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A320 Line Training Summary, Air Berlin Revision 4.1 by CMD Urs Oetiker, TRE, Station Zürich A320 LINE TRAINING SUMMARY Page 2 of 171 IMPORTANT The information in this document will provide you with a collection of basic organized material gathered from official Air Berlin sources regarding the operation of the A320. This A320 Line Training Summary is a document which you may use in your training as a work of reference. It is not intended for operational use, meaning that it shall not be use
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     A320 Line Training Summary, Air Berlin by CMD Urs Oetiker, TRE, Station Zürich Revision 4.1    A320 LINE TRAININGSUMMARYPage 2 of 171 Instr.GuideA320 Revision: 4 Effective Date: 25.04.08  IMPORTANT The information in this document will provide you with acollection of basic organized material gathered from officialAir Berlin sources regarding the operation of the A320.This A320 Line Training Summary is a document which youmay use in your training as a work of reference.It is not intended for operational use, meaning that it shallnot be used in-lieu of srcinal operational documentationduring commercial operation.    A320 LINE TRAININGSUMMARYPage 3 of 171 Instr.GuideA320 Revision: 4 Effective Date: 25.04.08  0 Introduction The trend of modern aviation dictates that we are operating in an enviormnent that is increasing inboth technical complexity and is governed and monitored closely in legal and procedural frameworks.So, as well as good stick and rudder-skills, we must also become proficient in the technicalmanagement of the aircraft and adhere rules and regulations stipulated by the company and theauthorities. If we can combine these factors and provide a safe, economical and comfortableexperience for the crew and passgeners – then we have attained our goal.The technical and operational information needed to operate in this environment is contained inseveral documents with which the pilot must be familiar. It is not necessary, nor is it advisable, toknow these books “by heart”. However, the crew must know the structure of the documentation and beable to consult, understand and apply the relevant text/schematics in a timely manner.The purpose of this summary is to give the trainee an overview of the most fundamental topics thatare needed to operate the Airbus A320 family. It provides condensed information as found in the Air Berlin documentation and also describes accepted methods for operating in daily work within thecompany.This summary provides references to the following documentation:OM(A) – The Operations Manual Part A is a document which stipulates accepted practices by which Air Berlin must adhere. It covers many areas; from the description of the organizational structure of the company all the way to weather conditions required for an approach. It covers mainly issues of operational rather than technical nature. The main Chapter of interest for the flight crew member isOM(A) Chapter 8.FCOM 3.3 (a subchapter of FCOM 3, see below) has been specially modified by Air Berlin to suit its„dark and silent“ flight-deck philosophy. It is the only part of the FCOMs that is modified by Air Berlin.FCOM – The Flight Crew Operations Manual is provided by the aircraft manufacturer. It providestechnical guidelines and information that relate to the operation of the aircraft. The FCOM is separatedinto 4 parts. The FCOMs are delivered by Airbus and do not contain company company-specificinformation (except FCOM 3.3, see above). ã FCOM 1 – System Description ã FCOM 2 – Flight Preparation ã FCOM 3 – Flight Operations ã FCOM 4 – FMGS Pilot´s GuideFCTM – The Flight Crew Training Manual is a document published by Airbus and is advisory innature. It provides only basic information regarding practical operation of the aircraft. A320 Instuctor Support – This document provides Instructors with additional background informationon the A320 operation, in procedural and technical terms.There is a strict hierarchy with which the documentation is to be used within Air Berlin. Any informationin the OM(A) overrides FCOM 3.3, followed by the FCOM and finally the FCTM and A320 Instructor Support.Use this summary during your training to prepare for your next flights. By doing so, you provideyourself and the instructor more time to dedicate to areas which may need more focus.The initial training will provide you with the ability to operate the aircraft safely and economically.Remember that safety has highest priority – therfore:    A320 LINE TRAININGSUMMARYPage 4 of 171 Instr.GuideA320 Revision: 4 Effective Date: 25.04.08  ã Attain in-depth knowledge of the procedures ã Attain a good understanding regarding the technical apects of the aircraft ã Strictly adhere to Standard Operating Procedures ã Plan and fly in a conservative manner If you have any questions relevant to training issues do not hesitate to contact your instructor or theDepartment Training.The A320 Line Training Summary is revised at irregular intervals depending on the number andsignificance of changes within the official documentation. If the reader finds any deviations from officialpolicy or finds outdated/incorrect information, please contact:Name: Urs Oetiker Function: TRE, Station Züriche-mail: uoetiker@freesurf.chMobile: +41 78 707 5661For the latest update of the summary check following webpage: http://home.ggaweb.ch/uoetiker/ All that remains to be said is: good luck!
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