Aviation Safety Letter 4-2003

Answers to Self-Paced Study Program

  1. 75.7 litres
  2. Yes
  3. Land and Hold Short Operations
  4. 6
  5. 15
  6. unreliable; it transmits
  7. NOTAM
  8. "G"
  9. hatched areas enclosed by a dashed green line
  10. 6
  11. 25-50%
  12. 1 mile in mist, temporarily 1/2 mile in fog
  13. 290° True at 5 knots
  14. 5/8 mile; 6 000 feet, unchanged; light snow and drifting snow
  15. sky obscured, vertical visibility 600 feet
  16. freezing precipitation
  17. weather reports, forecasts, PIREPS, NOTAM, altimeter settings, and other operational information pertinent to the en route phase of flight
  18. (a) at the request of the pilot; (b) when the controller suggests and the pilot agrees; (c) in the interest of flight safety
  19. control services such as vectors or conflict resolution
  20. does not
  21. 1 200
  22. shall
  23. distinct rocking of the aircraft in flight; a single flash of a landing light
  24. (a) report departure intentions on the MF of ATF frequency before moving on to the runway. (b) ascertain by radio and by visual observation that no other aircraft or vehicle is likely to come into contact with the aircraft during takeoff. (c) report departing from the aerodrome traffic circuit, and monitor the MF or ATF until well clear of the area
  25. are capable of posing a risk to health, safety, property or the environment
  26. one hour
  27. a Canada Customs Airport of Entry (AOE)
  28. 605.38; 551
  29. This is a replacing NOTAM
  30. all standards of airworthiness
  31. bonding
  32. 100
  33. 500; high
  34. 15; within
  35. 20
  36. the pilot not suspecting the phenomenon; the pilot is in clear air
  37. an inability to concentrate; blurred thinking; dizziness; headache
  38. 2 000
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