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A330-200F

A330-200 Freighter
Brochure Issue 5

A330-200F

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A330-200F

Contents

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Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 - General
Airbus aircraft commonality
General aircraft features
General overview
Chapter 2 - Courier area
ATA 25.20 - Courier area
ATA 25.20 - Aft customizable area
ATA 25.20 - Fwd customizable area
ATA 25.23 - Courier area lining
ATA 25.30 / 25.35 - Galleys / Catering equipment
ATA 25.40 / 38.31 - Lavatory
ATA 25.60 - Emergency equipment
ATA 33.20 - Courier area lighting
ATA 53.00 - Barrier wall

Chapter 3 - MD & LD cargo compartment


ATA 25.50 - Cargo compartments lining
ATA 25.50 - Cargo drainage system
4 ATA 25.56 / 25.51 - Cargo loading system
ATA 33.36 - MD cargo compartment lighting
ATA 52.30 - Cargo doors
5 Chapter 4 - Associated information
6 ATA 12.00 - Ground handling & servicing
7 ATA 21.00 - Air conditioning
ATA 23.73 - CIDS
ATA 26.00 - Fire protection
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ATA 35.00 - Oxygen
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14 Chapter 5 - Appendix
18 General overview
23 Live animals transportation
29 Perishables goods transportation
33 Dangerous goods transportation
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42 Glossary of abbreviations
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A330-200F

Introduction

Introduction
The A330-200F brochure provides an overall general description on
Airbus design solutions for A330-200 Freighter courier area, main
deck and lower deck compartments.
It shall be seen as an additional general information to the Airbus
Freighter Configuration Guide (FCG), providing a better understanding
on the A330-200F customization.
Any option outside the A330-200F brochure and FCG shall be covered
via specific customer request to ensure technical feasibility and lead
time compliance.

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A330-200F

Chapter 1 General

Airbus aircraft commonality


The A330-200F is a medium to long range freighter able to load 70 t
up to 3200 NM (5926 km) and 65 t up to 4000 NM (7408 km).
The A330-200F is derived from the passenger aircraft A330-200 and
gives a high level of commonality.
The A330-200F combines the technical expertise gained in several
previous wide body freighter projects to an optimized cargo aircraft.
The cross section is compatible with all other Airbus wide body
freighter.

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A330-200F

Chapter 1 General

General aircraft features


The A330-200F is based on a successful passenger variant. The
following picture shows the principal changes when compared to the
A330-200 passenger variant.

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Span

197 ft 10.0 in

60.30 m

Length

192 ft 11.6 in

58.81 m

Height

55 ft 4.5 in

16.88 m

Fuselage diameter

18 ft 6.0 in

5.64 m

A330-200F

Chapter 1 General

General overview
The A330-200F is designed to offer the flexibility needed to operate in
the worldwide cargo business, especially with the payload flexibility.
The courier area offers transportation of 4 (up to 12) persons for the
basic configuration and is equipped with a lavatory and galleystowage. The courier area is delivered in Airbus cool basic colors
according to ref. ICS 07/04.
The main deck cargo compartment provides a maximum cross section
that allow transportation of Unit Load Devices (ULD) up to 96" width in
side by side configuration.
Due to the large doors in lower deck forward and aft compartment
ULDs can be carried up to a size of 96"x125".
Cargo loading systems, ventilation, temperature control, CIDS, smoke
detection & fire protection, courier area... have been developed to fulfill
the freighter requirements and to satisfy the different customer needs.

MTOW

Basic
payload mode
227 t

Optional
range mode
233 t

MLW

187 t

182 t

MZFW

178 t

173 t

OWE

108 t

Engine

PW 4170
RR Trent772B

Max. structural
gross payload

70 t

65 t

Range
capability

3200 nm

4000 nm

Common parts with the passenger A330-200 are covered in other


brochures which are dedicated to specific topics (placards, lower
deck).

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Chapter 2 Courier area

ATA 25.20 - Courier area


ATA 25.21 - Seats: General overview
ATA 25.21 - Seats: Standard layout - Double economy class seats
ATA 25.20 - Aft customizable area
ATA 25.21 - Seats: Options available - Triple economy class seats
ATA 25.21 - Seats: Options available - Double business class seats
ATA 25.20 - Fwd customizable area
ATA 25.22 - 2 HCCAS on lavatory wall
ATA 25.30 - Galley / Stowage with 4 HCCAS
ATA 25.74 - Double bunk FCRC
ATA 25.23 - Courier area lining

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ATA 25.21 Seats: General overview


Description
The standard courier area layout provides 2 double economy class
seats installed forward facing in front of the barrier wall.
The following picture shows this standard layout:

Full compliance to JAR/FAR 25.562 Tested according to AS8049


No electrical installation Mechanical actuation
The double and triple E/C seats are each equipped with the
following comfort features:
a 6" (152.4 mm) seat back recline,
an adjustable headrest,
a deployable in-armrest table.
The double B/C seats are each equipped with the following comfort
features:
a 13" (330.2 mm) seat back recline,
an adjustable headrest,
a deployable in-armrest table,
a deployable legrest.
Options available
The 2 double economy class seats can be replaced by 2 triple
economy class seats or 2 double business class seats.

Additional seating capacity can be provided in the area aft of the


cockpit wall on High Comfort Cabin Attendant Seats (HCCAS). All
Alternate seat layouts can be selected.
these options are selectable in the Freighter Configuration Guide
The basic function of the standard and optional seats is to provide (FCG).
seating for the courier area occupants during all flight phases.

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ATA 25.21 Seats: Standard layout Double economy class seats


Two double economy class seats are installed in front of the barrier wall.
A bustle is installed above each double seat.
The bustle includes reading lights, electrical outlet and courier-cockpit communication.

Vendor

Seat characteristics
BE Aerospace

Part number

Spectrum PN
1010859-10XJB01

Seat width

41.25"

Personal space
between arms

17.5"

Seat depth

26.4"

Recline

6" (13)

Weight

32.24 kg

In-armrest table
Adjustable headrest
Lumbar
Note:
Pictures show option 1: seats layout with
center galley

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ATA 25.20 Aft customizable area

Customizable area AFT

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Center galley

4 business seats with


2 overhead stowage
compartments

6 economy seats with


3 overhead stowage
compartments

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ATA 25.21 Seats: Options available Triple economy class seats


The installation of 2 triple economy class seats in front of the barrier
wall includes a third bustle.

Vendor

Seat characteristics
BE Aerospace

Part number

Spectrum PN
1010860-10XJB01

Seat width

61"

Personal space
between arms

17.5"

Seat depth

26.4"

Recline

6" (13)

Weight

46.50 kg

In-armrest table
Adjustable headrest
Lumbar

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ATA 25.21 Seats: Options available Double business class seats


Basic provisions in front of the barrier wall allow the installation of 2
double B/C seats.

Vendor

Seat characteristics
BE Aerospace

Part number

Millenium PN
8874300X9021S01

Seat width

48"

Personal space
between arms

19.5"

Seat depth

31.3"

Recline

13" (30)

Weight

68.2 kg

Swiveling deployable in-armrest table


Adjustable headrest
Deployable leg-rest
Lumbar

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ATA 25.20 Fwd customizable area

Customizable area FWD

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2 wall mounted
HCCAS

Galley / stowage with


4 HCCAS

Flight crew rest


compartment

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ATA 25.22 2 HCCAS on lavatory wall


2 HCCAS can be installed on lavatory wall
re-use of 16g seat from PAX

Vendor

Seat characteristics
Goodrich

Part number

2072-119FF
2072-122FF

Seat width

20"

Personal space
between arms

17"

Seat depth

27"

Weight

25.4 kg

Recline

27

Plug-in table

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ATA 25.30 Galley / Stowage with 4 HCCAS


This monuments provides:
stowage capacity
4 wall mounted HCCAS (with plug-in table)
galley area described in galley part (ATA 25.30)

Vendor

Seat characteristics
Goodrich

Part number

2072-119XX

Seat width

20"

Personal space
between arms

17"

Seat depth

27"

Weight

25.4 kg

Recline

27

Plug-in table

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ATA 25.74 Double bunk FCRC


The dual bunk FCRC, in place of the galley G1, provides:
two sleeping surfaces, arranged transversely one above the other
and screened by curtains
a stowage compartment (approximately 0.325 m) with door
Note: The upper bunk can be folded down to provide seating for two
occupants that is certified for use during take-off and landing.

Vendor

FCRC characteristics
BE Aerospace

Part number

M8500-1-2-0001

Upper bunk width

23"

Upper bunk length

69" to 76"

Upper height ceiling

32"

Lower bunk width

23"

Lower bunk length

81" to 85"

Lower height ceiling

25"

Weight

527.25 kg

Storable headrests
Literature pockets
Privacy curtains
Handset
Folding tables

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ATA 25.23 Courier area lining

General overview
Sidewall lining
Ceiling
Barrier wall lining

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ATA 25.23 Courier area lining: General overview


Description
Sidewall linings are installed between frames C18 and C20 LH and
RH sides. On the lower RH and LH sidewall is a heated air outlet
(HAO) which ensure circulation at foot level for the courier area. On
the LH sidewall, an access panel for the manual hydraulic override
valve of the MDCD is located on the lower portion of the window
panel. The location of the access panel is purposely located under the
window on the sidewall for better visibility of the open or closed
position of the MDCD. On the upper portion of the LH sidewall panel
there is an air temperature sensor for courier area. This sensor
regulates the temperature within the courier area.
The ceiling panels are installed between frame C13A and C19.
Incorporated within the ceiling panels are systems such as oxygen,
lighting, attendant information panel and air conditioning. The access
to the systems in the ceiling panels are easily accessible by removing
the decor panels.
The barrier wall lining is installed on the barrier wall structure. The
lining serves as an insulation and sound barrier from the MDCC. Also
included on the bottom side of the barrier wall lining is an air return
passage through the floor structure to ensure adequate air circulation.
Options available
The ceiling panel offers an oxygen container located on forward RH
ceiling panel when 4 HCCAS seats are on G1 galley. Also, different
decor panels are available when FCRC, G2 galley and bustles are
being used in different configurations.
The barrier wall lining offers different panels to accommodate the
different bustle configurations.
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ATA 25.23 Courier area lining: Sidewall lining


The following pictures present typical sidewall lining between frames
C18 and C20 and are valid for all configuration layouts.

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ATA 25.23 Courier area lining: Ceiling


The following pictures (bottom up view) present typical ceiling.
Equipment from ATA 21, 33 and 35 are installed in this ceiling.

1 Integrated ballast unit


2 Oxygen container (type II)
3 DOLLI (Dome LED Light)
4 NS / FSB
5 Temperature sensor under grill
6 Air outlet
7 AIP (Attendant Info Panel)
8 EXIT identifiers
9 Loudspeakers

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ATA 25.23 Courier area lining: Barrier wall lining


The following pictures (against flight direction) present typical barrier
wall linings (with 2 bustles).

Barrier wall door, doorframe lining and barrier wall lining


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ATA 21 Air extraction area


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ATA 25.30 / 25.35 Galleys / Catering equipment

General overview
Galley G1 (basic)
Galley G2 (optional)
Galley stowage configurations
Catering equipment

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ATA 25.30 Galleys: General overview


Description
Galleys provide space for storing food and drinks. Further equipment Galleys are installed with a potable / waste water supply and electrical
supply and equipped with the following equipment:
can be installed for preparing cold / hot meals and drinks.
Two galley positions are proposed as shown in the figure here below:

a sink area with water faucet


a sliding table
a circuit breaker panel
a waste compartment
a working light and PC power outlet
stowage compartments
standard units

Options available
The galley G2 can be selected as an alternative if the galley G1 is
replaced by a stowage with 4 C/A seats or a flight crew rest
compartment (option presented in the FCG).
Depending on the needs in terms of flight range, courier area
accommodation, number of occupants and stowage capacity, it is
proposed to install different and predefined configurations of inserts
and catering equipment for both galleys G1 and G2.
Galley G1, located between the cockpit and door 1 RH, is installed on
the basic aircraft.
Provisions for the installation galley G2 are basically provided in front
of the barrier wall.

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ATA 25.30 Galleys: Galley G1 (basic)


FWD galley / stowage monument (SFE)
Monument equipped with:

wardrobe
sliding table
standard units
waste compartment
laptop power supply
stowage compartments
sink area with water tap

Standard units, capable of 4 Atlas full size trays or 8 Atlas half size
trays (used on basic configuration):
up to 32 Atlas HS trays
6 full size bottles per standard unit
Space provisions for selectable catering equipment (SFE):
beverage maker
convection / microwave oven
chilling capability (fridge or plugin air chiller)

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ATA 25.30 Galleys: Galley G2 (optional)


Small center galley (SFE)
Basic provisions in front of the barrier wall allow the installation of a
small galley.
Monument equipped with:

sliding table
standard units
waste compartment
stowage compartments
sink area with water tap

Standard units, capable of 4 Atlas full size trays or 8 Atlas half size
trays (used on basic configuration):
up to 32 Atlas HS trays
6 full size bottles per standard unit
Space provisions for selectable catering equipment (SFE):
beverage maker
convection oven
chilling capability (fridge or plug-in air chiller)

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ATA 25.30 Galleys: Galley stowage configurations


Stowage / galley + 4 HCCAS (SFE)
Space provisions for selectable catering equipment (SFE):
Beverage maker.
Convection oven.

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ATA 25.35 Catering equipment


Beverage maker characteristics
Vendor
B/E AEROSPACE

Fridge characteristics
Vendor
B/E AEROSPACE

Part number

4511-2611-00

Part number 600-1

Capacity

1.36L

Capacity

31.1L / 20.4 kg

Brew time

3 minutes

3 Modes

refrigeration / wine / chiller


freezer

Convection oven characteristics


Vendor
B/E AEROSPACE

Air chiller characteristics


Vendor
B/E AEROSPACE

Part number

4313100-01-6600

Part number

377-2

Capacity

32 Atlas standard meals

Capacity

2400 BTU / Hr

Preparation time max. 28 minutes

Microwave characteristics
Vendor
TIA ELECTRICO INC.
Part number

400-2383-01

Capacity

11.9L (6" x 11" x 11")

Power

1000 W

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ATA 25.40 / 38.31 Lavatory


General overview
Standard interior equipment
Recirculation system

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ATA 25.40 Lavatory: General overview


Description
The lavatory is fitted with a recirculation toilet assembly. The toilet
shroud provides a decorative cover for the toilet unit and includes the
seat with cover.
For ventilation system, ambient air is supplied from the courier area
through an air inlet grill near the floor area. Fresh air comes through
an individual air outlet which is supplied via a tapping point from the
main distribution duct for the FWD TEMP zone. Extracted air from the
lavatory is exhausted overboard through a separate duct system to
eliminate unpleasant odours.
A smoke detector and appropriate warning system in the flight
compartment is installed. A fire extinguisher for the waste bin is on the
top of the waste compartment.
Pressurized water system is designed to comply with United States
public health standards.
The upper / lower attachments are made by means of tie rod / hard
points. These are accessible when the lavatory is installed to enable
removal without disassembly via split line.
The module weight is around 140 kg.

Lavatory module
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ATA 25.40 Lavatory: Standard interior equipment


Shown features:
1 recirculation toilet assembly enclosed by
a rigid decorative cover
2 oxygen box (at least 15 minutes supply
duration)
3 water supply; water faucet
4 one ashtray inside, one ashtray outside
5 mirror
6 coat hook
7 handgrip installed on the wall
8 toilet roll holder
9 paper towel dispenser
10 waste bin with airtight self closing lid
11 flush button
12 seat cover dispenser
13 bifolding door
14 door lock
15 return to seat sign / attendant call button /
razor socket / individual air outlet
16 air inlet grill
Note:
Loudspeakers for crew communicatons are
situated in the ceiling (not visible in this
picture).
Kick strips are located on the outside of the
monument, they are about 100 mm high and
made of stainless steel.
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ATA 38.31 Lavatory: Recirculation system


The recirculation toilet system consists of functional groups for:
waste reception
waste storage
waste servicing
The recirculation toilet system receives waste from the users (A/C
cabin occupants and crew) in the lavatory.
The waste matter is directly discharged from the bowl to the waste
holding tank by gravity and with support of the introduced flush fluid.
The toilet system stores the waste matter throughout the whole flight
mission. On ground, the disposal of the stored waste matter can be
carried out by usual airline / airport practices using servicing cars.

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ATA 25.60 Emergency equipment


General overview
Emergency layout

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ATA 25.60 Emergency equipment: General overview


Description
Emergency equipment is stowed in various locations throughout the Evacuation signalling equipment, providing acoustic and visual
warnings, is installed and is operated by the flight crew if evacuation of
cockpit (identical to the PAX) and courier area compartment.
the aircraft should become necessary.
The standard cockpit and courier area are equipped with the following
To protect the aircraft structure against the effects of fast
emergency equipment:
decompression, the courier area, main deck compartment and cargo
two portable fire extinguisher
compartments are fitted with a system of decompression panels.
(one in the courier area and one in the cockpit).
Options available
two flashlights in the courier area and two in the cockpit.
two manual release tool
Optional emergency equipments are presented in the FCG.
(one in the courier area and one in the cockpit).
one first aid kit.
eight life vests located under each seat
(BFE items, 4 in the courier area and 4 in the cockpit).
two Protective Breath Equipment (PBE)
(one in the courier area and one in the cockpit).
one light-weight portable oxygen cylinder assembly
(with oxygen mask and stowage pouch).
two portable Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT).
two fireproof gloves
(one pair in the courier area and one pair in the cockpit).
one crash axe in the cockpit.
two cockpit escape ropes.
The main deck / crew doors are fitted with inflatable escape slide-rafts
to facilitate the evacuation off all couriers and crew in the shortest
time.

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ATA 25.60 Emergency equipment: Emergency layout


The following picture shows an example of the emergency layout for
the standard configuration.

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POS
1

Equipment reference (courier area)


portable halon fire extinguisher

QTY
1

oxygen cylinder / mask assembly

protective breathing equipment

first aid kit

fireproof gloves

flashlight

manual release tool

9a

portable ELT

9b

bracket ELT

life vests for passengers

POS
50

Equipment reference (cockpit)


portable halon fire extinguisher

QTY
1

51

protective breathing equipment

52

life vest for cockpit crew

53

flashlight

54

crash axe

55

fireproof gloves

56

escape rope

57

manual release tool

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ATA 33.20 Courier area lighting


(plus ATA 33-51 Emergency Lighting)

General overview
General illumination
Reading lights
Lighted signs
Emergency lighting

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ATA 33.20 Courier area lighting: General overview


Description
The freighter specific courier area lighting consists of:
General illumination:

Fasten seat belt signs:

The general illumination is controlled by the FAP and AAP. The The signs switch on when the control switch in the cockpit is moved to
brightness of the general illumination can be dimmed in three steps the SEAT BELT position. In the event of rapid decompression the
(10%, 50% and 100%).
signs switch on automatically irrespective of the control switch
position.
Lavatory lighting:
The lavatory lighting system consists of a fluorescent lamp installed in Return to seat sign:
lavatory and controlled by a switch fitted on the FWD circuit breaker
panel. The lamp is on at maximum intensity whenever the lavatory
door is closed and locked and the selector switch is on. The lighting
reduces to 50% brightness when the lavatory door is closed and
unlocked.
Reading lights:

This sign is installed in the lavatory and switch on when the FASTEN
SEAT BELT control switch is placed to the SEAT BELT position.
Emergency lighting:
The emergency lights will illuminate the courier area in case of
emergency. The electrical power is automatically provided by the
Emergency Power Supply Unit (EPSU) in case of a power loss.

These lights are positioned in the bustles above each cabin occupants
Options available
seat. Each unit consists of a high-intensity light and control pushbutton
No specific customization for the lighting. Adaptations can be required
switch.
depending of options taken.
No smoking sign:
The signs switch on when the control switch in the cockpit is placed to
ON or automatically when in the AUTO position and the landing gear
is extended. In the event of decompression the signs switch on
automatically irrespective of the control switch position.

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ATA 33.20 Courier area lighting: General illumination


The general illumination is controlled by CIDS.
The lighting controls:
are located in the FAP and AAP.
are provided to control the general cabin lighting and to select 10 %,
50 % or 100 % intensity levels.

1 Integrated ballast unit


3 DOLLI (Dome LED Light)
4 NS / FSB
8 AIP (Attendant Info Panel)
9 EXIT identifiers

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ATA 33.20 Courier area lighting: Reading lights


The individual reading lights and their switch are located in the bustles
above the cabin occupants seats.

Reading light (standard layout)


Reading light (customized layouts)
Attendant work light

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ATA 33.20 Courier area lighting: Lighted signs


The fasten seat belt / no smoking signs are visible from all seats.
The lighted signs are controlled by CIDS.
The controls are located in the cockpit.

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ATA 33.51 Courier area lighting: Emergency lighting


All emergency lights are connected to an EPSU. The electrical power The emergency lighting is controllable from the cockpit.
is automatically provided by the EPSUs internal battery pack in case of
A control-switch "EMER" is provided in the FAP.
power loss. The internal battery pack allows the emergency lights to
operate a specified time.
The exit marking and exit location signs will be activated automatically
when either the landing gear is extended or in case of excessive
depressurisation. In the last case the emergency lights will also be
turned on automatically.

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ATA 53.00 Barrier wall

General overview
Implementation
Interfaces
Access doors

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ATA 53.00 Barrier wall: General overview


Description
The safety barrier wall is designed to meet international airworthiness A space provision between the barrier wall and the 1st containers row
regulations.
is provided, allowing courier moving from one side to the other during
flight.
Compliance to CS25 561(c) has been shown by considering the
forward inertia factor of 9g as a static condition for the barrier wall The module weight is around 430 kg.
using the entire cargo.
The fixed safety barrier wall is installed between frames C19 - C20
along the surrounding structure on the main deck cargo compartment.
An additional space provision in front of the barrier wall (courier
compartment) is provided due to the deformation (70 mm) of the
barrier wall.
Courier access to the class "E" cargo compartment during flight is
possible on both sides through RHS and LHS access doors (optional).
RH and LH side cargo compartment doors allow access to the cargo
compartment when ULD are loaded in single row configuration.
The cargo compartment access doors open into the courier area.

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ATA 53.00 Barrier wall: Implementation

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ATA 53.00 Barrier wall: Interfaces


The barrier wall has interfaces with lining & insulation, seat rails, floor
panels, sealing profile.
The lower part of the barrier wall provides air circulation between
courier area and the main deck cargo compartment (air extracted from
the courier area to MD).

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ATA 53.00 Barrier wall: Access doors


Access doors opening direction into courier area.

The door and door frame structure is aluminium. The complete courier
area lining including doors and door frame is composite.

Door cut-outs have a total height of min. 1650 mm and a minimum


width of 627.5 mm allows an almost upright passage.
The installation of rapid decompression panels in the cargo
compartment access doors allow optional installation of seats and
Door surrounding is made of aluminum to avoid damage during
monuments in the customizable area.
frequently door passage.

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ATA 25.50 Cargo compartments lining

General overview
MDCC lining overview
MDCC lining characteristics
LDCC lining overview

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ATA 25.50 Cargo compartments lining: General overview


Description
The MDCC lining is provided between frame C20 and C80 and up to Installation, replacement or rectification of the lining and system
90" high in the cylindrical section. Side walls and rear area is covered components is possible without the use of specialized tools /
by lining components which are made of high impact resistant GFRP equipment.
(Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic) laminates and finished in light color.
The MDCC lining fulfill the FAR/EASA 25.857 (e) and 25.855 (d)
The LDCC lining, based on S-Glass lay-up, protects surrounding class E compartment and fulfill low smoke and toxicity requirements.
structure and systems against fire, temperature air tightness, handling
The LDCC lining fulfill the requirements for:
loads of loading personnel, and has to be damage resistant (withstand
"fire containment class C", according to EASA certification
handling, impact and decompression loads).
specification 25.855 (c)
The lining ensures pressure compensation between cabin and cargo
during ascent and descent in the LDCC by using pressure "air tightness", according to FAR/EASA 25.857 (c)
"rapid decompression", according to FAR/EASA 25.365 (e) initial
compensation valves.
release
It ensures baggages load flow over the airframe structure during the
Options available
bulk cargo loading and unloading.
Installation of sidewall protections in LDCC. Enlarging protection sheet
by approximately 30%, this option further enhances cargo lining
impact tolerance at most exposed areas to inadvertent damage.

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ATA 25.55 Cargo compartments lining: MDCC lining overview


Below sketches represent typical overview of the MDCC lining.
The same philosophy is applicable to the lining all along the MDCC.
In the cargo door area, reinforcements are provided to avoid damage
during ULD loading operations.

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ATA 25.55 Cargo compartments lining: MDCC lining characteristics


The basic function of MDCC lining are:
To cover the cargo hold with respect to the surrounding area.
To ensure the pressure compensation between surrounding areas
in the event of a rapid decompression by means of decompression
devices (dado panels) on both sides at the main deck from frame
C20 C80 above floor level.
To withstand handling loads by operative personnel during on-/offloading.
To protect against fire and temperature.
To ensure the component installation or serve as an interface for
specific systems (rapid decompression device, marking & placards,
air conditioning / temperature control, electrical power, smoke
detection / portable fire extinguishing, lighting, MDCC CLS (payload
systems), main deck cargo door, fuselage structure).

Dado panels rapid decompression devices i.e. CFRP or metallic


grids are integrated (see figure previous page).
Covers are installed to close the gaps between primary structure and
lining installation.
The vital systems in the ceiling located between the two close-out
covers are protected against fire.

All lining components at the opposite of the MD cargo door are


reinforced in a way to accept impacts from oversized ULD and
operational handling of loading personnel.
The lining panel parts are attached by quick release fastener to the
secondary structure.

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ATA 25.50 Cargo compartments lining: LDCC lining overview


Same LDCC as the passenger A/C, for detailed information please refer to the A330 / A340 Cargo Compartment Brochure.

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ATA 25.50 Cargo drainage system

General overview
Schematic drawing
Main deck drainage system
Lower deck drainage system

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ATA 25.50 Cargo drainage system: General overview


Description
The cargo compartment drainage systems of the A330-200F drain all
fluids, which may occur inside the MDCC and the LDCCs due to rain
or snow via opened cargo doors or due to water or snow on
transported freight, out of the A/C via the drain masts.
Fluids are collected in drain pans and funnels in the MDCC and the
LDCCs. The design and location of the drain pans and funnels
correspond to other system and structural installations.
All pans and funnels are connected with a heated pipe system, which
is installed within the floor grids, the triangle areas and the bilge. The
pipe system is connected with the FWD and with the AFT drain masts.
Due to possibly low temperatures in these areas the complete pipe
system, including funnels, is heated and insulated.
The performance of the cargo drainage system facilitates to drain
about 1.500 l water (or melted snow) from the main deck cargo
compartment and about each 500 l from the FWD and aft lower deck
cargo compartment during a flight cycle.

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ATA 25.50 Cargo drainage system: Schematic drawing


The main deck drainage system consists of drain channels and The lower deck drainage system drains all fluids, which are
funnels, which are located in areas, where an accumulation of collected in the PDU drain panels (power drive units) and at the roller
undesired fluids could occur.
tracks end.

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ATA 25.55 Cargo drainage system: Main deck drainage system


The basic main deck drainage system consists of four rows of lateral All drain funnels on the MD are connected to the heated piping up to
drain channels equipped with drain funnels. Additional drain funnels the drain masts.
are installed in the cargo door entrance area and between C72/C73
RH and LH.
A protection angle is installed on the bulk head lining lower part near
C80 in transversal orientation.

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ATA 25.50 Cargo drainage system: Lower deck drainage system


This drainage system consists of:

PDU drain pans with funnels in the roller tracks below each PDU (1)
drain pans with funnels below the splitters (2)
ball mat drain pans with funnels below the ball mats in the door areas (3)
funnels at each end of each roller track (4)
a heated pipe system (5) including air-stop valves (6)

All funnels are connected to the drain mast (7) via the heated pipe system.

PDU drain pan (1)

Splitter drain pan (2) & pipe-connection

Principle of FWD lower deck drainage system


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Funnel at end of roller track (4)


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ATA 25.56 / 25.51 Cargo loading system


Unit load devices (ULD)
Main deck cargo loading system, general overview

Main and lower deck cross sections


General main deck ULD configuration and running loads
Integrator configuration
Military pallet configuration

Lower deck, general description


General lower deck layout
Volume, tare and densities
MD flexible floor structure concept
MD CLS typical components
Cargo compartment floor panels and anti-skid surface
MDCC placards (ATA 11.39)
MDCC floor marking overview

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ATA 25.56 / 25.51 Cargo loading system: Unit load devices (ULD)
Unit Load Devices (ULD) characteristics taken into account in this
brochure in terms of ULD internal volume and ULD tare weight.
Note: According to products market, those values may vary from one
ULD manufacturer to the other.
Type
LD3

Volume
4.3 m / 153 ft

Tare weight
200 lb / 91 kg

LD3 lexan

4.3 m / 153 ft

215 lb / 97.5 kg

AAY

11.6 m / 410 ft

496 lb / 225 kg

AAD

14.6 m / 515 ft

636 lb / 288 kg

AMJ

16.6 m / 586 ft

557 lb / 253 kg

AMV

15.1 m / 533 ft

542 lb / 246 kg

AYY

5.7 m / 202 ft

298 lb / 135 kg

SAA

12.6 m / 448 ft

580 lb / 263 kg

AMA

17.5 m / 619 ft

712 lb / 323 kg

16ft pallets

24 m / 870 ft

728 lb / 330 kg

20ft pallets

32.5 m / 1147 ft

882 lb / 400 kg

96"x125" winged pallets

13.81 m / 488 ft (LD)

388 lb / 176 kg

88"x125" winged pallets

12.65 m / 447 ft (LD)

361 lb / 164 kg

96"x125" pallets

11.52 m / 407 ft (LD)

287 lb / 130 kg

88"x125" pallets

10.53 m / 372 ft (LD)

264 lb / 120 kg

(reference : IATA ULD technical manual Oct 10 & ULD manufacturers)

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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Main deck cargo loading system: General overview Structural provisions and MDCLS BFE
Depending on the floor structural provisions, a BFE manual cargo Optional secondary floor structure is necessary for each of following
loading system can be installed on top of it on either all, or on a part of CLS configuration:
the interfaces for the selected ULD configurations.
SR 96" / 88" x 125"
The main deck cargo loading system is a BFE equipment and is 16 ULD 96" x 125" SR, crosswise
provided by a supplier of the customers choice based on Airbus 17 ULD 88" x 125" SR, crosswise
interface and frame specifications. Airbus established with several
BFE CLS manufacturers a frame agreement, confirming the way of AMA and 16ft / 20ft pallets
working and required qualification as a BFE vendor for a CLS 9 ULD 96" x 125" SR, lengthwise (AMA) + 4 SR
installation on Airbus aircraft.
3 ULD 20ft lengthwise (SR) + 7 SR
The MDCLS assures loading, in-flight transport, and offloading of 4 ULD 16ft lengthwise (SR) + 6 SR
standard Unit Load Devices (ULD).
8 ULD 16ft SBS + 6 SR
The system restrains ULDs in the longitudinal, lateral and vertical
Integrator transport
directions during flight and landing.
The maximum system height, or roll plane, is 2 inch (distance between 42 ULD 62" x 88" in triple rows (AYY) + 6 in SBS.
the top of the cargo tracks and the top of the conveyance 20 ULD 62" x 88" (AYY) + 10 ULD 96" x 125" (AMJ).
17 ULD 88" x 125" (SAA) SR + 14 ULD 62" x 88" (AYY) SR.
components).
18 ULD 96" x 125" (AMV) SBS + 5 ULD 88" x 125" (AAY).
Depending on CLS configuration the main deck floor is equipped with
adapters (secondary structure) which provide fitting points for a cargo 23 ULD 88" x 125" (AAY).
16 ULD 88" x 125" (AAD) SBS + 6 ULD 88" x 125" (AAY).
loading system.
Structural provisions part of basic aircraft allows 3 CLS SBS Options available
configurations.
The adapter sets needed to load a certain ULD configuration can be
selected out of the option catalogue, the Freighter Configuration Guide
Basic
(FCG).
18 ULD 96" x 125" SBS + 4 SR (basic)
20 ULD 88" x 125" SBS + 3 SR (basic)
22 ULD 88" x 108" SBS + 4 SR (basic)
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ATA 25.56 / 25.51 Cargo loading system: Main and lower deck cross sections
The following pictures show typical ULD loading configurations in cross section of the A330-200F.

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Note: BFE CLS certified


A/C volume example
MD volume:

11 894 ft (337 m)

LD volume* :

3 562 ft (101 m)

Bulk volume**:
Total volume:
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348 ft

(10 m)

* LD configuration : 8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3


** 50 % of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

15 804 ft (448 m)
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Note: BFE CLS certified


A/C volume example
MD volume:
LD volume* :
Bulk volume**:
Total volume:
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11 743 ft (333 m)
3 282 ft

(93 m)

* LD configuration : 8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3

348 ft

(10 m)

** 50 % of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

15 373 ft (435 m)
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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Configuration 3 and running loads (optional structural provision)

Note: BFE CLS certified


A/C volume example
MD volume:

9 502 ft (269 m)

LD volume* :

3 562 ft (101 m)

Bulk volume**:
Total volume:
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(10 m)

* LD configuration : 8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3


** 50 % of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

13 412 ft (380 m)
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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Configuration 4 and running loads (optional structural provision)

Note: BFE CLS certified


A/C volume example
MD volume:

9 258 ft (262 m)

LD volume* :

3 282 ft

(93 m)

* LD configuration : 8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3

348 ft

(10 m)

** 50 % of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

Bulk volume**:
Total volume:
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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Configuration 5 and running loads (optional structural provision)

Note: BFE CLS certified


A/C volume example
MD volume:

7 837 ft (222 m)

LD volume* :

3 562 ft (101 m)

Bulk volume**:
Total volume:
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(10 m)

*** for the last single row positions


the normal running load is used
* LD configuration : 8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3
** 50 % of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

11 747 ft (333 m)
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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Configuration multiple choice (=1+2+3+4+5)
The CLS "Multiple Choice" concept allows the operators to load ULDs in a mix configuration : SBS and/or SR and/or AMA.

Example of mixed configurations which can be loaded :

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Example of mix configuration and optimized volume

Optimized volume
MD volume*:

12 295 ft

(348 m)

* MD configuration: 18 96x125" SBS + 2 88x125" SBS + 3 96x125" SR

LD volume** :

4 513 ft

(128 m)

** LD configuration (with winged pallets): 8 WINGED pallets 96x125" + 2 LD3

348 ft

(10 m)

*** 50 % of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

17 156 ft

(486 m)

Bulk volume***:
Total volume:

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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: 20ft pallet configuration (optional structural provision)

Note: BFE CLS certified

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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: 16ft pallet configuration (optional structural provision)

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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Integrator configuration (optional structural provision)

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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Integrator configuration (optional structural provision)

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ATA 25.56 / 53.61 Cargo loading system: Military pallet configuration (basic structural provision)

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ATA 25.51 Cargo loading system: Lower deck, general description


Lower deck compartment
The lower deck cargo loading system is the same as on the passenger The usable volume per compartment based on a
aircraft version.
88" x 125" pallets (10.52 m (372 ft)) is:
A330-200F forward and aft lower deck cargo compartment are LD FWD compartment 42.10 m (1488 ft)
equipped with a semi-automatic, electrically powered cargo loading LD aft compartment 42.10 m (1488 ft)
system. This CLS is compatible with ULDs designed to meet class II
The usable volume per compartment based on a
requirements according to NAS 3610.
96" x 125" pallets (11.51 m (407 ft)) is:
The lower deck CLS provide individual ULD restraint in each
LD FWD compartment 46.10 m (1628 ft)
compartment for the following ULDs / base plate sizes:
LD aft compartment 46.10 m (1628 ft)
88" x 125"
The usable containerized volume based on a
96" x 125"
LD3 container volume of 4.30 m (153 ft) is:
60.4" x 125" (LD6 container)
60.4" x 61.5" (LD3 container)
LD FWD compartment 60.65 m (2142 ft)
LD aft compartment 51.98 m (1836 ft)
(reference: IATA ULD technical manual Oct 10 & ULD manufacturers)

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ATA 25.51 Cargo loading system: General lower deck layout


No change compared to the passenger version
FWD compartment

Aft compartment

14x LD3 or 4x 88" Pallets + 2x LD3 or 4x 96" Pallets + 2x LD3

12x LD3 or 4x 88" Pallets or 4x 96" Pallets

ULD

ATA

NAS 3610

IATA

Half-size
Half-size
60.4 x 61.5 in
60.4 x 61.5 in
Full-size
60.4 x 125 in
88 x 125 in

LD3
LD1

2K2C
2K2C
2K3P
2K3P
2K2C
2L3P/2L4P
2A1P/2A4P
2A3P/2A4P/2A6P
2M1P/2M2P/2M3P

E/G
C/H
X/G/E
H
F
F
F
F
F

LD6

96 x 125 in

* option: additional container / 2K3 pallet in bulk cargo compartment


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Allowable MGW
[lb]
[kg]
3500
1587
3500
1587
3500
1587
3500
1587
7000
3174
7000
3174
10200
4626
11250

5103

Maximum number
FWD
aft
bulk
14
12
1*
7
6
14
12
1*
7
6
7
6
7
6
4**
4
4**

** plus two LD3 container in the entrance area


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ATA 25.56 Cargo loading system: Volume, tare and densities


The following table summarize for each configuration typical values (volume, tare, density).
MDCLS calculated weight derivated from a multiple choice system: approx. 1975 kg (4355 lb).
A330-200F

Basic Aircraft (SBS Conf)


config. 1 (96" SBS)
config. 2 (88" SBS)
config. 3 (96" SR)
config. 4 (88" SR)
config. 5 (AMA)
Integrator 1
Integrator 2
Integrator 3
Integrator AAY
Integrator AAD / AAY
Integrator AMV / AAY
A330-200F

Basic Aircraft (SBS Conf)


config. 1 (96" SBS)
config. 2 (88" SBS)
config. 3 (96" SR)
config. 4 (88" SR)
config. 5 (AMA)
Integrator 1
Integrator 2
Integrator 3
Integrator AAY
Integrator AAD / AAY
Integrator AMV / AAY

MD configuration

MD volume (ft / m)

LD configuration

LD volume (ft / m)

Bulk 695ft (19.7m)*

22 ULD 96"x125" SBS pallets


22 ULD 96"x125" SBS pallets
23 ULD 88"x125" SBS pallets
16 ULD 96"x125" SR pallets
17 ULD 88"x125" SR pallets
9 AMA 96''x125'' SR
+ 4 ULD 96"x125"
20 AYY + 10 AMJ
48 AYY 88''x62''
14 AYY + 17 SAA
23 AAY 88''x125'' SBS container
16 AAD 88''x125'' SBS container
+ 6 AAY 88''x125''
18 AMV 96''x125'' SBS container
+ 5 AAY 88''x125''

11894 (336.8)
11894 (336.8)
11741 (332.5)
9502 (269.1)
9258 (262.2)

8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3


8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3
8 ULD 88"x125" +2 LD3
8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3
8 ULD 88"x125" +2 LD3

3562 (100.9)
3562 (100.9)
3282 (92.9)
3562 (100.9)
3282 (92.9)

348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)

7837 (221.9)

8 ULD 96"x125" +2 LD3

3562 (100.9)

348 (9.9)

9900 (280.3)
9696 (274.6)
10444 (295.7)
9430 (267.0)

26 LD3 lexan
26 LD3 lexan
26 LD3 lexan
26 LD3

3978 (112.6)
3978 (112.6)
3978 (112.6)
3978 (112.6)

348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)
348 (9.9)

10700 (302.9)

26 LD3

3978 (112.6)

348 (9.9)

11644 (329.7)

26 LD3

3978 (112.6)

348 (9.9)

payload in lb (T)
(range mode / payload mode)

Total tare
(lb / T)

Total volume
(ft / m)

Density net (lb/ft - kg/m)


(range mode)

Density net (lb/ft - kg/m)


(payload mode)

143300 (65) / 154323 (70)

9010 (4.09)
9010 (4.09)
8584 (3.89)
7288 (3.31)
7000 (3.18)
10212 (4.63)
17120 (7.77)
19894 (9.02)
19622 (8.90)
16654 (7.55)
18862 (8.56)
17446 (7.91)

15804 (447.52)
15804 (447.52)
15371 (435.26)
13412 (379.79)
12888 (364.95)
11747 (332.64)
14226 (402.84)
14022 (397.06)
14770 (418.24)
13756 (389.53)
15026 (425.49)
15970 (452.22)

8.5 (136)
8.38 (134)
8.64 (138)
10 (160)
10.43 (167)
11.17 (179)
8.69 (139)
8.62 (138)
8.2 (131)
9.21 (147)
8.28 (133)
7.88 (126)

9.19 (147)
9.08 (145)
9.36 (150)
10.82 (173)
11.29 (181)
12.11 (194)
9.45 (151)
9.41 (151)
8.95 (143)
10.01 (160)
9.05 (145)
8.57 (137)

141426 (64.15) / 152449 (69.15)

140765 (63.85) / 151788 (68.85)


143300 (65) / 154323 (70)

* 50% of bulk volume (695 ft) taken into account

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Fully equipped floor grid including all options for adapter (FWD part shown only)

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BFE cargo loading system components

Adapter with 2 point attachment

Adapter with 3 point attachment

Adapter with 4 point attachment

Adapter with 4 point attachment

Side by side configuration

Single row configuration


AMA configuration

Triple row configuration

Side by side configuration

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BFE cargo loading system components

Note: Roller units are not shown in schemes


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ATA 25.56 Cargo loading system: MD flexible floor structure concept


Reinforced adapter concept provides robust floor to support ground
handling loads.
T and + shaped adapter provide fittings for 3-4 point lock attachment.
Adapter are connected with support beam in x-direction to take ground
handling loads during loading and unloading.

Adapter crossbeam to crossbeam connector


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ATA 25.56 Cargo loading system: MD CLS typical components


The MDCLS consists of components for the conveyance of ULDs,
components for the guidance of ULDs and components to restrain the
ULDs in the correct position.
Conveyance components are ball mats, ball trays, roller rails, loading
bridge and the door sill protector.
Guidance components include guide rails, side guides, centerline
splitter, pivot guides and door guides.
Restraining components include cargo locks, outboard and centerline
restraints, and forward and aft end stops.
The conveyance components installed in the ball mat area provide
omni-directional handling of ULDs to facilitate loading the units.
Conveyance components installed in areas other than the ball mat
area permit ULD transport in the longitudinal direction.
For the 16 / 20 ft pallets use of pivot guides are necessary.
The use of the pivot Guides make the loading of the 16 / 20 ft pallets
easy and saver.
This pivot guide in the door area also act as a guide for the side by
side loading and protect the door frame.
Placards, mounted on the walls of the MDCC indicate weight,
operating, and safety data relevant to the CLS.

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Ball mats
The ball mats provide support, and permit omnidirectional movement
of the ULDs in the MDCC door area.
The ball mats are installed between FR20 and FR27, and extend
across the full width of the MDCC.
The ball mats are usually bonded and riveted assemblies of aluminium
alloy parts.
These parts include skin panels, channel-section profiles, edge rails,
ball unit housings, and a number of four attachment brackets.
Cut-outs in the ball mats allow accommodation of other CLS
components.
The top surface of each ball mat is coated with antiskid paint.
Individual low-friction ball units are installed in rows across each ball
mat. Each ball unit is spring-loaded, and held in its housing with a
retainer.
The ball mats are fastened to the cargo tracks with studs and
retainers.

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Ball trays (optional depending on the CLS suppliers)
The ball trays provide support, and permit omnidirectional movement
of the ULDs in areas other than ball mat.
They can be installed between FR27 and FR32 to extend the ball mat
area for the 16 / 20 ft pallets loading capability.
The ball tray assemblies are made of an extruded aluminium tray and
two or more low-friction ball units.
The ball trays are fixed to the cargo tracks.

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Roller trays
The roller trays are installed down the cargo compartment, apart from
the ball mat area, to transport the ULD in their loading position.
Each roller tray assembly is equipped with roller assemblies installed
at intervals along its length, allowing an ease longitudinal movement of
ULD in the cargo compartment.
The roller pitch within the system does not exceed 10 inch.
The roller rail assemblies are fastened to the cargo tracks with two or
more tension studs.

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Loading bridge and door sill protector
The forward and aft door sill protectors are installed in the MDCC door
entrance area to:
protect the aircraft structure at the door sill area from damage
permit lateral conveyance of the ULDs to and from the ball mat area
during loading and unloading operations
The door sill protectors are attached to the outboard cargo tracks, and
are independently hinged. They are manually operated and rest on the
spools of the MDCC door mechanism in their lowered positions.
The door sill protectors must be in their fully raised positions before
the MDCC door is closed.
A lateral side-guide is installed at the end of the assembly facing
towards the door frame to protect the aircraft structure.
Ball and roller units are installed on the loading bridge to allow
movement of ULDs in this area.
A gas spring is installed adjacent to each support mechanism to ease
lowering and raising the bridge.
The gas springs provide the pressure to hold the door sill protector in
its raised position.

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Center guide restraint / retractable
The retractable center line restraints, installed in the ball mat area
provide lateral and vertical restraint of the ULDs between positions
ABR and ABL.
Each restraint assembly has a base plate and inner and outer restraint
pawls.
The restraint pawls can be manually retracted towards the MDCC
door, where they lie below the CLS rollplane during ULD on-loading
and off-loading operations.
The restraint is fixed in the cargo track adapter via shear and tension
studs.

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Center guide restraint / overrideable
The overrideable guides, installed on the center cargo track, provide
lateral and vertical restraint of the ULDs loaded on side by side
positions.
Each unit is equipped with rollers or ball units to assure optimal
conveyance of the ULDs.
The latch-pawls are maintained in the up position by means of spring
tension and can be overridden by a pallet in case the units are not
needed for an ULD loading configuration.
Units have a manual lock-down feature to keep them always in down
position or to allow transportation of non unitized loads (ULD tiedowned to the floor without using latches) in the cargo compartment.
Units can be joined with either roller trays or ball trays:
single latch with roller or ball trays
double latches connected together with ball or roller trays
triple latch connected with four roller trays (in the kink area)
The guides are fixed to the cargo track and adapter with tension and
shear studs.

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Overrideable side guide
The overrideable guides provide lateral guidance and alignment for the
ULDs in single-row positions.
Each guide assembly consists of a base and a guide pawl.
The forward and aft wings allow the pawl to retract (down) below the
CLS roll-plane level, when the guide is overridden for SBS loading.
Some side guides have a manual lock system that allows the pawl to
be permanently locked in the down position. The pawl can be
unlocked with a lever.
The guides are installed in the floor adapters with tension and shear
studs.

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Overrideable side guide
Cross tracks are installed along the outboard sides of the MDCC.
These cross tracks have side guides (rails) attached to their outboard
side for guidance of the ULDs in side by side layout for 96" ULDs.
The 96 inch cross tracks can also have an overrideable guide pawl
inboard for the 88 inch wide ULDs when loaded in the side by side
layout.
The cross tracks are equipped with horizontal rollers to support the
ULDs during loading operation.
The units are fastened on floor adapter and cargo track.

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Retractable cargo latches
The retractable cargo latches, installed across the MDCC between the
ULD loading positions, provide longitudinal and vertical restraint of the
ULDs.
Each latch assembly has an aluminium base, inner and outer locking
pawls.
The unit can be manually lowered when not required for ULD restraint.
The latches are fastened to the cargo tracks with the tension studs
and the shear studs.

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End stops
The fixed end stops provide aft and vertical restraint of the ULDs
loaded on the last ULD positions in the main deck cargo compartment.
The fix end stop are fastened to the cargo tracks.

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ATA 25.55 / 25.50 Cargo compartment floor panels and anti-skid surface
The MDCC floor consist of honeycomb - sandwich panels with antiskid surface.
On the LDCC, the panels (LH and RH of aircraft centerline) have an
anti-skid surface. Optionally, all cargo floor panels (4 in total) in the
lower deck forward and aft cargo compartments can have enhanced
anti-skid characteristics by application of corrugated paint as top
coating (refer to the FCG for further information).

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ATA 25.56 Cargo loading system: MDCC placards (ATA 11.39)


CLS related placards will be furnished by the BFE CLS supplier (i.e:
loading chart, ULD position indication, etc).
Related optional requests for 2nd language and weight indication in kg
and lbs, need to be addressed to the CLS supplier. Airbus will only
take care for placard set installation.

MDCC placards

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ATA 25.56 / 11.39 Cargo loading system: MDCC floor marking overview
To enhance the readability of ULD positions in MDCC, an ULD floor
marking option can be selected from Airbus.
The floor markings will be installed to ease the ULDs positioning over
the main deck cargo loading system.

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ATA 33.36 Main deck cargo compartment lighting


General overview
MDCC lighting
Cargo door light

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Description
The main deck cargo compartment lights and the cargo door light
controls are located in the inside and outside CDOP (Cargo Door
Operation Panel) and can be operated with gloves.
A separate lighting system is installed in each cargo compartment. All
lights are manually controlled by a switch, located on a service panel
in the respective doorway.
The control switch is located adjacent to the cargo door for the
respective compartment.
Each cargo compartment has an adequate light level for cargo
operation.
The loading area light provides sufficient light to allow the reading of
labels on the ULDs.
The lighting of the lower deck cargo compartment is similar to the PAX
A330-200. For further information concerning this part, refer to the
PAX brochure.

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14 HID (High Intensity Discharge) lights are installed in the MDCC.
Weight
1,4 kg
Operating voltage115 VAC
Operating load 69 VA
Housing
Aluminum
Illumination on floor level ~ 100 lx

HID cargo compartment light (CCL)


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ATA 33.36 Main deck cargo compartment lighting: Cargo door light
1 HID light is installed in cargo door lining to support cargo loading equipment operation in this area.
The CDL is the identical MD CCL type with same P/N.
Installed in the cargo door lining

HID Cargo Door Light (CDL)


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ATA 52.30 Cargo doors

General overview
Main deck cargo door
Lower deck cargo doors
Bulk cargo door

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Description
The A330-200F main deck cargo door is located on the forward left
hand side of the fuselage. It is electrically controlled, hydraulically
operated and has a manual backup mode.
Lower deck cargo doors are located on the lower deck right hand side
of the fuselage (as for passenger aircraft). Forward and aft cargo
doors are electrically controlled, hydraulically power operated and
have a manual backup mode.
The bulk door is plug type door, operated by hand.
Main deck cargo door can be operated (opening / closing) during wind
gusting up to 60 knots.
Lower deck cargo door can be opened and closed up to 40 knots and
can left open up to 60 knots.
All hydraulically operated cargo doors are supplied by the electrically
driven hydraulic pump of the yellow hydraulic system.
In case of no electrical and / or hydraulic power the locking and / or
latching shaft can be operated manually using a separate tool which
can be connected to the shaft.
All cargo doors can be operated simultaneously.

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The main deck cargo door is
located between frame C20 and
C29.
It provides a clear opening of:
height : 2.62 m (103.1 in)
width : 3.58 m (141 in)
The opening angle is 65.

The door is mechanically locked in the latched position. The locking is


operated electrically and the latching hydraulically.
Door controls are fitted on panels located inside (1) and outside the
aircraft.
Individual locking indicators (flags) for each hook are provided outside
the door, visible from the ground (2).

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The forward cargo door is located between frame C20 and C26A.
It provides a clear opening of:
height : 1.70 m (66.9 in)
width : 2.70 m (106.3 in)

The aft cargo door is located between frame C59A and C65.
It provides a clear opening of:
height : 1.68 m (66.1 in)
width : 2.72 m (107.2 in)

The bulk cargo door is located between frame C67 and C69.
It provides a clear opening of:
height : 1.07 m (42.2 in)
width : 0.95 m (37.4 in)

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The doors are opened outwards and upwards hydraulically. They are
manually locked and unlocked by means of two operating handles:
a latching handle which activates 10 latches
a locking handle which operates a locking shaft with fitted cams
The doors are designed to carry the hoop tension loads from internal
pressure. They are of conventional design, having an outer and inner
skin with an internal structure of machined frames and sheet metal
beams. This structure upper ends form hinges for the door. Its lower
ends are connected to the latching hooks.
The individual control mechanism for the hooks has an over-centering
system which guaranties hook latching irreversibility; when the
fuselage is pressurized, a torque is created which tends to hold each
hook in the closed position. This locking stability has been confirmed
on the fatigue test airframe.
A dual electric warning system in the flight deck indicates:
positive locking of the handle in its recess
that the door is flush with the fuselage profile and locked

Aft cargo door

In addition, this system enables the crew to identify the locking of each
door separately.

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ATA 52.33 Cargo doors: Bulk cargo door


The bulk cargo door is operated, latched and unlatched manually from The door is counterbalanced by a tension spring (1). The door is
outside and inside. It is opened by being pushed inwards and upwards connected to the door locking warning system. It is possible to open
and is locked in the open position on the ceiling of the compartment.
the door from the inside. This door is of plug-type design.

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ATA 12.00 Ground handling and servicing

General overview
Ramp layout
Turn around time
Aircraft ground stability
Tail stanchion interface

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ATA 12.00 Ground handling and servicing: General overview


Description

Options available

This section provides an overview on the various interfaces between Installation of an additional refuel panel on the right wing.
the freighter and the associated ground service equipment used on the Installation of an additional refuel panel on the left wing.
ramp during aircraft turn-around.
Aim is to offer flexibility in terms of aircraft servicing by a refuelling
selection and control capability from the right wing. Basic aircraft is
The time frame covered by this part, called turn around time, is
only equipped with one refuel / defuel panel.
"chocks on chocks off", with a limited of over-lap into preparation for
push-back.
For further information, please refer to FCG.
Information included in this brochure does not replace or supersede
the data given in the aircraft official documents such AMM (Aircraft
Maintenance Manual), WBM (Weight and Balance Manual) etc.

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For ground services, typical vehicles can be used.

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ATA 12.00 Ground handling and servicing: Turn around time


For a basic configuration, i. e. 18 96"x125" ULDs side by side and 4
96"x125" ULDs single row on main deck and 8 88"/96" pallets with 2
LD3 on the lower deck, the turn around time is about 62 minutes. This
time is based on manual ULD handling on the main deck and
powered ULD handling lower deck.

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ATA 12.00 Ground handling and servicing: Tail stanchion interface


Even if A330-200F is not likely to tail down, a tail stanchion can be used.
Provisions are provided on the basic aircraft.

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ATA 21.00 Air conditioning


General overview
System overview
1. Air generation
2. Air distribution & ventilation
3. Temperature control
4. Pressure control
Detailed system description
1. Flight deck & courier area
2. Main deck cargo compartment
3. Lower deck cargo compartment

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Description

Options available

The air conditioning and pressurization system design is compliant Air conditioning system provides:
with the requirements of FAR 25.857 class "E" for the main deck cargo
F/D, courier area and main deck cargo:
compartment requirements and class "C" for the lower deck cargo
ventilation and temperature control as baseline
compartment requirements.
Lower deck bulk cargo:
Air conditioning system provides following functions:
ventilation and heating as baseline
Lower deck FWD cargo:
air generation
ventilation and temperature control available as catalog option
condition outside air
Lower deck aft cargo:
provide cold air and hot air
ventilation and heating available as catalog option
ventilation
distribute air to all consumers
ventilate cargo compartments
temperature control
to maintain the temperature selected at every location by mixing
cold and hot air
pressure control
control pressure inside aircraft by regulating the air outflow
In case of MDCC smoke detection, the air ventilation flow shut-off to
isolate the MDCC. The air conditioning system retains ventilation and
heating of cockpit and courier area in shut-off mode by operation of
one pack.

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Air generation
Hot bleed air is taken from the engines, the APU or high pressure
ground air supply units.
One part is guided to the air conditioning packs and is cooled down
there.
The other part remains as hot trim air and is supplied to the hot air
manifold.
The amount of airflow taken from the engines can be selected:
NORM (100%) approx. 1,9 kg/s in cruise
LOW (80%) approx. 1,5 kg/s in cruise
SFC reduction by approx. 0,5 % (compare to NORM mode)
slightly decreased air conditioning performance
decreased outside air supply
e.g. for for flights with no live animals, perishable goods or dry
ice presence
HIGH (115%) approx. 2,3 kg/s in cruise (to increase system
performance)
SFC increase by approx. 1,0 % (compare to NORM mode)
shorter time for cool down or heat up
increased outside air supply

Schematic air generation system


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Air distribution
Outside air and recirculated air are mixed in the mixer and supplied
as mixed air to the consumers / compartments.

Ventilation
The ventilation system allows to have homogenous air distribution
to all compartments
avoids "dead corners"
avoids hot and cold spots

Schematic air distribution


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Temperature control
F/D, courier area and main deck cargo:
ventilation and temperature control as baseline
lower deck bulk cargo:
ventilation and heating as baseline
lower deck FWD cargo and aft cargo:
options available
The temperature inside the temperature control zones is regulated
by modulating the temperature of the supplied air.
Hot trim air or electrical heaters (bulk compartment) are used to
heat the supply air.
Schematic temperature control system

Temperature control zones and selectable temperatures


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Pressure control
The Cabin Pressure Control System (CPCS) controls the cabin
pressure to safe and comfortable values by modulating the air
pressure sinks (outflow valves) according to an optimized pressure
schedule.
The CPCS protects the A/C from negative and positive overpressure.
The CPCS protects the A/C from residual pressure at door opening.
The pressure control system is the same system as it is used in the
passenger aircraft.
In case of fire, the aircraft inside pressure can be reduced manually
to 20.000 ft to extinguish the fire in the main deck in accordance to
class "E" requirements.
Schematic CPCS equipment

Example of overhead panel principle


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General
Supply air is conditioned outside air from the air-conditioning packs
(no recirculation).
no recirc air to avoid smell or other contaminations from the load
in main deck cargo compartment.
For heating hot trim air will be used.
selectable temperature range 18C30C
F/D via selector in the OVHD panel
courier area via FAP in the courier area.

Air extraction system


G&T (Galley and Toilet) air extraction
extracts the air out of the lavatories and galleys to avoid / reduce
odor in the courier area
ventilates the courier area

Flight crew rest compartment (optional)


independent ventilation and temperature regulation system
digital control panel integrated in the AAP
temperature selection between 15C and 25C
individual air for each bunk

Schematic G&T system


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Temperature zones
2 temperature control zones: MD FWD CC and MD AFT CC
Air is supplied via 4 supply zones. This allows to create 4 "internal control zones".
improved temperature distribution within the long zones
improved redundancy for temperature sensors

Schematic temperature control zones


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Main deck cargo compartment
Ventilation
Ventilation in the MDCC will be achieved by an enhanced piccolo
ducting (improved version of widebody freighter ducting).
2 dimensional airflow vortices provides controlled air circulation in
the cargo compartment.

Temperature control
Selectable temperature range: 5C to 25C for each main deck
cargo zone
selectable from OVHD - panel in the cockpit
temperature indication in courier area via FAP
Main deck cargo isolation valves push button to stop the air supply
in case of fire.
selectable from OVHD - panel in the cockpit
F/D and courier area air supply will not be stopped.

Enhanced piccolo duct


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ATA 21.00 Air conditioning: Lower deck cargo compartment


Lower deck FWD cargo compartment

Ventilation
Lower deck cargo compartment ventilation is based on negative
differential pressure.
Air is extracted out of the cargo compartment.
Due to negative differential pressure air follows into the
compartment.
The extracted air is fed towards the valve and leaves the aircraft.

optional ventilation + temperature control system


selectable temperature range 5C to 25C
Ventilation can be switched off by P/B.

Note: Baseline aircraft without installed LD aft cargo heating and LD


FWD cargo temperature control may have very low temperatures in
LD cargos if MD cargo is selected to cold temperatures.

Example of overhead panel principle

Schematic LDCC ventilation


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Lower deck aft cargo compartment
A heating system using hot trim air is available as an option.
Allowing heating temperature selection of 5C to 25C.
Similar to bulk compartment heating system, it provides heating
air only, there is no active cooling capability within the system.

Lower deck bulk cargo compartment


ventilation system as baseline
heating as baseline
Supplied air is heated by an electrical heater.
max. compartment temperature 25C
no cooling possible
piccolo blow out below bulk CC floor to reduce the heat
exchange through the cargo floor

Schematic bulk cargo


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ATA 23.73 CIDS


General overview
Courier area layout (basic)
FAP functions

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ATA 23.73 CIDS: General overview


Description

Options available

The Cabin Intercommunication Data System (CIDS) (ATA 23-73) is CIDS components layout will be adapted to each courier area
the microprocessor-based cabin management system, installed on all configuration.
versions of the A330-200F aircraft, and provides most of the required
No option offered in the FCG.
cabin related functions for the cockpit, courier area occupants, cargo
loaders and maintenance teams.
CIDS is the cabin network used to accomplish the functional control,
operation, data transmission, testing and monitoring of various courier
area systems, both on ground and in flight.
CIDS is designed to provide maximum performance with minimum
customer configuration needs, whilst remaining flexible enough to
accommodate changing market demands without the need for time
consuming and expensive hardware modifications.
The CIDS controls the following courier area related systems:

courier and service interphone


public address
public lighted signs
reading and working lights
general illumination
emergency evacuation signaling
smoke indication
indication and control of air conditioning

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ATA 23.73 CIDS: CIDS courier area layout (basic)


Note: The EPO describes the accurate equipment positions.

AAP
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ATA 23.73 CIDS: FAP functions


The FAP (Flight Attendant Panel) is the interface to the CIDS for cabin occupants.
It is installed on lavatory wall.
The FAP is used for:
control of courier and cargo area systems
indication of courier area system status
Note: FAP pages are shown for information only and are subject to change.

FAP : Flight Attendant Panel

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ATA 26.00 Fire protection

General overview
Class E and procedure in MD
Detailed description of SDS
Fire suppression system

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ATA 26.00 Fire protection: General overview


Description

Options available

The fire protection system consists of 2 sub-systems:

Basic lower deck cargo compartment fire suppression bottles can be


replaced with alternate equipment. Courier area is customized and
offered with a baseline and 2 options.

smoke detection system


fire suppression system
Smoke is detected in the avionics, main deck cargo, lower deck cargo
compartments and in the lavatory and customizable areas (FCRC,
stowage, stowage / galley).
Fire suppression system is provided for the lower deck cargo
compartments and in the lavatory waste bin
A built-in fire suppression system is controllable by the pilot.
A separate smoke detector system gives warning to pilot for all cargo
compartments.
The smoke detection system and fire suppression system operates
also on the ground if APU or ground power is available.
The fire protection system for the forward and aft lower deck cargo
compartments is conform to class "C" requirements, the main deck
cargo compartment to class E requirements according to JAR/FAR
25.857.

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ATA 26.00 Fire protection: Class E and procedure in MD


Class E

Procedure for the MD

A330-200F main deck cargo compartment is a class E compartment.

In case of smoke detection in MDCC the following procedure applies:

A class E cargo compartment is one on airplanes used only for the


carriage of cargo and in which:
there is a separate smoke or fire detector system to give warning to
the flight deck crew
there are means to shut off the ventilating airflow to, or within, the
compartment, and the controls for these means are accessible to
the flight crew in the crew compartment
there are means to exclude hazardous quantities of smoke, flames,
or noxious gases, from the flight crew compartment
the required crew emergency exits are accessible under any cargo
loading condition

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call from cockpit to inform all A/C occupants to return to their seat
and put their oxygen mask
manual depressurisation to 20 000 ft cabin altitude (from cockpit)
oxygen system provides 180 min of autonomy
land on the next suitable airport

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ATA 26.00 Fire protection: Detailed description of SDS


The smoke detection system has optical-multicriteria type smoke
detectors installed in the ceiling of each LD cargo hold.
One cavity houses two smoke detectors for dual loop detection
system. On A330-200F, there are 2 cavities in the forward hold and 3
in the aft.
Smoke in one cavity activates the cargo smoke warning if: both smoke
detectors detect it or one smoke detector detects it and the other is
inoperative. With a detector failure, the system will revert to a singleloop operating condition.
If LDCC ventilation is installed, and the cargo smoke warning is
activated in either hold, the associated isolation valves automatically
close and the extraction fan stops.
The SDS of the MDCC is designed with 15 active smoke detectors. In
case of smoke the ventilation system will be shut off and the
depressurization process would be initiated.
In addition to the LDCC & MDCC, smoke detectors are located in the
following courier area monuments: lavatory, galley G1 (or FCRC /
galley stowage S1).
The smoke detection system gives a visual and aural warning in the
cockpit.
A dual loop system has been provided to improve dispatch reliability.

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Chapter 4 Associated information

ATA 26.00 Fire protection: Fire suppression system


The lower deck cargo compartment fire suppression system for When the CIDS-SDF receives a smoke signal from the smoke
A330-200F is equipped with two fire suppression bottles.
detectors it sends a signal to:
The bottles are installed behind the forward cargo compartment side
wall panel.
Each bottle has two discharge outlets, one for the forward cargo
compartment and one for the aft cargo compartment. The discharge
outlets are sealed with metal diaphragms and each outlet has a
discharge head. Distribution pipes connect the discharge heads to the
spray nozzles in the cargo compartments.

the Flight Warning Computer (FWC) engages the master warning


light, the continuous repetitive chime sounds and the Engine /
Warning Display (EWD) shows smoke
the ventilation controller so that the related cargo compartment
isolation valves be closed
the related AGENT pushbutton
CIDS through internal link

The bottles are pressurized to 360 psi (24.8 bar) and can operate After pushing the related AGENT button, electrical power will be
between temperatures from 70C (158F) to -40C (-40F).
supplied to the squibs, the cartridges rupture the metal diaphragms
and opens the related discharge outlets of the fire suppression bottles.
Bottle 1 has a volume of 2170 in and contains 43.09 kg (35.56 l) of
halon 1301. Bottle 2 has a volume of 1600 in and contains 31.75 kg The fire suppression agent from bottle 1 flows directly to the related
(26.22 l). The standard suppression system is certified for 240 minutes cargo compartment spray nozzles. Halon from bottle 2 flows through a
suppression time.
flow metering system FMS) installed for each discharge outlet. The
FMS ensures the agent is released slowly and sufficient agent
concentration is maintained for 240 minutes.

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Chapter 4 Associated information

ATA 35.00 Oxygen


General overview
Oxygen storage & container implementation

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Chapter 4 Associated information

ATA 35.00 Oxygen: General overview


Description
A common source gaseous oxygen system for cockpit and courier
area occupants is provided with three oxygen cylinders (118 m)
installed in the forward lower cargo compartment behind the sidewall
lining.
The crew oxygen distribution system provides supplemental oxygen
and smoke protection (1) to all cockpit occupants.
The courier area oxygen distribution system provides supplemental
oxygen to all courier area occupants. In the standard configuration,
PAX-style oxygen containers (2) with continuous flow masks
(automatically presented when required) provide supplemental oxygen
to four courier area occupants.
The common source gaseous oxygen system is designed for 180 min
ETOPS operation.
First aid oxygen and fire protection is provided by portable oxygen
equipment. Two protective breathing equipment units (TSO-C116
certified, cockpit and courier area) and one portable (3) oxygen
cylinder (11 m, courier area) are installed.

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ATA 35.00 Oxygen: Oxygen storage & container implementation


The common source gaseous oxygen storage is installed in the
forward lower cargo compartment (similar to the A330 PAX gaseous
oxygen system for passengers). The design provides a convenient
servicing location and design flexibility to install 3 standard 118 m
oxygen cylinders. With the use of 3 cylinder, up to twelve courier area
occupants are supported under standard operating procedures.
Oxygen mask installation in the cockpit is identical to the PAX version
aircraft. Courier area occupant oxygen mask containers and portable
equipment for the standard option are installed as shown below. In
addition, the courier area oxygen distribution system layout easily
supports all optional courier area configurations.

Oxygen storage layout

Courier area container and portable oxygen layout


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Chapter 5 Appendix

Appendix

General overview
Live animals transportation
Perishable goods transportation
Dangerous goods transportation

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Appendix: General overview


Description
The transportation of live animals (AVI) and PERishable goods (PER)
requires appropriate environmental conditions to be met on ground
and in flight.
For live animals in general, high temperature in combination with high
humidity level could cause serious stress for animals and shall be
avoided.
Perishable goods need to be transported within specified
environmental conditions, as maintaining the cool chain is key to
product quality and shelf life.

Options available
FWD cargo installation of ventilation plus temperature control
system (refer to ATA 21.00 ventilation and temperature control)
AFT cargo installation of ventilation plus heating system
access capability to the main deck cargo compartment during flight:
Additional equipment and alerting system (aural and visual) in
response to the Airworthiness Authority requirements for access to
the main deck cargo compartment during flight can be installed on
top of aircraft basic provisions.

Furthermore dry-ice, when transported in important quantities, could


require a ventilation system in order to evacuate the sublimated CO2
from the cargo hold.
Dry ice, classified as dangerous good commonly is used as refrigerant
e.g. for frozen meat transportation.
Systems exist to adapt the environmental conditions of A330-200F
main deck and lower deck cargo holds as required for sensitive cargo
transportation.
Applicable regulations IATA Live Animals Regulations (LAR),
Perishable Cargo Regulations (PCR), CITES, government
regulations.

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Appendix: Live animals


MD cargo compartment
ventilated & temperature controlled, 2 zones, each 5 to 25C (41 to
79F)
9 AMA/HMA ULD loading capability
courier area for max. 12 animal attendants

LD cargo compartment
FWD: Optional ventilation or ventilation & temp. control available
(5 to 25C)
aft: Optional ventilation & heating system (5 to 25C)
bulk: Basic ventilation & heating system (5 to 25C)

Likes to travel at 18C

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Comfortable at
15 to 20C cargo
compartment temperature
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Appendix: Perishable goods


Environmental Control Systems (ECS) to:
maintain the required temperature range for transport
evacuate detrimental gases (e.g. CO2, ethylene)
prevent from too high relative humidity levels
Perishable goods frequently transported by air:

flowers
meat, dairy products, fish
vegetables and fruits
pharmaceutical products

Temperature categories (IATA perishables classification):

ambient : 15 to 20C
cool : 2 to 15C
cold : -9 to 2C
frozen : below -10C

Refer to IATA Perishable Cargo Regulations (PCR) for


environmental conditions required for the different types /
commodities of perishable goods transported by air.

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Appendix: Dangerous goods


The A330F can transport any dangerous goods if in accordance to
the valid ICAO and IATA applicable regulations.
As for specifics:
dry ice goods: SIL 00-081 applies
magnetic materials, limitations as per SIL 00-087
radioactive goods, distance and quantity limitations as per ICAO /
IATA guidelines

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Glossary of abbreviations

Glossary of abbreviations (1/2)


A/C
AAP
ACP
AHM
AIP
AMM
AMU
APU
ASPSU
AVI
B/C
BFE
BITE
C/A
CAM
CC
CCL
CDL
CDOP
CFRP
CIDS
CLS
CMC
CMD
CPCS
DEU
DOLLI
ECAM
ECS

Aircraft
Additional Attendant Panel
Audio Control Panel
Airport Handling Manual
Attendant Information Panel
Aircraft Maintenance Manual
Audio Management Unit
Auxiliary Power Unit
Autonomous Standby Power Supply Unit
Live Animals
Business Class
Buyer Furnished Equipment
Built-In Test Equipment
Cabin Attendant (Seats)
Cabin Assignment Module
Cargo Compartment
Cargo Compartment Lighting
Cargo Door Light
Cargo Door Operation Panel
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic
Cabin Intercommunication Data System
Cargo Loading System
Central Maintenance Computer
Command
Cabin Pressure Control System
Decoder/Encoder Unit
Dome LED Light
Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring
Environmental Control System

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ELT
EPSU
ETOPS
EVAC
EWD
F/D
FAP
FCG
FCRC
FL
FSB
FWC
FWD
G&T
GFRP
GMF
GSE
HAO
HCCAS
HID
IATA
ICAO
ICS
IPCU
LD
LDCC
LH
LR
LRU

Emergency Locator Transmitter


Emergency Power Supply Unit
Extended Range Twin Engine A/C Operations
Evacuation
Engine Warning Display
Flight Deck
Flight Attendant Panel
Freighter Configuration Guide
Flight Crew Rest Compartment
Flight Level
Fasten Seat Belts
Flight Warning Computer
Forward
Galley &Toilet
Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic
General Market Freighter
Ground Support Equipment
Heated Air Outlet
High Comfort Cabin Attendant Seat
High Intensity Discharge
International Air Transport Association
International Civil Aviation Organization
Interior Color Spec
Ice Protection Control Unit
Lower Deck
Lower Deck Cargo Compartment
Left Hand
Long Range
Line Replaceable Unit

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Glossary of abbreviations

Glossary of abbreviations (2/2)


MCU
MD
MDCC
MDCD
MFC
MLW
MTOW
MZFW
NM
NS
OBRM
OH
OMS
OVHD
P/N
PAX
PBE
PCR
PDU
PER
PISA
RH
RTS
S/W
SAR
SBS
SDAC
SDCU
SDF

Master Control Unit


Main Deck
Main Deck Cargo Compartment
Main Deck Cargo Door
Maximum Fuel Capacity
Maximum Design Landing Weight
Maximum Design Takeoff Weight
Maximum Design Zero Fuel Weight
Nautical Mile
No Smoking
On Board Replaceable Module
Operational Hours
On board Maintenance System
Overhead Display
Part Number
Passenger
Protective Breathing Equipment
Perishables Cargo Regulations
Power Drive Unit
Perishable goods
Passenger Interface and Supply Adapter
Right Hand
Return To Seat
Software
Search And Rescue
Side by Side
System Data Analog Converter
Smoke Detection Control Unit
Smoke Detection Function

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SDS
SFC
SFE
SR
STWG
ULD

Smoke Detection System


Specific Fuel Consumption
Supplier Furnished Equipment
Single Row
Stowage
Unit Load Device

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