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  • EASA Feedback (Ops, Air Law and HP)

    Download attached PDF for Ops, Air Law and HP feedback. Exams taken last week at Flight Training Europe.

    Benny
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  • #2
    One of the best feedback docs I've seen. Thanks a lot and good luck.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by NorthernGuy View Post
      One of the best feedback docs I've seen. Thanks a lot and good luck.

      i vouch the same !!!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bbm191 View Post
        Download attached PDF for Ops, Air Law and HP feedback. Exams taken last week at Flight Training Europe.

        Benny
        really appreciate it
        nice and neat

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        • #5
          bbm191

          Great job! Very appreciate it mate!

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          • #6
            Thanks Benny !!!!

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            • #7
              Smashed it Benny !! Thanks

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              • #8
                Not all heroes wear capes.

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                • #9
                  Thanks a lot How you guys are able to remember all the questions with all the answers? Great job tho

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                  • #10
                    Amazing! but I was wondering with the gears up short trees thingy...
                    is it gears up or gears down? as in prepare for landing?

                    I heard from others it's gears down

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                    • #11
                      Fatalistica

                      It's a crash landing directly into trees not a landing on the ground. Therefore gear up would prevent damage to the underside of the airplane and prevent the underside from potentially ripping apart. When you crash into trees you want the wings to hit them and absorb the kinetic energy to slow you down. Flaps fully out would create maximum drag. Hitting the short trees first would mean a smaller vertical distance to reach the ground minimising the overall damage,

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bbm191 View Post
                        Fatalistica

                        It's a crash landing directly into trees not a landing on the ground. Therefore gear up would prevent damage to the underside of the airplane and prevent the underside from potentially ripping apart. When you crash into trees you want the wings to hit them and absorb the kinetic energy to slow you down. Flaps fully out would create maximum drag. Hitting the short trees first would mean a smaller vertical distance to reach the ground minimising the overall damage,
                        So please clarify. In your opinion are you suggesting gear up, and no flap or gear up and full flap in order to minimise the speed on impact? I Agree that short trees are a better option than taller trees
                        Wacky exam question. I `m guessing that different references give different advice perhaps?
                        Look forward to your reply.

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                        • #13
                          Has anyone actually come across this in any of there Op procedures training? I failed this exam by 1 mark and I'm pretty sure I put high trees rather than low. Im struggling to think of a question I can appeal. Is it mentioned in any training documentation anyone has seen as I haven't managed to find it on the Bristol online training package. If not would this be valid grounds to appeal the question?

                          Also the same goes for the question about company sizes. A company has 25 full time stuff. This company is considered to be..... again is this laid down anywhere that anyone has seen. Going through the BGS software I am unable to come across this, from google searches I've since found out it is small which I did not put. But is this a reasonable question to ask if it is not in any of their documentation?
                          Last edited by Jamescb; 20-07-2018, 10:48.

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