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An operator must comply with several factors when intending to conduct CAT II operations. As regards the altimeter and crewing, an operator is only permitted to conduct CAT II operations if the DH is determined by means of a..
  • A
    barometric altimeter and the flight crew consists of at least one pilot.
  • B
    barometric altimeter and the flight crew consists of at least two pilots.
  • C
    radio altimeter and the flight crew consists of at least two pilots.
  • D
    radio altimeter and the flight crew consists of at least one pilot.

EASA AIR OPS
Regulation (EU) No 965/2012
SPA.LVO.110 General operating requirements

(b) The operator shall only conduct CAT II, OTS CAT II or CAT III operations if:

(1) each aircraft concerned is certified for operations with a decision height (DH) below 200 ft, or no DH, and equipped in accordance with the applicable airworthiness requirements;
(2) a system for recording approach and/or automatic landing success and failure is established and maintained to monitor the overall safety of the operation;
(3) the DH is determined by means of a radio altimeter;
(4) the flight crew consists of at least two pilots;
(5) all height call-outs below 200 ft above the aerodrome threshold elevation are determined by a radio altimeter.

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