1. What incident would necessitate an immediate notification to the nearest NTSB office?

a. An in-fight fire

b. An in-flight radio failure

c. Ground damage to the propeller blades

d. An in-fight loss of VOR receive capability


2. How long does the Airworthiness Certificate of an aircraft remain valid?

a. As long as the aircraft is maintained and operated as required by Federal Aviation Regulations.

b. As long as the aircraft has a current Registration Certificate.

c. Indefinitely, unless the aircraft suffers major damage.


3. A Bonanza pilot is making an ILS approach and is past the OM to a runway with a VASI. What action is appropriate if an electronic glide slope malfunction occurs and the pilot has the VASI in sight?

a. The pilot should inform ATC of the malfunction and then descend immediately to the localizer DH and make a localizer approach

b. The pilot may continue the approach and use the VASI glide slope 

in place of the electronic glide slope.

c. The pilot must request an LOC approach and may descend below |

the VASI at the pilot`s discretion.


4. What are the alternate minimums for an airport with a precision approach procedure? 

a. 400-foot ceiling and 2 miles visibility

b. 600-foot ceiling and 2 miles visibility

c. 800-foot ceiling and 2 miles visibility


5. The fuel requirement for flight under VFR during daylight hours requires that you carry enough fuel to fly to the first point of intended landing and to fly after that, at normal cruise speed, for ______  minutes.


6. When the visibility is greater than 6 SM on a TAF, it is:

a.  Expressed as 6PSM

b. Expressed as P6SM

c.  Omitted from the report





























Answers: 1. a; 2. a; 3.b; 4.b; 5.30; 6.b