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You are flying at FL60 and your outside air temperature probe is indicating -7°C. Your calibrated airspeed (CAS) is 110 knots. The combined ASI pressure & instrument errors are negligible. What is your TAS?
You may assume the combined instrument and position error to be zero for this question.
An aircraft is flying at FL90 with an outside air temperature of 13°C. The calibrated airspeed (CAS) is 93 knots. What is the aircraft’s TAS?
A pilot is planning a flight to be flown during the day time in July. The pilot plans to depart the UK, flying at a groundspeed of 100kts, and land at an aerodrome in Belgium which is a total flight distance of 330nm. The destination aerodrome closes at 4.30pm local time (UTC +2). In order to arrive before the destination aerodrome closes, what is the latest time they can depart from the UK aerodrome?
You begin a navigation leg overhead waypoint O at 0900 UTC tracking 127°T directly towards waypoint P, a total distance of 56nm. Your planned TAS is 110kts and the forecast wind is 099/30. What is your ETA overhead waypoint P?
After departing at 12:25 from overhead aerodrome A with a TAS of 105kt, an aircraft sets heading towards point B which is on a true track of 300°T at a distance of 30 nautical miles. The wind velocity (W/V) is a consistent 270°T/15kt. What would be the aircraft’s ETA overhead point B?
An aircraft is flying a direct track of 192°T from A to B, a straight line distance of 48nm. The planned TAS is 104kts and the forecast wind is 350/30. If the aircraft was overhead A at 1130 zulu, what is the ETA overhead B?
You set heading overhead Exeter aerodrome at 0947UTC to track directly towards Bristol aerodrome at a TAS of 105kts. The total distance for this flight is 46nm. At 0957UTC you are 21nm along your track, directly overhead Taunton township. What is your ETA overhead Bristol aerodrome?
You commence a navigational flight with a planned TAS of 100kts and groundspeed of 90kts. You set heading overhead aerodrome G at 1200 UTC to fly to aerodrome H which is 60nm away. Your estimated time of arrival (ETA) overhead aerodrome H is 1240 UTC. At 1210 UTC you are 12nm along your track, overhead your first waypoint. What is your revised ETA overhead aerodrome H?