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Search and Rescue signals The V signal composed with the help of special strips laid out on the ground by a crashed crew means ? Students > pilot

exemple question 135
annex 12 search rescue .


The phases related to an aircraft in emergency or believed in emergency are ?

exemple question 136
The phases related to an aircraft in emergency or believed in emergency are Uncertainty phase alert phase distress phase. uncertainty phase a situation wherein uncertainty exists as to safety of an aircraft its occupants alert phase a situation wherein apprehension exists as to safety of an aircraft its occupants distress phase a situation wherein there a reasonable certainty that an aircraft its occupants are threatened grave imminent danger require immediate assistance emergency phase a generic term meaning as case may be uncertainty phase alert phase or distress phase.


Under Search and Rescue service Rescue Coordination Centre RCC shall be able to conduct SAR operations ?

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Under search and rescue service rescue coordination centre rcc shall be able to conduct sar operations Uncertainty phase alert phase distress phase. uncertainty phase a situation wherein uncertainty exists as to safety of an aircraft its occupants alert phase a situation wherein apprehension exists as to safety of an aircraft its occupants distress phase a situation wherein there a reasonable certainty that an aircraft its occupants are threatened grave imminent danger require immediate assistance emergency phase a generic term meaning as case may be uncertainty phase alert phase or distress phase.


exemple question 138
Three aircraft 1 2 and 3 arrive successively at ten minute intervals overhead scene of a recent aircraft accident aircraft 1 unable to establish contact with search and rescue centre aircraft 2 able to contact search and rescue centre aircraft 3 a search and rescue helicopterthe command of situation the responsibility of ( ) then mutual consent (2) then (3). icao annex 12 search and rescue 5 6 2 1 if first aircraft to reach scene of an accident not a search rescue aircraft it shall take charge of on scene activities of all other aircraft subsequently arriving until first search rescue aircraft reaches scene of accident if in meantime such aircraft unable to establish communication with appropriate rescue coordination centre or air traffic services unit it shall mutual agreement hand over to an aircraft capable of establishing maintaining such communications until arrival of first search rescue aircraft.


exemple question 139
Icao annex 12 search and rescue contracting states shall establish a rescue co ordination centre In each search rescue region. icao annex 12 search and rescue 5 6 2 1 if first aircraft to reach scene of an accident not a search rescue aircraft it shall take charge of on scene activities of all other aircraft subsequently arriving until first search rescue aircraft reaches scene of accident if in meantime such aircraft unable to establish communication with appropriate rescue coordination centre or air traffic services unit it shall mutual agreement hand over to an aircraft capable of establishing maintaining such communications until arrival of first search rescue aircraft.


exemple question 140
Search and rescue signals what the meaning of symbol 'll in ground air visual signal code use rescue units In each search rescue region. annex 12 search rescue .


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How are search and rescue regions in remote areas organised By regional air navigation agreements. Ecqb04 october 2017 annex 12 search and rescue chapter 2 organization 2 1 search rescue services 2 1 1 contracting states shall individually or in cooperation with other states arrange the establishment prompt provision of search rescue services within their territories to ensure that assistance rendered to persons in distress such services shall be provided on a 24 hour basis 2 1 1 1 those portions of high seas or areas of undetermined sovereignty which search rescue services will be established shall be determined on basis of regional air navigation agreements contracting states having accepted responsibility to provide search rescue services in such areas shall thereafter individually or in cooperation with other states arrange the service to be established provided in accordance with provisions of this annex note the phrase 'regional air navigation agreement refers to agreement approved the council of icao normally on advice of regional air navigation meetings.


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Search and rescue signals a team of rescuers searching an aircraft that believed to have r out of fuel they mark ground with white stripes with signal 'xx' this means We are not able to continue returning to base. annex 12 search rescue .


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Search and rescue signals the meaning of an x displayed survivors on ground Require medical assistance. annex 12 search rescue .


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Member states should introduce specific security measures the air transport of following groups of potentially disruptive passengers defined below Deportees inadmissible persons persons in lawful custody. annex 12 search rescue .


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An aircraft which being subjected to unlawful interference hijacked and forced to divert from cleared track or cruising level without being able to communicate with ats shall try to Continue at an altitude that differs from semi circular rule with feet when above fl 29 5 feet when lower than fl 29. annex 12 search rescue .


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Each state of icao annex 17 shall ensure establishment of a security programme Continue at an altitude that differs from semi circular rule with feet when above fl 29 5 feet when lower than fl 29. icao annex 17 3 2 airport operations 3 2 1 each contracting state shall require each airport serving civil aviation to establish implement maintain a written airport security programme appropriate to meet requirements of national civil aviation security programme 3 2 2 each contracting state shall ensure that an authority at each airport serving civil aviation responsible coordinating implementation of security controls 3 2 3 each contracting state shall ensure that an airport security committee at each airport serving civil aviation established to assist authority mentioned under 3 2 2 in its role of coordinating implementation of security controls procedures as specified in airport security programme 3 2 4 each contracting state shall ensure that airport design requirements including architectural infrastructure related requirements necessary the implementation of security measures in national civil aviation security programme are integrated into design construction of new facilities alterations to existing facilities at airports.


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The aircraft commander when he has reasonable grounds to believe that a person has committed or about to commit on board aircraft an offence against penal law May deliver such person to competent authorities. The convention of tokyo article 6 the aircraft commander may when he has reasonable grounds to believe that a person has committed or about to commit on board aircraft an offence or act contemplated in article 1 paragraph 1 impose upon such person reasonable measures including restraint which are necessary (a) to protect safety of aircraft or of persons or property therein or (b) to maintain good order discipline on board or (c) to enable him to deliver such person to competent authorities or to disembark him in accordance with provisions of this chapter 2 the aircraft commander may require or authorize assistance of other crew members may request or authorize but not require assistance of passengers to restrain any person whom he entitled to restrain any crew member or passenger may also take reasonable preventive measures without such authorization when he has reasonable grounds to believe that such action immediately necessary to protect safety of aircraft or of persons or property therein notice the aircraft commander may request assistance of passengers but he can not require assistance of passengers the aircraft commander can disembark such person without requesting him to disembark.


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The icao annex 17 comprise rules in order to establish security measures passengers Cabin baggage checked baggage cargo other goods access control airport design. annex 17 security chapter 4 preventive security measures 4 1 objective 4 1 1 each contracting state shall establish measures to prevent weapons explosives or any other dangerous devices articles or substances which may be used to commit an act of unlawful interference carriage or bearing of which not authorized from being introduced any means whatsoever on board an aircraft engaged in civil aviation 4 2 measures relating to access control 4 2 1 each contracting state shall ensure that access to airside areas at airports serving civil aviation controlled in order to prevent unauthorized entry 4 2 2 each contracting state shall ensure that security restricted areas are established at each airport serving civil aviation designated the state based upon a security risk assessment carried out the relevant national authorities 4 3 measures relating to aircraft 4 4 measures relating to passengers their cabin baggage 4 4 measures relating to passengers their cabin baggage 4 5 measures relating to hold baggage 4 6 measures relating to cargo mail other goods.


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The national civil aviation security programme shall be established Each contracting state. annex 17 security each contracting state shall establish implement a written national civil aviation security programme to safeguard civil aviation operations against acts of unlawful interference through regulations practices procedures which take into account safety regularity efficiency of flights.


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When a member state allows police officers security staff bodyguards or other agents of foreign states to carry weapons in their territory the protection of aircraft in flight permission the carriage of weapons should be conditional upon Prior notification the state of embarcation to foreign state in which weapons will be carried on airport of arrival notification of pilot in command of a decision to permit a weapon to be carried on board his aircraft. annex 17 security each contracting state shall establish implement a written national civil aviation security programme to safeguard civil aviation operations against acts of unlawful interference through regulations practices procedures which take into account safety regularity efficiency of flights.


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When an aircraft subjected to an unlawful interference has landed it shall notify the most expeditious means of state of registry of aircraft and state of operator of landing and shall similarly transmit all other relevant information to Two aforementioned states each state whose citizens suffered fatalities or injuries each state whose citizens were detained as hostages each state whose citizens are known to be on board aircraft the icao. annex 17 security 5 2 reports 5 2 2 a contracting state in which an aircraft subjected to an act of unlawful interference has landed shall notify the most expeditious means state of registry of aircraft the state of operator of landing shall similarly transmit the most expeditious means all other relevant information to a) two above mentioned states b) each state whose citizens suffered fatalities or injuries c) each state whose citizens were detained as hostages d) each state whose citizens are known to be on board aircraft e) icao famous picture of twa pilot john testrake aboard hijacked flight 847 in beirut (1985).


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When mixing or contact does take place between passengers subjected to security control and other persons not subjected to such control after security screening points at airports serving international civil aviation have been passed The passengers concerned their cabin baggage shall be re screened before boarding an aircraft. annex 17 security 4 4 measures relating to passengers their cabin baggage 4 4 4 each contracting state shall ensure that passengers their cabin baggage which have been screened are protected from unauthorized interference from point of screening until they board their aircraft if mixing or contact does take place passengers concerned their cabin baggage shall be re screened before boarding an aircraft.


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Security measures apply to The passengers concerned their cabin baggage shall be re screened before boarding an aircraft. icao annex 17 3 2 airport operations 3 2 1 each contracting state shall require each airport serving civil aviation to establish implement maintain a written airport security programme appropriate to meet requirements of national civil aviation security programme 3 2 2 each contracting state shall ensure that an authority at each airport serving civil aviation responsible coordinating implementation of security controls 3 2 3 each contracting state shall ensure that an airport security committee at each airport serving civil aviation established to assist authority mentioned under 3 2 2 in its role of coordinating implementation of security controls procedures as specified in airport security programme 3 2 4 each contracting state shall ensure that airport design requirements including architectural infrastructure related requirements necessary the implementation of security measures in national civil aviation security programme are integrated into design construction of new facilities alterations to existing facilities at airports.


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An area suitable the parking of an aircraft which know or believed to be subject of unlawful interference should be located at maximum distance practicable and in any case never less than from other parking positions buildings or public areas etc The passengers concerned their cabin baggage shall be re screened before boarding an aircraft. icao annex 14 aerodrome volume i aerodrome design and operations chapter 3 physical characteristics 3 14 isolated aircraft parking position 3 14 1 an isolated aircraft parking position shall be designated or aerodrome control tower shall be advised of an area or areas suitable the parking of an aircraft which known or believed to be subject of unlawful interference or which other reasons needs isolation from normal aerodrome activities 3 14 2 recommendation the isolated aircraft parking position should be located at maximum distance practicable in any case never less than 100 m from other parking positions buildings or public areas etc.



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