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1

What is A / Z / B / Y / C in Phonetic Alphabet?

Alpha / Zulu / Bravo / Yankee / Charlie.

2

What is X / D / W / E / V in Phonetic Alphabet?

X-Ray / Delta / Whiskey / Echo / Victor.

3

What is F / U / G / T / H in Phonetic Alphabet?

Foxtrot / Uniform / Golf / Tango / Hotel.

4

What is S / I / R / J / Q / K in Phonetic Alphabet?

Sierra / India / Romeo / Juliet / Quebec / Kilo.

5

What is P / L / O / M / N in Phonetic Alphabet?

Papa / Lima / Oscar / Mike / November.

6

In what format does a Pilot transmit a message using number?

Single Digits.

7

Describe the Callsign VH-YTC in a Transmission?

Victor / Hotel – Yankee / Tango / Charlie.

8

Describe the Callsign VH-YNJ in a Transmission?

Victor / Hotel – Yankee / November / Juliet

9

Describe the Callsign VH-TGX in a Transmission?

Victor / Hotel – Tango / Golf / X-Ray.

10

Describe the Altitude of 15700ft in a Transmission?

Altitude / 1, 5 (thousand) / 7 (hundred).

11

Describe the Altitude of 9300ft in a Transmission?

Altitude / 9er (thousand) / 3 (hundred).

12

Describe Visibility of 900m in a Transmission?

Visibility / 9er (hundred) / Metres.

13

Describe Visibility of 2800m in a Transmission?

Visibility / 2 (thousand) / 8 (hundred) / Metres.

14

Describe FL 190 in a Transmission?

Flight Level / 1 / 9er / 0.

15

Describe FL 270 in a Transmission?

Flight Level / 2 / 7 / 0.

16

Describe Speed of 95kts in a Transmission?

9er / 5 / Knots.

17

Describe Speed of 63kts in a Transmission?

6 / 3 / Knots.

18

Describe Speed of MN 0.85 in a Transmission?

Mach / Decimal / 8 / 5.

19

Describe Heading of 275° in a Transmission?

Heading / 2 / 7 / 5.

20

Describe Heading of 090° in a Transmission?

Heading / 0 / 9er / 0.

21

Describe Wind Speed and Direction of 110/25 in a Transmission?

Wind / 1 / 1 / 0 / Degrees / 2 / 5 / Knots.

22

Describe Wind Speed and Direction of 235/19 in a Transmission?

Wind / 2 / 3 / 5/ Degrees / 1 / 9ner / Knots.

23

Describe Altimeter Pressure Settings of 1013 in a Transmission?

QNH / 1 / 0 / 1 / 3.

24

Describe Altimeter Pressure Settings of 980 in a Transmission?

QNH / 9er / 8 / 0.

25

Describe RWY 21L in a Transmission?

Runway / 2 / 1 / Left.

26

Describe RWY 04R in a Transmission?

Runway / 0 / 4 / Right.

27

When transmitting a Frequency number, what should a Pilot remember to say?

Decimal.

28

When using Frequencies such as LF/MF/HF, what word should be added to the end?

Kilohertz (kHz).

29

Describe the Frequency of 125.75 in a Transmission?

1 / 2 / 5 / Decimal / 7 / 5.

30

Describe the Frequency of 118.30 in a Transmission?

1 / 1 / 8 / Decimal / 3.

31

Describe 3459 kHz in a Transmission?

3 / 4 / 5 / 9er / Kilohertz.

32

Describe 740 kHz in a Transmission?

7 / 4 / 0 / Kilohertz.

33

Describe 4:15pm in a Transmission?

Time / 1 / 6 / 1 / 5.

34

Describe 8:45am in a Transmission?

Time / 0 / 8 / 4 / 5.

35

In Meteorology, what does OKTA mean?

1/8th of the Sky.

36

Describe 5/8th of a Sky filled with Clouds?

5 / OKTA.

37

Describe 2/8th of a Sky filled with Clouds?

2 / OKTA.

38

What does CAVOK mean?

Cloud and Visibility are Okay.

39

Define ‘Acknowledge’ in a Transmission?

Let me know you have received and understood this message.

40

Define ‘Affirm’ in a Transmission?

Yes.

41

Define ‘Approved’ in a Transmission?

Permission granted.

42

Define ‘Break’ in a Transmission?

Declaring a separation of message.

43

Define ‘Cancel’ in a Transmission?

Annul the previous transmission.

44

Define ‘Check’ in a Transmission?

To examine a particular system or procedure. An answer is expected.

45

Define ‘Cleared’ in a Transmission?

Authorised to proceed.

46

Define ‘Confirm’ in a Transmission?

Did you receive the follow transmission.

47

Define ‘Correct’ in a Transmission?

That is correct.

48

Define ‘Correction’ in a Transmission?

Indicating an Error in the previous transmission.

49

Define ‘Disregard’ in a Transmission?

Consider that transmission as not sent.

50

Define ‘Go Ahead’ in a Transmission?

Proceed with your message.

51

Define ‘How Do You Read’ in a Transmission?

What is the readability of my transmission.

52

Define ‘I Say Again’ in a Transmission?

I repeat for clarity.

53

Define ‘Monitor’ in a Transmission?

Listen out on (frequency).

54

Define ‘Negative’ in a Transmission?

No or permission not granted

55

Define ‘Read Back’ in a Transmission?

Repeat all of the previous message exactly as received.

56

Define ‘Re-Cleared’ in a Transmission?

A change made in a previous clearance. Use this transmission instead.

57

Define ‘Report’ in a Transmission?

Send me the following information.

58

Define ‘Request’ in a Transmission?

I would like to know/obtain (information).

59

Define ‘Say Again’ in a Transmission?

Repeat all of the previous message.

60

Define ‘Speak Slower’ in a Transmission?

Reduce the rate of speech.

61

Define ‘Stand By’ in a Transmission?

Wait and I will call you back.

62

Define ‘Verify’ in a Transmission?

Check and confirm.

63

Define ‘Wilco’ in a Transmission?

I understand your message and will comply.

64

Which 3 words should only be used if communication is difficult?

- Over.
- Out.
- Words Twice.

65

Although loss of communication procedures differ to the type of Airspace, common to all procedures is the need to maintain what?

Terrain Clearance.

66

When facing a loss of communication, what should a Pilot do first?

Decipher the problem yourself.

67

If a Pilot experiences loss of Radio communication how should they Broadcast a message (assuming the transmitter is working)?

Transmitting Blind.

68

What Squawk Code is used to signal Loss of Radio Communication on a Transponder?

7600.

69

What type of Radio calls take priority over all other Radio calls?

Distress/Emergency.

70

Name 4 situations that would require a Distress Call?

- Engine/Structural Failure.
- Serious Mechanical/Structural Damage.
- Fire in some part of an Aircraft.
- Weather Conditions below the minimum VMC for VFR.

71

What does a Distress Call begin with?

MAYDAY (x3).

72

Name the sequence for making a Distress Call (7)?

- Prefix.
(MAYDAY / MAYDAY / MAYDAY).

- Station Pilot is calling.
(PARAFIELD TOWER).

- Aircraft Callsign.
(VH-TGX).

- Nature of Distress.
(ENGINE FAILURE).

- Pilot’s Intention.
(FORCED LANDING).

- Present Position, Level and Heading.
(5 MILES NORTH WEST OF PARAFIELD, 3500FT, 135M).

- Other useful information.

73

When declaring an Emergency what Squawk Code should be used?

7700.

74

Define ELT and when should it be used?

Emergency Locator Transmitter and should be used when force landing an Aircraft.

75

What does an Urgency Call begin with?

PAN PAN (x3)

76

What’s the difference between a Distress and Urgency Call?

- Distress = an Aircraft in imminent danger.
- Urgency = an Aircraft NOT in imminent danger.

77

Name 5 situations that would require an Urgency Call?

- A passenger on board requires assistance.
- Experiencing Navigational Difficulties.
- Aircraft Performance Issues.
- Another Aircraft in difficulties and requires urgent assistance.
- Due to Technical/Weather conditions you are required to change Airspace.

78

Name the sequence for making an Urgency Call (7)?

- Prefix.
(PAN PAN / PAN PAN / PAN PAN).

- Station Pilot is calling.
(PARAFIELD TOWER).

- Aircraft Callsign.
(VH-TGX).

- Nature of Distress.
(PASSENGER SUSPECTED HEART ATTACK).

- Pilot’s Intention.
(LANDING AS SOON AS POSSIBLE).

- Present Position, Level and Heading.
(5 MILES NORTH WEST OF PARAFIELD, 3500FT, 135M).

- Other useful information.
(REQUEST AMBULANCE TO MEET).

79

What Squawk Code should be used before declaring a PAN PAN call?

7700.

80

Name the sequence for testing Radio communication by a Pilot (4)?

- Callsign of Station.
(PARAFIELD TOWER).

- Aircraft Callsign.
(VH-TGX).

- Signal / Preflight / Radio Check.

- Frequency being used.

81

In the interest of Safety, a Pilot should test the Radio communication for it’s what?

Readability (using a scale of 1-5).