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Forum: Tech Log
7th Jul 2019, 16:33
Replies: 11
Views: 3,086
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Thanks you for the links. Iíll start digging...

Thanks you for the links. Iíll start digging through those FAA ACs.

Totally agree with your last sentence, but unfortunately, that piece of information seems to be missing from our Manuals.
Forum: Tech Log
7th Jul 2019, 16:23
Replies: 11
Views: 3,086
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Our FCOM’s Amplified normal procedures only state...

Our FCOM’s Amplified normal procedures only state that one should verify the RNP as needed, nothing more.
Forum: Tech Log
5th Jul 2019, 20:43
Replies: 11
Views: 3,086
Posted By AlphaFloor27

My company's 787 QRH does not have that chapter. ...

My company's 787 QRH does not have that chapter.

Thank you all for your responses.
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Jul 2019, 22:19
Replies: 11
Views: 3,086
Posted By AlphaFloor27

B787 required RNAV Equipment for RNAV (GNSS) apchs?

Hello guys, please take the following scenario, flying a commercial jetliner (A320, B787, etc):

While on IMC conditions, you are cleared for an RNAV GNSS APCH, and you lose one of the two GPS...
Forum: Tech Log
22nd Apr 2015, 21:03
Replies: 10
Views: 5,827
Posted By AlphaFloor27

That info should be on your aircraft Operations...

That info should be on your aircraft Operations Specifications (OpSpecs); I also check it on the "Coded ICAO Flight Plan" part of our Operational Flight Plan; on the "PBN" section, it should say next...
Forum: Tech Log
27th Mar 2013, 03:30
Replies: 58
Views: 9,975
Posted By AlphaFloor27

So far from the answers, I take there's nothing...

So far from the answers, I take there's nothing definite on this matter, it just depends on the situation, given SOP's don't say you should go around. That's what I wanted to know.

Wouldn't help...
Forum: Tech Log
27th Mar 2013, 01:23
Replies: 58
Views: 9,975
Posted By AlphaFloor27

The PAPI and the approach angles coincide, 3...

The PAPI and the approach angles coincide, 3 degrees. You are definitely high on the approach, both "visually" and according to the PAPI indication, but with a 1000 fpm ROD, you estimate that a...
Forum: Tech Log
27th Mar 2013, 01:02
Replies: 58
Views: 9,975
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Let's say you break off clouds at 2000' AFE,...

Let's say you break off clouds at 2000' AFE, that's when you see the runway and the PAPI and although you are high on the approach, your assessment of the situation tells you that the landing can be...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Mar 2013, 23:25
Replies: 58
Views: 9,975
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Four whites on PAPI: Go around?

Hi, I've been wondering if given the following situation, a pilot should start a go around or not. Let's go:

While on a NPA, after coming out of the clouds, stabilized in speed and configuration,...
Forum: Tech Log
28th Feb 2013, 00:57
Replies: 40
Views: 13,820
Posted By AlphaFloor27

I don't know why the FCOM has a RTOW chapter, but...

I don't know why the FCOM has a RTOW chapter, but it does, and we use LPC NG for our every day operations. What I have told you are the facts, you all are free to make whatever assumptions you want....
Forum: Tech Log
27th Feb 2013, 23:54
Replies: 40
Views: 13,820
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Just to clarify some things: I am a line...

Just to clarify some things:

I am a line released A320 FO.

We do not use this charts, we use LPC NG, I just wanted to gain some knowledge beyond what the FCOM says about the RTOW charts,...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Feb 2013, 19:51
Replies: 40
Views: 13,820
Posted By AlphaFloor27

RTOW Min and Max Acc Heights

Hello, I have the following question regarding RTOW charts:

http://s7.postimage.org/vfd7h9v9n/la_foto_1.jpg

That's for a runway with an elevation of 1548' AMSL as per chart. It says that your...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Feb 2013, 19:21
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

I knew that question was coming, because I have...

I knew that question was coming, because I have asked that same question many times to line captains and instructors, getting two very different answers. This is a little bit off from the original...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Feb 2013, 16:54
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

EO AA is defined by airline policy at 1500' AFE,...

EO AA is defined by airline policy at 1500' AFE, except for a very small number of runways that have special requeriments.

SOP in case of an engine failure is to level off at that EO AA and start...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Feb 2013, 00:31
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Fuel costs I have to assume, otherwise it...

Fuel costs I have to assume, otherwise it wouldn't make sense.

400' AGL THR RED/ACC ALT, unless there's a noise abatement procedure, or certain airports with special procedures (high alt ops and...
Forum: Tech Log
25th Feb 2013, 02:27
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

So do you agree that the answer to my question is...

So do you agree that the answer to my question is what I posted before about the Windshear Detection Function? From what I now understand, it provides a special kind of SRS, and the FG part of the...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Feb 2013, 20:41
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

Found the following: "Auto Flight, Flight...

Found the following:

"Auto Flight, Flight Augmentation, Windshear Detection Function, Guidance:

In windshear conditions, the flight guidance acts on specially adapted FD pitch orders received...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Feb 2013, 15:38
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

"I think this applies unless there is a logic in...

"I think this applies unless there is a logic in the Flight Envelope part of the FAC where the Windshear Warning would override the CLB engagement at Acceleration Altitude."

That would be the...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Feb 2013, 12:09
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

My airline defines both THR RED and ACC ALT at...

My airline defines both THR RED and ACC ALT at 400' AFE. So the scenario I described is absolutely possible.

What I want to know is why SRS stays engaged during a windshear encounter and the...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Feb 2013, 03:29
Replies: 69
Views: 20,447
Posted By AlphaFloor27

SRS mode during windshear - A320

Hello everybody, today I was thinking about what the A320 would do if you have a windshear encounter, assuming managed lateral and vertical modes and AP on, and I'm struggling to really understand...
26th Aug 2011, 17:05
Replies: 37
Views: 9,533
Posted By AlphaFloor27

I don't see why they would not hire someone,...

I don't see why they would not hire someone, provided that person has the minimum qualifications. Give it a shot.
6th Aug 2011, 20:43
Replies: 37
Views: 9,533
Posted By AlphaFloor27

That's not true. I'm not exactly sure how it...

That's not true. I'm not exactly sure how it works, but if your start on the A320 you can transition to the A340 or the B767 as a FO, then go back to the A320 as a Captain, and then transition again...
27th Jul 2011, 23:34
Replies: 37
Views: 9,533
Posted By AlphaFloor27

The full F/O salary, that is after the start of...

The full F/O salary, that is after the start of the third year, is around US$5.000, after taxes. That's around 2.3 million pesos.
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