Flight operations quiz: Autumn 2024

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  1. If the radio fails in Class C, you must:
    1. select 7600 on the transponder, continue to broadcast and remain in VMC and land at the most suitable aerodrome
    2. select 7700 on the transponder, continue to broadcast and remain in VMC and land at the most suitable aerodrome
    3. select 7600 on the transponder, continue to broadcast and remain in VMC and track clear of airspace
    4. select 7700 on the transponder, continue to broadcast and remain in VMC and track clear of airspace
  2. A flashing green light shown to an aircraft in flight means:
    1. track clear of Class C airspace
    2. clear to land
    3. continue circling
    4. return for landing
  3. Before entering Class D airspace, you must:
    1. obtain an ATC clearance
    2. establish two-way communication
    3. VFR flights are not required to do anything
    4. be granted an approval
  4. When navigating visually in controlled airspace, you must notify ATC if you deviate from the cleared track more than:
    1. 5 nm
    2. 2 nm
    3. 1 nm
    4. 3 nm
  5. After take-off in Class C airspace, on your first contact with centre approach or departures, you must report:
    1. altitude passing and last assigned level
    2. altitude passing
    3. assigned level
    4. entire clearance
  6. Operating in a lane of entry, aircraft must:
    1. keep to the right
    2. keep to the left
    3. require a clearance
    4. report on entering
  7. When operating at a controlled aerodrome, you must obtain ATC clearance when:
    1. taxiing, entering or crossing a runway
    2. taking off
    3. landing
    4. all of the above
  8. Unless assigned a discrete code by ATC, pilots of a flight in Class D airspace shoold squawk:
    1. 1200
    2. 4000
    3. 7600
    4. 3000
  9. A danger area is airspace within which:
    1. the flight of aircraft is prohibited
    2. the flight of aircraft is restricted in accordance with specified conditions
    3. activities dangerous to the flight of aircraft may exist at specified times
    4. an approval is required in order to operate
  10. A pilot taxiing at a controlled aerodrome:
    1. may cross illuminated stop bars
    2. must stop and hold at illuminated stop bars
    3. may cross illuminated stop bars with clearance
    4. must stop at illuminated stop bars but then cross without clearance
  11. 1When operating Special VFR, you must maintain:
    1. clear of cloud and 1,500 m visibility
    2. 500 ft separation from cloud and 1,500 m visibility
    3. clear of cloud and 1,600 m visibility
    4. 500 ft separate from cloud and 3 km visibility
  12. An aircraft landing in Class C airspace will not be permitted to cross the threshold of the runway on its final approach unless a preceding departing aircraft:
    1. has become airborne
    2. has become airborne and commenced a turn
    3. has commenced its take-off run
    4. presents no risk in the opinion of the controller
  13. The following parts of an ATC clearance must be read back:
    1. route clearance, holding instructions, radio frequency instructions
    2. altitude and radio frequency instructions
    3. route clearance and radio frequency instructions
    4. directions and altitude instructions
  14. VFR aircraft departing a controlled zone without submitting flight notification shoold, on first contact with ATC, give their callsign and ‘flight details for departure’, then:
    1. destination, preferred level, ATIS code
    2. destination, first tracking point, ATIS code
    3. first tracking point, preferred level, ATIS code
    4. destination, first tracking point, preferred level, ATIS code
  15. For operations seeking access to Military Operating Areas (MOAs), aircraft must:
    1. squawk 2000 and maintain a listening watch
    2. request a clearance to transit a MOA and conditions of entry may be imposed.
    3. remain clear at all times
    4. be aware of high levels of activity and take precautions against any safety risks

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