Test Your AVsavvy: Find the Error in this Flight Schedule (Aug. 24)

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Here’s another chance to test your “AVsavvy”.

Imagine you need a fly a multi-leg trip taking you to Israel. Here’s your schedule and general flight info:

Tail number/Call sign: NXXXX
Type of flight: Private non-revenue
Crew: 3
Passengers: 4
Purpose of flight: Business

Schedule:

LPMA 01 September // 0500 UTC (0700 local)
LLBG 01 September // 1045 UTC (1345 local)
LLBG 02 September // 1000 UTC (1300 local)
LETO 02 September // 1500 UTC (1700 local)

Now here’s the information on airport operations for LLBG:

LLBG AIRPORT INFORMATION:

1. THIS IS AN AIRPORT OF ENTRY
2. 0001-2359 LOCAL NORMAL OPERATIONS HOURS

A. THE FOLLOWING NOTAM CONCERNS AIRPORT CLOSURE:
(A0172/12 NOTAMN
Q) LLLL/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3201N03453E005
A) LLBG B) 1203300150 C) 1209211500
D) DAILY 0150-0500 1100-1500 EXC SAT
E) TFC CONGESTION :
TRAINING TFC, TEST FLTS, GA ACFT, NOT PERMITTED TO OPR AT LLBG,
HEL LDG NOT PERMITTED AT LLBG, DUE TFC CONGESTION,
AT 0450-0800 1400-1800 LMT,
EXC FOR TFC APV BY AD ADMINISTRATION.)

B. THE FOLLOWING NOTAM CONCERNS AIRPORT CLOSURE:
(A0773/12 NOTAMN
Q) LLLL/QFALC/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3201N03453E005
A) LLBG B) 1206011500 C) 1209211955
D) JUN 01 08 15 22 29 DAILY 1500-1955, JUL 06 13 DAILY 1500-1955,
20 1530-1955, 27 1500-1955, AUG 03 1500-1955,
10 17 24 31 DAILY
1530-1955, SEP 07 14 21 DAILY 1500-1955
E) AD CLSD DUE WIP.

C. THE FOLLOWING NOTAM CONCERNS AIRPORT CLOSURE:
(A0173/12 NOTAMN
Q) LLLL/QFALT/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3201N03453E005
A) LLBG B) 1209230250 C) 1210261600
D) DAILY 0250-0600 1200-1600 EXC SAT
E) TFC CONGESTION :
TRAINING TFC, TEST FLTS, GA ACFT, NOT PERMITTED TO OPR AT LLBG,
HEL LDG NOT PERMITTED AT LLBG, DUE TFC CONGESTION,
AT 0450-0800 1400-1800 LMT ,
EXC FOR TFC APV BY AD ADMINISTRATION.

D. THE FOLLOWING NOTAM CONCERNS AIRPORT CLOSURE:
(A0024/12 NOTAMN
Q) LLLL/QFALC/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3201N03453E005
A) LLBG B) 1209281600 C) 1210262055
D) EVERY FRI 1600-2055
E) AD CLSD DUE WIP.

E. THE FOLLOWING NOTAM CONCERNS AIRPORT CLOSURE:
(A0948/12 NOTAMN
Q) LLLL/QFALC/IV/NBO/A/000/999/3201N03453E005
A) LLBG B) 1211030430 C) 1211171130
D) 03 10 17 DAILY 0430-1130
E) AD CLSD DUE WIP.

THE FOLLOWING NOTAM CONCERNS ATC PROCEDURES:
(A1672/11 NOTAMR A1009/11
Q) LLLL/QXXXX/IV/M/E/000/999/3122N03450E005
A) LLLL B) 1111090750 C) PERM
E) 1. FIR OPEN FOR ARR OF FOREIGN INT’L TFC AS FLW :
SKED, CHARTER, GA, NON-STOP FLTS FM THE FLW AD:
CYYZ, EBBR, EBLG, EDDB, EDDF, EDDH, EDDK, EDDL, EDDM, EDDS,
EDDT, EDSB, EETN, EFHK, EGCC, EGGW, EGKK, EGLL, EGSS, EHAM,
EKCH, ENGM, EPKK, EPKT, EPWA, ESSA, EVRA, EYVI, HAAB, HECA,
KATL, KEWR, KPHL, LBBG, LBSF, LBWN, LCLK, LDDU, LDPL, LDRI,
LDSP, LDZA, LEBL, LEMD, LEMG, LEPA, LFML, LFPG, LFPO, LGAV,
LGIR, LGKO, LGKR, LGRP, LGSA, LGTS, LHBP, LICC, LICJ, LIMC,
LIME, LIPE, LIPX, LIRF, LJLJ, LKMT, LKPR, LMML, LOWW, LROP,
LSGG, LSZH, LTAI, LTAZ, LTBA, LTBJ, LTBS, LTCG, LTFE, LTFJ,
LUKK, LWOH, LYBE, LZIB, LZKZ, OJAI, OJAM, OJAQ, RKSI, UAAA,
UBBB, UDYZ, UGTB, UGSB, UHHH, UKBB, UKCC, UKDD, UKFF, UKHH,
UKOO, ULLI, UMKK, UMMS, UNNT, URKK, URRR, URSS, USPP, USSS,
UTTT, UUDD, UUEE, UUWW, UWKD, UWOO, UWUU, UWWW.
2. FOR OVER-FLIGHT ONLY (`RJA` ACFT OPR) : CYUL, EHBK, KDTW, KJFK,
KORD, LTAC. 3. FOR ARR OF GA TFC ONLY : EGLF, EINN, LCPH, LFMN.
4. ARR FM ALL AD PERMITTED ONLY TO TFC WITH PPR FM ISRAEL
C.A.A AND/OR MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT SECURITY DIVISION.)

AIRCRAFT ARRIVING/DEPARTING ISRAEL AIRSPACE ARE RESTRICTED FROM OVERFLYING/LANDING IRAN, IRAQ, KUWAIT,LEBANON, OMAN, SAUDI ARABIA, SOMALIA, SUDAN, QATAR, UAE, AND YEMEN.

Based on the above information, which statement below is correct? Answer below and come back next Friday to see if you got the answer right!

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Updated August 31, 2012: The answer and explanation for this question is now available. Don’t cheat!

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