Answer to Last Week’s (October 4) AVsavvy Question

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Test Your AVsavvy

In last Friday’s AVsavvy question, we showed you a flight schedule and some airport information and asked you to find the error.

IMPORTANT: If you haven’t yet participated, YOU CAN STILL TURN BACK NOW AND TEST YOUR SKILLS.

Below is the answer and explanation. Thank you to everyone who participated. We are happy to report a majority of you got it right. J

Answer 1. There aren’t any issues with tankering fuel into India
Incorrect. International flights into India continuing onward to successive destinations within the country will be taxed a fuel duty for fuel held onboard.

Answer 2. Indian authorities don’t permit aircraft to tanker fuel into the country
Incorrect. International flights into India continuing onward to successive destinations within the country will be taxed a fuel duty for fuel held onboard.

Answer 3. Remaining fuel onboard will be taxed a fuel duty
Correct. International flights into India continuing onward to successive destinations within the country will be taxed a fuel duty for fuel held onboard.

Answer 4. Fuel will be removed from the aircraft
Incorrect. International flights into India continuing onward to successive destinations within the country will be taxed a fuel duty for fuel held onboard.

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