Test 10 domande Flight Planning and Monitoring, tempo libero

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1 - Refer to CAP 697 Section 2 SEP1 Page 3 Figure 2.1 Time, Fuel and Distance to Climb. Given: Take-off mass 3500 lbs, departure aerodrome pressure altitude 2500 ft,OAT +10°C,First cruising level: FL 140, OAT -5°CFind the time, fuel and still air distance to climb.
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2 - 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:
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3 - Given: true course (TC) 017 W/V 340/30TAS 420 kt Find: wind correction angle (WCA) and ground speed (GS)
4 - 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:
5 - The maximum permissible take-off mass of an aircraft for the L wake turbulence category on an ATC flight plan is:
6 - The planned departure time from the parking area is 1815 UTC The estimated take-off time is 1825 UTCThe flight plan must be filed with ATC at the latest at:
7 - 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:
8 - Refer to CAP697 MRJT1 Figure 4.7.2 (One Engine Inop):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 IS
9 - Refer to CAP697 MRJT1 Figure 4.5.4 (Descent)A descent is planned at .74/250KIAS from 35000ft to 5000ft. How much fuel will be consumed during this descent?
10 - 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)