B prior to the aeroplane moving under its own power until the termination of

B prior to the aeroplane moving under its own power

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B prior to the aeroplane moving under its own power until the termination of flight when the parking brake is set. C when the parking brake is released until the termination of flight when the parking brake is set. D when full thrust is applied until the termination of the flight when the aeroplane is no longer capable of moving under its own power. Explanation: The cockpit voice recorder must start to record prior to the aeroplane moving under its own power and continue to record until the termination of the flight when the aeroplane is no longer capable of moving under its own power. Question 281: Due to risk of tyres explosion, after landing, when the brakes are at a very high temperature, one should approach the landing gear:
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A either from aft or fore. B sidewards. C from the inboard side. D from any direction. Explanation: NO Question 282: During a flight from Europe, scheduled in MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace, you expect to cross the 30°W meridian at 1330 UTC ; you will normally be: A in a day-time organised track system B outside the validity period of the organised track system C in a polar track system D in a night-time organised track system Explanation: NO Question 283: For a non pressurised aircraft, 100% of passengers shall be supplied with supplemental oxygen during: A the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13 000 ft B the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13 000 ft and for any period exceeding 30 minutes at pressure altitudes above 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft C the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 10 000 ft D the entire flight time after 30 minutes at pressure altitudes greater than 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft Explanation: Non-pressurized aeroplanes ..... all cabin crew and 10% of the passengers after 30mins 10000ft to 13000ft .... everyone (all pax and crew) any time above 13000ft. Question 284: For a non pressurised aircraft, all occupants of flight deck seats on flight deck duty shall be supplied with supplemental oxygen during: A the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 10 000 ft B the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13 000 ft and for any period exceeding 30 minutes at pressure altitudes above 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft C the entire flight time after 30 minutes at pressure altitudes greater than 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft D the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13 500 ft Explanation: NO Question 285:
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For a non pressurised aircraft, all required cabin crew members shall be supplied with supplemental oxygen during: A the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13 000 ft and for any period exceeding 30 minutes at pressure altitudes above 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft B the entire flight time after 30 minutes at pressure altitudes greater than 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft C the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 13 000 ft D the entire flight time at pressure altitudes above 10 000 ft Explanation: Supplemental oxygen requirements can be confusing ..... we
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