Thursday, October 19, 2017
Pro IFR SCENARIOS PROFICIENCY CORNER BURNS LAKE THREE SID (RNAV) DEPARTURE

PROFICIENCY CORNER BURNS LAKE THREE SID (RNAV) DEPARTURE

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1. What does the term “LWIS” mean?

 

2. Is a local altimeter setting available at Burns Lake?

 

3. You are planning an IFR trip to Sandspit.  On which frequency would you receive your IFR clearance?

 

4.Prior to departing CYPZ, the pilot must broadcast intentions to local traffic on frequency _____.

 

5.Once airborne you would contact __________ ______ on frequency _____ for en route clearances.

 

6. Takeoffs of Canadian aircraft is governed by visibility.  By what means is visibility determined at CYQZ?

 

7. What is our primary navigation aid that is required to conduct this procedure?

 

8. To make this departure procedure valid, the GPS sensitivity must be set to

 

9. The local winds favour the use of RWY 29 for departure.  This being the case you would plan the _______ Transition.

 

10. What minimum rate of climb would be required to 2800 ASL if conducting the HOUSTON Transition with a groundspeed of 100 knots?

 

11. What is our required climb gradient (FT/NM) once reaching 2800 ASL on the above departure procedure?

 

 

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