A Distance 118 NM Time 53 min B Distance 62 NM Time 28 min C Distance 79 NM

A distance 118 nm time 53 min b distance 62 nm time

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A Distance: 118 NM Time: 53 min B Distance: 62 NM Time: 28 min C Distance: 79 NM Time: 45 min
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D Distance: 59 NM Time: 30 min Explanation: NO Question 462: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The identifier of the radio navigation aid at (56°06'N012°15'E) is: 33007.gif A NOA B SVD04 C NORA D WX Explanation: The name of the VOR beacon is NORA but the identifier is NOA. Question 463: From which of the following would you expect to find the dates and times when temporary danger areas are active A NOTAM and AIP B RAD/NAV charts C SIGMET D Only AIP Explanation: NO Question 464: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The radio navigation aid(s) at (55°59'N 014°06'E) is/are: 33007.gif A NDB, frequency 363 kHz. B VOR, frequency 363 kHz. C VORDME, frequency 116.9 MHz. D NDB, frequency 116,9 KHz. Explanation: The navigation aid is Kristianstad NDB. Question 465: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The radio navigation aid(s) at (56°17'N010°47'E) is/are: 33007.gif A NDB, frequency 374 kHz. B VORDME, frequency 374 kHz. C NDB, frequency 374 kHz, for Temporary Use (TU). D VOR, frequency 374 MHz.
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Explanation: The navigation aid is Tirstrup NDB with an identifier of TU. Question 466: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The radio navigation aid(s) at (56°09'N 013°14'E) is/are: 33007.gif A VOR, frequency 116.9MHz. B VORDME, frequency 116.2 MHz. C VORDME, frequency 116.9MHz. D VOR, frequency 116.2MHz. Explanation: The navigation aid is the Vedby VOR on frequency 116.9mHz. There is no DME associated with this VOR. Question 467: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The radio navigation aid(s) at (55°26'N011°38'E) is/are: 33007.gif A VORDME, frequency 112.8 MHz B NDB, frequency 112.8 kHz C VORDME, frequency 128.75 MHz D VORDME, frequency 128.15 MHz Explanation: The navigation aids are the Korsa VOR/DME on frequency 112.8mHz. Question 468: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The radio navigation aid at (57°45'N013°48'E) is a: 33007.gif A NDB, frequency 355 kHz B VOR, frequency 355 MHz C VOR, frequency 355 kHz D NDB, frequency 355 MHz Explanation: The navigation aid is Bottna NDB on frequency 355kHz. Question 469: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)2) The identifier of the radio navigation aid at (56°07'N012°58'E) is: 33007.gif A AOR B SVD C ASTOR D SVD03
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Explanation: The navigation aid is the Astor VOR with an identifier of AOR Question 470: When calculating the fuel required to carry out a given flight, one must take into account: 1 - the wind 2 - foreseeable airborne delays 3 - other weather forecasts 4 - any foreseeable conditions which may delay landing The combination which provides the correct answer is: A 1, 2, 3, 4 B 1, 3 C 1, 2, 3 D 2, 4 Explanation: All factors in the question are relevant to fuel planning. Question 471: For this question use Route Manual chart E(HI)1) The radio navigation aid(s) at (57°32'N004°03'W) is/are: 33006.gif A VORDME, frequency 109.2 MHz B VOR, frequency 109.2 MHz, no DME available C VORDME, frequency 109.2 kHz D VOR, frequency 109.2 MHz, for INS update only Explanation: The navigation aid is Inverness VOR/DME on a frequency of 109.2mHz.
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