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A 45 kt blast area can be expected behind the propellers of a large turbo prop aeroplane during taxi ? Aptitude > lift > off

exemple question 77


Effective collision avoidance scanning technique requires ?

exemple question 78
Effective collision avoidance scanning technique requires A series of regularly spaced eye movements focusing at least one second on each block area.


The primary objective of an aviation safety investigation into an aircraft accident or aircraft incident is to ?

exemple question 79
The primary objective of an aviation safety investigation into an aircraft accident or aircraft incident to A series of regularly spaced eye movements focusing at least one second on each block area.


exemple question 80
Details on civil aviation accident reporting procedures can be found in the A series of regularly spaced eye movements focusing at least one second on each block area.


exemple question 81
When an aircraft accident occurs pilot or operator of aircraft involved shall ensure that particulars of accident are reported to tsb As soon as possible by quickest means available.


exemple question 82
The tsb shall be notified of a reportable aviation accident when Any of above conditions exist.


exemple question 83
The tsb considers missing aircraft to be A reportable aviation accident.


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Identify maximum time frame reporting any aviation accident to transport canada No time limit prescribed in car 9 49.


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Unless otherwise authorized a pilot on a vfr flight entering class c airspace must Receive a clearance from appropriate atc unit prior to entering.


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When making initial contact with a canadian atc unit pilot of aircraft c gflu should transmit manufacturer's name or type of aircraft followed registration as Golf foxtrot lima uniform.


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When making initial contact with a canadian atc unit pilot of aircraft c fbsq should transmit registration as Foxtrot bravo sierra qu├ębec.


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After a canadian privately registered aircraft has made initial contact with an ats unit which items may be omitted from subsequent transmissions the aircraft type and The first two letters of registration if initiated ats.


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On initial radio contact with an ats unit pilot shall transmit The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics. The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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Atis normally provided To relieve frequency congestion. The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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Where atis available information which should be included on first contact with atc the Atis phonetic identifier. The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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Pilots operating vfr en route in uncontrolled airspace should continuously monitor and 121 5 mhz when practical and not in communication on mf or atf frequency Atis phonetic identifier. The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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En route aircraft should whenever possible maintain a listening watch aircraft in distress on 2 5 mhz on aircraft receiver. The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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Mf procedures such as frequency distance and altitude to follow are given in the Canada flight supplement (cfs) or canada water aerodrome supplement (cwas). The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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Pilots broadcasting on a mf where no ground station in operation should direct their transmission to the Canada flight supplement (cfs) or canada water aerodrome supplement (cwas). The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.


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Pilots operating in vmc and intending to land at aerodromes where no unicom exists should broadcast their intentions on atf of Canada flight supplement (cfs) or canada water aerodrome supplement (cwas). The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft last four letters of registration in phonetics.



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