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1

What must the PIC provide to ATC on request of taxi clearance?

Receipt of ATIS and POB.

2

During the conduct of a visual departure, a pilot must:

a. maintain the track(s) / heading(s) authorized by ATC;

b. remain not less than 500 ft above the lower limit of the CTA; and

c. visually maintain obstacle clearance

3

Class C and D control zone departure report?

Direction of turn and assigned heading, level passing and last assigned level.

4

Class D departure report on tower after takeoff?

Tracking information (including SID if applicable) and last assigned altitude.

5

When must an aircraft be established on track by after takeoff?

Within 5NM of the departure airport

6

First contact with approach control when identified and NOT identified?

Identified: assigned level, flight conditions (if appropriate) and ATIS.

Not identified: VOR radial/DME distance (if available) or compass quadrant, assigned level, flight conditions (if appropriate) and ATIS.

7

ATC clearance without advanced notification?

a. aircraft call sign, “INBOUND / TRANSIT DETAILS” (wait for ATC to respond with your call- sign), then advise;
1. flight rules and aircraft type,
2. position,
3. route and next estimate; and
4. preferred level.

8

Visual approach by day and night requirements?

Within 30NM of airport, clear of cloud, in sight of ground or water, and 5km vis or airport in sight.

*Night: must remain above LSALT/MSA until within circling area and airport in sight, or within 5NM and established on t-vasis or papi.

Except when on a STAR, maintain ATC authorized heading/tracking requirements until within 5NM of airport.

9

Can you depart IFR if unable to contact ATS on VHF or HF prior to departure from a non-controlled airport?

Yes. If:
a. pilot is assured of radio contact with operator until contact is made with ATS, or

b. SARTIME FOR DEPARTURE is provided (other than RPT), maximum 30 minutes from EOBT.

10

Non-surveillance IFR departure report?

Departure time, outbound tracking, intended cruising level, estimate for first enroute point

11

Surveillance IFR departure report?

Current position, present level, intended cruising level, estimate for first enroute reporting point

12

What Flight level deviation must be reported?

300ft or more.

13

What distance over water may a pax carrying CHTR fly from a suitable emergency landing area?

25NM

14

What is the climb gradient of a SID?

3.3% or higher as specific