AIRBUS A340 Maintenance (Theoretical & Practical)

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56) To A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700 ) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56) To A330 (PW 4000) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.
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Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56) To A330 (GE CF6 ) Differences T1/B1+T2/B

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56-5C) T1/B1+T2/B2

Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:

·         Recall the normal function of these systems as applicable; electrical, fuel, auxiliary power unit, power plant, hydraulic power, landing gear, flight controls, pneumatic power, air conditioning, fire protection, oxygen, water and waste, equipment and furnishings, lights, doors, windows, indicating, recording, communication, navigation and auto flight.