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AVSC 1240 Quiz #5
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Preferred IFR routes beginning with a fix indicate that departing aircraft will normally be routed to the fix by . . .
An instrument departure procedure (DP) or radar vectors.
On the run-up pad, you receive the following clearance from ground control:
"CLEARED TO THE DALLAS LOVE AIRPORT AS FILED - MAINTAIN SIX THOUSAND - SQUAWK ZERO SEVEN ZERO FOUR JUST BEFORE DEPARTURE - DEPARTURE CONTROL WILL BE ONE TWO FOUR POINT NINER."
An abbreviated clearance, such as this, will always contain the . . .
Destination airport and route
What is the significance of an ATC clearance which reads ". . . CRUISE SIX THOUSAND . . ." ?
Climbs and descents may be made to, or descents from, 6,000 feet at the pilot's discretion.
With regard to climb gradient standards established by TERPS and unless otherwise specified is
200 feet per nautical mile (FPNM)
With a ground speed of 110 knots and climb gradient of 315 FPNM, your aircraft would be required to climb at what minimum rate to safely depart the airport and avoid potential obstacles in your departure path?
Reported visibility information should be considered in the following order of significance or importance:
Prevailing Visibility, Runway Visibility Value, Runway Visual Range
With regard to route, what will be expected by ATC if communications with you are lost during an IFR flight? (Hint: "AVEF")
ATC would expect you to either fly the assigned route, the expected route, or the route you filed. If you are being vectored to an airway or fix you should proceed to the fix you were being vectored to by ATC. This information comes from 14 CFR 91.185. (Assigned, Vectored, Expected, Filed)
With regard to altitude, what will be expected by ATC if communications with you are lost during an IFR flight? (Hint: "MEA")
You are expected to fly the highest of three different altitude choices which are either the minimum IFR altitudes (MEA, MOCA, etc.), the altitude ATC told you to expect, or the altitude assigned by ATC. The information can be found in 14 CFR 91.185. (MEA, Expected, Assigned)
ATC may assign the MOCA when certain special conditions exist, and when within
22 NM of a VOR
What obstacle clearance and navigation signal coverage is a pilot assured with Minimum Sector Altitudes depicted on the IAP charts?
1,000 feet within a 25 NM radius of the navigation facility but not acceptable navigation signal coverage.
Which aeronautical chart depicts Military Training Routes (MTR's) above 1,500 feet?
IFR Low Altitude En Route Chart
While being vectored, if crossing the ILS final approach course becomes imminent and an approach clearance has not been issued, what action should be taken by the pilot?
Maintain the last assigned heading and query ATC.
Assume this clearance is received:
"CLEARED FOR THE ILS RUNWAY 07 LEFT APPROACH, SIDE-STEP TO RUNWAY 07 RIGHT."
When would the pilot be expected to commence the side-step maneuver?
As soon as possible after the runway environment is in sight.
If an early missed approach is initiated before reaching the MAP, the following procedure should be used unless otherwise cleared by ATC.
Proceed to the MAP at or above the MDA or DH before executing a turning maneuver.
ATC has approved your request for VFR-on-top while on an IFR clearance. Therefore, you . . .
Must fly appropriate VFR Altitudes.
You may cancel an IFR flight plan . . .
If in VMC and outside class A airspace.
(Refer to Figure #1) You're in a Cessna 182 and ten miles from KCRP. ATC says "Cessna 344TB, proceed direct to the CRP VOR, cleared for the ILS 13 approach." What outbound radial will you fly at CRP?
(Refer to Figure #1) You fly the approach down to minimums using the autopilot (a coupled approach). If you are flying at Category B speeds, what minimums do you choose?
246/18 (The "notes" section above the frequencies indicate lower minimums if using a "Flight Director or Auto-pilot or Head-up Display to Decision Altitude.")
Which substitution is appropriate during an ILS approach?
LOC minimums should be substituted for ILS minimums whenever glide slope becomes inoperative.
If a pilot loses visual reference while circling to land from an instrument approach and ATC radar service is not available, the missed approach action should be to . . .
Make a climbing turn toward the landing runway and continue the turn until established on the missed approach course.
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