AVIA 310 Quiz Stage 2 Check

AVIA 310 Quiz: Stage Check 2 — Navigations, Patterns, and Arrivals

Covers the Learn material from Module 3: Week 3 — Module 4: Week 4.

  1. (Refer to Figure 136.) Which illustration would a pilot observe if the aircraft is less than 2.5°?
  2. (Refer to Figures 98 and 99.) To which aircraft position does HSI presentation ‘A’ correspond?
  3. What is a waypoint when used for an IFR flight?
  4. (Refer to Figures 96 and 97.) To which aircraft position(s) does HSI presentation ‘G’ correspond?
  5. Which distance is displayed by the DME indicator?
  6. (Refer to Figures 71 and 71A.) What is your position relative to the Flosi intersection Northbound on V213?
  7. A hand-held GPS is
  8. (Refer to Figure 162.) You have accepted a visual approach to RWY 16L at EUG at night. As you approach the runway, you notice runway centerline lights. This indicates
  9. (Refer to Figures 139 and 142.) Which displacement from the localizer and glide slope at the outer marker is indicated?
  10. Hand-held GPS systems, and GPS systems certified for VFR operation, may be used during IFR operations as
  11. During IFR en route and terminal operations using an approved GPS system for navigation, ground based navigational facilities
  12. On a WAAS-capable GPS approach, what is the significance of “LNAV+V” being displayed?
  13. When making an instrument approach at the selected alternate airport, what landing minimums apply?
  14. (Refer to Figure 240.) How should a pilot determine when the DME at PUC airport is inoperative?
  15. What reports are required of a flight operating on an IFR clearance specifying VFR on Top in a nonradar environment?
  16. What minimum weather conditions must be forecast for your ETA at an alternate airport, that has only a VOR approach with standard alternate minimums, for the airport to be listed as an alternate on the IFR flight plan?
  17. (Refer to Figures 98 and 99.) To which aircraft position does HSI presentation ‘B’ correspond?
  18. When operating under IFR with a VFR-On-Top clearance, what altitude should be maintained?
  19. A VOR receiver with normal five-dot course sensitivity shows a three- dot deection at 30 NM from the station. The aircraft would be displaced approximately how far from the course centerline?
  20. What is the significance of an ATC clearance which reads ‘… CRUISE SIX THOUSAND …’?
  21. What is meant when departure control instructs you to ‘resume own navigation’ after you have been vectored to a Victor airway?
  22. For aircraft other than helicopters, what forecast weather minimums are required to list an airport as an alternate on an IFR flight plan if the airport has VOR approach only?
  23. What response is expected when ATC issues an IFR clearance to pilots of airborne aircraft?
  24. What is the recommended procedure for transitioning from VFR to IFR on a composite flight plan?
  25. When may ATC request a detailed report of an emergency even though a rule has not been violated?
  26. On a GPS approach, the GPS/HSI shows an LNAV/VNAV ag. What should you do?
  27. (Refer to Figure 138.) What night operations, if any, are authorized between the approach end of the runway and the threshold lights?
  28. Where can the VOT frequency for a particular airport be found?
  29. (Refer to Figure 64.) The course deviation indicator (CDI) are centered. Which indications on the No. 1 and No. 2 VOR receivers over the Lafayette Regional Airport would meet the requirements for the VOR receiver check?
  30. (Refer to Figure 185.) What is identified by HS 1 and HS 2 on the PDX airport diagram?
  31. (Refer to Figure 94.) What colors are runway holding position signs?
  32. (Refer to Figures 96 and 97.) To which aircraft position(s) does HSI presentation ‘B’ correspond?
  33. (Refer to Figure 137.) What is the distance (A) from the beginning of the runway to the fixed distance marker?
  34. After passing a VORTAC, the CDI shows 1/2 scale deflection to the right. What is indicated if the deflection remains constant for a period of time?
  35. (Refer to Figure 95.) What is the lateral displacement in degrees from the desired radial on the No. 2 NAV?
  36. The ‘runway hold position’ sign denotes
  37. In the movement area of an airport, what does a “Destination” sign indicate?
  38. When on the proper glidepath of a 2-bar VASI, the pilot will see the near bar as
  39. (Refer to Figure 106.) The course selector of each aircraft is set on 360°. Which aircraft would have a FROM indication on the TO/FROM indication and the CDI pointing left of center?
  40. (Refer to Figure 216.) Departing runway 34L or 34R with weather minimums for takeoff and a climb groundspeed of 150 knots, what minimum rate of climb would be required to 8,700 feet?
  41. Which of the following indications would a pilot see while approaching to land on a runway served by a 2-bar VASI?
  42. When turning onto a taxiway from another taxiway, the ‘taxiway directional sign’ indicates
  43. For aircraft other than helicopters, what minimum conditions must exist at the destination airport to avoid listing an alternate airport on an IFR flight plan when a standard IAP is available?
  44. (Refer to Figures 98 and 99.) To which aircraft position does HSI presentation ‘E’ correspond?
  45. When checking the sensitivity of a VOR receiver, the number of degrees in course change as the OBS is rotated to move the CDI from center to the last dot on either side should be between
  46. (Refer to Figure 95.) Which OBS selection on the No. 1 NAV would center the CDI and change the TO/FROM indication to a TO?
  47. Where does the DME indicator have the greatest error between ground distance to the VORTAC and displayed distance?
  48. For operations off established airways at 17,000 feet MSL in the contiguous U.S., (H) Class VORTAC facilities used to dene a direct route of flight should be no farther apart than
  49. An airport may not be qualified for alternate use if
  50. (Refer to Figure 242.) What minimum airborne equipment is required to be operative for RNAV RWY 36 approach at Adams Field?
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