Test Your AVsavvy: Mongolian landing permit? (January 24)

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Suppose you are traveling on a private non-revenue flight to Mongolia and are in the process of requesting the landing permit, but you’re still working on the ground handling and all other third party services. You’re requesting the landing permit three days in advance to ensure that you give CAA the appropriate time to process the permit itself.

MONGOLIA INFORMATION:

MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF 2 WORKING DAYS (NOT INCLUDING WEEKENDS OR HOLIDAYS) NOTICE TO REQUEST ANY PERMIT (OVERFLIGHT OR LANDING) PER REGULATIONS. DOCUMENTS ALONG WITH CONFIRMATION OF DIFFERENT EQUIPMENT IS NEEDED WHEN REQUESTING A LANDING PERMIT. THE PERMIT IS VALID + 72 HOURS.

THERE IS A SPECIAL LEAD TIME FOR AIR AMBULANCE AND EMERGENCY FLIGHTS. THE LEAD TIME FOR THESE PERMITS IS A MINIMUM OF TWO HOURS NOTICE ALONG WITH THE FULL REQUEST, COMPLETE INFORMATION, AND DOCUMENTATION.

ALL REVISIONS NEED TO BE SENT TO CAA 72 HOURS PRIOR TO OPERATION. A THIRD CHANGE IN ROUTE OR DATE OF OPERATIONS REQUIRES A NEW PERMIT.

PLEASE NOTE THAT LANDING PERMITS WILL NOT BE ISSUED UNTIL GROUND HANDLING HAS BEEN CONFIRMED.

DUE TO TRAFFIC CONGESTION, THERE IS A RESTRICTION OF GENERAL AVIATION AT MONGOLIA FIR BOUNDARY WAYPOINTS NIXAL AND DARNO FROM 0500UTC-0800UTC AND 1700UTC-2100UTC DAILY.

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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