METEOROLOGY - Altimetry (QFE, QNH, QNE)

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**QUESTIONS**
An altimeter adjusted to 1013hPa indicates an altitude of 3600ft- Should this altimeter be adjusted to the local QNH value of 991hPa, the altitude indicated would be:
-- 2922'
-- 3006'
-- 4278'
-- 4194'
Aviation Exam (53755)

An altimeter of an aircraft is set to1013.2hPa. The aircraft has to land on a point with an elevation of 290' where the QNH is 1023hPa. Assuming that 1hPa corresponds to 27ft, the reading on the altimeter on ground will be:
-- 20'
-- 11'
-- -10'
-- 560'
Aviation Exam (3745)

00:00 Intro
00:26 QFE, QNH, QNE Explained
11:14 Question 1
17:50 Question 2
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