1.Who is responsible for determining if the aircraft is airworthy?

A. The owner of the aircraft

B. The company operating the aircraft

C. The pilot in command of the aircraft

D. A certificated aircraft maintenance inspector

E. A certificated aircraft maintenance inspector


2. When may a pilot allow a person who is obviously under the influence of alcohol or drugs to be carried in the aircraft?

A. Never

B. Only if there are two pilot aboard the aircraft

C. If the person does not have access to the cockpit or pilot’s compartment

D. Only in an emergency or if the person is a medical patient under proper care


3. Before beginning a flight, as pilot in command, you must:

A. Check the accuracy of the ELT

B. Check to see that each flight instrument is operational

C. File a flight plan for all night flights

D. Determine the runway lengths at the airports you intend to use and calculate the airplane’s takeoff and landing distances


4. You and a friend are in your Bonanza, sitting on the ramp prior to taxiing. You haven’t conducted a VOR check in 30 days, so you use a surface designated VOR checkpoint for your VOR test before departing. What is the tolerance for a surface checkpoint VOR test?

A. +/- 4 degrees

B. +/- 3 degrees

C. +/- 6 degrees

D. +/- 5 degrees


5. When may ATC request a detailed report of an emergency, even though a rule has not been violated?

A. Anytime an emergency occurs

B. When priority has been given

C. When the incident occurs in controlled airspace

D. Only when an accident results from the emergency


6. You must comply with any obstacle departure procedures established by the FAA:

A. Only at controlled airports

B. Only at uncontrolled airports

C. At any airport, whether it is controlled or uncontrolled

D. At airports with published instrument approach procedures when the tower is in operation

E. Only if assigned by ATC



Answers:1. C; 2. D; 3. D; 4. A; 5. B; 6. E