1
Q

If a pilot elects to proceed to the selected alternate, the landing minimums used at that airport should be the

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minimums specified for the approach procedure selected.

2
Q

If RVR is inoperative for the runway in use, you must

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convert RVR minimums and use the value as ground visibility.

3
Q

What point should be used to compute estimated time en route on an IFR flight plan?

A

The points of first intended landing.

4
Q

On what heading will the magnetic compass read most accurately during a level 360 degree turn, with a bank of approximately 15 degrees?

A

90 degrees and 270 degrees.

5
Q

Figure 38, What CAS must be used to maintain the fillied TAS at the flight planned altitude if the outside air temperature is +05 C?

A

129 KCAS.

6
Q

(Refer to the FD excerpt below, and use the wind entry closest to the flight planned altitude.)
Determine the time to be entered in black 10 of the flight plan.
Route of flight Figures 38, 39, and 40
Flight log & MAG VAR Figure 39
ACTION TWO ARRIVAL Figure 41
FT 3000 6000 9000 12000
ABI 2033+13 2141+13 2142+05

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1 hour 31 minutes

7
Q

Figure 44, What CAS must be used to maintain the filed TAS at the flight planned altitude if the outside air temperature is +5 C?

A

147 KCAS.

8
Q

(Refer to the FD excerpt below, and use the wind entry closest to the flight planned altitude.)
Determine the time to be entered in black 10 of the flight plan.
Route of flight Figures 44, 45, 46, and 47
Flight log & MAG VAR Figure 45
GROMO TWO DEPARTURE and Excerpt from AFD Figure 46
FT 3000 6000 9000 12000
ABI 1615 1962+12 2032+08 2035+05

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1 hour 02 minutes.

9
Q

Figure 50, What CAS must be used to maintain the filed TAS at the flight planned altitude? (Temperature 0 C.)

A

140 KCAS

10
Q

(Refer to the FD excerpt below, and use the wind entry closest to the flight planned altitude.)
Determine the time to be entered in black 10 of the flight plan.
Route of flight Figures 50, 51, 52, and 53
Flight log & MAG VAR Figure 51
HABUT ONE DEPARTURE and Excerpt from AFD Figure 52
FT 3000 6000 9000
ABI 0610 2115+05 2525+00

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51 minutes.

11
Q

Figure 69, What CAS should be used to maintain the filed TAS if the outside air temperature is +05 C?

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119 KCAS.

12
Q

(Refer to the FD excerpt below, and use the wind entry closest to the flight planned altitude.)
Determine the time to be entered in black 10 of the flight plan.
Route of flight Figures 69, 70, and 71
Flight log & MAG VAR Figure 70
JUDDS TWO ARRIVAL and Excerpt from AFD Figure 72
FT 3000 6000 9000
ABI 3320 3425+05 3430+00

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58 minutes.

13
Q

Figure 74, What CAS should be used to maintained the filed TAS at the flight planned altitude if the outside air temperature is +5 C

A

133 KCAS.

14
Q

Figure 91, What should be the approximate elapsed time from BZN VOR to DBS VORTAC, if the wind is 34 knots from 260 degrees and you intended TAS is 185 knots? (VAR 17 degrees E.)

A

39 minutes.

15
Q

Figure 91, Southbound on V257, you cross over CPN VORTAC to 950 and over DIVID intersection at 0945. At what time should you arrive at DBS VORTAC?

A

1043

16
Q

A VOR receiver with normal five-dot course sensitivity shows a three-dot deflection at 30 NM from the station. The aircraft would be displaced approximately how far from the course centerline?

A

3 NM.

17
Q

Figure 95, What is the lateral displacement of the aircraft in NM from the radial selected on the No. 1 NAV?

A

5.0 NM.

18
Q

Without visual aid, a pilot often intercepts acceleration or deceleration as a sensation of

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climbing or descending.

19
Q

If a standard-rate turn is maintained, how much time would be required to turn to the left from a heading of 090 to a heading of 300?

A

50 seconds.

20
Q

If a half standard-rate turn is maintained, how long would it take to turn 135 degrees?

A

90 seconds.

21
Q

What causes the northerly turning error in a magnetic compass?

A

The pull of the vertical component of the Earth’s magnetic field.

22
Q

What does the miniature aircraft of the turn-and-slip indicator directly display?

A

Rate of roll and rate of turn.

23
Q

If a half standard-rate turn is maintained, how long would it take to turn 360 degrees?

A

4 minutes.

24
Q

If a standard rate turn is maintained, how long would it take to turn 180 degrees?

A

1 minute.

25
Q

If a half standard-rate turn is maintained, how much time would be required to turn clockwise from a heading of 090 to heading of 180?

A

1 minute.

26
Q

If a standard-rate turn is maintained, how much time would be required to turn to the right from a heading of 090 to a heading of 270?

A

1 minute.

27
Q

When an aircraft is accelerated, some altitude indicator will precess and incorrectly indicate a

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climb.

28
Q

When an aircraft is decelerated, some attitude indicators will precess and incorrectly indicate a

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descent.

29
Q

What indication should be observed on a turn coordinator during a left turn while taxiing?

A

The miniature aircraft will show a turn to the left and the ball moves to the right.

30
Q

On a taxi check, the magnetic compass should

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swing freely and indicate known headings.

31
Q

Which conditions during taxi is an indication that an attitude indicator is unreliable?

A

The horizon bar tilts more than 5 degrees while making taxi turns.

32
Q

What pretakeoff check should be made of the attitude indicator in preparation for an IFR flight?

A

The horizon bar should erect and become stable within 5 minutes.

33
Q

What pretakeoff check should be made of a vacuum driven heading indicator in preparation for an IFR flight?

A

After 5 minutes, set the indicator to the magnetic heading of the aircraft and check for proper alignment after taxi turns.

34
Q

What is the correct sequence in which to use the three skills used instrument flying?

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Instrument cross-check, instrument interpretation, and aircraft control.

35
Q

What are the three fundamental skills involved in attitude instruments flying?

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Instrument cross-check, instrument interpretation, and aircraft control.

36
Q

What is the third fundamental skill in attitude instrument flying?

A

Aircraft control.

37
Q

What is the first fundamental skill in attitude instrument flying?

A

Instrument cross-check.

38
Q

Which instrument, in addition to the attitude indicator, are pitch instruments?

A

Altimeter, airspeed indicator, and vertical speed indicator.

39
Q

You check the flight instruments while taxiing and find that the vertical speed indicator (VSI) indicates a descent of 100 feet per minute. In this case, you

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may take off and use 100 feet descent as the zero indication.

40
Q

As a rule of thumb, altitude corrections of less than 100 feet should be corrected by using a

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half bar width on the attitude indicator.

41
Q

Which instrument, in a primary-secondary relationship, is the primary instrument for bank control in straight-and-level flight?

A

42
Q

In straight and level flight using primary-secondary instrument scanning technique, which instruments is primary for pitch?

A

Altimeter.

43
Q

For maintaining level flight at constant thrust, which instrument would be at least appropriate for determining the need for a pitch change?

A

Attitude indicator.

44
Q

The glide slope and localizer are centered, but the airspeed is too fast. Which should be adjusted initially?

A

Power only.

45
Q

What is the primary power pitch instrument during stabilized climbing left turn at cruise climb airspeed?

A

Airspeed indicator.

46
Q

Approximately what percent of the indicated vertical speed should be used to determine the number of feet to lead the level off from a climb to a specific altitude?

A

10 percent.

47
Q

To level off from descent to a specific altitude, the pilot should lead the level off by approximately

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10 percent of the vertical speed.

48
Q

To enter a constant airspeed descent from level cruising flight, and maintain cruising airspeed, the pilot should

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simultaneously reduce power and adjust pitch using the attitude indicator as a reference to maintain the cruising airspeed.

49
Q

To level off at an airspeed higher than the descent speed, the addition of power should be made, assuming a 500 FPM rate of descent, at approximately

A

100 to 150 feet above the desired altitude.

50
Q

To level off from a descent maintaining the descending airspeed, the pilot should lead the desired altitude by approximately

A

50 feet.

51
Q

While cruising at 160 knots, you wish to establish a climb at 130 knots. When entering the climb (full panel), it is proper to make the initial pitch change by increasing back elevator pressure until the

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attitude indicator shows the approximate pitch attitude appropriate for the 130 knot climb.

52
Q

While cruising at 190 knots, you wish to establish a climb at 160 knots. When entering the climb (full panel), it would be proper to make initial pitch change by increasing back elevator pressure until the

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attitude indicator shows the approximate pitch attitude appropriate for he 160 knot climb.

53
Q

What indication is presented by the miniature aircraft of the turn coordinator?

A

Indirect indication of the bank attitude.

54
Q

The displacement of a turn coordinator during a coordinated turn will

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increase as angle of bank increases.

55
Q

While recovering from an unusual flight attitude without the aid of the attitude indicator, approximate level pitch attitude is reached when the

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airspeed and altimeter stop their movement and the VSI reverses its trend.

56
Q

If an airplane is in unusual flight attitude and the attitude indicator has exceeded its limits which instruments should be relied on to determine pitch attitude before starting recovery?

A

Airspeed and altimeter.

57
Q

Which is the correct sequence for recovery from a spiraling, nose low, increasing airspeed, unusual flight attitude?

A

Reduce power, correct the bank attitude, and raise the nose to a level attitude.

58
Q

During recoveries from unusual attitudes, level flight is attained the instant

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the altimeter and airspeed needles stop prior to reversing their direction of movement,

59
Q

Figure 145, What is the correct sequence for recovery from the unusual attitude indicated?

A

Reduce power, level the wings, bring pitch attitude to level flight using ailerons and rudder.

60
Q

Figure 146 (The DG shows a right turn. OAT is -1 C), Identify the system that has failed and determine a corrective action to return the airplane to straight-and-level flight.

A

Static/pitot system blocked; lower the nose and level the wings to level flight attitude by use of attitude indicator, apply power, and turn on pitot heat to unblock.

61
Q

Figure 147 (Ignore the arrow above the DG, it shows a right turn.) Which is the correct sequence for recovery from the unusual attitude indicated?

A

62
Q

Figure 148, What is the flight attitude? One system which transmits information to the instruments has malfunctioned.

A

Climbing turn to right.

63
Q

Figure 149, What is the flight attitude? One system which transmits information to the instruments has malfunctioned.

A

Straight-and-level flight.

64
Q

Figure 150, What is the flight attitude? One instrument has malfunctioned.

A

Climbing turn to the right.

65
Q

To correct from an altitude deviation, identify the primary pitch instruments to include in your corss-check.

A

Attitude indicator, altimeter, and VSI.

66
Q

What angular deviation from a VOR course centerline is represented by a full scale deflection of the CDI?

A

10 degrees.

67
Q

When using VOR for navigation, which of the following should be considered as station passage?

A

The first positive, complete reversal of the TO FROM indicator.

68
Q

Which of the followinf should be considered as station passage when using VOR?

A

The first complete reversal of the TO FORM indicator.

69
Q

What angular deviation from a VOR course centerline is represented by a 1/2 scale deflection of the CDI?

A

5 degrees.

70
Q

After passing a VORTAC, the CDI shows 1/2 scale deflection to the right. What is indicated id the deflection remains constant for a period of time?

A

The airplane is flying away from the radial

71
Q

Figure 95, On which radial is the aircraft as indicated by the No. 1 NAV?

A

R 345.

72
Q

Figure 95, Which OBS selection on the Np. 1 NAV would center the CDI and change the TP/FROM indication to a TO?

A

165 degrees.

73
Q

Figure 95, What is the lateral displacement in degrees from the desired radial on the No.2 NAV?

A

4 degrees.

74
Q

Figure 95, Which OBS selection on the No. 2 NAV would center the CDI?

A

174 degrees.

75
Q

Figure 95, Which OBS selection on the No. 2 NAV would center the CDI and change the TO/FROM indication to a TO?

A

354 degrees

76
Q

Figure 96 and 97, To which aircraft position(s) does HSI presentation “A” correspond?

A

9 and 6

77
Q

Figure 96 and 97, To which aircraft position(s) does HSI presentation “B” correspond?

A

5 and 13.

78
Q

Figure 96 and 97, To which aircraft position does HSI presentation “C” correspond?

A

12.

79
Q

Figure 96 and 97, To which aircraft position does HSI presentation “D” correspond?

A

2.