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Flight Planning and Monitoring - ATPL - Airline Transport Pilot Licence
Test 10 domande Flight Planning and Monitoring, tempo libero
1 - 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
WCA -2° GS 426 kt
WCA -2° GS 396 kt
WCA +2° GS 416 kt
2 - 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)
11000 ft[see Annex]
3 - 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.
A flying college can file repetitive flight plan for VFR flights.
A flight plan should be filed when a national FIR boundary will be crossed.
Any flight plan should be filed at least 10 minutes before departure.
4 - Refer to the Student Pilot Route Manual - VFR Chart ED-4Flying 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 5 NM left and 5 NM right of the courseline in order to stay 1000' clear of obstacles.
5 - The W/V (°/kt) at 60° N015° W is
6 - See Flight Planning Manual SEP 1 Figure 2.5.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
05 hours 23 minutes
04 hours 42 minutes
05 hours 20 minutes
7 - Given:Distance from departure to destination 2800 NM True track 140W/V 140/100TAS 500 kt What is the distance and time of the PET from the departure point?
Distance: 1400 NM Time: 168 min
Distance: 1120 NM Time: 112 min
Distance: 1120 NM Time: 134 min
Distance: 1680 NM Time: 252 min
8 - Given:Distance from departure to destination 140 NM GS Out 90 ktGS Home 80 kt What is the distance of the PET from the departure point?
9 - Refer to General Student Pilot Route Manual:In the ATC flight plan Item 10, 'standard equipment' is considered to be:
VHF RTF, ADF, VOR and transponder
VHF RTF, ADF, VOR and ILS
VHF RTF, VOR, INS and transponder
VHF RTF, VOR, ILS and transponder
10 - Refer to CAP697 Section 4 - MRJT1 Page 17 Figure 4.4 Holding Fuel Flow - Flaps RetractedThe 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 maximum range speed
Pressure altitude, aeroplane mass and flaps down with maximum range speed
Pressure altitude, aeroplane mass and flaps down with minimum drag airspeed
Pressure altitude, aeroplane mass and flaps up with minimum drag airspeed[see Annex]
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