Flight Report - AFR809 (Air France)


You flew an [A320] Airbus A320 carrying 5 Cabin Crew and 95 Passengers


LFPG ✈ LHBP

Charles de Gaulle International Airport

Departure Information

PLANNED 0925z Wednesday, 21 February 2024

ACTUAL 0928z Wednesday, 21 February 2024

DELAY 4 mns Delayed Departure

Delayed Departure


Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport

Arrival Information

PLANNED 1135z Wednesday, 21 February 2024

EXPECTED 1139z Wednesday, 21 February 2024

ACTUAL 1234z Wednesday, 21 February 2024

Late Arrival (59 minutes)



Not good - You departed slightly behind schedule and were late to your destination.

 

:(

FLIGHT GRADE

-4301 / 1885

PILOT POINTS

1.23 g

-624ft/min (Great Landing)

Satisfactory

PASSENGER RATING





Aircraft Control Ratings

How well did you do in the 'Aircraft Control Ratings' phase of flight?

 

20°

Max Pitch Up

4384ft/min

Max Climb


Max Pitch Dn

-4431ft/min

Max Descent


Max Roll Left

29°

Max Roll Right


1.25 g

Max GForce

0.45 g

Min GForce



 



-20 of 30 pts Cabin Management » Airspeed < 250kts below 10,000ft
Ensure airspeed is at or below 250kts when below 10,000ft.
Your airspeed was above 250kts for a significant period of time while you were below 10,000ft.

-4296 of 30 pts Airline SOP » Landing Lights (Below 10,000ft)
Ensure the landing lights are turned ON at all times when the aircraft is below 10,000ft.
The landing lights were turned off for a significant period of time while you were below 10,000ft.

50 of 50 pts Airline SOP » Cockpit Door Status
Cockpit door must always be closed while passengers are onboard the aircraft.
You kept the cockpit door closed at all times while passengers were onboard, helping to ensure the safety of the aircraft

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Roll Angle (Left)
Your aircraft should stay within roll angle limits during flight
Your bank angle (to the left) was within acceptable limits throughout the flight

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Roll Angle (Right)
Your aircraft should stay within roll angle limits during flight
Your bank angle (to the right) was within acceptable limits throughout the flight

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Pitch Angle (Up)
Your aircraft should stay within pitch angle limits while climbing
You pitched up within acceptable limits throughout the flight.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Pitch Angle (Down)
Your aircraft should stay within pitch angle limits while descending
You pitched down within acceptable limits throughout the flight.

9 of 10 pts Airmanship » Roll Velocity
Your aircraft should stay within roll velocity limits (12.6 degrees/sec)
You occasionally rolled the aircraft very quickly, resulting in discomfort to the passengers.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » G-Forces (Positive)
Your aircraft should stay within g-force limits during flight
Your passengers were not subjected to excess positive g-forces throughout the flight

8 of 10 pts Airmanship » G-Forces (Negative)
Your aircraft should stay within g-force limits during flight
You pushed down a little too hard and the passengers were a bit uncomfortable.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Vertical Speed (Up)
Your aircraft should stay within vertical speed limits while climbing
You kept the aircraft within acceptable climb rate limits throughout the flight.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Vertical Speed (Down)
Your aircraft should stay within vertical speed limits while descending
You kept the aircraft within acceptable descent rate limits throughout the flight.

4 of 10 pts Airmanship » Yaw Velocity
Your aircraft should stay within yaw velocity limits (15.7 degrees/sec) while on the ground
You occasionally applied excess yaw to the aircraft during the taxi phases resulting in discomfort for the passengers.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Yaw Velocity
Your aircraft should stay within yaw velocity limits (4.2 degrees/sec) while in the air
You kept the aircraft withing acceptable yaw limits throughout the flight.

-50 of 50 pts Airline SOP » Passenger Satisfaction Improvement
Passengers should feel more satisfied after the flight than they were when it started
Passengers were less satisfied after the flight than they were before they got onboard.



Boarding and Loading

How well did you do in the 'Boarding and Loading' phase of flight?

-5 of 5 pts Ground Crew Communications » APU Startup Announcement
Communicate with the ground crew to tell them that you are starting the aircraft APU.
You did not communicate with the ground crew prior to starting the APU.

5 of 5 pts Punctuality » Boarding Delay
Ensure you board the aircraft in a timely manner.
You boarded the aircraft on-time.

-5 of 5 pts Ground Crew Communications » GPU Disconnection
Communicate with the ground crew to tell them that the Ground Power Unit can be disconnected (once you no longer need it, e.g. if your APU is on).
You did not communicate with the ground crew to remove the ground power unit.

-20 of 20 pts Cabin Crew Communications » PA ('Welcome Onboard')
Make an announcement to the passengers welcoming them onboard the aircraft
You did not make an announcement to the passengers welcoming them onboard the aircraft.



Pushback

How well did you do in the 'Pushback' phase of flight?

6 of 10 pts Punctuality » Departure Punctuality
Your aircraft should leave at the scheduled departure time
Your departure was delayed by 4 minutes.

-5 of 5 pts Airline SOP » Transponder Check
Ensure your transponder is set to an appropriate value when pushing back.
Your transponder was not set correctly while your aircraft pushed back.

-10 of 10 pts Ground Crew Communications » Engine 1 Startup Comms
Communicate with the ground crew before you start engine 1.
You did not communicate with the gruond crew when you started engine 1.

-10 of 10 pts Ground Crew Communications » Engine 2 Startup Comms
Communicate with the ground crew before you start engine 2.
You did not communicate with the gruond crew when you started engine 2.



Taxi

How well did you do in the 'Taxi' phase of flight?

-5 of 5 pts Airline SOP » Transponder Check
Ensure your transponder is set to an appropriate value when the aircraft begins to taxi.
Your transponder was not set correctly during your taxi to the runway.

-26 of 10 pts Airmanship » Taxi Speed
Your aircraft should stay within ground speed limits (30 kts) while on the ground
You were travelling far too quickly during taxi, and passengers started to get very anxious.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Movement Off Taxiway
Your aircraft should stay on taxiways and appropriate surfaces while on the ground.
You stayed on the taxiway during taxi.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Crew Finished Securing Cabin
Ensure the cabin crew have enough time to secure the cabin before you tell them to be seated.
You allowed enough time for the crew to secure the cabin for takeoff.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Crew Communications » Notify Crew For Takeoff
Ensure that you notify the crew that they should take their seats for takeoff.
You told the cabin crew to take their seats for takeoff.



Takeoff

How well did you do in the 'Takeoff' phase of flight?

-50 of 50 pts Airline SOP » Transponder Check
Ensure your transponder is set to an appropriate value when the aircraft takes off.
Your transponder was not set correctly during takeoff.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Cabin Secured
Ensure the cabin crew secured the cabin before takeoff.
The cabin crew had adequate time to secure the cabin before takeoff.

25 of 25 pts Cabin Management » Toilets Locked
Ensure the toilets are secured and locked before takeoff.
The aircraft toilets were secured and locked for takeoff.

25 of 25 pts Cabin Management » Overhead Lighting Set
Ensure the overhead lighting in the cabin is set appropriately for takeoff.
The overhead lighting in the cabin was set appropriately for takeoff.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Emergency Lighting Set
Ensure the emergency lighting in the cabin is set appropriately for takeoff.
The emergency lighting in the cabin was set appropriately for takeoff.

-50 of 50 pts Airline SOP » Landing Lights Turned On
Ensure the aircraft landing lights are turned on before takeoff.
The aircraft landing lights were not turned on for takeoff.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Takeoff Deviation
Your aircraft should stay on runway during takeoff
You performed a safe and successful takeoff without deviating from the runway.

100 of 100 pts Cabin Management » Cabin Crew Seated
Ensure the cabin crew remained seated during takeoff.
The cabin crew were seated during takeoff.



After Takeoff

How well did you do in the 'After Takeoff' phase of flight?

10 of 10 pts Cabin Management » Cabin Crew Seated
Ensure the cabin crew remained seated during takeoff.
The cabin crew were seated as the aircraft took off.



Climb

How well did you do in the 'Climb' phase of flight?

10 of 10 pts Cabin Crew Communications » Departure Turbulence
Accurately Predict The Turbulence Level On Takeoff
You predicted that there would be 'Normal' levels of turbulence on departure and the actual level experienced was 'Normal'



Cruise

How well did you do in the 'Cruise' phase of flight?

-25 of 25 pts Cabin Crew Communications » Intercom ('Descent in X Minutes'))
Make sure you communicate the timeframe for descent to your cabin crew
You did not communicate with the cabin crew regarding the time until descent.

-50 of 50 pts Cabin Crew Communications » PA ('Descending Soon')
Make sure you play a PA announcement to the passengers telling them that there are X minutes until you start descending
You did not make a 'top of descent' announcement to the passengers.

8 of 10 pts Cabin Crew Communications » Enroute Turbulence
Accurately Predict The Turbulence Level During The Flight
You predicted that there would be 'Normal' levels of turbulence during the flight but the actual maximum level experienced was 'Severe'



Descent

How well did you do in the 'Descent' phase of flight?

-25 of 25 pts Cabin Crew Communications » Accurate Descent Notification
When communicating with the cabin crew, be accurate in terms of the time you think it will take before descent starts
Your descent time prediction to the cabin crew was very inaccurate. You were within 0 minutes of your estimate of 0 minutes.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Crew Communications » PA ('Started Our Descent')
Make sure you announce to the passengers that you have started descending
You made a 'descent' announcement to the passengers.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Crew Communications » PA ('Prepare Cabin')
Make sure you instruct the cabin crew to prepare the aircraft for arrival.
You made a 'prepare the cabin for arrival' announcement to the cabin crew.

9 of 10 pts Cabin Crew Communications » Arrival Turbulence
Accurately Predict The Turbulence Level On Arrival
You predicted that there would be 'Normal' levels of turbulence on arrival but the actual maximum level experienced was 'Moderate'



Approach

How well did you do in the 'Approach' phase of flight?

10 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Service Provision Analysis
Ensure that all inflight services that you loaded onto the aircraft are provided in a timely manner.
4 of the 5 in-flight services loaded onto the aircraft were not completed successfully: 4 services were cancelled before being announced to passengers (-10pts x 4=-40pts).

-50 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Crew Finished Securing Cabin
Ensure the cabin crew have enough time to secure the cabin before you tell them to be seated.
You did not allow enough time for the crew to secure the cabin before landing.

100 of 100 pts Cabin Crew Communications » PA ('Seats For Landing')
Make sure you instruct the cabin crew to take their seats for landing.
You made a 'Seats for Landing' announcement to the cabin crew



Landing / Final Approach

How well did you do in the 'Landing / Final Approach' phase of flight?

-50 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Cabin Secured
Ensure the cabin crew secured the cabin before landing.
The cabin crew did not manage to secure the cabin before landing.

25 of 25 pts Cabin Management » Suspend WIFI
Ensure the WIFI is suspended for landing.
The aircraft WIFI system was suspended for landing.

25 of 25 pts Cabin Management » Toilets Locked
Ensure the toilets are secured and locked before landing.
The aircraft toilets were secured and locked for landing.

25 of 25 pts Cabin Management » Overhead Lighting Set
Ensure the overhead lighting in the cabin is set appropriately for landing.
The overhead lighting in the cabin was set appropriately for landing.

50 of 50 pts Cabin Management » Emergency Lighting Set
Ensure the emergency lighting in the cabin is set appropriately for landing.
The emergency lighting in the cabin was set appropriately for landing.

-77 of 100 pts Airline SOP » Landing Lights On
Ensure the landing lights are turned ON as the aircraft lands.
The landing lights were not switched on when you landed the aircraft.



Landed

How well did you do in the 'Landed' phase of flight?

100 of 100 pts Cabin Management » Cabin Crew Seated
Ensure the cabin crew are seated before landing.
The cabin crew were seated for landing.

79 of 100 pts Airmanship » Perform Safe Landing
Ensure that you land the aircraft at an appropriate and comfortable rate. Aim for around --150 ft/min or approximately 1.02 g for comfort.
Your landing was 'Great Landing'. (-624ft/min @ 1.23g). You favoured passenger comfort (g-forces) over the landing rate (ft/min).

-280 of 25 pts Punctuality » Landing Time Accuracy
Ensure that you land the aircraft in line with the expectations that you set to the passengers.
You weren't accurate with your landing time prediction - you predicted you'd land at '1130z' but you landed at '1231z' - a disparity of 61 minutes.



Taxi To Gate

How well did you do in the 'Taxi To Gate' phase of flight?

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Taxi Speed
Your aircraft should stay within ground speed limits (30 kts) while on the ground
You taxied the aircraft to the gate at appropriate speeds.

10 of 10 pts Airmanship » Movement Off Taxiway
Your aircraft should stay on taxiways and appropriate surfaces while on the ground.
You stayed on the taxiway during taxi to the gate.



Deboarding and Unloading

How well did you do in the 'Deboarding and Unloading' phase of flight?

-245 of 50 pts Punctuality » Arrival Punctuality
Your aircraft should arrive at the scheduled arrival time.
Your arrival was late by 59 minutes. You lose 5 points per minute.

-50 of 50 pts Punctuality » Arrival Prediction Accuracy
Ensure that you arrive at the gate in line with the expectations that you set to the passengers.
You weren't accurate with your arrival time prediction - You predicted 'OnTime' but the result was 'Late'.