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Date:17.07.2014Attempts:1Examinee:Ekwee, SimonDate of birth:8/29/1987Subject:030-Flight Performance&PlaningResult:0 %Time used:00:00:12 (HH:MM:SS)Online Examination ReportAttachments1. List of result by question2. List of result by topic3. Detailed question result report© LPLUS GmbH, LPLUS TestStudio®Print Date:17.07.2014Page 1/119
Attachment 1: List of result by questionCQB NumberInternalNumberSyllabusreferenceChapterPointsMax. Points136531.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00238031.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00337431.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00442031.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00536831.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00639131.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00740631.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00836031.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,00936731.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,001035931.MASS AND BALANCE - AEROPLANES/HELICOPTERS0,001,001129931.2.1.1Mass terms0,001,001212131.2.1.1Mass terms0,001,001312431.2.1.2Load terms (including Fuel Terms)0,002,001419031.2.3.1Maximum masses for Take-off and Landing0,001,001525431.2.3.1Maximum masses for Take-off and Landing0,002,001610731.2.3.2Allowed traffic load and fuel load0,002,0017331.2.3.2Allowed traffic load and fuel load0,002,001820031.2.3.3Use of standard masses for passengers, baggage and crew0,001,001927831.3.3Basic calculations of CG0,002,002024731.6.2Floor area load and running load limitations in cargo compartments0,001,002134232.PERFORMANCE - AEROPLANES0,001,002242732.PERFORMANCE - AEROPLANES0,001,002340832.PERFORMANCE - AEROPLANES0,001,002426632.PERFORMANCE - AEROPLANES0,001,00252032.1.2.2Definitions, Terms and Concepts0,001,00266732.2.5.1 Take-off0,001,002712032.2.5.1 Take-off0,001,00286132.2.5.1 Take-off0,001,00© LPLUS GmbH, LPLUS TestStudio®Print Date:17.07.2014Page 2/119
CQB NumberInternalNumberSyllabusreferenceChapterPointsMax. Points298132.2.5.1 Take-off0,001,003015932.2.5.1 Take-off0,001,003111232.2.5.4 Landing0,001,00328432.2.5.4 Landing0,001,003322932.3.1Definitions of terms and speeds0,001,003422232.3.3.1 Take-off0,001,003523632.3.3.1 Take-off0,001,00366532.3.3.1 Take-off0,003,003721032.3.3.1 Take-off0,001,003810232.4.1Take - off0,001,003915532.4.1.1Definitions of terms used0,001,004026232.4.1.1Definitions of terms used0,001,00418332.4.1.1Definitions of terms used0,001,004224032.4.1.1Definitions of terms used0,001,004320932.4.1.5Unbalanced field length concept0,001,004415032.4.1.7Take-off climb0,001,004514232.4.1.7Take-off climb0,001,004622832.4.1.7Take-off climb0,001,00472932.4.1.8Obstacle-limited take-off0,001,004811932.4.1.8Obstacle-limited take-off0,001,004916732.4.3 Cruise0,001,005015732.4.3 Cruise0,001,005112932.4.3 Cruise0,001,0052932.4.3 Cruise0,001,005321632.4.3 Cruise0,001,005414932.4.3.4Long Range Cruise0,001,005514132.4.3.4Long Range Cruise0,001,00564232.4.3.4Long Range Cruise0,001,00572432.4.3.5Influence of variables on cruise performance0,001,00581432.4.3.5Influence of variables on cruise performance0,001,00© LPLUS GmbH, LPLUS TestStudio®Print Date:17.07.2014Page 3/119
CQB NumberInternalNumberSyllabusreferenceChapterPointsMax. Points597032.4.3.5Influence of variables on cruise performance0,001,006020132.4.5.1Descent techniques0,001,00619233.FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING0,001,006241333.FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING0,001,006342233.FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING0,001,006441433.FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING0,001,006512733.FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING0,001,006641233.FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING0,001,006741933.1FLIGHT PLANNING FOR VFR FLIGHTS0,001,00682833.1.1.1Routes, airfields, heights and altitudes from VFR charts0,001,006913133.1.1.1Routes, airfields, heights and altitudes from VFR charts0,002,00702633.1.1.1Routes, airfields, heights and altitudes from VFR charts0,001,00711133.1.1.3Aerodrome Charts and Aerodrome Directory0,001,007224833.1.1.5Completion of navigation plan0,002,0073233.2.1IFR Navigation plan0,001,00746433.2.1.1Airways and routes0,002,007518433.2.1.2Courses and distances from en-route charts0,001,007628033.3.1 General0,002,007718033.3.2Pre-flight fuel planning for commercial flights0,001,007826333.3.2.2Trip fuel0,002,007912233.3.3Specific fuel calculation procedures0,001,008023533.3.3Specific fuel calculation procedures

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