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Wind Speed on ND – Airbus A320

In the Airbus A320 and most modern aircraft, wind speed and direction are typically calculated and displayed through the aircraft’s Air Data Inertial Reference Unit (ADIRU) or Air Data Inertial Reference System (ADRIS). Here’s a simplified explanation of how wind speed is calculated in the A320: The A320 is equipped with multiple sensors that measure…

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Approach Climb and Landing Climb Gradient

Aircraft certification bodies (EASA and FAA) have certain regulations related to aircraft performance requirement. Part 25 of regulations require that procedures must be established for the execution of go-arounds from landing configurations (balked landing) and from approach configurations (missed approaches). These procedures should analyze aircraft approach climb and landing climb capacities and restrict the operational…

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Oxygen System [Question Bank Airbus A320]

1. What type of Oxygen system is present in Airbus A320 Aircraft? A320 Oxygen System consists of: Cockpit Fixed Oxygen System Cabin Fixed Oxygen System Portable Oxygen System This is diluter demand type system where compressed oxygen is stored in cylinder/s. Oxygen flow can be controlled as per crew requirements. Pressure of oxygen cylinder/s is…

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