Airbus A340200, 300, 500, 600) Differences Brochure

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The tank is located in front of the aft Cargo Compartment and to the rear of the main landing gear. The fuel on the A340-500 is stored in the following tanks: • • • • In both wings: Two inner tanks An outer tank A center tank A trim tank A rear center tank Surge tanks are located next to the outer tanks and trim tanks to allow for overflow and gaseous ventilation. The modification of the two inner tanks has also led to a change in the collector cell arrangement, which may be seen in the opposite diagram.

BSCU and EBCU channels indication D. ACCU indications A340-500/600 4. Wheel number identification AUTO BRK indication 5. III indications Wheel number identification 6. Brake temperature indications Release indications 7. FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE - Brake temperature indication 61 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division Chapter 11- ATA 36 Pneumatic FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE 62 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division The main operational differences pertaining to the pneumatic system arise as a result of electro-pneumatic control Control and Monitoring A340-200/300 The 4 BMC’s (1 per engine bleed system) only achieve system monitoring and automatic closure control A340-500/600 The 2 BMC’s achieve system control and monitoring A340-200/300 FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE A340-500/600 63 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division APU Bleed Valve Opening Logic A340-200/300 A340-500/600 * * Threshold altitudes depend on APU ECB standard.

Brake temperature indications Release indications 7. FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE - Brake temperature indication 61 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division Chapter 11- ATA 36 Pneumatic FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE 62 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division The main operational differences pertaining to the pneumatic system arise as a result of electro-pneumatic control Control and Monitoring A340-200/300 The 4 BMC’s (1 per engine bleed system) only achieve system monitoring and automatic closure control A340-500/600 The 2 BMC’s achieve system control and monitoring A340-200/300 FLIGHT OPERATIONS SUPPORT & LINE ASSISTANCE A340-500/600 63 © Training & Flight Operations Support Division APU Bleed Valve Opening Logic A340-200/300 A340-500/600 * * Threshold altitudes depend on APU ECB standard.

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