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1 Q: What pressure is defined as QFE?
The pressure reduced to sea level
The pressure reduced to sea level using actual temperatures
The pressure of the altimeter
The pressure at field elevation
2 Q: Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: ""Yes"":
3 Q: What pressure setting should you use to set the altimeter below the Transition Altitude in controlled airspace?
4 Q: What does the instruction ""Vacate left"" mean ?
Give way to aircraft from the left
Clear the runway immediately
Hold position on the left side of the runway
Turn left to leave the runway
5 Q: Which one of the following METAR reports could be, in accordance with the regulations, abbreviated to CAVOK?
27019G37KT 9999 BKN050 18/14 Q1016 NOSIG=
34004KT 7000 MIFG SCT260 09/08 Q1029 BECMG 1600=
26012KT 8000 SHRA BKN025 16/12 Q1018 NOSIG=
00000KT 0100 FG VV001 11/11 Q1025 BECMG 0500=
6 Q: VLE is the maximum:
speed at which spoilers can be operated
speed with landing gear down
speed with flaps full extended
speed at which the landing gear can be operated
7 Q: When you extend the flaps what happens to the stall speed of your aircraft?
It remains the same
It only increases when the flap setting is more than 45%
8 Q: The transition from flight level to altitude is done:
at transition altitude during descent
at transition altitude during climb
at transition level during descent
at transition level during climb
9 Q: Given the following METAR: UUOO 302055Z 12004MPS 5000 -SHSN FEW049 OVC080 M27/M30 Q1008 TEMPO 3000 +SN. Which is the expected outside temperature at the airport?
10 Q: What is called Upwind ?
Winds above FL 200
A part of an aerodrome traffic circuit
Head wind during take-off
Turbulent Winds created behind heavy aircraft
11 Q: Give name and frequency of the non directional beacon at Block Island
Block Island, freq 216
AWOS-3, freq 134.775
Sandy Point, freq 117.8
Westerly, freq 264
12 Q: Which of the following abbreviated call signs of aircraft EC-ROH is correct:
13 Q: What is a Control Zone (CTR)?
A controlled airspace extending upwards from the surface of the earth to a specified upper limit
A part of an airspace around an airfield
An airspace for local traffic
A local zone of airspace with specific dimensions
14 Q: What is the full flap operating range on the airspeed indicator below?
the green arc
the white arc
40 mph to 75 mph
75 mph to 140 mph
15 Q: You are on final approach and see the VASI like on the image below. What will be your action(s)?
Decrease speed by pulling the yoke
Pitch up and decrease power until the slope is reached
Pitch down and reduce power until the slope is reached
Pitch down and increase power until the slope is reached
16 Q: You are on final approach and see the VASI like on the image below. What will be your actions?
Pull up, red light means too low
Pull down, white light means too high
Maintain descent rate
Increase power to reduce sink rate until back on the slope
17 Q: What is the Transition layer?
The layer between ground and 3000 fts AMSL
The layer between ground level and transition altitude
The layer between transition altitude and transition level
The layer between ground level and transition level
18 Q: What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station indicating aerodrome control service:
19 Q: You see an aircraft directly ahead, coming towards you at the same altitude. What would you do?
Avoid it by the left
Climb while other descends
Avoid it by the right
Descend while other climbs
20 Q: In the ATS flight plan Item 15 (Cruising speed), when not expressed as a Mach number, cruising speed is expressed as:
Indicated air speed
Calibrated air speed
True air speed