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Ballast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G. In the actual exam you may need to round up the nearest KG, Ltr, Lbs or C of G, ensure you are reading the question and take your time.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2540 685 63 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2540 685 63 29.4 80 Present Weight 2540 Present C of G Present Moment 2696 Shift 685 16.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 45.2 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2540 685 63 29.4 80 Present Weight 2540 Present C of G Present Moment 2696 Shift 685 16.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 45.2 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2570 695 125 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2570 695 125 58.3 159 Present Weight 2570 Present C of G Present Moment 2704 Shift 695 24.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 68.5 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2570 695 125 58.3 159 Present Weight 2570 Present C of G Present Moment 2704 Shift 695 24.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 68.5 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2490 680 84 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2490 680 84 39.2 107 Present Weight 2490 Present C of G Present Moment 2730 Shift 680 50.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 138.3 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2490 680 84 39.2 107 Present Weight 2490 Present C of G Present Moment 2730 Shift 680 50.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 138.3 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2500 675 52 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2500 675 52 24.3 66 Present Weight 2500 Present C of G Present Moment 2700 Shift 675 20.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 55.6 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2500 675 52 24.3 66 Present Weight 2500 Present C of G Present Moment 2700 Shift 675 20.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 55.6 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2495 685 94 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2495 685 94 43.9 119 Present Weight 2495 Present C of G Present Moment 2745 Shift 685 65.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 180.2 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2495 685 94 43.9 119 Present Weight 2495 Present C of G Present Moment 2745 Shift 685 65.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 180.2 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2475 680 70 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2475 680 70 32.7 89 Present Weight 2475 Present C of G Present Moment 2747 Shift 680 67.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 184.3 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2475 680 70 32.7 89 Present Weight 2475 Present C of G Present Moment 2747 Shift 680 67.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 184.3 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2550 695 60 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2550 695 60 28.0 76 Present Weight 2550 Present C of G Present Moment 2725 Shift 695 45.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 127.5 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2550 695 60 28.0 76 Present Weight 2550 Present C of G Present Moment 2725 Shift 695 45.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 127.5 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2398 670 75 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2398 670 75 35.0 95 Present Weight 2398 Present C of G Present Moment 2793 Shift 670 113.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 301.1 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2398 670 75 35.0 95 Present Weight 2398 Present C of G Present Moment 2793 Shift 670 113.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 301.1 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2500 670 55 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2500 670 55 25.7 70 Present Weight 2500 Present C of G Present Moment 2680 Shift 670 0.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 0.0 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2500 670 55 25.7 70 Present Weight 2500 Present C of G Present Moment 2680 Shift 670 0.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 0.0 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel 
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsBallast Fuel Questions:
Refer to the echo fuel policy supplied.
Assume minimum fuel is carried and no limitations are imposed by runway lengths. Cruise is at 28 gph. Ignore climb and decent calculations. Once you have calculated the maximum takeoff weight permitted, what is the ballast fuel required in the main tanks? (round the answer to the nearest whole 0.1 of a KG, example 47.2)
Note: For simplicity on these questions you don’t have to round up the C of G.
Important to know: Ballast fuel CANNOT be considered as being available as flight fuel! Only once the load changes and the ballast fuel is no longer required, only then it becomes available as flight fuel!ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) 2536 692 110 Correct
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2536 692 110 51.3 140 Present Weight 2536 Present C of G Present Moment 2725 Shift 692 45.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 126.8 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel Incorrect
ZFW ZF Moment ETI For Flight (minutes) Total Gal of Trip Fuel Weight as AVGAS in KG 2536 692 110 51.3 140 Present Weight 2536 Present C of G Present Moment 2725 Shift 692 45.0 Required C of G Weight to adjust (KG) 2680 Main Tanks 126.8 1780 Difference of Rq C of G & Main Tanks 900 Which is lower? (for present weight) Note if ZFW is given as the lowest it doesn’t matter! (It’s the lowest #) MTOW 2950 MAX Landing Wt (2750) + Fuel Burnt Max ZFW (2630) + All Fuel