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Island AirJeppesen Dataplan, Inc.CompuFlight, Inc.An aircraft type with a maximum certificated takeoff mass of 7,000 kg (15,500 lbs) or less is defined aslightWhat is the wake turbulence definition for the term "heavy?"maximum certificated takeoff mass of 136,000 kg (300,000 lbs) or more.Standard COM/NAV equipment is considered to be which of the followingAll of the aboveOn an international flight plan form the acronym for the SELCAL code is defined asSEL/If one system fails before takeoff a pilot may want to consider delaying departure, planning on special routes whichare recommended for aircraft suffering partial loss of navigation capability and obtaining a clearance above or belowMNPS airspace.TrueAccording to the text, what are the first two principles of survival over the North Atlantic Ocean?Protection and Location
Flights within the free flow boundary area are approved along the track as designated daily by the ATC NOTAMs.TrueReduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) Airspace is that which has been designated by internationalagreement, as airspace in which air traffic control (ATC) separates aircraft by a minimum of 1,000 feet verticallybetween FL290 and FL410 (inclusive). Typically, this airspace is designated in areas of very hight density traffic.TrueThe place(s) where an aircraft enters and leaves oceanic control airspace is called:coast-in point and coast-out pointCrews who decide to check or update their long-range navigation systems by reference to VOR's should rememberthat in the Canadian Northern Control Area, VORs are not aligned with reference to magnetic___NorthThe North Atlantic (NAT) Region comprises which of the following Flight Information Regions (FIR):New York OceanicGander OceanicSondrestromSanta Maria OceanicThe wet footprint is the amount of time on either side of the Gsret during which, if specific range is degraded for anyreason, the airplane will have to ditch.FalseIf unable to comply with specific provisions, the aircraft should leave its assigned route or track by turning 45degrees to the right or left whenever this is possible.FalseThe Automated Mutual Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) is an International Maritime Mutual Assistanceprogram.TrueAn ETOPS maintenance entity is an entity that has been authorized to perform ETOPS maintenance and authorizedby the certificate holder to complete ETOPS pre-departure service checks.TrueIn regards to airplane performance data: a certificate holder should dispatch an airplane on an ETOPS flight withoutmaking performance data available to its crew members and dispatchers that support all phases of ETOPSoperations, including divert scenarios.FalseWhat is the acronym for ETOPS Pre-Departure Service Check?PDSCSince 1985, the acronym, ETOPS, has been defined as "Extended-range Twin-engine Operations" and has beenlimited to airplanes with only two engines. Current regulations have extended these applications to all passenger-carrying airplanes, and the acronym has now been redefined to mean "extended operations."TrueWhile en route, the forecast weather for designated ETOPS alternates should remain at or above operating minima.

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Term
Spring
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BrianC.Bastin
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International Civil Aviation Organization

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