|Quoting NAV20 (Reply 2):|
But there is an on-going problem with the 'Anti-Skid' system on A320s (malfunction that sometimes leads to loss of braking after touchdown) which has been under investigation for some time; maybe it's to do with that:-
Please NAV20, can you please educate us all on this "on-going problem", and what is your experience again with either flying or maintaining Airbus aircraft that make you sooooooooooooooo familiar with the systems ?
The article you linked has major CRM, SOP and systems knowledge deficiencies, if you cannot recognise that, please refrain from posting further on the topic.
FYI, "Loss of braking" is a memory item recall which should be automatic for the crew, not fumbling around trying to work out what to do low on finals, go around and sort it out, and in such cases, believe it or not, there are also standard calls.
BTW the problem at VN
is corrosion, not the anti-skid system, you have jumped to a baseless conclusion from an article that has been translated into English. More of an indication of their maintenace procedures than anything else.
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