Aviation Safety Letter 4/2004

Answers to Self-Paced Study Program

  1. an aircraft, vehicle or person
  2. Flags, cones or wing bar lights would be installed to indicate the position of the displaced threshold.
  3. /G
  4. They do not provide the integrity needed for IFR operations.
  5. 20 miles north of Toronto; 20 DME north of Toronto.
  6. The manufacturer's name or type of aircraft, followed by the last four letters of the registration.
  7. 122.75
  8. taxi clear of the landing area in use
  9. four
  10. TAF
  11. 12
  12. FZRA
  13. 29th; 2000
  14. 800 ft broken
  15. 300° true, 15 kt with gusts to 25 kt
  16. light snow and moderate blowing snow
  17. SIGMET
  18. frequency congestion
  19.  
    1. no cloud below 5 000 ft or below the highest minimum sector altitude, whichever is higher, and no cumulonimbus;
    2. a visibility of 6 SM or more;
    3. no precipitation, thunderstorms, shallow fog, or low drifting snow.
  20. 7500
  21. any airborne and ground objects or activities which appear to be hostile, suspicious, unidentified or engaged in possible illegal smuggling activity.
  22. 18 000
  23. then to fly for 45 minutes at normal cruising speed; 20
  24. chrome yellow and black strips painted on pylons or roofs; 2 000
  25. calling 1 888 226-7277; two; 48
  26. 5; 5
  27. National; FIR; Aerodrome
  28. Dry chemical and Halon.
  29. 50
  30. Runway 11/29, temperature -20°C, average CRFI .25, taken on December 11, 2004, 1030Z
  31. .39 to .41
  32. always cross at a tower
  33. 20
  34. lift
  35. heavy; clean; slow
  36. free of frost, ice or snow contamination
  37. sense of depth and orientation
  38. seriously impair the judgement and co-ordination needed by the pilot.
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