Aeronautical Rules & Facilities 401

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which is correct

    • A.

      A tow plane has the right of way over a glider

    • B.

      A power driven air craft has the right of way over an helicopter

    • C.

      An airship has the right of way over a glider

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. None of the above
    Explanation
    The given options do not provide a correct answer regarding the right of way in aviation. The right of way in aviation is determined by specific rules and regulations established by aviation authorities. These rules consider various factors such as the type of aircraft, their maneuverability, and the potential for collision. Therefore, it is not accurate to state that a tow plane has the right of way over a glider, a power-driven aircraft has the right of way over a helicopter, or an airship has the right of way over a glider. The correct answer is none of the above.

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  • 2. 

     Cruising VFR flight above 3,000 feet AGL in class "E" as the track 320 degrees, the aircraft shall operate at an

    • A.

      Even thousand foot altitude

    • B.

      Odd thousand plus 500 feet

    • C.

      Odd thousand feet

    • D.

      Even thousand plus 500 feet

    Correct Answer
    D. Even thousand plus 500 feet
    Explanation
    When cruising VFR flight above 3,000 feet AGL in class "E" airspace, the aircraft is required to operate at an even thousand foot altitude. In this case, the correct answer is "even thousand plus 500 feet," which means the aircraft should maintain an altitude that is an even thousand feet (such as 4,000, 6,000, etc.) and add 500 feet to that altitude (such as 4,500, 6,500, etc.). This is in accordance with the VFR cruising altitudes rules, which specify that when flying at altitudes of 3,000 feet AGL or above, pilots should fly at altitudes that are an even thousand feet plus 500 feet.

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  • 3. 

    When flying in a faster aircraft and overtaking a slower power-driven aircraft, in what way do you pass?

    • A.

      To the left

    • B.

      To the right

    • C.

      Over top

    • D.

      Below

    • E.

      You are not suppose to pass while flying

    Correct Answer
    B. To the right
    Explanation
    When flying in a faster aircraft and overtaking a slower power-driven aircraft, you pass to the right. This is because the general rule of aviation is to keep to the right when passing another aircraft, similar to the rules of the road for vehicles. By passing to the right, you ensure a safe and predictable maneuver, minimizing the risk of collision.

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  • 4. 

    If you are approaching head-on, and their is a danger of collision each aircraft shall 

    • A.

      Alter to the right

    • B.

      Alter to the left

    • C.

      The one going west goes up all else go down

    • D.

      You just crash and burn and enjoy heaven

    Correct Answer
    A. Alter to the right
    Explanation
    When two aircraft are approaching head-on and there is a danger of collision, they should alter to the right. This is because the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standard states that in the event of a potential collision, both aircraft should turn to the right to avoid each other. This standard helps to establish a consistent and predictable response in such situations, reducing the risk of accidents in the air.

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  • 5. 

    What is the ground signal given to an aircraft which means "give way to the other aircraft and continue circling"

    • A.

      A steady red light

    • B.

      Flashing green light

    • C.

      A red flare

    • D.

      An intermittent white light

    Correct Answer
    A. A steady red light
    Explanation
    A steady red light is the ground signal given to an aircraft which means "give way to the other aircraft and continue circling". This signal indicates that the aircraft should not proceed and should yield to other aircraft in the area.

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  • 6. 

    Any person holding a pilots license shall produce it to:

    • A.

      An airport owner

    • B.

      Any other pilot

    • C.

      A peace office, or immigration officer

    • D.

      A aircraft instructor

    Correct Answer
    C. A peace office, or immigration officer
    Explanation
    A person holding a pilot's license is required to produce it to a peace officer or immigration officer. This is because these officers have the authority to verify the validity of the license and ensure compliance with aviation regulations. Airport owners and other pilots may also request to see the license, but the primary responsibility lies with peace officers and immigration officers.

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  • 7. 

    No person shall fly an aircraft in Canada unless:

    • A.

      The aircraft is registered

    • B.

      Nationality and registration marks are affixed in proper manner and are visible

    • C.

      There is in force with respect to the aircraft a flight authority or permit

    • D.

      You are sober

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "all of the above" because the given statement includes multiple conditions that must be met in order to fly an aircraft in Canada. These conditions include registering the aircraft, properly affixing nationality and registration marks, having a valid flight authority or permit, and being sober. Therefore, all of these conditions must be satisfied in order to comply with the regulations and fly an aircraft in Canada.

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  • 8. 

    Which definition is correct with regard to places in Canada where the sun rises and sets daily

    • A.

      Night-sun's disk is no more than 12 degrees above the horizon

    • B.

      Night - time starting1/2 hour before sun down and ending 1/2 hour before sun up

    • C.

      When you can't see with out aid of light

    • D.

      Daylight is the period of time between sunrise and sunset

    Correct Answer
    B. Night - time starting1/2 hour before sun down and ending 1/2 hour before sun up
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "night - time starting 1/2 hour before sun down and ending 1/2 hour before sun up." This definition accurately describes the period of time when the sun is below the horizon and it is dark outside. It specifies that it starts half an hour before sunset and ends half an hour before sunrise, indicating the duration of the night.

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  • 9. 

    Where a VFR flight plan has been filed, the pilot in command shall report arrival to the appropriate Air Traffic Control unit no later than;

    • A.

      30 minutes after landing.

    • B.

      1 hour after landing.

    • C.

      12 hours after landing.

    • D.

      24 hours after landing.

    Correct Answer
    B. 1 hour after landing.
    Explanation
    The pilot in command is required to report their arrival to the appropriate Air Traffic Control unit no later than 1 hour after landing when a VFR (Visual Flight Rules) flight plan has been filed. This allows the ATC unit to keep track of the aircraft's movements and ensure its safe arrival. Reporting within this timeframe helps maintain effective communication and coordination between the pilot and ATC.

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  • 10. 

    Pilots of aircraft are responsible for taking such action as is necessary to avoid a collision;

    • A.

      Unless flying in accordance with an ATC clearance.

    • B.

      Only when flying in VFR conditions.

    • C.

      Except when within visual range of the control tower.

    • D.

      At all times.

    Correct Answer
    D. At all times.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "At all times." Pilots of aircraft are always responsible for taking necessary actions to avoid a collision, regardless of the circumstances. This means that even if they are flying in accordance with an ATC clearance, in VFR conditions, or within visual range of the control tower, they still have the ultimate responsibility to prevent a collision.

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  • 11. 

    Runways at Canadian airports and aerodromes in the southern Domestic Airspace are numbered to indicate, to the nearest even 10 degrees, the runway bearing in degrees ______.

    • A.

      True.

    • B.

      Magnetic.

    • C.

      Compass.

    • D.

      Grid.

    Correct Answer
    B. Magnetic.
    Explanation
    The runways at Canadian airports and aerodromes in the southern Domestic Airspace are numbered to indicate the runway bearing in degrees using magnetic direction. Magnetic direction refers to the direction of the Earth's magnetic field at a specific location, which differs from true north due to magnetic declination. By using magnetic bearings, pilots can align their aircraft with the runway more accurately, taking into account the magnetic variations in the area. This helps ensure safe and efficient takeoffs and landings.

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  • 12. 

    The distress call format is the word ________ repeated three times.

    • A.

      Pan

    • B.

      Urgent

    • C.

      Mayday

    • D.

      Help

    Correct Answer
    C. Mayday
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Mayday" because in distress situations, the international radio communication term "Mayday" is used to indicate a life-threatening emergency. It is repeated three times to ensure clarity and to grab attention. This distress call format is recognized and understood by emergency response teams, allowing them to quickly identify and respond to the urgent situation.

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  • 13. 

    When in VFR flight within an Altimeter Setting Region, the altimeter should be set to;

    • A.

      The current altimeter setting of the nearest station along the route of flight.

    • B.

      29.92" Hg. or 1013.2mb.

    • C.

      The station pressure of the nearest weather reporting station.

    • D.

      The standard altimeter setting.

    Correct Answer
    A. The current altimeter setting of the nearest station along the route of flight.
    Explanation
    When in VFR flight within an Altimeter Setting Region, the altimeter should be set to the current altimeter setting of the nearest station along the route of flight. This is because the altimeter setting provides the correct barometric pressure at the aircraft's altitude, allowing the altimeter to accurately display the aircraft's altitude above mean sea level. By setting the altimeter to the current setting of the nearest station along the route, the pilot ensures that the altimeter is calibrated to the correct pressure for the specific location and altitude of the aircraft.

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  • 14. 

    The minimum flight visibility for VFR flight in a Control Area is;

    • A.

      1 mile.

    • B.

      2 miles.

    • C.

      3 miles.

    • D.

      4 miles.

    Correct Answer
    C. 3 miles.
    Explanation
    The minimum flight visibility for VFR (Visual Flight Rules) flight in a Control Area is 3 miles. This means that pilots must be able to see at least 3 miles ahead of them in order to fly under VFR conditions. This requirement ensures that pilots have enough visibility to see and avoid other aircraft and obstacles in the area, maintaining safety during the flight.

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  • 15. 

    Every owner of an aircraft shall preserve the Aircraft Journey Log for.

    • A.

      Two years after the date of the last entry in the log.

    • B.

      Three years after the date of the last entry in the log.

    • C.

      As long as the aircraft has a valid Certificate of airworthiness.

    • D.

      The life of the aircraft.

    Correct Answer
    A. Two years after the date of the last entry in the log.
    Explanation
    Every owner of an aircraft is required to preserve the Aircraft Journey Log for a period of two years after the date of the last entry in the log. This means that the log should be kept for at least two years to ensure that all relevant information regarding the aircraft's journey is recorded and available for reference. It is important to maintain these records for a reasonable period of time to comply with regulations and to have a comprehensive record of the aircraft's maintenance, repairs, and flights.

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