Registration - Step 2

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1) What piece of equipment should you not use to stop an aircraft with a single engine landing?
A. Brakes
B. Flaps
C. Throttle
D. Thrust Reversers

2) What airport does KDFW refer to?
A. Denver, Colorado
B. Denton, Texas
C. Fort Worth Alliance, Texas
D. Dallas Fort Worth, Texas

3) From the list of approaches, list in order from most precise, to least precise
A. ILS, VOR, NDB
B. VOR, ILS, NDB
C. NDB, VOR, ILS
D. ILS, NDB, VOR

4) What is the transition altitude in the United States?
A. 10,000 feet MSL
B. 18,000 feet MSL
C. 18,000 feet AGL
D. FL180 MSL

5) An excessive angle of attack will result in what?
A. Steep bank
B. Stall
C. Steep climb
D. Engine failure

6) What range of speed is considered Transonic?
A. Mach 1.0 and above
B. Mach 0.75 to 1.20
C. Mach 2.0 to 3.0
D. Any Mach below 1.0

7) Which answer best describes V1?
A. Stall speed
B. Rotation speed
C. Take off decision speed
D. Minimum approach speed

8) When an ATC controller request you to “squawk 6011” what does that mean?
A. Tune 6011 into your COM radio
B. Tune 6011 into your NAV radio
C. Tune 6011 into your transponder
D. Tune 6011 into your NDM

9) The headquarters for Airbus is located in which European city?
A. Paris, France
B. London, England
C. Toulouse, France
D. Hamburg, Germany

10) Choose from the list of ATC controller positions, the order in which you would interact with them on departure from an airfield
A. Ground, Tower, Departure/Approach, Center
B. Tower, Ground, Center, Departure/Approach
C. Center, Ground, Tower, Departure/Approach
D. Ground, Center, Tower, Departure/Approach

11) Complete this statement: The higher an aircraft flies…
A. The thinner the air and the greater the angle of attack required to produce the lift needed to maintain level flight.
B. The thicker the air and the greater the angle of attack required to produce the lift needed to maintain level flight.
C. The thinner the air and the lesser the angle of attack required to produce the lift needed to maintain level flight.
D. The thicker the air and the lesser the angle of attack required to produce the lift needed to maintain level flight.

12) What phase of flight is the most dangerous?
A. Landing
B. Takeoff
C. Approach
D. Cruise

13) The turbojet engine contains four sections:
A. Intake, air inlet, exhaust, compressor
B. Intake, compressor, exhaust, combustion chamber
C. Compressor, combustion chamber, turbine section, exhaust
D. Intake, air inlet, pitot valve, exhaust

14) Zero Fuel Weight of an airplane refers to what?
A. The weight of the airplane including fuel
B. The weight of an airplane and fuel without passengers or cargo
C. The weight if the fuel that is loaded into the airplane
D. The weight of the airplane loaded except fuel

15) What does 180 ETOPS limit an aircraft’s route to?
A. Never being more than 180 miles from land
B. Never being more than 180 miles on 1 engine from a diversion field
C. Never being more than 180 minutes from land
D. Never being more than 180 minutes on 1 engine from a diversion field

16) Using the following METAR, what are the winds? KDFW 2210730Z 09016KT 10SM BKN044 BKN055 27/14 A3009 RMK AO2 SLP188 T02670139
A. Out of the west at 16kts
B. Out of the East at 16kts
C. 221 at 30kts
D. 221 at 07kts with gust of 30

17) What is the difference between groundspeed and true airspeed?
A. Groundspeed is the same as true airspeed
B. Groundspeed is true airspeed adjusted for the mach number
C. Groundspeed is true airspeed adjusted for the winds
D. Groundspeed is the speed when the plane is on the ground and airspeed is the speed when it is airborne.

18) What’s the difference between a radar altimeter and a barometric altimeter?
A. Radar altimeter has to be adjusted, but the barometric altimeter has to remain at 29.92
B. Radar altimeter has to remain at 29.92, but the barometric altimeter can be adjusted
C. Barometric altimeter displays height in MSL, the radar altimeter displays height in AGL
D. Barometric altimeter displays height in AGL, the radar altimeter displays height in MSL

19) What is the purpose of using flaps during take-off and landing?
A. To slow the airplane down
B. To allow the airplane to slip
C. To increase handling at lower speeds
D. To provide lift at lower speeds

20) Which answer best describes Vmo
A. Maximum Mach Operating Airspeed
B. Minimum Operating Airspeed
C. Mach Operating Airspeed
D. Maximum Operating Airspeed