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Max & Moritz
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For a repetitive ATC flight plan (RPL) to be used, flights must take place on a regular basis on at least:

10 occasions

20 occasions

30 occasions

50 occasions

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A repetitive flight plan (RPL) is filed: Paris to Nice, Paris as altern. Following heavy snow falls, Nice airport will be closed at the expected time of arrival. The airline decides before departure to plan a re-routing of that flight to Limoges.

The RPL must be cancelled for that day and a specific flight plan has to be filed.

The airline's "Operations " Department has to transmit a change in the RPL at the ATC office, at least half an hour before the planned time of departure.

It is not possible to plan another destination and the flight has to be simply cancelled that day (scheduled flight and not chartered).

The pilot-in-command must advise ATC of his intention to divert to Limoges at least 15 minutes before the planned time of arrival.

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A flight plans to cross the LONDON (EGTT) / FRANCE (LFFF) UIR boundary at 1130Z. EOBT is planned at 1010Z. This should be entered on an ATS flight plan as...

ITEM 15 .... /LFFFl130/...

ITEM 15 .... EGTT/LFFF0120

ITEM 18 EET/LFFFl130

ITEM 18 EET/LFFF0120

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Under ITEM 9 of an ATS Flight Plan, the letter 'M' inserted for wake turbulence category indicates...

An aircraft with planned take off mass greater than 7,000 kg and less than 136,000kg

An aircraft with a certificated maximum take off mass greater than 7,000 kg and less than 136,000kg

An aircraft with a regulated take off mass greater than 7,000 kg and less than 136,000kg

An aircraft with planned take off mass less than 136,000kg

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When completing an ATS Flight Plan, under ITEM 10, standard COM / NAV equipment and transponder with Mode C would be entered as follows...

S / C

N / A

S / A

N / C

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For the purposes of Item 9 (Wake turbulence category) of the ATS flight plan, an aircraft with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 62000 kg is ...

light (L)

medium (M)

heavy (H)

unclassified (U)

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For a radio equipped aircraft, the identifier entered in the ATS flight plan item 7 must always...

include the aircraft registration

be the RTF (Radio Telephony) callsign to be used

include the operating agency designator

include an indication of the aircraft type

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When completing an ATS Flight Plan, details of a cruise climb from FL270 to FL390, initiated at N5000 W00500, at a climb speed of 0.8M, would be entered in ITEM 15 of the ICAO flight plan form as...

CRUISE CLIMB/N50W05/FL270FL390/M080

CLIMB/N50W005/F270F390/M080

C/50N005W /M080F270F390

C/N50W050/F270F390M080