Practice Problems -Cont. - P-2030124

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B.
Solve the following problems using the given preflight information
1. The weatherman predicts winds at 25,000' to be 185/50 and at 30,000' to be 230/80. If
your true course is 295°, what altitude should be flown to attain the greatest ground
speed? __________
The weather shop predicts winds to be 230/45 with OAT of -10°. You plan to fly a
2.
TC of 330° at an IAS of 186 kts. Your planned calibrated alt will be 15,000' using the
local altimeter of 27.56. Find:
CALIBRATED AIRSPEED
_______
TRUE AIRSPEED
_______
GROUND SPEED
_______
PRESSURE ALT
_______
CROSSWIND COMPONENT
_______
H/T WIND COMPONENT
_______
CRAB ANGLE
_______
_______
3.
You are planning for your first cross-country flight. Your planned TAS is 300 kts and
calibrated altitude is 30,000'. The forecaster is predicting winds to be 280°/22 kts
with an OAT of -60°. The local altimeter will remain constant throughout the route at
29.35".
a.
What will your IAS be? __________
b.
If the distance from point A to B on the flight is 349 nm and the measured TC
is 345°, what time will you arrive at point B if you depart point A at 1315
GMT? __________
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