Explanation NO Question 243 A separation minimum shall be applied between a

Explanation no question 243 a separation minimum

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Explanation: NO
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Question 243: A separation minimum shall be applied between a light or MEDIUM aircraft and a HEAVY aircraft and between a LIGHT aircraft and a MEDIUM aircraft when the heavier aircraft is making a low or missed approach and the lighter aircraft is utilizing an opposite direction runway for take off, this minimum is: A 2 minutes B 5 minutes C 3 minutes D 1 minute Explanation: Take off separation is 2 minutes between LIGHT or MEDIUM behind HEAVY from the same point on the runway but 3 minutes if the LIGHT or MEDIUM aircraft begins its take off run from an intermediate point on the runway following a HEAVY. Question 244: The speed limitation for IFR flights inside ATS airspace classified as C, when flying below 3.050 m (10.000 ft) AMSL, is: A Not applicable B 250 KT IAS C 240 KT IAS D 250 KT TAS Explanation: NO Question 245: The speed limitation for VFR flights inside ATS airspace classified as C, when flying below 3.050 m (10.000 ft) AMSL, is: A 250 KT IAS B Not applicable C 250 KT TAS D 240 KT IAS Explanation: There is no speed limit in classes A and B airspace or for IFR traffic in class C airspace. However, VFR traffic in class C airspace below 10,000ft is restricted to 250kts IAS. Question 246: The speed limitation for IFR flights inside ATS airspace classified as E, when flying below 3.050 m (10.000 ft) AMSL, is: A 250 KT, IAS B 250 KT, TAS C Not applicable D 260 KT, IAS Explanation: NO
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Question 247: The speed limitation for both IFR flights and VFR flights inside ATS airspace classified as B, when flying below 3,050 m (10,000 ft) AMLS, is: A Not applicable B 260 KT, IAS C 250 KT, TAS D 250 KT, IAS Explanation: There are no speed restrictions for Classes A and B or IFR in Class C. Speed restrictions below 10,000ft apply to VFR traffic in Class C and all traffic in Classes D, E, F and G. Question 248: A strayed aircraft is: A An aircraft which has deviated significantly from its intended track or which reports that it is lost B only that aircraft which reports that it is lost C only that aircraft which has deviated significantly its intended track D an aircraft in a given area but whose identity has not been established Explanation: NO Question 249: Flight information service provided to flights shall include the provision of information concerning collision hazards to aircraft operating in airspace classes: A C to G (inclusive) B A to E (inclusive) C F and G D A to G (inclusive) Explanation: The part of this question that attention needs to be drawn to is "provision of information concerning collision hazards". This is information passed to VFR flights about other VFR flights. VFR flights are not permitted in Class A airspace and the same separation criteria is applied to IFR and VFR flights in Class B airspace. In other classes of airspace ATC will maintain separation of IFR traffic but VFR/VFR traffic must ensure they avoid each other and keep their own separation. Where it is feasible in Classes C to G airspace ATC will pass traffic information to VFR flights about other known VFR flights.
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