A tow plane has the right of way over a glider
A power driven air craft has the right of way over an helicopter
An airship has the right of way over a glider
None of the above
Even thousand foot altitude
Odd thousand plus 500 feet
Odd thousand feet
Even thousand plus 500 feet
To the left
To the right
You are not suppose to pass while flying
Alter to the right
Alter to the left
The one going west goes up all else go down
You just crash and burn and enjoy heaven
A steady red light
Flashing green light
A red flare
An intermittent white light
An airport owner
Any other pilot
A peace office, or immigration officer
A aircraft instructor
The aircraft is registered
Nationality and registration marks are affixed in proper manner and are visible
There is in force with respect to the aircraft a flight authority or permit
You are sober
All of the above
Night-sun's disk is no more than 12 degrees above the horizon
Night - time starting1/2 hour before sun down and ending 1/2 hour before sun up
When you can't see with out aid of light
Daylight is the period of time between sunrise and sunset
30 minutes after landing.
1 hour after landing.
12 hours after landing.
24 hours after landing.
Unless flying in accordance with an ATC clearance.
Only when flying in VFR conditions.
Except when within visual range of the control tower.
At all times.
The current altimeter setting of the nearest station along the route of flight.
29.92" Hg. or 1013.2mb.
The station pressure of the nearest weather reporting station.
The standard altimeter setting.
Two years after the date of the last entry in the log.
Three years after the date of the last entry in the log.
As long as the aircraft has a valid Certificate of airworthiness.
The life of the aircraft.