Can you as a a private pilot, fly for compensation or hire under certain circumstances?
(T or F) Completing one or more phases of the FAA-sponsored Wings Program satisfies the flight review requirement.
List the aircraft documents that must be on board the aircraft.
Radio Station License (for outside US)
Weight and Balance Information
A third class medical certificate is good for ____ calendar months.
24 or 36 depending on age
(T or F) As a private pilot, you must carry your logbook with you at all times.
(T or F) Without a Minimum Equipment List (MEL) there is no way you can fly an aircraft if an instrument or piece of equipment fails.
(T or F) You, as the pilot in command, are responsible for the final determination of the aircraft's overall airworthiness.
How many questions must you ask yourself to determine if an aircraft with an inoperative component is airworthy?
Is the instrument required by the VFR-day type certificate requirements prescribed in the airworthiness certification regulations?
Is the equipment required by the aircraft's equipment list or the kinds of operations equipment list?
Is the equipment required by FAA regulations?
Is this equipment required by an airworthiness directive?
All aircraft must go through a(n) ____ inspection to remain airworthy.
A close temperature/dewpoint spread typically indicates the formation of ______ is imminent.
You will always experience a change in ______ direction when a front passes.
List the three conditions necessary for a thunderstorm to develop.
Unstable air, high moisture content, and a lifting action
The most severe types of thunderstorms are associated with a ______ _______.
(T or F) If turbulence is encountered you should maintain a level flight attitude and not worry about increases or decreases in altitude.
(T or F) Frost on a wing is hazardous because it disrupts the smooth flow of air and causes early airflow separation with resulting loss of lift.
Match the following abbreviations with the appropriate meanings.
- (minus sign)
Broken Sky Cover
Scattered Sky Cover
The frequency for contacting Flight Watch is ______.
The availability of services at an airport is indicated by ________ _______ extended from the airport symbol.
A heavy line surrounding a navaid box indicates
A. the airport is in Class B Airspace
B. TWEB, AWOS, or HIWAS is available at the navaid.
C. No voice on the frequency
D. A flight service station
D A Flight Service Station
A visual checkpoint used to identify your position when calling ATC is indicated on sectional charts by a magenta-colored ______.
How long would it take you to travel n.m. at a speed of knots?
Given the following information determine your true heading and groundspeed.
Wind Direction 330 degrees
Wind Speed 40 kts.
True Course 180 degrees
True Airspeed 167 kts.
True Heading 187 degrees
Ground Speed 200 kts.
Isogonic lines printed on sectional charts show ______ _______.
The required fuel for a VFR cross-country conducted at night includes enough fuel to reach the first point of intended landing and to fly thereafter for an additional _______.
(T or F) The floor of Class E airspace can extend to the surface.
The normal radius of the outer area of Class C airspace extends out to ______ nautical miles.
(T or F) The upper limit of Class C airspace is typically 4,000 ft. above the primary airport elevation.
With a special VFR clearance, you must maintain a visibility of ____ mile(s) and remain clear of clouds.
As an aircraft weight increases, the airspeed required for liftoff ______.
What item is not included in the basic empty weight of the aircraft?
A. Usable Fuel
B. Full Engine Oil
C. Standard Equipment
D. Optional Equipment
A. Usable Fuel
Useful load include payload plus _____ fuel.
The ailerons, elevator, and rudder control movement around the _______, ________, and ______, axes respectively.
Longitudinal, Lateral, Vertical
The explosive burning or the fuel/air mixture is known as ________.
Typically, the formation of carburetor ice is indicated by a(n) __________ (increase/decrease) in r.p.m.
The color of 100LL fuel is ______.
The three instruments that are connect to the pitot-static system include the ________, ________, and _______.
Airspeed Indicator, Altimeter, Vertical Speed Indicator
VA represents _______ speed.
A standard-rate turn changes the aircraft's heading at a rate of ________ per second.
If you suspect that you are hypoxic, you should _______ immediately.
Hyperventilation decreases the amount of _______ in your blood.
(T or F) If you are planning to fly an aircraft and are congested due to a cold, take a decongestant prior to taking off to avoid ear block and sinus problems.
(T or F) Experienced pilots are not susceptible to spacial disorientation.