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11. When determining alternate weather requirements, when will you NOT use PAR approach
12. Normally, a suitable alternate should have a published instrument approach the aircraft can
execute in case of lost communications. (True/False)
13. A single-piloted aircraft may use destination radar (PAR/ASR) approach minimums to
determine if the forecast weather at the destination (±1 hr. of your estimated arrival time) is
below, equal to, or above approach minimums. (True/False)
14. If the destination weather is forecast to be below your lowest published approach
minimums then _______________.
the alternate forecast weather must be at or above nonprecision minimums plus 3001
the alternate forecast weather must be at or above 30003
the alternate forecast weather must be at or above radar approach minimums plus 200½
15. Your destination is NAS Pensacola and you are flying a single-piloted aircraft with
NAVAID capability of VOR only. NAS Pensacola is forecasting 4 BKN 12 OVC 1R ( . . . 1600
60RA 5ST004 8 SC012 . . . CIG004) and the following approaches and minimums are
Is Pensacola forecasting (above/below) your lowest approach minimums?
16. Referencing the above question is an alternate required? (Yes/No)
17. You are flying a single-piloted aircraft and your destination is forecasting above published
minimums but below 30003. The alternate must be forecasting at least
a. PAR approach minimums plus 200½.
b. nonprecision approach minimums plus 3001.
c. ASR approach minimums plus 3001.
18. The symbol
indicates that the airport may be used as an alternate. (True/False)
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