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You are operating a Commercial Air Transport flight. During pre flight, the latest weather update informs you of a runway change at destination, which leads to a longer arrival procedure. The Trip Fuel
  • A
    remains unchanged, as the amount of fuel for arrival is a fixed quantity.
  • B
    must be updated accordingly.
  • C
    could be updated, but the Contingency Fuel anyway covers changes at the pre flight stage.
  • D
    remains unchanged, as it is NOT related to the arrival procedure.

Your trip fuel must include the expected arrival procedure. Since this question states that you are aware OF THE LONGER ARRIVAL PROCEDURE BEFORE FLIGHT the trip fuel MUST be adjusted for the expected arrival.

If there is a change inflight, then this is covered by the contingency fuel.

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