The RWY TRK mode, which gives lateral guidance on the track the aircraft was flying at mode engagement starts at?
10 ft RA
30 ft RA
5 secondes after lift up
Landing gear up lever position
If during takeoff, the runway has no ILS, can you get the RWY mode?
If during takeoff, the runway has no ILS, can you get the RWY TRK mode?
You are clear for a LOC (Localizer) approach, the controler clear you for the approach, can you uses the APPR pb on the FCU?
If the flight crew inserts a non-ILS approach into the flight plan, and then uses the RAD NAV page to tune an ILS manually, the MCDU displays "CHECK APPR SELECTION". This message is a reminder that...?
The available APPR guidance modes are APP NAV and FINAL
The available APPR guidance modes are G/S and LOC
The APPR guidance is not available due to discrepancy between NAV aids and approach type selection
The data base of the FMGC is out of date and you must crosscheck the approach
You arm the APPR pushbutton, you get glide slope and loc in blue (armed), can you intercept first the glideslope (G/S*) then the Localizer?
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Can you get G/S* or G/S modes engaged above the operating range of the radio altimeters?
What is not True concerning concerning the arming conditions of LOC and G/S modes by pushing the APPr pb on the FCU?
An ILS approach is selected
The aircraft above 400 ft RA
The ILS and RA are available
Go-around or takeoff or final mode is not engaged
ILS frequency and course are identically set on both receivers
The airport altitude is below 5900 feet AMSL
Which statement is not true concerning the disarming condition of LOC and G/S modes? (if the aircraft is above 400ft)
If you press the APPR pb, both LOC and G/S modes disarm. HDG/TRK mode engages if LOC was engaged and V/S(FPA) mode engages if the G/S mode was engaged
If you press the LOC pb, only the G/S mode disarms. V/S (FPA) mode engages if the G/S mode was not engaged
By switching OFF both FDs
If you pull the HDG/TRK knob
When flight crew engages the go-around mode
During final apprroach, does LAND mode automatically engages when the LOC and G/S modes are not engages?
LAND mode appear on the FMA when the aircraft is below?
On final approach, FMA displays "CAT III DUAL", is autoland authorized?
On final approach, FMA displays "CAT III SINGLE", is autoland authorized?
On final approach, FMA displays "CAT II", is autoland authorized?
On final approach, FMA displays "CAT I", is autoland authorized?
At which height approximately the FLARE mode engages?
During an autoland, during the flare, if the autothrust is active, what can you expect at 30 feet?
Thrust is automatically reduced to IDLE
At the Auto call out "RETARD" you have to reduce thrust to IDLE otherwise the aircraft maintains power
You can not do an autoland with autothrust active
The aircraft will maintain 30% of N1 in case of rejected landing
During an autoland, after main landing gear touchdown, with autopilot engaged, who send a nose down order?
The CM 1
The ROLL OUT mode guides the aircraft Along the runway centerline and it engages at ?
Thrust lever idle
During final approach below which height new VAPP or WIND entry in the MCDU has no effect on speed target?
The AUTOLAND warning light flashes when the height is below ?
Which following conditions is not correct regarding the AUTOLAND red warning when occuring below 200 ft?
Both APs OFF below 200 ft RA
Excessive deviation LOC (1/4 dot above 15 ft RA) or GLIDE (1 dot above 100 ft RA). in addition, LOC and GLIDE scales flash on the PFD
Loss of LOC signal above 15 ft or loss of GLIDE signal above 100 ft
The difference between both radio altimeter indications is greater than 15 ft
Amber caution warning
You are performing a non precision approach, on your PFD you have the aircraft vertical deviation (VDEV Symbol) which have a scale of ?
+ or - 1000 ft
+ or - 500 ft
+ or - 200 ft
+ or - 100 ft
Performing a go-around, on the FMA, vertical and lateral modes are?
SRS and GA TRK (or NAV)
SRS and HDG
SRS and RWY TRK
OPEN CLB and RWY
Is any flaps lever position to get the go around mode when you set TOGA thrust?
There is no specific flaps lever position required to get go around
At least flaps position 1
At least flaps position 3
At least flaps position FULL
Flying a Visual approach with AP/FD OFF, if you perform a go around, are the FDs bars reverts automatically?
Which answer is not correct regarding the SRS mode disengagement?
Automatically, at the go-around acceleration altitude (GA ACC ALT) or if ALT* modes engages (above 400 ft RA)
If the flight crew engages another vertical mode
If the flight crew selects a speed while in SRD mode, SRS reverts to OP CLB mode and a triple-click aural warning is heard
If the flight crew selects TOGA thrust
In engine out conditions, is the SRS mode automatically disengage at EO ACC ALT?
The SRS Law maintains the current speed at Go-around engagement, or VAPP, whichever is higher. Nevertheless in two-engine configuration, SRD limite target speed to?
The SRS Law maintains the current speed at Go-around engagement, or VAPP, whichever is higher. Nevertheless in one-engine out configuration, SRS limite target speed to?