Test Your AVsavvy: Will the landing permit for VHHH be impacted? (Feb. 1)

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

Suppose you are traveling to VHHH and the following is your schedule. How will the schedule below impact the VHHH landing permit?

ETD ANCHORAGE / PANC 30 JAN/0645 UTC
ETA SAPPORO / RJCC 30 JAN/1330 UTC
ETD SAPPORO / RJCC 31 JAN/1430 UTC
ETA SEOUL / RKSS 31 JAN/1705 UTC
ETD SEOUL / RKSS 02 FEB /0305 UTC
ETA HONG KONG / VHHH 02 FEB /0615 UTC
ETD HONG KONG / VHHH 03 FEB/TBA
ETA JAKARTA / WIHH 03 FEB/TBA

Additional Information:

SEOUL / RKSS

A. ALL FLIGHTS OPERATING TO SEOUL/RKSI NEED AIRPORT SLOT CONFIRMATION FROM M.O.T. (MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION) PRIOR TO APPLYING FOR THE LANDING PERMIT. THE FLIGHT PLAN
SHOULD BE FILED WITH THE APPROVED TIME.

B. THERE IS A VERY STRICT RULE FOR DEPARTURE SLOTS – NO HH: 00 UTC (I.E. 0300 UTC IS NOT AVAILABLE, BUT 0305 UTC IS OKAY).

C. SLOTS VALID +/-15 MINS. ALL SLOT TIMES CONFIRMED ARE IN ZULU/UTC TIME.

D. YOUR TEAM WILL MAKE THE NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS.

HONG KONG / VHHH

SLOTS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL ARR/DEP OPS. THE LANDING PERMIT WILL NOT BE ISSUED UNTIL BOTH SLOTS ARE CONFIRMED.
“TBA” IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE TIME FOR ARR/DEP. LANDING PERMIT WILL NOT BE GRANTED! EXCEPTIONS EMERGENCY LANDINGS, STATE, MILITARY,
HUMANITARIAN, AND TECHNICAL FLIGHTS. TEST, TRAINING AND DEMONSTRATION FLIGHTS ARE LOW PRIORITY FOR SLOT ALLOCATION.

SLOT REQUEST MUST REFLECT THE 5-MINUTE INTERVAL RULE. PLEASE ROUND ETA/ETD UP OR DOWN TO NEAREST 5 MIN.

OPERATORS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO NOTIFY HKSCO FOR ON-THE-DAY EQUIPMENT CHANGES, ROUTE CHANGES, AND/OR OPS VARIATIONS TO ALLOCATED SLOTS.
ONLY SIGNIFICANT OPS VARRIATIONS WHICH AFFECT THE FOLLOWING DAY(S) WILL REQUIRE THE SUBMISSION OF SCR FOR THE RELEVANT PERIOD.

OPERATORS SHOULD STICK AS CLOSE TO APPROVED SLOT TIME AS POSSIBLE. HOWEVER, SLOTS ARE GENERALLY VALID FOR +/-15 MIN.

A SLOT CONFIRMATION NUMBER WILL NOT BE ISSUED.

HONG KONG REVERTED BACK TO CHINESE CONTROL ON 01 JUL 97, IS CONSIDERED A SPECIAL ADMINISTRATION REGION (CONTROLLED BY CHINA, BUT NOT PART OF
CHINA) AND WILL OPERATE UNDER HONG KONG AUTHORITIES, NOT CHINESE AUTHORITIES. OPERATIONS TO HONG KONG FROM OTHER REGIONS OVERFLYING
CHINA STILL REQUIRE A CHINESE OVERFLIGHT PERMIT, WHICH MUST BE OBTAINED SEPARATELY. ANY LANDING IN VHHH WILL REQUIRE A PERMIT FROM CAA HONG KONG.

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

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