Test Your AVsavvy: Traveling to London (October 11)

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Your passenger would like to travel to London and has decided that London City airport is the closest airport to her destination. Based on her request, the following schedule is put together:

Registry: XXXX
Aircraft: GLF4
Type: Part 91 (private non-revenue)
Crew: 2
Passengers: 4

ETD Bangor/KBGR 24 OCT/ 1300 UTC (0900 local)
ETA London City/EGLC 24 OCT/ 1900 UTC (2000 local)
ETD London City/EGLC 26 OCT/ 0800 UTC (0900 local)
ETA Bangor/KBGR 26 OCT/ 1415 UTC (1015 local)

KBGR INFORMATION

UTC CONVERSION: -4

OPERATING HOURS: 24 HOURS

THIS AIRPORT HAS THE FACILITIES AND PROCEDURES APPROVED BY USDA TO HANDLE AND DISPOSE OF GARBAGE AND GALLEY REFUSE FROM INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS.

A MINOR CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE A LEGAL GUARDIAN, OR PARENTAL CONSENT FORM FROM THEIR BIRTH PARENTS TO EXIT THE U.S. AND ENTER MOST FOREIGN COUNTRIES, IN ADDITION TO THE CHILD’S CITIZENSHIP DOCUMENTATION.

ALL FOREIGN NATIONALS (W/VISAS) ENTERING THE U.S. MUST BE FINGER-PRINTED (ALL FINGERS).

EGLC INFORMATION

UTC CONVERSION: +1

OPERATING HOURS: 0630-2135 LCL MON-FRI, 0630-1230 LCL SAT, 12030-2135 LCL SUN

OVERTIME MAY BE AVAILABLE SUBJECT TO PRIOR APPROVAL REFER UK AIP FOR FULL DETAILS OF PERMITTED OPERATING HOURS

ALL EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT AND TEST FLIGHTS OPERATING IN THE LONDON TMA ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN AIRTEST PROFORMA FORM TO REQUEST PERMISSION FROM LATCC (MIL). 24 HOURS NOTICE IS REQUIRED.

SLOTS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OPERATIONS AT THIS AIRPORT. SLOTS VALID +/-15 MINUTES. ALL SLOT TIMES CONFIRMED ARE IN ZULU/UTC TIME.

PPR IS REQUIRED FOR ALL AIRCRAFT. THE OPERATOR MUST BE ON A LIST OF APPROVED OPERATORS AND THE CREW MUST BE APPROVED FOR STEEP APPROACHES IN ORDER TO ARRANGE PRIOR PERMISSION.

PPR MUST BE REQUESTED AT LEAST 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE.

THE FOLLOWING ACFT HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED FOR OPERATIONS INTO THIS AIRPORT: AT43, B350, B461, B462, B463, BE9L, BE20, BE40, C56X, C90/C90A, C525, C550, C550B, C551, C560, D228, D328, DHC6, DHC7, DHC8, E135, F50, F70, FA10, FA50, FA7X, F900, H25B, JS41, LJ40, LJ45, P68, P68C, P180, PA31, PA34, PA42, RJ1H, RJ70, RJ85, SB20, SF34, SH36.

MUST CONTAIN IN FLIGHT MANUAL APPROVED DATA AND PROCEDURES FOR APPROACH PATH ANGLES OF 5.5 DEGREES OR STEEPER.

OPERATORS OF FALCON-50’S ARE REQUIRED TO CONFIRM IN WRITING THAT THEY ARE ABLE TO OPERATE TO THE FULL FACTORED LANDING DISTANCE OF 1.67.

ANY FLIGHT INTO THIS AIRPORT WOULD HAVE TO BE A DUAL PILOT OPERATION.

ALL OPERATORS ARE REQUIRED TO KEEP THE DEPARTURE NOISE LEVELS BELOW 94.5 PNDB. ANY BREACH OF THESE NOISE LEVELS ON DEPARTURE COULD RESULT IN THE OPERATOR BEING REMOVED FROM THE APPROVED OPERATORS LIST.

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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