In the ATC flight plan item 15 it is necessary to enter any point at which a

In the atc flight plan item 15 it is necessary to

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In the ATC flight plan item 15, it is necessary to enter any point at which a change of cruising speed takes place. For this purpose a "change of speed" is defined as: A 5% TAS or 0.01 Mach or more B 20 knots or 0.05 Mach or more C 20 km per hour or 0.1 Mach or more D 10 % TAS or 0.05 Mach or more Explanation: JEPPERSON MANUAL, AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL section, page 438, ITEM 15 (3) CHANGE OF SPEED OR LEVEL Question 268: In the ATC flight plan item 15, when entering a route for which standard departure (SID) and standard arrival (STAR) procedures exist: A both should be entered in the ATC plan where appropriate B STARS should be entered but not SIDs C neither SID nor STAR should be entered D SIDs should be entered but not STARs Explanation: BUT, for the exam, refer to the JEPP MANUAL ATC Section ..... page 437, right hand column, para (1) ATS Route ....... including, where appropriate, the coded designator assigned to the standard departure or arrival route ....
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Question 269: When an ATC flight plan has been submitted for a controlled flight, the flight plan should be amended or cancelled in the event of the off-block time being delayed by: A 30 minutes or more B 90 minutes or more C 60 minutes or more D 45 minutes or more Explanation: NO Question 270: In the ATS flight plan Item 19, emergency and survival equipment carried on the flight should be indicated by : 3312289.gif A crossing out the box relevant to any equipment not carried B placing a tick in the relevant box C listing the items carried on the "REMARKS" line D circling the relevant box Explanation: NO Question 271: When completing an ATC flight plan for a flight commencing under IFR but possibly changing to VFR, the letters entered in Item 8 (FLIGHT RULES) would be: A Y B N/S C X D G Explanation: NO Question 272: In the ATC flight plan Item 19, if the number of passengers to be carried is not known when the plan is ready for filing: A "TBN" (to be notified) may be entered in the relevant box B the plan may not be filed until the information is available C the plan should be filed with the relevant box blank D an estimate may be entered but that number may not subsequently be exceeded Explanation: NO Question 273:
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In an ATC flight plan Item 15, in order to define a position as a bearing and distance from a VOR, the group of figures should consist of: A VOR ident, magnetic bearing and distance in nautical miles B VOR ident, true bearing and distance in kilometres C VOR ident, magnetic bearing and distance in kilometres D full name of VOR, true bearing and distance in kilometres Explanation: NO Question 274: An aircraft plans to depart London at 1000 UTC and arrive at Munich (EDDM) at 1215 UTC. In the ATC flight plan Item 16 (destination/EET) should be entered with: A EDDM0215 B EDDM1415 C EDDM AT 0215 D EDDM2H15 Explanation: NO Question 275: In an ATC flight plan Item 15 (route), in terms of latitude and longitude, a significant point at 41°35' north 4°15' east should be entered as: A 4135N00415E B 41°35' N 04° 15'E C N4135 E00415 D N04135E0415 Explanation: NO Question 276: In an ATC flight plan, Item 15 (route), a cruising pressure altitude of 32000 feet would be entered as: A F320 B 32000 C FL320 D S3200 Explanation: NO
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