Private LessonPlan 4 Airports Airspace EmergenciesHandout1 by O998zF0H


									Lesson 4– Airports, Airspace, Emergencies Handout 1
Note: figures referred to in the questions below are found in the computer testing
supplement which can be downloaded from the website.

 ASA       FAA                  Question                 Answer   topic     source    lesson
  nr      topic
 3137    PLT163     What minimum visibility and            A        R        FAR        4
         PVT        clearance from clouds are                               91.155
                    required for VFR operations in
                    Class G airspace at 700 feet
                    AGL or below during daylight
                    A) 1 mile visibility and clear of
                    B) 1 mile visibility, 500 feet
                    below, 1,000 feet above, and
                    2,000 feet horizontal clearance
                    from clouds.
                    C) 3 miles visibility and clear of
 3138    PLT467     What minimum flight visibility is      B        R        FAR        4
         PVT        required for VFR flight operations                      91.155
                    on an airway below 10,000 feet
                    A) 1 mile.
                    B) 3 miles.
                    C) 4 miles.
 3776    PLT077     (Refer to figure 49.) Area C on        C       AP     AIM 2-3-3     4
         PVT        the airport depicted is classified
                    as a
                    A) stabilized area.
                    B) multiple heliport.
                    C) closed runway.
 3778    PLT141     The numbers 9 and 27 on a              C       AP     AIM 2-3-3     4
         PVT        runway indicate that the runway
                    is oriented approximately
                    A) 009° and 027° true.
                    B) 090° and 270° true.
                    C) 090° and 270° magnetic
3785   PLT393   What action should a pilot take          C   R      PHAK       4
       PVT      when operating under VFR in a                      Chap 14
                Military Operations Area (MOA)?
                A) Obtain a clearance from the
                controlling agency prior to
                entering the MOA.
                B) Operate only on the airways
                that transverse the MOA.
                C) Exercise extreme caution
                when military activity is being
3791   PLT196   Automatic Terminal Information           C   AP   AIM 4-1-13   4
       PVT      Service (ATIS) is the continuous
                broadcast of recorded
                information concerning
                A) pilots of radar-identified
                aircraft whose aircraft is in
                dangerous proximity to terrain or
                to an obstruction.
                B) nonessential information to
                reduce frequency congestion.
                C) non-control information in
                selected high-activity terminal
3804   PLT150   If the aircraft’s radio fails, what is   A   AP   AIM 4-2-13   4
       PVT      the recommended procedure
                when landing at a controlled
                A) Observe the traffic flow, enter
                the pattern, and look for a light
                signal from the tower.
                B) Enter a crosswind leg and
                rock the wings.
                C) Flash the landing lights and
                cycle the landing gear while
                circling the airport.
3812   PLT502   If instructed by ground control to       A   AP   AIM 4-3-18   4
       PVT      taxi to Runway 9, the pilot may
                A) via taxiways and across
                runways to, but not onto, Runway
                B) to the next intersecting runway
                where further clearance is
                C) via taxiways and across
                runways to Runway 9, where an
                immediate takeoff may be made.
3821   PLT402    When may an emergency locator          C   R    AIM 6-2-5    4
       PVT       transmitter (ELT) be tested?
                 A) Anytime.
                 B) At 15 and 45 minutes past the
                 C) During the first 5 minutes after
                 the hour.
3830   PLT509    When departing behind a heavy          B   A      PHAK       4
       PVT       aircraft, the pilot should avoid                 Chap 13
                 wake turbulence by maneuvering
                 the aircraft
                 A) below and downwind from the
                 heavy aircraft.
                 B) above and upwind from the
                 heavy aircraft.
                 C) below and upwind from the
                 heavy aircraft.
3835   PLT194    Which technique should a pilot         A   F    AIM 8-1-6    4
       PVT       use to scan for traffic to the right
                 and left during straight-and-level
                 A) Systematically focus on
                 different segments of the sky for
                 short intervals.
                 B) Concentrate on relative
                 movement detected in the
                 peripheral vision area.
                 C) Continuous sweeping of the
                 windshield from right to left
3951   PLT 140   Who should not participate in the      C   AP   AIM 4-3-11   4
       PVT       Land and Hold Short (LAHSO)
                 A) Recreational pilots only
                 B) Military pilots
                 C) Student pilots

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