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Flight Review Prep


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Things PIC must have in his possession
1. Valid Pilot Certificate
2. Photo Identification
3. Current Medical Certificate
Preflight Items to Know
W - Weather
K - Known ATC delays
R - Runway lengths
A - Alternates
F - Fuel
T - Traffic delays
Required equipment for VFR day flight
A - Anti-collision Light
G - Gas gauge
O - Oil temp gauge
O - Oil pressure gauge
S - Seat belt

A - Airspeed indicator
C - Compass
A - Altimeter
T - Tachometer

M - Manifold pressure
T - ????
Additional equipment required for VFR night flight
Landing Light
Anticollision Lights
Position Lights
Source of Electrical Power
Term for the broadest classification of aircraft (e.g., airpline, glider)
Term for the classification of aircraft within a Category having similar operating characteristics (e.g., single-engine land)
Term for a specific make and basic model of aircraft (e.g., B737, C172)
Takeoff and landing requirement for a pilot to carry passengers
3 take offs and landings withing 90 days
Definition of night for landing currency purposes
beginning 1 hour after sunset and ending 1 hour before sunrise
Requirement to carry passengers at night
3 take offs and 3 landings to a full stop within the preceding 90 days
Type of medical required for a private pilot
3rd class, valid for 5 years if under 40, 2 years thereafter
Documents required to be on board aircraft prior to flight
A - Airworthiness certificate
R - Registration certificate
O - Operating handbook
W - Weight and balance data
How long does an airworthiness certificate remain valid?
As long as the aircraft receives the required maintenance and is properly registered in the US
How often is a maintenance inspection of the aircraft required?
Annually, unless flown for hire, then 100 hour
What is the difference in a 100 hour inspection and an annual inspection
Only who is allowed to perform the inspection. Only an A&P mechanic with an Inspection Authorization may perform an 100 hour inspection, but any A&P mechanic may perform an Annual.
How often is an ELT inspection required?
12 calendar months
How often is a transponder inspection required?
24 calendar months
Low pressure systems turn
High pressure systems turn
An elongated area of relatively low atmospheric pressure
An enlongated area of relatively high atmospheric pressure
Standard temperature and pressure values for sea level
15 degrees and 29.92" Hg
Standard temerature change per 1,000'
2 degrees Celsius
Conditions necessary for structural icing
Visible moisture and freezing temperatures
3 main types of icing
Clear, rime and mixed
What should you do if icing is encountered
Change course and/or altitude; usually climb to a higher altitude if possible
Factors required for a thunderstorm to form
Source of lift (e.g., heating or fast moving front), unstable air, high moisture content
FSS briefing types
Standard, Abbreviated, Outlook, Inflight
En route Flight Advisory Services (EFAS) provides communications capabilities for aircraft flying at _____' to _____' MSL on a common frequency of ____ MHz.
5,000' to 17,500; on 122.0 MHz
En route Flight Advisory Services (EFAS) is also known as
Flight Watch
TAFs are valid for ____ SMs from the center of the airport complex
An Area Forecast (FA) is regional and provides what
1. Synopsis
2. Clouds and weather
3. 12 to 18 hour categorical outlook (e.g., VFR, IFR)
Duration of Convective SIGMETs
2 hours
Duratoin of non-convective SIGMETs
4 hours
Non-convective SIGMETs cover:
Dust storms or sand storms
Volcanic ash
AIRMETs are issues every
6 hours and updated as necessary
What are the 3 types of AIRMETs
Sierra - IFR conditions and/or mountain obscurations
Tango - moderate turbulence, sustained surface winds of 30 knots or more, or non-convective low level wind shear
Zulu - moderate icing
Winds Aloft and Temperature Aloft forecasts are updated
4 times a day
What valuable information can be determined from a Winds and Temperature Aloft forecast?
Most favorable altitude
Areas of possible icing
Temperature inversions
Turbulence (caused by abrupt changes in wind direction and speed at different altitudes)
This is a computer-prepared chart that covers the contiguous 48 states and adjacent areas and is transmitted every 3 hours
Surface Analysis Chart
This computer generated chart is derived from METAR reports and is an ideal place to begin in preparing for a weather briefing and flight planning
Weather Depiction Chart
What are the different operations categories for aircraft
Normal: +3.8g to -1.52g
Utility: +4.4g to -1.76g
Aerobatic: +6g to -3g
As load factor increases, stall speed
Each aircraft has a specific angle of attach at which it will stall. What is the range of the angles?
16 degrees to 20 degrees
What causes an aircraft to spin?
Exceeding the critical angle of attack while applying excessive or insufficient rudder, and to a lessor extent, aileron
Steps to recover from a spin
Close the throttle
Neutralize the aileron
Apply full opposite rudder
Briskly move the elevator control forward to approximately the neutral position
________ altitude is pressure altitude corrected for non-standard temperature
Density altitude
What factors affect air density?
Altitude, Temperature, Humidity
___________ altitude is the altitude indicated when the altimeter setting window is set to 29.92"
Pressure altitude
What instruments rely on the pitot/static system
Vertical Speed Indicator
Airspeed Indicator
The speed of the airplane in relation to the air mass in which it is flying
True Airspeed
What instruments contain gyroscopes
Attitude indicator
Turn coordinator
Heading indicator
Standard rate turns turn at _____ degrees per second
3 degrees per second
If you get lost and cannot figure out where you are, you should:
Required time to fly after consuming alcohol
8 hours
Maximum allowable alcohol level
.04% is unallowable
Order of right of way by aircraft category
BGAAR - "Big R"
Fuel requirement for VFR flight during the day
To destination + 30 minutes
Fuel requirement for VFR flight at night
To destination + 45 minutes
The East/West direction rule kicks into effect at what altitude and is based on (true/magnetic) course
3,000' AGL; magnetic course
Above what altitude is the crew absolutely required to be on supplemental oxygen?
Above what altitude are passengers absolutely required to be provided supplemental oxygen?
How long can crew fly between 12,500' and 14,000' without supplemental oxygen?
30 minutes