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#repost from @ferdinandcicmir 
Easyjet A319/A320 copy paste @zadarairport  @easyjet
#zadarairport #easyjet #airbus #airbuslovers #aviationdaily #airplanespotter #croplanespotter #atcview #airbus319 #airbus320 #apron #instaaviation #instaplanes #aircraft

 #repost from @ferdinandcicmir Easyjet A319/A320 copy paste @zadarairport @easyjet  #zadarairport  #easyjet  #airbus  #airbuslovers  #aviationdaily  #airplanespotter  #croplanespotter  #atcview  #airbus319  #airbus320  #apron  #instaaviation  #instaplanes  #aircraft

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Airline : AirAsia ⠀⠀
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Registration : 9M-AJW
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Type : Airbus 320-216
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First Flight Date : 02/09/2008
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📸 : 16/07/2019
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🚩 : Bandara Sultan Syarif Kasim II Pekanbaru
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#9majwib #16072019

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Airline : AirAsia ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Registration : 9M-AJW ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Type : Airbus 320-216 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ First Flight Date : 02/09/2008 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸 : 16/07/2019 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🚩 : Bandara Sultan Syarif Kasim II Pekanbaru ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀  #9majwib  #16072019

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Airline : Citilink / BatikAir ⠀⠀
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Registration : PK-GLZ/PK-LAO
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Type : Airbus 320-214
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First Flight Date : 12/05/2014 / 24/02/2019
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📸 : 15/07/2019
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🚩 : Bandara Sultan Syarif Kasim II Pekanbaru
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#pkglzib #pklaoib #16072019

⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Airline : Citilink / BatikAir ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Registration : PK-GLZ/PK-LAO ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Type : Airbus 320-214 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ First Flight Date : 12/05/2014 / 24/02/2019 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸 : 15/07/2019 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🚩 : Bandara Sultan Syarif Kasim II Pekanbaru ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀  #pkglzib  #pklaoib  #16072019

Fuel Jettison, more commonly referred to as Fuel Dumping, is the intentional, controlled, jettison of fuel from an aircraft whilst in flight, most commonly to reduce the aircraft weight either prior to an emergency landing or to ensure adequate terrain clearance in the event of the loss of one or more engines.

Guidance for Flight Crew
The following general guidance is offered for flight crews:
In all circumstances, follow manufacturer guidance for operation of the fuel dump system. Where a dump system is not fitted and the aircraft is heavier than maximum landing weight, ensure compliance with manufacturer criteria such as maximum touchdown rate of descent, minimum runway requirements, use of stopping devices, etc
When appropriate, declare an emergency using the correct emergency communications protocols
Whenever practicable, advise ATC prior to commencing fuel dump. If the situation allows, follow ATC instructions on dumping location and height
Whenever practicable, dump fuel at or above an altitude that will allow evaporation or dissipation before the fuel reaches the ground. In most conditions, an altitude of 5000ft to 6000ft AGL is sufficient
There is generally no manufacturer restriction regarding fuel jettison during an in-flight fire, whether inside or outside the airplane. However, in the event of an uncontrollable fire, crews are advised not to delay landing and subsequent evacuation in order to reduce the landing weight by dumping fuel
Guidance for Controllers
To mitigate the effect of fuel dumping, the following additional guidelines should be considered by ATCOs:
Clear airspace in the immediate vicinity of the emergency aircraft - provide adequate horizontal and vertical separation between the aircraft dumping fuel and other traffic
Try to vector the aircraft clear of populated areas during the fuel dump process • Determine the amount of time needed for the fuel dump
Consider the possibility of a blocked runway in the event that, after landing, the Pilot in Command elects to stop on the runway for an aircraft inspection.

Info: skybrary

#atcview #avgeek #aviation  #atco #skybrary

Fuel Jettison, more commonly referred to as Fuel Dumping, is the intentional, controlled, jettison of fuel from an aircraft whilst in flight, most commonly to reduce the aircraft weight either prior to an emergency landing or to ensure adequate terrain clearance in the event of the loss of one or more engines. Guidance for Flight Crew The following general guidance is offered for flight crews: In all circumstances, follow manufacturer guidance for operation of the fuel dump system. Where a dump system is not fitted and the aircraft is heavier than maximum landing weight, ensure compliance with manufacturer criteria such as maximum touchdown rate of descent, minimum runway requirements, use of stopping devices, etc When appropriate, declare an emergency using the correct emergency communications protocols Whenever practicable, advise ATC prior to commencing fuel dump. If the situation allows, follow ATC instructions on dumping location and height Whenever practicable, dump fuel at or above an altitude that will allow evaporation or dissipation before the fuel reaches the ground. In most conditions, an altitude of 5000ft to 6000ft AGL is sufficient There is generally no manufacturer restriction regarding fuel jettison during an in-flight fire, whether inside or outside the airplane. However, in the event of an uncontrollable fire, crews are advised not to delay landing and subsequent evacuation in order to reduce the landing weight by dumping fuel Guidance for Controllers To mitigate the effect of fuel dumping, the following additional guidelines should be considered by ATCOs: Clear airspace in the immediate vicinity of the emergency aircraft - provide adequate horizontal and vertical separation between the aircraft dumping fuel and other traffic Try to vector the aircraft clear of populated areas during the fuel dump process • Determine the amount of time needed for the fuel dump Consider the possibility of a blocked runway in the event that, after landing, the Pilot in Command elects to stop on the runway for an aircraft inspection. Info: skybrary  #atcview  #avgeek  #aviation  #atco  #skybrary

Hope to seen you soon!! @pilotshanelly came today as @jetblue 32 from San Juan Int'l Airport (TJSJ). _________________________________________✈️
#PUJ #MDPC #Punta_Cana_International_Airport #Aviation #Aviation_Photography #AviationLovers #Airplane #Aircraft #Airport #Airline #Avgeek #Spotters #Spotting #drplanespotters #DominicanPlaneSpotters #atcview #airtrafficcontrol #airtrafficcontroller

Hope to seen you soon!! @pilotshanelly came today as @jetblue 32 from San Juan Int'l Airport (TJSJ). _________________________________________✈️  #PUJ  #MDPC  #Punta_Cana_International_Airport  #Aviation  #Aviation_Photography  #AviationLovers  #Airplane  #Aircraft  #Airport  #Airline  #Avgeek  #Spotters  #Spotting  #drplanespotters  #DominicanPlaneSpotters  #atcview  #airtrafficcontrol  #airtrafficcontroller

Congratulations to @notyepez for successfully completing the On Job Training in @puntacanatower 🎊👍👏👏🎉 now officially an aerodrome controller 😀 way to go!! _________________________________________________✈️
#PUJ #MDPC #Punta_Cana_International_Airport #Aviation #Aviation_Photography #AviationLovers #Airplane #Aircraft #Airport #Airline #Avgeek #Spotters #Spotting #drplanespotters #DominicanPlaneSpotters #atcview #airtrafficcontrol #airtrafficcontroller

Congratulations to @notyepez for successfully completing the On Job Training in @puntacanatower 🎊👍👏👏🎉 now officially an aerodrome controller 😀 way to go!! _________________________________________________✈️  #PUJ  #MDPC  #Punta_Cana_International_Airport  #Aviation  #Aviation_Photography  #AviationLovers  #Airplane  #Aircraft  #Airport  #Airline  #Avgeek  #Spotters  #Spotting  #drplanespotters  #DominicanPlaneSpotters  #atcview  #airtrafficcontrol  #airtrafficcontroller

Fuel Jettison, more commonly referred to as Fuel Dumping, is the intentional, controlled, jettison of fuel from an aircraft whilst in flight, most commonly to reduce the aircraft weight either prior to an emergency landing or to ensure adequate terrain clearance in the event of the loss of one or more engines.

Guidance for Flight Crew
The following general guidance is offered for flight crews:
In all circumstances, follow manufacturer guidance for operation of the fuel dump system. Where a dump system is not fitted and the aircraft is heavier than maximum landing weight, ensure compliance with manufacturer criteria such as maximum touchdown rate of descent, minimum runway requirements, use of stopping devices, etc
When appropriate, declare an emergency using the correct emergency communications protocols
Whenever practicable, advise ATC prior to commencing fuel dump. If the situation allows, follow ATC instructions on dumping location and height
Whenever practicable, dump fuel at or above an altitude that will allow evaporation or dissipation before the fuel reaches the ground. In most conditions, an altitude of 5000ft to 6000ft AGL is sufficient
There is generally no manufacturer restriction regarding fuel jettison during an in-flight fire, whether inside or outside the airplane. However, in the event of an uncontrollable fire, crews are advised not to delay landing and subsequent evacuation in order to reduce the landing weight by dumping fuel
Guidance for Controllers
To mitigate the effect of fuel dumping, the following additional guidelines should be considered by ATCOs:
Clear airspace in the immediate vicinity of the emergency aircraft - provide adequate horizontal and vertical separation between the aircraft dumping fuel and other traffic
Try to vector the aircraft clear of populated areas during the fuel dump process • Determine the amount of time needed for the fuel dump
Consider the possibility of a blocked runway in the event that, after landing, the Pilot in Command elects to stop on the runway for an aircraft inspection.

Info: skybrary

#atcview #avgeek #aviation  #atco #skybrary

Fuel Jettison, more commonly referred to as Fuel Dumping, is the intentional, controlled, jettison of fuel from an aircraft whilst in flight, most commonly to reduce the aircraft weight either prior to an emergency landing or to ensure adequate terrain clearance in the event of the loss of one or more engines. Guidance for Flight Crew The following general guidance is offered for flight crews: In all circumstances, follow manufacturer guidance for operation of the fuel dump system. Where a dump system is not fitted and the aircraft is heavier than maximum landing weight, ensure compliance with manufacturer criteria such as maximum touchdown rate of descent, minimum runway requirements, use of stopping devices, etc When appropriate, declare an emergency using the correct emergency communications protocols Whenever practicable, advise ATC prior to commencing fuel dump. If the situation allows, follow ATC instructions on dumping location and height Whenever practicable, dump fuel at or above an altitude that will allow evaporation or dissipation before the fuel reaches the ground. In most conditions, an altitude of 5000ft to 6000ft AGL is sufficient There is generally no manufacturer restriction regarding fuel jettison during an in-flight fire, whether inside or outside the airplane. However, in the event of an uncontrollable fire, crews are advised not to delay landing and subsequent evacuation in order to reduce the landing weight by dumping fuel Guidance for Controllers To mitigate the effect of fuel dumping, the following additional guidelines should be considered by ATCOs: Clear airspace in the immediate vicinity of the emergency aircraft - provide adequate horizontal and vertical separation between the aircraft dumping fuel and other traffic Try to vector the aircraft clear of populated areas during the fuel dump process • Determine the amount of time needed for the fuel dump Consider the possibility of a blocked runway in the event that, after landing, the Pilot in Command elects to stop on the runway for an aircraft inspection. Info: skybrary  #atcview  #avgeek  #aviation  #atco  #skybrary

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