While operating in class D airspace, each pilot of an aircraft approaching to land on a runway served by a visual approach slope indicator(VASI) shall
maintain an altitude at or above the glide slope until a lower altitude is necessary for a safe landing (4-33)
When approaching to land on a runway served by a visual slope approach indicator (VASI), the pilot shall
Maintan an altitude at or above the glide slope (4-33)
A slightly high glide slope indication from a prcision approach path indicator is
three white lights and one red light (4-34)
An airport's rotating beacon operated during daylight hours indicates
That weather located at the airport located in class D airspace is below basic VFR weather minimums (4-31)
A military air station can be identified by a rotating beacon that emits
Dual peaked (two quick) white flashes between green flashes (4-32)
(refer to figure 49 on page 4-13) That portion of the runway identified by the letter A may be used for
taxiing and takeoff. (4-24)
(refer to figure 49 on page 4-13) According to the airport diagram, which statement is true?
A- Runway 30 is equipped at position E with emergency arresting gear to provide a means of stopping military aircraft.
B-Takeoffs may be started from position A on runway 12, and the landing portion of this runway begins at position B.
C- The takeoff and landing portion of runway 12 begins at position B.
Refer to figure 49 on page (4-13)
What is the difference between area A and area B on the airport depicted?
"A" may be used for taxi and takeoff, "E" may be used only as overrun. (4-24)
(Refer to figure 49 on page 4-13)
Area C on the airport depicted is classified as a
Closed runway (4-25)
Refer to figure 50)
The arrows that appear on the end of the north /south runway indicate that the area
cannot be used for landing, but may be used for taxiing and takeoff (4-24)
The number 9 and 27 on a runway indicate that the runway is oriented approximately
090 degrees and 270 degrees magnetic (4-17)
(refer to figure 50)
select the proper traffic pattern and runway for landing
Right hand traffic and runway 18 (4-17)
(Refer to figure 50)
Select the proper traffic pattern and runway for landing
Right hand traffic runway 18 (4-20)
If the wind is shown by the landing direction indicator, the pilot should land on
Runway 18 and expect a crosswind from the right (4-20)
The segmented circle indicates that the airport traffic is
left hand for runway 36 and right hand for runway 18 (4-21)
The traffic patterns indicated in the segmented circle have been arranged to avoid flights over the area to the
The segmented circle indicated that a lading on runway 26 will be with a
right quartering headwind (4-21,AIM)
Which runway and traffic pattern should be used as indicated by the wind cone in the segmented circle?
Left hand traffic on runway 36. (4-21,AIM)
When should pilots decline a land and hold short (LAHSO) clearance?
When it will compromise safety.(4-30,AIM)
Where is the "Available Landing Distance" (ALD) data published for an airport that utilizes Land and Hold Short (LAHSO) published?
Special Notices section of the Airport Facility Directory (A/FD). (4-30,AIM)
What is the minimum visability for a puilot to recieve a land and hold short (LAHS0) clearance?
3 Statute miles (AIM)
When approaching taxiway holding lines from the side with continous lines, the pilot
should not cross the lines without ATC clearance. (4-26)
The numbers 8 and 26 on the approach ends of the runway indicate that the runway is oriented approximately
080 and 260 magnetic (4-17)
The reccommended entry position of an airport pattern is
to enter 45 degrees at the midpoint of the downwind leg at traffic altitude. (4-18)
What id the purpose of the runway hold position sign
Denotes entrance to a runway from a taxiway. (4-28)
If a control tower and an FSS are located at the same airport, which function is provided by the FSS during those periods when the tower is closed?
Airport Advisory Service (AIM)