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  • A departing aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR flight under radar vectors has to: SQUAK 7600 AND THEREAFTER RETURN TO THE ROUTE INDICATED BY THE CURRENT FLIGHT PLAN IN THE MOST DIRECT MANER
  • A message concerning aircraft parts and material urgently required is: A FLIGHT REGULARITY MESSAGE
  • A message concerning an aircraft being threatened by grave and imminent danger, requiring immediate assistance is called: DISTRESS MESSAGE
  • A message preceded by the phrase "Transmitting blind due receiver failure" shall be transmitted: ON THE FREQUENCY PRESENTLY IN USE
  • A radiotelephony distress message should start with the following signal: MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY
  • A read back is not needed for the following message: WIND VELOCOTY
  • Air traffic control messages (clearances, instructions, etc.) belong to the category of: FLIGHT SAFETY MESSAGES
  • Aircraft X-BC has been instructed to contact Stephenville TOWER on frequency 118.7. What is the correct response to indicate that it will follow this instruction ? 118.7 X-BC
  • Aircraft X-BC has been instructed to listen on ATIS frequency 123.25, on which information are being broadcast. What is the correct response to indicate that it will follow this instruction ? MONITORING 123.25 X-BC
  • Aircraft XY-ABC is making a test transmission with Stephenville TOWER on frequency 118.7. What is the correct phrasing for this transmission: STEPHENVILLE TOWER, XY-ABC RADIO CHECK 118.7
  • Among the following, select the ATC unit in charge of controlling the traffic:DEPARTURE
  • Among the following, select the ATC unit responsible for controlling traffic? DEPARTURE
  • An "Automatic Terminal Information Service" provides: ROUTINE INFORMATION TO ARRIVING AND DEPARTING AIRCRAFT BY MEANS OF CONTINUOS AND REPETITIVOUS BROADCAST
  • An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in VMC is assumed to: CONTINUE TO FLY IN VMS, LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITABLE AERODROME, REPORT ITS ARRIVAL
  • An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to land, if possible, within: 30 MINUTES AFTER ETA, OR THE LAST EAT, WHICHEVER IS LATER
  • An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to commence descent over the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome (no EAT received): AT OR AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO THE ESTIMATES TIME OF ARRIVAL RESULTING FROM THE CURRENT FLIGHT PLAN
  • An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to hold over the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome: UNTIL THE EXPECTED APPROACH TIME LAST RECIEVED AND ACKNOWLEDGE
  • An aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC is assumed to: PROCEED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT FLIGHT PLAN TO THE DESIGNATED NAVIGATION AID SERVING THE DESTINATION AERODROME
  • An aircraft in distress shall send the following signal by radiotelephony: MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY
  • An aircraft in state of emergency shall squawk: 7700
  • An aircraft is flying north-east at 2500 feet.TOWER requests heading and level. What is the correct response: HEADING 045 AT 2500 FEET
  • An aircraft is instructed to hold short of the runway-in-use. What is the correct phraseology to indicate it will follow this instruction ? HOLDING SHORT
  • An aircraft is squawking 7600. This indicates: IT IS UNABLE TO ESTABLIZED COMMUNICATION DUE TO RADIO FAILURE
  • An aircraft on an IFR flight in VMC experiences radio communication failure. The aircraft is assumed to: LAND AT THE NEAREST SUITBLE AERODROME
  • An aircraft squawking 7700 indicates to the ground station that: THE AIRCRAFT IS IN DISTRESS
  • An aircraft station fails to establish radio contact with an aeronautical station on the designated frequency. What action is required by the pilot: ATTEMPT TO ESTABLISH CONTACT WITH THE STATION ON AN ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCY
  • An urgency message shall be preceded by the radiotelephony urgency signal: PAN PAN SPOKEN 3 TIMES
  • Blind transmission shall be made: ON THE DESIGNATED FREQUENCY
  • Cherokee XY-ABC receives the following instruction: "X-BC climb straight ahead until 2500 feet before turning right, wind 270 degrees 6 knots, cleared for take-off".What is the correct read back: STRAIGHT AHEAD, AT 2500 FEET RIGHT TURN, CLEARED FOR TAKE OFF X-BC
  • Distress is defined as: A CONDITION OF BEING THREATENED BY SERIOUS AND/OR IMMINENT DANGER AND REQUESTING INMEDIATE ASSISTANCE
  • During the transmission of numbers containing a decimal point : THE TERM DECIMAL MUST ALWAYS BE TRANSMITED
  • Fastair 345 is instructed to contact Stephenville RADAR on frequency 132.010 MHz. How would Fastair 345 advise RADAR that it is not 8.33 KHz equipped ? NEGATIVE EIGHT POINT THREE THREE
  • Flight safety messages are: AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL MESSAGES
  • From your cruising altitude at FL 240, you want to descend to flight level 100. Your transmission to the radar controller is: REQUEST DESCENT TO FLIGHT LEVEL ONE-ZERO-ZERO
  • How can aviation routine weather reports (METAR) of specific airports be obtained by aircraft in flight: VOLMET
  • How is the visibility in an aviation routine weather report (METAR) expressed in plain language: UP TO 5000 M IN METRES, ABOVE IN KILOMETRES
  • How shall a pilot ask for a QFE? REQUEST QUEBEC FOXTROT ECHO
  • How shall a pilot inform a radar control unit that the aircraft is not equipped with transponder: NEGATIVE TRANSPONDER
  • How shall a pilot inform the ATS unit that his aircraft does not have 8.33 KHz capability ? : NEGATIVE EIGHT POINT THREE THREE
  • How shall a pilot inform the control tower that he is prepared for take-off: READY FOR DEPARTURE OR READY
  • How should a pilot terminate the read-back of an ATC clearance ? WITH HIS OWN AIURCRAFT CALL SIGN
  • How should aircraft XY-ABC call Stephenville TOWER on initial call ? STEPHENVILLE TOWER XY-ABC
  • How should the instruction to contact Stephenville RADAR on 132.0083MHz be phrased: CONTACT STEPHENVILLE RADAR 132.010
  • If all attempts to establish radio contact with a ground station fail, the pilot of an aeroplane shall transmit messages preceded by the phrase: TRNASMITING BLIND
  • If you are requested to "Report flight conditions", what does that mean: INDICATE WHEATHER YOU ARE FLYING IN IMC OR IN VMC
  • If you are requested to report your height, to which Q-code-setting would you refer ? QFE
  • In case of a SSR transponder failure occuring after departure of an IFR flight, the pilot shall: INFORM THE COMPETENT ATC UNIT INMEDIATLY
  • In case the transponder fails before the departure for an IFR flight, the pilot shall: OBTAIN PRIR PERMISSION BY ATC TO CONDUCT THE FLIGHT
  • In order to avoid CB a pilot wants to turn right to a magnetic heading of 100 degrees. The correct way to ask the ATC unit for permission is: REQUEST RIGHT TURN, HEADING ONE-ZERO-ZERO
  • In the event that a pilot is required to make a blind transmission, this should be made: TWICE ON THE DESIGNATED FREQUENCY
  • Must a "general call" be acknowledged"? NO
  • My message will be more effective and understandable if I : MAINTAIN THE SPEAKING VOLUME AT A CONSTANT LEVEL
  • On hearing an urgency message a pilot shall: MONITOR THE FREQUENCY TO ENSURE ASISTANCE IF REQUIRED
  • On the readability scale what does "readability 1" mean ? UNREADABLE
  • On the readability scale what does "Readability 3" mean: READABLE BUT WITH DIFICULTY
  • On the readability scale what does "Readability 5" mean: PERFECT READABLE
  • QFE is the RTF Q-code to indicate: THE ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE AT AERODORME ELEVATION (OR AT RUNWAY THERESHOLD)
  • QNH is the Q-code to indicate: THE ALTIMETER SUBSCALE SETTING TO OBTAIN ELEVATION WHEN ON THE GROUND
  • RADAR informs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC identified". What does this mean: RADAR IDENTIFICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED
  • RADAR informs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC identified". What does this mean? RADAR IDENTIFICATION HAS BEEN ACHIEVED
  • RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC recycle 1015". What does this mean: X-BC IS REQUESTED TO RESELECT SSR CODE 1015
  • RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC squawk ident". What does this mean: X-BC SHALL OPERATE THE IDENT BUTTON
  • RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC squawk standby ". What does this mean? X-BC IS REQUESTED TO SWITCH TO STANDBY POSITION
  • Radio silence can be imposed by an aeronautical station in case of : DISTRESS TRAFFFIC
  • Regardless of your position, time figures are transmitted with reference to: UTC
  • Select the air traffic service in charge of control of local traffic, take-offs and landings at an airport. TOWER
  • Select the letter code for HB-FRO: HOTEL BRAVO FOCTROT ROMEO OSCAR
  • Shall an ATC route clearance always be read back: YES, UNLESS AUTHORIZED OTHERWISE BY ATS AUTHORITY CONCERNED
  • The aircraft has started a descent. Select the correct radiotelephony transmisión: LEAVING FL 200, DESCENDING TO FL 120
  • The clearance : "cleared for immediate take-off runway 03" is: A FLIGHT SAFETY MESSAGE
  • The distress communication and silence conditions shall be terminated by transmitting a message. Which words shall this message include ? DISTRESS TRAFFIC ENDED
  • The distress message shall contain as many as possible of the following elements/details: AIRCRAFT CALL SIGN, NATURE OF DISTRESS, PILOTS INTENTION, PRESENT POSITION, LEVEL AND HEADING
  • The distress signal and the distress message to be sent by an aircraft in distress be on: THE AIR GROUND FREQUENCY IN USE AT THE TIME
  • The expression " transmitting blind due to receiver failure" implies that no answer is expected. It shall be used by: AN AIRCRAFT STATION BEING AWARE OF RECIEVER FAILURE
  • The frequency 121.500 MHz is designated as: AN INTERNTIONAL EMERGENCY FREQUENCY
  • The frequency used for the first transmission of a "MAYDAY" call shall be: THE FREQUENCY CURRENTLY IN USE
  • The message addressed to an Area Control Center "request radar vectors to circumnavigate adverse weather" is: A FLIGHT SAFETY MESSAGE
  • The message to an aeronautical ground station "please call a taxi-cab for us. We will arrive at 1045" is: AN UNAUTHORIZED MESSAGE
  • The order of priority of the following messages in the aeronautical mobile service is: FLIGHT SAFETY MESSAGE, METEREOLOGICAL MESSAGE, FLIGHT REGULARITY MESSAGE
  • The order of priority of the following messages in the aeronautical mobile service is: DISTRESS MESSAGE, URGENCY MESSAGE, DIRECTION AND FINDING MESSAGE
  • The priority of the instruction "taxi to runway 05" is: SAME AS LINE UP RUNWAY 07 AND WAIT
  • The priority of the pilot's message "request QDM" is: GREATHER THAN TURN LEFT HEADING
  • The radar controller is transmitting: "Confirm squawk". What does he mean? THE CONTROLLER WANTS TO KNOW WHICH CODE IS SET ON THE TRNASPONDERWhich abbreviation is used for the term "control zone"? CTR
  • The time is 4:15 P.M. What is the correct way of transmitting this time if there is any possibility of confusion about the hour ? ONE SIX ONE FIVE
  • The time is 9:20 A.M. What is the correct way of transmitting this time if there is no possibility of confusion about the hour ? TWO ZERO
  • The time is now 1123. Radar Control requests your estimate for next reporting point, which is AAL VOR/DME. ; You look at your operational flight plan and estimate 12 minutes (36 NM) to go to the reporting point. Your transmission is: ESTIMATE AAL AT THREE-FIVE
  • The urgency message to be sent by an aircraft reporting an urgency condition shall contain at least the following elements/details : AIRCRAFT CALL SIGN, NATURE OF THE URGENCY CONDITIONM, PILOTS INTENTION, PRESENT POSITION, EVEL AND HEADING
  • To which frequency bands do the frequencies 118.000 - 136.975 MHz of the Aeronautical Mobile Service belong ? VERY HIGH FREQUENCY
  • Under what runway conditions is the braking action reported to be "Unreliable": RUNWAY COVERED WITH WET SNOW AND SLUSH
  • Under which of the following circumstances may you expect a solid reception of theTOWER frequency 118.2 MHz: AIRCRAFT AT HIGH LEVEL IN THE VICINITY OF THE GROUND STATION
  • Under which of the following circumstances shall an aircraft squawk 7700 ? IN DISTRESS
  • Under which of the following circumstances shall an aircraft station squawk 7600 ? IN CASE OF RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE
  • Urgency is defined as: A CONDITION CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF AN AIRCRAFT OTHER VEHOCULE OR OF A PERSON ON BOARD, BUT WHICH DOES NOT REQUIRE INMEDIATE ASSISTANCE
  • What action is required by the pilot of an aircraft station if he/she is unable to establish radio contact with an aeronautical station ? TRY TO STABLISH COMMUNICATION WITH OTHER AIRCRAFT OR AERONAUTICAL STATIONS
  • What action should be taken by the aircraft station first receiving a distress message? IMMEDIATLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE DISTRESS MESSAGE
  • What are the propagation characteristics of VHF: PRACTICALLY STRAIGHT-LINE SIMILAR TO LIGHT WAVES
  • What does "Friction coefficient 20" in a runway report mean: BRAKING ACTION POOR
  • What does "Friction coefficient 45" in a runway report mean: BRACKING ACTION GOOD
  • What does "SELCAL" mean: A SYSTEM WHICH PERMITS THE SELECTIVE CALLING OF INDIVIDUALS AIRCRAFT OVER RADIO TELEPHONE CHANNELS LINKING A GROUND STATION WITH THE AIRCRAFT
  • What does QDM mean? MAGNETIC HEADING TO THE STTION (NO WIND)
  • What does QDR mean? MAGNETIC BEARING FROM THE STATION
  • What does QTE mean? TRUE BEARING FROM THE STATION
  • What does the abbrevation "INS" mean: INCERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM
  • What does the abbrevation "MLS" mean: MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM
  • What does the abbrevation "RNAV" mean: AREA NAVIGATION
  • What does the abbreviation "AFIS" mean? AERODROME FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE
  • What does the abbreviation "AIS" mean? AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICE
  • What does the abbreviation "ATIS" mean? AUTOMATIC TERMINAL INFORMATION SERVICE
  • What does the abbreviation "FIR" mean? FLIGHT INFORMATION REGION
  • What does the abbreviation "H24" mean?CONTINUOUS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
  • What does the abbreviation "HJ" mean? SUNRISE TO SUNSET
  • What does the abbreviation "HX" mean? NO SPECIFIC WORKING HOURS
  • What does the abbreviation "IMC" mean? INSTRUMENT METEREOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
  • What does the abbreviation "RVR" mean: RUNWAY VISUAL RANGE
  • What does the abbreviation "SAR" mean? SEARCH AND RESCUE
  • What does the abbreviation "SSR" mean: SECOND SURVEILANCE RADAR
  • What does the instruction "Go around" mean ? CARRY OUT A MISSED APPROACH
  • What does the instruction "Orbit right" mean ? MAKE A 360 TURN TO THE RIGHT
  • What does the instruction "Vacate left" mean ? TURN LEFT TO LEAVE THE RUNWAY
  • What does the phrase "break break" mean ? IT INDICATES THE SEPARATION BETWEEN MESSAGES TRANSMITING TO AIRCRAFT IN A VERY BUSSY ENVIROMENT
  • What does the phrase "Go ahead" mean: PROCEED WITH YOUR MESSAGE
  • What does the phrase "Read back" mean: REPEAT ALL, OR THE SPECIFIC PART, OF THIS MESSAGE BACK TO ME EXACTLY AS RECEIVED
  • What does the phrase "Roger" mean: I HAVE RECEIVED ALL OF YOUR LAST TRANSMISION
  • What does the phrase "Squawk 1234" mean: SLECT CODE 1234 ON THE SSR TRANSPONDER
  • What does the phrase "Verify" mean: CHECK AND CONFIRM WITH ORIGINATOR
  • What does the term "aeronautical station" mean? A STATION IN THE AERONAUTICAL MOBILE SERVICE LOCATED ON LAND, OR INCERTAIN INSTANCES ON BOARD OF A SHIP OR ON A PLATFORM AT SEA
  • What does the term "air-ground communication" mean? TWO WAY COMMUNICATION BETWEEN AIRCRAFT AND STATIONS OR LOCATIONS ON THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH
  • What does the term "blind transmission" mean? A TRNASMISION FROM ONE STATION TO ANOTHER STATION IN CIRCUMSTANCES WHERE TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION CANNOT BE STABLIZED BUT IT IS BELIEVED THAT THE CALLED STATION IS ABLE TO RECEIVE THE TRANSMISION
  • What does the term "broadcast" mean? A TRANSMISION OF INFORMATION RELATING TO AIR NAVIGATION THAT IS NOT ADRESSED TO A SPECIFIC STATION OR STATIONS
  • What does the term "clearance limit" mean: THE POINT AT WHICH AN AIRCRAFT IS GRANTED AN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CLEARANCE
  • What does the term "Expected Approach Time" mean: THE TIME AT WHICH ATC EXPECTS THAT AN ARRIVING AIRCRAFT, FOLOWING A DELAY WILL LEAVE THE HOLDING POINT TO COMPLETE ITS APPROACH FOR LANDING
  • What does the term "way point" mean: A SPECIFIED GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION USED TO DEFINE AN AREA NAVIGATION ROUTE OR THE FLIGHT OF AN AIRCRAFT EMPLOYING AREA NAVIGATION
  • What does the word "acknowledge" mean ? LET ME KNOW THAT YOU HAVE RECIEVED AND UNDERSTOOD THIS MESSAGE
  • What does the word "approved" mean ? PERMISION FOR PROPOSED ACTION GRANTED
  • What does the word "cancel" mean ? ANNUL THE PREVIOUSLY TRNASMITED CLEARANCE
  • What does the word "check" mean ? EXAMIN A SYSTEM OR PROCEDURE
  • What does the word "correct" mean ? THAT IS CORRECT
  • What does the word "disregard" mean ? CNSIDER THAT TRNASMISION AS NOT SENT
  • What does the word "negative" mean ? PERMISION NOT GRANTED
  • What does the word "negative" mean ? THAT IS NOT CORRECT
  • What does the word "recleared" mean ? A CHANGE HAS BEEN MADE TO YOURT LAST CLEARANCE
  • What does the word "report" mean ? PASS ME THE FOLOWING INFORMATION
  • What does the word "wilco" mean ? I UNDERSTAND YOUR MESSAGE AND WILL COMPLY WITH IT
  • What is "VOLMET"? METEREOLOGICAL INFORMATION FOR AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT
  • What is meant by good microphone technique ? USE A NORMAL CONVERSATION TONE, SPEAK CLEARLY AND DISTINCTLY
  • What is meant by the phrase " readibility 4"? READABLE
  • What is meant by the phrase "readability 2"? READABLE NOW AND THEN
  • What is normally used for ATIS broadcasts ? DISCRETE VHF FREQUENCY OR AND VOR
  • What is the correct call sign of Fastair 345 in the initial call to the aerodrome control tower and the approach control unit, if the aircraft has a maximum take-off weight of more than 136 tonnes: FASTAIR 345 HEAVY
  • What is the correct suffix to be used when establishing radio contact in an area control centre? CONTROL
  • What is the correct way of expressing visibility ? VISIBILITY 1200 METERS
  • What is the correct way of spelling out FRI-VOR in a radio message? FOXTROIT ROMEO INDIA-VOR
  • What is the correct way of spelling out HB-JYC in a radio message? HOTEL BRAVO JULLIER YANKEE CHARLIE
  • What is the correct way of transmitting 1001 as a QNH ? QNH ONE ZERO,ZERO ONE
  • What is the correct way of transmitting the number 13500 to indicate an altitude or cloud height ? ONE THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED
  • What is the correct way of transmitting the number 3500 when indicating an altitude or an height ?THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED
  • What is the correct way to transmit and read back frequency 120.375 MHz (VHF channel separated by 25 KHz): ONE TWO ZERO DECIMAL THREE SEVEN FIVE
  • What is the maximum distance at which you may expect strong VHF reception over flat terrain at FL 140 ? ABOUT 140 NM
  • What is the meaning of the phrase "Radar service terminated"? YOU WILL NO LONGER BE PROVIDED WITH RADAR CONTROL
  • What is the minimum frequency separation between consecutive frequencies in the VHF band? 8.33 KHZ
  • What is the Q-code for "magnetic bearing from the station"? QDR
  • What is the Q-code for "magnetic heading to the station (no wind)? QDM
  • What is the Q-code for "true bearing from the station"? QTE
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station providing surface movement control of aircraft on the manoeuvring area: GROUND
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station providing flight information service: INFORMATION
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station providing approach control (no radar service) ? APPROACH
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station indicating area control centre (no radar): CONTROL
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station indicating approach control radar departures: DEPARTURE
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station indicating approach control radar arrivals: ARRIVAL
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station indicating aerodrome control service: TOWER
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station providing radar service (in general) ? RADAR
  • What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station indicating clearance delivery ? DELIVERY
  • What is the transponder code for radio communication failure: 7600
  • What phrase shall be used when asking for the readability of a transmission ? HOW DO YOU READ
  • What, if any, is the abbreviated call sign of Fastair 2345 ? NO ABBREVIATED FORM
  • When an aeronautical station broadcasts information to more than one station, the call starts with : ALL STATIONS
  • When an aircraft is no longer in distress, it shall transmit a message cancelling the distress condition. Which words shall this message include ? CANCEL DISTRESS
  • When an aircraft station is unable to establish communication due to receiver failure, the following procedure should be undertaken: TRNASMIT REPORTS AT SCHEDULED TIMES OR POSITION, PRECEDED BY THE PHRASE TRANSMITING BLIND DUE TO RECIEVER FAILURE
  • When an aircraft station receives the call "ALL STATIONS Stephenville RADAR, distress traffic ended" it is requested : TO RESUME NORMAL COMMUNICATION WITH STEPHENVILLE RADAR
  • When flying in accordance with IFR, which of the following best describes the term "Visual approach" ? AN APPROACH BY AN IFR FLIGHT WHEN EITHER PART OR ALL OF AN INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE IS NOT COMPLETED AND THE APPROACH IS TO BE EXECUTED IN VISUAL REFERENCE TO TERRAIN
  • When is an aircraft station allowed to use its abbreviated call sign ? AFTER IT HAS BEEN ADRESSED IN THIS MANNER BY THE AERONAUTICAL GROUND STATION
  • When may the name of the location or the call sign suffix in the call sign of an aeronautical station be omitted ? WHEN SATISFACTORY COMMUNICATIUON ESTABLIZED AND PROVIDED IT WILL NOT BE CONFUSING TO DO SO
  • When shall an aircraft in the heavy-wake-turbulence category include the word "Heavy" immediately after its call sign e.g. Fastair 345 heavy: IN THE INITIAL CALL TO THE AERODROME CONTROL TOWER AND THE APPROACH CONTROL UNIT
  • When shall the phrase "Take-off" be used by a pilot : TO ACKNOWLEDGE TAKEOFF CLEARANCE ONLY
  • When shall the pilot of an aircraft experiencing communications failure keep a watch for instructions passed by visual signals ? WHEN THE AIRCRAFT IS FORMING PART OF THE AERODROME TRAFFIC AT A CONTROLLED AERODROME
  • When the aircraft registration marking is used as a call-sign, your first contact with a station shall be in the following form: ALL CHARACTERS OF THE AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION MARKING
  • When the term "Broken" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is: 5 TO 7 OCTAS
  • When the term "CAVOK" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the values of visibility and clouds are: VISIBILITY 10 KM OR MORE, NO CLOUDS BELOW 5000 FETT/GNDWhen the term "Scattered" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is: HALF OR LESS THAN HALF (3 OR 4 OCTAS)
  • When the term "Overcast" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is: 100%
  • When transmitting a message preceded by the phrase "Transmitting blind due to receiver failure" during an en-route flight, the aircraft station shall also: ADVISE THE TIME OF ITS NEXT INTENDED TRNASMISION
  • When transmitting runway visual range (RVR) for runway 16 ATC will use the following phrase: RVR RUNWAY 16 TOUCH DOWN METRES MOD POINT METRES STOP END METRES
  • When transmitting time, which time system shall be used? CO-ORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME (UTC)
  • Which abbreviation is used for "Co-ordinated universal time"? UTC
  • Which elements of a position report cannot be omitted ? AIRCRAFT IDENTIFICATION , POSITION, TIME
  • Which elements of instructions or information shall always be read back ? RUNWAY IN USE, ALTIMETER SETTINGS, SSR CODE, LEVEL INSTRUCTION, HEADING AND SPEED INSTRUCTIONS
  • Which elements of instructions or information shall always be read back ? SSR CODE, QNH, TAKE-OFF CLEARANCE, SPEED INSTRUCTIONS
  • Which frequency shall be used for the first transmission of an urgency call: THE AIR GROUND FREQUENCY IN USE AT THE TIME
  • Which information can aircraft in flight obtain by VOLMET: AVIATION ROUTINE WEATHER REPORTS (METAR) OF SPECIFIC ARPORTSWhich word or phrase shall be used if you want to say "Wait and I will call you"? STANDBY
  • Which is the frequency band containing frequencies of the Aeronautical Mobile Service? 118.000-136.975 MHZ
  • Which is the maximum distance at which you might expect solid VHF contact over flat terrain at flight level 100: ABOUT 120 NM
  • Which is the maximum distance at which you might expect solid VHF contact over flat terrain at flight level 50: ABOUT 85 NM
  • Which of the following abbreviated call signs of aircraft XY-ABC is correct: X-BC
  • Which of the following abbreviated call signs of Cherokee XY-ABC is correct: CHEROKEE BC
  • Which of the following calls is a "general call" ? ALL SATIONS STEPHENVILLE CONTROL
  • Which of the following calls is a "general call" ? RUNWAY VACATED
  • Which of the following frequencies is an international emergency frequency: 121.500 MHZ
  • Which of the following is the correct suffix for the ATC unit controlling the traffic on the ground at an airport? GROUND
  • Which of the following messages sent by ATC to an aircraft in flight must be read back?; 1 - "descend to (altitude) 3.000 feet"; 2 - "wind 240°, 15 knots, gusts 30 knots"; 3 - "turn right heading 210"; 4 - "reduce speed to 160 knots"; 5 - "squawk 1723"; 6 - "braking action poor" 1, 3, 4, 5
  • Which of the following messages shall a station in control of distress use to impose silence ? STOP TRANSMITING, MAYDAY
  • Which of the following statements is correct ? THE URGENCY COMMUNICATIUONS HAVE PRIORITY OVER ALL OF OTHER COMMUNICATONS EXCEPT DISTRESS
  • Which of the messages listed below shall not be handled by the aeronautical mobile service? RADIO TELETYPE MESSAGES
  • Which of these phrases is used if you want to communicate that a message: "Consider that transmission as not sent": DISREGARD
  • Which of these phrases is used to inform the control tower that a pilot perform a missed approach: GOING AROUND
  • Which of these statements best describes the meaning of the phrase "Standby" ? WAIT AND I WILL CALL YOU
  • Which phenomena will normally influence the reception of VHF transmission ? LEVEL OF AIRCRAFT AND TERRAIN ELEVATIONS
  • Which phrase shall be used if the repetition of an entire message is required: SAY AGAIN
  • Which phrase shall be used if you want to say : ''Communication is difficult. Please send every word or group of words twice'' ? WORDS TWICE
  • Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "An error has been made in this transmission (or message indicated). The correct version is ...": QNH 1017, CORRECTIOM QNH 1016
  • Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "I should like to know..." or "I wish to obtain..."? REQUEST
  • Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "Pass me the following information...": REPORT
  • Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "Yes": AFFIRM
  • Which phrase shall be used if you want to say:"I understand your message and will comply with it": WILCO
  • Which phrase shall be used to confirm that a message has been repeated correctly: CORRECT
  • Which phrase should a pilot use to inform ATC that he is initiating a missed approach procedure: GOING AROUND
  • Which phraseology is to be used to ask the control tower for permission to taxi on a runway in the direction opposite to that in use ? REQUEST BACKTRACK ON RUNWAY
  • Which phraseology shall a pilot use if he receives an instruction from ATC which he cannot carry out: UNABLE TO COMPLY
  • Which Q-code is used to report altitude ? QNH
  • Which word or phrase shall be used if you want to say : "Reduce your rate of speech" ? SPEAK SLOWER
  • Which word or phrase shall be used in order to repeat for clarity or emphasis ? I SAY AGAIN
  • Which word or phrase shall be used to indicate a separation between portions of a message ? BREAK
  • Which word or phrase shall be used to indicate that a change has been made to your last clearance and this new clearance supersedes your previous clearance or part thereof ? RECLEARED
  • Which word or phrase shall be used when giving authorization to proceed under specified conditions ? CLEARED
  • Which word shall be used to ask a station whether you have correctly received a message, clearance, instruction, etc ? CONFIRM
  • Which word shall be used to indicate that an error has been made in a transmission or message ? CORRECTION
  • Within the European Region, an aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR departure has to squawk 7600 and: MAINTAIN THE LEVEL LAST ASIGNED BY THE ATC FOR A PERIOD OF7 MINUTES AND THEN CLIMB IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FLIGHT PLAN
  • You have been calling a station without getting an answer. How long is it recommended to wait before making a second call? 10 SEC