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Presented by:

Capt. Michel LANDRIN


Head of Flight Crew Training
AIRBUS TOULOUSE

A350 XWB training for the future


Next Generation of Aviation Professionals Symposium
Montreal, 1-4 March 2010

Contents

Defining New Technology

Cockpit

Mission

Training

Conclusion

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Contents

Defining New Technology

Cockpit

Mission

Training

Conclusion

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Development schedule Training Input from start

Family
Target
Milestones

2007
Design
Freeze

2008

Detailed
Definition
Freeze

Programme
Launch

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2010

2011
Final
assembly
start

Manufacturing & Assembly


3 years
Design

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2009

2012
First
flight

2013

2014

EIS -900

EIS -800

2015
EIS -1000

Flight Tests
15 months

Development to maturity

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Ramp-up

A350 XWB Introduction of new technologies

Structure:

 Intelligent Airframe
 Composites

 Finest

Wing:

Engines:

Systems:

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aerodynamics
 Efficient High Lift devices
 Differential Flap settings variable
camber
 Latest

engine technology
 Lowest fuel burn & emissions

 Simple

& mature
 Large scale integration

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Systems
Hydraulics

Flight Controls
Electrical back-up

Only 2 circuits, 5000 psi

Fuel Systems

Landing Gear
Only 3 tanks, less pumps/valve

Robust and simple design

Electrical System
Variable frequency generator

IMA
Ethernet technology

Air Systems

Cockpit
Simpler architecture

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Commonality + innovations

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Mission

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Airbus cockpit family story


Innovation

Commonality
y
A350
Fly-By-Wire
Fly
By Wire
Side-stick
Non back driven
Thrust Levers
EFIS

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FMS
Dark
cockpit

A320
A330
A340

A380
Interactivity
O b
Onboard
d Information
I f
ti
System
S t

Large displays
flexibility
y

Airport Navigation

Extended
interactivity

Vertical Display

Class 2 EFB
Integrated Radio Management flexibility
Panel
Electronic normal C/L & notsensed procedures

A310

Vid
Video
1983
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1988

2007

2013
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. Cockpit evolution

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Flight Deck organization


Cockpit functions are distributed in the cockpit
while respecting
p
g the basic crews tasks:

Navigate

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Communicate

Ma
anage
Mis
ssion

Fly

Manage
g systems
y

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FLY Flight interfaces


Commonality in flight
steering
Side-stick
Rudder pedals
Non back
back-driven
driven thrust
levers

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FLY Flight interfaces


Commonality in flight
steering
Side-stick
Rudder pedals
Non back
back-driven
driven thrust
levers

Commonalityy in config.
g
management
Flaps and Speedbrakes
levers
Landing Gear and
Braking controls

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NAVIGATE Pilots interfaces


Navigation Display
Up to now:
Navigation Display

From A380:
Enhanced EFIS control
panel
Vertical Display

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NAVIGATE Pilots interfaces


FMS pages
- INIT page
- Active FPLN
- Position/Navaids
-

Surveillance

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COMMUNICATE Voice Com pilots interfaces


Voice Com
RMP

From A380:
Integrated Radio
Management Panel

ACP

MCDU
((Satcom
pages, Data
Link Status
pages)

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COMMUNICATE Data Link pilots interfaces


2 DCDUs

ATC Datalink
From A380

MCDU

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Shared central Mail


Box
ATC COM page on
MFD

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MANAGE SYSTEMS Pilots interfaces

Overhead Panel
Commonality:
same layout and
procedural flows

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MANAGE SYSTEMS: NORMAL CHECK LISTS

Normal Checklists
New Check List page on MFD
KCCU shortcut & interactivity

C/L
MENU

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MANAGE SYSTEMS: ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

Abnormal procedures
Sensed and not-sensed alarms
on ECAM Warning Display
New deferred procedures
management
Improved Conditions
management
Improved interactivity and ECP
Scroll wheels
Yes/No selection, overflow
g
management,

Memo and Limitations


Full list on Warning Displays
Subset below PFD

System Display
System synoptic and Status
Cockpit door, Cabin, ETACS
video
SD pages rotary selector

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MANAGE SYSTEMS: SUPP. PROCEDURES

Supplementary Procedures
Available on OIS in Flight Ops
Manual Consultation
application
Sharing Supp Proc between
Crew Members by displaying
OIS on Centre
KCCU and OIS Keyboard
interactivity

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2
1 3

FMGS PIL
LOTS GUIDE

Illustration : A380 supplementary procedure

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Contents

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Cockpit

Mission

Training

Conclusion

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Flight Deck organization

Fly
Navigate

Manage
g Mission

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Manage
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MANAGE MISSION

Onboard Information System


IImproves access to
t pilots'
il t ' operational
ti
l information
i f
ti
and
d simplifies
i lifi
some of their tasks
Reduces the quantity of paper documents in the cockpit and
replaces
l
th
them
with
ith electronic
l t i ones:
- improving information access and search
- enabling quicker and easier updates
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MANAGE MISSION Flight Ops applications

Examples of applications

Modular and scalable offer


according to Airline policy:

e-DOC
9FCOM
9FCTM
9CCOM

Airbus offer (multi-programme)


Hosting capability for third party
applications
AI380

HYD GREEN RSVR OVHT

HOME
AI0462

OIS MENU
.

9MMEL
9AFM / CDL

UPDATE

PRINT

ZOOM

INDEX

HYD GREEN RSVR OVHT

HYD GREEN RSVR OVHT

New Airport

CONDITIONS

- FCOM

Modify Runway

GREENENG
ENG11PUMP
PUMPA...OFF
A..OFF
GREEN
RWY : 32R
TOULOUSE TLS / LFBO
GREEN ENG
ENG 11 PUMP
PUMP B......OFF
- PROCEDURES
H10
Wind (/kt) :GREEN
CWC 10 B......OFF
GREEN
ENG
2
PUMP
A......OFF
Elev (ft) : 499
Slope : 0.00
ENG 2 PUMP A......OFF
+ NORMAL PROCEDURE
OAT (C) :GREEN
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GREEN ENG
ENG 22 PUMP
PUMP B......OFF
B......OFF
RWT Length (m) : 3000
Clearway (m): 100
Stopway (m): 0
GREEN
1013
QNH (HPa) :
LineUp (deg) : 90
TO Shift (m): 0
Obstacle : 1
- ABN PROCEDURES
WaterGEAR
12 extended
Runway condition : If LDG
"Climb
on
325
deg.
At
1500
turn
right
to
TOE
HP.
HYD GREEN RSVR MAX SPEED.....200
KT
Off
Anti Ice :
Maintain V2 TKOF flaps to 1500.
Speed with L/G down is limited to 200 KT to avoid vibrations transmitted
+ PERFORMANCE
through the cabin floor.
500.0
TOW (kg) :
RESULTS
+ AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
40 GEAR retracted
TO CG : If LDG
S
S

+ MEL

DEFFERED
PROC
Act. TOW
RWY
32R
3

500.0

MTOW

Performance
9Takeoff
9In-Flight

9Landing
9W & B

550.0
550
0

CONF : APPROACH
1+F (STD)
145 KT
150
STOP MARGIN
V1
OVHT
DISAPPEARS.......
TOGA CONFIRM
Air Conditioning : IF On
(STD)
GREEN ENG 1 PUMP
A....ON
150 KT
VR
TOGA (STD)
Thrust option :
GREEN ENG 1 PUMP B........ON
155 KT
GREEN ENG 2 PUMPV2A........ON
INOP ITEMS / CDL ITEMS
GREEN ENG 2 PUMP B....ON
FLAPS 1+F
THS
T.O SHIFT
LANDING
MEL items
CDL items
IF HYD SYS NOT RECOVEREDCONFIRM
THR RED 3000 FT
ENG OUT ACC 2800 FT
LDG GRVTY EXTN..................DOWN
OPS
ACC RED 4365 FT
MISSION
MORE
A380 CUSTOMER FOCUS GROUP
Airbus - May 2003
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Mission
9e-Flight Folder
9e Charts (*)
9e-Charts

9e-logbook
9AOC (*)
()

For illustration only

(*): not included in standard Airbus offer


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Displays Configuration

Outer
CAPT

Inner
CAPT

Upper
CENTER

Inner
F/O

Outer
F/O

Lower CENTER
CDS = 6 identical Large Display Units (DU) 15,4W (wide) 16:10
Flexible reconfigurations
Enhanced Dispatch capabilities

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Management of Available Information.

OIS
OIS

OIS

F/O
CAPT

F/O

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Airbus Aircraft continuous improvement

Toulouse, 22nd February 1987

Today's customized Airbus


HUD (Head up display)
FLS (FMS Landing System)
RNP-AR (RNP Authorization Required)
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LVO CAT IIIB No DH


BTV (Brake to Vacate)
ROW/ROP (R/W Over-run
Protection)
O
P t ti )
OIS (On-board Info. Systems)
ETOPS/LR OPS
MNPS and RVSM
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Contents

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Cockpit

Mission

Training

Conclusion

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A350 XWB Building on the A380

A380

A350 XWB

Cockpit is a further refinement of the A380


Therefore:

Training experience from the A380 is fully


applicable
A350 XWB commonality and innovation
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Training Headlines

Human Factors, HF
Crew rest tested!

ITQI
IATA Training and Qualification Initiative

Handling
Autopilot availability

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Training Questions
Understand aircraft more than know the aircraft
System
S t
ttest:
t Closed
Cl
d book
b k or open book?
b k?
Teach methodology not failures as such
Highlight memory items
Re-focus on basic handling
Where and when do we train to manage the mission?

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A350 XWB Flight Crew Training Objectives


Training to achieve a Competence
Take benefit of A380 experience
Take benefit of Customers feedback
Consider distance learning
Consider appropriate Training Aids and Training Media
Training days on-site/ off-site
Training Solutions for Training Centers and Airlines

Enhance synergies between Flight Ops


g Media
documentations and Training

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Training Courses
Design Philosophy
Training Courses
D fi iti
Definition

Design rules
& Outputts

A350 XWB Training Need Analysis Methodology

Task List
Inventory

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Output of the database, in accordance


with Airbus Course design philosophy
When to train each task in the training
phases
Determine the most suitable training aids
to be used for each task How to train

Dattabase
gatthering

Training Media
A l i
Analysis
Training Needs
Analysis

Define the rules for the design of courses

Determine the training gap What


should be trained for Who
Analyze the overall job and not only the
ttraining
a
g part
pa t St
Structured
uctu ed a
architecture
c tectu e

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A350 XWB Flight Crew Training Footprint

Operational Training (OPTIONS)

Licensing Training (BASIC)

Course Footprint
Ground Phase (GP)
Knowledge

Procedure

GP

Handling Phase
Skill

ST BT

Handling Phase

Ops

LC

IOE

Training Aids
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TM

FP-FTD

FFS

2D tool

3D tools

Off-site

Training Center

Ops:
LVO, ETOPS, FANS, RNP, MEL, E-logbook, cold WX,
Security, MNPS/Polar
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A C
C B
T

FFS

Aircraft (AC)

Airline

FP-FTD Flat Panel FTD


TM Training Media ( as FMS trainer)

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Mission

Training

Conclusion

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CONCLUSION
Technology of the A350 will not be the main driver in the
new training concept
Feedback and experience from the A380 will be used to
improve existing training concept
Availability of new technology in the training media is an
important element
Industry efforts on training will be implemented
Customers and authorities will be part of the whole
conception process

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Thank you

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