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Forum: Tech Log
25th Jan 2020, 11:58
Replies: 43
Views: 13,174
Posted By EGPFlyer

You can still turn Bluetooth and WiFi on and off...

You can still turn Bluetooth and WiFi on and off in flight mode. If I’m listening on my Bluetooth headphones and turn on flight mode then the Bluetooth stays connected.
Forum: Tech Log
21st Jan 2020, 04:48
Replies: 22
Views: 5,155
Posted By EGPFlyer

learn something new every day. Cheers :ok:

learn something new every day. Cheers :ok:
Forum: Tech Log
20th Jan 2020, 19:46
Replies: 22
Views: 5,155
Posted By EGPFlyer

Flap full angle in the NEO is 40 degrees (same as...

Flap full angle in the NEO is 40 degrees (same as the A319) whereas the CEO is 35 degrees. Slat angle is the same for all.
11th Dec 2019, 11:07
Replies: 1,292
Views: 965,901
Posted By EGPFlyer

Looks like a few apologies are in order ;)

Looks like a few apologies are in order ;)
Forum: Tech Log
23rd Sep 2019, 09:39
Replies: 3
Views: 1,355
Posted By EGPFlyer

It’s the evac horn

It’s the evac horn
Forum: Tech Log
22nd Sep 2019, 10:34
Replies: 63
Views: 35,356
Posted By EGPFlyer

You're landing too fast then. FCTM says you...

You're landing too fast then. FCTM says you should have a 10kt speed decay in the flare
Forum: Tech Log
1st Sep 2019, 19:35
Replies: 37
Views: 18,217
Posted By EGPFlyer

Our manual says that headsets in the list are...

Our manual says that headsets in the list are definitely compliant but if we use a headset not in the list then we must ensure it is compliant with FAA TSO C139 or the EASA equivalent. We also have...
Forum: Tech Log
1st Sep 2019, 11:39
Replies: 37
Views: 18,217
Posted By EGPFlyer

I don’t think the airbus list is exhaustive and...

I don’t think the airbus list is exhaustive and the only copy I can find is really old. In my company providing the headset is certified for use, either by EASA or the FAA then it’s good to use
Forum: Tech Log
5th Jun 2019, 16:35
Replies: 29
Views: 8,016
Posted By EGPFlyer

I drop the gear at 4.5 (with flap following when...

I drop the gear at 4.5 (with flap following when gear down) and then manage speed at 4 (as requested). Always configured by 1000’ aal and usually within Vapp +10 but as stated by some others in our...
Forum: Tech Log
18th May 2019, 03:44
Replies: 35
Views: 9,690
Posted By EGPFlyer

If you’ve pre set your ACC Alt to say 3000’ then...

If you’ve pre set your ACC Alt to say 3000’ then setting STD early will mean that the aircraft will now accelerate at FL030 which will be early or late depending on the QNH (unless of course it is...
Forum: Tech Log
29th Mar 2019, 09:03
Replies: 23
Views: 14,193
Posted By EGPFlyer

In the UK it’s 500’ before turning for an...

In the UK it’s 500’ before turning for an omnidirectional departure.
Forum: Tech Log
22nd Mar 2019, 12:31
Replies: 14
Views: 5,488
Posted By EGPFlyer

Gear operation is restricted above 260 kts. ...

Gear operation is restricted above 260 kts. There’s no protection at all below this speed for retracting the gear
Forum: Tech Log
18th Mar 2019, 22:21
Replies: 27
Views: 7,655
Posted By EGPFlyer

Yes, 15 degrees up to maneuvering speed -10 and...

Yes, 15 degrees up to maneuvering speed -10 and then linearly increasing to 30 degrees at maneuvering speed -3 in NAV. If your in track or heading the max is 25 degrees
Forum: Tech Log
6th Mar 2019, 15:00
Replies: 11
Views: 3,593
Posted By EGPFlyer

Apologies, you are quite correct. I made the...

Apologies, you are quite correct. I made the mistake to assume that it was the same as takeoff. The Go around phase remains until you activate the approach/enable ALTN etc
Forum: Tech Log
6th Mar 2019, 14:15
Replies: 11
Views: 3,593
Posted By EGPFlyer

climb mode is armed if you have NAV in the go...

climb mode is armed if you have NAV in the go around phase. It engages at acceleration altitude and the speed targets green dot. If NAV mode isn’t engaged at acceleration alt then it reverts to...
Forum: Tech Log
19th Feb 2019, 14:54
Replies: 24
Views: 7,895
Posted By EGPFlyer

Once you initiate contact you don’t need to use...

Once you initiate contact you don’t need to use the ground stations name unless there’s a possibility of confusion in the message

As for position reporting, standard ICAO (doc 4444) says you need...
Forum: Tech Log
18th Feb 2019, 21:15
Replies: 5
Views: 5,821
Posted By EGPFlyer

We have this Note in the “Engagement Conditions”...

We have this Note in the “Engagement Conditions” section of the FCOM. Also our FCTM details the FDP, which can be at, or before the FAF.
Forum: Tech Log
7th Feb 2019, 23:39
Replies: 42
Views: 12,199
Posted By EGPFlyer

I’ve always taken it that that the FCOM written...

I’ve always taken it that that the FCOM written in such a way to say that you ‘should’ wait for the gear to be down before selecting F3 but not that you ‘must’ (i.e. there’s no limitation)
Forum: Tech Log
15th Jan 2019, 00:54
Replies: 24
Views: 10,268
Posted By EGPFlyer

Your accelerate stop distance will be less than...

Your accelerate stop distance will be less than calculated because your TAS will be less at the actual temperature than the TAS assumed at your FLEX temperature. The real figure will be about 3%...
19th Dec 2018, 16:14
Replies: 1,292
Views: 965,901
Posted By EGPFlyer

The ownership was 47% British when the annual...

The ownership was 47% British when the annual report came out last month and they’ve stated the intention to increase it above 50% prior to the end of March
Forum: Tech Log
6th Dec 2018, 22:36
Replies: 13
Views: 2,105
Posted By EGPFlyer

The A320 display the speeds derived from the FMGC...

The A320 display the speeds derived from the FMGC weights (as opposed to aerodynamic data) so you’ll always get a 5kt split but it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s more accurate.
Forum: Tech Log
29th Nov 2018, 17:51
Replies: 36
Views: 14,531
Posted By EGPFlyer

I agree, there’s nothing in the EASA regs that...

I agree, there’s nothing in the EASA regs that say what to do with your remaining RVR value. Dare I say that common sense might come into play?
Forum: Tech Log
29th Nov 2018, 17:34
Replies: 36
Views: 14,531
Posted By EGPFlyer

It You don’t replace the TD with midpoint...

It

You don’t replace the TD with midpoint anymore if the TD RVR is missing (in EASA land anyway). You used to do that but it was removed years ago. For CAT3B (no DH) you just one reading on the...
Forum: Tech Log
29th Nov 2018, 17:21
Replies: 36
Views: 14,531
Posted By EGPFlyer

The visual segment requirements of 90m has...

The visual segment requirements of 90m has nothing to do with replacing the RVR for the initial part of the take off run and everything to do with being able to takeoff with an RVR of 125m. i.e. IF...
27th Nov 2018, 15:03
Replies: 35
Views: 10,706
Posted By EGPFlyer

I think initially he had difficult shifting his...

I think initially he had difficult shifting his body weight to steer the glider because the bloke was hanging onto him. It wasn’t until later on when he had dropped down that he could get enough...
Forum: Tech Log
30th Oct 2018, 15:46
Replies: 6
Views: 3,909
Posted By EGPFlyer

Ours is brakes released after last door closed. ...

Ours is brakes released after last door closed. For the ‘In’ time it’s last park brake set before doors are opened.

check your MEL for ‘cabin door showing permanently open’ and it might give you...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Oct 2018, 17:31
Replies: 14
Views: 3,394
Posted By EGPFlyer

That’s not relevant as it’s only for the iPad...

That’s not relevant as it’s only for the iPad version of Flysmart which easy don’t use
Forum: Tech Log
5th Oct 2018, 18:44
Replies: 6
Views: 2,164
Posted By EGPFlyer

Depending on the autobrake setting on your type,...

Depending on the autobrake setting on your type, you should have reversers slowing you before the autobrake kicks in ( eg 4 seconds on the A320 with autobrake low)
Forum: Tech Log
4th Sep 2018, 11:03
Replies: 48
Views: 31,348
Posted By EGPFlyer

Absolutely none apart from a self study module...

Absolutely none apart from a self study module (that wasn’t mandatory)
31st Aug 2018, 15:47
Replies: 45
Views: 20,879
Posted By EGPFlyer

Not so. CDG give landing clearances as soon as...

Not so. CDG give landing clearances as soon as you check in with them, despite being possibly number 2 or 3 on approach. I believe it’s only the case if using separate runways for landing and takeoff
22nd Jul 2018, 07:25
Replies: 147
Views: 99,325
Posted By EGPFlyer

I thought the delays are for those with the P&W...

I thought the delays are for those with the P&W engine, not the LEAP
Forum: Tech Log
21st Jun 2018, 20:01
Replies: 25
Views: 8,427
Posted By EGPFlyer

The AIP version only has the ‘at 2500’ at 12D...

The AIP version only has the ‘at 2500’ at 12D inbound so the turn can be flown whilst descending
Forum: Tech Log
18th Jun 2018, 10:07
Replies: 42
Views: 7,605
Posted By EGPFlyer

I think the ANR has something to do with it. ...

I think the ANR has something to do with it. Before I started using one I could always tell if the other pilot’s speaker was turned up but now I don’t notice it at all
Forum: Tech Log
23rd May 2018, 08:51
Replies: 11
Views: 4,120
Posted By EGPFlyer

the rudder travel limiter varies the max...

the rudder travel limiter varies the max deflection based on airspeed which is obtained from the ADRs
Forum: Tech Log
22nd May 2018, 09:23
Replies: 18
Views: 2,090
Posted By EGPFlyer

and ‘flight’ commences when you start to taxi...

and ‘flight’ commences when you start to taxi therefore you can burn contingency in the taxi. At takeoff you need trip fuel, alternate fuel (if applicable, otherwise extra fuel as per no alternate...
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