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1. Navigation 4 • Practice Bronze exam paper • Navigation part2 • 10 questions • Protractor, rule,pen,1:500000 chart, calculator • RTFQ

2. Navigation 4 Version 1 Mock navigation Part 2 Assume through out that magnetic variation is 5°West and 1mb=30ft You require a pen, ruler, protractor and a copy of the ICAO 1:500,000 scale aeronautical chart SOUTHERN ENGLAND & WALES. The task is an out and return from Long Mynd (N52°31’07” W002°52’51”)to Camphill (N53°18’18” W001°43’45”).Draw a line on your chart Long Mynd to Camphill.

4. Navigation 4 Question 1. What is the outbound true track and return magnetic track? • 041°T and 216°M • 046°T and 221°M • 041°T and 226°M • 041°T and 221°M

6. Navigation 4 Variation 5°West 046°(M) 046+180°=226°(M)

7. Navigation 4 Question 1. What is the outbound true track and return magnetic track? • 041°T and 216 ° M • 046°T and 221°M • 041°T and 226°M • 041°T and 221°M

8. Navigation 4 • Question 2. What is the controlled airspace above Camphill? If the QFE at Long Mynd is 956mb and you zero your altimeter before take off, at what height indicated on your altimeter is the base of the controlled airspace at Camphill. • 6200ft • 6500ft • 5450ft • 4790ft

9. Navigation 4 Airspace over Camphill FL65 Ans 6500-1710=4790 6500ft 956mb 57mb 1710ft 1013mb

10. Navigation 4 • Question 2. What is the controlled airspace above Camphill? If the QFE at Long Mynd is 956mb and you zero your altimeter before take off, at what height indicated on your altimeter is the base of the controlled airspace at Camphill. • 6200ft • 6500ft • 5450ft • 4790ft

11. Navigation 4 • Question 3. What is the approximate distance of each leg? • 117km and 63nm • 117km and 73nm • 134km and 73nm • 120km and 65nm

12. 30’=30nm Navigation 4 Approximations based on minutes of arc

13. 63 nautical miles 117 km Navigation 4

14. Navigation 4 • Question 3. What is the approximate distance of each leg? • 117km and 63nm • 117km and 73nm • 134km and 73nm • 120km and 65nm

15. Navigation 4 Question 4, 5nautical miles from Camphill and to the north of track is a mast. What is the elevation in feet of the top of the mast? What is the height in feet of the mast above ground level? What is the elevation in feet of the base of the mast? • 1249ft, 871ft,378ft • 1249ft, 378ft,871ft • 1437ft, 1249ft,187ft • 1627ft, 1249ft, 378ft

17. Navigation 4 Elevation of top of mast amsl=1249ft Height of mast above local ground=378 amsl 378ft 1249ft 871ft

18. Navigation 4 Question 4, 5nautical miles from Camphill and to the north of track is a mast. What is the elevation in feet of the top of the mast? What is the height in feet of the mast above ground level? What is the elevation in feet of the base of the mast? • 1249ft, 871ft,378ft • 1249ft, 378ft,871ft • 1437ft, 1249ft,187ft • 1627ft, 1249ft, 378ft

19. Navigation 4 Question 5. How would the M54 be of assistance as a navigational aid? • It will confirm the right direction is being followed. • Assuming you are on track it will be of limited use as a navigational feature. • Assuming you are on track, it will help with assessing progress along track. • It will help with drift assessment.

20. Navigation 4 How is a line feature useful to the navigator? Desired track M54 M54

21. Navigation 4 • If you are following a line feature. You will know you are on track, but you will not necessarily know how far along the track you have progressed. • If you cross a line feature, you will have a reasonable idea of how far you have travelled, but you may not necessarily be on track. • This question always appears in the exam.

23. Navigation 4 Question 5. How would the M54 be of assistance as a navigational aid? • It will confirm the right direction is being followed. • Assuming you are on track it will be of limited use as a navigational feature. • Assuming you are on track, it will help with assessing progress along track. • It will help with drift assessment.

24. Navigation 4 • Question 6 What will be the duration of the task, if the average speed is 50kph? • 2 hours 19 minutes • 5 hours • 4 hours 38 minutes • 3 hours 45 minutes

25. Navigation 4 • 117km or 63nm from question 3 • The task is an out and return • The total distance 234km • At 50 kph • Time = Distance Time

26. Navigation 4 • Question 6 What will be the duration of the task, if the average speed is 50kph? • 2 hours 19 minutes • 5 hours • 4 hours 38 minutes • 3 hours 45 minutes

27. Navigation 4 • Question 7 On track is an area marked Daventry CTA FL45+. If your altimeter is set to QNH, what height will your altimeter indicate at the base of the airspace? • 4500ft • 3089ft • 4200ft • 3900ft

28. Navigation 4 Daventry CTA QFE Long Mynd 956mb (Question 2)

29. Navigation 4 FL45 4200ft 4500ft 956mb 1411ft 1003mb 300ft 1013 mb

30. Navigation 4 • Question 7 On track is an area marked Daventry CTA FL45+. If your altimeter is set to QNH, what height will your altimeter indicate at the base of the airspace? • 4500ft • 3089ft • 4200ft • 3900ft

31. Navigation 4 • Question 8 North east of Leek is an area marked D304/3.5. What is the minimum height, QFE Long Mynd at which you may safely overfly that area? • 3500ft • 2090ft • 3290ft • 3040ft

33. Navigation 4 2089feet 3500ft D304/3.5 1411ft

34. Navigation 4 • Question 8 North east of Leek is an area marked D304/3.5. What is the minimum height, QFE Long Mynd at which you may safely overfly that area? • 3500ft • 2090ft • 3290ft • 3040ft

35. Navigation 4 • Question 9 If the glide ratio is 1:30 and assuming a nil wind what height will be needed for the 9n.m final glide from Condover, to arrive at Long Mynd with 800ft. • 4100ft • 2600ft • 1800ft • 3400ft

36. Navigation 4 1:30 glide 1 nautical mile 30 nautical mile

37. Navigation 4 1:30 glide 1 nautical mile 6000feet 30 nautical mile

38. Navigation 4 1 nautical mile 6000feet 1000feet 30 nautical mile 5 nautical mile 1:30 glide OR 200feet per nautical mile

39. Navigation 4 9 nautical miles at 200ft per mile=1800ft PLUS 800ft for circuit =2600ft There is always a 1:30 glide question in the paper

40. Navigation 4 • Question 9 If the glide ratio is 1:30 and assuming a nil wind what height will be needed for the 9n.m final glide from Condover, to arrive at Long Mynd with 800ft. • 4100ft • 2600ft • 1800ft • 3400ft

41. Navigation 4 • Question 10 To the north of track and to the west of Buxton is an area marked CTA 3000’-3500’. What is the highest altimeter reading QFE Long Mynd you may fly in this area. • 3500ft • 3000ft • 1589ft • 2089ft, with permission from Manchester approach.

42. Navigation 4 Class D Airspace 3500ft altitude

43. Navigation 4 Class D airspace 3500ft 2089feet 3000ft 1411ft

44. Navigation 4 • Question 10 To the north of track and to the west of Buxton is an area marked CTA 3000’-3500’. What is the highest altimeter reading QFE Long Mynd you may fly in this area. • 3500ft • 3000ft • 1589ft • 2089ft, with permission from Manchester approach.