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What is a flexible take-off?




What is an Individual Runway Table (IRT)?


List the 8 variables that the pilot has to consider to calculate the possible maximum take-off weight for a given RWY!
         




What is a rejected take-off mode (RTO)?




What is an auto brake?




For what are the white speed bugs and the red bug in the airspeed indicator?

         
How is this set in a modern EFIS (electronic flight instrument system)



What is the speed trend vector




What does balanced field length mean?




What does VR mean?
         



Waht does V2 mean?


The one engine out take-off distance and the accelerate stop distance both depend upon V1.

True or false?



State the names of the different phases of take off!
         



What does VMCG mean?




What does V1 mean?



What does VMCA mean?
         



List the five vital take-off speeds in their correct sequence (Symbol and name).
The Vital Take-off Speeds: Enter the correct
equitation marks (> , ? , = , ? , <).


VMCA ? VMCG
V1 ? VR
VR ? VMCA
Take-off Climb Speed ? V2
Stall Speed ? V2
To calculate the accelerate/stop distance, engine reverse power may be considered.


True or false?
         



Airport elevation is no factor to calculate take-off performance.

True or false?


List the three variables for take-off performance calculation where the pilot needs an update from ATC if a change occurs.
The required runway length for take-off is the longest of the three values:


(List in details)
         


Take-off distance (all engines) is normally 85% of the required runway length.

True or false?

To calculate the maximum take-off weight for a departure on a specific runway on a given day,we take the (highest? lowest?) of ...

(list three take-off weight values to be
considered)



At V1 for balanced take-off, the all engines takeoff distance and the accelerate stop distance areequal.

True or false?
         
To increase engine life and reliability, modern jet aircraft depart with reduced take-off thrust if feasible.

What is the name of this procedure?

How is this reduced thrust calculated?



List the four main factors affecting the take-off and climb performance of a jet aircraft.


When bleed air anti-ice is switched on duringclimb, rate of climb performance will increase.

True or false?
         



Take-off thrust is normally maintained until
passing ....... (ft AAL? ft AMSL?). This thrust
setting is normally limited to .... minutes.



Clean up is normally initiated at ........ (ft AAL? ft AMSL?).
An aircraft is climbing into increasing tailwind.
List the changes for the values below using thewords: unchanged / increasing / decreasing.

- Flight path angle:
- Rate of climb:
- Fuel and time to top of climb:
- Ground distance to top of climb:
         

Rate of climb is increasing with (select all applicable)
a) increasing weight
b) increasing density
c) increasing temperature
d) increasing altitude
e) increasing headwind
f) increasing thrust
Climb gradient is decreasing with (select all applicable)

a) decreasing weight
b) decreasing density
c) decreasing temperature
d) decreasing altitude
e) decreasing tailwind
f) decreasing thrust
If a route is planned over high mountains where the MOCA (minimum obstacle clearing altitude) is lower than the one-engine-out service ceiling of the aircraft, a “drift down procedure” has to be
formulated.

True or false?
         



To formulate a “drift down procedure”, the
“point .......... “ is calculated.




Which point is determined to initiate the descent for landing?



To avoid uneconomic (high? low?) rate of
descent in headwind conditions, the descent is initiated (earlier? later?) than in no wind cond.
         
What is the ideal descent path for jet aircraft regarding aircraft configuration and thrust setting?
a) Landing configuration and idle power
setting
b) Full flaps deployed with cruise power
setting
c) Clean configuration and cruise power
setting
d) Clean configuration and idle power setting
e) Spoilers deployed with idle power setting
An aircraft is descending into decreasing
headwind. List the changes for the values belowusing the words:

unchanged / increasing / decreasing.
- Flight path angle:
- Rate of descent:
- Fuel and time from top of descent point:
- Ground distance from top of descent point:



A headwind will improve the gliding distance of an aircraft.

True or false?
         
Which statement regarding optimum climb profile for jet aircraft is correct?
a) Pilots prefer to level off for separation
instead of flying small detours for
continuous climb
b) Due to low airspeed the aircraft has a good manoeuvrability
c) In high temperatures climb performance is increased due to thermal (warm rising air)
d) ATC speed restrictions are not desired
e) None of the above
Which statement regarding descent performance (rate of descent and speed reduction) of heavy jet aircraft is correct?
a) When reducing to idle power, the parasite drag increases considerably
b) The greater the weight of the aircraft, the better its descent performance
c) In icing conditions, descent performance is improved due to higher parasite drag
d) The rate of descent has to be increased to reduce the speed
e) None of the above



To increase the gliding range of an aircraft, the pilot has to extend the flaps.

True or false?
         



Which class of aircraft has the best descent
performance (high rate of descent without
building up speed)?
An MD83 has a landing weight of 56 tons.

What is the aircraft
configuration permitting
30° bank at 230 kts
190 kts
170 kts
150 kts
An MD83 has a landing weight of 56 tons.

In IMC, speed 133 has to be set at ...... ft AAL.

In VMC, speed 133 has to be set at ...... ft AAL.

The pilot will add a few knots to VA40 to make corrections for .....
         
“Minimum clean speed” is

a) a defined speed for each aircraft type,
regardless weight
b) only to be used below 10’000 ft
c) the most economic “low drag – low power” speed
d) the speed to be achieved for high descent
gradient
“Minimum approach speed” is

a) a defined speed for each aircraft type,
regardless weight
b) a speed to be used at any level
c) the most economic “low drag – low power” speed
d) the speed to be achieved at 500 ft AAL in
VMC



Non pressurized aircraft have a very good
descent performance because they have no
cabin pressure limitations.
True or false?
         



List the values a pilot has to consider when
calculating required landing distance.



In the landing performance graph, a pilot reads a actual landing distance of 600 meters. What is the minimum required runway length?




Engine trust reversers are not considered when calculating landing distance.

True or false?
         



Speed restrictions until short final are
appreciated.

True or false?



Information regarding wind, wind shear and
runway conditions have to be updated by ATC controller whenever changes occur.

True or false?

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