ATPL AIR LAW EXAM QUESTIONS - 1., flightlevel FL330 FL390...

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ATPL AIR LAW EXAM QUESTIONS 1.Flying a magnetic track of 125deg, what is the correct non RVSM semi-circular  flight level?  FL 330 FL 390 FL 310 FL 350 2.A four-engine aeroplane is about to take-off from an airport where poor weather  conditions are prevailing. The closest accessible aerodrome is three flying hours  away. The take-off minima to be observed at departure airfield are:  ceiling greater or equal to DH/MDH, and VH (horizontal visibility) greater or equal to VH  required for landing, with an available instrument approach procedure VH (visibility horizontal) greater or equal to VH required for landing, and ceiling greater  or equal to ceiling required for landing, with an available instrument approach  procedure ceiling greater or equal to DH or MDH, and VH (horizontal visibility) greater or equal to  VH required for landing, with an available instrument approach procedure to be  envisaged with one engine out VH (visibility horizontal) greater or equal to VH required for landing on the runway to  be used 3.What is aerodrome traffic?  All traffic on the manoeuvring area of an aerodrome and flying in the vicinity of the  aerodrome All traffic on the movement area of an aerodrome All traffic flying through the aerodrome traffic zone. Local flying aeroplanes in or adjacent to the visual circuit
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4.(Refer to figure 010-18) What is the meaning of the following visual ground signal?  Glider flying in progress Aerodrome unfit for aircraft movements Take-off and landing directions do not necessarily coincide Aircraft movement on the ground is confined to paved, metaled or hardened surfaces 5.Survivors of an aircraft accident, requiring medical assistance will display the  following letter on the ground:  X X Y M V 6.OCH for a precision approach is defined as:  The lowest altitude at which an aircraft can perform a safe flight The lowest height above mean sea level of the relevant runway used in establishing  compliance with appropriate obstacle clearance requirements The lowest height above the elevation of the relevant runway threshold , at which a  missed approach must be initiated to ensure compliance with the appropriate obstacle  clearance criteria The lowest altitude above the aerodrome elevation used in establishing compliance  with appropriate obstacle clearance requirements 7.flight plan shall be submitted for:  Any VFR flight in advisory airspace Any flight crossing an FIR boundary X Any flight across an international boundary All flights
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8.What is each contracting state of ICAO required to provide?  Oceanic control facilities in oceanic areas adjacent to territorial airspace
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