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  • When to notify ATC?

    The answer of the question seems to be different from what is said in the course. Or am I suffering from a bad case of RTFQ?

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    Hi Catherine
    You are not going mad. Recently the EASA questiions gave the answer to the question as:
    If the sustained Mach number/TAS varies by +/- 0.02 Mach or more, or +/- 19 km/h (10 Kts) TAS or more from the current flight plan, the appropriate ATS unit must be informed.

    The EASA SERA rules state +/- 5% TAS but the exam references ICAO rules which changed in 2016.

    So, in the exam use the =/- 0.02 Mach and +/- 19 km/h (10 Kts) TAS or more.

    Thank you for pointing out the error that had somehow slipped through the update process;it is now being corrected.

    BGS TKI

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    • #3
      Ok! Thnks!

      Do you also know the answer to this question http://www.atpforum.eu/forum/technic...chart-heathrow

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