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    Good morning Maz, First off, sorry for the...

    Good morning Maz,

    First off, sorry for the late reply. Had some very busy/exhausting days which didn't allow me to reply here.

    If you don't have the CAP698, refer to this link and see if you...
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    Good morning Maz, Could you please copy the...

    Good morning Maz,

    Could you please copy the question, answer and "More Info" (if available) into here? I would love to help you, but I can't access the database at the moment.

    Sincerely,...
  3. Thread: Q4611

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    Good morning, That does seem odd, I am certain...

    Good morning,

    That does seem odd, I am certain contingency fuel is not a requirement, and some browsing of the web shows me that some carriers disallow it to save Weight. Unfortunately, I just...
  4. Good morning subsky, The problem here, is that...

    Good morning subsky,

    The problem here, is that if you type it in your calculator as is, it will do the square root of the new weight, then go from left to right. (100 * 44.72136 / 1000)
    Vsn = Vso...
  5. Thread: Q4611

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    Good evening anders, Contingency fuel is...

    Good evening anders,

    Contingency fuel is defined by the PIC and has no formulae, as the captain determines it. It is what you add after reserve fuel, so you always carry more than the legal...
  6. Thread: Q4708

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    Good afternoon, In the EU-OPS documents, I can...

    Good afternoon,

    In the EU-OPS documents, I can find that the RVR for a CAT III-B approach lies between 75 and 200 m. This adds 25 m to both values of ICAO, as ICAO prescribes 50 - 175m.
    So yes,...
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    Quick update, I just reviewed my calculations and...

    Quick update, I just reviewed my calculations and found the missing 100. I accidentally subtracted the slope from 58,000 instead of 58,100.

    Sincerely,
    Patrick van Harten
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    Good afternoon Anders, Look at the table for...

    Good afternoon Anders,

    Look at the table for flaps 40, 3000 ft, and 30 F. There is no 30 F, so we'll have to interpolate. Between 58 and 56 lies 57, so not corrected for wind or slope, the maximum...
  9. Thread: Q5187

    by patrickvanharten
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    Good afternoon anders, It does seem...

    Good afternoon anders,

    It does seem unnecessarily complicated. Here is my interpretation:

    The operator is allowed to recover the costs for transportation, administration etc. that the...
  10. Thread: 11544

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    Definitely; there is no right answer. If it comes...

    Definitely; there is no right answer. If it comes up, write a letter to the people responsible for your exams, and use TJ-ProPilot's comment as a reason behind your complaint.

    Sincerely,
    Patrick...
  11. Thread: Q5660

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    Good afternoon, In the reference, look under...

    Good afternoon,

    In the reference, look under 58000 kg (closest). This gives us 13 minutes, 1150 kg, 63 nAm and 354 kts.
    You can tell it should be slightly less than 1150 but more than 1100. This...
  12. Thread: 11544

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    Afternoon, You are completely correct,...

    Afternoon,

    You are completely correct, TJ-ProPilot, disregard my comment as I completely misinterpreted the question. My apologies, if I have brought further confusion.

    Sincerely,
    Patrick van...
  13. Thread: 11544

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    Good afternoon, You are flying due North, at...

    Good afternoon,

    You are flying due North, at least from the airway's perspective, so you are approaching from the South.
    Mind if I ask you what caused you to think it would be Western?
    ...
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    Good afternoon, Cdogutan I don't have access...

    Good afternoon, Cdogutan

    I don't have access to the actual chart as of now, but he E> means that the arrow's direction indicates the even route, however, without RVSM, above FL290 flight levels...
  15. Thread: Q5290

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    Good morning, If you could post the entire...

    Good morning,

    If you could post the entire question and any images that come with the question I would be glad to help you out.

    Sincerely,
    Patrick van Harten
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    Good morning grodep, Unfortunately my...

    Good morning grodep,

    Unfortunately my subscription has expired so I am unable to check the exact question, so if this is not the answer you are looking for please copy and paste the entire...
  17. Good evening, Wouldn't you agree, though, that...

    Good evening,

    Wouldn't you agree, though, that the very minima would be established by the state (of the aerodrome), any figures mentioned by the operator would be higher than the minima.

    Eg....
  18. Good morning Dave, All your information,...

    Good morning Dave,

    All your information, progress and problem questions are fixed to your account and eventhough I am not sure how long exactly, it's stored for a fair amount of time so you don't...
  19. Good morning Subsky, This question doesn't...

    Good morning Subsky,

    This question doesn't require an annex, so my best guess is that they accidentally put a link there. You can calculate it using 30 ft/hPa and keep in mind the temperature is a...
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    Good evening Anders, To add onto the answer of...

    Good evening Anders,

    To add onto the answer of Tech Support, there is also a higher level of UV light (which creates the ozone), which causes several health risks to the pilots.

    Sincerely,...
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    Good evening Dave, Normally, after FL 290 we...

    Good evening Dave,

    Normally, after FL 290 we switch to a separation of 2000 ft instead of 1000 ft. With RVSM, we keep using the 1000 ft. So, where normally an easterly flight (like this one) would...
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    Good evening Anders, You are correct. My first...

    Good evening Anders,

    You are correct. My first thought was they mistook angle of attack for angle of incidence, but that, of course, is the angle between the chord line and the longitudinal axis....
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    Good evening, The Longitudinal axis is the...

    Good evening,

    The Longitudinal axis is the same as the Longitudinal axis of the aircraft, the horizontal plane is the plane of rotation. So, the pitch angle is basically the angle of attack +...
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    Good afternoon Crash, It seems similar, but...

    Good afternoon Crash,

    It seems similar, but definitely not the same. If it says there is an increased risk of too low blood pressure, that does not mean that it WILL be. If it says that your blood...
  25. Thread: Q713

    by patrickvanharten
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    Good evening Anders, Your actual altitude will...

    Good evening Anders,

    Your actual altitude will be higher, as the air expands. The vertical pressure gradient is steeper with cold air than with warm air. So, in warm air if you want to fly...
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