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1

What is the tolerance for an IFR altimeter with an accurate QNH (not area or forecast) set?

Within 60 ft. In excess of +/- 75 ft, the altimeter is to be considered unserviceable.

If 2 required, one must be within 60ft and the other may be rechecked at point of first landing and if still outside 60ft, considered u/s.

2

When should QNH be changed to 1013.2 on climb?

In the Standard Pressure Region after passing 10,000 ft and prior to levelling off

3

When should 1013.2 be changed to QNH on descent to a level in the Altimeter Setting Region?

Prior to entering the Transition Layer

4

When may Special VFR be requested?

For flight in a CTR, or in a CTA next to a CTR, for the purpose of entering or leaving the CTR

5

What is the maximum time interval between positive fixes under the IFR?

2 hours

6

When must a pilot immediately notify ATC of a track deviation in controlled airspace? (VOR, NDB, DME, visual)

VOR: half scale deflection
NDB: +/-5 degrees
DME: +/-2NM
Visual: +/-1NM

7

Loss of RAIM: ATC must be advised when?

1. RAIM is lost for greater than 5 minutes, even if GPS is still providing position information; or

2. RAIM is not available when ATC requests GPS distance, or if an ATC clearance or requirement based on GPS distance is imposed; or

3. the GPS receiver is in DR mode, or experiences loss of navigation function, for more than one minute; or

4. indicated displacement from track centerline exceeds 2 NM.

8

If valid position information is lost (2D or DR mode) for 1 minute or non-RAIM operation exceeds 5 minutes what must be done?

Use another means of navigation and advise ATC.

9

Following reestablishment of RAIM what must be done prior to using GPS information?

Advise ATC.

10

Where is information about traffic holding fuel and weather holding fuel?

Traffic holding: Jepp General flight procedures 9.2

Weather holding: Jepp Airports and ground aids, weather conditions

11

Can an IFR aircraft depart with ADS-B u/s?

Only with prior approval from Airservices.

12

Transponder IFR in Class G?

2000

13

Transponder IFR in Class A, C, D, E?

3000