Question 52 ATC clears Fastair 345 to descend from FL 100 to FL 80 What is the

Question 52 atc clears fastair 345 to descend from fl

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Question 52: ATC clears Fastair 345 to descend from FL 100 to FL 80. What is the correct readback by the pilot: A Leaving flight level 100 descending to flight level 80, Fastair 345 B Descending to 80, Fastair 345 C Leaving 100 to 80, Fastair 345 D Down to flight level 80, Fastair 345 Explanation: The following items of a clearance must always be read back by the pilot to ATC: ATC route clearances, anything to do with a runway, altimeter settings, SSR codes, level/heading/speed instructions and transition levels. Other mandatory readback items (not related to a clearance) include frequencies and VDF information. Question 53: Which elements of a position report cannot be omitted ? A Aircraft identification, position, time B Aircraft identification, position, time, level C Aircraft identification, position, level
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D Aircraft identification, position, next position Explanation: A position report shall contain the following elements: 1 Aircraft identification, 2 Position, 3 Time, 4 Flight level or altitude, 5 next position and time over, 6 next significant point. Items 4, 5 and 6 may be omitted when so prescribed on the basis of regional air navigation agreements. Question 54: Blind transmission shall be made: A On the designated frequency (frequency in use) B During IFR flights only C To all available aeronautical stations D On regional guard frequencies only Explanation: A blind transmission is used when two-way communications cannot be established but the calling station believes that the called station is able to receive the transmission. Question 55: An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in VMC is assumed to: A Continue to fly in VMC, land at the nearest suitable aerodrome, report its arrival B Leave controlled airspace and continue the flight within uncontrolled airspace C Squawk IDENT and proceed to the alternate aerodrome D Continue the flight to destination aerodrome in any case Explanation: There are many lost communications procedures that you need to know. This is the easiest. If you lose comms in VMC you must stay VMC and land at the nearest suitable aerodrome. After landing, report your arrival to the ATSU. Question 56: An aircraft on an IFR flight in VMC experiences radio communication failure. The aircraft is assumed to : A Land at the nearest suitable aerodrome B Land at the destination aerodrome C Land at the alternate aerodrome D Return to the aerodrome of departure Explanation: There are many lost communications procedures that you need to know. This is the easiest. If you lose comms in VMC you must stay
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VMC and land at the nearest suitable aerodrome. After landing, report your arrival to the ATSU. Question 57: An aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC is assumed to: A Proceed in accordance with the current flight plan to the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome B Proceed to an area from where the flight can be continued according to the visual flight rules C Divert to the most suitable aerodrome according to the route of flight
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