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1

How many hours of ground school does one need for their Private reqs?

40 hrs

2

How many total flight hours does one need to do his private test?

45 hrs, 5 of which can be in a sim

3

How many of the total hours need to be solo, and how many need to be dual for your ppt?

Solo=12 including 5 hrs cross country,

dual=17 hours

4

What is the cross country reqs for a ppl student?

150nm which include at least 2 en route full stops

5

If the medical is valud for 60 months, what date exactly is it due on?

The first day of the 61st month

6

For pilots younger than 40, how long is a class 3 medical valid for?

60 months

7

How long is a class 3 medical valid, for those older than 40 years of age?

24 months

8

How often is an ECG required?

At first examination after reaching 40, and within 5 years of every medical after

9

If you have 50,000 hours on only a Cessna 152, can you fly as PIC on a Cessna Citation?

no

10

If you have 50,000 hours on only a cessna 152, can you fly a Cessna Citation under the direction and supervision of a flight instructor if no passengers are on board?

Yes

11

Can a private pilot ever be compensate for his services?

No

12

How many degrees below the horizon does the sun have to be for it to be considered night?

6 degrees

13

What are the requirements for lighting a runway during night?

Must have steady white lights for takeoff and landing areas, fixed red lights to mark unserviceable areas, and the windsock must be lighted

14

Define the category, class, and type of a Cessna 152

Category: Aeroplaen

Class: single engine Land

type: C152 covered under blanket type rating

15

What are the three numbers you should remember for converting from land to sea plane?

7-7-5

Total of 7 hours seaplane, least 5 must be dual, at least 5 takeoff and landings as sole occupant

16

What are the three numbers you should remember for converting from sea to land?

3-2-5

3 hours total, 2 of dual instruction, and 5 takeoffs and landings as sole occupant

17

What does a blanket type rating allow you to do?

Fly many aircraft types, within a particular class and category

18

What are the:

min crew
VNE
Vso

That says plane is high performance?

Min crew: 1
Vne: 250 KIAS or greater
Vso: 80 KIAS or greater

19

What does one need to do, to fly a high performance aircraft?

Complete ground training, complete flight training, 200hrs on airplanes, complete qualifying flight

20

What does one need to do, to fly a min crew of 2 aeroplane?

Complete ground and flight training, obtain at least 70% on IATRA, have at least 250hrs, pass a pilot proficiency check

21

How many years until your private pilot license expires because you did not use it?

5 years

22

How many landings and takeoffs does one need to do to be able to fly during day or night with passengers?

Needs to do 5 landings and 5 takeoffs during day or night if flying during day, or those same numbers but at night if flying wholly or partly at night with passengers

23

How many days after you change your address must you notify department of transportation?

Within 7 days

24

List the required equipment for day VFR flights

· Altimeter

· Airspeed indicator

· Magnetic compass

· Tachometer

· Oil pressure indicator

· Coolant temperature indicator

· Oil temperature gauge

· Manifold pressure gauge ( if it is variable pitch)

· A fuel gauge

· A landing hear position indicator

· Radio communication system

25

What must one bring as survival equipment over land?

means of starting fire
providing shelter
providing or purifying water
way to visually signal distress

26

Do you need to bring survival equipment on a flight less than 25NM?

No

27

Do infants (younger than 2 years), need a seat belt?

No

28

If you are above 10,000’, but below 13,000’ASL, what is the requirement for oxygen use in an unpressurised aircraft?

If flying at that altitude for more than 30 min, the flight crew needs oxygen at all times, and you need oxygen for at least 10% of the passengers, or at least 1 person

29

If you are above 13,000’ how many must use oxygen?

everyone

30

What are the documents that are required to be on board?

· Crew licenses and ratings

· Medical certificate

· Certificate of airworthiness

· Certificate of registration

· Journey logbook

· Proof of liability insurance

· Aircraft flight manual

31

Within gliding distance from land, what equipment must you carry?

Non-Pertaining to water survival

32

Within 50 or 100 NM of the shoreline, what is required for you to bring?

A flotation device for every passenger, and if 100NM from the shore, you need life preservers

33

If you are converging with a plane at your 12 o’clock, what must you do?

Alter heading to right

34

On approach, plane A is above plane B, which plane has the right of way?

Plane B (lower one)

35

If two aircraft are converging towards the same spot, both on a heading closest to north, who must give the right of way?

The aircraft that has the other on their right

36

What are the two big domestic airspaces in Canada?

Northern and Southern Domestic Airspace

37

The headings of runways in the northern domestic airspace is given in degrees _______

TRUE

38

What altimeter setting is used during cruise in the northern domestic airspace?

29.92 (standard)

39

If there is no atc to give you your squawk number, what should you set it as?

1200 below 12,500

40

What is the usual control zone dimensions, and where are they used?

They are used at airports usually with a cylindrical body, extending from the surface to 3,000’, and a radius of 7NM around the middle of the runway

41

What are terminal control areas supposed to help with?

Arrivals and departures

42

Give the appropriate dimensions of a low level VHF airway, and what airspace it usually is in?

4 NM on each side of the center, starts at roughly 2,200’AGL and is made of class E airspace which extends to 12,500’. A VOR is at both sides, or an NDB at one side and a VOR at the other.

43

What is the main difference between a low frequency airway with a VHF airway?

Has an NDB at both sides

44

What are the:

Type of operations
Entry Proc.
Seperation:
Transponder req:
2 Way radio req:
Radio nova req:

for Class A Airspace?

Type of operations: IFR
Entry Proc: request clearance
Seperation: separated
Transponder req: required
2 Way radio req: required
Radio nova req: Required

45

Where is type Class A Airspace?

southern domestic airspace, 18,000’ to FL600

46

What is the:

Type of operations:
Entry procedures:
VIS, dis fr cld:
SVFR allowance:
Separation:
transponder:
2 way radio:
Radio Nav:
Pos. Reporting

for Class B Airspace?

Type of operations: IFR and Controlled VFR
Entry procedures: Clearance required
VIS, dis fr cld: Must be VMC
SVFR allowance: Available
Separation: Seperation provided
transponder: required
2 way radio: required
Radio Nav: required
Pos. Reporting: Rep over reporting points, or when directed

47

Where is Class B airspace?

VHF airways above 12,500’

and

control zones and termainal control areas

48

What are the speed requirements for class B, C, D, E, and G?

Below 10,000:
Max 250 KIAS

Below 3,000’ AGL and witihin 10NM of controlled airport:
max 200 KIAS

49

What are the:

Type of operations:
Entry procedures
Vis, distance from cld
SVFR allowance:
Conflict res.
traffic info avail:
Seperation:
Transponder:
2 way radio:
radio NAV:

For class C airspace?

Type of operations: IFR and VFR
Entry procedures: Clearance required
Vis, distance from cld: As applicable to controlled air
SVFR allowance: available
Conflict res: provided for VFR when requested
traffic info avail: provided
Seperation: not provided for VFR
Transponder: required
2 way radio: required
radio NAV: not required

50

For Class D airspace What are the:

Type of operations:
Entry Proc:
Vis, distance from clds:
SVFR:
Conflict res:
traffic info
Seperation:
transponder req:
2 way radio req:
Radio NAV:
Pos. reporting:

Type of operations: IFR and VFR
Entry Proc: establish radio contact
Vis, distance from clds: VMC as applicable to controlled air
SVFR: available
Conflict res: provided between VFR and IFR when permitted, and VFR when requested
traffic info: Provided
Seperation: Not provided for VFR
transponder req: required in transponder airspace
2 way radio req: required unless daylight VMC and prior permission
Radio NAV: not required
Pos. reporting: Report when requested

51

Where is Class D airspace?

terminal control areas, and control areas

52

For class E airspace, what are the:

Type of operations:
Entry Proced:
Vis, distance frm clouds:
SVFR:
Conflict res:
Traffic info:
Seperation:
Transponder:
2 way radio:
radio nav:
Pos reporting:

Type of operations: IFR and VFR
Entry Proced: no radio contact necessary
Vis, distance frm clouds: VMC as applicable to controlled airspace
SVFR: available
Conflict res: not available
Traffic info: only provided to VFR when workload permit
Seperation: not provided between VFR
Transponder: required in transponder airspace
2 way radio: not required
radio nav: not required
Pos reporting: report only when requested by FSS

53

For Class G airspace, what are the:

Type of operations:
Entry Proc:
Vis, distance from clds:
SVFR:
Conflict res:
Traffic info:
Seperation:
transponder:
2 way radio:
radio nav:
Pos reporting:

Type of operations: IFR and VFR
Entry Proc: uncontrolled
Vis, distance from clds: VMC as applicable to uncontrolled airspace
SVFR: not available
Conflict res: none
Traffic info: none
Seperation: none
transponder: not required
2 way radio: not required
radio nav: not required
Pos reporting: report on 126.7

54

Where are Class E airspace?

Low level airways
Control area extensions
Transition areas
control zones without towers

55

Where are class G airspace?

Wherever it does not need to be controlled

56

What are the basics of class F airspace?

Special airspace reserved for special things such as aerobatics and flight training

57

How far or high must you be away from a forest fire?

Not within 5 NM or must be over 3,000’ AGL

58

If planning on penetrating the ADIZ, what must one do before the flight?

File a defense flight plan or defense flight itinerary

59

What frequency would you make a call on if you are being intercepted?

121.5

60

How much fuel reserve time do you need to carry on a VFR singe engine propeller driven aircraft during day, and night

Enough to get to your destination and then 30 minutes after during day, and 45 min during night

61

When and for how long can you test your ELT?

During the first 5 Min of every hour, and for less than 5 seconds

62

What is the proper VFR position report format?

IDENTIFICATION/POSITION/TIME/ALTITUDE/VFR OR VFR OTT/DESTINATION

63

What altitude does alititude selection begin?

3,000’ AGL

64

In southern domestic airspace, is true track or magnetic track used in altitude selection?

Magnetic Track

65

From tracks 000 to 179, in VFR flights, what altitudes are you allowed to fly at?

Odd thousands of ft plus 500

(odd people go east)

66

How low may you fly over an aerodrome?

1,000’ above circuit height

67

How low may you fly over a built up area, and the radius around that area?

Not lower than 1,000’ above the highest obstacle within a radius of 2,000'

68

What is the bottle to throttle rule?

You may not fly within 8 hours of consuming alcohol, or while under the influence

69

When must you file a flight plan or flight itinerary?

Anytime the flight desitination is of excess of 25NM, or going from Canada to the USA

70

How long is it until search and rescue starts searching after your last reported ETA?

1 hour

71

How long until search and rescue starts looking for you when concerning flight itineraries?

24 hours

72

What are the three basic requirements for an accident to be considered “reportable"

A person is seriously injured or killed

the aircraft sustains damage or failure which needs to be reported or replaced

the aircraft is missing or inaccessible

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