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In which case may the pilot-in-command depart from the rules of the air?
  • A
    In case of sick or injured persons aboard.
  • B
    If it is necessary in the interest of fuel saving.
  • C
    In circumstances that render such departure absolutely necessary in the interest of safety.
  • D
    In circumstances that render such deviation necessary due to bad weather conditions.

Learning Objective 010.05.02.01.04: Identify under what circumstances departure from the Rules of the Air may be allowed. Source: SERA.2010 Responsibilities


SERA.2010 Responsibilities

(a) Responsibility of the pilot-in-command

The pilot-in-command of an aircraft shall, whether manipulating the controls or not, be responsible for the operation of the aircraft in accordance with this Regulation, except that the pilot-in-command may depart from these rules in circumstances that render such departure absolutely necessary in the interests of safety.

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