You have a bleed fault in fault in flight. Bleed abnormal. In this case it seems seems. Logical to do OEB first.

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Intentionally left blank. OEB38 issue 2. APR Erroneous Radio Altimeter Height indication. OEB44 issue 4. JUN OEB40 issue 1. MAR OEB41 issue 2. OCT OEB42 issue 2.

JUL OEB43 issue 3. MAY OEB46 issue 1. NOV No Engagement of Guidance Mode. OEB47 issue 1. DEC DU Title. DU identification. DU date. No Temporary Documentary Unit. General Description. Applicable to: ALL. An Operations Engineering Bulletin OEB is issued to rapidly inform operators of any deviations from initial design objectives that have a significant operational impact.

An OEB provides the operators with technical information and temporary operational procedures that address these deviations.

OEBs can either be red or white, depending on their level of priority. Airbus strongly recommends that all Operators rapidly apply the OEB corrective actions as soon as they become available, particularly for red OEBs. An OEB:. The content of each OEB includes:. The "M" field that may provide the following Evolution Code:. The "Identification" field which identifies the OEB with its identification number. This enables the flight crew to easily review the OEBs before flight.

The "Identification" field which identifies the OEB with its identification and issue number. Red OEB identification number and title are in bold font.

White OEB identification number and title are in regular font. In accordance with the Standard Operating Procedures, and before each flight, the flight crew must review all OEBs that are applicable to their aircraft. OEB are distributed to all affected Operators.

The Operators shall provide flight crews with the content of the OEB without delay. The OEB reminder function does not relieve the flight crew of their responsibility to review the applicable OEBs during the cockpit preparation.

As soon as the maintenance personnel has embodied the corrective action that cancels the OEB on a specific aircraft, the Operator must ensure that:.

Former OEB. New OEB. OEB Title. OEB 2. Braking Misbehaviour. OEB 3. Nose Landing Gear. OEB 4. VOR Bearing Fluctuations. Bendix VOR. OEB 5. Loss of Braking. OEB 6. Partial Deployment of. Passenger Oxygen Masks. Continued on the following page.

Continued from the previous page. OEB 7. OEB 8. Insufficient Bank Angle. OEB 9. Dual FWC Failure following. Status Page Display. OEB No Transition to Go-Around Phase. Undue High Speed Target. Value Display on ND. Dual FM Reset upon. Radial Fix Info Entry. Erroneous Guidance to. High Engine Vibration Procedure. Operation of Center Tank Pumps. Operation of Fuel Pumps. Incorrect Sequencing of. Altitude-Terminated xA Legs. Avionics Smoke. Dual Engine Failure. No Localizer or Glide. Slope Capture in Approach.

Use of Dome Light for Entire. Flight to Ensure the Readability. Erroneous Vertical Profile. Due to Oil Leak at Engine Start. BSCU L4. Bleed Selection to Prevent. Engine Stall on Both Engines. No SRS Engagement. During Go Around in the. Mode During Takeoff and Go Around. Erroneous Radio. Altimeter Height Indication. Erroneous Alternate Fuel Predictions. Upon Modification of a Company. Route in the Alternate Flight Plan. Incorrect Vertical Profile During.

Non Precision Approaches. Erroneous Radio Altimeter Height Indication.


07. OEB Operations Engineering Bulletins






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