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Question 18Ground control is not responsible for aircraft that are operating on a non-movement area.TrueFalse
Question 19If an aircraft is flying parallel to the landing runway in the direction opposite to landing, it is onthe ______ leg of the traffic pattern.
Question 20In order to avoid wake turbulence whenlanding behind a departingheavy aircraft, a pilotshould
Question 21Vortices are generated by
Question 22Aircraft with longer wingspans generally have an increased ability to overcome induced roll as aresult of wing-tip vortices.TrueFalse
Question 23When non-radar separation is being used, aircraft operating on an airway are afforded a block ofairspace that is a total of ______ nautical miles wide when they are within 51 miles of thenavigational aid.
Question 24Two aircraft have crossed the same VORTAC at 9,000 and 8,000 feet and are outbound on the277 radial and the 245 radial respectively. The aircraft areNOT DME-equipped. How manymiles from the VORTAC must the aircraft be before vertical separation may be discontinued?
Question 25A Gulfstream is departing the same runway ahead of a Pilatus and is significantly faster. Thedeparture procedures ensure that the two aircraft will be established on courses that diverge by45 degrees within 9 miles of the airport. What is the minimum non-radar separation required?
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Term
Spring
Professor
JamesC.Green
Tags
air traffic management, UVU AVSC 3030, AVSC 3030 Midterm, UVU AVSC 3030 Midterm, ATC Midterm AVSC 3030

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