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While taxiing an aircraft receives from the airport controller the following light signal a series of green flashes This signal means that the aircraft ? Diploma > registration

exemple question 112
May continue to taxy towards take off area.


While taxying an aircraft receives the following light signal from the control tower series of red flashes This signal means that the aircraft ?

exemple question 113
While taxying an aircraft receives following light signal from control tower series of red flashes this signal means that aircraft Must vacate landing area in use.


Whilst flying in an aerodrome's traffic circuit an aircraft receives a series of green flashes from the tower The aircraft ?

exemple question 114
Whilst flying in an aerodrome's traffic circuit an aircraft receives a series of green flashes from tower the aircraft Must come back to land the landing clearance will be sent in due time.


exemple question 115
Vfr flights shall not be operated above Must come back to land the landing clearance will be sent in due time. sera 5005 visual flight rules (d) unless authorised the competent authority in accordance with regulation (ec) no 730/2006 vfr flights shall not be operated (1) above fl 195 (2) at transonic supersonic speeds.


exemple question 116
Which fl can be used to perform a vfr flight on a magnetic track of 200° Must come back to land the landing clearance will be sent in due time. sera 5005 visual flight rules (d) unless authorised the competent authority in accordance with regulation (ec) no 730/2006 vfr flights shall not be operated (1) above fl 195 (2) at transonic supersonic speeds.


exemple question 118
Which fl can be used to perform a vfr flight on a magnetic track of 170° Must come back to land the landing clearance will be sent in due time. sera 5005 visual flight rules (d) unless authorised the competent authority in accordance with regulation (ec) no 730/2006 vfr flights shall not be operated (1) above fl 195 (2) at transonic supersonic speeds.


exemple question 119
Except when necessary take off or landing a vfr flight over congested areas of cities towns or settlements or over an open air assembly of persons shall not be flown at a height less than 3 m above highest obstacle within a radius of 6 m from aircraft. Icao annex 2 chapter 4 visual flight rules 4 6 except when necessary take off or landing or except permission from appropriate authority a vfr flght shall not be flown a) over congested areas of cities towns or settlements or over an open air assembly of persons at a height less than 300 m (1000 ft) above highest obstacle within a radius of 600 m from aircraft b) elsewhere than as specified in 4 6 a) at a height less than 150 m (500 ft) above ground or water.


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Outside congested areas of cities towns or settlements or over an open air assembly of persons a vfr flight shall not be flown at a height less than 3 m above highest obstacle within a radius of 6 m from aircraft. Icao annex 2 chapter 4 visual flight rules 4 6 except when necessary take off or landing or except permission from appropriate authority a vfr flght shall not be flown a) over congested areas of cities towns or settlements or over an open air assembly of persons at a height less than 300 m (1000 ft) above highest obstacle within a radius of 600 m from aircraft b) elsewhere than as specified in 4 6 a) at a height less than 150 m (500 ft) above ground or water.


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Interceptionthe standard phrase with meaning 'position unknown' use intercepted aircraft 3 m above highest obstacle within a radius of 6 m from aircraft. icao annex 2 rules of air appendix 2 'interception of civil aircraft' 3 radiocommunication during interception if radio contact established during interception but communication in a common language not possible attempts shall be made to convey instructions acknowledgement of instructions essential information using phrases pronunciations in table below transmitting each phrase twice .


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Interceptionif radio contact established during interception but communication in a common language not possible attempts shall be made to convey instructions and essential information using standard phrases and pronunciations transmitting each phrase twice the standard phrase with meaning 'land at this aerodrome' use intercepting aircraft 3 m above highest obstacle within a radius of 6 m from aircraft. icao annex 2 rules of air appendix 2 'interception of civil aircraft' 3 radiocommunication during interception if radio contact established during interception but communication in a common language not possible attempts shall be made to convey instructions acknowledgement of instructions essential information using phrases pronunciations in table below transmitting each phrase twice .


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A glider and an aircraft towing a banner are on a converging course which has right of way Glider regardless of position. Rights of way have been established agreed internationally to ensure that aircraft in proximity with each other in vmc know which aircraft has right of way over other what action must be taken to avoid collision icao annex 2 rules of air 3 2 1 right of way the aircraft that has right of way shall maintain its heading speed 3 2 2 1 an aircraft that obliged the following rules to keep out of way of another shall avoid passing over under or in front of other unless it passes well clear takes into account effect of aircraft wake turbulence 3 2 2 2 approaching head on when two aircraft are approaching head on or approximately so there danger of collision each shall alter its heading to right 3 2 2 3 converging when two aircraft are converging at approximately same level aircraft that has other on its right shall give way except as follows a) power driven heavier than air aircraft shall give way to airships gliders balloons b) airships shall give way to gliders balloons c) gliders shall give way to balloons d) power driven aircraft shall give way to aircraft which are seen to be towing other aircraft or objects 3 2 2 4 overtaking an overtaking aircraft an aircraft that approaches another from rear on a line forming an angle of less than 70 degrees with plane of symmetry of latter i e in such a position with reference to other aircraft that at night it should be unable to see either of aircraft's left (port) or right (starboard) navigation lights an aircraft that being overtaken has right of way the overtaking aircraft whether climbing descending or in horizontal flight shall keep out of way of other aircraft altering its heading to right no subsequent change in relative positions of two aircraft shall absolve overtaking aircraft from this obligation until it entirely past clear.


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When two or more aircraft are approaching an aerodrome landing Usually lower aircraft has right of way. Sera 3210 right of way.


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You are on an ifr flight executing a circling approach a descend below mda should not be made until 1 pilot has landing threshold in sight2 visual reference has been established and can be maintained3 required obstacle clearance can be maintained and a landing can be madethe combination regrouping all correct answers Usually lower aircraft has right of way. During a non precision approach you must remain at or above minimum descent altitude (mda) until visual reference to landing threshold has been established can be maintained.


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A glider and a power driven aircraft are on approach to land the glider higher than power driven aircraft the right of way for Usually lower aircraft has right of way. Rights of way have been established agreed internationally to ensure that aircraft in proximity with each other in vmc know which aircraft has right of way over other what action must be taken to avoid collision icao annex 2 rules of air 3 2 1 right of way the aircraft that has right of way shall maintain its heading speed 3 2 2 1 an aircraft that obliged the following rules to keep out of way of another shall avoid passing over under or in front of other unless it passes well clear takes into account effect of aircraft wake turbulence 3 2 2 2 approaching head on when two aircraft are approaching head on or approximately so there danger of collision each shall alter its heading to right 3 2 2 3 converging when two aircraft are converging at approximately same level aircraft that has other on its right shall give way except as follows a) power driven heavier than air aircraft shall give way to airships gliders balloons b) airships shall give way to gliders balloons c) gliders shall give way to balloons d) power driven aircraft shall give way to aircraft which are seen to be towing other aircraft or objects 3 2 2 4 overtaking an overtaking aircraft an aircraft that approaches another from rear on a line forming an angle of less than 70 degrees with plane of symmetry of latter i e in such a position with reference to other aircraft that at night it should be unable to see either of aircraft's left (port) or right (starboard) navigation lights an aircraft that being overtaken has right of way the overtaking aircraft whether climbing descending or in horizontal flight shall keep out of way of other aircraft altering its heading to right no subsequent change in relative positions of two aircraft shall absolve overtaking aircraft from this obligation until it entirely past clear 3 2 2 5 landing 3 2 2 5 1 an aircraft in flight or operating on ground or water shall give way to aircraft landing or in final stages of an approach to land 3 2 2 5 2 when two or more heavier than air aircraft are approaching an aerodrome the purpose of landing aircraft at higher level shall give way to aircraft at lower level but latter shall not take advantage of this rule to cut in in front of another which in final stages of an approach to land or to overtake that aircraft nevertheless power driven heavier than air aircraft shall give way to gliders 3 2 2 5 3 emergency landing an aircraft that aware that another compelled to land shall give way to that aircraft 3 2 2 6 taking off an aircraft taxiing on manoeuvring area of an aerodrome shall give way to aircraft taking off or about to take off.


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Over congested areas of cities towns or settlements or over an open air assembly of persons a vfr flight shall not be flown at a height less than Usually lower aircraft has right of way. read carefully 'over' or 'outside' at beginning of question over congested areas 1000 ft outside congested areas 500 ft icao annex 2 chapter 4 visual flight rules 4 6 except when necessary take off or landing or except permission from appropriate authority a vfr flght shall not be flown a) over congested areas of cities towns or settlements or over an open air assembly of persons at a height less than 300 m (1000 ft) above highest obstacle within a radius of 600 m from aircraft b) elsewhere than as specified in 4 6 a) at a height less than 150 m (500 ft) above ground or water.


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Annex 2 rules of air general rulesa time check shall be obtained Prior to operating a controlled flight at such other times during flight as may be necessary. Ecqb04 october 2017 annex 2 rules of air general rules 3 5 time 3 5 1 coordinated universal time (utc) shall be used shall be expressed in hours minutes and when required seconds of 24 hour day beginning at midnight 3 5 2 a time check shall be obtained prior to operating a controlled flight at such other times during flight as may be necessary 3 5 3 wherever time utilized in application datalink communications it shall be accurate to within 1 second of utc.


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While flying at night another aircraft reports that you are on his 100° relative bearing assuming you are on converging courses you should see his Green navigation light. Ecqb04 november 2017 if you are on his 100º relative bearing that means that you are at his approx 3 o'clock position (+ a few degrees) = you will see his right wing = green light.


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Interceptionif radio contact established during interception but communication in a common language not possible attempts shall be made to convey instructions and essential information using standard phrases and pronunciations transmitting each phrase twice the standard phrase with meaning 'what your call sign ' use intercepting aircraft Green navigation light. icao annex 2 rules of air appendix 2 'interception of civil aircraft' 3 radiocommunication during interception if radio contact established during interception but communication in a common language not possible attempts shall be made to convey instructions acknowledgement of instructions essential information using phrases pronunciations in table below transmitting each phrase twice .


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Where two or more closely spaced aerodromes are located so that coordinated procedures are required a common transition altitude shall be established this common transition altitude shall be The highest that would be required if aerodromes were considered separately. Icao doc 8168 2 1 2 transition altitude 2 1 2 2 where two or more closely spaced aerodromes are located so that coordinated procedures are required a common transition altitude shall be established this common transition altitude shall be highest that would be required if aerodromes were considered separately 2 1 2 4 the height above aerodrome of transition altitude shall be as low as possible but normally not less than 900 m (3 000 ft) 2 1 2 5 the calculated height of transition altitude shall be rounded up to next full 300 m (1 000 ft).


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The calculated height of transition level shall be rounded up to next full The highest that would be required if aerodromes were considered separately. transition level shall be rounded up to next full 500 ft transition altitude shall be rounded up to next full 1000 ft.



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