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1. Q44 An emergency landing is a landing…

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2. Q10 May an engine, which previously was on fire, be restarted?

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3. Q57 What danger does standing water on the runway pose to aircraft?

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4. Q16 In flight, a little smoke emerges from behind the instrument panel. An engine fire is suspected. Which action, with respect to the pilot’s operating manual, should be taken?

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5. Q36 Two aircraft of the same type, same grossweight and same configuration fly at different airspeeds. Which aircraft will cause more severe wake turbulence?

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6. Q4 How can the pilot of an an engine-driven aircraft minimise the noise emission during descent and approach?

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7. Q8 Why is it dangerous to pump the throttle for engine start in cold weather?

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8. Q7) Flight rules

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9. Q29 After lift-off, a much stronger than expected airspeed rise is experienced during the initial climb phase. What may be expected if the aeroplane entered a microburst?

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10. Q25 Which phenomenon may be expected at point 2 of the microburst? See figure (OPR-001)Siehe Anlage 1

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11. Q18 Which weather phenomenon is typically associated with wind shear?

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12. Q11 Which gas is most dangerous during an engine fire?

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13. Q31 Wake turbulences develop during take-off just as the aeroplane…

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14. Q42 Which method is appropriate to approach an unprepared landing field?

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15. Q23 After take-off an aeroplane gets into a wind shear with decreasing headwind. As a result…

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16. Q45 A landing conducted in response to circumstances forcing the aircraft to land is a / an…

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17. Q54 Under which circumstances may a runway be considered to be contaminated?

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18. Q12 Smoke enters the cockpit during an engine fire. Which actions have to be taken immediately?

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19. Q47 Which of the following landing areas is most suitable for an off-field landing?

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20. Q26 Which phenomenon may be expected at point 3 of the miroburst? See figure (OPR-001)Siehe Anlage 1

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