Radio & Air Law Quiz
There are 15 questions to help review some of the material from the Radio & Air Law unit. You will have 30 min to complete this quiz. Good Luck!
What does VFR & IFR stand for?
Visual Flight Rules & Instrument Flight Rules
Verbal Feedback Record & Instantaneous Free Radio
Visual Face Recognition & Information on Flight Rules
Very Fun Ride & Incredible Fun Ride
An urgency signal is preceded by the word ______ and is repeated _________.
MAYDAY, continuously for 10 seconds
SECURITY, three times
MAYDAY, three times
PAN PAN, three times
The word _______ means: “Okay, I have received your message”.
The first transmission of the distress call should be on:
The air-to-ground frequency in use at the time
Any VHF frequency
Cloud heights in Canadian Aerodrome Forecasts (TAF) are given in:
The effects of one drink of alcohol at sea level will:
Remain constant to 6,000 feet ASL
Decrease with an increase in altitude
Remain the same with an increase in altitude
Increase with an increase in altitude
The minimum flight visibility for VFR flight in a control area is:
When two aircraft are converging at approximately the same altitude, the aircraft that has the other on its right shall give way except that:
Aeroplanes shall give way to rotary wing aircraft
Helicopters shall give way to aeroplanes
Giders shall give way to aeroplanes
Power-driven heavier-than-air aircraft shall give way to airships, gliders and balloons
Unless otherwise specified, a control zone is:
The same as a control area
Controlled airspace along airways above 2,200 feet ASL
Controlled airspace around an aerodrome that extends vertically from the surface to 3,000 feet AGL
Always Class D airspace
What are the characteristics of anti-collision lights?
Red or White
Both A and C
Which of the following are correctly paired light signals – while in air?
White – clear the airport
Green flashing – cleared for take off
Red flashing – unsafe, do not land
Green steady – stop
What altitude does Class A extend to?
FL180 to FL600
FL150 to FL500
12,500ft to 45,000ft
15,000 ft to 60,000 ft
When is a flight plan or itinerary required?
When a pilot is a student. Senior pilots do not need to file a flight plan or itinerary.
When an aircraft lands on airport that is different from the one it took off
When a flight proceeds beyond 20 NM from the departure airport
When a flight proceeds beyond 25 NM from the departure airport
Select the three main sections of a circuit:
When the windsock is horizontal, what is the minimum wind strength?
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