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CCQ A330 / A340 TO A320 COURSE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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02.02 - TRAINING FOOTPRINT

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01 - GENERAL

A. PHILOSOPHY OF THE COURSES

These courses are designed to transition qualified pilots within the Airbus “Fly-by-Wire” family.A CCQ course is a course which only addresses the differences between the base aircraft and the difference aircraft.

IMPORTANT :Pilots entering this course must be highly knowledgeable on base aircraft systems.The Ground school part is only dedicated to difference study but the final system test is identical to the one required for a standard type rating course.

NOTE : Transition courses are performed on a basic variant aircraft, the A320, which covers the A320 family (A318 / A319 / A320 / A321).When transitioning to another variant than the basic one, refer to paragraph 02 - FAMILIARIZATION COURSE

B. PREREQUISITES

• Current pilot license• Qualified on the base aircraft• Minimum of 3 months of operation on the base aircraft• Minimum of 150 flight hours on the base aircraft

02 - FAMILIARIZATION COURSE

Same Type Rating permits the carry-over of total credit for crew qualifying from one variant of aircraft type to another, based on common cockpit and flight characteristics.It allows pilots to get a single type rating to fly all the variants of a same aircraft family,provided they performed the relevant Familiarization Course :

A320 A318 Familiarization Briefing *1.00 of CBT A320 A319 Familiarization Briefing *1.00 of CBT (with CJ option)A320 A321 Familiarization Briefing *1.00 of CBTSINGLE AISLE CLASSIC TO ENHANCED Familiarization Briefing * 1.00 of CBT

FMGS differences :FM1 (Honeywell) FM2 (Honeywell) * 2.00 of CBTFM1 (Honeywell) FM2 (Thales) * 2.00 of CBTFM2 (Honeywell) FM2 (Thales) * 1.00 of CBT

NOTE : 2 hours of CBT must be added when the aircraft is not equipped with the same engine type.02

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03 - CRITERIA OF PROFICIENCY

a. Evaluation during CBT Phase :

On completion of this phase, a written multiple choice examination will be completed. The minimum level required, to be declared proficient, is determined by the Airline, but is never below 80%.

b. Unsatisfactory Examination :

Corrective action using the VACBI will be determined by the instructor in coordination with Airbus Training Director. The student will then undertake a VACBI examination.

A. FFS NOTATIONS

Three boxes are used to record the overall trainee’s performance using “Trainee’s Record” file (see Page 3).They are quoted “Satisfactory”, “May need extra training” or “Unsatisfactory”

• When “Satisfactory” box is ticked ( ) :----> no specific comments are needed : “None” written indication is required. Nevertheless, comments may be made at instructor’s discretion.

• When both “Satisfactory” and “May need extra training” boxes are ticked ----> comments are required ( ), and the following session must be assessed as :

- “Satisfactory” ----> comments must confirm improvements ( ) : OR - “Unsatisfactory”

When “Unsatisfactory” box is ticked ( ) :----> use the specific Progress Incident Report (PIR) (see Page 4) to list and comment the trainee’s difficulties as well as the number of additional training sessions requested ( ). It must be reported without delay to Airbus Director of Training.

Additional training sessions (see Page 5) have to be commented and use the same identification as the session involved ( ).

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01 - TRAINING DEVICE TIME SHARING PER PHASE

N.B. : except when notified, the allocated time is mentioned in hour / crew

Note : If translator is required, CBT and SYSTEM TEST will be Projected CBT with instructor.

Total working days 8 working days

GROUND PHASE 3 working days

• CBT : - Aircraft system study + review - System test + debriefing - Cabin trainer

SIMULATOR PHASE 3 working days

• FFS session.......................................................... 3 12:00 (3 x 4:00)

SKILL TEST PHASE 1 working day

• FFS session.......................................................... 4:00

BASE TRAINING PHASE 1 working day

• Aircraft Flight......................................................... 1 or• FFS session (ZFTT) if applicable ........................ 1

Minimum 0:45 / trainee

4:00 / crew

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02 - TRAINING DAILY FOOTPRINT

To follow your course, please DO NOT respect the workstation CBT ATA numerical order but follow the ATA chapter in the same order as presented in the following footprint table :

Note : If translator is required timing will be slightly higher

DAY 1 5:05 DAY 2 5:40 DAY 3 6:30Welcome 1:00CBT :- Introduction 0:20- Aircraft general 0:15- Air conditioning / Pneumatic 1:20- Communication 0:10- Electric 0:50- Flight controls 0:40- Ice & rain protection 0:10- Landing gear 0:20

CBT :- Fuel 1:00- APU 0:10- Doors 0:10- Navigation 0:10- Cabin 0:10- Power plant 1:50- Fire protection 0:50- Hydraulic 0:30- Ind/Record EIS 0:40- Lights 0:10

CBT :- Performance 0:30- Derated (Optional) 0:30- Cabin trainer 1:00- Walk around video 1:00

- System test 3:00- Debriefing 1:00

DAY 4 DAY 5 DAY 6

FFS 1 FFS 2 FFS 3

DAY 7 DAY 8

Skill test FFS

Base Training Flight

OR

Base Training FFS (ZFTT)if applicable (4:00 / crew).

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WEATHER LFZZ 240°/10 CAVOK 20/10 QNH 1010 QFE 981

INIT PAGE

CO RTE FROM / TO TRIP DISTAIBAIB1 LFZZ / LFZZ 92 Nm

ALTN / CO RTE TRIP WINDAIBLYS HD 015

FLT NBR ALTN[Airline ID] 101 LFLL

LAT LONG ALTN DISTN 46 24.4 E 004 01.3 85 Nm

COST INDEX FL TO ALTN30 FL 110

CRZ FL TEMP TROPOFL 70 / 0°C 36090

INIT NEXT PAGE

GW 62 t136 400 lb CG FOB 8 t

17 600 lb

ZFW 54 t 118 800 lb ZFWCG 28.4 %

NOTES RWY COND DRY AIR COND ON ANTI ICE OFF

FPLN : Refer CO ROUTE

PERF PAGE PERF PAGELFZZ 33R

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1 - PRELIMINARY COCKPIT PREP2 - BEFORE START3 - ENGINE START4 - TAXI5 - BEFORE TAKE OFF6 - TAKE OFF v v7 - CLIMB FL 100 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE v v v8 - FUEL UNBALANCE - Restore v v v9 - EIS DMC SWITCHING v v v

10 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE v v v11 - ILS APPROACH v v v

1.40 12 - AUTOLAND v v v

INIT HOLD

13 - TAKE OFF (CROSSWIND)14 - VISUAL PATTERN v v15 - GO AROUND (BELOW 30 FT) v v16 - VISUAL PATTERN v v17 - LANDING (CROSSWIND)

INIT TAKE OFF

18 - TAKE OFF (CROSSWIND) v v19 - NON PRECISION APPROACH v v v v20 - CIRCLING v v

2.20 21 - LANDING

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CO RTE FROM / TO TRIP DISTAIBAIB1 LFZZ / LFZZ 92 Nm

ALTN / CO RTE TRIP WINDAIBLYS HD 015

FLT NBR ALTN[Airline ID] 101 LFLL

LAT LONG ALTN DISTN 46 24.4 E 004 01.3 85 Nm

COST INDEX FL TO ALTN30 FL 110

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GW 62 t136 400 lb CG FOB 8 t

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NOTES RWY COND DRY AIR COND ON ANTI ICE OFF

FPLN : Refer CO ROUTE

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2.35 22 - TAKE OFF v v23 - CLIMB FL 80 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE v v v

DUAL FMGS FAILURE DEMO v24 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE v v v25 - ILS APPROACH v v v

2.55 26 - LANDING

INIT TAKE OFF

27 - TAKE OFF (CROSSWIND) v v28 - VISUAL PATTERN v v29 - GO AROUND (BELOW 30 FT) v v30 - VISUAL PATTERN v v

3.15 31 - LANDING (CROSSWIND)

INIT TAKE OFF

32 - TAKE OFF (WINDSHEAR) v v33 - NON PRECISION APPROACH v v v34 - CIRCLING v v35 - LANDING36 - AFTER LANDING

3.50 37 - PARKING

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE

• To handle the A320 in normal operations• To study A320 specific changes in panels and controls during cockpit preparation.• To study system features specific to A320 in a dynamic environment.• To practice SOPs applicable to A320.• To practice windshear recovery.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS

A. REVIEW

• Documentation required for simulator session• Standard cockpit preparation• Take off • Descent and approach preparation

B. EXERCISES / REFERENCES

C. SESSION SUPPORT

• FCOM /QRH• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA

• Ability to carry out normal tasks in accordance with SOPs.• Ability to carry out all take off and approaches in accordance with SOPs and within standard

criteria of flight accuracy.• Ability to apply correct landing technique including with crosswind. • Good understanding of new features.

CCQ FFS 1 SESSION PREPARATION

EVENT FCOM QRH- Fuel transfer logic : unbalance 1.28.00 2.00

- EFIS DMC reconfiguration 1.31.50 3.02.31

- Visual pattern 3.03.20

- Circling 3.03.19 4.05.00

- Use of reversers 3.03.22

- Dual FMGS fault 3.04.22 3.04.24 4.06.20 2.00

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The instructor should brief shortly the FFS installation and safety equipment exits,ropes, phone, etc… before starting the session.

1 : During the cockpit preparation, highlight the new location or design of some panels &controls on overhead, lateral, instruments panels and pedestal

8 : Set up the asymmetry by increasing one side and decreasing the other of the sameamount so that the difference between the two is more than 1 500 kg (3 300 lb)

9 : Point out and comment the cross transfer logic : - PFD / ND - EWD / SD - SD / ND

13, 18, 27:INIT HOLD RWY 33 R - Change wind : 240°/15 kt

15, 29: Go Around below 30 ft and discuss the flare mode effect.

19 : VOR DME 33 R

22 : Set Wind 240°/10 kt

23 : Fail FMGS 1 first, then FMGS 2. The reset procedure must be applied to restoreFMGS 2

32 : Insert a “”Windshear after rotation”

33 : Localizer 33 R

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HASE

WEATHER LFZZ 240°/15 3 km OVC 010 10/7 QNH 1005 QFE 976

INIT PAGE

CO RTE FROM / TO TRIP DISTAIBAIB1 LFZZ / LFZZ 92 Nm

ALTN / CO RTE TRIP WINDAIBLYS HD 015

FLT NBR ALTN[Airline ID] 101 LFLL

LAT LONG ALTN DISTN 46 24.4 E 004 01.3 85 Nm

COST INDEX FL TO ALTN30 FL 110

CRZ FL TEMP TROPOFL 70 / 0°C 36090

INIT NEXT PAGE

GW 64 t140 800 lb CG FOB 10 t

22 000 lb

ZFW 54 t 118 800 lb ZFWCG 28.4 %

NOTES RWY COND WET AIR COND ON ANTI ICE OFF

FPLN : Refer CO ROUTE

PERF PAGE PERF PAGELFZZ 33R

V1 TOGA V1 TOGA

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1 - TRANSIT COCKPIT PREPARATION2 - BEFORE START3 - ENGINE START4 - TAXI5 - BEFORE TAKE OFF6 - TAKE OFF v v7 - CLIMB FL 100 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE v v v8 - FLT CTL : ALTERNATE / DIRECT LAW v v9 - ILS APPROACH - ALTN LAW v v

10 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

1.20 INIT TAKE OFF

11 - TAKE OFF v v12 - CLIMB FL 70 - HYD (G + Y LO LVL) v v13 - ILS APPROACH - ALTN LAW -NO FLAPS v v14 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

1.50 INIT TAKE OFF (Set low visibility)

15 - TAKE OFF ENG FAILURE BEFORE V116 - REJECTED TAKE OFF

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INIT PAGE

CO RTE FROM / TO TRIP DISTAIBAIB1 LFZZ / LFZZ 92 Nm

ALTN / CO RTE TRIP WINDAIBLYS HD 015

FLT NBR ALTN[Airline ID] 101 LFLL

LAT LONG ALTN DISTN 46 24.4 E 004 01.3 85 Nm

COST INDEX FL TO ALTN30 FL 110

CRZ FL TEMP TROPOFL 70 / 0°C 36090

INIT NEXT PAGE

GW 64 t140 800 lb CG FOB 10 t

22 000 lb

ZFW 54 t 118 800 lb ZFWCG 28.4 %

NOTES RWY COND WET AIR COND ON ANTI ICE OFF

FPLN : Refer CO ROUTE

PERF PAGE PERF PAGELFZZ 33R

V1 TOGA V1 TOGA

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17 - TAKE OFF v v3.30 18 - CLIMB FL 100 - RETURN TO DEPARTURE v v v

19 - FLT CTL : ALTERNATE / DIRECT LAW STALL RECOVERIES v20 - ILS APPROACH - ALTN LAW v21 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

INIT TAKE OFF (RA 2 FAULT)

22 - TAKE OFF v v23 - ILS APPROACH (RA 1 FAULT) v v24 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

INIT TAKE OFF (LOW VISIBILITY)

25 - TAKE OFF ENGINE FIRE BEFORE V1 (UNEXTINGUISHABLE)26 - REJECTED TAKE OFF27 - EMERGENCY EVACUATION

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE

• To review alternate and direct laws and handle the A320 in these configurations• To practice a dual hydraulic failure and review A320 particularities.• To operate the A320 in abnormal situations.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS

A. REVIEW

• Standard visual pattern and approach• Task sharing and CRM key points in abnormal situation

B. EXERCISES / REFERENCES

C. SESSION SUPPORT

• FCOM / QRH• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA

• Ability to perform normal and abnormal procedures in accordance with SOPs.• Understanding and assimilation of all A320 new features

CCQ FFS 2 SESSION PREPARATION

EVENT FCOM QRH- F/CTL Reconfiguration control laws- Active control law

1.27.303.02.27

- FAC 1 + 2 FAULT- ELAC 1 + 2 FAULT- ADR 1 + 3 (or 2 + 3) FAULT

3.02.223.02.273.02.34

- Landing in Alternate and Direct law- Stall recovery technique

1.27.303.04.27

- HYD : G + Y SYS LO LVL- Landing with SLATS or FLAPS jammed- Summary

3.02.293.02.10

4.002.001.00

- NAV : RA 1 + 2 FAULT 03.02.34

- L/G Gravity extension 03.02.32 2.00

- ENG FIRE (on ground)- On Ground Emer Evacuation- Rejected takeoff

03.02.2603.02.8003.02.10

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8 : Switch OFF FAC 1 then FAC 2 (through the OVERHEAD Panel FAC P/Bs) anddescribe the FLT CTL NORM law switching to ALTN then set landing configuration(FLAPS 3) for DIRECT law demonstration. Then restore.

9 : Insert ELAC 1 + ELAC 2 FAULT for ILS approach in ALTN law and landing inDIRECT law.

12 : Insert HYD Yellow and Green LOW FLUID QTY.

15, 25: Insert an unextinguishable ENG FIRE before V1.

19 : Insert ADR 1(2) FAULT on PF side, then ADR 2(1) FAULT on PNF side for ALTN lawexercises.Demonstrate STALL Recoveries in CLEAN and LDG configurations.Switching AIR DATA to the other trainee, transfer controls and repeat exercises.Do not restore ADR 1 + 2 FAULT in order to perform the next exercise (ILS in ALTNlaw).

22 : Fail RA 2 prior to take off.

23 : Fail RA 1 when APPR mode is armed.

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INIT PAGE

CO RTE FROM / TO TRIP DISTAIBLYS LFZZ / LFLL 95 Nm

ALTN / CO RTE TRIP WINDLYSAIB HD 15

FLT NBR ALTN[Airline ID] 103 LFZZ

LAT LONG ALTN DISTN 46 24.4 E 004 01.3 85 Nm

COST INDEX FL TO ALTN30 FL 120

CRZ FL TEMP TROPOFL 110 / -31°C 36090

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ONE ENGINE OUTv v v v

9 - GO AROUND - ONE ENGINE OUT v v v10 - ILS APPROACH - ONE ENGINE OUT v v

1.00 11 - LANDING - ONE ENGINE OUT

INIT FL 350

12 - EMERGENCY DESCENT v v v13 - FL 100 - ALL GEN FAULT v14 - EMER ELEC v15 - ILS APPROACH - ALTN LAW v

1.30 16 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

INIT FL 350

17 - ONE ENGINE FLAME OUT v v v18 - OBSTACLE STRATEGY v v v19 - 2nd ENGINE FLAME OUT v20 - ENGINE RELIGHT (WITH APU) v v v21 - VISUAL APPROACH - ONE ENG OUT v v

2.00 22 - LANDING - ONE ENGINE OUT

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CO RTE FROM / TO TRIP DISTAIBLYS LFZZ / LFLL 95 Nm

ALTN / CO RTE TRIP WINDLYSAIB HD 15

FLT NBR ALTN[Airline ID] 103 LFZZ

LAT LONG ALTN DISTN 46 24.4 E 004 01.3 85 Nm

COST INDEX FL TO ALTN30 FL 120

CRZ FL TEMP TROPOFL 110 / -31°C 36090

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GW 64 t140 800 lb CG FOB 10 t

22 000 lb

ZFW 54 t 118 800 lb ZFWCG 28.4 %

NOTES RWY COND DRY AIR COND ON ANTI ICE ENG ON

FPLN : Refer CO ROUTE

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25 - GO AROUND - ONE ENGINE OUT v v v26 - ILS APPROACH - ONE ENGINE OUT v v

2.45 27 - LANDING - ONE ENGINE OUT

INIT FL 350

28 - AVIONICS SMOKE v v v29 - EMERGENCY DESCENT v v v30 - SMOKE REMOVAL v31 - ILS APPROACH (RAW DATA) v

3.15 32 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

INIT TAKE OFF (RA 2 FAULT)

33 - TAKE OFF v v34 - ILS APPROACH (RA 1 FAULT) v v

3.40 35 - LANDING - DIRECT LAW

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01 - SESSION OBJECTIVE

• To review alternate and direct laws and handle the A320 in these configurations• To practice a dual engine failure and review A320 particularities.• To operate the A320 in abnormal situations.

02 - TRAINING TOPICS

A. REVIEW

• Engine out operations.• Approach and landing with Dual RA fault. • Task sharing and CRM key points in abnormal situation.

B. EXERCISES / REFERENCES

C. SESSION SUPPORT

• FCOM / QRH• FCTM

03 - SESSION PROFICIENCY CRITERIA

• Demonstrate the ability to perform all exercises, using the correct procedure and techniques and in accordance with SOPs.

• Have reached a satisfactory standard of accuracy in order to pass the skill test.

FFS 3 SESSION PREPARATION

EVENT FCOM QRH- ENG DUAL FAILURE- Single Engine operations

03.02.7003.02.70

1.004.00

- ELEC EMER CONFIG- Summary 03.02.24 1.00

1.00

- Smoke / Avionics Smoke- Smoke / Toxic Fumes Removal

03.02.2603.02.26

1.001.00

- EMER DESCENT 03.02.80 1.00

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6, 23, 17:Insert engine flame out with damage.

8, 24 : VOR DME RWY 15 R

10,26: ILS 33R

12 : Insert an EXCESSIVE CABIN ALTITUDE.

13 : Insert a DUAL GEN FAULT

19 : Insert an ENG FLAME OUT with no damage

20 : Let the trainees comply with ECAM and attempt a successful relight with one engine.

28 : Insert AVIONICS SMOKE (dense smoke in cockpit only)CABIN EQUIPMENT SMOKE is not suspectedAVIONICS SMOKE WARNING still persists after 5 mn(ILS approach will be performed in Direct law due to the loss of 2 IRs)

34 : Fail RA 2 prior to take off.

35 : Fail RA 1 when APPR mode is armed.

FFS 3 SESSION GUIDE

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