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AB6 TYPE RATING TRAINING GUIDE


SESSION S3
Index
1. SESSION OBJECTIVE
- To familiarize trainees with manual aircraft handling during one engine out situation.
- To introduce and practice engine fire procedure
- To practice one engine out malfunction procedure and handling after V or during go around, single engine approaches and single engine landing.
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- To practice rejected takeoff and on ground emergency evacuation procedure.

2. SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA


- Good procedure in engine out situation
- Acceptable engine out handling
- Acceptable handling in overweight
- Good procedure during rejected takeoff and on ground emergency evacuation

3. PREPARATION
- Hot start.
- Single engine aircraft handling during takeoff, approach and go around phases.
- Rejected takeoff handling.
- Review of the different failure and associated action using briefing notes.
- Overweight landing.
- CRM briefing: crew coordination

4. SESSION GUIDE
This session is the first FFS session of Abnormal Phase training. The session will introduce aircraft handling during single engine operation and rejected
takeoff.
Upon arriving the aircraft, pilot trainee may find that the aircraft has a hold item in A/C LOG book, stated that one spoiler surface is inoperative. Pilot trainee
shall prepare takeoff data at TOW 140.0 tons for RWY21R at BKK with correction for ground spoilers inoperative and present to instructor during pre-session
briefing.
For the first takeoff, pilot trainee have the chance to familiarize with single engine aircraft handling. The instructor may request pilot trainee to smoothly reduce
throttle 1 when aircraft is steady and speed = V + 10 kt. Pilot trainee shall control the aircraft using elevator, aileron and rudder. When aircraft is fully under
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controlled pilot trainee may apply total trimming to familiarize time application of rudder trim.

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Single engine familiarization is completed when coordination and control of the aircraft are satisfactory.
After pilot trainee is familiar with single engine aircraft handling, the instructor will then bring the aircraft to takeoff position and practice engine failure after
takeoff, single engine clean up procedure, ECAM action and single engine operation.
With an engine failure during takeoff, the most important is to have positive control of the aircraft. Remind that engine fail warning in ECAM is only amber
warning not red warning, except when the engine is damaged. Pilot should not hurry doing the ECAM which may cause distraction from flight monitoring. First
action required (by PNF) is to set ignition to CONT RELIGHT to prevent second engine failure and provide the chance for self-relight on the failed engine.
Bank limit may be set to 15 in order to maintain safe margin above stall during turn. Then PNF shall check engine damage. If engine is damaged then it
would become emergency situation. Pilot then require to pull fire handle in order to stop damage which would cause fire and hydraulic leak from system. In
this case, when the aircraft is above 500 ft and flight path is under control, pilot shall perform ECAM action. If engine is not damaged, ECAM action should be
delayed until after clean up.
After ECAM action, single engine operation (and engine restrart in flight) completed, the aircraft will be radar vectored for single engine ILS automatic
approach RWY21R followed by a single engine go-around. Pilot trainee should notice thrust setting during single engine approach and pitch attitude during
go-around.
After single engine automatic go-around, pilot trainee should practice single engine ILS manual approach and single engine landing.
Second exercise will be similar to the first one, except this time at MTOW. After takeoff with engine failure at V + the aircraft will be radar vectored for single
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engine ILS approach RWY21R followed by a single engine manual go-around. During single engine manual go-around, it is very important to apply full rudder
(and bank angle) towards the operative engine in order to maintain directional control.
The last exercise will be rejected takeoff at MTOW followed by an On Ground Emergency Evacuation.

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