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the the Family Family Ties Ties film. film.
Clicking Clicking the the screen screen again again will will allow allow you you
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When When ready, ready, click click on on the the screen screen to to start start
the the A320 A320 Family Family film. film.
Clicking Clicking the the screen screen again again will will allow allow you you
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This course is common for A318, A319, A320, and A321 because all four aircraft have the same type rating. We will use the A320 as the generic term and occasionally refer to the other three when appropriate.

In this presentation, you will see a basic presentation of the A320 family.

The A320 family is the most advanced family of single-aisle aircraft in service today, with Fly-By-Wire flight controls.

The A318, A319, A320, A321 are twin engine subsonic medium range aircraft.

The family offers a choice of powerplants:

- International Aero Engines and CFM International for A319, A320 and A321.

- Pratt & Whitney and CFM International for A318.

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MAINMAIN DIMENSIONSDIMENSIONS
3,70 3,70 m m
(12 (12 ft) ft)
11,80 11,80 m m
(39 (39 ft) ft)
38 38 m m (124 (124 ft) ft)
12,50 12,50 m m (41 (41 ft) ft)
34,10 34,10 m m (111 (111 ft) ft)
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Let's look at the main dimensions for the A320.

The A318, A319 and A321 have exactly the same dimensions except that:

- the A318 is 6,11m (20ft 1in) shorter and 0,70m (2ft 4in) higher.

- the A319 is 3,73 m (12ft 3in) shorter,

- the A321 is 6,93 m (22ft 9in) longer.

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MAINMAIN DIMENSIONSDIMENSIONS
A321 A321
+6.93 +6.93 m/273 m/273 in in
(+13 (+13 frames) frames)
45 45 m m (146 (146 ft) ft)
+4.26 +4.26 m m
+2.67 +2.67 m m
(+8 (+8 frames) frames)
(+5 (+5 frames) frames)
A320 A320
(= (= base) base)
38 m (124 ft)
38
m (124 ft)
-1.60 -1.60 m m
-2.13 -2.13 m m
A319 A319
(-3 (-3 frames) frames)
(-4 (-4 frames) frames)
-3.73 -3.73 m/147 m/147 in in
(-7 (-7 frames) frames)
34 m (111 ft)
34
m (111 ft)
-0.79 -0.79 m m
-1.60 -1.60 m m
A318 A318
(-1.5 (-1.5 frames) frames)
(-3 (-3 frames) frames)
-2.39 -2.39 m/94 m/94 in in
(-4.5 (-4.5 frames) frames)
31,50 31,50 m m (104 (104 ft) ft)
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With With a a Maximum Maximum Take-Off Take-Off Weight Weight of of 73,5 73,5 tons tons (162 (162 000 000 lbs), lbs),
the the A320 A320 has has a a range range of of 2900 2900 nm nm as as shown shown above. above.
- -
For For the the A318, A318, with with an an MTOW MTOW of of 66 66 tons tons (145 (145 500 500 lbs), lbs), it it is is
2900 2900
nm. nm.
- -
For For the the A319, A319, with with an an MTOW MTOW of of 64 64 tons tons (141 (141 000 000 lbs), lbs), it it is is
3000 3000
nm. nm.
- -
For For the the A321, A321, with with an an MTOW MTOW of of 83 83 tons tons (183 (183 000 000 lbs), lbs), it it is is
2700 2700
nm. nm.
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With a Maximum Take-Off Weight of 73,5 tons (162 000 lbs), the A320 has a range of 2900 nm as shown above.

- For the A318, with an MTOW of 66 tons (145 500 lbs), it is 2900 nm.

- For the A319, with an MTOW of 64 tons (141 000 lbs), it is 3000 nm.

- For the A321, with an MTOW of 83 tons (183 000 lbs), it is 2700 nm.

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EXTENDEDEXTENDED FAMILYFAMILY ENGINE MAXIMUM WEIGHTS (kg) OPERATING LIMITS MODEL Mach Max Maximum Manufacturer
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ENGINE
MAXIMUM WEIGHTS (kg)
OPERATING LIMITS
MODEL
Mach Max
Maximum
Manufacturer
TYPE
MTOW
MLW
MZFW
Operating
Operating
Speed (MMO)
Speed (VMO)
A318-111
CFM
CFM56-5-B8
66000
57500
54500
A318-121
PW
PW6122
A319-112
CFM
CFM56-5-B6
64000
61000
57000
(option: 70000)
A319-114
CFM
CFM56-5-A5
A320-111
CFM
CFM56-5-A1
68000
63000
59000
0.82
350 kt
A320-211
CFM
CFM56-5-A1
A320-212
CFM
CFM56-5-A3
73500
64500
60500
(option: 77000)
V2500-A1/
A320-231/232
IAE
V2500-A5
A321-131
IAE
V2530-A5
83000
73500
69500
A321-111/112
CFM
CFM56.B1/B2
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SINGLESINGLE AISLEAISLE FAMILYFAMILY TYPICALTYPICAL CABINCABIN LAYOUTLAYOUT A321 A321 16 16 First First class class +
SINGLESINGLE AISLEAISLE FAMILYFAMILY TYPICALTYPICAL CABINCABIN LAYOUTLAYOUT
A321 A321
16 16
First First class class + + 169 169 Economy Economy = = 185 185 seats seats
Seat Seat pitches: pitches: First First 0.91 0.91 m m (36 (36 in) in)
Economy Economy 0.81/0.79 0.81/0.79 m m (32/31 (32/31 in) in)
A320 A320
12 12
First First class class + + 138 138 Economy Economy = = 150 150 seats seats
Seat Seat pitches: pitches: First First 0.91 0.91 m m (36 (36 in) in)
Economy 0.81 m (32 in)
Economy 0.81 m (32 in)
A319 A319
8 8
First First class class + + 116 116 Economy Economy = = 124 124 seats seats
Seat Seat pitches: pitches: First First 0.91 0.91 m m (36 (36 in) in)
Economy Economy 0.81 0.81 m m (32 (32 in) in)
A318 A318
8 8
First First class class + + 99 99 Economy Economy = = 107 107 seats seats
Seat Seat pitches: pitches: First First 0.91 0.91 m m (36 (36 in) in)
Economy 0.81 m (32 in)
Economy 0.81 m (32 in)
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Here are the typical 2-class layouts for the A320 family. The cabin is equipped with a maximum of:

- 129 seats for the A318,

- 145 seats for the A319,

- 180 seats for the A320,

- 220 seats for the A321.

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DOORDOOR HEIGHTSHEIGHTS A A B B C C D D E E F F G
DOORDOOR HEIGHTSHEIGHTS
A A
B B
C C
D D
E E
F F
G G
meters meters
feet feet
A
A
11.76
11.76
38’08” 38’08”
Maximum Maximum Height Height for for A319/A320/A321 A319/A320/A321
12.51
12.51
41’00’’ 41’00’’
Maximum Maximum Height Height for for A318 A318
B
B
3.40 3.40
11’02” 11’02”
Aft Aft Passenger Passenger Door Door
C
C
2.30 2.30
7’11” 7’11”
Bulk Bulk Cargo Cargo Door Door (optional) (optional)
D
D
2.20 2.20
6’11” 6’11”
Aft Aft Cargo Cargo Door Door
E
E
1.76 1.76
5’08” 5’08”
Maximum Maximum Fuselage Fuselage Clearance Clearance
F
F
2.06 2.06
6’09” 6’09”
Forward Forward Cargo Cargo Door Door
G
G
3.42 3.42
11”04” 11”04”
Forward Forward Passenger Passenger Door Door
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In this topic the fuselage, vertical and horizontal stabilizers, and wings station numbers are presented.

The station (STA) number is the distance in milimeters of the cross-section from a reference point. The reference (X=0) for all structural measurements in the X- axis is located 2.54 m (100 in) forward of the aircraft.

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For the vertical stabilizer the reference station is Z=0 at the vertical Z-axis. Due to the fin tip extension, the A318 station numbers have changed. The new rib 12N is on the STA5970.

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For the horizontal stabilizer the reference station is Y=0 at the horizontal Y-axis.

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For wings, the reference station is the wing reference axis that is located at 1868 milimeters (73.54 in) from the aircraft X-axis.

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The cockpit is equipped with adjustable seats for two crew members, a third occupant seat and, depending on the configuration, a folding seat for a fourth occupant.

Various furnishings and equipment are fitted in the cockpit for the comfort, convenience and safety of the occupants.

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The controls of most aircraft systems are located on the overhead panel. The overhead panel is divided into two main sections:

-

a FWD section including the system panels,

-

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- an AFT section mainly comprising the circuit breaker panel.

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The Flight Control Unit (FCU), includes the Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) controls, and is used for control and monitoring of the Auto Flight System (AFS).

It is located on the glareshield.

The "Master Warning" and the "Master Caution" lights are also located on the glareshield.

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Six interchangeable Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) are located on the main instrument panel.

Two of them are dedicated to the Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring (ECAM).

The others are two Primary Flight Displays (PFDs) and two Navigation Displays (NDs).

Stand-by instruments and landing gear controls are also located on the main instrument panel.

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On the A318, the CRTs are replaced by Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)

and the stand-by instruments are integrated and called ISIS (Integrated Stand-by Instrument System).

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Several control panels are located on the center pedestal as shown on the screen.

The main control panels are:

- thrust levers and thrust reverser levers,

- pitch trim wheels,

- flaps and slats control,

- brakes controls,

- MCDUs.

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The side sticks and nose wheel steering handles are mounted on the side consoles.

The side consoles provide documentation stowage, oxygen masks and communication devices.

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NO NO LIGHT LIGHT
SYSTEM SYSTEM ACTIVATED ACTIVATED
CORRECT CORRECT OPERATION OPERATION
PRESSED PRESSED IN IN
FAULT LIGHT ON
FAULT LIGHT ON
SYSTEM SYSTEM ACTIVATED ACTIVATED
FAULTY FAULTY CONDITION CONDITION
RELEASED RELEASED OUT OUT
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In normal operation, no lights are illuminated in the cockpit. This is called the "lights out philosophy".

Most of the illuminated pushbuttons have two stable positions:

- pressed in and released out, each position corresponds to a control signal sent to a system.

• Pressed in (Recessed):

- normally used system activation (AUTO or ON),

- temporarily used system activation (ON),

- system activated for maintenance operation (ON) or override (OVRD).

• Released out (flush with the panel):

- deactivation system (OFF),

- manual activation of a system (ON),

- activation of an alternate system (ALTN).

• Some pushbuttons have only one stable position:

- released out.

When pushed, they send a control signal to the system.

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PUSHBUTTONPUSHBUTTON COLORCOLOR PHILOSOPHYPHILOSOPHY RED RED IS IS USED USED FOR FOR A A FAILURE FAILURE
PUSHBUTTONPUSHBUTTON COLORCOLOR PHILOSOPHYPHILOSOPHY
RED RED IS IS USED USED FOR FOR A A FAILURE FAILURE NEEDING NEEDING
IMMEDIATE IMMEDIATE ACTION ACTION
AMBER AMBER IS IS USED USED FOR FOR A A FAILURE FAILURE NEEDING NEEDING
AWARENESS AWARENESS BUT BUT NO NO IMMEDIATE IMMEDIATE ACTION ACTION
WHITE IS USED TO INDICATE A PUSHBUTTON
WHITE IS USED TO INDICATE A PUSHBUTTON
IN IN AN AN ABNORMAL ABNORMAL POSITION POSITION OR OR MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE
OPERATION OPERATION
GREEN GREEN IS IS USED USED TO TO INDICATE INDICATE NORMAL NORMAL
OPERATION OPERATION OF OF A A BACK BACK UP UP SYSTEM SYSTEM
BLUE BLUE IS IS USED USED TO TO INDICATE INDICATE NORMAL NORMAL OPERATION OPERATION
OF OF A A TEMPORARY TEMPORARY USED USED SYSTEM SYSTEM
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The illuminated pushbutton and annunciator lights are different colors according to their function.

In normal operation, only green lights and sometimes blue lights are illuminated.

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Illuminated pushbutton and annunciator lights example (light test configuration).

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When you work on aircraft, make sure that you obey all the AMM safety procedures. This will prevent injury to persons and /or damage to the aircraft.

The following terms are used in the AMM and are defined as follows:

WARNING: calls attention to the use of material, processes, methods, procedures or limits which must be followed precisely to avoid injury or death to persons.

CAUTION: calls attention to methods and procedures which must be followed to avoid damage to equipment.

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SCHEDULED / UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE CHECKS IN THE AMM / MPD This chapter includes the following sections:

- scheduled maintenance tasks and checks,

- unscheduled maintenance checks.

SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TASKS & CHECKS - IN MPD This Chapter 05-20-00 “Life Limits and Maintenance Checks” is now covered in the Maintenance Planning Document (MPD). The MPD is the repository document for all repetitive scheduled maintenance tasks promulgated by Airworthiness Directives (AD/CN), All Operator Telex (AOT), Inspection Service Bulletins (ISB), Service Information Letters (SIL), and Modifications (MOD/SB) and analysed under the Maintenance Review

Board (MRB). UN-SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE – IN AMM SECTION 05-50-00 This Chapter 05-50-00 includes the maintenance checks that you must do when a flight crew report shows abnormal flight conditions. Such maintenance actions are divided into two categories of information:

- inspections,

- checks.

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SCHEDULED REPETITIVE REQUIREMENTS THROUGH MPD The main objective of the MPD document is to provide maintenance planning

information necessary for each operator to develop a customized maintenance program. MPD reflects all repetitive scheduled maintenance tasks promulgated by AD/CN, AOT, ISB, SIL, and MOD/SB and analysed under the MRB.

A typical scheduled repetitive task (Integrated Drive Generator (IDG) scavenge filter) is

listed with the following data:

- the threshold interval, source document, cross-references to other manuals or documents (Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) and SIL),

- Man Hours required to accomplish the work,

- the applicability in this Envelope document.

Note the Zonal inspection, requested by C CHECK interval, on the tension of the fan cowl latches, the AOT, AMM and SIL cross-referenced. Some maintenance tasks have a higher ranking of requirement, when the maintenance requirement is identified as:

- “Airworthiness Limitations Item” (ALI) or “Life limit parts”,

- “Certification Maintenance Requirements” (CMR).

The approved document MRB REPORT Appendix 1 lists all these airworthiness

approved issues, the ALIs and CMRs.

The MPD details these airworthiness related items in the “Time controlled Items“ and “Life Limits” sections.

It is the responsibility of each operator to adjust his own maintenance program in

accordance with his National Authority.

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GENERAL Aircraft lifted at forward jacking point with main landing gear wheels on ground. The three jacking points, when equipped with jacking pads, are used to lift the aircraft. The forward point “A” is located forward of the nose landing gear. The points “B” are located outboard of the engine pylons. You can lift the aircraft at the forward jacking point only, with the wheels of the main landing gear on the ground. A safety jack can be positioned at the rear of the aircraft after jacking to stabilize the aircraft. When the aircraft is weighed on landing gear jacks the following jacking points must be used to lift it. - 2 jacking points located in the main landing gear, - 1 jacking point located in the nose landing gear. LIMITATIONS The open air jacking operation is limited if the wind velocity exceeds permissible values which depend on aircraft gross weight and center of gravity position. In any condition, the aircraft must be pointing upwind. PRECAUTIONS The three jacks have to be operated together. As soon as the jacking operation is finished, position the safety jack to stabilize the aircraft. Do not use the safety jack to lift the aircraft. JACKING POINTS Jacking pads have to be used under the jacking points to spread the loads.

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LEVELING AND WEIGHING Different methods of leveling and weighing of the aircraft are presented in this topic. WEIGHING You can weigh the aircraft with:

- the aircraft on Jacks,

- the aircraft on its wheels,

- the aircraft on landing gear jacks.

Load cells on each jack or platform scales are used for weighing. QUICK LEVELING USING THE ATTITUDE MONITOR To ensure that excessive side loads are not place on the jacks and on the aircraft structure, a quick leveling check must be carried out during the jacking operation. The procedure consists in operating the jacks of the aircraft to move the bubble

to the D4 position in the attitude monitor, which is located in the Refuel/Defuel control panel recess.

- The D4 position corresponds to a longitudinal angle of 0 degrees and a lateral angle of 0 degrees.

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QUICK LEVELING PROCEDURE WITH THE ADIRU Before doing the procedure an Inertial Reference alignment procedure must be completed. After that, on the MCDU scratchpad the alpha call-up code has to be entered:

- PTCH for the pitch angle to do a check of the longitudinal alignment, - ROLL for the roll angle to do a check of the transverse alignment. To start this procedure, first of all the aircraft must be lifted. After that, read the pitch and roll angles in the MCDU scratchpad. Then operate the hydraulic jack below the wing to get the transverse alignment. Then operate the forward hydraulic jack to get the longitudinal alignment. When you have done the longitudinal alignment, do a check of the transverse alignment.

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The procedure for towing the aircraft with the nose gear from the front is the following:

Make sure that the safety devices are installed on the landing gears.

NOTE: it is optional to install the landing gear safety devices when you tow or push the aircraft during flight operations.

Make sure that the aircraft is stable and the engine cowls are closed.

Do not tow the aircraft if the dimension H is more than 300 millimeters. If you do, you can cause damage to the internal centering cams of the nose landing gear.

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Depending on the configuration you are in, the aircraft needs to be energized either using the APU, an engine running or using the tractor itself if it has a Ground Power Unit (GPU).

The EIS start procedure must be done.

On the nose wheel steering deactivation electrical box, set the ground towing control lever to the towing position and install the pin.

In the cockpit, on the upper ECAM display unit, the Nose WHEEL STEERinG DISConnected message comes into view on the memo zone.

Check on the yellow brake pressure triple indicator that the accumulator pressure pointer is in the green range. It is recommendable to pressurize the yellow hydraulic system during the towing operation. Thus, the braking system will be more efficient and safer.

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Now you have to install the towbar.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE TOWBAR HAS:

- A DAMPING SYSTEM,

- A CALIBRATED SHEAR PIN,

- TWO CALIBRATED TURN SHEAR PINS.

THIS IS TO PREVENT HIGH LOADS WHICH CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO

THE LANDING GEAR. On the nose landing gear, install the towbar on the tow fitting. And connect the towbar to the tractor. Set the lighting system:

In the cockpit set the lighting system:

- set the EXTerior LighT NAVigation and LOGO switch to ON,

- at night, set the INTerior LighT DOME switch to BrighT,

- if the anti-collision lighting is necessary for the local airport regulations or the airline procedures, set the EXTerior LighT BEACON switch to ON. Set the VHF system, in order to communicate with the control tower during towing operations:

- release out the VHF pushbutton switch and select the control tower frequency on the Radio Management Panel (RMP). Activate the interphone system.

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CAUTION: PUT THE PARKING BRAKE CONTROL SWITCH IN THE OFF POSITION BEFORE YOU TOW OR PUSH BACK THE AIRCRAFT. THIS IS TO PREVENT HIGH LOADS CAUSING DAMAGE TO THE NOSE LANDING GEAR. On the yellow brake pressure triple indicator, the brakes pressure pointers go down. For safety reasons a distance of 3 meters must be kept clear around the nose wheels, towbar and tractor when the aircraft moves. Towing speed limitation depends on the position of the passenger/crew and cargo doors. For these speed limitations refer to your Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM). The maximum permitted steering angle on each side of the aircraft center line is 95 degrees. WARNING: DURING TOWING/TAXIING OPERATIONS (LOW SPEED OPERATIONS INCLUDED), EACH PERSON IN THE AIRCRAFT MUST BE IN A SEAT AND THE SEAT BELT MUST BE FASTENED. IF THE SEAT BELT IS NOT FASTENED, THERE IS A RISK OF INJURY IF THE AIRCRAFT STOPS SUDDENLY. Now the aircraft can be towed slowly and smoothly. NOTE: During the towing operations, put one person in the cockpit to operate the brakes if necessary and two persons to monitor the wing tips.

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When you have completed the towing operation, make sure that the nose wheels are aligned with the aircraft centerline. Put the wheel chocks in position in front of and behind the wheels of the nose and main landing gear. Set the parking brake control switch to ON and make sure that the pressure indication on the yellow brake pressure triple indicator is correct. Check that the parking brake light is on in the nose wheel steering deactivation electrical box. Disconnect the towbar from the nose gear fitting. On the nose wheel steering deactivation electrical box, remove the safety pin and set the ground towing control lever to the normal position. In the cockpit the message Nose WHEEL STEERinG DISConnected disappears. On the lighting system, reset the EXTerior LighT NAVigation and LOGO switch to OFF, reset the INTerior LighT DOME and the EXTerior LighT BEACON switch to OFF. Reset the communication system. Depressurize the yellow hydraulic system. Do the EIS stop procedure. And finally de-energize the aircraft electrical circuits.

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TAXIING AND ASSOCIATED SAFETY PRECAUTIONS The movement of the aircraft with its power on the ground is called taxi of the aircraft.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS During taxi of the aircraft, the following safety precautions must be taken into account:

- Minimum turning radii, Engine danger areas: safety precautions must be taken to avoid danger from engine suction and exhaust areas. Access to the engine is only allowed through the entry corridor. Note that the entry corridor must be closed for wind directions greater than 90º. There is no safe access corridor when the engine is running above minimum idle. Noise danger areas: depending on the distance from the running engine and on its power setting, it is necessary to wear ear protection and to respect maximum time exposure.

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GENERAL This module covers the following subjects of the aircraft:

- parking, not more than 2 days,

- storage,

- and mooring of the landing gears.

The module is destined to cover the entire Single Aisle Airbus family, which includes the A318, A319, A320 and A321 airplanes. PARKING (NOT MORE THAN 2 DAYS) In cold weather conditions, do the cold weather procedures This section gives the procedure to park the aircraft in standard weather

conditions but:

- if the aircraft is parked in high wind conditions, a check of the aircraft stability is needed, and moor the aircraft if necessary,

- if the aircraft is parked in cold weather conditions, do the cold weather maintenance procedures.

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PARKING PROCEDURE To park the aircraft follow these tasks:

- If necessary, clean the aircraft.

- Park the aircraft on a flat surface. Make sure that the wheels of the nose landing gear are on the aircraft axis and the aircraft points into the wind.

- Install the safety devices on the landing gears.

- Make sure that the flight control surfaces are retracted.

- Put the wheel chocks in position:

- for the NLG, in front of and behind the wheels,

- for the MLG, in front of and behind wheels.

- Ground the aircraft.

- If necessary refuel the fuel tanks to 30% minimum of their total capacity.

- Drain water from all the fuel tanks.

- Open the cockpit and cabin window shades. Make sure that the sliding windows are closed.

- Installation of the Protection Equipment: Protect all the probes, the engines and the APU with adapted protection equipment.

- On the overhead panel 25VU, on the CABIN PRESS section, push the DITCHING pushbutton switch to close the ventilation skin valves and the outflow valves.

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STORAGE PROCEDURE Certain maintenance tasks must be performed to prepare the aircraft for storage. See AMM. During the storage period, periodic ground checks must be performed. See AMM. Certain tasks must be performed to return the aircraft to operation after the storage. See AMM.

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MOORING OF THE AIRCRAFT The purpose of mooring is to prevent damage to the aircraft on the ground in high wind conditions. For wind speeds less than 50 kts:

- mooring is not necessary if the aircraft configuration is in the limits given in chapter 05-57-00. If the aircraft points into the wind and wind speed is:

- between 50 and 70 Kts, moor the aircraft at the NLG,

- more than 70 Kts, moor the aircraft at the NLG and MLG.

If the aircraft does not point into the wind or the direction of the wind is not stable:

- for wind speeds or gusts more than 50 Kts, moor the aircraft at the NLG and the MLG.

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