AVIA 220 Quiz 3

AVIA 220 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. Vy is the airspeed at which the airplane will gain the most altitude in the shortest period of time.
  2. If an airport has noise-abatement procedures, pilots can find out details from
  3. During takeoff, the pilot should have in mind a point along the runway at which the airplane should be airborne.
  4. Ground effect can be detected up to an altitude equal to ____ above the ground.
  5. The most common error while attempting to hold a pylon is incorrect use of the
  6. Ground reference maneuvers are conducted at
  7. The altitude during the “Eights on Pylons” appropriate for the airplane being flown is called the pivotal altitude and is governed by the
  8. To begin S-Turns across a road, the initial approach should be entered on the
  9. When performing “eights along a road” usually the first turn should be made, towards a
  10. Soft-field takeoffs utilize
  11. Maintaining Vx will result in the greatest gain in altitude for a given distance.
  12. Ground reference maneuvers should be flown at approximately
  13. “Eights on Pylons” are the most advanced and most difficult of the low altitude maneuvers.
  14. At an uncontrolled field the pilot should announce their intentions on ____ frequency.
  15. While performing a “turn around a point” the approximate maximum angle of bank is
  16. With a crosswind on takeoff the pilot should have ____ aileron into the wind.
  17. During the rectangular course, the aircraft must maintain a constant airspeed and altitude.
  18. On takeoff roll, the aircraft nose will drift___ and you should add ___ rudder.
  19. Using Figure 6-12 in the Airplane Flying Handbook and flying at 100 knots, what is the approximate pivotal altitude?
  20. Takeoff power should be maintained until at least ____ feet above ground level.
  21. Describe the techniques of performing a crosswind landing.
  22. Explain what drift effect is, how it effects an airplane, and how a pilot corrects for it.
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