B direct only C offset only D parallel or direct Explanation When approaching

B direct only c offset only d parallel or direct

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B direct only. C offset only. D parallel or direct. Explanation: When approaching the VOR in the arc between the 052° radial and the 162° radial, entry would be a sector 1 or parallel entry. When approaching the VOR in the arc between the 342° radial and the 052° radial, entry would be a sector 2 or offset (teardrop) entry. The aircraft is approaching along the 052° radial (tracking 232°M inbound to the VOR) so it has the choice of an offset or a parallel entry. Question 629: General provisions for ATS - obstacle clearance. When does Air Traffic Control Services have the responsibility to prevent collisions with terrain? A When a flight in accordance with IFR is vectored by radar. B Always when ATS are provided. C ATS only provides prevention when an aircraft is flying IFR in IMC. D ATS never prevent collisions with terrain. Explanation: ICAO Document 4444 Air Traffic Management Page 8-8 para 8.6.5.2: "When vectoring an IFR flight and when giving a IFR flight a direct routing which takes the aircraft off an ATS route, the radar controller
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shall issue clearances such that the prescribed obstacle clearance will exist at all times until the aircraft reaches a point where the pilot will resume own navigation. When necessary, the minimum radar vectoring altitude shall include a correction for low temperature effect." Question 630: General provisions for ATS - Content of voice position reports (according Doc4444). A complete position report transmitted by radiotelephony shall contain the following elements of information in the order listed. A 1) Aircraft identification, 2) position, 3) time, 4) flight level or altitude, 5) next position and time over, 6) ensuing significant point. B 1) Aircraft identification, 2) position, 3) flight level or altitude, 4) time, 5) next position and time over, 6) ensuing significant point. C 1) Aircraft identification, 2) position, 3) time, 4) flight level or altitude, 5) next position, 6) time over. D 1) Aircraft identification, 2) position, 3) time, 4) true air speed, 5) flight level or altitude, 6) next position and time over. Explanation: NO Question 631: General provisions - handling an ATC-flight plan in case of a delay. In the event of a delay of a controlled flight, the submitted flight plan should be amended or cancelled and a new flight plan submitted when the delay is in excess of: A 30 minutes of the estimated time off blocks. B 60 minutes of the estimated time off blocks. C 30 minutes of the estimated time of departure. D 60 minutes of the estimated time of departure. Explanation: You must submit the flight plan at least 60 minutes before EOBT but it can be amended up to 30 minutes before EOBT. Question 632: You may act as a flight instructor to carry out flight instruction for the issue of a PPL A With a valid licence plus flight instructor rating B With a PPL plus CPL theory C With a CPL D With a PPL plus flight instructor rating Explanation: For a licence to be valid to act as a PPL flying instructor you must have a PPL and have passed the CPL theory exams; a PPL on its own is insufficient.
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