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  1. Update from Jan 29th - I.m not flying a lot at recently , only had one occurrence since last time.(okay one to many). Unfortunately seems a very intermittent problem for me! I,ve resolved if it gets too much on my nerves then I would buy a different one (for tranquility). The following i came across, I hope is received with the lightness it is intended. 🙂 Aircraft Accident Report 2/2008 - Airbus A319-131, G-EUOB, 22 October 2005 Formal Report AAR 2/2008. Report on the serious incident to Airbus A319-131, registration G-EUOB, during the climb after departure from London Heathrow Airport on 22 October 2005. As the aircraft climbed to Flight Level (FL) 200 in night Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) with autopilot and autothrust engaged, there was a major electrical failure. This resulted in the loss or degradation of a number of important aircraft systems. The crew reported that both the commander’s and co-pilot’s Primary Flight Displays (PFD) and Navigation Displays (ND) went blank, as did the upper ECAM1 display. The autopilot and autothrust systems disconnected, the VHF radio and intercom were inoperative and most of the cockpit lighting went off. There were several other more minor concurrent failures. The commander maintained control of the aircraft, flying by reference to the visible night horizon and the standby instruments, which were difficult to see in the poor light. The co-pilot carried out the abnormal checklist actions which appeared on the lower ECAM display; the only available electronic flight display. Most of the affected systems were restored after approximately 90 seconds, when the co-pilot selected the AC Essential Feed switch to Alternate (‘ALTN’). There were no injuries to any of the 76 passengers or 6 crew. After the event, and following discussions between the crew and the operator’s Maintenance Control, the aircraft continued to Budapest. ------------------------------ It was not possible to determine the cause of the incident due to a lack of available evidence, however, nine additional Safety Recommendations are made in this report. Typical isnt it!! Best Wishes to all.
  2. Redid flight yesterday.(EGJJ-EGGD) Saved every 5 mins - And of course!? NO complete power loss. First time this has happened. All I have done is re download the software ver 1.2.1 A318/319, reinstalled *2 (once- liveries didnt show up). Not used updater so far. Will continue testing. W10 ,EZDOK.
  3. Thank you, this has happened to me *3 times i approach EGGD. Im looking for some common occurence which sets it off? I have a318/319 Cheers John
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