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1

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used in non-precision approaches using FINAL APP, NAV FPA, NAV V/S, TRK FPA, HDG V/S?

250 ft. AGL

2

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used during a circling approach?

500 ft. AGL

3

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used during an ILS approach when CAT I is displayed on the FMA?

160 ft. AGL

4

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used during an ILS approach when CAT II or CAT III (Single or Dual) is displayed on the FMA?

0 ft. AGL if autoland

5

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used during a PAR approach (Precision Approach Radar)?

Note:
- The use of the AP and/or FD is authorized in PAR approach, with HDG V/S or TRK FPA.
- PAR approaches may be subject to operational approval.

250 ft. AGL

6

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used during a manual go-around?

100 ft. AGL

7

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used in all other phases?

Note:
The use of the AP or FD in OP DES or DES mode is not permitted in approach, unless the FCU altitude is set to, or above, MDA (MDH) or 500 ft AGL, whichever is the highest.

500 ft. AGL

8

What is the lowest altitude that the autopilot can be used during takeoff?

100 feet AGL or 5 seconds after takeoff