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1

With respect to airspace classification requirements, which of the following correctly describes the minimum equipment required for a private flight under VFR into Class E airspace below FL100?

Nothing

2

An important document concerning Take-off, Climb and Landing performance, printed on pink paper, is an example of:

an aeronautical information circular (AIC)

3

Pilots practising instrument approaches in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) must:

inform Air Traffic Control of their intentions and carry a 'competent observer'.

4

With reference to search and rescue (SAR) operations, the letter 'V' laid out on the ground by survivors means:

Require assistance.

5

After completing your PPL (A) you wish to gain a multi-engine piston landplane rating. How many hours of Pilot in Command experience must you have before commencing training?

70 hours

6

You are setting your altimeter at an aerodrome, where the elevation is 75 ft. The QNH you have been given is 1017 hectopascals. What would you expect the aerodrome QFE to be?

1015

7

Special VFR is a concession that:

facilitates flights that would otherwise be restricted due to weather and is at the discretion of the appropriate ATC unit.

8

A weight schedule, prepared as part of a previous Certificate of Airworthiness has now been superceded by a new weight schedule. For how long must this old schedule be kept?

6 months

9

How far out is long final?

between 4 to 8 miles from runway threshold.

10

A white dumb-bell displayed on the signals square indicates that:

aircraft movement confined to hard surfaces.

11

In the absence of any special exemption, which of the following correctly describes the minimum equipment required for a private flight under VFR into Class D airspace below FL 100?

VHF-COM

12

What is the width of a MATZ 'stub'?

4nm

13

An aircraft flying inside a control zone at night is required to operate under:

IFR unless it is flying on a SVFR flight

14

According to the Rules of the Air, an anti-collision light fitted to an aircraft means:

A flashing red or white light.

15

Pilots practising instrument approaches in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) must:

inform Air Traffic Control of their intentions and carry a 'competent observer'

16

Subject to certain requirements and restrictions, the holder of a PPL(A) licence is able to engage in aerial work as pilot in command in the UK. Which of the following activities may be undertaken?

glider towing and the dropping of parachutists

17

Entries in a personal flying logbook must be made in:

ink or indelible pencil.

18

What is the width of a MATZ 'stub'?

4nm

19

You see a red navigation light out to your right whilst flying at night, on a constant relative bearing. Which of the following is correct?

There is risk of collision

20

Effective 15th March 2007, Class C airspace is designated in the UK:

above FL195

21

According to the Chicago Convention, contracting State authorities have the right to search the aircraft of another State:

without unreasonable delay

22

You are planning to fly into a high altitude aerodrome, where it is normal practice to use QNH for the circuit and approach. Why might this be?

You are planning to fly into a high altitude aerodrome, where it is normal practice to use QNH for the circuit and approach. Why might this be?
Altermeter cannot display

23

The Regional Pressure Setting is the:

lowest forecast QNH for any aerodrome within that region.

24

Special VFR is a concession that:

facilitates flights that would otherwise be restricted due to weather and is at the discretion of the appropriate ATC unit.

25

The QFE for the aerodrome is currently 1010 hectopascals. The QNH you have been given is 1013 hectopascals. Approximately what would you expect the aerodrome elevation to be?

90ft

26

In level flight above the transition altitude (usually 3000ft), what altimeter setting should be used by pilots flying IFR?

1013HPa

27

When overtaking another aircraft in flight, you should:

pass to the right of the other aircraft.

28

From 8th April 2012, what sort of medical are EASA private pilots required to have?

A Class 2 medical under Part-MED

29

Air Traffic Controllers may close a licensed aerodrome in certain conditions. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

ATC may close the aerodrome if, in their opinion, weather conditions have significantly deteriorated.

30

What are the vertical dimensions of a MATZ stub?

From 1000 ft to 3000 ft above aerodrome level.