Test 10 domande Flight Planning and Monitoring, tempo libero

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1 - 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:
2 - Given:Distance from departure to destination 95 NM True track 105W/V 060/15TAS 140 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point?
3 - Given:Distance from departure to destination 1950 NM GS Out 400 ktGS Home 300 kt What is the time of the PET from the departure point?
4 - In the ATS flight plan, for a non-scheduled flight which of the following letters should be entered in item 8 (type of flight):
5 - 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.
6 - Refer to the Student Pilot Route Manual - North Atlantic Plotting Chart.On a direct great circle course from Shannon (5243N 00853W) to Gander (4854N 05432W), the(a) average true course, and(b) distance, are:
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7 - Refer to CAP697 Section 4 - MRJT1 Figures 4.5.2 and Given: Distance C - D: 540 NMCruise 300 KIAS at FL 210 Temperature Deviation from ISA: +20°C Headwind component: 50 ktGross mass at C: 60 000 kgThe fuel required from C to D is:
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8 - Following in-flight depressurisation, a turbine powered aeroplane is forced to divert to anen-route alternate airfield. If actual flight conditions are as forecast, the minimum quantity of fuel remaining on arrival at the airfield will be:
9 - Find the time to the Point of Safe Return (PSR).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
10 - Given: true course (TC) 017 W/V 340/30TAS 420 kt Find: wind correction angle (WCA) and ground speed (GS)