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QuickLinks For A320 CQT:
Technical Ground School Study Guide Questions and Answers
RC-5 Effective 31 AUG 2014 thru 29 NOV 2014:
Systems and Procedures Validation Questions and Answers (updated 8/07/14)
Simulator Callouts and Briefing Guide (updated 5/10/14)
Captain AB 320 Flows Guide (RC-3)
F/O AB 320 Flows Guide (RC-3)
A320 CQT Maneuvers
They're back! ... the infamous Eric Parks Airbus Training Notes (updated 6/12/14)
URGENT: PLEASE SEND A320 AND A330 CQT SIM INTEL ASAP!
I really need your input on the SPOTS, LOFT, and non-normal events that occurred during your ride so I can update the triggers and scenario events. Please send me a summary of your SPOT and LOFT experiences in the simulator to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The training focus of this site is for the Airbus A319/320/321 series aircraft, and a section for the A330 has recently been added. I have included the Systems and Procedures Validation Question and Answer Study Guide, TGS Study Guide, Simulator Callouts and Approach Briefing Guide, Type Rating Oral Guide, and CQT Scenarios. There are also several study aids such as the By Pilots For Pilots A320 study software, Flight Operations Journals, a Lights and Switches Guide, FMA Guide, various system schematics, and the Eric Park's Airbus Training Notes available for download.
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Un-Official Airbus A320 Simulator and Checkride Procedures Manual
Captain Mike Ray has written about flying the Airbus 320 ... this manual, while intended specifically for the professional airline pilot, would make a terrific addition to any serious flight simmers library. It is a huge document with 400 pages of lavish full color diagrams and descriptions and accompanied by textual explanations written so that even the most unfamiliar person can become an Airbus A320 expert.
The book is titled "The Unofficial Airbus 320 Simulator Manual" and is in keeping with the other manuals Captain Mike has written. Written with the watchful guidance of an FAA A320 Check Captain at a major airline ... when completed, he remarked, 'It is a work of art!" And it is a beautiful four color offset book that is pleasing aesthetically as well as choked full of definitive technical information.
The 6 X 8 1/2 inch size is complemented by the unique lay-flat wire-o binding. Covered with a laminated wrap around cover it is intended for constant use around the computer workplace. the paper was carefully chosen to allow marking and pen notations to be made. The hefty volume will be a constant companion for those simmers who want to master the operation of the Airbus 320 family of airplanes.
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