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2nd Mar 2020, 04:48
Replies: 64
Views: 13,816
Posted By GaryGnu

The same procedures still apply, they are just...

The same procedures still apply, they are just written in ERSA YSSY FAC (https://www.airservicesaustralia.com/aip/current/ersa/FAC_YSSY_27FEB2020.pdf).
Forum: Tech Log
29th Oct 2019, 08:59
Replies: 19
Views: 3,031
Posted By GaryGnu

Given the OP cited an Australian SID as their...

Given the OP cited an Australian SID as their example, they may be interested in the Australian regulatory perspective.

CAO 20.91 (https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2018C00889) - Appendix 13...
2nd Apr 2019, 22:53
Replies: 56
Views: 34,975
Posted By GaryGnu

The A380: Has a longer cargo fire...

The A380:

Has a longer cargo fire suppression time than the B744 and B744ER
Is approved for Polar Ops
Has an exemption against CAO 82.0 EDTO requirements for cargo fire suppression for 4...
22nd May 2014, 07:23
Replies: 993
Views: 300,732
Posted By GaryGnu

Other Options

Flyboat North



Fair question.

He chose to lock out the parties taking protected industrial action (PIA) and grounded the airline until the lockout period commenced based on an internal...
21st Sep 2013, 08:38
Replies: 187
Views: 42,493
Posted By GaryGnu

Airway structure

I know there are many airways to follow between SYD and PER (and back). But why in this day and age do two of the most commonly used one way routes have to cross at AD VOR?

Can those in the know...
Forum: Tech Log
29th Jul 2013, 10:59
Replies: 7
Views: 3,001
Posted By GaryGnu

Reduced Takeoff Area

Jammedstab,

I don't know if you work in the same jurisdiction of the operator in the example you cited, however, Aus CAO 20.7.1B - 12.1.1 (b) allows the lateral expansion of the takeoff area to be...
Forum: Tech Log
19th Aug 2012, 10:45
Replies: 20
Views: 4,498
Posted By GaryGnu

PRO-NOR-SOP-21-D (Landing)

It is now an Airbus SOP across all the fleets I have seen. Most recently the LR Fleet in our company has lined up with the A380 and explicitly stated that Idle Reverse cannot be used on Wet runways...
13th Mar 2011, 10:56
Replies: 46
Views: 7,877
Posted By GaryGnu

CAR 215

HL,

I cannot comment on your particular situation.

However, have a look at CAR 215. Nowhere does it say that the Operations Manual is subject to approval by CASA (unlike, for example, a Flight...
12th Mar 2011, 02:24
Replies: 46
Views: 7,877
Posted By GaryGnu

AFM not FCOM

Flexible Response,

You are correct that the Go-Around SOP is in the FCOM. My statement was that it was not in the AFM. This is exactly as EASA, the cerifying authority, wants it. (See the extract...
9th Mar 2011, 21:24
Replies: 46
Views: 7,877
Posted By GaryGnu

Easa Cs-25

Further to the above post and in the spirit of 4 dogs I went and found the applicable quotes from EASA CS-25 (current). The bolding is my own.

EASA CS-25 AMC 25.1581 - 6 (c)


And EASA AMC...
9th Mar 2011, 20:57
Replies: 46
Views: 7,877
Posted By GaryGnu

Procedures in AFM

The Airbus AFM and FCOM both contain passages similar to the one Bloggs posted above.

Airbus AFMs do not contain Standard Operating (Normal) Procedures for the Go-Around. By varying the Go-Around...
2nd Feb 2010, 01:18
Replies: 70
Views: 12,850
Posted By GaryGnu

AUS-EU Open Skies

Would the impending expiration of the "slot" you refer to be rendered irrelevant by the mooted Australia-EU airservices agrrement foreshadowed in the recent Aviation White Paper?

Or

Is this...
Forum: Cabin Crew
2nd Feb 2010, 00:55
Replies: 14
Views: 3,783
Posted By GaryGnu

Handset PA + ALL

On the A330 cockpit handset, pressing PA + ALL means a PA is made to all pax loud speakers but NOT the crew rest.

One can only assume the Cabin handsets behave the same way.
29th Jan 2010, 09:06
Replies: 182
Views: 24,916
Posted By GaryGnu

RNP and Automation

RNP approaches still require a manual landing. In fact RNP approaches can, and have, been used to make aerodromes with lesser ground infrastructure more accessible. Scenarios that require a higher...
19th Jan 2010, 00:22
Replies: 182
Views: 24,916
Posted By GaryGnu

Olfactory?

There was really no need to bring what is an excelent thread down to that level Red. However, since you raised it, here's my reply.


The day a machine can smell fumes/smoke and know how to deal...
16th Dec 2009, 09:08
Replies: 32
Views: 3,247
Posted By GaryGnu

NAS - Be Gone??

Leadslead,

I will gladly admit to wanting to see the end of NAS. I think you are right in that the Government, for no good reason I can think of, has continued an obsession with using the US as a...
30th Nov 2009, 10:16
Replies: 159
Views: 14,587
Posted By GaryGnu

R/T Question for ATCers

I have 2 queries from this thread.

1. When departing YBAS it is not uncommon to be instructed to "contact ML CEN passing 5000ft" with the Take-Off clearance. In such a scenario does the tower...
5th Nov 2009, 06:56
Replies: 124
Views: 19,332
Posted By GaryGnu

RedTBar, The first part I agree with. ...

RedTBar,



The first part I agree with.

If second part is how you interpreted my comment then I am guilty of a clunky turn of phrase. Of course the pilots actions will be investigated, as...
4th Nov 2009, 21:28
Replies: 124
Views: 19,332
Posted By GaryGnu

The facts

Debanol,




No pilot worth his/her salt would object to the press reporting of an ATSB investigation. What is objectionable is the inuendo and sensationalism that goes with it. If the press...
4th Nov 2009, 08:45
Replies: 124
Views: 19,332
Posted By GaryGnu

Reasons Lament

Groaner,



May I suggest, that if you want to talk in terms of the Reason model, the Qantas spin doctor response was really saying that the holes in the swiss cheese didn't line up.

For...
25th Oct 2009, 06:15
Replies: 38
Views: 7,399
Posted By GaryGnu

The recently revamped QF lights policy originally...

The recently revamped QF lights policy originally did not require the wing lights to be on unless entering/crossing a runway. I believe this element was based on FAA/Eurocontrol/AsA recommendations....
22nd Aug 2009, 04:29
Replies: 15
Views: 1,517
Posted By GaryGnu

Trent, No argument from me there re the...

Trent,

No argument from me there re the speed prior to TOD. If you do it in selected speed on a profile for a different managed speed you are adjusting with thrust or spped brake. Not really what...
21st Aug 2009, 11:00
Replies: 15
Views: 1,517
Posted By GaryGnu

Clean/250

GD,

Personally I prefer the second choice (min clean to 250 knot descent) if that gives the reqired separation.

The Required Time of Arrival (RTA) function of some FMS used to meet the feeder...
13th Aug 2009, 15:41
Replies: 61
Views: 3,598
Posted By GaryGnu

Public vs Otherwise

LeadSled,

I think you will find the real objection is to the replacement on Class C (Not G) with Non-surveillance Class E.

You may be correct about your assertions regarding the Draft AAPS....
13th Aug 2009, 09:45
Replies: 61
Views: 3,598
Posted By GaryGnu

NAS for how much longer?

Bollocks, future NAS reforms are to be subject to cost-benefit analysis and the CRMF. Given the glacial progress to date I can't see any NAS characterisitcs lasting until the next edition of the...
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