Sorry for the delay. You are correct! The RCF procedure requires the fuel to be calculated in 2 different ways, you must take the higher of the 2 calculations, which is just about guaranteed to be Calculation 1, which is
The sum of:
(i) taxi fuel;
(ii) trip fuel to the destination...
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Mike  for whatever reason, I have only just got to this question  but, I believe the workbook is the same for all students, I don't know if there is more than one workbook in use!
I just have a feeling that the number of CAP 697 questions has been reduced quite significantly  students...
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Liam  not 100% sure on when this reduction occurred  but I know some repetion has been reduced. Still fairly confident in the QB though!
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Thanks for this, I have been after the wording of this question for quite a time, so this is really useful.
EASA OPS defines this in ANNEX I (Regulation (EU) 965/2012 on air operations Annex I Definitions)
visual approach means an approach when either part or all of an...
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Kat, the trouble is, we do not know the precise wording of these questions, and the reference in EASA Ops gives a little room for manoevre!! As mentioned in 711439 explanation, if the question asks for Procedures for operating in icing conditions, I would go with Part A, if the question asks specifically...Last edited by Tom; 31052017, 12:28.
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