A: has the means to maintain cabin pressure higher than ambient pressure.
B: is only pressurised in the area of the control cabin.
C: has the ability to maintain a constant cabin differential pressure at all flight altitudes.
D: has the ability to maintain a constant cabin altitude at all flight altitudes.
A: 1 to 4 octas
B: 8 octas below 10000 feet
C: No clouds below 5000 feet
D: 5 to 7 octas
A: Pilot(s), operating items, passengers, baggage, cargo and useable fuel.
B: traffic load and usable fuel only.
C: the revenue-earning portion of load only.
D: the revenue-earning portion of load plus useable fuel.
A: No clouds below 5000 feet/GND
B: Sky entirely covered (8 octas)
C: More than half but less than overcast (5 to 7 octas)
D: Half or less than half (3 or 4 octas)
A: The point to which an aircraft is granted an air traffic control clearance
B: The time after which an air traffic control clearance will be automatically cancelled if the flight has not been commenced
C: The time of expiry of an air traffic control clearance
D: The time at which an aircraft is given an air traffic control clearance
A: That is correct.
B: Permission for proposed action not granted.
C: Negative, the correct version is … .
D: An error has been made in this transmission. The correct version is … .
A: An error has been made in this transmission.
B: Consider that transmission as not sent.
C: Annul the previously transmitted clearance.
D: Wait and I will call you.
A: A direct answer in the affirmative
B: A direct answer in the negative
C: I have received all of your last transmission
D: Cleared for take-off or cleared to land
A: A transmission of messages relating to en-route weather information which may affect the safety of aircraft operations that is not addressed to a specific station or stations.
B: A transmission where no reply is required from the receiving station.
C: A transmission from one station to another station in circumstances where two-way communication cannot be established but it is believed that the called station is able to receive the transmission.
D: A transmission of information relating to air navigation that is not addressed to a specific station or stations.