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A320 Successful Autolands?

Old 5th Jan 2008, 13:02
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A320 Successful Autolands?

Just wondering what the parameters are for a successful autoland on a 320? What is considered to be un-successful? What sort of deviation from the center line is acceptable? (For you comedians out there please dont say main wheels in the grass!)
I haven't been able to find out anything listing what is deemed acceptable or not.
Any pointers or links would be appreciated.
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Old 5th Jan 2008, 14:29
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Landing within the desiginated landing zone, no autoland light illuminated, firmness is subjective. These were the parameters our company used.
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Have a look at EASA CS-AWO book 1 subpart 1.
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Also depend on which engines you have - the characteristics are quite different between them
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