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Airbus A320 Computer Based Training Program

Aeronautical training requires regular updating and adaptation. Aeroformation, and later Airbus Training, have constantly improved their teaching methods. The computerisation of the Toulouse Training Centre in 1980, the advent of Computer Based Training and the introduction of laptop PCs the same year, followed by the innovation and integration of Video And Computer Based Instruction (VACBI), starting with the A310, were all important steps.

Airbus A320 Computer Based Training Program

The use of simulators was first initiated with a mock-up of model scenery and moving cameras, to eventually become the full flight simulator with motion that we know today. Aeroformation saw the number of its full flight simulators increase from one to six between 1974 and 1994. Today Airbus Training has 43 simulators in its worldwide network. At the same time, other trainee communities such as flight attendants and aircraft maintenance specialists have also been able to benefit from simulator-based training adapted to all Airbus programmes.

The Airbus Flight Training Reference, created in 2015, marked the beginning of a redesign of the different training programmes into a single, global programme. Later, in 2019 saw the launch of an 'ab initio' programme for student pilots. For the first time, Airbus had created a training programme spanning the entire flying curriculum, from absolute beginners to Air Operations (Ops) training. Since 2016, Maintenance Training has been developed in line with this concept, in conjunction with schools and universities to better prepare future maintenance technicians and engineers.

It is an ordinary EASA Type Rating training program equally valid to traditional training carried out in the classroom with an instructor. The only difference is that you have a possibility to complete a part of theoretical training at home.

Does anybody know where I can get computer based training programs for the A321? The FSL bus is extremely complex and I'm learning a new thing everyday for the past 4+ years. I've been reading the FCOM/FCTM for years but want a lecture-video style format similar to my college courses but for the A321. I found one for the 777 but I want one for the A321 if not then A320.

A long term on-site solution (five years renewable), the ACT Suite has been built around Airbus Competence Training (ACT), a learning-by-doing approach based on a combination of theoretical and practical training, supported by state-of-the-art virtual tools. Active learning in a virtual aircraft environment is introduced at an early stage of the training.

The ATC, which trains approximately 2,200 trainees from around the world every year, is a 11,000-square-foot complex with seven full-flight simulators, cabin door and slide trainers, state-of-the-art computer-based training classrooms and seven flight training devices simulating the A320, A330, A340 and A350 XWB aircraft.

We're back with our biggest, most entertaining, most in-depth video series yet! This is an online video training program, hosted by Ben (Airline2Sim) and James (our real life pilot) in British English.

We offer professional training in a state-of-the-art Airbus 320 Airplane Training Device, utilized in programs such as Multi Crew Cooperation, Crew Resource Management, and Jet Orientation courses. The simulator, N320AV, is a full cockpit representation including the A320 instrument panel, overhead controls, flight controls, FMS integration and an instructor position. We offer multiple options for students wishing to gain experience in a full cockpit ATD.

Flight Display Systems, based in Alpharetta, Ga., introduced and installed an Android software application for use with its Select Cabin Management System (CMS). The application allows passengers to control all cabin functions from their mobile phone or tablet computer.

Baltic Aviation Academy offers 34 training programs, including type rating training courses for Boeing 737 Classic, Boeing 737 NG, Boeing 757, Boeing 767, Saab 340/2000, Airbus A320, ATR 42-72, Embraer 135/145, Bombardier CRJ 100/200 and Bombardier CRJ 700/900, as well as initial pilot training school (FTO) courses. Visit

Constant Aviation Bolsters AOG Capabilities, WorkforceConstant Aviation has added a Philadelphia-based AOG mobile response group for servicing aircraft in southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. It added a Salt Lake City-based station earlier this year and now operates 28 AOG teams nationally. It also added new signing bonuses to its maintenance technician apprenticeship program, increased technician pay by 10% and added increased benefits to boost recruitment and retention.


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