Air Law 2


  1.   You are doing a round trip to an airport 26 miles from home base. Rather than file, open, and close a flight plan, you decide to open a _________ with _________. The deadline for closing the __________ is _________.
    1.  Flight Itinerary, your mother, Flight Itinerary, 24 hours
    2.  Extended Flight Plan, your mother, Flight Itinerary, 48 hours
    3.  Extended Flight Plan, the RCMP, Extended Flight Plan, 76 hours
    4.  Flight Itinerary, your friend, Flight Itinerary, 1 hour

2.    The method/standard by with aircraft are separated vertically is:

a) Absolute altitude

b )GPS altitude

c) Radar altitude

d) Barometric altimetry

3.   The standard for relating cruising altitudes to direction of flight is by _______ track in the _________ , and by ________ track in the _________ .

a) True, Arctic Control Area, Magnetic, Northern Domestic Airspace

b) True, Northern Domestic Airspace, Magnetic, Southern Domestic Airspace

c) Magnetic, Northern Domestic Airspace, True, Southern Domestic Airspace

d) Magnetic, Arctic Control Area, True, Northern Domestic Airspace

4.    In addition to the equipment required for VFR flight, to enter Class B, C, or D airspace an airplane must have:

a) GPS and transponder

b )VHF radio and GPS

c) ADF, VOR, and DME

d) VHF radio and transponder

5.    In a normal aerodrome circuit all turns are to the ________ , and the legs after takeoff, in order, are called ______ , _______ , ________ , and _________ .

a) Right, upwind, downwind, crosswind, final

b) Right, crosswind, downwind, final, base

c) Left, crosswind, downwind, final, upwind

d) Left, crosswind, downwind, base, final

6.    The transponder can squawk 4096 discrete codes: four numbers from 0 to 7. If one of these code is not assigned, you would set the VFR code, ________ ; if you had a communications (radio) failure you would signal that by squawking ________ .

a) 1000, 7600

b) 1200, 7600

c) 1200, 7500

d) 1200, 7700