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OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

1.    For an aeroplane powered by turbo-jet engines, the fuel and oil to be carried is at least the amount sufficient to allow the aeroplane:

(a)    to fly to and execute an approach and a missed approach, at the aerodrome to which the flight is planned and thereafter to fly to the alternate aerodrome specified in the operational flight plan and ATS flight plans; and then to fly for 30 minutes at holding speed at 450m (1500ft) above the alternate aerodrome under standard temperature conditions and approach and land; and

(b)    to have an additional amount of fuel sufficient to provide for the increased consumption on the occurrence of any of the potential contingencies specified by the operator to the satisfaction of the State of the operator; or

(c)    to fly to the alternate aerodrome via any predetermined point and thereafter for 30 minutes at 450m (1500ft) above the alternate aerodrome.

(d)    All of the above

1.    For an aeroplane powered by turbo-jet engines, the fuel and oil to be carried is at least the amount sufficient to allow the aeroplane: [ Use the option from the above ]
2. Regarding the carriage of dangerous goods, the transport document, if required, is drawn up by
3. Studies of bird behaviour on the ground have shown that, with an aircraft at approximately 135 kt. taking off, the birds will fly away:
4. How should firemen approach a heavy aircraft that has had an aborted take-off?
5. An observer in the cockpit sees an aeroplane closing from the forward left, what colour is the first light seen (at night)?

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