AIRBUS 320 (CBT)

A320 CBT - EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHING

A320 CBT - DOORS

This course introduces the components, operation, controls and indications of the different doors and emergency equipment and doors of the A320 aircraft. This program includes the normal and abnormal operations of the passenger doors, cargo doors, avionics compartment access door, emergency exit systems; and the controls and indications of the aircraft. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - OXYGEN

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the cockpit, cabin and portable oxygen systems and the personal breathing equipment; and the controls and indications of normal and abnormal flight indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - ICE AND RAIN

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the aircraft anti-icing and rain removal systems to include the engine anti-icing system, wing anti-icing systems window heat systems, probe heat systems and rain removal system; and the controls and indications of normal and abnormal flight indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - FUEL

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; The components, location, operation of the aircraft fuel system storage and feed systems to include, the normal fuel storage sites, fuel feed components to include the tank, inter-tank and crossfeed valves, APU fuel feed system, low pressure and suction feed, fuel recirculation system; and the controls and indications of normal and abnormal flight indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - FIRE PROTECTION

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the aircraft fire detection and protections systems to include the engine fire detection/extinguishing systems, APU fire detection/extinguishing systems, the cargo compartment fire/smoke detection and protections systems, the avionics compartment smoke detection systems, and the lavatory smoke detections systems; and the controls and indications of normal and abnormal flight indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - AUTO FLIGHT

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the aircraft autoflight systems to include the Flight Management Guidance Computer, databases, Flight Augmentation Computer; and the controls and indications of normal and abnormal flight indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - PRESSURIZATION

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the aircraft pressurization for the cabin and cargo compartments, to include the controls and indications of normal and abnormal operations of the systems. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - VENTILATION

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the aircraft ventilation for the aircraft electronics and avionics, the controls and indications of normal and abnormal operations of the systems. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

A320 CBT - CARGO VENTILATION AND HEATING

This program includes the following information on the A320 aircraft; the components, location, operation of the cargo compartment ventilation and heating systems, the controls and indications of normal and abnormal operations of the systems. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.