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-"Integrated range" curves or tables are presented in the Aeroplane Operations Manuals. Their purpose is: to determine the fuel consumption for a certain still air distance considering the decreasing fuel flow with decreasing mass.

-A "current flight plan" is a: filed flight plan with amendments and clearance included.

-A descent is planned at .74/250KIAS from 35000ft to 5000ft. How much fuel will be consumed during this descent? 150kg

-A descent is planned from 7500 ft AMSL so as to arrive at 1000 ft AMSL 6 NM from a VORTAC. With a GS of 156 kts and a rate of descent of 800 ft/min. The distance from the VORTAC when descent is started is:   27,1 NM

-A flight has to be made with a multi engine piston aeroplane (MEP 1). For the fuel calculations take 5 US gallons for the taxi, and an additional 13 minutes at cruise condition to account for climb and descent. Calculated time from overhead to overhead is 1h47min. Powersetting is 45%, 2600 RPM. Calculated reserve fuel is 30% of the trip fuel. FL 100. Temperature -5°C. Find the minimum block fuel: 47 US gallons.

-A flight has to be made with a multi engine piston aeroplane (MEP 1). For the fuel calculations take 5 US gallons for the taxi, and an additional 13 minutes at cruise condition to account for climb and descent. Calculated time overhead to overhead is 2h37min. Powersetting is 65%, 2500 RPM. Calculated reserve fuel is 30% of the trip fuel. FL 120. Temperature 1°C. Find the minimum block fuel: 91 US gallons.

-A flight has to be made with the single engine sample aeroplane. For the fuel calculation allow 10 lbs fuel for start up and taxi, 3 minutes and 6 lbs of additional fuel to allow for the climb, 10 minutes and no fuel correction for the descent. Planned flight time (overhead to overhead) is 02 hours and 37 minutes. Reserve fuel 30% of the trip fuel. Power setting is 23 in.HG (or full throttle), 2300 RPM, 20°C lean. Flight level is 50 and the and Standard Day (ISA). The minimum block fuel is: 276 lbs

-A flight has to be made with the single engine sample aeroplane. For the fuel calculation allow 10 lbs fuel for start up and taxi, 3 minutes and 10 lbs of additional fuel to allow for the climb, 10 minutes and no fuel correction for the descent. Planned flight time (overhead to overhead) is 03 hours and 12 minutes. Reserve fuel 30% of the trip fuel. Power setting is 23 in.HG (or full throttle), 2300 RPM, 20°C lean. Flight level is 70 and OAT is ISA + 20°C. The minimum block fuel is: 325 lbs

-A flight has to be made with the single engine sample aeroplane. For the fuel calculation allow 10 lbs fuel for start up and taxi, 3 minutes and 10 lbs of additional fuel to allow for the climb, 10 minutes and no fuel correction for the descent. Planned flight time (overhead to overhead) is 03 hours and 12 minutes. Reserve fuel 30% of the trip fuel. Power setting is 23 in.HG (or full throttle), 2300 RPM, 20°C lean. Flight level is 70 and OAT is ISA + 20°C. The minimum block fuel is: 325 lbs

-A flight is to be made from one airport (elevation 3000 ft) to another in a multi engine piston aireroplane (MEP1). The cruising level will be FL 110. The temperature at FL 110 is ISA - 10° C. The temperature at the departure aerodrome is -1° C. Calculate the fuel to climb with mixture rich: 6 US gallon

-A flight is to be made in a multi engine piston aeroplane (MEP1). The cruising level will be 11000ft. The outside air temperature at FL is -15 ° C. The usable fuel is 123 US gallons. The power is set to economic cruise. Find the range in NM with 45 min reserve fuel at 45 % power: 752 NM

-A flight is to be made to an airport, pressure altitude 3000 ft, in a multi engine piston aireroplane (MEP1). The forecast OAT for the airport is -1° C. The cruising level will be FL 110, where OAT is -10° C. Calculate the still air descent distance for: 145 KIAS, Rate of descent 1000 ft/min. Gears and flaps up: 20 NM

-A jet aeroplane has a cruising fuel consumption of 4060 kg/h, and 3690 kg/h during holding. If the destination is an isolated airfield, the aeroplane must carry, in addition to contingency reserves, additional fuel of: 8120 kg.

-A jet aeroplane is to fly from A to B. The minimum final reserve fuel must allow for: 30 minutes hold at 1500 ft above destination aerodrome elevation, when no alternate is required.

-A METAR reads : SA1430 35002KY 7000 SKC 21/03 QI024 = Which of the following information is contained in this METAR ? temperature/dewpoint

-A public transport aeroplane with reciprocating engines, the final reserve should be: fuel to fly for 45 minutes

-A repetitive flight plan (RPL) is filed for a scheduled flight: Paris-Orly to Angouleme, Paris Orly as alternate. Following heavy snow falls, Angouleme airport will be closed at the expected time of arrival. The airline decides before departure to plan a re-routing of that flight to Limoges: The RPL must be cancelled for that day and a specific flight plan has to be filed.

-A sector distance is 450 NM long. The TAS is 460 kt. The wind component is 50 kt tailwind. What is the still air distance? 406 Nautical Air Miles (NAM)

-A turbojet aeroplane is prepared for a 1300 NM flight at FL 350, with a true airspeed of 460 kt and a head wind of 160 kt. The take-off runway limitation is 174 000 kg, the planned departure mass is 160 000 kg. The departure fuel price is equal to 0.92 times the arrival fuel price (fuel price ratio = 0.92). In order for the airline to optimize its savings, the additional fuel quantity that must be loaded on board is: 14 000 kg

-A turbojet aeroplane, weighing 200 000 kg, initiates its cruise at the optimum level at M 0.84 (ISA, CG=37%, Total Anti Ice ON). A head wind of 30 kt is experienced and, after a distance of 500 NM, severe icing is encountered and this requires an immediate descent. The aeroplane mass at start of descent is: 192 500 kg

-According to the chart the minimum obstruction clearance altitude (MOCA) is 8500 ft. The meteorological data gives an outside air temperature of -20°C at FL 85. The QNH, given by a met. station at an elevation of 4000ft, is 1003 hPa. What is the minimum pressure altitude which should be flown according to the given MOCA?  8800FT

-Aeroplane arriving via route BLM 2Z only, should follow the following route to EKRON int: BLM R111 to GOLKE int then TRA R-247 inbound to EKRON int

-Aeroplanes intending to use airway UR14 should cross GIBSO intersection (50°45'N 002°30'W) at or above: FL250

-After flying for 16 min at 100 kt TAS with a 20 kt tail wind component, you have to return to the airfield of departure. You will arrive after: 24 min

-An aeroplane flies at an airspeed of 380 kt. lt flies from A to B and back to A. Distance AB = 480 NM. When going from A to B, it experiences a headwind component = 60 kt. The wind remains constant. The duration of the flight will be: 2h 35min

-An aeroplane has the following masses: ESTLWT= 50 000 kg, Trip fuel= 4 300 kg, Contingency fuel= 215 kg, Alternate fuel (final reserve included)= 2 100kg, Taxi= 500 kg, Block fuel= 7 115 kg. Before departure the captain orders to make the block fuel 9 000 kg. The trip fuel in the operational flight plan should read: 4 300 kg.

-An aeroplane has to fly from Abbeville (50°08.1'N 001°51.3'E) to Biggin (51°19.8'N 00°00.2'E). What is the first FL above FL295 that can be flown on an IFR flightplan ?        FL 300

-An aeroplane has to fly from Abbeville (50°08.1'N 001°51.3'E) to Biggin (51°19.8'N 000°00.2'E). What is the distance of this leg ? 100 NM

-An aeroplane has to fly from Abbeville (50°08.1'N 001°51.3'E) to Biggin (51°19.8'N 00°00.2'E). At Biggin you can find : 141°. This is : The magnetic course from Biggin to Abbeville.

-An aeroplane has to fly from Salzburg (48°00.2'N 012°53.6'E) to Klagenfurt (46°37.5'N 014°33.8'E). Which statement is correct ? The airway UB5 can be used for flights to/from Klagenfurt and Salzburg.

-An aeroplane is flying from an airport to another. In cruise, the calibrated airspeed is I50 kt, true airspeed 180 kt, average groundspeed 210 kt, the speed box on the filed flight plan shall be filled as follows: N0180

-An aeroplane is flying VFR and approaching position TANGO VORTAC (48°37'N, 009°16'E) at FL 055 and magnetic course 090°, distance from VORTAC TANGO 20 NM. Name the frequency of the TANGO VORTAC:  112.50 MHz

-An aeroplane is on an IFR flight. The flight is to be changed from IFR to VFR. Is it possible? Yes, the pilot in command must inform ATC using the phrase "cancelling my IFR flight".

-An aircraft flies at a TAS of 380 kt. It flies from A to B and back to A. Distance AB = 480 NM. When going from A to B, it experiences a headwind component = 60 kt. The wind remains constant. The duration of the flight will be: 2h 35min

-An aircraft has a maximum certificated take-off mass of 137000 kg but is operating at take-off mass 135000 kg. In Item 9 of the ATC flight plan its wake turbulence category is: heavy "H"

-An aircraft has to fly from Aalborg (57º06'N 010º00'E) to Bottna (57º45'N 013º48'E) on airway UR46. What is the track distance for this flight? 130 NM

-An aircraft has to fly from Aalborg (57º06'N 010º00'E) to Bottna (57º45'N 013º48'E) on airway UR46. What is the track distance for this flight? 130 NM

-An aircraft has to fly from ALMA (55º25'N 013º34'E) to BACKA (57º33'N 011º59'E) on airways UB45 UH40 and UA9. What is the total track distance for this flight? 143 NM

-An aircraft has to fly from ALMA (55º25'N 013º34'E) to PETER (56º50'N 013º35'E). Excluding RVSM, what is the lowest Flight Level above FL400 that can be flown on an IFR flight Plan? FL 430

-An aircraft has to fly from beacon BEN (57º29'N 007º22'W) to beacon ADN (57º19'N 002º16'W). What is the average True course for this route? 093º

-An aircraft has to fly from Glasgow (55º52'N 004º27'W) to Benbecula (57º29'N 007º22'W), cruising at 320 kt TAS. Assuming a headwind of 40 kt and cruise fuel consumption of 2300 kg/h, what is the forecast fuel used for this flight? 1117 kg

-An aircraft has to fly from GOW (55º52'N 004º27'W) to INS (57º33'N 004º03'W) routing via FINDO (56º22'N 003º28'W). For Flight Planning purposes, what is the track distance for this flight? 117 NM

-An aircraft has to fly from ODIN (55º35'N 010º39'E) to LANDVETTER (57º39'N 012º17'E). What is the magnetic course on this route? 024º

-An aircraft has to fly from Salzburg (48°00.2''N 012°53.6''E) to Klagenfurt (46°37.5''N 014°33.8''E). Which statement is correct? The figure 13.4 means that the minimum grid safe altitude in this sector is 13400 ft above MSL.

-An aircraft has to fly from SHILLING (57º33'N 014º00'E) to ALMA (55º25'N 013º34'E). What is the minimum grid safe altitude for this route? 3200 ft

-An aircraft has to fly from TALLA (55º30'N 003º21'W) to FINDO (56º22'N 003º28'W). Excluding RVSM, what is the first flight Level above FL400 that can be flown on this leg on an IFR flight Plan? FL430

-An aircraft has to fly from the airport at Aberdeen (57º19'N 002º16'W) to the airport at Benbecula (57º29'N 007º22'W). Given: Time to climb 11 min Time to descend is 15 min: TOC is at 3W: TOD is at 6W: TAS 210kts (still air): Find the total journey time? 54 min

-An aircraft has to fly from the beacon TNO (55º46'N 011º26'E) on a direct route to the beacon HAR (57º50'N 012º42'E). What is the magnetic track and distance for this flight? 018º/129NM

-An aircraft has to fly from TIREE (56º29'N 006º53'W) direct to ABERDEEN (57º19'N 002º16'W). What is the minimum grid safe altitude for this route? 5700 ft

-An aircraft has to fly on airways from ALMA (55º25'N 013º34'E) to SHILLING (57º33'N 014º00'E). What is the distance between these two points? 131NM

-An aircraft has to fly on airways from ODIN (55º35'N 010º39'E) to BOTTNA (57º45'N 013º48'E). Which of the following is an acceptable route for this flight? ODN UR156 SKA UH42 BTD

-An aircraft has to fly on airways from SKARA (58º23'N 013º15'E) to SVEDA (56º10'N 012º34'E). Once airborne, if approved, which of the following is an acceptable route for this flight? SKA UH42 BTD UV30 HIL UR1 SVD

-An aircraft has to fly on airways from SVEDA (56º10'N 012º34'E) to SKARA (58º23'N 013º15'E). Which of the following is the correct route? SVD UH40 PAPER UA9 BAK UB44 SKA

-An aircraft is flying at MACH 0.84 at FL 330. The static air temperature is -48°C and the headwind component 52 Kt. At 1338 UTC the controller requests the pilot to cross the meridian of 030W at 1500 UTC. Given the distance to go is 570 NM, the reduced MACH required is: 0.80

-An aircraft is flying from BACKA (57°33''N 011°59''E) to BOTTNA (57°45''N 013°48''E) on airway UR46. Which of the following would be a useful cross-reference to check the aircraft's position at CINDY? HAR161/LAV092

-An aircraft is flying Northbound on the direct route from DEAN CROSS that passes through position 57°00.0''N 003°10.0''W. Excluding RVSM, what is the first flight Level above FL410 that can be used on an IFR flight Plan? FL450

-An aircraft is flying towards GOW (55º52'N 004º27W) on airway UN615 prior to an arrival in the London FIR. According to the information on the chart, what is the most relevant frequency to receive the broadcast weather for London FIR (North)? 126.60

-An aircraft on an extended range operation is required never to be more than 120 minutes from an alternate, based on 1 engine inoperative LRC conditions in ISA. Using the above table and a given mass of 40000 kg at the most critical point, the maximum air distance to the relevant alternate is : 735 NM

-An aircraft plans to depart London at 1000 UTC and arrive at Munich (EDDM) at 1215 UTC. In the ATC flight plan Item 16 (destination/EET) should be entered with: EDDM0215

-An aircraft plans to depart London at 1000 UTC and arrive at Munich (EDDM) at 1215 UTC. In the ATC flight plan Item 16 (destination/EET) should be entered with: EDDM0215

-An aircraft, following a 215° true track, must fly over a 10 600 ft obstacle with a minimum obstacle clearance of 1 500 ft. Knowing the QNH received from an airport close by, which is almost at sea-level, is 1035 and the temperature is ISA -15°C, what is the minimum FL the aircraft should fly at allowing for the temperature variation? 140

-An airway is marked 3500T 2100 a. This indicates that: the minimum obstruction clearance altitude (MOCA) is 3500 ft

-An airway is marked 5000 2900a. The notation 5000 is the: minimum enroute altitude (MEA)

-An airway is marked FL 80 1500 a. This indicates that: the minimum enroute altitude (MEA) is FL 80.

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway A2 from TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30'N 003°21'W) to DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W) is: FL90

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway B3 from CHATILLON CTL 117.6 (49°08'N 003°35'E) to CAMBRAI CMB 112.6 (50°14'N 003°09'E) is : FL170

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway G9 from SUBI SUI 116.7 (52°23'N 014°35'E) to CZEMPIN CZE 114.5 (52°08'N 016°44'E) is: FL70

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway R10 from MONTMEDY MMD 109.4 (49°24'N 005°08'E) to CHATILLON CTL 117.6 (49°08'N 003°35'E) is: FL60

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway UR1 from ORTAC (50°00'N 002°00'W) to MIDHURST MID 114.0 (51°03'N 000°37'W) is: FL250

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway UR24 from NANTES NTS 117.2 (47°09'N 001°37'W) to CAEN CAN 115.4 (49°10'N 000°27'W) is: FL300

-An appropriate flight level for flight on airway W37 from CHEB OKG 115.7 (50°04'N 012°24'E) to RODING RDG 114.7 (49°02'N 012°32'E) is : FL80

-An appropriate flight level for IFR flight in accordance with semi-circular height rules on a course of 180° (M) is: FL100

-An IFR flight is planned outside airways on a course of 235° magnetic. The minimum safe altitude is 7800 ft. Knowing the QNH is 995 hPa, the temperature is ISA, the minimum flight level you must fly is: 100

-An operator shall ensure that calculation of usable fuel for an IFR-flight with a turbojet aeroplane for which no destination alternate is required includes, taxi fuel, trip fuel, contingency fuel and fuel to fly for: 45 minutes at holding speed at 450 m above aerodrome elevation in standard conditions

-Assuming the following data: . Ground distance to be covered: 1 500 NM . Cruise flight level: FL 310 . Cruising speed: Mach 0.82 (true airspeed: 470 kt) . Head wind component: 40 kt . Planned destination landing mass: 140 000 kg . Temperature: ISA + 15° C . CG: 37 % . Total anti-ice: ON . Pack flow: HI Fuel consumption for such a flight is: 23 500 kg

-Assuming the following data: Ground distance to be covered: 2 000 NM, Cruise flight level: FL 330, Cruising speed: Mach 0.82 (true airspeed: 470 kt), Head wind component: 30 kt.Planned destination landing mass: 160 000 kg. Temperature: ISA. CG: 37%. Total anti-ice: ON. Pack flow: HI. Time needed to carry out such a flight is: 4 h 43 min

-During a flight at night a position has to be reported to ATC. The aeroplane is at a distance of 750 NM from the ground station and at flight level 350. The frequency to be used is: 5649 kHz.

-During a VFR flight at a navigational checkpoint the remaining usable fuel in tanks is 60 US gallons. The reserve fuel is 12 US gallons. According to the flight plan the remaining flight time is 1h35min. Calculate the highest acceptable rate of consumption possible for the rest of the trip: 30.3 US gallons/hour

-During an IFR flight in a Beech Bonanza the fuel indicators show that the remaining amount of fuel is 100 lbs after 38 minutes. Fuel at take off is 160lbs. For the alternate fuel, 30 lbs is necessary. The planned fuel for taxi is 13 lbs. Final reserve fuel is estimated at 50 lbs. If the fuel flow remains the same, how many minutes can be flown to the destination with the remaining fuel? 12 minutes.

-During an IFR flight TAS and time appear to deviate from the data in the ATC flight plan. The minimum deviations, that should be reported to ATC in order to conform to PANS-RAC, are: TAS 5% and time 3 minutes.

-Excluding RVSM an appropriate flight level for IFR flight in accordance with semi-circular height rules on a course of 180° (M) is: FL100

-Excluding RVSM an appropriate flight level for IFR flight in accordance with semi-circular height rules on a magnetic course of 200° is: FL310

-Find the distance to the POINT OF SAFE RETURN (PSR). Given: maximum useable fuel 15000 kg, minimum reserve fuel 3500 kg, Outbound: TAS 425 kt, head wind component 30 kt, fuel flow 2150 kg/h, Return: TAS 430 kt, tailwind component 20 kt, fuel flow 2150 kg/h:   1125 NM

-Find the FUEL FLOW for the twin jet aeroplane with regard to the following data. Given: MACH .74 cruise, Flight level 310, Gross mass 50000 kg, ISA conditions: 2300 kg/h

-Find the FUEL MILEAGE PENALTY for the twin jet aeroplane with regard to the given FLIGHT LEVEL . Given: Long range cruise, Cruise mass=53000 kg, FL 310:   4 %

-Find the OPTIMUM ALTITUDE for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Cruise mass=54000 kg, Long range cruise or .74 MACH:   34500 ft

-Find the OPTIMUM ALTITUDE for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Cruise mass=50000 kg, .78 MACH:   35500 ft

-Find the SHORT DISTANCE CRUISE ALTITUDE for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Brake release mass=45000 kg, Temperature=ISA + 20°C, Trip distance=50 Nautical Air Miles (NAM): 10000 ft

-Find the SHORT DISTANCE CRUISE ALTITUDE for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Brake release mass=40000 kg, Temperature=ISA + 20°C, Trip distance=150 Nautical Air Miles (NAM): 30000 ft

-Find: Time, Fuel, Still Air Distance and TAS for an enroute climb 280/.74 to FL 350. Given: Brake release mass 64000 kg, ISA +10°C, airport elevation 3000 ft:   26 min, 1975 kg, 157 Nautical Air Miles (NAM), 399 kt

-Finish the ENDURANCE/FUEL CALCULATION and determine ATC ENDURANCE for a twin jet aeroplane, with the help of the table provided. Contingency is 5% of the planned trip fuel and fuel flow for extra fuel is 2400 kg/h.  ATC ENDURANCE: 04:07

-Flight planning chart for an aeroplane, states that the time to reach FL 190 at a given gross mass is 22 minutes and the distance travelled is 66 NM (no wind). What will be the distance travelled with a average head wind component of 35 kt?   53NM

-Flight planning chart for an aeroplane, states that the time to reach FL 190 at a given gross mass is 22 minutes and the distance travelled is 66 NM (no wind). What will be the distance travelled with a average head wind component of 35 kt? 53 NM

-Flight planning chart for an aircraft states, that the time to reach the cruising level at a given gross mass is 36 minutes and the distance travelled is 157 NM (zero-wind). What will be the distance travelled with an average tailwind component of 60kt ? 193 NM

-Flying from EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E) to EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E). Find magnetic course and the distanc:   Magnetic course 243°, distance 41 NM

-Flying from EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E) to EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E). Find magnetic course and the distance:    Magnetic course 243°, distance 41 NM

-Flying from EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E) to EDTM MELGEN airport (48°03'N, 009°22'E). Find magnetic course and the distance:   Magnetic course 202°, distance 28 NM

-Flying from EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E) to EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E). Find magnetic course and the distance:  Magnetic course 063°, distance 41 NM

-Flying from EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E) to EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E). Determine the highest obstacle within a corridor 5NM left and 5NM right of the courseline:    3760 ft

-Flying from EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12''N, 008°44''E) to EDTM MENGEN airport (48°03''N, 009°22''E). Determine the highest obstacle within a corridor 5NM left and 5 NM right of the courseline: 3760 ft

-Flying from EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E) to EDTM MENGEN airport (48°03'N, 009°22'E). Find magnetic course and the distance:   Magnetic course 108°, distance 27 NM

-Flying from EDTM MELGEN airport (48°03'N, 009°22'E) to EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E). Find magnetic course and the distance:  Magnetic course 288°, distance 27 NM

-Flying from EDTM MELGEN airport (48°03'N, 009°22'E) to EDSZ ROTTWEIL ZEPFENHAN (48°12'N, 008°44'E). Find magnetic course and the distance:  Magnetic course 288°, distance 27 NM

-Flying from EDTM MENGEN airport (48°03''N, 009°22''E) to EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30''N, 009°38''E). Determine the highest obstacle within a corridor 5NM left and 5 NM right of the courseline: 2870 ft

-Flying from EDTM MENGEN airport (48°03'N, 009°22'E) to EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E). Find magnetic course and the distance: Magnetic course 022°, distance 28 NM

-Flying from ERBACH airport (48°21'N, 009°55'E) to POLTRINGEN airport (48°33'N, 008°57'E). Find magnetic course and the distance: Magnetic course 287°, distance 41 NM

-Flying from Position SIGMARINGEN (48°05'N, 009°13'E) to BIBERACH airport (48°07'N, 009°46'E). Find magnetic course and the distance: Magnetic course 086°, distance 22 NM

-Flying from SAULGAU airport (48°02'N, 009°31'E) to ALTENSTADT airport (47°50'N, 010°53'E). Find magnetic course and the distance: Magnetic course 102°, distance 56 NM

-Flying VFR from PEITING (47°48.0'N, 010°55.5'E) to IMMENSTADT (47°33.5'N, 010°13.0'E) determine the magnetic course: 243°

-Flying VFR from PEITING (47°48.0'N, 010°55.5'E) to IMMENSTADT (47°33.5'N, 010°13.0'E) determine the distance: 32 NM

-Flying VFR from PEITING (47°48.0'N, 010°55.5'E) to IMMENSTADT (47°33.5'N, 010°13.0'E).Determine the minimum altitude within a corridor 5NM left and 5 NM right of the courseline in order to stay 1000 ft clear of obstacles: 6900 ft

-Flying VFR from VILLINGEN (48°03.5'N, 008°27.0'E) to FREUDENSTADT (48°28.0'N, 008°24.0'E) determine the magnetic course: 356°

-Flying VFR from VILLINGEN (48°03.5'N, 008°27.0'E) to FREUDENSTADT (48°28.0'N, 008°24.0'E) determine the distance: 24 NM

-Flying VFR from VILLINGEN (48°03.5'N, 008°27.0'E) to FREUDENSTADT (48°28.0'N, 008°24.0'E).Determine the minimum altitude within a corridor 5NM left and 5 NM right of the courseline in order to stay 1000 ft clear of obstacles: 3900 ft

-For a flight of 1900 ground nautical miles the following apply : Head wind component 10 kt Temperature ISA -5°C Trip fuel available 15000 kg Landing mass 50000kg What is the minimum cruise level (pressure altitude) which may be planned ? 17000 ft

-For a flight of 2000 ground nautical miles, cruising at 30000 ft, within the limits of the data given, a headwind component of 25 kt will affect the trip time by approximately : +7.6%

-For a flight of 2400 ground nautical miles the following apply : Temperature ISA -10°C Cruise altitude 29000ft Landing mass 45000kg Trip fuel available 16000kg What is the maximum headwind component which may be accepted ? 35 kt

-For a flight of 2400 ground nautical miles the following apply : Tail wind 25kt Temperature ISA - 10°C Brake release mass 66000kg The (a) trip fuel and (b) trip time respectively are : (a) 14000kg (b) 5hr 35 min

-For a flight of 2400 ground nautical miles the following apply : Tail wind component 25 kt Temperature ISA -10°C Cruise altitude 31000ft Landing mass 52000kg The (a) trip fuel and (b) trip time respectively are : (a) 14200kg (b) 5 hr 30 min

-For a flight of 2800 ground nautical miles the following apply : Head wind component 15 kt Temperature ISA + 15°C Cruise altitude 35000 ft Landing mass 50000 kg The (a) trip fuel and (b) trip time respectively are : (a) 17600 kg (b) 6 hr 50 min

-For a flight of 2800 ground nautical miles the following apply : Head wind component 20 kt Temperature ISA + 15°C Brake release mass 64700 kg The (a) trip fuel, and (b) trip time respectively are : (a) 17000 kg (b) 6hr 45 min

-For a flight of 2800 ground nautical miles the following apply: Tail wind component 45kt, Temperature ISA - 10°C, Cruise altitude 29000ft, Landing mass 55000kg. The (a) trip fuel (b) trip time respectively are : (a) 17100kg (b) 6hr 07 min

-For a flight of 3500 ground nautical miles, the following apply : Tail wind component 50 kt Temperature ISA +10°C Brake release mass 65000kg The (a) trip fuel and (b) trip time respectively are : (a) 18100 kg (b) 7hr 20 min

-For a long distance flight at FL 390, "Long Range" regime, divided into four flight legs with the following characteristics: - segment AB - Ground distance: 2 000 NM. head wind component: 50 kt - segment BC - Ground distance: 1 000 NM. head wind component: 30 kt - segment CD - Ground distance: 500 NM. tail wind component: 100 kt - segment DE - Ground distance: 1 000 NM. head wind component: 70 kt The air distance of the entire flight is approximately: 4 900 NM

-For a planned flight the calculated fuel is as follows: Flight time: 2h42min The reserve fuel, at any time, should not be less than 30% of the remaining trip fuel. Taxi fuel: 9 kg Block fuel: 136 kg How much fuel should remain after 2 hours flight: 25 kg trip fuel and 8 kg reserve fuel.

-For a repetitive ATC flight plan (RPL) to be used, flights must take place on a regular basis on at least: 10 occasions

-For an ATC flight plan filed before the flight, the indicated time of departure is: the estimated off-block time

-For flight planning purposes the landing mass at alternate is taken as: Zero Fuel Mass plus Final Reserve Fuel and Contingency Fuel.

-For runway 33 arrivals from the east and south, the Initial Approach Fix (IAF) inbound from airway UR10 is : VTB

-For the purpose of planning an extended range flight it is required that with a start of diversion mass of 55000kg a diversion of 600 nautical miles should be achieved in 90 minutes. Using the above table, the only listed cruise technique to meet that requirement is : M/KIAS .74/330

-For the purposes of Item 9 (Wake turbulence category) of the ATC flight plan, an aircraft with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 62000 kg is: medium "M"

-For turbojet engine driven aeroplane, given:Taxi fuel - 600kg Fuel flow for cruise - 10 000 kg/h Fuel flow for holding - 8 000 kg/h Alternate fuel - 10 200 kg Planned flight time to destination - 6 h Forecast visibility at destination - 2000 m The minimum ramp fuel required is: 77 800 kg

-From the options given below select those flights which require flight plan notification: I - Any Public Transport flight. 2 - Any IFR flight 3 - Any flight which is to be carried out in regions which are designated to ease the provision of the Alerting Service or the operations of Search and Rescue. 4 - Any cross-border flights 5 - Any flight which involves overflying wáter: 2,4

-From which of the following would you expect to find details of the Search and Rescue organisation and procedures (SAR) ? AIP

-From which of the following would you expect to find facilitation information regarding customs and health formalities ? AIP

-From which of the following would you expect to find information regarding known short unserviceability of VOR, TACAN, and NDB ? NOTAM

-From which of the following would you expect to find the dates and times when temporary danger areas are active: NOTAM and AIP

-From which of the following would you expect to find the dates and times when temporary danger areas are active:   NOTAM and AIP

-Give the frequency of STUTTGART ATIS: 126.125 MHz

-Give the frequency of ZURICH VOLMET:  127.20 MHz

-Give the name and frequency of the Flight Information Service for an aeroplane in position (47°59'N, 010°14'E):   MUNCHEN INFORMATION 126.95 MHz

-Given : Brake release mass : 58 000 kg Temperature : ISA + 15 The fuel required to climb from an aerodrome at elevation 4000 ft to FL300 is : 1250 kg

-Given : Brake release mass : 62 000 kg Temperature : ISA + 15°C The fuel required for a climb from Sea Level to FL330 is : 1700 kg

-Given : brake release mass 57 500 kg, temperature ISA -10°C; head wind component 16 kt initial FL 280. Find: still air distance (NAM) and ground distance (NM) for the climb:   62 NAM, 59 NM

-Given : Course A to B 088° (T), distance 1250 NM, Mean TAS 330 kt, Mean W/V 340°/60 kt. The time from A to the PET between A and B is : 1 hour 43 minutes

-Given : Distance A to B 3060 NM, Mean groundspeed 'out' 440 kt, Mean groundspeed 'back' 540 kt, Safe Endurance 10 hours. The time to the Point of Safe Return (PSR) is: 5 hours 31 minutes

-Given : Distance B - C : 1200 NM Cruise Mach 0.78 at FL300 Temperature Deviation from ISA : -14°C Tailwind component :40 kt Gross mass at B : 50 200 kg The fuel required from B - C is : 6150 kg

-Given : Distance B - C : 350 NM Cruise 300 KIAS at FL 210 Temperature : - 40°C Tailwind component :70 kt Gross mass at B : 53 200 kg The fuel required from B - C is : 1940 kg

-Given : Distance C - D : 3200 NM Long Range Cruise at FL 340 Temperature Deviation from ISA : +12°C Tailwind component : 50 kt Gross mass at C : 55 000 kg The fuel required from C - D is : 14 500 kg

-Given : Distance C - D : 540 NM Cruise 300 KIAS at FL 210 Temperature Deviation from ISA : +20°C Headwind component : 50 kt Gross mass at C : 60 000 kg The fuel required from C to D is : 4200 kg

-Given : Distance C - D : 680NM Long Range Cruise at FL340 Temperature Deviation from ISA : 0° C Headwind component : 60 kt Gross mass at C : 44 700 kg The fuel required from C - D is : 3700 kg

-Given : Distance to Alternate : 400 NM Landing mass at Alternate : 50 000kg Headwind component : 25 kt The alternate fuel required is : 2800 kg

-Given : Distance X to Y 2700 NM, Mach Number 0.75, Temperature -45°C, Mean wind component 'on', 10 kt tailwind, Mean wind compontent 'back' 35 kt tailwind. The distance from X to the point of equal time (PET) between X and Y is : 1386 NM

-Given : Standard Empty Mass 1764 lbs, Optional Equipment 35 lbs Pilot + Front seat passenger 300 lbs Cargo Mass 350 lbs Ramp Fuel = Block Fuel 60 Gal. Trip Fuel 35 Gal. Fuel density 6 lbs/Gal. Start up and Taxy Fuel 10 lbs:  2799 lbs

-Given :FL 330; long range cruise; OAT -63°C; gross mass 50 500 kg. Find: true airspeed (TAS):   420 kt

-Given a trip time of about 9 hours, within the limits of the data given, a temperature decrease of 30°C will affect the trip time by approximately : + 7%

-Given the following : Head wind component 50 kt Temperature ISA + 10°C Brake release mass 65000kg Trip fuel available 18000kg What is the maximum possible trip distance ? 2740 NM

-Given the following: D = flight distance X = distance to Point of Equal Time GSo = groundspeed out GSr = groundspeed return The correct formula to find distance to Point of Equal Time is: X = D x GSr / (GSo + GSr)

-Given: . Take-off mass: 150 000 kg . Planned cruise at FL 350 . Long range MACH . Standard Atmosphere (ISA) . CG: 37 % You have to cover an air distance of 2 000 NM. Your flight time will be: 304 minutes

-Given: Aeroplane mass at start-up 3663 lbs, Aviation gasoline (density 6 lbs/gal)-fuel load 74 gal, Take-off altitude sea level, Headwind 40 kt, Cruising altitude 8000 ft, Power setting full throttle 2300 RPM 20°C lean of peak EGT. Calculate the range:   633 NM

-Given: Aeroplane mass at start-up 3663 lbs, Aviation gasoline (density 6 lbs/gal)-fuel load 74 gal, Take-off altitude sea level, Headwind 40 kt, Cruising altitude 8000 ft, Power setting full throttle 2300 RPM 20°C lean of peak EGT. Calculate the ground range: 633 NM

-Given: Brake release mass 57500 kg, Initial FL 280, average temperature during climb ISA -10°C, average head wind component 18 kt. Find: Climb time for enroute climb 280/.74:    13 MIN

-Given: Brake release mass 57500 kg, Temperature ISA -10°C, Average headwind component 16 kt, Initial FL 280. Find: Climb fuel for enroute climb 280/.74:   1138 kg

-Given: Brake release mass 57500 kg, Temperature ISA -10°C, Headwind component 16 kt, Initial FL 280. Find: Still air distance (NAM) and ground distance (NM) for the enroute climb 280/.74:   62 NAM, 59 NM

-Given: Distance A to B 2050 NM Mean groundspeed 'on' 440 kt Mean groundspeed 'back' 540 kt The distance to the point of equal time (PET) between A and B is: 1130 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 1100 NM True track 280 W/V 100/80 TAS 440 kt What is the distance time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 450 NM Time: 52 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 1345 NM GS Out 480 kt GS Home 360 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point? 72 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 140 NM GS Out 90 kt GS Home 80 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 66 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 150 NM True track 020 W/V 180/30 TAS 130 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 59 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 150 NM True track 142 W/V 200/15 TAS 132 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 79 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 165 NM True track 055 W/V 360/20 TAS 105 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 92 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 180 NM True track 310 W/V 010/20 TAS 115 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 98 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 1860 NM GS Out 360 kt GS Home 400 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point? 163 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 1950 NM GS Out 400 kt GS Home 300 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point? 125 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 2200 NM True track 150 W/V 330/50 TAS 460 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 980 NM Time: 115 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 2380 NM GS Out 420 kt GS Home 520 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point? 188 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 250 NM GS Out 130 kt GS Home 100 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 109 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 2500 NM GS Out 540 kt GS Home 470 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point? 129 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 256 NM GS Out 160 kt GS Home 110 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 104 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 270 NM True track 030 W/V 120/35 TAS 125 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 135 NM Time: 68 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 2800 NM True track 140 W/V 140/100 TAS 500 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 1680 NM Time: 252 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 285 NM True track 348 W/V 280/25 TAS 128 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 153 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 285 NM True track 348 W/V 280/25 TAS 128 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 153 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 285 NM True track 348 W/V 280/25 TAS 128 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 153 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 315 NM True track 343 W/V 015/15 TAS 100 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 176 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 338 NM True track 045 W/V 225/35 TAS 120 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 120 NM Time: 46 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 340 NM GS Out 150 kt GS Home 120 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 151 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 340 NM True track 320 W/V 160/40 TAS 110 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 112 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 350 NM True track 320 W/V 350/30 TAS 130 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 210 NM Time: 122 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 350 NM True track 320 W/V 350/30 TAS 130 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 210 NM Time: 121 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 435 NM GS Out 110 kt GS Home 130 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 236 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 470 NM True track 237 W/V 300/25 TAS 125 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 256 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 500 NM GS Out 95 kt GS Home 125 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 284 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 500 NM True track 090 W/V 090/20 TAS 150 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 283 NM Time: 131 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 500 NM True track 090 W/V 090/20 TAS 150 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 283 NM Time: 131 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 875 NM True track 240 W/V 060/50 TAS 500 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point? Distance: 394 NM Time: 43 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 95 NM True track 105 W/V 060/15 TAS 140 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point? 51 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination 950 NM GS Out 275 kt GS Home 225 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point? 93 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 1000 NM Safe Endurance: 4 h TAS: 500 kt Ground Speed Out: 550 kt Ground Speed Home: 450 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 990 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 150 NM Safe Endurance: 2,4 h True Track: 250 W/V:280/15 TAS: 120 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 142 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 150 NM Safe Endurance: 3,2 h TAS: 90 kt Ground Speed Out: 100 kt Ground Speed Home: 80 kt What is the distance and time of the PSR from the departure point? Distance: 142 NM Time: 85 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 1500 NM Safe Endurance: 4,5 h TAS: 450 kt Ground Speed Out: 480 kt Ground Speed Home: 410 kt What is the time of the PSR from the departure point? 124 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 180 NM Endurance: 2 h TAS: 120 kt Ground Speed Out: 135 kt Ground Speed Home: 105 kt What is the distance and time of the PSR from the departure point? Distance: 118 NM Time: 53 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 180 NM Safe Endurance: 2,8 h True Track: 065 W/V: 245/25 TAS: 100 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 131 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 180 NM Safe Endurance: 2 h TAS: 120 kt Ground Speed Out: 135 kt Ground Speed Home: 105 kt What is the distance and time of the PSR from the departure point? Distance: 118 NM Time: 53 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 190 NM Safe Endurance: 2,4 h True Track: 120 W/V: 030/40 TAS: 130 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 148 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 200 NM Safe Endurance: 3 h TAS: 130 kt Ground Speed Out: 150 kt Ground Speed Home: 110 kt What is the distance PSR from the departure point? 190 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 2000 NM Safe Endurance: 5 h TAS: 500 kt Ground Speed Out: 480 kt Ground Speed Home: 520 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 1248 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 210 NM Safe Endurance: 2,5 h True Track: 035 W/V: 250/20 TAS: 105 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 127 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 210 NM Safe Endurance: 3,5 h True Track: 310 W/V: 270/30 TAS: 120 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 200 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 215 NM Safe Endurance: 3,3 h True Track: 005 W/V: 290/15 TAS: 125 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 205 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 240 NM Safe Endurance: 3,5 h TAS: 125 kt Ground Speed Out: 110 kt Ground Speed Home: 140 kt What is the distance and time of the PSR from the departure point? Distance: 216 NM Time: 118 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 2450 NM Safe Endurance: 7,5 h TAS: 410 kt Ground Speed Out: 360 kt Ground Speed Home: 460 kt What is the time of the PSR from the departure point? 252 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 260 NM Safe Endurance: 4,1 h True Track:150 W/V: 100/30 TAS: 110 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 213 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 300 NM Safe Endurance: 4 h TAS: 110 kt Ground Speed Out: 120 kt Ground Speed Home: 100 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 218 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 3000 NM Safe Endurance: 8 h TAS: 520 kt Ground Speed Out: 600 kt Ground Speed Home: 440 kt What is the time of the PSR from the departure point? 203 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 320 NM Safe Endurance: 4,3 h True Track: 120 W/V: 180/40 TAS: 130 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 262 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 320 NM Safe Endurance: 4,3 h True Track: 120 W/V: 180/40 TAS: 130 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 262 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 330 NM Safe Endurance: 5 h True Track:170 W/V: 140/25 TAS: 125 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 303 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 330 NM Safe Endurance: 5 h True Track:170 W/V: 140/25 TAS: 125 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 303 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 360 NM Safe Endurance: 4,5 h True Track: 345 W/V: 260/30 TAS: 140 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 308 NM

Given: Distance from departure to destination: 3750 NM Safe Endurance: 9,5 h True Track: 360 W/V: 360/50 TAS: 480 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 2255 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 400 NM Safe Endurance: 2,5 h TAS: 115 kt Ground Speed Out: 130 kt Ground Speed Home: 105 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 145 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 410 NM Safe Endurance: 3,6 h True Track: 055 W/V: 180/35 TAS: 120 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 203 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 4630 NM Safe Endurance: 12,4 h True Track: 240 W/V: 060/80 TAS: 530 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 3211 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 480 NM Safe Endurance: 5 h True Track: 315 W/V: 100/20 TAS: 115 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 280 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 500 NM Safe Endurance: 4 h TAS: 140 kt Ground Speed Out: 150 kt Ground Speed Home: 130 kt What is the distance and time of the PSR from the departure point? Distance: 279 NM Time: 111 min

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 5000 NM Safe Endurance: 10 h TAS: 450 kt Ground Speed Out: 500 kt Ground Speed Home: 400 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 2222 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 550 NM Endurance: 3,6 h True Track: 200 W/V: 220/15 TAS: 130 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 231 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 550 NM Safe Endurance: 3,6 h True Track: 200 W/V: 220/15 TAS: 130 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 231 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 6340 NM Safe Endurance: 15 h True Track: 090 W/V: 270/100 TAS: 520 kt What is the distance of the PSR from the departure point? 3756 NM

-Given: Distance from departure to destination: 950 NM Safe Endurance: 3,5 h TAS: 360 kt Ground Speed Out: 320 kt Ground Speed Home: 400 kt What is the distance and time of the PSR from the departure point? Distance: 622 NM Time: 117 min

-Given: distance from WP 3 to WP 4 = 750 NM, TAS out 430 kt, TAS return 425 kt, Tailwind component out 30 kt, head wind component return 40 kt: 342 NM

-Given: Distance to alternate 950 NM Head wind component 20 kt Mass at point of diversion 50000kg Diversion fuel available 5800kg The minimum pressure altitude at which the above conditions may be met is : 24000ft

-Given: Distance to Alternate: 450 NM Landing mass at Alternate : 45 000 kg Tailwind component : 50 kt The Alternate fuel required is : 2500 kg

-Given: Distance X to Y 2700 NM Mach Number 0.75 Temperature -45°C Mean wind component ''on'' 10 kt tailwind Mean wind component ''back'' 35 kt tailwind The distance from X to the point of equal time (PET) between X and Y is: 1386 NM

-Given: Diversion distance 650 NM Diversion pressure altitude 16 000 ft Mass at point of diversion 57 000 kg Head wind component 20 kt Temperature ISA + 15°C The diversion (a) fuel required and (b) time, are approximately : (a) 4800kg (b) 2h 03min

-Given: Diversion distance 720NM Tail wind component 25kt Mass at point of diversion 55000kg Temperature ISA Diversion fuel available 4250kg What is the minimum pressure altitude at which the above conditions may be met ? 25000ft

-Given: Diversion fuel available 8500kg Diversion cruise altitude 10000ft Mass at point of diversion 62500kg Head wind component 50kt Temperature ISA -5°C The (a) maximum diversion distance, and (b) elapsed time alternate, are approximately : (a) 860 NM (b) 3h 20 min

-Given: Dry Operating Mass = 33000 kg Traffic Load= 8110 kg Final Reserve Fuel= 983 kg Alternate Fuel= 1100 kg Contingency Fuel 102 kg The estimated landing mass at alternate should be: 42195 kg.

-Given: Dry Operating Mass = 33510 kg Traffic Load= 7600 kg Trip Fuel = 2040 kg Final Reserve Fuel= 983 kg Alternate Fuel= 1100 kg Contingency Fuel= 5% of Trip Fuel Which of the listed estimated masses is correct? Estimated landing mass at destination= 43295 kg.

-Given: estimated dry operation mass 35 500 kg; estimated load 14 500 kg; final reserve fuel 1200 kg; distance to alternate 95 NM; average true track 219°; head wind component 10 kt Find : fuel and time to alternate: 1 100 kg; 25 min

-Given: estimated take-off mass 57 000 kg; still air distance 150 NAM; outside air temperature (OAT) ISA -10C; cruise at 0.74 Mach. Find : cruise altitude and expected true airspeed: 25 000 ft; 435 kt

-Given: estimated take-off mass 57 500 kg; initial cruise FL 280; average temperature during climb ISA -10°C; average head wind component 18 kt. Find: climb time:   13 min

-Given: Estimated take-off mass 57000 kg, Ground distance 150 NM, Temperature ISA -10°C, Cruise at .74 Mach. Find: Cruise altitude and expected true air speed: 25000 ft, 435 kt

-Given: FL 370; M=0.74: OAT=-47°C The TAS is: 434 kt.

-Given: FL 70, OAT -19°C. Lean mixture 2300 RPM. Find: Fuel flow in gallons per hour (GPH) and TAS: 12.35 GPH, TAS: 159 kt

-Given: FL 75, Lean mixture, Full throttle, 2300 RPM. Take-off fuel: 444 lbs, Take-off from MSL. Find: Endurance in hours and minutes:  05 hours 12 minutes

-Given: FL 75, OAT +10°C, Lean mixture, 2300 RPM. Find: Fuel flow in gallons per hour (GPH) and TAS: 11.6 GPH TAS: 160 kt

-Given: FL 75, OAT: +5°C, During climb: average head wind component 20 kt. Take-off from MSL with the initial mass of 3 650 lbs. Find: Time and fuel to climb:  9 min. 3,3 USG

-Given: FL 75, OAT: +5°C, During climb: average head wind component 20 kt. Take-off from MSL with the initial mass of 3 650 lbs. Find: Still air distance (NAM) and ground distance (NM) using the graph "time, fuel, distance to climb".18 NAM. 15 NM.

-Given: flight time from top of climb to the enroute point in FL280 is 48 min. Cruise procedure is long range cruise (LRC).Temp. ISA -5° C. Take-off mass 56 000 kg. Climb fuel 1 100 kg. Find: distance in nautical air miles (NAM) for this leg and fuel consumption: 345 NAM; 2000 kg

-Given: Fuel density = 0,78 kg/l Dry operating mass = 33500 kg Traffic load = 10 600 kg Maximum allowable take-off mass = 66200 kg Taxi fuel = 200 kg Tank capacity = 22 500 Litres The maximum possible take-off fuel is: 17 350 kg

-Given: ground distance to destination aerodrome 1 600 NM; headwind component 50 kt; FL 330; cruise 0.78 Mach; ISA + 20 ° C; estimated landing weight 55000 kg . Find: simplified flight planning to determine estimated trip fuel and trip time:  12 400 kg. 03h 55 min

-Given: Leg Moulins(N46 42.4 E003 38.0)/Dijon(N47 16.3 E005 05.9). Find: Route designator and total distance:  Direct route, 69 NM

-Given: Long range cruise, OAT -45°C at FL 350, Gross mass at the beginning of the leg 40000 kg, Gross mass at the end of the leg 39000 kg. Find: True air speed (TAS) and cruise distance (NAM) for a twin jet aeroplane: TAS 433 kt, 227 NAM

-Given: long range cruise: temp. -63° C at FL 330, initial gross mass enroute 54 100 kg; leg flight time 29 min.Find: fuel consumption for this leg: 1 100 kg

-Given: long range cruise; outside air temperature (OAT) -45 ° C in FL 350; mass at the beginning of the leg 40 000 kg; mass at the end of the leg 39 000 kg. Find: true airspeed (TAS) at the end of the leg and the distance (NAM):   TAS 431 kt; 227 NAM

-Given: Maximum allowable take-off mass 64 400 kg; maximum landing mass 56200 kg; maximum zero fuel mass 53 000 kg; dry operating mass 35 500 kg; estimated load 14 500 kg; estimated trip fuel 4 900 kg; minimum take-off fuel 7 400 kg. Find: maximum additional load: 3 000 kg

-Given: Maximum allowable take-off mass 64400 kg, Maximum landing mass 56200 kg, Maximum zero fuel mass 53000 kg, Dry operating mass 35500 kg, Traffic load 14500 kg, Trip fuel 4900 kg, Minimum Take-off Fuel 7400 kg. Find: Maximum allowable take-off fuel:   11100 kg

-Given: Maximum allowable take-off mass 64400 kg, Maximum landing mass 56200 kg, Maximum zero fuel mass 53000 kg, Dry operating mass 35500 kg, Traffic load 14500 kg, Trip fuel 4900 kg, Take-off fuel 7400 kg. Find: Maximum additional load:  3000 kg

-Given: Maximum Take-off Mass: 62 800 kg Maximum Zero Fuel Mass: 51 250 kg Maximum Landing Mass: 54 900 kg Maximum Taxi Mass: 63 050 kg Trip fuel: 1 800 kg Alternate fuel: 1 400 kg Holding fuel (final reserve): 1 225 kg Dry Operating Mass: 34 000 kg Traffic Load: 13 000 kg, Catering: 750 kg, Baggage: 3 500 kg. Find the Take-off Mass (TOM): 51 515 kg.

-Given: Maximum useable fuel 15000 kg, Minimum reserve fuel 3500 kg, TAS out 425 kt, Head wind component out 30 kt, TAS return 430 kt, Tailwind component return 20 kt, Average fuel flow 2150 kg/h:   2 h 51 min

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 1h 10mins, assuming other flight data remains constant, what fuel will be expected on arrival overhead MIKE? 1300 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 40 minutes, assuming other flight data remains constant, what fuel will be expected on arrival overhead MIKE? 1900 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 57 minutes, assuming other flight data remains constant, what fuel will be expected on arrival overhead MIKE? 1720 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 1hr 08mins, assuming other flight data remains constant, what fuel will be expected on arrival overhead MIKE? 1272 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 45 minutes, assuming other flight data remains constant, what fuel will be expected on arrival overhead MIKE? 1384kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 1hr 06mins, assuming other flight data remains constant, what fuel will be expected on arrival overhead MIKE? 1706 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Provided that flight conditions on the leg GAMMA to DELTA remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint DELTA? 4940 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Provided that flight conditions on the leg GAMMA to DELTA remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint DELTA? 4550 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 100 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2950 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 110 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2000 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 45 min. Provided that flight conditions on the direct leg GAMMA to MIKE remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint MIKE? 1384kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 1h 06. Provided that flight conditions on the direct leg GAMMA to MIKE remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint MIKE? 1706 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 57 min. Provided that flight conditions on the direct leg GAMMA to MIKE remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint MIKE? 1720 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 115 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2230 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 42 min. Provided that flight conditions on the direct leg GAMMA to MIKE remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint MIKE? 1475 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 100 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2600 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 40 min. Provided that flight conditions on the direct leg GAMMA to MIKE remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint MIKE? 1900 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Arriving overhead GAMMA you are cleared for direct routeing to MIKE. The flight time for direct flight GAMMA to MIKE will be 1h 08min. Provided that flight conditions on the direct leg GAMMA to MIKE remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint MIKE? 1272 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Provided that flight conditions on the leg GAMMA to DELTA remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint DELTA? 4690 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Provided that flight conditions on the leg GAMMA to DELTA remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint DELTA? 4640 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Provided that flight conditions on the leg GAMMA to DELTA remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint DELTA? 4220 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 105 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 3260 kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 110 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2625kg

-Given: Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Provided that flight conditions on the leg GAMMA to DELTA remain unchanged and fuel consumption remains unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint DELTA? 4475 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section).After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 2h 20 min and the fuel flow will be 780 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5440 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 2h 20 min and the fuel flow will be 780 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport?    5440 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 10min and the fuel flow will be 900 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5987 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 2h 20 min and the fuel flow will be 780 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5440 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 30min and the fuel flow will be 600kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5642 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 20min and the fuel flow will be 720 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5874 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 10min and the fuel flow will be 600kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5849 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 50min and the fuel flow will be 840 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5890 kg

-Given: Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section). After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 20min and the fuel flow will be 720kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5669 kg

-Given: Take-off mass 3500 lbs, departure aerodrome pressure altitude 2500 ft, OAT +10°C, First cruising level: FL 140, OAT -5°C. Find the time, fuel and still air distance to climb:  22 min, 6.7 GAL, 45 NAM

-Given: true course (TC) 017; W/V 340/30; TAS 420 kt Find: wind correction angle (WCA) and ground speed (GS): WCA -2° ; GS 396 kt

-Given: True course (TC) 017°, W/V 340°/30 kt, True air speed (TAS) 420 kt Find: Wind correction angle (WCA) and ground speed (GS):   WCA -2°, GS 396 kt

-Given: twin jet aeroplane, Dry operating mass 35500 kg, Traffic load 14500 kg, Final reserve fuel 1200 kg, Distance to alternate 95 NM, Tailwind component 10 kt Find: Fuel required and trip time to alternate with simplified flight planning (ALTERNATE PLANNING):   1000 kg, 24 min

-Given: twin jet aeroplane, Estimated mass on arrival at the alternate 50000 kg, Estimated mass on arrival at the destination 52525 kg, Alternate elevation MSL, Destination elevation 1500 ft Find: Final reserve fuel and corresponding time: 1180 kg, 30 min

-Given: twin jet aeroplane, Estimated mass on arrival at the alternate 50000 kg, Elevation at destination aerodrome 3500 ft, Elevation at alternate aerodrome 30 ft Find: Final reserve fuel:  1180 kg

-Given: twin jet aeroplane, FL 330, Long range cruise, Outside air temperature -63°C, Gross mass 50500 kg. Find: True air speed (TAS): 420 kt

-Given: Twin jet aeroplane, Ground distance to destination aerodrome is 1600 NM, Headwind component 50 kt, FL 330, Cruise .78 Mach, ISA Deviation +20°C and Landing mass 55000 kg Find: Fuel required and trip time with simplified flight planning: 12400 kg, 04 h 00 min

-Given: twin jet aeroplane, Zero fuel mass 50000 kg, Landing mass at alternate 52000 kg, Final reserve fuel 2000 kg, Alternate fuel 1000 kg, Flight to destination: Distance 720 NM, True course 030°, W/V 340°/30 kt, Long range cruise, FL 330, Outside air temperature -30°C Find: Estimated trip fuel and time with simplified flight planning: 4800 kg, 01 h 51 min

-Given: X = Distance A to point of equal time (PET) between A and B E = Endurance D = Distance A to B O = Groundspeed 'on' H = Groundspeed 'back' The formula for calculating the distance X to point of equal time (PET) is: X = D x H / (O + H)

-Given: X = Distance A to point of equal time (PET) between A and B E = Endurance D = Distance A to B O = Groundspeed 'on' H = Groundspeed 'back' The formula for calculating the distance X to point of equal time (PET) is: X = D x H/ O + H

-Given:maximum allowable take-off mass 64 400 kg, maximum landing mass 56 200 kg, maximum zero fuel mass 53 000 kg, dry operating mass 35 500 kg, estimated load 14 500 kg, estimated trip fuel 4 900kg, minimum take-off fuel 7 400 kg. Find the maximum allowable take-off fuel: 11 100 kg

-Given:Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt.Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 100 KT.If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2600 kg

-Given:Planning data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt (Fuel Planning Section).After a balked landing at the destination airport, you have to divert to the alternate airport with the gear extended. The re-calculated flight time to the alternate due to the reduced speed is 1h 10min and the fuel flow will be 900 kg/h. Final Reserve Fuel remains unchanged. What will be the estimated landing mass at the alternate airport? 5987 kg

-How many feet you have to climb to reach FL 75? Given: FL 75; departure aerodrome elevation 1500 ft; QNH = 1023 hPa; temperature = ISA; 1 hPa = 30 ft:    6300 ft.

-How many hours in advance of EOBT should a ATC flight plan be filed in the case of flights into areas subject to air traffic flow management (ATFM)? 3:00 hours.

-If a pilot lands at an aerodrome other than the destination aerodrome specified in the flight plan, he must ensure that the ATS unit at the destination aerodrome is informed within a certain number of minutes of his planned ETA at destination. This number of minutes is:30

-If CAS is 190 kts, Altitude 9000 ft. Temp. ISA - 10°C, True Course (TC) 350°, W/V 320/40, distance from departure to destination is 350 NM, endurance 3 hours, and actual time of departure is 1105 UTC. The Point of Equal Time (PET) is reached at: 1213 UTC

-If CAS is 190 kts, Altitude 9000 ft. Temp. ISA - 10°C, True Course (TC) 350°, W/V 320/40, distance from departure to destination is 350 NM, endurance 3 hours and actual time of departure is 1105 UTC. The distance from departure to Point of Equal Time (PET): 203 NM

-If routeing along the Barcelona VFR corridors from Reus REP to SAN CELONI, what is the maximum altitude available without changing? 2000 ft

-If your destination airport has no ICAO indicator, in the appropriate box of your ATC flight plan, you write: ZZZZ

-In a flight plan when the destination aerodrome is A and the alternate aerodrome is B, the final reserve fuel for a turbojet engine aeroplane corresponds to: 30 minutes holding 1,500 feet above aerodrome B

-In an ATC flight plan Item 15 (route), in terms of latitude and longitude, a significant point at 41°35' north 4°15' east should be entered as: 4135N00415E

-In an ATC flight plan Item 15, in order to define a position as a bearing and distance from a VOR, the group of figures should consist of: VOR ident, magnetic bearing and distance in nautical miles

-In an ATC flight plan, Item 15 (route), a cruising pressure altitude of 32000 feet would be entered as: F320

-In order to find ALTERNATE FUEL and TIME TO ALTERNATE, the AEROPLANE OPERATING MANUAL shall be entered with: distance in nautical miles (NM), wind component, landing mass at alternate

-In order to get alternate fuel and time, the twin -jet aeroplane operations manual graph shall be entered with: Distance (NM), wind component, landing mass at alternate.

-In the appropriate box of an ATC flight plan form, concerning equipment, the letter to be used to indicate that the aircraft is equipped with a mode A 4096 codes transponder with altitude reporting capability is:  C

-In the appropriate box of an ATC flight plan form, corresponding to the estimated time of departure, the time indicated is that at which the aircraft intends to: go off blocks

-In the appropriate box of an ATC flight plan, for endurance, one must indicate the time corresponding to: the total usable fuel on board

-In the ATC flight plan Item 10 (equipment), the letter to indicate the carriage of a serviceable transponder - mode A (4 digits-4096 codes) and mode C, is: C

-In the ATC flight plan Item 13, in a flight plan submitted before departure, the departure time entered is the: estimated off-block time

-In the ATC flight plan Item 15 (Cruising speed), when not expressed as a Mach number, cruising speed is expressed as: TAS

-In the ATC flight plan Item 15, a cruising speed of 470 knots will be entered as: N0470

-In the ATC flight plan item 15, it is necessary to enter any point at which a change of cruising speed takes place. For this purpose a "change of speed" is defined as: 5% TAS or 0.01 Mach or more

-In the ATC flight plan item 15, when entering a route for which standard departure (SID) and standard arrival (STAR) procedures exist: both should be entered in the ATC plan where appropriate

-In the ATC flight plan Item 19, if the number of passengers to be carried is not known when the plan is ready for filing: "TBN" (to be notified) may be entered in the relevant box

-In the ATS flight plan Item 10, "standard equipment" is considered to be : VHF RTF, ADF, VOR and ILS

-In the ATS flight plan Item 15, for a flight along a designated route, where the departure aerodrome is not on or connected to that route : the letters "DCT" should be entered, followed by the point of joining the ATS route

-In the ATS flight plan Item 19, emergency and survival equipment carried on the flight should be indicated by : crossing out the box relevant to any equipment not carried

-In the ATS flight plan item 7, for a radio equipped aircraft, the identifier must always : be the RTF callsign to be used

-In the ATS flight plan, for a non-scheduled flight which of the following letters should be entered in Item 8 (Type of Flight): N

-In the cruise at FL 155 at 260 kt TAS, the pilot plans for a 500 feet/min descent in order to fly overhead MAN VOR at 2 000 feet (QNH 1030). TAS will remain constant during descent, wind is negligible, temperature is standard. The pilot must start the descent at a distance from MAN of: 120 NM

-In the event that SELCAL, is prescribed by an appropriate authority, in which section of the ATS flight plan will the SELCAL code be entered ? OTHER INFORMATION

-In the vicinity of PARIS (49°N 003°E) the tropopause is at about: FL380

-In the vicinity of SHANNON (52° N009°W) the tropopause is at about FL: 360

-It is possible, in flight, to: 1 - file an ATC flight plan 2 - modify an active ATC flight plan 3 - cancel an active ATC flight plan 4 - close an active ATC flight plan Which of the following combinations contains all of the correct statements? 1, 2, 3, 4

-It is possible, in flight, to: 1 - file an ATC flight plan 2 - modify an active ATC flight plan 3 - cancel an active ATC flight plan 4 - close an active ATC flight plan Which of the following combinations contains all of the correct statements? 1, 2, 3, 4

-Item 9 of the ATS flight plan includes "NUMBER AND TYPE OF AIRCRAFT". In this case "NUMBER" means :the number of aircraft flying in a group

-Knowing that: . Mass at brake release: 190 000 kg . Selected cruise speed: 0.82 Mach . Flight leg distance: 1 500 NM . Cruise level: optimum . Air conditioning: standard . Anti-icing: OFF . Temperature: ISA . CG: 37% Assuming zero wind, the planned flight time from take-off to landing needed to complete this flight will be: 209 minutes

-Knowing that: . Mass at brake release: 190 000 kg . Selected cruise speed: 0.82 Mach . Flight leg distance: 1 500 NM . Cruise level: optimum . Air conditioning: standard . Anti-icing: OFF . Temperature: ISA . CG: 37% Assuming zero wind, the planned landing mass at destination will be: 171 200 kg

-Knowing that: . Mass at brake release: 210 000 kg . Selected cruise speed: 0.82 Mach . Flight leg distance: 3 000 NM . Cruise level: optimum . Air conditioning: standard . Anti-icing: OFF . Temperature: ISA . CG: 37 Assuming zero wind, the planned landing mass at destination will be: 171 300 kg

-Knowing that: Mass at brake release: 210 000 kg Selected cruise speed: 0.82 Mach Air distance: 3 000 NM Cruise level: optimum Air conditioning: standard Anti-icing: OFF Temperature: ISA CG: 37% Assuming zero wind, the planned flight time from take-off to landing needed to complete this flight will be: 400 minutes

-Mark the correct statement: If a decision point procedure is applied for flight planning: the trip fuel to the destination aerodrome is to be calculated via the decision point.

-Minimum planned take-off fuel is 160 kg (30% total reserve fuel is included). Assume the groundspeed on this trip is constant. When the aircraft has done half the distance the remaining fuel is 70 kg. Is diversion to a nearby alternate necessary? Diversion to a nearby alternate is necessary, because the remaining fuel is not sufficient.

-Of the following, the preferred airways routing from AMBOISE AMB 113.7 (47°26'N 001°04'E) to AGEN AGN (43°53°'N 000°52'E) above FL200 is: UA34

-Of the following, the preferred airways routing from CLACTON CLN 114.55 (51°51'N 001°09'E) to DINARD DIN 114.3 (48°35'N 002°05'W) above FL245 is: UB29 LAM UR1 ORTAC UR14

-Of the following, the preferred airways routing from FRANKFURT FFM 114.2 (50°03' N008°38'E) to KOKSY (51°06'N 002°39'E) above FL245, on a Wednesday is : UR10 NTM UB6 BUB ATS

-Of the following, the preferred airways routing from MARTIGUES MTG 117.3 (43°23'N 005°05'E) to ST PREX SPR 113.9 (46°28'N 006°27'E) above FL245 is: UB282 DGN UB46

-On a ATC flight plan, to indicate that you will overfly the waypoint ROMEO at 120 kt at flight level 085, you will write: ROMEO/N0120F085

-On a ATC flight plan, to indicate that you will overfly the waypoint ROMEO at 120 kt at flight level 085, you will write: ROMEO/N0120F085

-On a direct great circle course from REYKJAVIK (64°10' N 022°00'W) to AMSTERDAM (52°32'N 004°50'E), the (a) average true course, and (b) distance, are: (a) 131° (b) 1095 NM

-On a direct great circle course from Shannon (52°43' N 008°53'W) to Gander (48°54'N054°32'W), the (a) average true course, and (b) distance, are : (a) 262° (b) 1720 NM

-On a given path, it is possible to chose between four flight levels (FL), each associated with a mandatory flight Mach Number (M). The flight conditions, static air temperature (SAT) and headwind component (HWC) are given as :FL 370 - M = 0.80 Ts = -60°C HWC = -15 kt. FL 330 - M = 0.78 Ts = -60°C HWC= - 5 kt. FL 290 - M = 0.80 Ts = -55°C HWC = -15 kt. FL 270 - M = 0.76 Ts = -43°C HWC = 0. The flight level allowing the highest ground speed is: FL270

-On a given path, it is possible to chose between four flight levels (FL), each associated with a mandatory flight Mach Number (M). The flight conditions, static air temperature (SAT) and headwind component (HWC) are given below: FL 370 - M = 0.80 Ts = -60°C HWC = -15 kt FL 330 - M = 0.78 Ts = -60°C HWC= - 5 kt FL 290 - M = 0.80 Ts = -55°C HWC = -15 kt FL 270 - M = 0.76 Ts = -43°C HWC = 0 The flight level allowing the highest ground speed is:   FL270

-On a VFR ATC flight plan, the total estimated time is: the estimated time required from take-off to arrive over the destination airport

-On airway PTS P from Vigra (62°334N 006°02'E), the initial great circle grid course is : 344

-On an ATC flight plan you are required to indicate in the box marked "speed" the planned speed for the first part of the cruise or for the entire cruise. This speed is: The true airspeed

-On an ATC flight plan, an aircraft indicated as "H" for "Heavy":  is of the highest wake turbulence category

-On an ATC flight plan, the letter "Y" is used to indicate that the flight is carried out under the following flight rules: IFR followed by VFR

-On an ATC flight plan, to indicate that you will overfly the way-point TANGO at 350 kts at flight level 280, you write: TANGO/N0350F280

-On an ATC flight plan, to indicate that you will overfly the way-point TANGO at 350 kts at flight level 280, you write: TANGO/N0350F280

-On an IFR navigation chart, in a 1° quadrant of longitude and latitude, appears the following information "80". This means that within this quadrant: the minimum safe altitude is 8 000 ft

-On an instrument approach chart, a minimum sector altitude (MSA) is defined in relation to a radio navigation facility. Without any particular specification on distance, this altitude is valid to: 25 NM

-Over LONDON (51°N000°E/W), the lowest FL listed which is unaffected by CAT is: 230

-Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 110 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 2625kg

-Planned and actual data as shown in the Flight Log excerpt. Actual Ground Speed (GS) on the leg BETA to GAMMA will be 105 KT. If all other flight parameters remain unchanged, what fuel remaining should be expected at waypoint GAMMA? 3250 kg

-Planning a flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle (N49 00.9 E002 36.9) to London Heathrow. (N51 29.2 W000 27.9) for a twin - jet aeroplane. Preplanning: Powersetting: Mach= 0.74. Planned flight level FL 280. The Landing Mass in the fuel graph is 50 000 kg. The trip distance used for calculation is 200 NM. The wind from Paris to London is 280°/40 kt. Find the estimated trip fuel:  1 740 kg.

-Planning a flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle to London Heathrow for a twin - jet aeroplane. Preplanning: Dry Operating Mass (DOM): 34 000 kg, Traffic Load: 13 000 kg. The holding is planned at 1 500 ft above alternate elevation. The alternate elevation is 256 ft. The holding is planned for 30 minutes with no reductions. Determine the Estimated Landing Mass at alternate Manchester:   48 125 kg.

-Planning a IFR flight from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to London (Heathrow). Find the elevation of the departure aerodrome: 387 ft.

-Planning a IFR flight from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to London (Heathrow). Find the elevation of the destination aerodrome:   80FT

-Planning a IFR flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle (N49 00.9 E002 36.9) to London Heathrow (N51 29.2 W000 27.9). Find the average true course from Paris to London: 322°.

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) RWY 27 to London. Given: Distance from PARIS Charles-de-Gaulle to top of climb 50 NM Determine the distance from the top of climb (TOC) to ABB 116.6:  24.5 NM

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to London (Heathrow) for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Estimated Take-off Mass (TOM) 52000 kg, Airport elevation 387 ft, FL 280, W/V 280°/40 kt, ISA Deviation -10°C, Average True Course 340° Find: Time to the top of climb (TOC): 11 MIN

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London (Heathrow). Name the identifier and frequency of the initial approach fix (IAF) of the BIG 2A arrival route: BIG 115.1 MHz

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London for a twin jet aeroplane. Given: Estimated Take-off Mass (TOM) 52000 kg, Airport elevation 387 ft, FL 280, W/V 280°/40 kt, ISA-Deviation -10°C, Average True Course 340° Find: Ground distance to the top of climb (TOC):  50 NM

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Estimated Take-off Mass (TOM) 52000 kg, Airport elevation 387 ft, FL 280, W/V 280°/40 kt, ISA Deviation -10°C, Average True Course 340° Find: Fuel to the top of climb (TOC): 1000 KG

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Estimated Landing Mass 49700 kg, FL 280, W/V 280°/40 kt, Average True Course 320°, Procedure for descent .74 M/250 KIAS Determine the distance from the top of descent to London (elevation 80 ft): 76 NM

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Estimated Landing Mass 49700 kg, FL 280, W/V 280°/40 kt, Average True Course 320°, Procedure for descent .74 M/250 KIAS Determine the time from the top of descent to London (elevation 80 ft): 19 min

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Estimated Landing Mass 49700 kg, FL 280, W/V 280°/40 kt, Average True Course 320°, Procedure for descent .74 M/250 KIAS Determine the fuel consumption from the top of descent to London (elevation 80 ft):  273 kg

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London for the twin jet aeroplane. Given: Gross mass 50000 kg, FL 280, ISA Deviation -10°C, Cruise procedure Mach 0.74 Determine the TAS:   430 kt

-Planning an IFR-flight from Paris to London. Determine the distance of the departure route ABB 8A: 74.5 NM

-Prior to an IFR flight, when filling in the ICAO flight plan, the time information which should be entered in box 13: "Time" is: estimated off-block time.

-Prior to an IFR flight, when filling in the ICAO flight plan, the time information which should be entered in box 16: "Total estimated time" is the time elapsed from: take-off until reaching the IAF (Initial Approach Fix) of the destination aerodrome.

-SID chart Paris Charles de Gaulle 20-3.Planning an IFR-flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle to London. SID is ABB 8A. Assume Variation 3° W, TAS 430kts, W/V 280/40 and distance to top of climb 50NM. Determine the magnetic course, ground speed and wind correction angle from top of climb to ABB 116.6:    MC 349°, GS 414 kt, WCA -5°

-The aeroplane gross mass at top of climb is 61500 kg. The distance to be flown is 385 NM at FL 350 and OAT -54.3 °C. The wind component is 40 kt tailwind.Using long range cruise procedure what fuel is required? 2150 kg

-The airway intersection at RONNEBY (56°18'N 015°16'E) is marked by: an NDB callisign N

-The approximate mean wind component (kt) along true course 180° from 50°N to 40°N at 005° W is: tail wind 55 kt

-The approximate mean wind component (kt) at Mach 0.78 along true course 270° at 50°N from 000° to 010°W is: 40 kt headwind component

-The average magnetic course from A (64°N006°E) to C (62°N020°W) is: 271°

-The average magnetic course from C (62°N020°W) to B (58°N004°E) is:119°

-The average true course from A (64°N006°E) to C (62°N020°W) is: 259°

-The average true course from C (62°N020°W) to B (58°N004°E) is: 109°

-The callsign and frequency to use to obtain start up clearance is: Ground 121.70

-The correct arrival route and Initial Approach Fix (IAF) for an arrival from the west via TANGO for runway 08 L/R is: AALEN 1T, IAF ROKIL

-The crossing altitude and descent instruction for a propeller aircraft at COULOMMIERS (CLM) are : Cross at FL60 descend to 4000 ft

-The cruising speed to write in the appropriate box of an ATC flight plan is: true air speed

-The Decision Altitude (DA) for a ILS straight-in landing is : 280 ft

-The direct distance from TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) to INVERNESS 109.2 INS (57°32'N004°03'W) is: 112NM

-The distance (NM) from A (64°N006°E) to C (62°N020°W) is: 720

-The distance (NM) from C (62°N020°W) to B (58°N004°E) is: 760

-The distance on airway B4 from POLE HILL 112.1 POL) to SHAPP (54°30'N002°38'W) is: 49NM

-The East Apron and Eastern Twy have restricted access. The maximum permitted wingspan: is 20m

-The final reserve fuel for aeroplanes with turbine engines is: fuel to fly for 30 minutes at holding speed at 1500 ft (450 m) above aerodrome elevation in standard conditions.

-The final reserve fuel taken from the HOLDING PLANNING table for the twin jet aeroplane is based on the following parameters: pressure altitude, aeroplane mass and flaps up with minimum drag airspeed

-The first (lowest) available flight level for flight on airway UG1 from ERLANGEN ERL 114.9 (49°39°'N 011°09'E) to FRANKFURT FFM 114.2 (50°03'N 008°38'E) is:   FL300

-The first (lowest) available flight level for flight on airway UG5 from MENDE-NASBINALS MEN 115.3 (44°36'N 003°10'E) to GAILLAC GAI 115.8 (43°57'N 001°50'E) is : FL290

-The flight crew of a turbojet aeroplane prepares a flight using the following data: - Flight level FL 370 at "Long Range" (LR) cruise regime - Mass at brake release: 212 800 kg - Flight leg ground distance: 2 500 NM - Temperatures: ISA - CG: 37% - Headwind component: 30 kt - "Total anti-ice" set on "ON" for the entire flight - No requested climb and descent correction of the fuel consumption The fuel consumption (from take-off to landing) is: 34 430 kg

-The following apply : Tail wind component 10kt Temperature ISA +10°C Brake release mass 63000kg Trip fuel available 20000kg What is the maximum possible trip distance ? 3740 NM

-The following apply: Temperature ISA +15°C Brake release mass 62000kg Trip time 5hr 20 min What is the trip fuel ? 13500kg

-The following fuel consumption figures are given for a jet aeroplane: -standard taxi fuel: 600 kg. -average cruise consumption: 10 000 kg/h. -holding fuel consumption at 1500 ft above alternate airfield elevation: 8000 kg/h. -flight time from departure to destination: 6 hours -fuel for diversion to alternate: 10 200 kg. The minimum ramp fuel load is: 77 800 kg

-The forecast period covered by the PARIS/CHARLES-DE-GAULLE TAFs totals (hours): 27

-The frequency and identifier of the NDB for the published approachs are: 400 MSW

-The fuel burn of an aircraft turbine engine is 220 l/h with a fuel density of 0,80. If the density is 0,75, the fuel burn will be: 235 l/h

-The fuel burn off is 200 kg/h with a relative fuel density of 0,8. If the relative density is 0,75, the fuel burn will be: 200 kg/h

-The fuel plan gives a trip fuel of 65 US gallons. The alternate fuel, final reserve included, is 17 US gallons. Contingency fuel is 5% of the trip fuel. The usable fuel at departure is 93 US gallons. At a certain moment the fuel consumed according to the fuel gauges is 40 US gallons and the distance flown is half of the total distance. Assume that fuel consumption doesn't change. Which statement is right ? The remaining fuel is not sufficient to reach the destination with reserves intact

-The fuel required for 30 minutes holding, in a racetrack pattern, at PA 1500 ft, mean gross mass 45 000 kg, is : 1090 kg

-The fuel required for 45 minutes holding, in a racetrack pattern, at PA 5000 ft, mean gross mass 47 000 kg, is : 1635 kg

-The identifier of the radio navigation aid at (56°06'N012°15'E) is: NOA

-The identifier of the radio navigation aid at (56°07'N012°58'E) is: AOR

-The ILS frequency and identifier are: 108.7 IMNW

-The ILS localizer course is : 088°

-The initial great circle course from position A (80°00'N 170°00'E) to position B (75°00'N 011°E) is 177° (G). The final grid course at position B will be : 177° (G)

-The initial great circle true course from Keflavik (64°00'N 022°36' W) to Vigra (62°33'N 006°02'E) measures 084°. On a polar enroute chart where the grid is aligned with the 000° meridian the initial grid course will be : 106°

-The initial magnetic course from A (64°N006°E) to C (62°N020°W) is: 275°

-The initial magnetic course from C (62°N020°W) to B (58°N004°E) is: 116°

-The initial magnetic course from INVERNESS 109.2 INS (57°32'N004°03'W) direct to TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) is: 244°

-The initial magnetic course from TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) direct to INVERNESS 109.2 INS (57°32'N004°03'W) is: 064°

-The initial magnetic course from TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) direct to STORNOWAY 115.1 STN (58°12'N006°11'W) is: 019°

-The initial magnetic course/distance from EELDE EEL 112.4 (53°10'N 006°40'E) to WELGO (54°18'N 007°25'E) on airway A7 is: 024°/ 73 NM

-The initial true course from A (64°N006°E) to C (62°N020°W) is: 271°

-The initial true course from C (62°N020°W) to B (58°N004°E) is:  098°

-The initial true course from INVERNESS 109.2 INS (57°32'N004°03'W) direct to TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) is: 237°

-The initial true course from TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) direct to STORNOWAY 115.1 STN (58°12'N006°11'W) is: 011°

-The initial true course from TIREE 117.7 TIR (56°30'N006°53'W) direct to INVERNESS 109.2 INS (57°32'N004°03'W) is: 054°

-The lowest cloud conditions (oktas/ft) at BORDEAUX/MERIGNAC at 1330 UTC were:1 to 2 at 3000

-The lowest published authorised RVR for an ILS approach glide slope out, all other aids serviceable, aeroplane category A is: 720m

-The magnetic course / distance from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W° to POLE HILL 112.1 POL (53°45'N 002°06'W) on airway A2 is: 149° / 73 NM

-The magnetic course / distance from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W° to POLE HILL 112.1 POL (53°45'N 002°06'W) on airway A2 is: 149° / 73 NM

-The magnetic course from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W° to NEWCASTLE 114.25 NEW (55°02'N 001°41'W) on airway W911D is: 077°

-The magnetic course/distance from CAMBRAI CMB 112.6 (50°14'N 003°09'E) to TALUN (49°33'N 003°25'E) on airway B3 is: 169°/42 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from DINKELSBUHL DKB 117.8 (49°09'N010°14'E) to ERLANGEN ERL 114.9 (49°39'N011°09'E) on airway UR11 is; 050°/47 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from ELBA ELB 114.7 (42°44'N 010°24'E) to SPEZI (43°49'N 009°34'E) on airway UA35 is: 332°/76 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from ELBE LBE 115.1 (53°39'N 009°36'E) to LUNUD (54°50'N 009°19'E) on airway H12 is: 352°/72 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from GROSTENQUIN GTQ 111.25 (49°00'N 006°43'E) to LINNA (49°41'N 006°15'E) on airway R7 is: 337°/46 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from LIMOGES LMG 114.5 (45°49'N 001°02'E) to CLERMONT FERRAND CMF 117.5 (45°47'N 003°11'E) on airway UG22 is: 094°/ 90 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from POLE HILL 112.1 POL (53°44''N 002°06''W) to TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30''N 003°21''W) on airway B4 is: 343°/114 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from POLE HILL 112.1 POL (53°44'N 002°06'W) to TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30'N 003°21'W) on airway B4 is: 343°/114 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from SALZBURG SBG 113.8 (48°00'N 012°54'E) to STAUB (48°44'N 012°38'E) on airway UB5 is: 346°/45 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from ST PREX SPR 113.9 (46°28'N 006°27'E) to FRIBOURG FRI 115.1 (46°47'N 007°14'E) on airway UG60 is: 061°/37 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30'N 003°21'W) to DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W) on airway A2 is: 185° / 47 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from TANGO TGO 112.5 (48°37'N 009°16'E) to DINKELSBUHL DKB 117.8 (49°09'N 010°14E) on airway UR11 is: 052°/50 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from TRENT TNT 115.7 (53°03'N 001°40'W) to WALLASEY WAL 114.1 (53°23'N 003°08W) on airway VR3 is: 297°/57 NM

-The magnetic course/distance from WALLASEY WAL 114.1 (53°23N 003°28'W° to LIFFY (53°29'N 005°30'W) on airway B1 is: 279°/85 NM

-The maximum altitude that may be used to transit the whole VFR corridor from REUS to SAN CELONI is: 2000 ft

-The maximum altitude that may be used to transit the whole VFR corridor from REUS to SAN CELONI is: 2000 ft

-The maximum permissible take-off mass of an aircraft for the L wake turbulence category on an ATC flight plan is: 7 000 kg

-The maximum wind velocity (°/kt) immediately north of TUNIS (36°N010°E) is: 190/95

-The maximum wind velocity (°/kt) shown in the vicinity of MUNICH (48°N 012°E) is : 300/140

-The Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) for an ILS glide slope out, is: 480 ft

-The minimum enroute altitude (MEA) that can be maintained continuously on airway G4 from JERSEY JSY 112.2 (49°13'N 002°03'W) to LIZAD (49°35'N 004°20'W) is : FL140

-The minimum enroute altitude (MEA) that can be maintained continuously on airway B226 from TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30N003°21'W) to reporting point ANGUS (56°42'N003°03'W) is: FL70

-The minimum enroute altitude (MEA) that can be maintained continuously on advisory route W911D from NEWCASTLE 114.25 NEW (55°02'N001°24'W) to DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N003°20'W) is: FL50

-The minimum enroute altitude (MEA) that can be maintained continuously on airway L602 from TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30N003°21'W) to NEWCASTLE 114.25 NEW (55°02'N001°24'W) is: FL200

-The minimum enroute altitude available on airway UR160 from NICE NIZ 112.4 (43°46'N 007°15'E) to BASTIA BTA 116.2 (42°32'N 009°29'E) is: FL250

-The minimum enroute altitude that can be maintained continuously on airway UA34 from WALLASEY WAL 114.1 (53°23'N 003°08'W) to MIDHURST MID 114.0 (51°03'N 000°37'W) is : FL290

-The minimum enroute altitude that can be maintained continuously on airway G1 from STRUMBLE STU 113.1 (52°00'N 005°02'W) to BRECON BCN 117.45 (51°43'N 003°16'W) is : FL110

-The minimum enroute altitude that can be maintained continuously on airway B65/H65 from DOXON (55°27'N 018°10'E) to RONNE ROE 112.0 (55°04'N 014°46'E) is : FL100

-The minimum glide slope interception altitude for a full ILS is: 4000 ft

-The minimum holding altitude (MHA) and maximum holding speed (IAS) at MHA at OCKHAM OCK 115.3 are: 7000 ft and 220kt

-The Missed Approach procedure is to climb to an alitude of (i)------------ on a track of (ii) ----------(i) 2000 ft (ii) 160°

-The navigation plan reads: Trip fuel: 100 kg Flight time: 1h35min Taxi fuel: 3 kg Block fuel: 181 kg The endurance on the ICAO flight plan should read: 2h 49min

-The navigation plan reads: Trip fuel: 136 kg Flight time: 2h45min Calculated reserve fuel: 30% of trip fuel Fuel in tank is minimum (no extra fuel on board) Taxi fuel: 3 kg The endurance on the ICAO flight plan should read: 3h34min

-The NDB at DENKO (52°49'N 015°50'E) can be identified on: Frequency 440 kHz, BFO on

-The planned departure time from the parking area is 1815 UTC The estimated take-off time is 1825 UTC The flight plan must be filed with ATC at the latest at: 1715 UTC

-The planned flight is over a distance of 440 NM Based on the wind charts at altitude the following components are found; FL50: -30kt; FL100: -50kt; FL180: -70kt The Operations Manual in appendix details the aircraft's performances Which of the following flight levels (FL) gives the best range performance: FL 180

-The purpose of the decision point procedure is: to reduce the minimum required fuel and therefore be able to increase the traffic load.

-The quantity of fuel which is calculated to be necessary for a jet aeroplane to fly IFR from departure aerodrome to the destination aerodrome is 5352 kg. Fuel consumption in holding mode is 6 000 kg/h. Alternate fuel is 4380 kg. Contingency should be 5% of trip fuel. What is the minimum required quantity of fuel which should be on board at take-off? 13000 kg.

-The Radio Altimeter minimum altitude for a CAT 2 ILS DME approach to Rwy 01L is : 100 ft

-The radio navigation aid at (57°45'N013°48'E) is a: NDB, frequency 355 kHz

-The radio navigation aid at BELFAST CITY (54°37'N 005°53'W) is: an NDB, frequency 420 kHz, NOT continuous operation

-The radio navigation aid at CHIOGGIA (45°04'N 012°17'E) is a: VOR/DME, frequency 114.1 MHz, and NDB frequency 408 kHz

-The radio navigation aid at LEEDS BRADFORD (53°52'N 001°39'W) is: an NDB, frequency 402.5 kHz, NOT continuous operation

-The radio navigation aid at SHANNON (52°43'N 008°53'W) is : a VOR/DME, frequency 113.3 MHz

-The radio navigation aid at ST DIZIER (48°38N 004°53'E) is a: TACAN, channel 87, frequency 114.0 MHz

-The radio navigation aid at ST. ABBS (55°55'N 002°12'W) is: a VORDME, frequency 112.5 MHz

-The radio navigation aid at TOPCLIFFE (54°12'N 001°22'W) is a: TACAN only, channel 84, (frequency 113.7 MHz)

-The radio navigation aid at ZURICH (47°36'N 008°49'E) is : a VOR only, frequency 115.0 MHz

-The radio navigation aid on airway UG4 at LUXEUIL (47°41'N 006°18'E) is a: VOR only, identifier LUL

-The radio navigation aid serving STRASBOURG (48°30'N 007°34'E) is a: VOR/TACAN, frequency 115.6 MHz

-The radio navigation aid STAD (51°45'N 004°15'E) is: an NDB, frequency 386 kHz

-The radio navigation aid(s) at (55°26'N011°38'E) is/are: VORDME, frequency 112.8 MHz

-The radio navigation aid(s) at (55°59'N 014°06'E) is/are: NDB, frequency 363 kHz.

-The radio navigation aid(s) at (56°09'N 013°14'E) is/are: VOR, frequency 116.9MHz.

-The radio navigation aid(s) at (56°17'N010°47'E) is/are: NDB, frequency 374 kHz.

-The radio navigation aid(s) at (57°32'N004°03'W) is/are: VORDME, frequency 109.2 MHz

-The required time for final reserve fuel for turbojet aeroplane is:  30 MIN

-The route distance from CHIEVRES (CIV) to BOURSONNE (BSN) is : 96 NM

-The route distance from runway 27 to ARNEM is: 67 NM

-The still air distance in the climb is 189 Nautical Air Miles (NAM) and time 30 minutes. What ground distance would be covered in a 30 kt head wind? 174 NM

-The surface system over VIENNA (48°N016°E) is a: cold front moving east

-The surface weather system over England (53°N 002°W) is: an occluded front moving east

-The surface wind velocity (°/kt) at PARIS/CHARLES-DE-GAULLE at 1330 UTC was: 270/04

-The Trip Fuel for a jet aeroplane to fly from the departure aerodrome to the destination aerodrome is 5 350 kg. Fuel consumption in holding mode is 6 000 kg/h. The quantity of fuel which is needed to carry out one go-around and land on the alternate airfield is 4 380 kg. The destination aerodrome has a single runway. What is the minimum quantity of fuel which should be on board at take-off? 13 230 kg

-The true course is 042°. The variation in the area is 6° W and the wind is calm. The deviation card is reproduced in the annex. In order to follow this course, the pilot must fly a compass heading of: 052°

-The VOR and TACAN on airway G9 at OSNABRUCK (52°12'N 008°17'E) are: NOT frequency paired, and have different identifiers

-The W/V (°/kt) at 40°N 020°W is: 310/40

-The W/V (°/kt) at 50°N015°W is: 290/75

-The W/V (°/kt) at 60° N015° W is: 300/60

-The wind direction and velocity (°/kt) at 40°N 040°E is: 330/75

-The wind direction and velocity (°/kt) at 50°N 040°E is: 020/70

-The wind direction and velocity (°/kt) at 60°N 015°W is: 290/155

-The wind velocity over ITALY is: a maximum of 110 kt at FL380

-True Air speed: 170 kt Wind in the area: 270°/40 kt According to the attached the navigation log, an aircraft performs a turn overhead BULEN to re-route to ARD via TGJ. The given wind conditions remaining constant. The fuel consumption during the turn is 20 litres. The total fuel consumption at position overhead ARD will be: 1 545 litres

-Unless otherwise shown on charts for standard instrument departure the routes are given with: magnetic course

-Using the above table, in ISA conditions and at a speed of M.70/280KIAS, in an elapsed time of 90 minutes an aircraft with mass at point of diversion 48000 kg could divert a distance of : 584 NM

-Using the Power Setting Table, for the single engine aeroplane, determine the manifold pressure and fuel flow (lbs/hr) with full throttle and cruise lean mixture in the following conditions: Given: OAT: 13°C Pressure altitude: 8000 ft RPM: 2300:    22.4 in.Hg and 69.3 lbs/hr

-Using the Power Setting Table, for the single engine aeroplane, determine the cruise TAS and fuel flow (lbs/hr) with full throttle and cruise lean mixture in the following conditions: Given: OAT: 13°C Pressure altitude: 8000 ft RPM: 2300: 160 kt and 69,3 lbs/hr

-Using the Power Setting Table, for the single engine aeroplane, determine the cruise TAS and fuel flow (lbs/hr) with full throttle and cruise lean mixture in the following conditions: Given : OAT: 3°C Pressure altitude: 6000 ft Power: Full throttle / 21,0 in/Hg./ 2100 RPM:   134 kt and 55,7 lbs/hr

-Using the Range Profile Diagramm, for the single engine aeroplane, determine the range, with 45 minutes reserve, in the following conditions: Given : O.A.T.: ISA +16°C Pressure altitude: 4000 ft Power: Full throttle / 25,0 in/Hg./ 2100 RPM:   865 NM

-VFR flights shall not be flown over the congested areas of cities at a height less tan: 1000 ft above the highest obstacle within a radius of 600 m from the aircraft.

-What are the applicable GRID MORAs for a flight from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W) to TALLA 113.8 TLA (55°30'N 003°21'W) on airway A2? 45 and 40

-What are the designated departure routes when using (i) Rwy 34 and (ii) Rwy 05? (i) H2 (ii) H4

-What are the dimensions of runway 08/36 at Esbjerg? 2600m x 45m

-What are the magnetic course and distance when flying on airway B4 from the reporting point SHAPP (54°30'N 002°38W) to the reporting point ESKDO (55°18'N 003°12'W)? 343°/ 52 NM

-What ATIS frequency(ies) is/are available when on the ground? 114.30 or 121.85

-What is (i) the frequency and (ii) QDM of the ILS at De Kooy Aerodrome? (i) 109.70 (ii) 216°M

-What is elevation of LSZH ZURICH KLOTHEN airport (47°28'N, 008°33'E)?  1416 ft

-What is the ATIS frequency that may not be used when in flight? 121.85

-What is the average magnetic course from ABERDEEN (57º19'N 002º16'W) to TIREE (56º30'N 006º53'W)? 260º

-What is the correct frequency to contact Scottish Information when overhead reporting point 'BANCHORY' to the southwest of Aberdeen Airport? 119.87

-What is the course and distance from Locator HP to the threshold of Runway 08? 080° (M) / 4.2 NM

-What is the designated departure route when using Runway 23 in bad weather and/or low visibility? H6

-What is the earliest time (UTC), if any, that thunderstorms are forecast for TUNIS/CARTHAGE ? 1800

-What is the elevation of the highest ground within the boundary of Aberdeen Control Zone? 1733ft

-What is the elevation of the highest obstacle within the boundary of Aberdeen Control Area? 2105ft

-What is the frequency and ident of the DVOR/DME shown at the northern end of Hellinikon airfield? 114.40 ATH

-What is the local time (LT) in Greece in (i) Winter and (ii) Summer? (i) LT = UTC + 2 Hours (ii) LT = UTC + 3 Hours

-What is the local time (LT) in the Netherlands in (i) Winter and (ii) Summer? (i) LT - 1 Hour = UTC (ii) LT - 2 Hours = UTC

-What is the Maximum Authorised Altitude (MAA) on airway W911D from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W° to NEWCASTLE 114.25 NEW (55°02'N 001°41'W)? FL150

-What is the Maximum Authorised Altitude (MMA) on airway W911D from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W° to NEWCASTLE 114.25 NEW (55°02'N 001°41'W)? FL150

-What is the maximum permitted altitude if routeing inbound from 'Abeam Patroklos' to Hellinikon? 300ft

-What is the mean temperature deviation (°C) from the ISA over 50°N 010°W ? -2

-What is the meaning of the chart information for the beacon(s) at position 55º59'N 014º06'E? NDB only, ident OE

-What is the meaning of the chart information for the navaid(s) LANDVETTER (57º39'N 012º17'E)? VORDME with identification LAV available on frequency 114.6 MHz.

-What is the minimum altitude it is permissible to fly over the "Quiet Zone" in the vicinity of DE KOOY? 1500ft

-What is the minimum altitude over the 'Quiet Zone' in the vicinity of De Kooy? 1,500ft

-What is the Minimum Enroute Altitude (MEA) on airway W911D from DEAN CROSS 115.2 DCS (54°43'N 003°20'W° to NEWCASTLE 114.25 NEW (55°02'N 001°41'W)? FL50

-What is the minimum flight visibility required when landing at Aberdeen (Dyce) Airport other than when using Route H6? 2Km

-What is the position of the Aerodrome Reference Point at Esbjerg? 55°31.6' N 008°33.1' E

-What is the position of the Aerodrome Reference Point? 37°53.8'N 23°43.7'E

-What is the published frequency for Barcelona ATIS? 118.65

-What is the temperature deviation (°C) from ISA over 50° N 010°E ? -10

-What is the total distance when following the VFR routeing from 'Abeam Patroklos' to Hellinikon? 19 NM

-What is the track and distance shown on the chart from VOR/DME SKR to overhead Esbjerg? 308° (M) / 29 NM

-What is the variation shown on the chart? 3°E

-What lowest cloud conditions (oktas/ft) are forecast for 1900 UTC at HAMBURG (EDDH) ? 5 to 7 at 500

-What lowest cloud conditions (oktas/ft) are forecast for JOHANNESBURG/JAN SMUTS at 0300 UTC? 5 to 7 at 400

-What maximum surface windspeed (kt) is forecast for BORDEAUX/MERIGNAC at 1600 UTC ? 30

-What mean temperature (°C) is likely on a course of 360° (T) from 40°N to 50°N at 040°E ? -47

-What mean temperature (°C) is likely on a true course of 270° from 025° E to 010°E at 45°N ? -50

-What minimum grid area altitude is applicable for EDPJ LAICHINGEN airport (48°30'N, 009°38'E)? 43

-What minimum grid area altitude is applicable for EDTM MENGEN airport (48°03'N, 009°22'E)? 46

-What minimum visibility (m) is forecast for 0600 UTC at LONDON LHR (EGLL) ? 1500

-What navigation aid(s) is/are available to civil aircraft at the military airfield of Kinloss (57º40'N 003º32'W)? The range element only of TACAN on DME frequency 109.8 MHz

-When a pilot fills in an ATC flight plan, he must indicate the wake turbulence category. This category is a function of which mass? maximum certified take-off mass

-When an ATC flight plan has been submitted for a controlled flight, the flight plan should be amended or cancelled in the event of the off-block time being delayed by: 30 minutes or more

-When an ATC flight plan is submitted for a flight outside designated ATS routes, points included in Item 15 (route) should not normally be at intervals of more than: 30 minutes flying time or 370 km

-When calculating the fuel required to carry out a given flight, one must take into account: 1 - the wind 2 - foreseeable airborne delays 3 - other weather forecasts 4 - any foreseeable conditions which may delay landing The combination which provides the correct statement is: 1, 2, 3, 4

-When calculating the fuel required to carry out a given flight, one must take into account: 1 - the wind 2 - foreseeable airborne delays 3 - other weather forecasts 4 - any foreseeable conditions which may delay landing The combination which provides the correct answer is: 1, 2, 3, 4

-When completing an ATC flight plan for a European destination, clock times are to be expressed in: UTC

-When completing an ATC flight plan for a flight commencing under IFR but possibly changing to VFR, the letters entered in Item 8 (FLIGHT RULES) would be: Y

-When completing an ATC flight plan, an elapsed time (Item 16) of 1 hour 55 minutes should be entered as: 0155

-When completing Item 9 of the ATS flight plan, if there is no appropriate aircraft designator, the following should be entered : "ZZZZ" followed by an entry in Item 18

-When using decision point procedure, you reduce the: contingency fuel by adding contingency only from the burnoff between decision point and destination.

-Which best describes be maximum intensity of icing, if any, at FL150 in the vicinity of BUCHAREST (45°N 026°E) ? Moderate

-Which best describes the maximum intensity of CAT, if any, forecast for FL330 over BENGHAZI (32°N 020°E) ? Nil

-Which best describes the maximum intensity of icing, if any, at FL160 in the vicinity of BERLIN (53° N013°E) ? moderate

-Which best describes the significant cloud forecast for the area east of Tunis (36°N010°E) ? 5 to 7 oktas CU and AC base below FL100 tops FL180

-Which best describes the significant cloud forecast over TOULOUSE (44°N001°E) ? broken AC/CU base below FL100 tops FL150, embedded isolated CB base below FL100 tops FL270

-Which best describes the significant cloud, if any, forecast for the area southwest of BODO (67°N 014°E): 5 to 7 oktas CU and CB base below FL100, tops FL180

-Which best describes the weather, if any, at LYON/SATOLAS at 1330 UTC ? light rain associated with thunderstorms

-Which describes the intensity of icing, if any, at FL 150 in the vicinity of TOULOUSE (44° N 01°E) ? moderate or severe

-Which describes the intensity of icing, if any, at FL 150 in the vicinity of TOULOUSE (44° N 01°E) ? moderate or severe

-Which describes the maximum intensity of icing, if any, at FL180 in the vicinity of CASABLANCA (33°N 008°W) ? Severe

-Which describes the maximum intensity of turbulence, if any, forecast for FL260 over TOULOUSE (44°N001°E) ? severe

-Which describes the worst hazard, if any, that could be associated with the type of feature at 38°N 015°E ? Engine flame out and windscreen damage

-Which is the correct ALBIX departure via AARAU for runway 16? ALBIX 7S

-Which is the correct departure via KEMPTEN from runway 26L ? KEMPTEN FIVE SIERRA

-Which is the heaviest type of precipitation, if any, forecast for BORDEAUX/MERIGNAC at 1000 UTC ? light rain

-Which navigation aid is located in position 48°23'N, 008°39'E? VOR

-Which navigation aid is located in position 48°30'N, 007°34'E? VOR/DME

-Which navigation aid is located in position 48°55'N, 009°20'E ? VOR/DME

-Which of the following flight levels, if any, is forecast to be clear of significant cloud, icing and CAT along the marked route from SHANNON (53°N 10°W) to BERLIN (53°N 13°E) ? FL250

-Which of the following frequencies is listed as available for contact with Aberdeen ATSU? 135.17

-Which of the following is a correct Minimum Safe Altitude (MSA) for the Airport? West sector 2100 ft within 25 NM

-Which of the following statements is (are) correct with regard to the advantages of computer flight plans ? 1. The computer can file the ATC flight plan. 2. Wind data used by the computer is always more up-to-date than that available to the pilot: Statement 1 only

-Which of the following statements is (are) correct with regard to the operation of flight planning computers ? 1. The computer can file the ATC flight plan. 2. In the event of in-flight re-routing the computer produces a new plan: Statement 1 only

-Which of the following statements is (are) correct with regard to computer flight plans 1. The computer takes account of bad weather on the route and adds extra fuel. 2. The computer calculates alternate fuel sufficient for a missed approach, climb, cruise, descent and approach and landing at the destination alternate: Statement 2 only

-Which of the following statements is correct for ANDIK departures from runway 19L? Contact SCHIPOL DEPARTURE 119.05 passing 2000 ft and report altitud

-Which of the following statements is relevant for forming route portions in integrated range flight planning? The distance from take-off up to the top of climb has to be known

-Which of the following statements regarding filing a ATC flight plan is correct? In case of ATFM (Air Traffic Flow Management) the flight plan should be filed at least three hours in advance of the EOBT.

-Within the limits of the data given, a mean temperature increase of 30°C will affect the trip time by approximately : -5%

-You are flying a constant compass heading of 252°. Variation is 22°E, deviation is 3°W and your INS is showing a drift of 9° right. True track is ?  280°

-You are to determine the maximum fuel load which can be carried in the following conditions : - dry operating mass : 2800 kg - trip fuel : 300 kg - payload : 400 kg - maximum take-off mass : 4200 kg - maximum landing mass : 3700 kg: 800 kg

-You have a flight plan IFR from Amsterdam to London. In the flight plan it is noted that you will deviate from the ATS route passing the FIR boundary Amsterdam/London. The airway clearance reads: Cleared to London via flight planned route. Which of the following statements is correct? The route according to the flight plan is accepted.

-You must fly IFR on an airway orientated 135° magnetic with a MSA at 7 800 ft. Knowing the QNH is 1 025 hPa and the temperature is ISA + 10°, the minimum flight level you must fly at is: 90