Reasonable numbers on landing report page

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Thomas Karsten
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Reasonable numbers on landing report page

Post by Thomas Karsten »

Hi,

After a go-around in the FlyByWire A320, the numbers in the landing report looked pretty odd (see attachment). I believe seeing the landing report after a go-around makes sense if one wishes to analyze the details of the go-around. But maybe you can consider checking the numbers for reasonable values and draw a conclusion from that information about which messages to display.

Thanks,
Thomas
Thomas Karsten
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Re: Reasonable numbers on landing report page

Post by Thomas Karsten »

I just noticed that I am unable to upload my screenshot ("Sorry, the board attachment quota has been reached."). So let me put this in text then:

Touchdown analysis
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Landing Distance: -12891635m "Very Good!"
Deviation from centerline: 6131451.0m RIGHT "Unsafe landing"
Touchdown ROD: -8 ft/min "Kiss Landing!"
jpgarraio
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Re: Reasonable numbers on landing report page

Post by jpgarraio »

Hi,

Yep, looks strange.
Maybe because of the GA as you said, I need to check that and RESET the landing report data in case of GA.

Can you confirm that if you land on first approach, figures are normal?

Cheers,

J-P
Jean-Pierre Garraio
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