A320-200 - PAL - Instant Download

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85 Minutes
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Captain Alan Dix, Chief Pilot of Inter European Airways, invites you to join him and his crew on the flightdeck for an unparralled insight into how this modern airliner is operated and flown on a regular flight across Europe.

  • 86 minute DVD Inter European Airways
  • Birmingham > Zakinthos > Birmingham
  • Enter the world of Fly-By-Wire
  • Captain Alan Dix takes you through the systems and procedures

The programme was filmed using 4 cameras to give you an unparalleled view of take-offs and landings, including external shots, during the round trip from the UK to Greece.

In addition to seeing and hearing all key aspects of the flight and aircraft operation from the aircrew's perspective, this multi camera shoot programme you will see and hear the full briefing for the take-off from Birmingham, along with checklists, ATC clearance, procedures needed in the event of an emergency, together with descent and arrival into Zakinthos.

Alan takes time during the flight to give you details of how the aircraft is operated and flown. Amongst the many systems discussed are: Fly-by-wire, ECAM (Electronic Centralised Aircraft Monitoring), EFIS (Electronic Flight Instruments System), PFD (Primary Flight Display), how to program and understand the FMGS (Flight Management and Guidance System), Meteorology, Weather Maps, Navigation, Electrics, Hydraulics, Fuel Systems, aircraft performance and many more subjects.

Whatever your interest in airliners and aviation, this is a truly educational programme for all to enjoy.

About the Aircrew
Captain Alan Dix was the Chief Pilot of Inter European Airways, flying the Boeing 757 and Airbus A320. He has the unusual distinction of holding the CAA type rating examiner status on four of the most modern glass cockpit civil airliners: Boeing 737-300, Boeing 757, Fokker 100 and Airbus A320. Alan learned to fly with the Royal Air Force, becoming a Q.F.I. He was previously an examiner on BAC 1-11s with Dan Air, and Fokker 100 fleet manager with Air Europe. Alan maintained an early interest in aerobatics and he was National Aerobatics Champion (Intermediate) in 1978 and even took a years sabbatical from the airlines to join the world famous Rothmans Aerobatic Team, flying in the number 3, left wing position.

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Customer Reviews

Another brilliant movie from ITVV, I will buy more of their movies!

Michael Holmes

Just finished watching the DVD.

This is a very nice program indeed.

This is a great introduction to the A320.

I look forward to watching more ITVV DVDs soon.

Richard Freeman

This was my first programme from ITVV.

Brilliant!

Alex

I thought this was a terrific programme.

The A320 is an amazing airplane!

Steven Prentice

Well all I can say this is a brilliant DVD.

I have watched this programme loads of times and don't get bored - I am a big fan!

I would rate this with a 9/10 and found it very educational.

I would like to thank all the staff that made it possible thanks ITVV keep it up!!!!

Jonathan Thompson

Fantastic! I loved this DVD.

Alan is the most laid back (in a good way) pilot I've ever seen. His one-liners were great.

Everything is well explained including the meteorology, which affects the arrival into Birmingham.

Stefan

I really enjoyed watching the programme made by Captain Alan Dix and first officer Graham Adams. I have watched the programme many times learning about the EFIS, ECAM, FMGS and many other things.

Thank You

Stefan D'Cruz

My first buy turned out to be money well spent.

The Airbus is a great plane, and the pilot was really funny.

It's good you use Birmingham rather that Stansted or Heathrow.

I am 13 and want to become a pilot, and I have already learnt how to do some things due to your outstanding DVD's.

Thanks and keep it up

Tom

I just want to say how brilliant I think this programme is.

I'm 14 years old, and I hope to become a pilot, and this programme has definitely helped me to understand what is involved in being an airline pilot.

Capt. Alan Dix explains everything so well, and now it seems like a piece of cake to fly an A320-200 - I have the A320 add-on for my FS2002 and it's great!

I am also getting the A330 and 747-400 programmes shortly, and I can't wait!

Flying the A320 is very easy for me now, thanks to Alan and ITVV.

Keep the great programmes coming ITVV!!!!!

Alex.

Alex Gladysz

Hi All, Well what's there to say!

It is a truly amazing programme.

Just goes to show how much the Airbus Fly-By-Wire concept really helps the pilot.

A truly amazing piece of machinery!

Well-done Alan!

Matt Weddell

I also love this programme; Alan Dix is a great pilot and explains things in a funny mode, fantastic ITVV!!!

Henrique Oliveira

Hi, I saw this programme twice after purchase, carefully understanding each and every sentence Captain Allen Dix makes.

The Presentation is good especially Programming the FMGS and the ECAM Presentation.

The FBW Technology, Engine Display and the MFD are covered with great detail in easy to understand language.

Overall a nice programme and with many interesting things.

Srihari J

Well i just purchased the Airbus A320-200 programme and its great!

Mr. Allan Does another fantastic job!

This one makes video/DVD number 15 and this goes in my top 3!!!!

GREAT JOB!

I recommend it for all aviation enthusiasts!

Adam Sipe

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