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Operational Procedures

During an ILS procedure, if the reported RVR/visibility is less than the applicable minima, the approach shall not be continued beyond:

A: the FAF, or 1500 ft above the aerodrome / heliport if there is no FAF.
B: the outer marker or equivalent, or 1000 ft above the aerodrome / heliport if there is no outer marker or equivalent.
C: the middle marker, or 500 ft above the aerodrome / heliport if there is no middle marker.
D: the glide slope intersection.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answer: B

In the event of communication failure in an MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace, the pilot must:

A: continue the flight in compliance with the last oceanic clearance received and acknowledged.
B: return to the flight plan route if it is different from the last oceanic clearance received and acknowledged.
C: join one of the so-called “special” routes.
D: change the flight level in accordance with predetermined instructions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answer: A

Wind shear is:

A: a variation only in vertical wind velocity over a short distance.
B: a variation only in horizontal wind velocity over a short distance.
C: a large variation in vertical or horizontal wind velocity and / or wind direction over a short distance.
D: a variation in vertical or horizontal wind velocity and / or wind direction over a large distance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answer: C

Initially, who is responsible for ensuring that cargo for air transportation as dangerous goods is not prohibited?

A: It is not specified.
B: The commander, always using the list of prohibited items.
C: The operator.
D: The shipper when completing the shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answer: D

In accordance with JAR-OPS, for a non pressurised aircraft, all occupants of flight deck seats on flight deck duty shall be supplied with supplemental oxygen during:

A: the entire flight time after 30 minutes at pressure altitudes greater than 10000 ft but not exceeding 13000 ft
B: the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13000 ft
C: the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13000 ft and for any period exceeding 30 minutes at pressure altitudes above 10000 ft but not exceeding 13000 ft
D: the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 10000 ft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answer: D

During a flight to Europe, scheduled in MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace, you expect to cross the 30(degrees)W meridian at 0300 UTC ; you will normally be:

A: in a day-time organised track system.
B: outside the validity period of the organised track system.
C: in a night-time organised track system.
D: within the polar track system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answer: C