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Jet Airways Trainee First Officer

Old 13th Feb 2011, 05:22
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ohhhh.... k....
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 07:11
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Thanks cvchetan for the clarification n answers for book 5 oxford..
God bless you n hope u make it..
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 07:27
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thanks a lot mate... good wishes are the max needed in these times...

my good wishes to you and all appearing the exams...

chetan
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 08:52
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hey even I received the same mail yesterday evening!!
Lapsed IR and ref 67xxx.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 08:52
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Call Letter

Heya guys,
I have got the call letter yesterday. My IR is lapsed for over a year now. So dont worry about the IR being lapsed as CA40 will take care of that during the sims. Also a big number is expected this time is my Roll# starts with 16.. so i can imageine atleast the 2000 mark crossing in mumbai alone.
Talking about Delhi attemp, all of my friends that i spoke to there havent got the call yet. Some with current and some with lapsed IR.. so stop worrying about the IR.
Anybody can suggest a good book for mental ability and those nasty figures to solve please.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 08:56
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Call Letter

Heya guys,
I have got the call letter yesterday. My IR is lapsed for over a year now. So dont worry about the IR being lapsed as CA40 will take care of that during the sims. Also a big number is expected this time is my Roll# starts with 16.. so i can imageine atleast the 2000 mark crossing in mumbai alone.
Talking about Delhi attemp, all of my friends that i spoke to there havent got the call yet. Some with current and some with lapsed IR.. so stop worrying about the IR.
Anybody can suggest a good book for mental ability and those nasty figures to solve please.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 08:56
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received mail.

hey even I got the same mail yesterday.
Even my IR is lapsed and ref no: 67xxx.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 08:58
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I am looking for the jet exam question paper(08,10), which somebody posted here.
Unable to locate, has it been deleted...
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 09:48
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There's a reason it's called the 'Mental Ability' test.

No studying required for it.

Its what sets the able and the book worms apart.

All the best.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 12:26
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Question Jet Numericals

Hey guys...
just wanna knw abt the numericals from the last attempt of Aug..they were from OXFORD????
and also
Q. An a/c is on airway boundry range 100nm from a VOR marking the airway centre line.Assuming each dot rep 2 deg.how many dots deviation will be shown on the deviation indiacator??
Ans..if u apply 1 in 60 rule with airway width to be 10 nm u get the correct ans????
but how much is the airway width????(i researched it to be 8 nm)..
HELP!!!!
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 12:28
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@flyvabb
Totally agree wid u...
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 12:58
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Jet numericals

well width is 10 nms,5nms either side of centreline. so if it is at the boundary range,it is 5nms frm centreline. usin 1/60 rule, 5*60/100=3 degrees. since each dot=2 degrees,therefore it has to be 1.5 dots.
Cheers!!!
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 13:18
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btw,were there any numericals in last attempt? i heard dat no numericals wr askd last tym as calculators wernt allowd,wch is the case this tym too.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 14:22
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Link for OXFORD BOOKS

Guys cud u pls help me out with the links to download OXFORD FOR GENERAL NAVIGATION????
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 15:39
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has anybody who cleared the exam got to the gd n failed, got called for this jet exam? a swift reply would be much appreciated.
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 16:48
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@thearsenal
I got my written cleared last tym but flunked gd...n no call yet...but no one in delhi centre has got call letters yet
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 16:48
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Jet numericals - Correction

Guys Correction ....in respect to previous Jet numericals
Airways Width is 10nm either side on land and 20 nm eitherside on sea
therefore 10nm from center line either side
so the solution should be

10*60/100= "6"

i.e 3 dots ******


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Old 13th Feb 2011, 17:18
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Airways Width is 10nm either side on land and 20 nm eitherside on sea
please check this link out...it says its 8 nm n nt 20.

Victor airways - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 17:39
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@AVIATOR

Victor Airway R 8nm Wide Usa Terminologyu
Airway According To Uk Oxford Are 10 Nm Wide..
Ans Acc To Oxford Is 1.5 Dots..
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Old 13th Feb 2011, 17:45
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guys guys ,,

well you both are right in your own senses,

let me clarify

in the US of A its called victor airways,prefixed V or J and is 8 NM wide (4 nm either side).

in Europe its called airways , prefixed U and is 10 NM ( 5 nm either side ).

and logically we here in India normally follow the British way so it has to be 10 NM.
well doesn't make much of a difference anyways check it out as well

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airway_(aviation)
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