iOS Universal Education
Designed for both the iPad, and iPhone, by professional pilots, instructors and check airman flying the A320 series airliner. The app is a "lights and switches" study tool.
Try out the full functionality of the app for one day before you commit to purchase.
600+ systems questions + limitations
Flows: Study, review, test, and record flows
Information about 300+ buttons and switches only a tap away.
Configurable panels, and displays.
After version 1.20 you can study flows. Flows appear over the cockpit image. There is a review and also a test mode for flows. You can record your airline's flow and send it to us so we can make it available on our server to other users.
Lights & Switches, Limitations:
You can test your knowledge on FAULT lights, or filter your questions by any system or panel. Best of all, focus your study on a reduced set of questions most likely to appear during an oral checkride. A standard limitation question database is also included with over 100 cards. You can edit the standard set so it fits your airline’s configuration.
Quick Information about each button and switch:
With a touch of a finger access detailed system information about 300+ switches, pushbuttons, and lights. The cockpit image is based on the latest cockpit configurations, LED displays, with current graphics for system display and the E/WD display. It can be further configured to show the following:
• CFM, IAE, or NEO engine (E/WD and ENG panel)
• Two types of TCAS panels
• Old and new style ADIRS panels
• Three different types of radar panels (including the latest Honeywell RDR-4000 V2)
• All system and navigation pages are also included.
Note: This app is not associated with the aircraft manufacturer or with any of its subsidiaries in any way. Limitation data, flow data, and other user submitted files are only updated as users provide us with new ones. It is simply not possible to keep up with the ongoing changes to these files for each operator, and we make no such promise.
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