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  1. 3201. What is
    normally used for ATIS broadcasts?
    • D – Discrete VHF
    • frequency or/and VOR
  2. 3222. What does the term BLIND TRANSMISSION
    mean?
    • D – A transmission from one station to
    • another station in circumstances where

    • two-way communication cannot be established but
    • it is believed that the

    • called station is able to receive the
    • transmission
  3. 3208. Which abbreviation is used for the
    term CONTROL ZONE?
    D – CTR
  4. 3209. What does the abbreviation FIR mean?
    • B – Flight
    • information region
  5. 3215. What does the abbreviation HJ mean?
    • C
    • Sunrise to sunset
  6. 3218. What does the
    abbreviation HX mean?
    • D
    • – No specific working hours
  7. 3224. Which abbreviation is used for
    Co-ordinated universal time?
    • A
    • – UTC
  8. 3236. What does the abbreviation AFIS mean?
    • – Aerodrome flight
    • information service
  9. 24700. The three main categories of
    aeronautical communications service are:
    • B – Air Ground,
    • Flight Information Service, ATC
  10. 3207. What does QTE mean?
    • D – True bearing from
    • the station
  11. 3211. What is the Q-code for MAGNETIC
    HEADING TO THE STATION (NO WIND)?
    A – QDM
  12. 3212. What does QDM mean?
    • D – Magnetic heading
    • to the station (no wind)
  13. 3213. QNH is the Q-code to indicate?
    • C – The altimeter
    • sub-scale setting to obtain elevation when on the ground
  14. 3216. If you are requested to report your
    height, to which Q-code-setting would yourefer
    D – QFE
  15. 3223. What is the Q-code for magnetic
    bearing from the station?
    B – QDR

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