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EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
Preparation for the upcoming jumpseat flight
Yuuji Izumo Gilbert Lee Jacklyn Wu
CARE - Charity ...
CARE –
Charity for Aviation Recreation and Education
Collaborated with
Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps
+
Sea Cadets
+
Scout Asso...
CARE –
Charity for Aviation Recreation and Education
We also visited and established a
connection with the UK based
Anglia...
Electronic Flight Information
System
Primary Flight Display (PFD)
&
Navigation Display (ND)
Flight parameters are displayed on
Primary Flight Displays (PFD)
while navigation data is displayed on
Navigation Displays...
PFD1 ND1
ND has several modes
In ARC mode,
• Aircraft Position
• Navaids
• Airfields
• TCAS(Traffic
information)
Other modes includ...
ND has several modes
In ARC mode,
• Aircraft Position
• Navaids
• Airfields
• TCAS(Traffic
information)
Other modes includ...
ND has several modes
In ARC mode,
• Aircraft Position
• Navaids
• Airfields
• TCAS
Other modes include
• ROSE VOR
• ROSE L...
Weather Radar
(WXR)
Aircraft
MCDUs
Multipurpose Control
and Display Units
are the MMI of
FMGS
Flight Management and
Guidance System
Pushback Red
Pushback Blue
Pushback Green
Primary Flight Display
Artificial Horizon
Indicated Air Speed
Altimeter
Vertical Speed Indicator
•Attitude,
•Airspeed,
•Altitude,
•Vertical Speed,
•Heading and Track
Classic
instrument
“T”
configuration
Flight Mode
Annunciator
(FMA)
Announce FMA
“MAN FLEX 55,
SRS, RUNWAY,
AUTO THRUST
BLUE”
In the middle of the glare shield, there is a Flight Control
Unit
The FCU is one of the interface units between the pilots...
The selectors, with associated indication, are
provided for:
• Speed,
• Heading,
• Altitude.
You will see how these select...
Radio Altimeter
(RA)
• Activated below
2500 feet above
ground
The fixed black and yellow
symbols represents the
aircraft
Read attitude information:
• Imagine looking the aircraft
from ...
The Sky Pointer
Moves to show angle of
bank
Always points to the sky
Sky Pointer
Indicates side slip
Replaces the balance
indicator(the ball)
Side Slip
Index
30 degrees
20 degrees
10 degrees
The fixed black and yellow
symbols represents the
aircraft
The fixed black and yellow
symbols represents the
aircraft
The gray compass scale
moves against a fixed
yellow line which
represents the centerline of
the aircraft
In the example sh...
TRACK DIAMOND
Small green diamond
represents the aircraft track
In the example shown the
track is 094 degrees which
means ...
The main part of the
display is dedicated to the
Altimeter. To the far right
is the Vertical Speed
display
Altimeter Verti...
STD
FL 70
In the final stage of
an approach the
ground reference
ribbon will reappear
along with a landing
elevation line
...
The Speed scale moves behind a fixed yellow reference
line and triangle. In the example shown the indicated
airspeed is st...
When the aircraft is
accelerating, or
decelerating a
Speed Trend Arrow
appears
This arrow shows
the value that will be
att...
However, if Auto
Thrust is engaged,
you won’t need to
move the thrust lever
to control the speed
In the assessment
Auto Th...
Localiser indicator
indicates the aircraft’s
horizontal position
relative to the
centreline of the
runway
Glideslope indic...
160
180
200
220
=
S
140
160
180
200
220
=
F
140
As soon as the flap lever
is in position 2 , S Speed is
removed
F Speed, a...
160
180
200
220
=
F
140
Notice that the approach speed
target, V Approach, has now
appeared as a magenta triangle
The airc...
160
180
200
220
=
F
140
140
160
180
200
=
F
120
As before VFE
Next and VFE move
to reflect the new
flap position
Flap full...
140
160
180
200
=
F
120
100
120
140
160
The aircraft
will eventually
stabilise at
Approach
speed
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EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330
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EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330

  1. 1. EFIS on Airbus A320 / A330 Preparation for the upcoming jumpseat flight Yuuji Izumo Gilbert Lee Jacklyn Wu CARE - Charity for Aviation - Recreation and Education
  2. 2. CARE – Charity for Aviation Recreation and Education Collaborated with Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps + Sea Cadets + Scout Association of Hong Kong to provide different aviation knowledge courses since 2009
  3. 3. CARE – Charity for Aviation Recreation and Education We also visited and established a connection with the UK based Anglian Flight Centres in 2015 Outstanding students who completed the 60-week-course at CARE will be recommended to Anglian Flight Centres for participating self-funded private pilot programme
  4. 4. Electronic Flight Information System
  5. 5. Primary Flight Display (PFD) & Navigation Display (ND)
  6. 6. Flight parameters are displayed on Primary Flight Displays (PFD) while navigation data is displayed on Navigation Displays(ND) PFD1 PFD2ND1 ND2
  7. 7. PFD1 ND1
  8. 8. ND has several modes In ARC mode, • Aircraft Position • Navaids • Airfields • TCAS(Traffic information) Other modes include • ROSE VOR • ROSE LS • PLAN
  9. 9. ND has several modes In ARC mode, • Aircraft Position • Navaids • Airfields • TCAS(Traffic information) Other modes include • ROSE VOR • ROSE LS • PLAN
  10. 10. ND has several modes In ARC mode, • Aircraft Position • Navaids • Airfields • TCAS Other modes include • ROSE VOR • ROSE LS • PLAN Planned Route Aircraft
  11. 11. Weather Radar (WXR) Aircraft
  12. 12. MCDUs Multipurpose Control and Display Units are the MMI of FMGS Flight Management and Guidance System
  13. 13. Pushback Red
  14. 14. Pushback Blue
  15. 15. Pushback Green
  16. 16. Primary Flight Display
  17. 17. Artificial Horizon
  18. 18. Indicated Air Speed
  19. 19. Altimeter
  20. 20. Vertical Speed Indicator
  21. 21. •Attitude, •Airspeed, •Altitude, •Vertical Speed, •Heading and Track
  22. 22. Classic instrument “T” configuration
  23. 23. Flight Mode Annunciator (FMA)
  24. 24. Announce FMA “MAN FLEX 55, SRS, RUNWAY, AUTO THRUST BLUE”
  25. 25. In the middle of the glare shield, there is a Flight Control Unit The FCU is one of the interface units between the pilots and the Autoflight system There are selectors on the FCU which will affect the indications seen on the PFD and ND
  26. 26. The selectors, with associated indication, are provided for: • Speed, • Heading, • Altitude. You will see how these selectors affect the EFIS displays in the modules that follow. SPEED HEADING ALTITUDE
  27. 27. Radio Altimeter (RA) • Activated below 2500 feet above ground
  28. 28. The fixed black and yellow symbols represents the aircraft Read attitude information: • Imagine looking the aircraft from the back • Sky is BLUE • Ground is BROWN
  29. 29. The Sky Pointer Moves to show angle of bank Always points to the sky Sky Pointer
  30. 30. Indicates side slip Replaces the balance indicator(the ball) Side Slip Index
  31. 31. 30 degrees 20 degrees 10 degrees
  32. 32. The fixed black and yellow symbols represents the aircraft The fixed black and yellow symbols represents the aircraft
  33. 33. The gray compass scale moves against a fixed yellow line which represents the centerline of the aircraft In the example shown the aircraft is heading 091 degrees HEADING 091
  34. 34. TRACK DIAMOND Small green diamond represents the aircraft track In the example shown the track is 094 degrees which means that the aircraft has 3 degrees of drift to the right TRACK 094
  35. 35. The main part of the display is dedicated to the Altimeter. To the far right is the Vertical Speed display Altimeter Vertical Speed
  36. 36. STD FL 70 In the final stage of an approach the ground reference ribbon will reappear along with a landing elevation line 30.08 QNH Ground Reference Ribbon Landing Elevation Line
  37. 37. The Speed scale moves behind a fixed yellow reference line and triangle. In the example shown the indicated airspeed is steady at 250 knots
  38. 38. When the aircraft is accelerating, or decelerating a Speed Trend Arrow appears This arrow shows the value that will be attained in 10 seconds if the ac(de) celeration remains constant Speed Trend Arrow
  39. 39. However, if Auto Thrust is engaged, you won’t need to move the thrust lever to control the speed In the assessment Auto Thrust is engaged for you.
  40. 40. Localiser indicator indicates the aircraft’s horizontal position relative to the centreline of the runway Glideslope indicator indicates the aircraft’s vertical position relative to a 3 degrees profile to the runway
  41. 41. 160 180 200 220 = S 140 160 180 200 220 = F 140 As soon as the flap lever is in position 2 , S Speed is removed F Speed, and a new VFE Next indications will appear. The Flap limit speed will move to a new limit VFE Next Flap Limit speed, VFE F speed
  42. 42. 160 180 200 220 = F 140 Notice that the approach speed target, V Approach, has now appeared as a magenta triangle The aircraft will continue decelerating towards F speed By reducing towards F speed the aircraft will be below the VFE for the next flap setting Flap 3 can now be set VFE Next Flap Limit speed, VFE V Approach Speed
  43. 43. 160 180 200 220 = F 140 140 160 180 200 = F 120 As before VFE Next and VFE move to reflect the new flap position Flap full can now be selected VFE Next Flap Limit speed, VFE
  44. 44. 140 160 180 200 = F 120 100 120 140 160 The aircraft will eventually stabilise at Approach speed
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