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What is the obligation of a State in the event of non compliance with an International Standard ? Balancesheet > reports

exemple question 107
The state has to notify council of icao publish such differences in national aip.


Concerning the Chicago Convention of 1944 ?

exemple question 108
Concerning chicago convention of 1944 Each state has total sovereignty over airspace above its territory.


The Air Navigation Commission consists of ?

exemple question 109
The air navigation commission consists of 9 members appointed the icao council.


exemple question 110
Where the headquarters of icao 9 members appointed the icao council. International civil aviation organization (icao) 999 robert bourassa boulevard montréal quebec h3c 5h7 canada.


exemple question 111
What the status of iata It a trade association of aviation operators others involved with international aviation. Ecqb04 october 2017 iata's mission to represent lead serve airline industry for over 70 years iata has developed global commercial standards upon which air transport industry built it's aim to assist airlines simplifying processes increasing passenger convenience while reducing costs improving efficiency.


exemple question 112
What does acronym iata stand International air transport association. Iata it an international organisation its mission to represent lead serve airline industry it's aim to assist airlines simplifying processes increasing passenger convenience while reducing costs improving efficiency.


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The objectves of iata are To represent lead serve airline industry. iata's mission to represent lead serve airline industry representing airline industry we improve understanding of air transport industry among decision makers increase awareness of benefits that aviation brings to national global economies advocating the interests of airlines across globe we challenge unreasonable rules charges hold regulators governments to account strive sensible regulation leading airline industry for over 70 years we have developed global commercial standards upon which air transport industry built our aim to assist airlines simplifying processes increasing passenger convenience while reducing costs improving efficiency serving airline industry we help airlines to operate safely securely efficiently economically under clearly defined rules professional support provided to all industry stakeholders with a wide range of products expert services.


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In which area of air traffic control in europe does eurocontrol have a logical and operationally essential role to play Air traffic flow management. the european organisation the safety of air navigation commonly known as eurocontrol an international organisation working to achieve safe seamless air traffic management across europe.


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What does international air transport agreement provide The carriage of traffic between state of registration of aircraft any other participating state. Ecqb04 october 2017 international air transport agreement refers to an international agreement on liberalisation of international air transportation it also known as five freedoms agreement it affirms in addition to two freedoms covered the international air services transit agreement three other freedoms of air three freedoms provided the international air transport agreement are (1) freedom to transport passengers cargo from an aircraft's homeland to other countries (2) freedom to transport passengers cargo from other countries to an aircraft's homeland (3) freedom to carry air traffic between countries other than aircraft's homeland.


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According to icao annex 8 a certificate of airworthiness shall be renewed or shall remain valid subject to Laws of state of registry. icao annex 8 chapter 3 certificate of airworthiness 3 2 issuance continued validity of a certificate of airworthiness 3 2 3 a certificate of airworthiness shall be renewed or shall remain valid subject to laws of state of registry provided that state of registry shall require that continuing airworthiness of aircraft shall be determined a periodical inspection at appropriate intervals having regard to lapse of time type of service or alternatively means of a system of inspection approved the state that will produce at least an equivalent result.


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The loading limitations shall include All limiting mass centres of gravity position mass distributions floor loading. icao annex 8 airworthiness of aircraft chapter 9 operating limitations and information 9 1 general the operating limitations within which compliance with standards of this annex determined together with any other information necessary to safe operation of aeroplane shall be made available means of an aeroplane flight manual markings placards such other means as may effectively accomplish purpose the limitations information shall include at least those prescribed in 9 2 9 3 9 4 9 2 operating limitations limitations which there a risk of exceeding in flight which are defined quantitatively shall be expressed in suitable units corrected if necessary errors in measurements so that flight crew can reference to instruments available to them readily determine when limitations are reached 9 2 1 loading limitations the loading limitations shall include all limiting masses centres of gravity positions mass distributions floor loadings.


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The state of design shall ensure that there exists a continuing structural integrity program to ensure airworthiness of aeroplane which includes specific information concerning corrosion prevention and control in respect of aeroplanes Over 57 kg maximum certificate take off mass. annex 8 airworthiness of aircraft 4 2 responsibilities of contracting states in respect of continuing airworthiness 4 2 1 state of design 4 2 1 1 the state of design of an aircraft shall c) ensure that in respect of aeroplanes over 5700 kg maximum certificated take off mass there exists a continuing structural integrity programme to ensure airworthiness of aeroplane the programme shall include specific information concerning corrosion prevention control.


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The set processes which an aircraft with applicable airworthiness requirements and remains in a condition safe operation called as Continuing airworthiness. Continuing airworthiness the process which a newly built aircraft thereafter kept in a condition where it remains airworthy or in other words technically fit flight in words of icao 'all of processes ensuring that at any time in its life an aeroplane complies with technical conditions fixed to issue of certificate of airworthiness is in a condition safe operation'.


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An aircraft having sustained damage while on territory of a contracting state other than state of registry may fly without fare paying passengers to an airport at which it can be restored to an airworthy condition if It receives permission of state of registry. Ecqb04 october 2017 annex 8 3 6 damage to aircraft 3 6 1 when an aircraft has sustained damage state of registry shall judge whether damage of a nature such that aircraft no longer airworthy as defined the appropriate airworthiness requirements 3 6 2 if damage sustained or ascertained when aircraft in territory of another contracting state authorities of other contracting state shall be entitled to prevent aircraft from resuming its flight on condition that they shall advise state of registry immediately communicating to it all details necessary to formulate judgement referred to in 3 6 1 3 6 3 when state of registry considers that damage sustained of a nature such that aircraft no longer airworthy it shall prohibit aircraft from resuming flight until it restored to an airworthy condition the state of registry may however in exceptional circumstances prescribe particular limiting conditions to permit aircraft to fly a non commercial air transport operation to an aerodrome at which it will be restored to an airworthy condition in prescribing particular limiting conditions state of registry shall consider all limitations proposed the contracting state that had originally in accordance with 3 6 2 prevented aircraft from resuming its flight that contracting state shall permit such flight or flights within prescribed limitations 3 6 4 when state of registry considers that damage sustained of a nature such that aircraft still airworthy aircraft shall be allowed to resume its flight.


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Icao annex 7 nationality and registration the registration mark are assigned The state of registry or common mark registering authority. icao annex 7 nationality registration 3 nationality common and registration marks to be used 3 5 the registration mark shall be letters numbers or a combination of letters numbers shall be that assigned the state of registry or common mark registering authority.


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Icao annex 7 nationality and registration when letters are used the registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with Five letter combinations used in international code of signals. annex 7 3 nationality common and registration marks to be used 3 6 when letters are used the registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with five letter combinations used in international code of signals part ii three letter combinations beginning with q used in q code with distress signal sos or other similar urgent signals example xxx pan ttt.


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Icao annex 7 nationality and registration the registration mark shall be letters numbers or a combination of letters and numbers and shall be that assigned the The state of registry or common mark registering authority. icao annex 7 nationality registration 3 nationality common and registration marks to be used 3 5 the registration mark shall be letters numbers or a combination of letters numbers shall be that assigned the state of registry or common mark registering authority.


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The height of marks on fuselage or equivalent structure and on vertical tail surfaces of heavier than air aircraft shall be At least 3 centimetres. icao annex 7 nationality registration 5 2 heavier than air aircraft 5 2 1 wings the height of marks on wings of heavier than air aircraft shall be at least 50 centimetres 5 2 2 fuselage (or equivalent structure) vertical tail surfaces the height of marks on fuselage (or equivalent structure) on vertical tail surfaces of heavier than air aircraft shall be at least 30 centimetres.


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The height of marks under wings of heavier than air aircraft shall be At least 5 centimetres. icao annex 7 nationality registration 5 2 heavier than air aircraft 5 2 1 wings the height of marks on wings of heavier than air aircraft shall be at least 50 centimetres 5 2 2 fuselage (or equivalent structure) vertical tail surfaces the height of marks on fuselage (or equivalent structure) on vertical tail surfaces of heavier than air aircraft shall be at least 30 centimetres.


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When letters are used registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with urgent signals example At least 5 centimetres. annex 7 3 nationality common and registration marks to be used 3 6 when letters are used the registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with five letter combinations used in international code of signals part ii three letter combinations beginning with q used in q code with distress signal sos or other similar urgent signals example xxx pan ttt ttt on january 20 1914 london international convention on safety of life at sea adopted morse code signal ttt as 'safety signal ' used messages to ships 'involving safety of navigation being of an urgent character'.



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