AIRBUS A320 FCOM DSC-22 AUTO FLIGHT Part2

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Airbus a320 FCOM system auto flight naviagation part2

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Question 1
How long it takes for a normal Inertial Reference System (IRS) alignment?

1min
5 min
10 min
20 min
Question 2
How long it takes for a fast Inertial Reference System (IRS) alignment?

30 sec
1 min
5min
10 min
Question 3
To align the IRS, what uses the FMGS ? (e.g: [1R] FROM/TO -> LFOB/LFPG)

The reference point coordinates of the departure airport
The GPS
The last coordiantes of the previous flight
Question 4
During the IRS algnment process after inserted the INIT A the "FROM/TO, it's written "IRS IN ALIGN" memo flashes on the E/WD, which answer is not correct? (on old airbus you can get this info when "ALIGN" flashes on the ADIRS overhead CDU)

It has detected excessive motion (it automatically restarts the alignment)
It has detected a disagreement between the position the MCDU has sent to the IRS, and the last memorized IRS position. The flight crew must enter new coordinates in the MCDU, and realign the IRS
It has detected a disagreement between the latitude, the MCDU has sent to the IRS, and the latitude the IRS has computed during the alignment
The IRS has not received a position from the MCDU
One IRS or two are out of service
Question 5
Can you fly with an outdated navigation database?

Not at all, an updated navigation database is mandatory
In exceptional circumstances, and for a limited period of time, an ACFT can continue to operate beyond the end of the database cycle, provided it is approved by the national authorities
Yes but it's not legal
Question 6
You want to insert a speed constraint on the ACTIVE flight plan, you have to insert it in?

The lateral flight plan revision [using the Left keys]
The vertical flight plan revision [ using the Right keys]
Question 7
When the aircraft overflies a flight plan discontinuity (e.g KORNI - F/PLAN DISCONTINUITY - AGN), the NAV mode will automatically?

Sequences and fly direct TO AGN
Fly direct TO the previous waypoint
Reverts to the HDG (TRK) mode
Fly direct to the departure airport
Question 8
In HDG/TRK mode, a waypoint is sequenced when it passed behind the aircraft, and the aircraft is less than

1 nm from it
5 nm from it
7 nm from it
The Flightplan will not sequence
Question 9
If the aircraft is flying a discontinuity towards a waypoint, this waypoint is sequenced when the aircraft is less than ?

1 nm from it
5 nm from it
7 nm from it
The flightplan will no sequence
Question 10
In term of flight plan capacity, the FMS takes into account ?

1 flight plan, the active one
2 flight plans, the active and the secondary
3 flight plans, the active, the secondary and the temporary
Question 11
Each flight plan can contain up to ?

50 legs
100 legs
200 legs
500 legs
Question 12
You want to insert on the flight plan a waypoint, you can identify a waypoint by 5 differents way, which answer is not correct?

Its identifier (if it is in the navigation database)
A Latitude/Longitude (LL)
A Place/Bearing/Distance (PBD). The wayoint is defined by its bearing and distance from a place
A Place-Bearing/Place-Bearing (PBX). The waypoint is defined by the interception of 2 radials from 2 places
A Place/Place (PP), The waypoint is defined by equidistant o[...]
A Place/Distance (PD). The waypoint is defined by a distance from a place, along the F-PLAN
Question 13
How many waypoints can be store in the waypoints file database?

5 waypoints
10 waypoints
20 waypoints
50 waypoints
Question 14
You have inserted a hold on the active flightplan without specific speed limit and your speed is managed, if you fly an airbus with CFM engines, your fefault hold speed is approximately equal to ?

Green dot speed
Green dot + 20kt if < 20000ft or green dot + 5kt if > 20000ft
Green dot + 10kt
250kt IAS
Question 15
You have inserted a hold on the active flightplan without specific speed limit and your speed is managed, if you fly an airbus with IAE engines, your fefault hold speed is approximately equal to ?

Green dot speed
Green dot + 20kt if < 20000ft or green dot + 5kt if > 20000ft
Green dot + 10kt
250kt IAS
Question 16
The FMGS offers three types of entry into holding patters, which answer is not correct?

Direct entry
Parallel entry
Opposite entry
Teardrop entry
Question 17
The predicted data for the alternate on the FMS are computed with Cost Index (CI) ?

CI 0
CI 15
CI 35
CI 999
Question 18
The predicted data for the alternate on the FMS are computed with a Gross Weight (GW)?

Aircraft weight being equal to landing weight at the alternate airport
Aircraft weight being equal to landing weight at primary destination
Aircraft weight being equal to landing weight at aiport departure
Always with a GW of 64.5 tons
Question 19
For the predicted data for alternate, if the length between destination and alternate airport is less than 100 nm, calculation take into consideration a flight at

FL 50
FL 100
FL 150
FL 200
Question 20
For the predicted data for alternate, if the length between destination and alternate airport is comprised between 100 nm and 200 nm, calculation take into consideration a flight at

FL 100
FL 150
FL 200
FL 220
Question 21
For the predicted data for alternate, if the length between destination and alternate airport is more than 200 nm, calculation take into consideration a flight at

FL 150
FL 200
FL 250
FL 310
Question 22
Does the FMGS consider the trip wind for alternate predictions?

Yes
No
Question 23
During the F-PLN initialization, when you enter the CLIMB, CRZ and DESCENT WIND pages, the wind is always ?

True north referenced
The magnetic referenced
Question 24
During the approach preparation, the tower wind that you insert on the PERF APPR page is ?

True north referenced
The magnetic referenced
Question 25
Once in flight, the FMGS considers the actual measured wind up to ?

50 nm ahead of the aircraft to permanently update the wind profile
100 nm ahead of the aircraft to permanently update the wind profile
200 nm ahead of the aircraft to permanently update the wind profile
320 nm ahead of the aircraft to permanently update the wind profile
Question 26
On the PERF APPR page, the selected LDG CONF (CONF 3 or FULL) determines the aplicable

VAPP
VLS and VAPP
VLS, VAP, F, S and Green Dot
F and S speeds
Question 27
On the "PERF" page, the optimum flight level (OPT FL) indicates the most economic flight level for a given?

Cost index
Cost index, weight
Cost index, weight, weather data
Weight
Question 28
The OPT FL is a compromise between?

Fuel and time saving
Fuel and flight cost
Question 29
The Cost Index (CI) is the ratio of ?

Flight time cost to fuel cost
Just a fuel cost
Flight cost to fuel cost
Question 30
Cost INDEX (CI) = 0 corresponds to ?

Long Range Cruise
Minimum fuel consumption (Max range)
Minimum time

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