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The details of an aircraft flight from M to N ( no fuel is available at N ) are given below:Distance M to N

750 nm
Average TAS
380 K
Wind component M to N
30 K HW
Average fuel flow
5700 Kg/hr
Fuel reserve (assume unused)
500 Kg
Ac weight less fuel & pay load
52000 Kg
Max T/O weight at M
91000 Kg
Max T/O weight at N
88000 Kg
Max Landing weight at M
77500 Kg
Max Landing weight at N
75000 Kg
Find max payload from M to N and N to M:a. 14500, 22500
c. 15800, 14500

b. 15800, 25000
d. 25000, 22500.

2.

Max take off weight


45000 lbs.
Max landing weight
40000 lbs.
Flight fuel
4000 lbs.
Reserve fuel
800 lbs.
Empty weight
25000 lbs.
Find pay load and state if a/c can carry additional reserve fuel without affecting pay load, and if so
how much?
a. 15200, yes, 1000 lbs.
b. 15200, no, 0 lbs
c. 14200, yes, 1000 lbs
d. 14200, no, 0 lbs.

3.

From P to Q ( where fuel is not available) & return to P. Maximum payload is to be off loaded at Q &
maximum pay load is to be uplifted from Q The data given is:
Distance P to Q
Weight no fuel & no payload
Max landing weight
Max take off weight
Reserve fuel unused
Additional fuel for each flight
(T/O circuit landing etc)
Mean Fuel consumption
Mean ground speed P to Q
Mean ground speed Q to P

610 nm.
36500 kg.
52400 kg.
63000 kg.
4000 kg.
500 kg.
1350 kg/Hr.
240 K
280 K

Find fuel to be up lifted at P, maximum pay load P to Q, maximum pay load Q to P.


a. 7425, 8475, 11900
b. 4000, 11900, 9075.
c. 11345, 8475, 11900
d. 2925, 11345, 9075.

4.

Given:Maximum take off weight


Maxing landing weight

82000 lbs
64500 lbs

Basic operating weight


Flight fuel
Reserve Fuel

50000 lbs
16000 lbs
1500 lbs.

Find the pay load that can be carried.


a. 13000.
c. 14000.

b. 14500.
c. 13500.

5.

An a/c is to fly from A to B.


Max T/O Weight
82000 lbs
Max Weight without fuel
50000 lbs
& pay load
Max. landing weight
64000 lbs
Fuel for flight A to B
16000 lbs
Reserve Fuel
8000 lbs
If the a/c lands at B after having consumed 500 lbs of reserve fuel what is max. payload that can be
carried?
a. 6000 .
b. 6500.
c. 7000.
d. 7500.

6.

An a/c is to fly from A to B.


Max permissible take off weight
Max weight without fuel and payload
Max permissible landing weight
Fuel required for flight from A to B
Reserve

82000 lbs
50000 lbs
69000 lbs
16000 lbs
3000 lbs.

What is the max payload that can be carried? Is it possible to carry additional reserve fuel without
affecting the pay load?
a. 13000, yes, 1000.
b. 14000, no, 0.
c. 1300, no, 0.
d. 14000, yes, 0.
7.

A flight is to be made from M to N and return to M carrying max. payload in each direction, Fuel is not
available at N.
Given:Distance to M to N
80 NM
Mean ground speed M to N
70 K
Mean ground speed N to M
110 K
Mean fuel consumption
410 Kg/hr
Max take off wt. at M
6180 Kg
Max landing wt. at N
5740 Kg
Max take off wt. at N
5800 Kg.
Max landing wt. at M
5460 Kg.
Max zero fuel wt.
5180 Kg.
Aircraft wt less fuel and pay load
4400 Kg.
Reserve fuel ( assume not used)
250 Kg.
Calculate: Max payload which can be carried from M to N and Max payload which can be carried from
N to M.

8.

9.

10.

a. 780, 764.
c. 794, 780.

b. 764,780.
d. 780,810.

Max T/O weight


RTOW
Max Landing Weight
Max Zero Fuel Weight
APS Weight
Trip Fuel
Reserve Fuel

51.00 Tons.
50.00 Tons.
43.25 Tons.
39.10 Tons
27.50 Tons
4.2 Tons
1.00 Ton

Find the payload that can be carried


a. 14.75.
c. 17.30.

b. 18.30.
d. 11.60.

Max Take off weight


Maximum Landing Weight
Basic Weight
TAS
Track
W/V
Distance
Fuel consumption
Reserve Fuel

80000 Lbs
60000 Lbs
48000 LBS
200 K
350
350/20
1350 nm
2500 Lbs/Hr
3500 Lbs

Find the pay load that can be carried


a. 9750.
c. 9500.

b. 8500.
d. 8750.

Max T/O Weight


Max Landing Weight
Max Zero Fuel Weigh t
A/C weight without Fuel & pay load
Fuel Cons
Distance
Reserve Fuel
TAS

55000 kg
52000 Kg
38000 Kg
29000 Kg
1600 Kg/Hr
1500 nm
2750 Kg
260 K

Find max pay load in still and max pay load with a head wind of 90 K.
a. 10000, 10000.
b. 11000, 11000.
c. 9000, 9000.
d. 10000, 9000.