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deuzx
13th May 2008, 10:49
Hello

I just wonder if anybody could provide some landing distances for the A320 200 (CFM 56). I am goeing to make a landing distance calculator (not for real use, of crs). This is for sure printed in the QRH or something, but I do not own a QRH for A320.

I would be glad if anybody could provide a document where landing distances were included or a store which sells QRH and FCOMs for A320.


A question more; in the simulator software, the A320 200 (GW 55 T) with CFM 56 engines uses approx 1400 KG / hour when holding in 3000 feet. Is this what we could expect for a real 320?


Thanks for any answers : )

FLX/MCT
13th May 2008, 11:07
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Hi deuzx,

the first image shows the distance for an autoland with use of autobrake. The second one is used for maximum brake pedal deflection.

FCOM also says that the calculation are based on VLS+5 kts for autoland and VLS for manual landings.

Niki, an airline in Austria which only flies a319,a320,a321 says, that 1500meters was enough for their operations.

I have no answer to your question about fuel consumption, though.


regards
Lukas

deuzx
13th May 2008, 23:44
Amazing!

Is this for the A320 200 with CFM56? : ) I think the distances was long ; )

Do you have distances for some quite normal failures, i ex auto spoiler fail?