OAC Annual Review Written Test
Name: _________________________________ Date: ______________
Certificate #: ___________________________ Medical Expiration Date: _________
1. Define angle of attack.
2(a). Define- and give the numerical value for- each of the following speeds for your checkride aircraft:
2(b). Which of those speeds depend upon the aircraft’s current weight?
2(c). Which of those speeds depend on the density altitude?
3. What is the airplane’s best glide speed? When is it used? Does it depend on the current weight? If so,
4(a). List the procedures to respond to an engine failure during cruising flight.
4(b). List the procedures to respond to an engine failure right after takeoff.
5. Name two common methods to maintain the aircraft tracking on the runway centerline during a final
approach to landing. Describe advantages of each.
6. Which of the panel instruments employ the static system?
7. Which of the panel instruments employ any type of gyroscope?
8. If a glider is converging with an airplane, which has the right of way? What section of the AIM addresses
9. What is the minimum amount of time a pilot is required to wait to fly after the consumption of alcohol?
10. What are the “basic” VFR weather minimums (“E”, below 10,000 ft)? What section of the AIM
11. What are wing-tip vortices (wake turbulence)? With which generating aircraft configurations are they
greatest? Describe proper avoidance procedures.
12. When an aircraft is approaching another head-on, each pilot should alter his course to the _________.
13. The ___________ of two airplanes on final approach to the same runway has the right of way.
14. What must a pilot do before entering class D airspace?
15. What are the daytime and nighttime VFR fuel requirements? What part of the FAR addresses these rules?
16. Why are some airports on the sectional chart colored blue and some magenta?
17. What are the ground roll and the total distance over a 50-ft. obstacle for your airplane today at ORL with
the current weight & balance and weather conditions?
18. Same as above, except taking off from Aspen, CO (field elevation approx. 7800 ft MSL) on a warm day
(~90 degrees F).
19. Define TFR, MOA, and Restricted areas.
20. What type of weather is often associated with a fast-moving cold front? Why?
The following are to be addresses if you hold an instrument rating:
21. List the proper procedures to be followed in the event of Two-Way-Radio communications failure during
IFR. List the applicable AIM paragraphs.
22. Explain the Transponder Operation during Two-Way communications failure.
23. What other means may ATC utilize in an attempt to establish contact with you when there is loss of Two-
Way Radio contact in Instrument Conditions?
24. In the event the static-pressure port/ports become blocked what instruments are effected and describe the
effect on each.
25. In the event the Pitot tube becomes blocked what instruments are effected and describe the effect on each.
26. What weather minimums dictate that an alternate airport is required? What are the weather requirements
for the alternate? What is the total fuel requirement?
27. Define the following Weather Categorical Outlook terms: VFR, MVFR, IFR, LIFR.
28. What are FDC NOTAMS? What do they address? Where do you get them?
Flight Instructor: ____________________________