D Execute a VMC approach at the nearest suitable aerodrome Explanation If you

D execute a vmc approach at the nearest suitable

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D Execute a VMC approach at the nearest suitable aerodrome Explanation: If you lose comms in IMC you must continue the flight in accordance with the current flight plan. Upon arriving at the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome you will commence descent for an approach as soon as possible after your ETA (or EAT if you were given one). In either case you should plan to land within 30 minutes of the ETA or last received EAT, whichever is later. Question 58: An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to hold over the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome: A Until the expected approach time last received and acknowledged B 3 minutes, if an expected approach time is not acknowledged C Under no circumstances D 5 minutes in any case Explanation: If you lose comms in IMC you must continue the flight in accordance with the current flight plan. Upon arriving at the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome you will commence descent for an approach as soon as possible after your ETA (or EAT if you were given one). In either case you should plan to land within 30 minutes of the ETA or last received EAT, whichever is later. Question 59: An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to commence descent over the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome (no EAT received): A at or as close as possible to the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) resulting from the Current Flight Plan (CPL). B at or as close as possible to the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) based on the Filed Flight Plan (FPO). C 4 minutes after reaching the Initial Approach Fix (IAP).
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D immediately after reaching the navigation aid in any case. Explanation: If you lose comms in IMC you must continue the flight in accordance with the current flight plan. Upon arriving at the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome you will commence descent for an approach as soon as possible after your ETA (or EAT if you were given one). In either case you should plan to land within 30 minutes of the ETA or last received EAT, whichever is later. Question 60: An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to land, if possible, within: A 30 minutes after ETA or the last EAT, whichever is later B 15 minutes after vacating the transition layer C 30 minutes after noticing the radio failure D 30 minutes after waiting for the EAT Explanation: If you lose comms in IMC you must continue the flight in accordance with the current flight plan. Upon arriving at the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome you will commence descent for an approach as soon as possible after your ETA (or EAT if you were given one). In either case you should plan to land within 30 minutes of the ETA or last received EAT, whichever is later.
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