However once in the air you can fly on a special VFR clearance until the

However once in the air you can fly on a special vfr

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visibility is 3km or above. However, once in the air, you can fly on a special VFR clearance until the visibility drop below 1.5km Question 359: The dangerous goods transport document regarding the safe transport of dangerous goods by air is specified in the: A technical instructions. B air transport permit. C operations manual. D flight manual. Explanation: NO Question 360: The commander shall not commence take-off in icing conditions: A unless the external surfaces are clear of any contamination, except as permitted by Aircraft Flight Manual. B unless the external surfaces are free from any ice contamination greater than 5 mm. C even if the ice contamination does not lead to an excedence of mass and balance limits. D unless the external surfaces are still covered with anti-icing fluid and the aircraft is not to be operated in forecasted icing conditions greater than moderate icing. Explanation: NO Question 361: Regarding all weather operations, if VAT is from 141 kt to165 kt, the aeroplane is in: A Category D. B Category E. C Category C. D Category B.
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Explanation: Aircraft approach category determined by threshold speed: CAT A less than 91 kts CAT B from 91 - 120 kts CAT C from 121 - 140 kts CAT D from 141 - 165 kts CAT E from 166 - 210 kts Question 362: Regarding all weather operations, if VAT is from 91 kt to120 kt, the aeroplane is in: A Category B. B Category E. C Category C. D Category D. Explanation: NO Question 363: In calm wind conditions, an aircraft at take-off creates tip vortices that: A separate outwards on each side of the runway. B separate outwards to the right side only. C separate outwards to the left side only. D stagnate on the runway. Explanation: NO Question 364: In accordance with the fuel policy for isolated aerodromes (EU-OPS 1), for aeroplanes with turbine engines, the amount of Additional Fuel should not be less than the fuel to fly after arriving overhead the destination aerodrome for: A 2 hours at normal cruise consumption, including final reserve fuel. B 30 minutes at normal cruise consumption, including final reserve fuel. C 30 minutes at holding consumption at 1 500 ft (450 m) above aerodrome elevation in standard conditions. D 2 hours at holding consumption at 1 500 ft (450 m) above aerodrome elevation in standard conditions. Explanation: NO Question 365: In accordance with EU-OPS, which of the following are included in the Aerodrome Operating Minima for a non-precision approach? 1 - the required RVR 2 - the ceiling 3 - the minimum descent height (MDH) 4 - the decision height (DH)
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A 1, 2, 3. B 1, 3. C 1, 2, 4. D 1, 4. Explanation: EU OPS 1: 1.225 - An operator shall specify aerodrome operating minima, established in accordance with OPS 1.430 for each departure, destination or alternate aerodrome authorised to be used in accordance with OPS 1.220. (1.220 - An operator shall only authorise use of aerodromes that are adequate for the type(s) of aeroplane and operation(s) concerned.) 1.430 - An operator shall establish, for each aerodrome planned to be used, aerodrome operating minima that are not lower than the values given in Appendix 1 1.430 Appendix 1 - if you isolate this Appendix - which gives us our
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