Dear AIRBUS Customers Service,
I am writing in order to complain about the airplane that I bought in your website.
I bought an A380 a few weeks ago but I have received a new A350. It is smaller and I wanted it with a red and yellow flag painted in the vertical tail plane which is not there. In addition, I paid an extra fee because I wanted to give it to my mother as a present for her birthday. As it was said in your website checkout, I would have received the plane within 7 days but it was not like this and it was delivered too late so I could not succeed on it.
After having a look at your selling policies, I have decided to return the airplane. I expect you to carry on with the shipping costs because it was not my fault that you were delayed.
I would be pleased if you give me some directions about how to proceed, step by step, to pack it again to return it and get my money back as soon as possible; it is too big to be parked in my garage for a long time because my mother is not going to take it home.
Please, do not hesitate to contact me if any further information is needed. You can find the invoice attached to this email.
ATTACHED FILES: A380 invoice
Pues sí Señores, se entretienen en enseñarnos a escribir cosas así. Ayer por ejemplo, viendo un vídeo en YouTube, aprendí que VTP es Vertical Tail Plane o plano vertical de cola. Cosas de mecánicos dicen. Cuando llegue a un taller y me encuentre con cosas de estas… pues tendré que estudiar.
The EIU receives two input buses from the Environmental Control System (ECS) primary and secondary computers
of the Zone Controller.
The ECS determines the various air bleed configurations according to logics of the air conditioning, wing
anti-ice, nacelle anti-ice.
This information is transmitted by the EIU to the EEC to compute the bleed air demand required at the engine customer bleed ports.
ENGINE START CONTROL
The EIU receives and generates all starting signals from the cockpit engine panels.
Therefore engine starting is not possible in case of EIU failure.
The control panels provide the EIU with the following signals:
- Engine start mode selector position,
- Master lever position,
- Manual start pushbutton.
The EIU provides all starting signals to the EEC and to the engine start panel FAULT light.
The CFDIU communicates with the BITE memory of the EIU and with the BITE memory of the EEC via the EIU.
The EIU interfaces with the CFIU to generate the EIU and the FADEC fault messages on the MCDU.
To access the FADEC menu function, the CFDS interrogates the EEC BITE memory through the EIU.
There is an interface between the EIU and the pneumatic system BMC for Engines 1 and 2.
During engine start, the EIU generates a ground signal for the BMC when the start valve moves away from the closed position.
On receipt of this ground signal, the BMC closes the pneumatic system Pressure Regulating Valve.
The EIU also receives other signals from various aircraft systems for control and monitoring purposes.
The EIU also generates signals for various aircraft systems.
The EIU receives the following :
- 28VDC for its own power supply and for the FADEC power supply,
- 115 VAC for engine ignition system power supply.
NOTE: In case of EIU failure, the power supply for FADEC and ignition is preserved (fail safe position).
TMU73IK03-T03 LEVEL 3
EFFECTIVITY 73-25-00 Page 6
Oct 31/99 http://bit.ly/16rss2L
Nota: la documentación a la que hago referencia es ficticia.