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Victor Lemmi View Drop Down
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    Posted: March-16-2014 at 9:38am
Thanks for you all to be part of this group.

I am starting right know the ATR 72 600 Ground School and Simulator in order to become a Simulator Instructor.
I am sure that you guys will help me a lot.
Blue skies 4U
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Welcome to you; if I can help, I will. I'm a SFI for ATR since 3 years.
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YES
Thank You!!!!
You will help me a lot
Where are you instructor ?
ATR 500 and 600?

Have a good day
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Toulouse Blagnac 500 & 600 Versions
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hello

could anyone explain me if 600 performs CAT III approach??
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This is what you can find in the AWO;

Basically, ATR -600s are CAT II certified.
An aircraft approved to perform automatic CAT IIIA approaches (with DH = 50ft) is basically fitted with an automatic
approach and landing system including the equipment and functions listed above for CAT II approaches plus:
an automatic voice system, which calls when the aeroplane is approaching the decision height and when it
reaches the decision height,
a fail-passive or fail-operational automatic landing system,
an acceptable speed control device or an automatic throttle control.

Out of the ATR family of aircraft only the ATR -600 is equipped with a fail-passive automatic landing system and a speed
control system. Only the ATR -600 can be certificated for CAT IIIA approaches with DH =50ft.
ATR aircraft are not equipped with fail-operational landing systems nor automatic throttle controls, nor automatic
ground roll controls, hence they cannot be certificated for CAT III approaches with DH<50ft.
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