• A320 Training -

      • ILS Raw Data Approach
      • Taxi and Before Takeoff
      • ILS G/S Intercept From Above
      • Securing the Aircraft
      • After Landing and Parking
      • Go Around
      • Cross Wind Landing
      • Visual Approach
      • Circling Approach
      • Non Precision Approach
      • ILS Approach
      • Climb, Cruise, Descent
      • Cross Wind Takeoff
      • Normal Takeoff
      • CFM Engine Start
      • After Start
      • Engine Start (IAE)
      • Cockpit Preparation
      • Exterior Inspection
      • Preliminary Cockpit Preparation
      • Aircraft General
      • APU
      • Electrical System
      • Flight Control System
      • Fuel System
      • Hydraulic System
      • Landing Gear System
      • Pneumatic System
      • Air conditioning
      • Ventilation System
      • Pressurization
      • Fire Protection
      • Communications
      • Engines
      • Ice and Rain Protection
      • Equipment
      • Oxygen
      • Lights
      • Water Waste
      • Doors
      • Auto Flight
      • Auto Flight Position Computation
      • FMGC Modes of Operation
      • Flight Mode Annunciator Indications
      • Unreliable Speed
      • Reactive Windshear
      • Predictive Windshear
      • TCAS
      • Generator Faults
      • EGPWS (Terrain)
      • DC BUS Fault
      • Engine Fire
      • Gravity Fuel Feed
      • Air Conditioning Faults
      • AC BUS Fault
      • Cargo Smoke
      • Fuel Leak
      • Rejected Takeoff
      • Pressurization Faults
      • Emergency Electrical Config
      • APU Fire
      • Fuel Imbalance
      • Engine Failure in Cruise
      • Emergency Descent
      • Circuit Breaker Reset
      • Smoke
      • Fuel Temperature
      • Engine Failure After Takeoff
      • Green + Yellow System Low Pressure
      • Ditching
      • Green Hydraulic System Failure
      • Green + Yellow Hydraulic System Failure
      • Yellow Hydraulic System Failure
      • Green + Blue Hydraulic System Failure
      • Blue Hydraulic System Failure
      • Yellow + Blue Hydraulic System Failure
      • Loss of Braking
      • Landing Gear Gravity Extend
      • LGCIU Faults
      • Nose Wheel Steering Fault
      • Single Engine Landing and Go-Around
      • Engine Start Fault
      • Dual Engine Failure
      • Thrust Faults
      • Reverse Thrust Faults
      • Abnormal Flaps and Slats
      • Elevator Faults
      • Rudder Jam
      • Stabilizer Jam
      • FMGC Faults
      • RA Faults
      • FAC Faults
      • FCU Faults
      • Side Stick Logic
      • Low Energy Warning
      • Ground Speed Mini
      • Direct Law
      • Alternate Law
      • Mechanical Back-Up
      • Flaps and Slats Protection
      • Rudder Protection
      • Flight Control Protections
      • Normal Law
      • Diversion
      • Arrival
      • Secondary Flight Plan
      • Departure
      • ECAM Handling
      • Cold Weather Operations
      • Low Visibility Operations
      • Stall Recovery
      • Advisory
      • Use of Anti-Ice
      • Computer Reset Procedure
      • Calculation of VAPP
      • Calculation of Landing Distance
      • Use of MEL
      • Flying Efficiently
      • RVSM
      • ETOPS
      • Non Normal Engine Start
      • Loss of Braking
      • Unreliable Speed
      • Reactive Windshear
      • Predictive Windshear
      • Stall Recovery
      • TCAS
      • EGPWS (Terrain)
      • Rejected Takeoff
      • Engine Failure in Cruise
      • Emergency Descent
      • Engine Failure After Takeoff
      • UPRT
      • Volcanic Ash

View some of our sample videos

  • Normal Takeoff

    A320 Training

  • Green and Yellow Hydraulics

    A320 Training

  • Normal Law

    A320 Training

  • Programming FMGC for Arrival

    A320 Training

A320 Team

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Captain Keith Longden

Captain Keith Longden was the Senior Instructor at Airbus Training in Toulouse (he trained the trainers!) and he has instructed and examined on many Airbus aircraft for over 25 years. Capt Longden developed many of the techniques seen in our videos.

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Captain James Feeney

Captain James Feeney has flown Boeing and Airbus aircraft for 23 years across Europe, America, Asia and the Middle East. He has also instructed and examined on the A320 over the past 10 years. He has held the position of Chief Pilot, Vice President of Flight Operations, and is now the CEO of V-Prep. Capt Feeney’s vision was to bring to the aviation industry a new way to train that was accessible, informative and affordable.

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Captain Darren Livermore

Captain Darren Livermore joined the team in February 2022 and is currently a pilot and instructor with a major UK airline. He has flown the A320/321 for 16 years and has over 12,000 hours. He has also held training and standards positions in his previous airline. Using his knowledge Capt Livermore is working on the A320 Neo, A321 and A330 platforms for V-Prep.

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