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Specify the procedures for preparing the complete flight papers. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Sector being Operated by Crew assigned for the flight Last sector operated by Crew Aircraft Serviceability Status Fuel on Board Crew Qualification All the above None of the above Tick as appropriate from above and add missing items, if any. for Route Selection Route Search Route Cost Analysis Route Flyability All of the above None of the above
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In case of actual diversion, list the applicable minima. Fuel Policy: What is the Minimum Required Fuel for the flight being planned? Where would you get MEL information? How would you apply the MEL Information if known, prior Flight Planning? List the Stations/FIR’s for which Notams would be given for the subject flight. Are Co-Advisories given for all flights? If Yes, List types. In preparation of MET Folder, What is the chart selection criteria followed? Attach the calculation of finding out the RTOW, Speeds. Specify the fuel figs relayed to Engineering and Load Control. List action incase the MRF is more than Fuel on Board. List the parameters to be considered If new route needs to be planned. Is Crew Qualification checked prior commencement of Flight Planning? If Yes, Specify the qualifications. When and for which sectors is BOBCAT required? How do you find and select the SID and STAR for the runway / likely runway in use? In case of holding delays, what information would you seek from the crew? List Criteria for Selection of Flight Levels. With the altitude what is effect on TAS and IAS? What is Minimum Zero Fuel Weight? How does it differ from Dry Operating weight? What Flaps are better for T/off and why?
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22. and . . 27. high b) 5°C to 27°C. Advise if LVP would be in operation at the time of departure 0200UTC. . 35. . 32. high Select a) b) c) d) Which a) b) c) d) the ETOPs Approval Time and Speed for B777 415nm – 60mins. 31. low d) -21°C to 0°C.1206 nm – 180 mins 415nm – 60mins. humidity. b) c) d) 24.1206 nm – 180 mins 420nm – 60mins. 811nm–120mins.1226 nm – 180 mins 430nm – 60mins. a) -5°C to 15°C. 30. 1226 nm – 180 mins is the Minima Selected for ETOPs Alternate Landing ETOPs Take-off Approach 25. 36. . . . 37. . 881nm–120mins. V1 V2 VR What is the name of an area beyond the end of a runway which does not contain obstructions and can be considered when calculating takeoff performance of an aircraft? a) Stopway b) Obstruction clearance plane c) Clearway d) Taxiway What is Improved Climb and when it is used for practical purpose? Can we use improved climb on wet runway? When is Fuel Temp briefed to the Crew? Is there any action to be taken in case the Fuel Temp is close to Fuel Freeze Temperature? Under which scenario would a Flight be planned on Mach Nbr instead of Cost Index? What are the Track Timings for North Atlantic Routes? What is RNAV? What is the difference between RNAV and RNP? What is the maximum Wind Shear Criteria for planning a flight? What is MNPS? Under which conditions would the most serious carburetor icing be expected? Outside air temperature range of . 26. 840nm–120mins. 827nm–120mins. . 28. 34. YES / NO TAF VIDP 100900Z 1012/1118 29005KT 4000 HZ NSC BECMG 1014/1016 VRB02KT 2000 FU BECMG 1018/1020 1200 BR BECMG 1022/1024 00000KT 0700 BR BECMG 1103/1105 29003KT 1500 BR BECMG 1106/1108 26008KT 4000 HZ The maximum speed during takeoff that the pilot may abort the takeoff and stop the airplane within the accelerate-stop distance is a) VREF 23. low c) -21°C to 0°C. . 29. 33.
Can A Non-ETOPS route become ETOPS route? YES / NO. c) Minimums are decreased by 100 feet and 400 feet. when is PROB not to be considered? The cloud condition at HTDA is forecast to TAF HTDA 101000Z 1012/1118 03015KT 9999 SCT027 BECMG 1015/1018 06010KT SCT024 BECMG 1021/1024 SCT022 BECMG 1103/1106 36010KT SCT023 BECMG 1109/1112 04020KT OVC020 48. 50. The minimum weather conditions that must exist for an airport to be listed as an alternate in the dispatch release for a flight are a) those listed in the IAP charts for the alternate apt. A NOTAM states Landing Distance at the destination airport has been reduced. Is there a time window of applicability for ETOPS minima? If YES. glideslope. 51. 39. TEMPO and PROB from the attached TAFS. at the time the flight is expected to arrive. 44. from 1 hr before or after the ETA for that flight. specify reference source Closest Alternate Farthest Alternate Online Station Offline Station 41. marker beacons. 45. taxiway lead-off lights and RVR. VOR. What will you check before dispatching a flight? What Flaps are better for landing and why? When a pilot's flight time consists of 100 hours' pilot in command in a particular type airplane. 42. 49. list reason. TAF EGLL 101059Z 1012/1118 13014KT 9999 FEW008 BKN012 TEMPO 1012/1015 5000 RADZ FEW005 BKN009 BECMG 1018/1021 4000 RASN BKN006 PROB30 1021/1101 0700 SN BKN002 In TAFS. 43. ADF. c) those listed in the IAP charts for the alternate airport. Criteria a) b) c) d) for Alternate Selection. c) Not more than 1 hour at normal cruise speed in still air with one engine inoperative. b) those listed in the IAP charts for the alternate airport. Specify the Landing minima required for a PIC with less than 100 hours on type. what is the maximum distance that a TAKE OFF alternate airport may be located from the departure airport? a) Not more than 2 hours at normal cruise speed in still air with one engine inoperative. Explain the applicability of BECMG. 40. If yes. Which ground components are required to be operative for a Category II approach in addition to LOC.38. and approach lights? a) Radar. b) All of the required ground components. . If a four-engine air carrier airplane is dispatched from an airport that is below landing minimums. 47. Specify. 46. c) RCLS and REIL. b) Minimums are increased by 100 feet and 400 feet. b) Not more than 2 hours at cruise speed with one engine inoperative. how does this affect the minimums for the destination airport? a) Has no effect on destination but alternate minimums are no less than 300’ and 1200’. What is the effect of NOTAM stating ALS out at the destination airport? The flight is expected to land at Max Landing Weight. when the flight arrives.
BECMG 1115/1118 03015KT 9999 BKN024 a) b) c) d) remain clear. The KORD 1800Z wind is forecast to be TAF KORD 071245Z 0713/0723 VRB03KT P6SM SKC FM1800Z 26010KT P6SM SCT100 SCT250 RMK NXT FCST BY 17Z= a) 260°T at 10 kts b) 260°M at 10 kts c) 55.000 feet 10. remain scattered until 0900Z.000 feet 57. The 1500Z temperature/dew point spread at CYYZ is METAR CYYZ 071500Z 34010KT 15SM FEW015 FEW250 M20/M24 A3045 RMK SC1CI1 SLP342= a) minus 20°C b) minus 24°C c) 44°C . The WSSS aerodrome forecast covers a period of TAF WSSS 101100Z 1012/1118 03007KT 9999 FEW018CB SCT020 TEMPO 1105/1108 3000 TSRA FEW012CB BKN015 a) 24 hours b) 12 hours c) 30 hours d) 6 hour 54. Variable at 3 kts d) Calm The 1500Z KEWR METAR indicates that the TAF KEWR 071245Z 071323 34015KT P6SM SCT010 SCT020 RMK NXT FCST BY 17Z= METAR KEWR 071500Z 34010KT 15SM FEW015 FEW250 M20/M24 A3045 RMK SC1CI1 SLP342= a) visibility is greater than forecast b) ceiling is lower than forecast c) winds are lower than forecast d) ceiling is as forecast 56. The forecast visibility at KJFK between 1500Z and 2100Z is TAF KJFK 071030Z 0711/0811 30010KT WS015/35030KT P6SM SCT250 FM2100Z 26010KT WS015/35030KT P6SM SCT030 SCT100 BKN250 FM0200Z 33015KT P6SM BKN030 BKN100 TEMPO 0209 3SM -SN FM0900Z 34020KT 3SM BLSN OVC020 TEMPO 0911 1SM -SN BLSN OVC020 RMK NXT FCST BY 17Z= a) 15 SM in wet snow b) 15 NM in wet snow c) greater than 6 NM d) greater than 6 SM 53.000 feet 2. The ceiling at VOHY at 1500Z is METAR VOHY 071500Z 29012KT 9999 SCT020 BKN100 21/05 Q1004 RMK= a) b) c) d) 200 feet 1. thicken and lower. become overcast at 200 feet. 52.
0 mb 933. Hg 1332.d) 4° C 58.43 in. Hg 30. The QNH at KMKE is METAR KMKE 071500Z 34008KT 15SM SKC M24/M28 A3043 RMK SLP332= a) b) c) d) e) 30.2 in.2 mb .43 mb 933.
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