A: Right turn after 2500, roger, X-BC
B: Straight ahead, 2500 feet right turn, wind west 6 knots, cleared for take-off, X-BC
C: Straight ahead, at 2500 feet right turn, cleared for take-off, X-BC
D: Wilco, cleared for take-off, X-BC
a) Descending to 80, Air Berlin 123
b) Down to FL 80, Air Berlin 123
c) Air Berlin 123, leaving 100 to 80
d) Air Berlin 123, leaving FL 100 descending FL 80
A: Climbing to flight level two eighty
B: Climbing to flight level two eight zero
C: Climbing two eight zero
D: Climbing to two eighty
A: One two zero three seven
B: One two zero decimal three seven
C: One two zero decimal three seven five
D: One twenty decimal three seven
A: No, if the ATC route clearance is transmitted in a published form (e.g. Standard Instrument Departure Route/SID)
B: Yes, unless authorized otherwise by ATS authority concerned
C: No, if the communication channel is overloaded
D: No, if the content of the ATC clearance is clear and no confusion is likely to arise
A: 045 and 2500
B: Heading north-east at level 25
C: Heading 45 at 2500 feet
D: Heading 045 at 2500 feet
A: Did you correctly receive this message?
B: Repeat all, or the specified part, of this message back to me exactly as received
C: Check and confirm with originator
D: Let me know that you have received and understood this message
A: A read back is not necessary as XY-ABC has been identified
B: Heading north, X-BC.
C: Heading three hundred sixty, X-BC.
D: Heading three six zero, X-BC.