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Forum: Tech Log
25th Feb 2017, 19:18
Replies: 37
Views: 7,846
Posted By aguadalte

The reason why the aircraft enters Direct Law...

The reason why the aircraft enters Direct Law when LNDG GEAR down by Gravity is because of the need for using of LAND RECOVERY (to energize ILS 1, SFCC 1, LGCIU 1, BSCU 1, and WHC 1). This, will...
Forum: Tech Log
25th Feb 2017, 18:39
Replies: 37
Views: 7,846
Posted By aguadalte

When in EMER ELEC CONF, on the A330, the LANDING...

When in EMER ELEC CONF, on the A330, the LANDING GEAR must be extended by GRAVITY (and Nose Wheel Steering is LOST in all cases) in order to avoid strong fluctuation of the G HYD pressure, which may...
19th Aug 2016, 16:06
Replies: 35
Views: 12,792
Posted By aguadalte

PM: That's a wrong/simplistic view of the...

PM:

That's a wrong/simplistic view of the Navigational element of the major priority list. It means (among other things) know where you are, avoid CFIT, keep your SA regarding terrain awareness...
1st May 2016, 15:17
Replies: 85
Views: 37,737
Posted By aguadalte

Most national agencies have implemented the...

Most national agencies have implemented the “minimum two crew members in the cockpit rule" as a response to EASA SIB No.: 2015-04.

From that day on, every time, one of the pilots needs to leave...
19th Mar 2016, 18:18
Replies: 1,543
Views: 1,537,422
Posted By aguadalte

Quote: Please stop saying bull...CAT IIIA...

Quote:


Please stop saying bull...CAT IIIA Approaches must be Auto-Landed by Law. The only difference from CAT IIIB is that they have a decision hight and pilots must make visual contact to let...
13th Feb 2016, 17:14
Replies: 23
Views: 9,953
Posted By aguadalte

I see nothing disturbing on issuing a...

I see nothing disturbing on issuing a recommendation to segregate lithium batteries from other flammable materials. Its common sense. They're just asking for this matter to be better regulated.
...
12th Dec 2015, 00:58
Replies: 3,924
Views: 3,795,671
Posted By aguadalte

What would you do?

First of all: AP off, FD Off;
Move the thrust levers to idle and disconnect the A/T. (A/C is over speed);
Then aliviate the angle of attack (zero G, if needed);
Bring the nose to the horizon and...
4th Dec 2015, 19:11
Replies: 3,924
Views: 3,795,671
Posted By aguadalte

To state that unconnected yokes (or side-sticks)...

To state that unconnected yokes (or side-sticks) have no direct relation with this (and with AF447) crash, is to not understand what basic flying is.

In the bus, with unconnected side-sticks, the...
20th Sep 2015, 17:45
Replies: 139
Views: 102,636
Posted By aguadalte

RAT 5: Spot on, RAT 5. We're loosing that...

RAT 5:

Spot on, RAT 5. We're loosing that intuitive sixth sense that used to call our attention ("something is not right here!"). Did they slammed thrust levers to TOGA somewhere during the...
3rd Aug 2015, 17:17
Replies: 92
Views: 61,193
Posted By aguadalte

a330jokey: I'm not surprised with that...

a330jokey:

I'm not surprised with that quote, but would totally disagree.

The best way to land an A330 in difficult/crosswind conditions is to disconnect the AP and the ATHR and fly the bird...
28th Mar 2015, 21:05
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

xcitation: No, I'm thinking on a more...

xcitation:

No, I'm thinking on a more comprehensive approach in which a pilot's career could be properly monitored and on the need to amend the legislation so that our profession could be...
28th Mar 2015, 17:27
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

FullWings: (my bold) Thanks FullWings!...

FullWings: (my bold)

Thanks FullWings! Finally a sensible post in this forum. The airline companies who have just decided to add a second person into the cockpit while one of the pilots are out...
27th Mar 2015, 01:17
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

An armed air marshal, you mean? And who would...

An armed air marshal, you mean? And who would prevent a "loco" air marshal from shooting the pilots... another air marshal?

...and what would a marshal do to prevent a pilot from putting an...
26th Mar 2015, 02:50
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

Would you mind to offer the general public the...

Would you mind to offer the general public the codes to open the doors, also?:ugh:
24th Mar 2015, 22:46
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

GreyhoundMUC, you may have a point there. I agree...

GreyhoundMUC, you may have a point there. I agree that fumes intoxication could also be a cause for this crash, although with fumes and in a VHF environment, a mayday call would have been more...
24th Mar 2015, 22:08
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

An emergency descent following a decompression...

An emergency descent following a decompression with structural damage must be done in speed mode, i.e., the pilot changes from Mach to speed in order not to accelerate the aircraft during descent.
...
24th Mar 2015, 20:53
Replies: 3,529
Views: 4,939,387
Posted By aguadalte

An explosive decompression would be more in line...

An explosive decompression would be more in line with a lower ROD as well as with the theory of the crew being unconscious until impact.

Pure speculation, but I would incline to the theory of an...
26th Jan 2015, 18:02
Replies: 3,924
Views: 3,795,671
Posted By aguadalte

despegue: There is no need to put the...

despegue:

There is no need to put the aircraft in DIRECT LAW. One just have to take TWO ADRs OUT and put it in ALTERNATE LAW.

In ALTERNATE LAW the aircraft will obey your inputs and the pilot...
31st Dec 2014, 16:08
Replies: 420
Views: 65,499
Posted By aguadalte

Well, here's a good reason for pilots to be in...

Well, here's a good reason for pilots to be in the flight deck: Incident: Lufthansa A321 near Bilbao on Nov 5th 2014, loss of 4000 feet of altitude (http://www.avherald.com/h?article=47d74074&opt=0)
30th Dec 2014, 18:59
Replies: 3,924
Views: 3,795,671
Posted By aguadalte

JamesGV: YES! Please enlighten us, from the...

JamesGV:

YES! Please enlighten us, from the top of your private flying experience! Please show us how to "get this conversation back on track"!:ugh:
Forum: Tech Log
18th Aug 2014, 20:12
Replies: 1
Views: 2,458
Posted By aguadalte

In case of an in-bord engine failure, you will...

In case of an in-bord engine failure, you will have 3 reversers working (I guess, I fly the -300 version), and the tables account for that. If the case is an out-bord engine fail, you can only...
11th Aug 2014, 22:49
Replies: 1,148
Views: 417,187
Posted By aguadalte

Agree BOAC, (please see PM). Although some things...

Agree BOAC, (please see PM). Although some things can't be done inflight nowadays, there are plenty of minor questions that may show that sort of "disconnection".:ok:
10th Aug 2014, 22:47
Replies: 1,148
Views: 417,187
Posted By aguadalte

BOAC - (What's wrong with you, man? You're one of...

BOAC - (What's wrong with you, man? You're one of the guys I've learned to respect in this forums...and I don't need to turn down the wick in the co's map display and ask him/her where you are, a...
9th Aug 2014, 15:31
Replies: 1,148
Views: 417,187
Posted By aguadalte

I remember a couple of decades ago, that one had...

I remember a couple of decades ago, that one had to calculate the approach speed, write it in a card and fly it (without ATHR or AT) until the landing flare...

Today, if you ask your co-pilot or...
5th Aug 2014, 17:38
Replies: 58
Views: 20,753
Posted By aguadalte

Very funny jolihokistix :hmm:

Very funny jolihokistix :hmm:
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