Flashcards in Chapter 4 - Automatic Flight Deck (15):
The AFDS consists of:
3 FCC's and the MCP.
Rudder and nosewheel steering through the AP is applied during:
FD's are OFF and G/A button is pushed. FD's will only appear if:
The flaps are extended.
When the A/T is reducing thrust to idle, the thrust mode is:
The G/A thrust mode results in:
thrust giving at least 2000fpm.
When pressing HDG HOLD, the AP rolls out on ?
The heading after wing-level.
The TO pitch mode results in:
Pitch to maintain V2+15-25.
GA thrust mode is armed when:
GS is captured or flaps are extended.
When pressing GA, the commanded speed is:
MCP airspeed or current airspeed, whichever higher.
The normal lateral mode during T/O is:
TO (ground track).
The commanded airspeed in TO pitch mode following an engine failure is:
V2 or lift-of speed, whichever higher.
Is the ALIGN mode announced ? At which altitude does it occur ?
At 500ft. A light slip can be initiated.
At 100ft RA during a LAND 2 autoland:
Pitch up trim is added.
The WS recovery guidance is armed when ... and commands....
GA is armed, 15deg pitch up or just below PLI.