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1. Q81 An aircraft is flying from ‘A’ to ‘B’ (distance 220 NM) at an average ground speed (GS) of 120 kt. It departs ‘A’ at 1200 UTC. After 70 NM along the course from ‘A’, the aircraft is 5 min ahead of the planned schedule. Using the actual GS, what is the revised estimated time of arrival (ETA) at B?

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2. Q128 Which instantaneous information can be obtained from ground radar equipment?

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3. Q117 When transmitter and receiver are moving away from each other…

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4. Q121 Where is the aircraft located in relation to the VOR? See annex (NAV-022)Siehe Anlage 7

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5. Q111 What is the difference between a locator beacon and a non-directional beacon (NDB)?

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6. Q131 The transponder code in case of hi-jacking is…

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7. Q27 The term ‚magnetic course’ (MC) is defined as…

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8. Q114 Fading in LF/MF frequency range occurs mainly…

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9. Q118 VOR radials are defined based on the principle of…

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10. Q113 The shoreline effect is greatest with radio wave propagation…

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11. Q13 What is the great circle distance between two points A and B on the equator when the difference between the two associated meridians is exactly one degree of longitude?

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12. Q28 The term ‘True Course’ (TC) is defined as…

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13. Q51 A distance of 7.5 cm on an aeronautical chart represents a distance of 60.745 NM in reality. What is the chart scale?

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14. Q48 The distance between two airports is 220 NM. On an aeronautical navigation chart the pilot measures 40.7 cm for this distance. The chart scale is…

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15. Q61 An aircraft is flying with a true airspeed (TAS) of 180 kt and a headwind component of 25 kt for 2 hours and 25 minutes. The distance flown equals…

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16. Q127 Using primary ground radar, the direction of the aeroplane in relation to the antenna is determined by…

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17. Q130 What is the difference between primary and secondary radar?

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18. Q53 An aircraft is flying with an indicated airspeed (IAS) of 150 kt at 8000 ft MSL. According to the rule of thumb, the true airspeed (TAS) equals…

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19. Q123 The range of a VOR is affected by…

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20. Q119 A VOR radial corresponds to the…

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