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Meteorology Question Bank - 050-10-03 Information for flight planning - Q6256  Meteorology Question Bank - 050-10-03 Information for flight planning - Q6256 Dauntless Software

In the weather briefing room during the pre-flight phase of a passenger flight from Zurich to Rome, you examine the following weather reports of pressing importance at the time: EINN SHANNON 2808 sigmet 2 valid 0800/1100 loc sev turb fcst einn fir blw fl 050 south of 53n wkn = LIMM MILANO 2809 sigmet 2 valid 0900/1500 mod sev cat btn fl 250 and fl 430 fcst limm fir stnr nc = EGLL LONDON 2808 sigmet nr01 valid 0800/1200 for london fir isol cb embd in lyr cloud fcst tops fl 300 btn 52n and 54n east of 002e sev ice sev turb ts also fcst mov e wkn = Which decision is correct?
A. You show no further interest in these reports, since they do not concern the route to be flown.
B. Because of the expected turbulence you select a flight level below FL 250.
C. Owing to these reports and taking into account the presence of heavy thunderstorms at planned FL 310 you select a higher flight level (FL 370).
D. You cancel the flight since the expected dangerous weather conditions along the route would demand too much of the passengers.


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