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B 40 kt. C 20 kt. D 60 kt.
Explanation: A 40 kt headwind component may well become a 40 kt tailwind component as the aircraft crosses the microburst. Hence a windshear of 80 kt. Question 125: In addition to informing each State, whose citizens are known to be on board an aircraft, the State of the country in which an aircraft has landed after an act of unlawful interference must immediately notify the: A State of Registry of the aircraft, the State of the operator and ICAO B State of the operator, the J.A.A. and ICAO C State of Registry of the aircraft and the J.A.A. D State of Registry of the aircraft and the State of the operator only Explanation: NO Question 126: The holdover time of an anti-icing procedure, for a given ambient temperature, will be longest in weather conditions of: A frost B freezing fog C steady snow D rain on a cold soaked wing Explanation: NO Question 127: At any ambient temperature up to + 30° C and with a relative humidity as low as 40 %, in clear air, free of fog and precipitation, serious carburettor icing: A can occur, but only at a low power setting B can occur, but only at full power or cruise settings C can occur at any setting D cannot occur Explanation: NO Question 128: DOC 4444 (ICAO) establishes, that wake turbulence separation minima shall be based on a grouping of aircraft types into three categories according to the maximum certificated take-off mass. Heavy (H) Category, are all aircraft types of: A 136 000 Kg or more B less than 136 000 Kg but more than 126 000 Kg C 146 000 Kg or more D 135 000 Kg or more
Explanation: NO Question 129: As regards the detection of bird strike hazard, the pilot's means of information and prevention are: 1 - ATIS. 2 - NOTAMs. 3 - BIRDTAMs. 4 - Weather radar. 5 - The report by another crew. The combination regrouping all the correct statements is : A 1,2,5 B 1,3,4 C 1,2,3,4,5 D 2,5 Explanation: Bird information - from the ATIS, NOTAMS and other crew BIRDTAMS - these exist ... saw loads in my military life, but not in my civilian one - the EXAM answer ignores it .....so ........definately ATIS, NOTAMS and other crew ... definately NOT Weather Radar Question 130: Each flight is subject to a preliminary file collecting a certain amount of information. The operator will see that this file is kept on ground. It contains more particularly: 1 - the weather conditions for the day including the weather forecast at destination, 2 - one copy of the operational flight plan and, if required, the weight and balance sheet, 3 - copies of the relevant parts of the aircraft's materiel report, 4 - the en-route NOTAM documentation when specifically issued by the operator, 5 - notification for special loadings, 6 - for each flight, details of the day's performances and limitations with completed charts. The combination regrouping all the correct statements is: A 2,3,4,5 B 2,4 C 1,2,3,4,5,6 D 1,3,5 Explanation: NO Question 131: Following an emergency landing which will need an escape from the aircraft, you will: 1 - remain on the runway, 2 - clear the runway using the first available taxiway, 3 - keep one engine or the APU running in order to maintain the electrical power supply on, 4 - turn off all systems. The combination regrouping all the correct statements is: A 1,4.