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When letters are used for registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with urgent signals for example ? Progress > AIM

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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'.


When letters are used for the registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with urgent or distress signals for example ?

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When letters are used the registration mark combinations shall not be used which might be confused with urgent or distress signals example 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'.


Any aircraft deriving its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic force is ?

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Any aircraft deriving its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic force A heavier than air aircraft. icao annex 7 definitions .


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Any machine that can derive support in atmosphere from reactions of air other than reactions of air against earth's surface A heavier than air aircraft. icao annex 7 definitions .


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The state on whose register aircraft entered The state of registry. icao annex 7 definitions .


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The icao annex dealing with registration and marking of aircraft The state of registry. Annex 1 personnel licensing annex 2 rules of air annex 3 meteorological services annex 4 aeronautical charts annex 5 units of measurement annex 6 operation of aircraft annex 7 aircraft nationality registration marks annex 8 airworthiness of aircraft annex 9 facilitation annex 10 aeronautical telecommunications annex 11 air traffic services annex 12 search rescue annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation annex 14 aerodromes annex 15 aeronautical information services annex 16 environmental protection annex 17 security annex 18 the safe transportation of dangerous goods air annex 19 safety management.


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Which of following could be used as a common mark The state of registry. annex 7 aircraft nationality registration marks 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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Icao annex 7 nationality and registration on a heavier than air aircraft where should to registration marks appear On left half of lower surface of wing. annex 7 aircraft nationality registration marks 4 3 heavier than air aircraft 4 3 1 wings on heavier than air aircraft marks shall appear once on lower surface of wing structure they shall be located on left half of lower surface of wing structure unless they extend across whole of lower surface of wing structure so far as possible marks shall be located equidistant from leading trailing edges of wings the tops of letters numbers shall be toward leading edge of wing 4 3 2 fuselage (or equivalent structure) vertical tail surfaces on heavier than air aircraft marks shall appear either on each side of fuselage (or equivalent structure) between wings the tail surface or on upper halves of vertical tail surfaces when located on a single vertical tail surface they shall appear on both sides when located on multivertical tail surfaces they shall appear on outboard sides of outer surfaces.


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According to part fcl minimum age obtaining an atpl On left half of lower surface of wing. Easa part fcl fcl 300 cpl minimum age an applicant a cpl shall be at least 18 years of age fcl 500 atpl minimum age applicants an atpl shall be at least 21 years of age.


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The applicant a cpl a shall have completed at least 5 hours of flight time if she/he followed an integrated flying training course. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation cpl integrated course aeroplanes flying training 8 the flying training not including type rating training shall comprise a total of at least 150 hours to include all progress tests of which up to 5 hours the entire course may be instrument ground time cpl modulare course aeroplanes experience 12 the applicant a cpl(a) shall have completed at least 200 hours flight time.


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Successful completion of multi crew co operation mcc training shall be required to For multi crew aircraft. Fcl 010 definitions multi pilot operation aeroplanes it means an operation requiring at least 2 pilots using multi crew cooperation in either multi pilot or single pilot aeroplanes helicopters it means an operation requiring at least 2 pilots using multi crew cooperation on multi pilot helicopters multi crew cooperation (mcc) means functioning of flight crew as a team of cooperating members led the pilot in command multi pilot aircraft aeroplanes it means aeroplanes certificated operation with a minimum crew of at least two pilots helicopters airships powered lift aircraft it means type of aircraft which required to be operated with a co pilot as specified in flight manual or the air operator certificate or equivalent document.


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The period of validity of type ratings shall be For multi crew aircraft. Easa part fcl fcl 740 validity renewal of class type ratings (a) the period of validity of class type ratings shall be 1 year except single pilot single engine class ratings which period of validity shall be 2 years unless otherwise determined the operational suitability data established in accordance with part 21.


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Icao annex1the applicant to exercise functions of an instrumental flight rating in aeroplanes shall prove his/her capability to pilot such aircraft only instrumental rules and an engine Multi engine / inoperative or simulated inoperative. Icao annex1 2 7 1 2 1 1 an applicant shall have demonstrated ability to operate a multi engine aeroplane solely reference to instruments with one engine inoperative or simulated inoperative if privileges of instrument rating are to be exercised on such aeroplane.


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Icao annex 1the prescribed re examination of a licence holder operating in an area distant from designated medical examination facilities may be deferred at discretion of licence authority provided that such deferment shall only be made as an exception and shall not exceed A single period of six month in case of a flight crew member of an aircraft engaged in non commercial operations. Exceptionnally a medical can be deferred one period of up to 6 months icao annex 1 1 2 5 2 6 circumstances in which a medical examination may be deferred the prescribed re examination of a licence holder operating in an area distant from designated medical examination facilities may be deferred at discretion of licensing authority provided that such deferment shall only be made as an exception shall not exceed a) a single period of six months in case of a flight crew member of an aircraft engaged in non commercial operations .


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The proficiency check of a pilot took place 15th of april the validity of previous proficiency check was 30th of june the period of new proficiency check can be and can't exceed 3 th of december same year. they are not talking about revalidation renewal (for ir qualification sep mep classes or a type rating) they are talking about regular proficiency checks (every 6 months) to ensure that pilots are operating competently complying with standard operating procedures in their companies the initial proficiency check valid six months from end of month in which it issued this means that if initial proficiency check completed on 15th january it will be valid until end of july if subsequent re check taken within last three months of validity of current proficiency check (may june or july) it will be valid from date of re check until end of january.


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Type ratings shall be established For any type of aircraft whenever considered necessary the authority. icao annex 1 personnel licensing 2 1 3 2 type ratings shall be established for a) aircraft certificated operation with a minimum crew of at least two pilots b) helicopters powered lifts certificated single pilot operation except where a class rating has been issued under 2 1 3 1 1 and c) any aircraft whenever considered necessary the licensing authority.


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Icao annex 1when a contracting state renders valid a licence issued another contracting state validity of authorisation Shall not extend beyond period of validity of licence. annex 1 personnel licensing 1 2 2 method of rendering a licence valid 1 2 2 1 when a contracting state renders valid a licence issued another contracting state as an alternative to issuance of its own licence it shall establish validity suitable authorization to be carried with former licence accepting it as equivalent of latter when a state limits authorization to specific privileges authorization shall specify privileges of licence which are to be accepted as its equivalent the validity of authorization shall not extend beyond period of validity of licence the authorization ceases to be valid if licence upon which it was issued revoked or suspended.


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According to part fcl a professional flight crew licence license issued a third country may be validated the competent authority of a member state and period of validation Shall not exceed year provided that basic licence remains valid. Ecqb01 april 2013 easa part fcl annex iii conditions for the acceptance of licences issued by or on behalf of third countries a validation of licences general 1 a pilot licence issued in compliance with requirements of annex 1 to chicago convention a third country may be validated the competent authority of a member state pilots shall apply to competent authority of member state where they reside or are established or if they are not residing in territory of member states where operator which they are flying or intend to fly has its principal place of business 2 the period of validation of a licence shall not exceed 1 year provided that basic licence remains valid this period may only be extended once the competent authority that issued validation when during validation period pilot has applied or undergoing training the issuance of a licence in accordance with part fcl this extension shall cover period of time necessary the licence to be issued in accordance with part fcl the holders of a licence accepted a member state shall exercise their privileges in accordance with requirements stated in part fcl.


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According to part fcl an applicant a cpl a who has satisfactorily followed an completed an integrated flying training course shall have completed as a pilot shall comprise a total of at least 5 hours of flight time. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation cpl integrated course aeroplanes flying training 8 the flying training not including type rating training shall comprise a total of at least 150 hours to include all progress tests of which up to 5 hours the entire course may be instrument ground time.


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According to part fcl an applicant a multi engine ir a shall have completed at least 55 hours instrument time under instruction holder of a cpl(a) may have total amount of training required reduced hours. Regulation (eu) no 1178/2011 aircrew regulation modular training courses the ir flying training 7 a single engine ir(a) course shall comprise at least 50 hours instrument time under instruction of which up to 20 hours may be instrument ground time in an fnpt i or up to 35 hours in an ffs or fnpt ii a maximum of 10 hours of fnpt ii or an ffs instrument ground time may be conducted in an fnpt i 8 a multi engine ir(a) course shall comprise at least 55 hours instrument time under instruction of which up to 25 hours may be instrument ground time in an fnpt i or up to 40 hours in an ffs or fnpt ii a maximum of 10 hours of fnpt ii or an ffs instrument ground time may be conducted in an fnpt i the remaining instrument flight instruction shall include at least 15 hours in multi engine aeroplanes 10 1 the holder of a cpl(a) may have total amount of training required in paragraphs 7 or 8 above reduced 10 hours.



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