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Airline Transport and IATRA Written Test Book, 2019 Edition

Updates, Amendments and Revisions

SARON Exam No. 1, Q. 19. Revise as follows:

19. The maximum speed for a holding pattern for an aircraft above 14,000 ft is

a) 175 kts.
b) 200 kts.
c) 230 kts.
d) 265 kts.

SARON Exam No. 2, Q. 19. Revise as follows:

19. What is the maximum holding speed for an aircraft above 6,000 feet ASL up to and including 14,000 feet ASL?

a) 175 kts.
b) 200 kts.
c) 230 kts.
d) 265 kts.

SARON Exam No. 2, Q. 54. Revise as follows:

Mach Number is affected by:

a) TAS and CAS.
b) Mcrit and OAT.
c) Pressure altitude and CAS.
d) TAS and OAT.

SARON Exam No. 2, Q. 70. Correct answer is D (not B).

FAAAA Exam No. 2, Q. 10. Revise as follows:

10. What is the maximum holding pattern speed for a turbo-prop aeroplane at FL 240?

a) 175 kts.
b) 230 kts.
c) 265 kts.
d) 310 kts.

SARON Exam No. 3, Q. 62. Correct answer is A (not C).

FAAAA Exam No. 3, Q. 10. Revise as follows:

10. What is the maximum holding pattern speed for a civil turbo-jet aeroplane below 14,000 feet ASL but above 6,000 feet ASL?

a) 210 kts IAS.
b) 230 kts IAS.
c) 265 kts IAS.
d) 310 kts IAS.

IATRA Exam No. 6, Q. 29. Revise as follows:

29. An aircraft is flying at FL 240 in the Standard Pressure Region, with an actual outside air temperature of -45 C. As the aircraft overflies an airport below having an elevation of 4,400 feet and altimeter setting of 29.32" Hg, what is the approximate true altitude of the aircraft over the airport?

a) 24,500 feet ASL.
b) 23,100 feet ASL.
c) 21,000 feet ASL.
d) 20,300 feet ASL.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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