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121

What does 602.73 Requirement to file a Flight Plan or Flight Itinerary state about IFR and VFR flights?

All IFR are required to file (with some exceptions)

All VFR aircraft or required to file a flight planoritinerary when beyond 25 NMs from the departure point

All VFR and IFR are required to file a flight plan, in any case, for a trans-boarder flight(in or outside 25 NMs)

122

What do you do if you decide to change your destination, route, or duration mid flight?

Flight plan - get clearance from ATC in controlled airspace

Flight iterinary - inform ATC, FSS or CARS (or responsible person) ASAP in controlled or uncontrolled airspace.

123

How long do VFR aircraft have to close their flight plan and flight itinerary?

Flight plan - 1 hour

Flight itinerary - 24 hours

124

Do IFR aircraft have to close when landing at a destination with an ATC or FSS?

No, unless requested

125

What are the regulations regarding carry on baggage?

Must be stowed in a bin, compartment, rack or other location that is certified in accordance with the aircraft type and restrained to prevent them from shifting during movement of the aircraft

126

How much of a fuel reserve should VFR aircraft have?

Day flights - to destination + a 30 minute reserve

Night flights - to destination + a 45 minute reserve

127

What must passengers be briefed on before take-off, according to 602.89?

Emergency and normal exits

Safety belts, shoulder harnesses and restraint devices

The positioning of seats and the securing of seat backsand chair tables

The stowage of carry-on baggage

Any prohibition against smoking

Life preservers, individual flotation devices or personal flotation devices

First aid kits and survival equipment

ELT

Life raft

128

As stated in 602.96, before operating an aircraft at an aerodrome, what must the pilot be sure of?

No potential of collision with another aircraft or vehicle

Aerodrome is suitable for the intended operation

129

Unless otherwise directed, which direction should aircraft turn while in the aerorome traffic circuit?

Left

130

How should an aircraft land and takeoff relative to the wind?

Into the wind

131

What are two exceptions to not being able to fly less than 2000' AGL over an aerodrome?

For the purpose of landing/takeoff

Unless directed/authorized by ATC

132

Describe MF reporting procedures

133

What should an aircraft operating within a MF area be equipped with? What should the PIC be doing?

Must be equipped with proper radio communication equipment

PIC should maintain a listening watch at the specified frequency

134

The PIC of a NORDO VFR aircraft may operate to/from an U/C aerodrome within a MF area if:

ground station is in operation at the A/D

Prior noticegiven to ground station of intention to operate at A/D

When conducting T/O, PIC confirms visuallly that no danger of collision with other traffic exists

when approaching to land, the A/C enters the A/D traffic circuit so as to complete two sides of the circuit before turning onto final approach

 

135

Describe how a NORDO aircraft can enter a MF area

136

Why is it is essential that you’re aware of other traffic and exchange information when approaching (or departing) an uncontrolled aerodrome?

Some aircraft may not have communicatons capability

137

How can information be exchanged with an FSS, CARS, UNICOM, or vehicle operators?

By directed transmissions or with other aircraft by broadcast transmissions

138

What is ATF? What is it normally designated for?

Aerodrome Traffic Frequency - all radio equipped aircraft in area are on the same frequency

Normally designated for active uncontrolled aerodromes that do not meet MF criteria

139

Describe reporting in an ATF area

140

Describe the size of an zone designated as MF or ATF

Circle with a 5NM radius capped at 3000 feet AAE

141

At what altitude should you cross over an aerodrome prior to joining the circuit?

at least 500 feet above ciruit altitude

142

What should you report when flying continious circuits? When can you initiate the turn?

You can initiate the turn at 500’ after take-off

Report entering downwind

Report established on final

Report clear of the active runway after the final landing.

143

In MF/ATF zones, what should you report when taxiing on maneuvering areas?

Report intentions and maintain a listening watch prior to entering the manoeuvring area

144

In non MF/ATF aerodromes, at what frequency should position reporting be made?

123.2MHz

145

At non-MF aerodromes (or when MF procedures are not invoked), what should you be on the lookout for?

NORDO traffic may also be established in or be entering the circuit without other traffic or the ground station being aware

If the aerodrome is equipped with an IFR approach, IFR arrivals may also be landing via straight-in or circling procedures

146

Describe the VFR weather minima as outlined in 602.114

147

605.03 Flight Authority (C of A) states that no person shall operate an aircraft in flight unless:

The C of A is in effect

The aircraft is operated in accordance with the conditions set out in C of A

The C of A is carried on boardthe aircraft

148

What does 605.04 Availability of Aircraft Flight Manual state?

The A/C flight manual must be on board and availableto the flight crew members at their duty stations

149

What does 605.08 Unserviceable and Removed Equipment - General state about taking off in an aircraft with unservicable equipment?

No person shall conduct a take-off in an aircraft that has equipment that is not serviceable or from which equipment has been removed if, in the opinion of the pilot-in-command, aviation safety is affected

150

What equipment must power-driven aircraft for the purpose of DVFR flight have?

Altimeter, airspeed indicator, magnetic compass, tachometer, oil pressure indicator, oil temperature indicator, fuel quantity gauge, 2-way radio communication system

manifold pressure gauge, coolant temperature indicator, landing gear indicator, radio navigation equipment