Page 22 . Confidential and proprietary d document.Flight Deck organization Fly Navigate Manage g Mission © AIRBUS S.

enabling quicker and easier updates APATS_2009A 350 Page 23 .improving information access and search .MANAGE MISSION Onboard Information System IImproves access to t pilots' il t ' operational ti l information i f ti and d simplifies i lifi some of their tasks Reduces the quantity of paper documents in the cockpit and replaces l th them with ith electronic l t i ones: .

00 ENG 2 PUMP A………………………………….…………….………….…………….PROCEDURES H10 Wind (°/kt) :GREEN CWC 10 B……………………………….………………....…………...………...OFF A………………………………………………….……….. 06/07 May 2003 12 Clear Takeoff Use menu "View . HYD GREEN RSVR MAX SPEED………………………………………..ON FLAPS 1+F THS T..……….….ON 155 KT GREEN ENG 2 PUMPV2A…………………..0 MTOW Performance 9Takeoff 9In-Flight 9Landing 9W & B 550...….…………….Header & Footer" for Presentation title .……………….MANAGE MISSION – Flight Ops applications • Examples of applications Modular and scalable offer according to Airline policy: e-DOC 9FCOM 9FCTM 9CCOM Airbus offer (multi-programme) Hosting capability for third party applications AI380 HYD GREEN RSVR OVHT HOME AI0462 OIS MENU ..OFF GREEN ENG 2 PUMP A…………………………………....A. subject to conditions on first page.Siglum .ABN PROCEDURES WaterGEAR 12” extended Runway condition : If LDG "Climb on 325 deg..OFF B……………………………………. 500. 1 9MMEL 9AFM / CDL 2 UPDATE PRINT ZOOM INDEX HYD GREEN RSVR OVHT S HYD GREEN RSVR OVHT New Airport CONDITIONS .. MANUALS S S S © AIRBUS S.…..….....FCOM Modify Runway GREENENG ENG11PUMP PUMPA…………………………………………………..………..….……………. S PG *DN S PG UP Proprietary information........OFF + NORMAL PROCEDURE OAT (°C) :GREEN 29 ISA+15 GREEN ENG ENG 22 PUMP PUMP B…………………………………….” Speed with L/G down is limited to 200 KT to avoid vibrations transmitted + PERFORMANCE through the cabin floor.…200 KT Off Anti Ice : Maintain V2 TKOF flaps to 1500.OFF Elev (ft) : 499 Slope : 0...DOWN OPS ACC RED 4365 FT MISSION MORE A380 CUSTOMER FOCUS GROUP © Airbus .…………………. At 1500 turn right to TOE HP.0 550 0 CONF : APPROACH 1+F (STD) 145 KT 150 STOP MARGIN V1 OVHT DISAPPEARS………………………..ON INOP ITEMS / CDL ITEMS GREEN ENG 2 PUMP B……………………. Confidential and proprietary document.May 2003 Ref..………...OFF RWT Length (m) : 3000 Clearway (m): 100 Stopway (m): 0 GREEN 1013 QNH (HPa) : LineUp (deg) : 90 TO Shift (m): 0 Obstacle : 1 ..ON 150 KT VR TOGA (STD) Thrust option : GREEN ENG 1 PUMP B……………….……….O SHIFT LANDING MEL items CDL items IF HYD SYS NOT RECOVERED……………………………CONFIRM THR RED 3000 FT ENG OUT ACC 2800 FT LDG GRVTY EXTN……….S S. TOW RWY 32R 3 500.………...... TOGA CONFIRM Air Conditioning : IF On (STD) GREEN ENG 1 PUMP A……………..OFF .…..…………….........OFF GREEN RWY : 32R TOULOUSE TLS / LFBO GREEN ENG ENG 11 PUMP PUMP B……………………………….0 TOW (kg) : RESULTS + AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS 40 GEAR retracted TO CG : If LDG S S + MEL DEFFERED PROC Act.Reference perfo Month 200X Compute Page 1 Mission 9e-Flight Folder 9e Charts (*) 9e-Charts 9e-logbook 9AOC (*) () For illustration only (*): not included in standard Airbus offer APATS_2009A 350 Page 24 . All rights reserved..….

Displays Configuration Outer CAPT Inner CAPT Upper CENTER Inner F/O Outer F/O Lower CENTER CDS = 6 identical Large Display Units (DU) – 15.4”W (wide) 16:10 Flexible reconfigurations Enhanced Dispatch capabilities APATS_2009A 350 Page 25 .

OIS OIS OIS F/O CAPT F/O 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 Training XWB for Training the A350XWB for theMichej FutureLANDRIN MONTREAL 4th MARCH 2010A350 XWB Training for the Future 26 .A. Confidential and proprietary d document.© AIRBUS S. All rights rese erved.S. Management of Available Information.

Systems) ETOPS/LR OPS MNPS and RVSM ……….S. All rights rese erved. Confidential and proprietary d document.A. 22nd February 1987 Today's customized Airbus HUD (Head up display) FLS (FMS Landing System) RNP-AR (RNP Authorization Required) © AIRBUS S. 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 Training XWB for Training the A350XWB for theMichej FutureLANDRIN MONTREAL 4th MARCH 2010A350 XWB Training for the Future 27 .Airbus Aircraft – continuous improvement Toulouse. LVO – CAT IIIB No DH BTV (Brake to Vacate) ROW/ROP (R/W Over-run Protection) O P t ti ) OIS (On-board Info.

Contents 1 Defining New Technology 2 Cockpit 3 Mission 4 Training 5 Conclusion APATS_2009A 350 Page 28 .

A350 XWB – Building on the A380 A380 A350 XWB Cockpit is a further refinement of the A380 Therefore: Training experience from the A380 is fully applicable A350 XWB – commonality and innovation 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 XWB Training for the Future 29 .

Training Headlines Human Factors. HF Crew rest tested! ITQI IATA Training and Qualification Initiative Handling Autopilot availability 3rd 4th March 2010 A350 XWB Training for the Future 30 .

Training Questions •Understand aircraft more than know the aircraft •System S t ttest: t Closed Cl d book b k or open book? b k? •Teach methodology ……not failures as such •Highlight memory items •Re-focus on basic handling •Where and when do we train to manage the mission? APATS_2009A 350 Page 31 .

A350 XWB Flight Crew Training Objectives Training to achieve a Competence Take benefit of A380 experience Take benefit of Customers feedback Consider distance learning Consider appropriate Training Aids and Training Media Training days on-site/ off-site Training Solutions for Training Centers and Airlines Enhance synergies between Flight Ops g Media documentations and Training APATS_2009A 350 Page 32 .

Training Courses Design Philosophy Training Courses D fi iti Definition Design rules & Outputts A350 XWB Training Need Analysis Methodology Task List Inventory APATS_2009A 350 Output of the database. in accordance with Airbus Course design philosophy Æ When to train each task in the training phases Determine the most suitable training aids to be used for each task Æ How to train Dattabase gatthering Training Media A l i Analysis Training Needs Analysis Define the rules for the design of courses Determine the training gap Æ What should be trained for Who Analyze the overall job and not only the ttraining a g part pa t Æ St Structured uctu ed a architecture c tectu e Page 33 .

ETOPS. Confidential and proprietary d document. RNP.A. FANS. CBT TM FP-FTD FFS 2D tool 3D tools Off-site Training Center Ops: LVO. MNPS/Polar… 3rd 4th March 2010 A C C B T FFS Aircraft (AC) Airline FP-FTD – Flat Panel FTD TM – Training Media ( as FMS trainer) A350 Training XWB for Training the A350XWB for theMichej FutureLANDRIN MONTREAL 4th MARCH 2010A350 XWB Training for the Future 34 . cold WX.S. Security. MEL.A350 XWB Flight Crew Training Footprint Operational Training (OPTIONS) Licensing Training (BASIC) Course Footprint Ground Phase (GP) Knowledge Procedure GP Handling Phase Skill ST BT Handling Phase Ops LC IOE Training Aids © AIRBUS S. E-logbook. All rights rese erved.

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CONCLUSION Technology of the A350 will not be the main driver in the new training concept Feedback and experience from the A380 will be used to improve existing training concept Availability of new technology in the training media is an important element Industry efforts on training will be implemented Customers and authorities will be part of the whole conception process APATS_2009A 350 Page 36 .

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