Please sign in to share these flashcards. What should you do if you have an engine failure immediately after takeoff? This is an “open book” exam. Testing consisted of low pressure altitude tests,... One such tool is Collaborative Decision Making (CDM). Why? What section of the FARs (CFRs) covers pilot certification _Part 61__________ 3. What is the minimum safe altitude over a rural area? Which turn direction is standard for an airport traffic pattern?

PreSolo Written Exam - STUDENTPILOTNAME: Edward Jimenez CFI: Roy C DATE: 10/15/15 (FAR 91.13). Distress > Balloon > Glider > Airship > Refeuling or Towing > Powered Aircraft.

These prototypes would be used for testing. Anywhere: An altitude allowing, if a power unit fails, an emergency landing without undue hazard to persons or property on the surface. Exam Procedures and Instructions This pre-solo written exam will be given to a Student Pilot in anticipation of solo flight. Below 10,000ft: 3 mile; 1-5-2(1000 above, 500 below, 2000 horizontal), Above 10,000ft: 5 mile; 1-1-1(1000 above, 1000 below, 1 mile horizontal). A–Permission from the chief flight instructor, chief mechanic, and weather briefer. What information is necessary in order to make a “go/no go” decision? Answers to most questions can be found in either the current FAR/AIM or the Pilots Operating Handbook/Owner’s Manual for the aircraft to be flown. What age and medical requirements must a student meet in order to be able to solo _____16 years of age, 3 rd class Medical (FAR 61.83) _____ 2. What is the minimum visibility for a student pilot?

A–Comply with any FAA traffic pattern established for the airport. CDM provides the airlines and the FAA with real-time access to information such as weather, equipment a... A takeoff trim system was installed to allow positioning of the horizontal tail for optimum performance during takeoff. When is a mode­C transponder required Above 10,000 ft, within 30nm of a class B tower, and in or above class C airspace 8. Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. What are the cloud clearance and visibility for Class E, day and night? What would happen to the fuel indicators if all electricity in the airplane was lost? Please upgrade to Cram Premium to create hundreds of folders! How will I know when I’m ready to solo? At night? Pre-Solo Written Test (answers) - MK AEROSPACE Inc. Pre-Solo Written Test (answers) Name:_________________________________________ Date:_____________ Note: you may use the POH to answer some of these questions 1.
Max drop 175rpm with a Max difference 50rpm. Civil twil... After a delay in departure, at 9:04 am UA 718 was cleared for take off. In charge of the 58 passengers on board was Captain Robert S. Shirley.
What information should be in each of your transmissions _Airport Name, call 1. A–at all tower controlled airports within Class D airspace only when weather. Cram has partnered with the National Tutoring Association, Case Study: The Military Version Of The Cessna 172), Sealed Composite's Spaceship Two: Aircraft Accident Report. 6. A pilot of a small corporate jet had reported about an hour earlier that the runway had “good” braking action in the first two thirds of the runway, however,... Six engine prototypes were created using this special software. Which is the correct traffic pattern departure procedure to use at an uncontrolled airport? Night: 3 mile; 1-5-2 (1000 above, 500 below, 2000 horizontal). The copilot had the role of the monitoring pilot. A–that weather at the airport located in Class D airspace is below basic VFR weather minimums. Fly Li... A sub-recommendation stated changing all outward-opening doors to be replaced by inward-opening doors that will not open in flight when the pressure drops. Aug 2015. Magazine: Pre-Solo Written Test (answers) - MK AEROSPACE Inc. Are you sure you want to delete your template. This is an “open book” exam. During a mag check, what is the maximum allowable rpm drop? Cram.com makes it easy to get the grade you want! Label each point on the traffic pattern. Expected performance of the aircraft given expected conditions, Traffic delays and terrain avoidance, and.

The spark to the engine is provided by the magnetos which are run by the ignition key.