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Air Law and ATC Procedures Question Bank - 010-05-01 Essential Definitions - Q13024  Air Law and ATC Procedures Question Bank - 010-05-01 Essential Definitions - Q13024 Dauntless Software


In the case of a piloted flying machine, it shall be deemed to be in flight:
A. from the time the aircraft moves into the manoeuvring area until it leaves the manoeuvring area after landing
B. from the time the main wheels lose contact with earth until they gain contact again on landing
C. from the time the engines are started until they are shut down after landing
D. from the time the aircraft first moves under its own power until the moment it comes to rest after landing

 

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