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Operating limitations and information necessary to the safe operation of aircraft are available:
In search and rescue operations, what does the following sign mean ‘V’?
“The length of the take-off run available plus the length of the clearway, if available ” is a definition of the:
The most likely initial consequence of encountering a microburst would be:
Which of the following would be classed as an aircraft accident?
When flying over large bodies of water it is recommended that life jackets:
During refuelling the aircraft and the refuelling station must be “bonded” using an earth wire. This is so that:
Why should the cabin heat control be set to “off” or “closed” before engine start?
The following is a definition of what? “The length of the take-off run available plus the length of any available stopway”.
Which of the following is true in relation to the wake turbulence generated by helicopter?
The strongest wake turbulence is generated by:
You encounter the following windshear on final approach: at 1,000 feet a 25 knot headwind component changes to a 1O knot tailwind component. What will the effect be on your aircraft’s air speed?