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Exam 3 Definitions
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NIGHT — The period of time during any day that starts at the end of evening civil twilight and ends at the start
of morning civil twilight.
Emergency Security Control of Air Traffic Plan
"ESCAT plan" or "Emergency Security control of Air Traffic Plan" means the measures to be implemented by Her Majesty in right of Canada in accordance with the North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) Agreement in
the case of an air defence emergency
In respect of VFR right way altitudes, at what altitude and below need they not follow this provision?
3000' and below
SIMULATED APPROACH — An instrumentapproach, conducted in VFR weather conditions by an aircraft not
on an IFR clearance.
MANOEUVRING AREA — That part of an aerodrome intendedto be used for the takeoff and landing of aircraft,
and for the movement of aircraft associated with takeoff and landing, excluding aprons.
CLEARANCE LIMIT — The point to which an aircraft is granted an ATC clearance.
GROUND TRAFFIC — All traffic, other than aircraft, onthe manoeuvring and runwayprotected areas, such as
vehicles, equipment and personnel.
HOVER TAXI — Movement of a helicopter above the surface of an aerodrome and in ground effect at airspeeds
less than approximately 20 knots. The actual height may vary, and some helicopters may require hover taxi above
25 feet AGL, to reduce ground effect turbulence or provide clearance for cargo slingloads. (See AIR TAXI).
AIR TAXI — Movement of a helicopter above the surface ofan aerodrome, but normally not above 100 feet AGL.
The aircraft may proceed via either hover taxi or flight at speeds more than 20 knots. The pilot is solely responsible
for selecting a safe airspeed/altitude for the operation being conducted. (See HOVER TAXI).
MDEF: CANADIAN RUNWAY FRICTION INDEX— The average of the runway friction as measured by a mechanical or electronic decelerometer and reported through the Aircraft Movement Surface Condition Report.
MDEF: CANADIAN RUNWAY FRICTION INDEX— The average of the runway friction as measured by a mechanical or electronic decelerometer and reported through the Aircraft MovementSurface Condition Report.
MDEF: AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT SURFACE CONDITION REPORT
MDEF: AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT SURFACE CONDITION REPORT— The report that details the surface conditions for all aircraft movement areas including runway, taxiways and aprons.
Layers aloft from near the surface to 6500'
Layers Aloft — Most layers occur as"layers aloft" whose bases are sufficiently high above the surface to show clear spaces beneath
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