1. True or false: The installation of an emergency locator transmitter is not required on training aircraft within a 50 m. radius of the airport where the training flight originated.
  2. If an alteration or repair substantially affects an aircraft’s operation in flight, that aircraft must be test flown by an appropriately rated pilot and approved for return to service prior to being operated:
    A. With passengers aboard
    B. For compensation or hire
    C. Away from the vicinity of the airport|
  3. What is the minimum flight visibility and lowest altitude that is permitted for aerobatic flight?
    A.  3 miles and 1,500 feet
    B.  5 miles and 1,000 feet
    C.  7 miles and 1,000 feet above the highest obstacle within 5 miles
    D.  10 miles and 1,500 feet above the highest obstacle within 5 miles
  4. You are performing an instrument cockpit check while taxiing to the runway. During your turns, you notice that the inclinometer isn’t moving. Does this need to be operative for you to takeoff into IMC.
    A.  Yes, it must be operative
    B.  No, as long as your vacuum system is working properly
    C.  No, as long as the turn coordinator is still functioning
    D.  It is not a requirement
  5. All passengers [other than the pilot] must be provided with supplemental oxygen if the flight is above a cabin pressure altitude of:
    A.  10,000 feet MSL
    B.  12,500 feet MSL
    C.  14,000 feet MSL
    D.  15,000 feet MSL
  6. The non-rechargeable batteries in an ELT are required to be replaced:
    A.  Annually
    B.  Every 24 months
    C.  During each 100 hour or annual inspection
    D.  After 1 hour of cumulative use or when 50% of the useful life has expired








Answers:1. True; 2. A; 3. A; 4. A; 5. D; 6. D