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The term “flight time” is defined as…
What should be considered regarding a scheduled flight over water, when land cannot be reached in case of an emergency landing?
When should turns at low altitudes above villages be avoided with regard to noise abatement procedures?
Which kind of engine is susceptible to carburettor fire?
Why can it be dangerous to pump the throttle for engine start in cold weather?
Which danger exists during engine start?
May an engine, which previously was on fire, be restarted?
Which gas is most dangerous during an engine fire?
Smoke enters the cockpit during an engine fire. Which actions have to be taken immediately?
What should be the first action in case of an electrical fire during a flight?
What extinguishing agent is the least suitable for an aircraft fire?
What extinguishing agent is the most commonly provided for fires in the cockpit?
In flight, a little smoke emerges from behind the instrument panel. An electrical fire is suspected. Which action, with respect to the pilot’s operating manual, should be taken?
In flight, a little smoke emerges from behind the instrument panel. An engine fire is suspected. Which action, with respect to the pilot’s operating manual, should be taken?
A wind shear is…
During an approach the aeroplane experiences a windshear with a decreasing headwind. If the pilot does not make any corrections, how do the approach path and the indicated airspeed (IAS) change?
During an approach the aeroplane experiences a windshear with an increasing headwind. If the pilot does not make any corrections, how do the approach path and the indicated airspeed (IAS) change?
During an approach the aeroplane experiences a windshear with a decreasing tailwind. If the pilot does not make any corrections, how do the approach path and the indicated airspeed (IAS) change?
After take-off an aeroplane gets into a wind shear with decreasing headwind. As a result…
Which of the following weather phenomena is most hazardous during approach and landing close to frontal thunderstorms?
How can a wind shear encounter in flight be avoided?
After lift-off, a much stronger than expected airspeed rise is experienced during the initial climb phase. What may be expected if the aeroplane entered a microburst?
Wake turbulences develop during take-off just as the aeroplane…
Wake turbulence is caused by…
Wake turbulence is particularly strong…
Wake turbulence is most likely to be encountered in which of the following situations?
Two aircraft of the same type, same gross weight and same flap configuration fly with different speeds and altitude. Which aircraft will cause more wake turbulence?
What should be observed when taxiing behind a commercial airliner?
Which area is suitable for an off-field landing?
A landing conducted in response to circumstances forcing the aircraft to land is a / an…
A precautionary landing is a landing…
In case of an emergency ditching, the life vests have to be inflated…
In case of decreasing visibility during cruise flight, the pilot has to pay attention to…
What needs to be observed in conjunction with flying above mountainous terrain?
When encountering a dynamic rollover situation, what is the most appropriate action of the pilot?
What does the following light signal mean to an aircraft on the ground? – Flashing green light
What does the following light signal mean to an aircraft on the ground? – Steady red light
How is “official night” defined?
A helicopter is at low airspeed and becomes affected by wind from certain angles which results in unintended yawing. What is most likely to be causing this?
The onset of Loss of Tail Rotor Effectiveness (LTE) can be aggravated by:
When is ‘vortex ring state’ most likely to occur?
What is the most correct definition for the Pilot In Command?
In a helicopter with a semi-rigid/teetering rotorhead, what immediate action should be taken to recover from a Low ‘G’ condition?
One of the main hazards in mountain flying under adverse wind conditions is:
Regarding a helicopter flight, which of the following statements are correct? 1) Before a VFR flight it’s advisable to brief passengers that in the event of bad weather, the flight may divert, return to base or carry out a precautionary landing. 2) It’s encouraged that all precautionary landings are reported to the CAA within 10 days via the MOR (Mandatory Occurance Reporting) scheme. 3) Flight into degraded visual environment can lead to a loss of situational awareness. 4) A VFR pilot should divert when visual conditions deteroriate and therefore there’s no need to plan for precautionary landings.
When is it permitted for passengers to be on board an aircraft, embark or disembark, when refuelling with AVGAS?
When can noise abatement procedures at an aerodrome be disregarded on departure?
When flying near a cumulonimbus cloud you observe virga underneath the base of the cloud. What could this indicate?
A heavy aeroplane has just landed and vacated from the runway which you are on final approach to. To reduce the risk of encountering wake turbulence, where on the runway should you land?
Which of these items are most important when briefing your passengers prior to a flight?
You land your helicopter on the top of a mountain on an area with rough ground and bracken. Which of the following statements is true?
You are flying cross country and encounter an area of moderate turbulence. What is the safest course of action?
An Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) has been activated for an aircraft which has crashed. What frequency would be used for homing to its location?
When is there the greatest risk of “blade sailing”?
When is the helicopter most susceptible to encountering ground resonance?