True or False:
A holder of a PPL is able to act as a pilot for hire or reward
False, yet passengers can reimburse you for fuel, oil, and fees associated with flying
401.28 states that you may be reimbursed from an employer for costs incurred while flying under which circumstances?
You're employed on a full-time basis by the employer for purposes other than flying, and you accept reimbursement for flying (employer's business only) when the flying is incidental to the execution ofyour duties
What does 404.03 Requirement to Hold a Medical Certificate state about medical certificates?
No person shall exercise the privileges of a permit, licence or rating unless the person holds a valid medical certificate of a category that is appropriate for that permit, licence or rating
What category of medical certificate do commercial pilot license and airline transport pilot license holders require?
What category of medical certificate do air traffic controllers and flight engineer license holders require?
Category 1 or 2
What category of medical license does a private pilot license holder require?
Category 1 or 3
What category of medical license does a recreational pilot permit holder or student pilot permit holder require?
Category 1, 3, or 4
What is the validity period of a PPL holder's medical certificate?
Under 40 years old - 60 months
40 years old and older - 24 months
What are the 3 possible medical endorsings listed in 404.18 Permission to Continue to Exercise the Privileges of a Permit, License or Rating?
Fit, subject to any restriction
Any area of land, water (including frozen surface) or other supporting surface used, designed, prepared, equipped, or set apart for use (partially or fully) for the arrival, departure, movement or servicing of aircraft and includes any buildings, installations and equipments
What is a registered aerodrome? Are they subject to an ongoing inspection program?
An aerodrome listed in the supplement which is not certifiedas an airport. Registered aerodromes are not subject to an ongoing inspection program
An aerodrome for which an airport certificate is issued, requiring the operator to maintain and operate the site in accordance with applicable Transport Canada standards
What is an aerodrome operator required to do if an aerodrome is permanently closed?
Remove all of the markers and markings installed at the aerodrome. Unservicable movement areas still require red flags or red cones
301.04 Markers and Markings states that if a runway (4,001’+) or part of a runway is closed for more than 24 hours, the operator of the aerodrome shall...
Place white “X”s at each end of the closed runway, and additional closed markings (or part thereof) located at intervals not exceeding 1000’
Where should closed markings be located on a runway 1501' to 4000' in length?
At each end of the closed runway or part thereof and an additional closed marking of the same dimensions shall be located at a point equidistant from the two markings
Where should closed markings be located on a runway up to 1500'?
At each end of the closed runway
What marking should be placed at each end of a closed taxiway?
A yellow "X"
List 4 requirements for a Wind Direction Indicator as stated in 301.06
Conspicuous colour or colours
In the shape of a truncated cone
Visible from an aircraft flying at an altitude of 1,000’ above the wind direction indicator
Iluminated at night
When does a wind direction indicator not need to be installed?
When the wind direction can be determined by factors like smoke movement in the air or wind lines on the water
State how a dry Transport Canada wind direction indicator will react to wind speeds of 6, 10, and 15+ knots
301.07 Lighting states that runways used at night must have parallel lines of fixed white lights that are visible from an aircraft in flight at a distance of at least __ nautical miles
Describe the lighting set up for a runway used at night, including length, number of lights, and the positioning
Describe the lighting setup of a taxiway used at night
Two parallel lines of fixed blue lights or blue retro-reflective markers
The distance between adjacent lightsor markers in each line is not more than 200’
Where two taxiways intersect, two adjacent blue lights are placed at each side of the taxiway
When an aircraft parking area at an aerodrome is used at night, the operator of the aerodrome shall...
Indicate the boundary of the area with fixed blue lights or blue retro-reflective markers, placed at intervals not exceeding 200 feet, or with floodlighting
Describe how to activate type J and type K ARCAL
Type J - key the microphone 5 times in 5 seconds on the appropriate frequency
Type K - activate by keying the microphone 7 times initially on the appropriate frequency, then 3, 5 or 7 times within 5 seconds for low, medium or high intensities respectively
What does 301.08 Prohibitions state that an aircraft must have if it is to be parked in an active maneuvering area at night?
Operating wingtip, tail and anti-collision lights or is illuminated by lanterns suspended from the wingtips, tail and nose of the aircraft
What does 301.08 Prohibitions state that an aircraft must have if it is to be towed in an active maneuvering area at night?
Operating wingtip, tail and anti-collision lights or is illuminated by lights mounted on the towing vehicle and directed at the aircraft
Are unrestrained owned birds or other animals allowed at aerodromes?
No, except for the purpose of controlling other birds or animals at the aerodrome as permitted by the operator
In which three areas of an aerodrome are smoking and open flames prohibited, according to 301.09 Fire Prevention?
On an apron
On an aircraft loading bridge or on a gallery or balcony that is contiguous to or that overhangs an apron
In an area where smoking or the presence of an open flame is likely to create a fire hazard that could endanger persons or property
What is an exception to open flames and sparks listed in 401.09 Fire Prevention?
Maintenance/servicing operations on an apron that involve the use, production, or potential development of an open flame or spark where the operations are conducted in a manner that is not likely to create a fire hazard that could endanger persons or property