A320 MMEL PDF

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M O May be inoperative provided: a Valve is secured closed, b Air conditioning inlet valve is verified open before each flight, c Both packs are operative, and d AEVC test is performed before each flight. M O May be inoperative provided: a Valve is secured closed, b Air conditioning inlet valve is secured open, c Both packs are operative, and d AEVC test is performed before each flight. O May be inoperative provided : a Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, and b Extended overwater flight is prohibited.

M May be inoperative provided both auto cabin pressure control systems are verified to operate normally before each flight. O May be inoperative provided: a Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, b Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and c Avionics equipment ventilation system operates normally.

M May be inoperative closed provided: a Both automatic cabin pressure control systems operate normally, and b The three outflow valve motors operate normally. M O May be inoperative provided the hot air pressure regulating valve is secured closed.

M O Associated hot air pressure regulating valve and trim air valve may be inoperative provided one of these valves is secured closed. M Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided: a Valve is secured closed, and b Associated air conditioning pack is considered inoperative. M O Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided: a Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, b Avionics equipment ventilation system operates normally, c Outside air temperature OAT is less than 38 degrees C, and d Both packs are switched OFF and both flow control valves are secured closed.

Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided associated air conditioning pack is considered inoperative. O Except for ER operations, may be inoperative provided: a Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, b Avionics equipment ventilation system operates normally, and c Outside air temperature OAT is less than 38 degrees.

NOTE: Proviso d does not apply if pack valve has been secured closed as per item Packs Contd 2 A without Mod. Packs Contd 3 A with Mod. Packs Contd 4 A with Mod. NOTE: Proviso c does not apply if pack valve has been secured closed as per item Packs Contd 5 A with Mod. Packs Contd 7 A with Mod. Packs Contd 8 A with Mod.

Packs Contd 9 A with Mod. O One pack may be operated on heat exchanger cooling only provided: a Affected packs compressor outlet temperature indication is available on ECAM BLEED page, b TAT indication is available, c Corresponding pack controller operates normally, d Affected pack is not used until airborne, e TAT is at or below 12 degrees C, and f Avionics equipment ventilation system operates normally.

M May be inoperative in the open position provided backlash is verified within limits. O May be inoperative in the closed position provided the associated pack s is are not used. O Except for ER operations and extended overwater flight, may be inoperative in the open position for unpressurized flight. M May be inoperative provided Ram Air Inlet system is verified to operate normally. NOTE: If the primary channel is failed, pack flow is fixed at the value reached at the time of failure. If primary and secondary channels are failed, the pack outlet temperature is controlled by the anti-ice valve to a nominal value of 15 degrees C.

May be inoperative provided the minimum idle on ground function is considered inoperative. M May be inoperative provided: a Hot air pressure regulating valve is secured closed, and b The minimum idle on ground function is considered inoperative. M O May be inoperative provided: a Affected valve s is secured closed, and b Both pack controllers operate normally. May be inoperative provided the hot air pressure regulating valve is considered inoperative. M May be inoperative provided valve is secured closed.

May be inoperative provided: a Approach minimums do not require their use, b Enroute operations do not require their use, and c Number of flight segments and segment duration is acceptable to flight crew. O May be inoperative provided: a Approach minimums do not require their use, and b Alternate takeoff procedures are established and used.

O One may be inoperative provided: a Autopilots are not utilized at less than initial approach altitude, b Priority function is verified to operate normally before each departure, and c Approach minimums do not require the use of autopilot s. O May be inoperative provided: a Autopilots are not engaged, b Enroute operations do not require their use, c Priority function verified to operate normally before each departure, d Approach minimums do not require the use of autopilots, and e Number of flight segments and segment duration is acceptable to flight crew.

May be inoperative unlocked provided: a Autopilot Disconnect Warning operates normally, and b Autoland is not used. NOTE: If one of the locking solenoids is inoperative in the unlocked position, the affected side stick or pedals will move freely and the hard point will not be felt any longer by the pilots.

This may result in an unintentional AP disconnection. M May be inoperative provided: a All thrust lever sensors are verified to operate normally, and b Approach minimums do not require its use. NOTE: Alpha floor is not available with autothrust function inoperative. O May be inoperative provided: a Autothrust is disconnected and is considered inoperative, and b Approach minimums do not require its use. NOTE: Alpha floor is not available.

M May be inoperative provided: a System 1 is deactivated, b System 2 is operative, and c Approach minimums do not require its use. M May be inoperative provided: a System 2 is deactivated in the case of actuator leakage, b System 1 is operative, and c Approach minimums do not require its use.

O May be inoperative provided alternate procedures are established and used. NOTE: Operators alternate procedures should include reviewing windshear avoidance and windshear recovery procedures.

O May be inoperative provided: a Alternate procedures are established and used, and b Windshear Detection and Avoidance System Predictive operates normally. May be inoperative provided: a Route of flight does not require its use, and b Both hPa indications are available on EFIS control panel. May be inoperative provided: a Route of flight does not require its use, and b Both Hg indications are available on EFIS control panel.

One may be inoperative provided the ND unit associated with the operative ND range selector is operative. O Indications may be inoperative on both FMAs provided: a Autothrust is disconnected and considered inoperative, and b Approach minimums do not require their use. O One or more may be inoperative on one FMA provided approach minimums do not require their use.

O One or more may be inoperative on both FMAs provided approach minimums do not require use. Any in excess of those required by 14 CFR may be inoperative provided it is not powered by an Essential Bus and not required for emergency procedures. May be inoperative provided operation or procedures do not require its use. NOTE: Any station function s that operate normally may be used.

O May be inoperative provided: a PA System is operative, b Affected light is not used for Lavatory Smoke Detector Alerting, and c Alternate procedures for contacting flight attendants are established and used. NOTE 2: Any visual alerting system function s that operate s normally may be used. O May be inoperative provided: a PA system operates normally, b Affected Chime is not used for Lavatory Smoke Detector Alerting, and c Alternate procedures for contacting flight attendants are established and used.

NOTE 2: Any audio alerting system function s that operate s normally may be used. O May be inoperative provided: a Flight deck to cabin and cabin to flight deck interphone functions operate normally on at least fifty percent of the cabin handsets, and b Alternate communications procedures between the affected Flight Attendants station s are established and used. O May be inoperative provided alternate communications procedures between the affected flight attendants stations are established and used.

O May be inoperative provided: a Cabin to cabin interphone functions operate normally on at least fifty percent of the cabin handsets, and b Alternate communications procedures between the affected Flight Attendants station s are established and used.

O May be inoperative provided: a Flight Deck to cabin communication operates normally, and b Alternate procedures are established and used. O May be inoperative provided: a Fifty percent of cabin handsets operate normally, b Operative handset s is located at an operative flight attendant seat, and c Alternate procedures between the affected Flight Attendants station s are established and used. NOTE 1: Any operative handset at an inoperative flight attendant seat shall not be counted to satisfy the fifty percent requirement NOTE 2: Any handset s function s that operate normally may be used.

See Primary Observer Seat For relief. NOTE: The flight deck buzzer must always be operative. May be inoperative provided: a Associated hand microphone is installed and operates normally, b Flight Data Recorder FDR operates normally, and c Repairs are made within three flight days.

May be inoperative provided: a CVR is considered inoperative, and b Repairs are made within three flight days. O May be inoperative provided: a Alternate procedures are established and used, and b Repairs are made within three flight days. O May be inoperative provided: a A flight deck door viewing port is installed and operates normally, and b Alternate procedures are established and used.

May be inoperative provided the aircraft aft of the flight deck door is occupied only by those personnel authorized by 14 CFR. O May be inoperative provided: a An electronic flight deck door visual surveillance system is installed and operates normally, and b Alternate procedures are established and used.

M One may be inoperative. NOTE 3: Class E cargo compartments require only the installation of smoke or fire detection systems not suppression. M May be inoperative provided: a No two consecutive or adjacent DEUs are verified to be inoperative, and b Lavatory speaker is verified to operate normally, or return to seat sign is verified to operate normally for an associated inoperative DEU.

NOTE 1: These provisos are not intended to prohibit lavatory use or inspections by crewmembers. M O May be inoperative provided: a One forward and one Aft cabin attendant stations are verified to operates normally, and b Alternate procedures are established and used. O May be inoperative at a required cabin attendant station provided: a Corresponding area call panel operates normally, b Passenger address and cabin interphone at affected station operate normally, and c Alternate procedures are established and used.

O May be inoperative provided: a Corresponding Attendant Indication Panel operates normally, b Passenger address and cabin interphone at affected station operate normally, and c Alternate procedures are established and used.

Moved to item 4 for aircraft without Mod. M O May be inoperative provided: a Associated FAP functions are considered inoperative, and b Alternate procedures are established and used. O May be inoperative provided lighting is sufficient for cabin attendants to perform their duties. Moved to item 2 for aircraft without Mod. M O May be inoperative provided: a Associated PTP functions are considered inoperative, and b Alternate procedures are established and used.

M May be inoperative provided emergency lights are verified to operate normally prior to each departure. O May be inoperative provided the slide bottle pressure is verified prior to each departure. M May be inoperative provided associated slide bottle pressure is verified before the first flight of each day. O May be inoperative provided the associated slide bottle pressure is verified prior to each departure. M May be inoperative provided associated camera s is deactivated.

M O Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided: a APU generator operates normally and is used throughout the flight, b Operator ensures that the APU oil quantity is adequate for the intended flight, c All busses can be powered, d All indications and warnings associated with the remaining engine and APU driven generator channels are verified to operate normally e Galley automatic shedding is verified to operate normally, f Aircraft remains at or below FL, g Approach minimums do not require its use, and h When the Engine Driven Generator Channel 1 is inoperative, the AC ESS FEED manual transfer must be checked to operate normally.

M O Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided: a APU generator operates normally and is used throughout the flight, b Operator ensures that the APU oil quantity is adequate for the intended flight, c All busses can be powered, d All indications and warnings associated with the remaining engine and APU driven generator channels are verified to operate normally, e Galley automatic shedding is verified to operate normally, f Aircraft remains at or below FL, and g Approach minimums do not require its use.

M O Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided: a APU generator operates normally and is used throughout the flight b Operator ensures that the APU oil quantity is adequate for the intended flight, c All busses can be powered, d All indications and warnings associated with the remaining engine and APU driven generator channels are verified to operate normally, e Galley automatic shedding is verified to operate normally, f Aircraft remains at or below FL, g Fuel recirculation system associated with the operative IDG is operative, h Approach minimums do not require its use, and i When the Engine Driven Generator Channel 1 is inoperative, the AC ESS FEED manual transfer must be checked to operate normally.

M O Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided: a APU generator operates normally and is used throughout the flight b Operator ensures that the APU oil quantity is adequate for the intended flight, c All busses can be powered, d All indications and warnings associated with the remaining engine and APU driven generator channels are verified to operate normally, e Galley automatic shedding is verified to operate normally, f Aircraft remains at or below FL, g Fuel recirculation system associated with the operative IDG is operative, and h Approach minimums do not require its use.

M O Except for ER operations, one may be inoperative provided: a APU generator operates normally and is used throughout the flight, b Operator ensures that the APU oil quantity is adequate for the intended flight, c All busses can be powered, d All indications and warnings associated with the remaining engine and APU driven generator channels are verified to operate normally, e Galley automatic shedding is verified to operate normally, f Aircraft remains at or below FL, g IDG cooler bypass valve is checked operative before each flight, and h Approach minimums do not require its use.

O Except for ER operations, TR1 may be inoperative provided: a Extract fan operates normally, b Battery voltage indicator operates normally, c Both packs operate normally, d Repairs are made within two flight days, and e Approach minimums do not require its use.

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M O May be inoperative provided: a Valve is secured closed, b Air conditioning inlet valve is verified open before each flight, c Both packs are operative, and d AEVC test is performed before each flight. M O May be inoperative provided: a Valve is secured closed, b Air conditioning inlet valve is secured open, c Both packs are operative, and d AEVC test is performed before each flight. O May be inoperative provided : a Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, and b Extended overwater flight is prohibited. M May be inoperative provided both auto cabin pressure control systems are verified to operate normally before each flight. O May be inoperative provided: a Flight is conducted in an unpressurized configuration, b Extended overwater flight is prohibited, and c Avionics equipment ventilation system operates normally. M May be inoperative closed provided: a Both automatic cabin pressure control systems operate normally, and b The three outflow valve motors operate normally. M O May be inoperative provided the hot air pressure regulating valve is secured closed.

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