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Preface

See the Controllers Handbook, 5-2-6 b. 3. Given your altitude changes, it would also be prudent to request a block altitude, although the handbook does not specify that. Choice d. is utter nonsense. Surely, you didn’t fall for that one, did you?

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1. Squawk 4000.

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2. Maintain VMC conditions

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3. Request a block altitude.

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4. File a request at least 30 days in advance with the controlling Center, and they’ll assign you a squawk that’s the ID number sequentially assigned to your application.

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5. Report after landing whether you used your Sic-Sac.

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6. 1 and 3

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