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01 Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam 03
02 Flight Operation Dept. 01
03 Flight Traning Centre 01
04 Technical Dept. 01
05 Cargo Marketing & Planning Dept. 01
06 Quanlity Assurance Dept. 01
07 Safety & Security Dept. 01
08 Training Dept. 01
09 Marketing Services Dept. 02
10 Northern Regional Office 01
11 Middle Regional Office 01
12 Southern Regional Office 01
13 Noibai Operation Control Centre 01
14 Tansonnhat Operation Control Centre 01
15 Noibai International Airport Ground Services 04
16 Danang International Airport Ground Services 03
16 Tansonnha International Airport Ground Services 04
18 Aircraft Maintenace Centre A75 01
19 Aircraft Maintenance Centre A76 01
20 Vietnam Airlines Representative at HPH 01
21 Vietnam Airlines Representative at VII 01
22 Vietnam Airlines Representative at HUI 01
23 Vietnam Airlines Representative at BMV 01
24 Vietnam Airlines Representative at NHA 01
25 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at ICN 01
26 Ground Handling Company at ICN 01
27 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at PUS 01
28 Ground Handling Company at PUS 01
29 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at KIX 01
30 Ground Handling Company at KIX 01
31 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at NRT 01
32 Ground Handling Company at NRT 01
33 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at FUK 01
34 Ground Handling Company at FUK 01
35 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at NGO 01
36 Ground Handling Company at NGO 01
37 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at HKG 01
38 Ground Handling Company at HKG 01
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39 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at BJS 01
40 Ground Handling Company at BJS 01
41 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at KMG 01
42 Ground Handling Company at KMG 01
43 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at CAN 01
44 Ground Handling Company at CAN 01
45 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at KHH 01
46 Ground Handling Company at KHH 01
47 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at TPE 01
48 Ground Handling Company at TPE 01
49 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at BKK 01
50 Ground Handling Company at BKK 01
51 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at VTE 01
52 Ground Handling Company at VTE 01
53 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at PNH 01
54 Ground Handling Company at PNH 01
55 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at REP 01
56 Ground Handling Company at REP 01
57 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at SIN 01
58 Ground Handling Company at SIN 01
59 Vietnam Airlines Branch Offices at KUL 01
60 Ground Handling Company at KUL 01
61 Storage 09
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TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER 3 – AIRCRAFT A320

3.1 General

3.2 Aircraft limitation & features

3.3 Cargo hold limitations & versions

3.4 Maximum package & restrictions due to restraint deficiencies

3.5 Door operation

3.6 Cargo loading system

3.7 Form

CHAPTER 4 – AIRCRAFT A321

4.1 General

4.2 Aircraft limitation & features

4.3 Cargo hold limitations & versions

4.4 Maximum package & restrictions due to restraint deficiencies

4.5 Door operation

4.6 Cargo loading system

4.7 Form
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CHAPTER 3
AIRCRAFT AIRBUS A320
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CONTENT

3.1. General
3.1.1. List of aircraft 3.1 /P1
3.1.2. Exterior dimension 3.1 /P2
3.1.3. Ground clearance 3.1 /P3
3.1.4. Weight and balance definitions 3.1 /P4

3.2. Aircraft limitation & features


3.2.1. Certificate limitations 3.2 /P1
3.2.2. Standardized weight and index 3.2 /P2
3.2.3. Aircraft configuration 3.2 /P3
3.2.4. Standard taxi fuel 3.2 /P4
3.2.5. Standardized weight per passenger/ crew 3.2 /P4
3.2.6. Last minute change 3.2 /P5
3.2.7. Stretcher 3.2 /P5

3.3. Cargo hold limitation & version


3.3.1. Structural load limitation 3.3 /P1
3.3.2. Maximum load for ULD 3.3 /P3
3.3.3. Lower deck version 3.3 /P4
3.3.4. Carriage of special load 3.3 /P6

3.4. Maximum package & restrictions due to restraint deficiencies


3.4.1. Cargo hold and compartment arrangement 3.4 /P1
3.4.2. Maximum allowable weight due missing or inoperative restraints 3.4 /P6

3.5. Door operation


3.5.1. Cabin door 3.5 /P1
3.5.2. Cargo door 3.5 /P2
3.5.3. Systems requirements for ground service equipment 3.5 /P6

3.6. Cargo loading system


3.6.1. Cargo handling control system 3.6 /P1
3.6.2. Restraint system 3.6 /P2

3.7. Form
3.7.1. Loadsheet 3.7 /P1
3.7.2. Balance chart 3.7 /P2
3.7.3. Loading instruction report 3.7 /P3
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3.1 GENERAL

3.1.1 LIST OF AIRCRAFT

This manual is effective for the following aircraft

Model Registration number Configuration

VNA301

VNA302

VNA303

VNA304

VNA305
A320 12C/138Y
VNA306

VNA307

VNA308

VNA309

VNA311
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3.1.2 EXTERIOR DIMENSION


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3.1.3 GROUND CLEARANCE


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3.1.4 WEIGHT AND BALANCE DEFINITIONS

1 BASIC WEIGHT : Aircraft weight including the furnishing,


fixed equipment

2 DRY OPERATING WEIGHT : Basic weight plus crew and pantry weight
(DOW) and the other. Operational items (such as
ballast fuel, stretcher..., if applied).

3 DEADLOAD : Gross weight of the cargo, mail, baggage and


empty ULDs.

4 OPERATING WEIGHT : Dry operating weight plus take off fuel.

5 PAYLOAD : Weight of the passengers, cargo, mail,


baggage and ULDs.(these may be revenue
and/or nonrevenue)

6 ZERO FUEL WEIGHT (ZFW) : Dry operating weight plus payload.

7 TAKE OFF WEIGHT : Zero fuel weight plus take off fuel
(TOW)

8 DEADLOAD WEIGHT : Zero fuel weight minus the weight of


(DLW) passengers.

9 MAXIMUM TAKE OFF : Maximum weight at brake release as limited


WEIGHT (MTOW) by aircraft (MTOW) strength and
airworthiness requirements.

10 MAXIMUM LANDING : Maximum weight for landing as limited by


WEIGHT (MLDW) aircraft (MLDW) strength and airworthiness
requirements.
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11 MAXIMUM ZERO FUEL : Maximum weight allowed before usable fuel


WEIGHT (MZFW) must be (MZFW) loaded in the aircraft as
limited by strength and airworthiness
requirement.

12 MAXIMUM TAXI WEIGHT : Maximum weight for ground maneuver as


(MTW) limited by (MTW) aircraft strength and
airworthiness requirements. (It includes
weight of taxi fuel.)
13 C.G : Center of gravity

14 BA : Balance arms which are a true measure in


inches from the reference datum.

15 %MAC (Percentage of Mean : The location of the aircraft C.G. relative to


Aerodynamic Chord) the leading edge of mean aerodynamic chord
(MAC)
16 Index : The parameter used to express the variation
or location of C.G. which is the shortened
moment of a certain I weight.
17 Basic index (BI) : The C.G. Of aircraft basic weight expressed
with index

18 Dry Operating Index (DOI) : The C.G. Of aircraft dry operating weight
expressed with index.

19 Laden Index Zero Fuel Weight : The C.G. Of aircraft zero fuel weight
(LIZFW) expressed with (LIZFW) index.

20 Laden Index take off weight : The C.G. Of aircraft take off weight
(LITOW) expressed with (LITOW) index.

21 Index of deadload weight (DLI) : The C.G. Of aircraft dead load weight
expressed with (DLI) index.
22 %MAC of Zero Fuel Weight : The C.G. Of aircraft zero fuel weight
(MACZFW) expressed with % MAC.

23 %MAC of take off weight : The C.G. Of aircraft take off weight
(MACTOW) expressed with % MAC.

24 %MAC of dead load weight : The C.G. Of aircraft dead load weight
(MACDLW) expressed with % MAC.
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25 Take off fuel : The amount of fuel on board less the fuel
consumed before the take off run.

26 Taxi fuel : A standard quantity of fuel to cover engine


starts and ground maneuvers until start of
take off, APU consumption, the amount may
be increased when required by local
conditions.
27 Trip fuel : Fuel required to fly from the airport of
departure to the planned destination, based
on "Planned Operating Conditions". This
amount shall include fuel for take off,
acceleration, climb, cruise, descent, approach
and landing.
28 Ballast fuel : The fuel in lieu of payload which is
specifically loaded for longitudinal balance
control.
29 Usable fuel : Fuel available for aircraft propulsion.

30 Unusable fuel : Fuel can not be used due to technical


limitations and must be included in weight
and balance concerns.
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3.2 AIRCRAFT LIMITATIONS & FEATURES

3.2.1 CERTIFICATE LIMITATIONS

3.2.1.1 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT LIMITATIONS

Maximum limitation
Item
VNA301/2/3/4/5/6/7/8 VNA309/VNA311

Max. Taxi weight 73900 77900

Max. Zero fuel weight 61000 61000

Max. Take off weight 73500 77000

Max. Landing weight 64500 64500

3.2.1.2 PERFORMANCE OPERATING WEIGHT

To comply with the performance requirements of the aircraft manufacturer, the maximum
allowable takeoff and landing weights may be less than structural limits.

The maximum allowable weight for that flight that must not exceed the least of the
following weights:

− Maximum allowable takeoff weight for the runway intended to be used (including
corrections for altitude and gradient, and wind and temperature conditions existing
at the takeoff time).

− Maximum takeoff weight considering anticipated fuel and oil consumption that
allows compliance with applicable enroute performance limitations.

− Maximum take off weight considering anticipated fuel and oil consumption that
allows compliance with landing distance limitations or arrival at the destination and
alternate airports.
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3.2.2 STANDARDIZED WEIGHT AND INDEX

Please refer to AHM050 validated by Flight Operation Department.


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3.2.3 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION

Aircraft REG Pax Configuration ROW Cabin No of pax


zone

1-3 0A 12

A320 12C138Y 4-15 0B 66

16-27 0C 72
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3.2.4 STANDARD TAXI FUEL

Standard taxi fuel for A320 is : 200 KG

3.2.5 STANDARDIZED WEIGHT PER PASSENGER/CREW

Standard Chartter
Specification Definition of age
weight (KG) flight

Adult 75 76 Above 12 years

Passenger Child 35 35 Under 12 years but above 2 years

Infant 00 00 Under 2 years

Cockpit crew 90
Crew
Cabin crew 75

NOTES:

− All standard weights listed above are typical average weight including carry-on
baggage. Check-in baggage must be weighed and included in the weight and
balance calculation.

− One piece of hand baggage suitable for placing in the closed overhead rack or under
the passenger's seat may be carried on board the aircraft; provided that such
maximum dimensions (the sum of the three outside dimensions) must not exceed
23cm x 36cm x 56cm and the weight of the bag must not exceed 7 KG. (Please refer
to the decision 854/TCT-DVTT)

− For loading non-standard weight groups, such as athletic or military squads and their
baggage, the actual weights for both passengers and baggage must be utilized.

− The number of passengers whose weights are outside the typical range must be
indicated in the Supplementary Information (SI) column of the loadsheet by the load
controller responsible for the weight and balance control of this flight.
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3.2.6 LAST MINUTE CHANGE

The LMC tolerance is: +/- 500 kg. If exceeded, a new loadsheet is required.

The following must be checked :

a. Traffic load only:


- The LMC positive total weight is lower than the underload before LMC.
- No loading limitation exceeded.
- The balance at MACZFW and MACTOW remains within the allowed limits.
- All the LMC data on the loadsheet is completed.

b. Useable fuel only :


- Issue the new loadsheet when change in fuel figures

3.2.7 STRETCHER

Stretcher position : 25ABC + 26ABC + 27ABC


Total : 9 seats
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3.3 CARGO HOLD LIMITATIONS & VERSIONS

3.3.1 STRUCTURAL LOAD LIMITATION

3.3.1.1 MAXIMUM LOAD FOR CARGO HOLD

COMP. A320 Fleet COMBINED LOAD Floor loading limit

1 3402 3402 732 kg/sqm

3 2268 732 kg/sqm

4 2268 6033 732 kg/sqm

5 1497 732 kg/sqm

3.3.1.2 MAXIMUM GROSS WEIGHT FOR POSITIONS

3.3.1.2.1 FOR CONTAINERS

POSITION ALL POSITIONS

MAX WEIGHT (KG) AKH 1134


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3.3.1.2.2 FOR PALLETS

POSITION ALL POSITIONS

MAX WEIGHT (KG) PKC 1134


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3.3.2 MAXIMUM LOAD FOR ULD

Base Dimension (In) Volume Maximum


Type Tare Weight (Kg) Gross Weight
WXLXH (Cu ft) (Kg)

AKH 60.4” X 61.5” X 46.0” 127 105 1134

PKC 60.4” X 61.5” 127 60 1134

NOTES:

− Comparing with the ULD load limitation and the aircraft structure load limitation
where the ULD will be located, choose the lower one as the actual allowable load
for the designated ULD position.

− The ULD contents must be loaded in such a manner that they are sufficiently
secured to prevent them from damaging airplane structure as a result of shifting.

− The maximum load includes the tare weight of the ULD and is based on all required
restraints being engaged.
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3.3.3 LOWER DECK VERSION

3.3.3.1 FORWARD HOLD


Maximum load in forward hold:
03 container LD3-46W/ LD3-46/ LD3-46R
or 03 pallet LD3-46P
or Both containers and pallets combined.
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3.3.3.2 AFT HOLD

Maximum load in AFT hold


04 containers LD3-46W/ LD3-46/ LD3-46R
or 04 pallets LD3-46P
or Both containers and pallets combined.
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NOTES
− Load containers (AKH) into lower deck cargo compartments with their doors facing
toward the compartment doorway. In case the container is deadly stuck in the
compartment, the cargo or baggage loaded inside the container may be removed
without breaking the container.

3.3.4 CARRIAGE OF SPECIAL LOAD

3.3.4.1 Magnetized Materials (MAG) Loading

− In order to avoid the significant effect on the aircraft navigation system, Packages of
magnetized materials must be loaded not to exceed 2000 kg of magnets per aircraft.

− Packages of magnetized materials must not to be loaded in compartment 1

3.3.4.2 Other special load

3.3.4.2.1 Dry Ice

Maximum weight/ hold Maximum weight/ hold


Maximum weight/ aircraft
(With live animal, AVI) (Without live animal, AVI)

100 KG 180 KG 360 KG

3.3.4.2.2 Live animal

Ventilation system on aircraft

A/C Reg. Hold Ventilation Temperature control


FWD No No

ALL AFT Yes No

BULK Yes No
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Live animal is loaded in compartment 5 only with these limitation:

Live animal (AVI) Quantity/ weight Position

Baby chicken (one day old) 2000 Compartment 4


1000 Compartment 5

Bird (Including baby


1,5 cubic meter Compartment 4+5
chicken)

Dog, Cat 2,2 cubic meter Compartment 4+5

Monkey 100/ 350 KG Compartment 4+5

Reptile 4,0 cubic meter Compartment 4+5

Miscellaneous (Small AVI) 1,5 cubic meter Compartment 4+5

3.3.4.2.3 Radioactive material

Radioactive material type A package has category II yellow or category III yellow can be
stored in the ULD and loaded at the FWD or AFT hold. The minimum separation distance
from the top of the package to nearest inside surface of the floor of the aircraft cabin must
be determined in accordance with the below table:

Minimum distance
Total sum of TI
Meters Ft.in
0.1 - 1.0 0.30 1’00”
1.1 - 2.0 0.50 1’08”
2.1 - 3.0 0.70 2’04”
3.1 - 4.0 0.85 2’10”
4.1 - 5.0 1.00 3’04”
5.1 - 6.0 1.15 3’10”
6.1 - 7.0 1.30 4’04”
7.1 - 8.0 1.45 4’09”
8.1 - 9.0 1.55 5’01”
9.1 - 10.0 1.65 5’05”
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If the package of radioactive material can not use the distance separation from above table,
It can be devided into 2 or more packages. Each package must be separated to the other at
least 3 times of the higher transport index distance

6.0 5.0
Maximum Transport Index
Bulk load ULD load

Minimum distance 115 cm 100 cm

3.3.4.2.4 Priority baggage

Priority baggage (BC) and crew baggage (D) must be loaded at AFT hold door side
(position 41)
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3.4 MAXIMUM PACKAGE & RESTRICTIONS DUE TO RESTRAINT


DEFICIENCIES

3.4.1 CARGO HOLD AND COMPARTMENT ARRANGEMENT

3.4.1.1 FORWARD HOLD

3.4.1.1.1 For Container

3.4.1.1.2 For Pallet


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3.4.1.1.3 Allowable package sizes through FWD cargo door

For upright loading


WIDTH HEIGHT LENGTH
(m) (in) (m) (in) (m) (in)
1.499 59.0 1.194 47.0 1.643 64.7

For Tilted loading


WIDTH HEIGHT LENGTH
(m) (in) (m) (in) (m) (in)
0.250 10.0 0.250 10.0 5.000 197.0
0.500 20.0 0.500 20.0 4.930 194.0
0.750 30.0 0.750 30.0 4.890 192.5
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3.4.1.2 AFT HOLD

3.4.1.2.1 For container

3.4.1.2.2 For pallet


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3.4.1.2.3 Allowable package sizes through AFT cargo door

For Upright loading


WIDTH HEIGHT LENGTH
(m) (in) (m) (in) (m) (in)
1.499 59.0 1.194 47.0 1.715 67.5

For Tilted loading


WIDTH HEIGHT LENGTH
(m) (in) (m) (in) (m) (in)
0.250 10.0 0.250 10.0 5.309 209.0
0.500 20.0 0.500 20.0 5.144 202.5
0.750 30.0 0.750 30.0 4.915 193.5

3.4.1.2.4 Bulk
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3.4.1.2.5 Allowable package sizes through bulk cargo door


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3.4.2 MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHT DUE MISSING OR INOPERATIVE


RESTRAINTS

3.4.2.1 FWD HOLD

Key of latch types with restriction requirement


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3.4.2.1.1 Container and pallet latching


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MANUAL DUE TO RESTRAINT DEFICIENCIES 01 Jan 07

Maximum allowable loads for missing or inoperative restrains :


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3.4.2.2 AFT HOLD :

Key of latch types with restriction requirement


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MANUAL DUE TO RESTRAINT DEFICIENCIES 01 Jan 07

3.4.2.2.1 Container and pallet latching


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MANUAL DUE TO RESTRAINT DEFICIENCIES 01 Jan 07

Maximum allowable loads for missing or inoperative restrains


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3.5 DOOR OPERATION

3.5.1 CABIN DOOR

Cabin door of A320 is installed as follow


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3.5.2 CARGO DOOR

A320 has 02 holds for loading ULD and 01 for bulk loading.

Forward cargo hold is compartment 1 which can load both container and pallet.

AFT cargo hold is devided into compartment 3 and compartment 4. Both container and
pallet can be loaded at the AFT hold .
Containers
/ Pallet
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3.5.2.1 CARGO DOOR OPERATION

WARNING:
− Do not operate the door in winds more than 40 knots.
− Do not let the door stay open in winds more than 65 knots. Injuries to persons or
damage to equipment can occur.
− Do not open the door when the aircraft is pressurized. Injuries to persons or damage
to equipment can occur.

3.5.2.1.1 Open the FWD/ AFT cargo door


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3.5.2.1.2 Close the FWD/ AFT cargo door

3.5.2.1.3 Open the bulk cargo door

3.5.2.1.4 Close the bulk cargo door


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3.5.3 SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS FOR GROUND SERVICE EQUIPMENT

3.5.3.1 Aircraft doors – sill heights and dimensions.

Distance from A/C Sill Height


Door Nose Door Size Minimum Maximum
Number Metres Inches Metres Inches Metres Inches Metres Inches
A 5.02 198 0.81x1.85 32x73 3.42 135 3.47 137
B 29.64 1,167 0.81x1.85 32x73 3.55 140 3.73 147
C 8.16 321 1.82x1.23 71.5x48.3 2.03 80 2.09 82
D 22.69 893 1.82x1.23 71.5x48.3 2.11 83 2.25 88.5
E 22.69 1,035 0.86x0.94 34x37 2.35 92.5 2.51 99

3.5.3.2 Requirement for GSE.

System Requirements Notes

Electrical Type DC 115/200V AC 3 phase 400 Hz


Power Requirement amp 90 kVA Receptical
Air Maximum Flow Rate 130 ppm 0.98 kg/min Inlet temperature 20C
Conditioning Maximum Output Pressure 0.735 psig 50 mbar
Cooling Capacity 1 451 BTU/min 25 500 W
Heating Capacity 2 561 BTU/min 45 000 W
Pneumatic Minimum Capacity ppm
Maximum Pressure psi kg/cm2
Minimum Pressure psi kg/cm2
Potable Water Total Capacity 53 US gal 200 L
Maximum Pressure 50 psi 3.45 bar
Recommended Flow Rate 18 US gpm 67 l/min
Lavatory Total Waste Capacity 53 US gal 200 L
Total Rinse Capacity US gal L
Total Precharge 2.5 Us gal 9.5 L per tank
Maximum Delivery Pressure 35 psi 2.4 bar
Recommended Flow Rate 18 US gpm 67 l/min
The arc of opening/closing cargo compartment doors is lower than the operating sill
height.
- Fwd compartment door: 21.93 inch (55.7 cm)
- Aft department door: 21.93 inch (55.7 cm)
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Distance Height from Ground


Aft of Nose From A/C
System Metres Inches Metres Inches Metres Inches Notes
1. Air conditioning 12.45 490 1.11L 44L 1.73 68
2. Electrical 2.55 100 0.00 0.00 2.00 79
3a. Fuel 17.50 689 10 R 694R 3.50 138
3b. Fuel panel 12.45 490 1.11 R 42R 1.75 69
4. Potable Water-FWD 27.80 1,049 0.42 R 16.5L 2.60 102
5. Lavatory 3.40 134 1.20 R 47R 2.35 93 Gravity unit
28.60 1,126 0.80 R 32R 2.79 110 Vacuum unit
6. Pneumatic 13.00 512 0.84 L 33L 1.76 69
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3.5.3.4 Aircraft Servicing arrangement. (not mandatory)


Note:
AS: Air Starter Unit BL: Conveyor belt F: Fuel Truck
GL:Hight loader GPU: Ground Power Unit GS: Galley Service
Truck ST: Passenger Stair LS: Lavatory Service Truck W: Water
Service Truck GC: Air Conditioning Unit P: Passenger Bridge D: Dolly
* Air stater unit and ground air conditioning unit must be parked at the same place

Use Passenger Stair


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Use passenger Bridge


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3.6 CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

3.6.1 CARGO HANDLING CONTROL SYSTEM

Cargo handling control system operate the loading system by :

− Power Drive System


− Conveying System
− Restraint System

CARGO HANDLING CONTROL SYSTEM


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3.6.2 RESTRAINT SYSTEM

3.6.2.1 Restraint system in forward hold and AFT hold

Forward hold
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AFT hold
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3.6.2.1.1 XZ latches (Fixed)

3.6.2.1.2 XZ Latch Two Side Loaded (Retractable)


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3.6.2.1.3 YZ Latch ( Fixed )

3.6.2.1.4 Retractable XZ-latches


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3.6.2.1.5 Overridable Component

3.6.2.1.6 Fixed Guide


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3.6.2.1.7 Roller Tray

3.6.2.1.8 Ball Transfer Panel


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3.7 FORM

3.7.1 LOADSHEET
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3.7.2 BALANCE CHART


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3.7.3 LOADING INSTRUCTION REPORT (LIR)


CHƯƠNG 4
MÁY BAY AIRBUS A321

CHAPTER 4
AIRCRAFT AIRBUS A321
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CONTENT

4.1. General
4.1.1. List of aircraft 4.1 /P1
4.1.2. Exterior dimension 4.1 /P2
4.1.3. Ground clearance 4.1 /P3
4.1.4. Weight and balance definitions 4.1 /P4

4.2. Aircraft limitation & features


4.2.1. Certificate limitations 4.2 /P1
4.2.2. Standardized weight and index 4.2 /P2
4.2.3. Aircraft configuration 4.2 /P3
4.2.4. Standard taxi fuel 4.2 /P4
4.2.5. Standardized weight per passenger/ crew 4.2 /P4
4.2.6. Last minute change 4.2 /P5
4.2.7. Stretcher 4.2 /P5

4.3. Cargo hold limitation & version


4.3.1. Structural load limitation 4.3 /P1
4.3.2. Maximum load for ULD 4.3 /P3
4.3.3. Lower deck version 4.3 /P4
4.3.4. Carriage of special load 4.3 /P6

4.4. Maximum package & restrictions due to restraint deficiencies


4.4.1. Cargo hold and compartment arrangement 4.4 /P1
4.4.2. Maximum allowable weight due missing or inoperative restraints 4.4 /P5

4.5. Door operation


4.5.1. Cabin door 4.5 /P1
4.5.2. Cargo door 4.5 /P2
4.5.3. Systems requirements for ground service equipment 4.5 /P7

4.6. Cargo loading system


4.6.1. Cargo handling control system 4.6 /P1
4.6.2. Restraint system 4.6 /P2

4.7. Form
4.7.1. Loadsheet 4.7 /P1
4.7.2. Balance chart VNA343 4.7 /P2
4.7.3. Balance chart VNA344/5/7/8/9 4.7 /P3
4.7.4. Loading instruction report VNA343 4.7 /P4
4.7.5. Loading instruction report VNA344/5/7/8/9 4.7 /P5
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4.1 GENERAL

4.1.1 LIST OF AIRCRAFT

This manual is effective for the following aircraft

Model Registration number Configuration

VNA343 16C/169Y

VNA344 16C/168Y

VNA345 16C/168Y
A321
VNA347 16C/168Y

VNA348 16C/168Y

VNA349 16C/168Y
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4.1.3 GROUND CLEARANCE


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4.1.4 WEIGHT AND BALANCE DEFINITIONS

1 BASIC WEIGHT : Aircraft weight including the furnishing,


fixed equipment

2 DRY OPERATING WEIGHT : Basic weight plus crew and pantry weight
(DOW) and the other. Operational items (such as
ballast fuel, stretcher..., if applied).

3 DEADLOAD : Gross weight of the cargo, mail, baggage and


empty ULDs.

4 OPERATING WEIGHT : Dry operating weight plus take off fuel.

5 PAYLOAD : Weight of the passengers, cargo, mail,


baggage and ULDs.(these may be revenue
and/or nonrevenue)

6 ZERO FUEL WEIGHT (ZFW) : Dry operating weight plus payload.

7 TAKE OFF WEIGHT : Zero fuel weight plus take off fuel
(TOW)

8 DEADLOAD WEIGHT : Zero fuel weight minus the weight of


(DLW) passengers.

9 MAXIMUM TAKE OFF : Maximum weight at brake release as limited


WEIGHT (MTOW) by aircraft (MTOW) strength and
airworthiness requirements.

10 MAXIMUM LANDING : Maximum weight for landing as limited by


WEIGHT (MLDW) aircraft (MLDW) strength and airworthiness
requirements.
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11 MAXIMUM ZERO FUEL : Maximum weight allowed before usable fuel


WEIGHT (MZFW) must be (MZFW) loaded in the aircraft as
limited by strength and airworthiness
requirement.

12 MAXIMUM TAXI WEIGHT : Maximum weight for ground maneuver as


(MTW) limited by (MTW) aircraft strength and
airworthiness requirements. (It includes
weight of taxi fuel.)
13 C.G : Center of gravity

14 BA : Balance arms which are a true measure in


inches from the reference datum.

15 %MAC (Percentage of Mean : The location of the aircraft C.G. relative to


Aerodynamic Chord) the leading edge of mean aerodynamic chord
(MAC)
16 Index : The parameter used to express the variation
or location of C.G. which is the shortened
moment of a certain I weight.
17 Basic index (BI) : The C.G. Of aircraft basic weight expressed
with index

18 Dry Operating Index (DOI) : The C.G. Of aircraft dry operating weight
expressed with index.

19 Laden Index Zero Fuel Weight : The C.G. Of aircraft zero fuel weight
(LIZFW) expressed with (LIZFW) index.

20 Laden Index take off weight : The C.G. Of aircraft take off weight
(LITOW) expressed with (LITOW) index.

21 Index of deadload weight (DLI) : The C.G. Of aircraft dead load weight
expressed with (DLI) index.
22 %MAC of Zero Fuel Weight : The C.G. Of aircraft zero fuel weight
(MACZFW) expressed with % MAC.

23 %MAC of take off weight : The C.G. Of aircraft take off weight
(MACTOW) expressed with % MAC.

24 %MAC of dead load weight : The C.G. Of aircraft dead load weight
(MACDLW) expressed with % MAC.
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25 Take off fuel : The amount of fuel on board less the fuel
consumed before the take off run.

26 Taxi fuel : A standard quantity of fuel to cover engine


starts and ground maneuvers until start of
take off, APU consumption, the amount may
be increased when required by local
conditions.
27 Trip fuel : Fuel required to fly from the airport of
departure to the planned destination, based
on "Planned Operating Conditions". This
amount shall include fuel for take off,
acceleration, climb, cruise, descent, approach
and landing.
28 Ballast fuel : The fuel in lieu of payload which is
specifically loaded for longitudinal balance
control.
29 Usable fuel : Fuel available for aircraft propulsion.

30 Unusable fuel : Fuel can not be used due to technical


limitations and must be included in weight
and balance concerns.
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4.2 AIRCRAFT LIMITATIONS & FEATURES

4.2.1 CERTIFICATE LIMITATIONS

4.2.1.1 AIRCRAFT GROSS WEIGHT LIMITATIONS

Item Maximum limitation

Max. Taxi weight 89400

Max. Zero fuel weight 71500

Max. Take off weight 89000

Max. Landing weight 75500

4.2.1.2 PERFORMANCE OPERATING WEIGHT

To comply with the performance requirements of the aircraft manufacturer, the maximum
allowable takeoff and landing weights may be less than structural limits.

The maximum allowable weight for that flight that must not exceed the least of the
following weights:

− Maximum allowable takeoff weight for the runway intended to be used (including
corrections for altitude and gradient, and wind and temperature conditions existing
at the takeoff time).

− Maximum takeoff weight considering anticipated fuel and oil consumption that
allows compliance with applicable enroute performance limitations.

− Maximum take off weight considering anticipated fuel and oil consumption that
allows compliance with landing distance limitations or arrival at the destination and
alternate airports.
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4.2.2 STANDARDIZED WEIGHT AND INDEX

Please refer to AHM050 validated by Flight Operation Department.


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4.2.3 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION

Aircraft REG Pax Configuration ROW Cabin No of pax


zone

1-7 0A 33

VNA343 16C169Y 8-20 0B 75

21-33 0C 77

VNA344

VNA345 1-14 0A 40

VNA347 16C168Y 15-27 0B 77

VNA348 28-39 0C 67

VNA349
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4.2.4 STANDARD TAXI FUEL

Standard taxi fuel for A321 is : 200 KG

4.2.5 STANDARDIZED WEIGHT PER PASSENGER/CREW

Standard Chartter
Specification Definition of age
weight (KG) flight

Adult 75 76 Above 12 years

Passenger Child 35 35 Under 12 years but above 2 years

Infant 00 00 Under 2 years

Cockpit crew 90
Crew
Cabin crew 75

NOTES:

− All standard weights listed above are typical average weight including carry-on
baggage. Check-in baggage must be weighed and included in the weight and
balance calculation.

− One piece of hand baggage suitable for placing in the closed overhead rack or under
the passenger's seat may be carried on board the aircraft; provided that such
maximum dimensions (the sum of the three outside dimensions) must not exceed
23cm x 36cm x 56cm and the weight of the bag must not exceed 7 KG. (Please refer
to the decision 854/TCT-DVTT)

− For loading non-standard weight groups, such as athletic or military squads and their
baggage, the actual weights for both passengers and baggage must be utilized.

− The number of passengers whose weights are outside the typical range must be
indicated in the Supplementary Information (SI) column of the loadsheet by the load
controller responsible for the weight and balance control of this flight.
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4.2.6 LAST MINUTE CHANGE

The LMC tolerance is: +/- 500 kg. If exceeded, a new loadsheet is required.

The following must be checked :

a. Traffic load only:


- The LMC positive total weight is lower than the underload before LMC.
- No loading limitation exceeded.
- The balance at MACZFW and MACTOW remains within the allowed limits.
- All the LMC data on the loadsheet is completed.

b. Useable fuel only :


- Issue the new loadsheet when change in fuel figures

4.2.7 STRETCHER

Aircraft VNA343
Stretcher position : 31ABC + 32ABC + 33ABC
Total : 9 seats

Aircraft VNA344/5/7/9
Stretcher position : 37DEG + 38DEG + 39EG
Total : 8 seats

Aircraft VNA348
Stretcher position : 37DEG + 38DEG + 39G
Total : 7 seats
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4.3 CARGO HOLD LIMITATIONS & VERSIONS

4.3.1 STRUCTURAL LOAD LIMITATION

4.3.1.1 MAXIMUM LOAD FOR CARGO HOLD

COMP. VNA343 COMBINED LOAD Floor loading limit

1 2268 732 kg/sqm


5670
2 3402 732 kg/sqm

3 2268 732 kg/sqm

4 2268 6033 732 kg/sqm

5 1497 732 kg/sqm

COMP. VNA344/5/7/8/9 COMBINED LOAD Floor loading limit

1 2268 732 kg/sqm


5670
2 3402 732 kg/sqm

3 3402 732 kg/sqm

4 2268 7167 732 kg/sqm

5 1497 732 kg/sqm


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4.3.1.2 MAXIMUM GROSS WEIGHT FOR POSITIONS

4.3.1.2.1 FOR CONTAINERS

POSITION ALL POSITIONS

MAX WEIGHT (KG) AKH 1134

4.3.1.2.2 FOR PALLETS

POSITION ALL POSITIONS

MAX WEIGHT (KG) PKC 1134

Notes: The position 31 on A/C VNA343 is ACT (Auxiliary Centre Tank)


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4.3.2 MAXIMUM LOAD FOR ULD

Base Dimension (In) Volume Maximum


Type Tare Weight (Kg) Gross Weight
WXLXH (Cu ft) (Kg)

AKH 60.4” X 61.5” X 46.0” 127 105 1134

PKC 60.4” X 61.5” 127 60 1134

NOTES:

− Comparing with the ULD load limitation and the aircraft structure load limitation
where the ULD will be located, choose the lower one as the actual allowable load
for the designated ULD position.

− The ULD contents must be loaded in such a manner that they are sufficiently
secured to prevent them from damaging airplane structure as a result of shifting.

− The maximum load includes the tare weight of the ULD and is based on all required
restraints being engaged.
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4.3.3 LOWER DECK VERSION

4.3.3.1 FORWARD HOLD

Maximum load in forward hold:

05 container LD3-46W/ LD3-46/ LD3-46R


or 05 pallet LD3-46P
or Both containers and pallets combined.
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4.3.3.2 AFT HOLD

Maximum load in AFT hold

05 containers LD3-46W/ LD3-46/ LD3-46R (VNA343 only 04 container)


or 05 pallets LD3-46P (VNA343 only 04 mâm)
or Both containers and pallets combined.

NOTES
− Load containers (AKH) into lower deck cargo compartments with their doors facing
toward the compartment doorway. In case the container is deadly stuck in the
compartment, the cargo or baggage loaded inside the container may be removed
without breaking the container.
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4.3.4 CARRIAGE OF SPECIAL LOAD

4.3.4.1 Magnetized Materials (MAG) Loading

− In order to avoid the significant effect on the aircraft navigation system, Packages of
magnetized materials must be loaded not to exceed 2000 kg of magnets per aircraft.

− Packages of magnetized materials must not to be loaded in compartment 1, 2

4.3.4.2 Other special load

4.3.4.2.1 Dry Ice

Maximum weight/ hold Maximum weight/ hold


Maximum weight/ aircraft
(With live animal, AVI) (Without live animal, AVI)

100 KG 180 KG 360 KG

4.3.4.2.2 Live animal

Ventilation system on aircraft

A/C Reg. Hold Ventilation Temperature control


FWD No No

ALL AFT Yes 50C - 260C

BULK Yes 50C - 260C


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Live animal is loaded in compartment 5 only with these limitation:

Live animal (AVI) Quantity/ weight Position

Baby chicken (one day old) 2000 Compartment 4


1000 Compartment 5

Bird (Including baby


1,5 cubic meter Compartment 4+5
chicken)

Dog, Cat 2,2 cubic meter Compartment 4+5

Monkey 100/ 350 KG Compartment 4+5

Reptile 4,0 cubic meter Compartment 4+5

Miscellaneous (Small AVI) 1,5 cubic meter Compartment 4+5

4.3.4.2.3 Radioactive material

Radioactive material type A package has category II yellow or category III yellow can be
stored in the ULD and loaded at the FWD or AFT hold. The minimum separation distance
from the top of the package to nearest inside surface of the floor of the aircraft cabin must
be determined in accordance with the below table:

Minimum distance
Total sum of TI
Meters Ft.in
0.1 - 1.0 0.30 1’00”
1.1 - 2.0 0.50 1’08”
2.1 - 3.0 0.70 2’04”
3.1 - 4.0 0.85 2’10”
4.1 - 5.0 1.00 3’04”
5.1 - 6.0 1.15 3’10”
6.1 - 7.0 1.30 4’04”
7.1 - 8.0 1.45 4’09”
8.1 - 9.0 1.55 5’01”
9.1 - 10.0 1.65 5’05”
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If the package of radioactive material can not use the distance separation from above table,
It can be devided into 2 or more packages. Each package must be separated to the other at
least 3 times of the higher transport index distance

6.0 5.0
Maximum Transport Index
Bulk load ULD load

Minimum distance 115 cm 100 cm

4.3.4.2.4 Hành lý ưu tiên

Priority baggage (BC) and crew baggage (D) must be loaded at AFT hold door side
(position 41)
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4.4 MAXIMUM PACKAGE & RESTRICTIONS DUE TO RESTRAINT


DEFICIENCIES

4.4.1 CARGO HOLD AND COMPARTMENT ARRANGEMENT

4.4.1.1 FORWARD HOLD

4.4.1.1.1 For Container

4.4.1.1.2 For Pallet


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4.4.1.1.3 Allowable package sizes through FWD cargo door

For upright loading


WIDTH (m) HEIGHT (m) LENGTH (m)
1.499 1.194 1.524

For Tilted loading

WIDTH (m) HEIGHT (m) LENGTH (m)


0.254 0.254 5.300
0.508 0.508 5.150
0.762 0.762 5.000
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4.4.1.2 AFT HOLD

4.4.1.2.1 For container

4.4.1.2.2 For pallet


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4.4.1.2.3 Allowable package sizes through AFT cargo door

For Upright loading


WIDTH (m) HEIGHT (m) LENGTH (m)
1.499 1.194 1.524

For Tilted loading


WIDTH (m) HEIGHT (m) LENGTH (m)
0.254 0.254 5.300
0.508 0.508 5.150
0.762 0.762 5.000

4.4.1.2.4 Bulk

4.4.1.2.5 Allowable package sizes through bulk cargo door

For Upright loading


WIDTH (m) HEIGHT (m) LENGTH (m)
1.499 1.194 1.524

For Tilted loading


WIDTH (m) HEIGHT (m) LENGTH (m)
0.250 0.250 3.240
0.500 0.500 3.240
0.750 0.750 3.240
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4.4.2 MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE WEIGHT DUE MISSING OR INOPERATIVE


RESTRAINTS

4.4.2.1 FWD HOLD

Key of latch types with restriction requirement


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4.4.2.1.1 Container and pallet latching


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Maximum allowable loads for missing or inoperative restrains :


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4.4.2.2 AFT HOLD :

Key of latch types with restriction requirement


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4.4.2.2.1 Container and pallet latching


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Maximum allowable loads for missing or inoperative restrains


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4.5 DOOR OPERATION

4.5.1 CABIN DOOR

Cabin door of A321 is installed as follow


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4.5.2 CARGO DOOR

A321 has 02 holds for loading ULD and 01 for bulk loading.

Forward cargo hold is devided into compartment 1 and compartment 2 which can load both
container and pallet.

AFT cargo hold is devided into compartment 3 and compartment 4. Both container and
pallet can be loaded at the AFT hold .
Containers
/ Pallet
Containers
/ Pallet

ACT
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4.5.2.1 CARGO DOOR OPERATION

WARNING:
− Do not operate the door in winds more than 40 knots.
− Do not let the door stay open in winds more than 65 knots. Injuries to persons or
damage to equipment can occur.
− Do not open the door when the aircraft is pressurized. Injuries to persons or damage
to equipment can occur.

4.5.2.1.1 Open the FWD/ AFT cargo door


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4.5.2.1.2 Close the FWD/ AFT cargo door

4.5.2.1.3 Open the bulk cargo door

4.5.2.1.4 Close the bulk cargo door


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4.5.3 SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS FOR GROUND SERVICE EQUIPMENT

4.5.3.1 Aircraft doors – sill heights and dimensions.

Distance from A/C Sill Height


Door Nose Door Size Minimum Maximum
TT Metres Inches Metres Inches Metres Inches Metres Inches
A 5.02 189 0.81x1.85 32x73 3.43 135 3.45 137
B 8.82 1167 0.81x1.85 32x73 3.46 136 3.54 139
C 36.57 1440 0.81x1.85 32x73 3.54 139 3.73 147
D 8.16 321 1.82x1.23 71.5x48 2.03 80 2.09 82
E 29.72 1170 1.82x1.23 71.5x48 2.11 83 2.26 89
F 33.22 1370 0.86x0.94 34x37 2.34 92 2.51 99

4.5.3.2 Requirement for GSE.

System Requirements Notes


Electrical Type DC 115/200V AC 3 pha 400 Hz

Power Requirement amp 1 X 90 kVA Receptical


Air Maximum Flow Rate ppm 1.5 kg/sec Inlet temperature 20C
Conditioning Maximum Output Pressure psig 35 mbar
Cooling Capacity BTU/min 105000 kcal/h
Heating Capacity BTU/min 200000 BTU.h
Pneumatic Minimum Capacity ppm
Maximum Pressure psi kg/cm2
Minimum Pressure psi kg/cm2
Potable Total Capacity US gal 200 L
Water Maximum Pressure psi 3.45 bar
Recommended Flow Rate US gpm 60 l/min
Lavatory Total Waste Capacity 53 US gal 170 L
Total Rinse Capacity US gal 57 L
Total Precharge 2.5 Us gal 9.5 L
Maximum Delivery Pressure 35 psi 2.4 bar
Recommended Flow Rate 18 US gpm 38 l/min
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4.5.3.3 Ground servicing points location.

Distance Height from Ground


System Aft of Nose From A/C
Metres Inches Metres Inches Metres Inches Notes
1. Air conditioning 16.72 490 1.11L 44L 1.73 68
2. Electrical 2.55 100 0.00 0.00 2.00 79
3a. Fuel 21.77 689 10 R 694R 3.50 138
3b. Fuel panel 16.72 490 1.11 R 42R 1.75 69
4. Potable Water-FWD 38.24 1,049 0.42 R 16.5L 2.60 102
5. Lavatory 35.50 980 0.80R 32R 2.79 110
6. Pneumatic 17.27 448 0.84 L 33L 1.76 69
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4.6 CARGO LOADING SYSTEM

4.6.1 CARGO HANDLING CONTROL SYSTEM

Cargo handling control system operate the loading system by :

− Power Drive System


− Conveying System
− Restraint System

CARGO HANDLING CONTROL SYSTEM


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4.6.2 RESTRAINT SYSTEM

4.6.2.1 Restraint system in forward hold and AFT hold


Forward hold
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AFT hold
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4.6.2.1.1 XZ latches (Fixed)

4.6.2.1.2 XZ Latch Two Side Loaded (Retractable)


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4.6.2.1.3 YZ Latch ( Fixed )

4.6.2.1.4 Retractable XZ-latches


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4.6.2.1.5 Overridable Component

4.6.2.1.6 Fixed Guide


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4.6.2.1.7 Roller Tray

4.6.2.1.8 Ball Transfer Panel


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4.7 FORM

4.7.1 LOADSHEET
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4.7.2 BALANCE CHART FOR AIRCRAFT VNA343


AIRBUS 321 4.7 / P3

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4.7.3 BALANCE CHART FOR AIRCRAFT VNA344/5/7/8


AIRBUS 321 4.7 / P4

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4.7.4 LOADING INSTRUCTION REPORT FOR AIRCRAFT VNA343


AIRBUS 321 4.7 / P5

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4.7.5 LOADING INSTRUCTION REPORT FOR AIRCRAFT VNA344/5/7/8