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Number of drones you can fly simultaneously
The maximum height you can fly AGL or above a taller building within a 400-foot radius.
Fastest you can fly
The lightest drone that must be registered
Heaviest legal drone
Maximum blood alcohol level
How much time should pass after you drink alcohol
The maximum amount of time you can take to file a FAA accident report
The time you need to notify the FAA if you move
The lead time required when requesting a FAA waiver
Time that must pass after a final narcotics conviction
The youngest person that can register a drone
13 years old
How long is the certificate good for?
The twilight time before sunrise or after sunset when you can still fly
The distance your anti-collision lights must be visible from when flying during twilight (also minimum visibility you must have while flying.
3 Statute miles
Minimum number of feet below a cloud you must fly
Minimum number of feet horizontally from a cloud you must fly
The repair cost of accident damage that requires you to report it to the FAA
The "serious injury" AIS level that requires you to report an accident to the FAA
The MULTICOM frequency for self-announce procedures
The distance you should operate from a tower to avoid hitting guys wires
Occurs when the wing exceeds its critical angle of attack
Where would you find the center of gravity (CG) limits of you SUA
Supposed to be defined in the Pilots Operating Handbook or UAS Flight Manual, but those don't exist for drones
Determines when the craft stalls. This doesn't change if the vehicle weight changes
Angle of attack
What increases during any maneuver
What is the answer to any question about who is is responsible
Air crafts always turn ______ when circling a runway.
Drones are supposed to have a ________________________ for repairs. You should find this in the UAS flight manual.
What helps prevent an accident chain?
What are personality types that are not good for flying?
Machismo, impulsivity, invulnerability, resignation, or anti-authority.
What is it called when you manage your "crew" in all phases of the operation?
Crew Resource Management (CRM)
How should you scan for traffic?
Systematically focus on on different segments of the sky for short intervals
What is latitude?
North to South
What is longitude?
East to West
What contains the weather forecast?
What is AWOS used for?
What is CTAF used for?
Pilots to talk to each other when there is no tower.
What is UNICOM used for?
Base station for broadcasting when there is no tower.
What is MULTICOM used for?
MULTICOM is used as the CTAF when there is no CTAF
What is it called when you have warm air on top of cold air. Fog, haze, low clouds, poor visibility, but smooth air.
What is called when you have turbulence and showery precipitation
Moist, Unstable Air
What is it called when you have smooth air, poor visibility, and steady but not showery precipitation.
What is it called when you have intermittent precipitation?
Cool and dry weather produces what kind of air?
Hot and Humid weather produces what kind of air?
What is it when air is thinner, so lift is decrease?
High density altitude
What kind of cloud is a rain cloud?
How would you read 18004KT?
Wind is 180 degrees at 4 knots.
What do you read OVC007?
Sky is overcast at 700 feet.
How would you read 1 1/2SM?
Visibility is 1 1/2 statute miles.
What do Red flags signify?
Mar VFR checkpoints which means more planes might be there.
What are tick marks?
They measure minutes between latitude and longitude degrees.
How long is 1 tick?
how long are bigger ticks?
Charts include what kind of measurement?
You must get ATC authorization for classes?
B, C, and D
What class is most restricted?
What class is least restricted?
Class A is...
Class B is...
Surrounding major airports, 0-10,000 feet (upside down wedding cake).
Class C is...
Surrounding airport with control tower, radar, and over a specific amount of traffic. Usually 5NM radius from 0-4,000feet, and a 10NM from 1,200-4,000 feet.
Class D is...
Surrounding airports with a control tower. 0-2,500 feet, no specific radius, just shaped around flight patterns.
Outside of control tower hours class D airspace is know as..
Class G Airspace
Class E is...
Usually it starts at 1,200 feet and goes up to 18,000 feet.
Class G is...
Uncontrolled airspace (below 1,200).
The most comprehensive information on a given airport is provided by
the Chart Supplements U.S. (formerly Airport Facility Directory).
When operating near an uncontrolled airport, which frequency should the remote-pilot use to monitor air traffic?
According to 14 CFR part 48, when would a small UA owner not be permitted to register it?
The owner is less than 13 years of age
What is the purpose of the rudder on an airplane?
To control yaw
Which factor would tend to increase the density altitude at a given airport?
An increase in ambient temperature
the remote pilot-in-command (PIC) of a small unmanned aircraft planning to operate within Class C airspace
is required to receive ATC authorization
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