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Airspace and Weather Minimums

41 )    An airports rotating beacon operated during daylight hours often indicates

a)    there are obstructions on the airport.

b)    the ground visibility is less than 3 miles and/or the ceiling is less than 1,000 feet.

c)    the Air Traffic Control tower is not in operation.

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

42)    Sport pilot minimum flight visibility for Class E airspace less than 10,000 feet MSL is

a)    2,000 feet horizontally

b)    3 statute miles

c)    3 nautical miles

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

43)    The vertical limit of Class C airspace above the primary airport is normally

a)    1,200 feet AGL

b)    3,000 feet AGL

c)    4,000 feet AGL

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

44)    The normal radius of the outer area of Class C airspace is

a)    5 nm

b)    15 nm

c)    20 nm

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

45)    A blue segmented circle on a Sectional Chart depicts which class airspace?

a)    Class B

b)    Class C

c)    Class D

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

46)    Airspace at an airport with a part-time control tower is classified as Class D airspace only

a)    when the prevailing visibility is below 3 statute miles.

b)    when the associated control tower is in operation.

c)    when the associated Flight Service Station is in operation.

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

47)    One of the purposes for issuing a Temporary Flight restriction (TFR) is to

a)    announce parachute jump areas

b)    protect public figures

c)    identify Airport Advisory Areas

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

48)    Who is responsible for collision avoidance in a Military Operations Area?

a)    Each Pilot

b)    ATC Controllers

c)    Military Controllers

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

49)    Outside controlled airspace the minimum flight visibility requirements for a sport pilot flying VFR above 1200' AGL and below 10,000' MSL during daylight hours is

a)    1 sm

b)    3 sm

c)    5 sm

 

Airspace and Weather Minimums

50)    During operations within Class E airspace at altitudes of less than 1,200' AGL the minimum horizontal distance from clouds requirement for VFR flight is

a)    500'

b)    1,000'

c)    2,000'

 

 

Time

51)    What is the new term being used for Greenwich Mean Time GMT?

a)    Eastern Standard Time

b)    Greenwich Time

c)    Coordinated Universal Time UTC

 

Time Conversion

52)    To convert UTC to Eastern Standard Time you would

a)    add 5 hrs

b)    subtract 5 hrs

c)    subtract 6 hrs

 

Time Conversion

53)    To convert UTC to Eastern Daylight Time you would

a)    add 4 hrs

b)    subtract 4 hrs

c)    subtract 5 hrs

 

Time Conversion

54)    To convert UTC to Central Standard Time you would

a)    add 7 hrs

b)    subtract 7 hrs

c)    subtract 6 hrs

 

Time Conversion

55)    To convert UTC to Central Daylight Time you would

a)    add 5 hrs

b)    subtract 5 hrs

c)    subtract 6 hrs

 

Time Conversion

56)    To convert UTC to Mountain Standard Time you would

a)    subtract 7 hrs

b)    subtract 6 hrs

c)    add 6 hrs

 

Time Conversion

57)    To convert UTC to Mountain Daylight Time you would

a)    add 7 hrs

b)    subtract 7 hrs

c)    subtract 6 hrs

 

Time Conversion

58)    To convert UTC to Pacific Standard Time you would

a)    add 8 hrs

b)    subtract 8 hrs

c)    subtract 7 hrs

 

Time Conversion

59)    To convert UTC to Pacific Daylight Time you would

a)    subtract 7 hrs

b)    subtract 8 hrs

c)    add 8 hrs

 

Time Conversion

60)    Converting 11:00 UTC to Central Daylight Time it would be

a)    05:00 CDT

b)    06:00 CDT

c)    07:00 CDT

 

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