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Flight Planning and Monitoring Question Bank - 033-05-01 Advanced flight planning aspects for jet aeroplanes - Q8332  Flight Planning and Monitoring Question Bank - 033-05-01 Advanced flight planning aspects for jet aeroplanes - Q8332 Dauntless Software

(Refer to CAP 697 - figures 4.3.5 + 4.4 + figure 10-12)
The distance departure (MSL) to destination (MSL) 2000 NM, Wind Component 60kts Head, ISA -5° C, Brake release weight 57500 kg. Destination holding fuel, normal race track pattern, for 45 min at pressure altitude of 2500 ft at an estimated start weight of 44000 kg.

Departure APU usage 50 min, Taxi time estimated at 15 min before take-off and 10 min at destination or alternate; all descents straight in. Air Conditioning packs at high flow from the departure to destination and for the diversion.

Wing and engine anti-icing fuel for departure to destination, plus an hour during the diversion; climb and descent to be counted as cruising. Destination to Alternate distance is 300 NM, WC 20kts Tail; estimated landing weight at diversion is 42000 kg.

Calculate the total fuel for this route:
A. 17 814 kg
B. 16 552 kg
C. 18 669 kg
D. 15 337 kg


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