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REQUlATIO s

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AIR REGS 4
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. When refuelling an aircraft


0) No unauthoI'ised person v:i thin _..... J.f..r.L__..._....
__ .. ___ . __ __
b) ,,i'~O naked flame with in _____________.. _}.O. __[:L._.
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c) No sm 0 king \..J i t h i n __________.___ ..___._._.....~.Q.!':)_. __ __ ----_..
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ths ATC
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indi.cates --.-~-~-.~

c::

~:;:~;:~;;~~b~;~~;iii~fi~i~~:i~~;:~~
~ffiitted

oj

e{

within

distance of

5 Km

1 nm

5. The air space over Mathura refinery is a

~\
restricted area

;( prohibited area

c) danger a:-ea

6. The isola-ion period foi


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At an ae

rome a red square with t',.;o "el.lchT


s .... ~.~......--...... ~.....--.

~,.......~ir--;;

............. ,...... 1.,-""",,"

8. series of areen flashes directed towards an


aircra ft on the ground indicates ....... cMM."' ..~ __ ........
9. Officers belonging to Army/Navy/Air Force
a)

0{

can carry arms on board a civil aircraft


can not ~arry arms on board a civil aircraft

sic: k L1erson
not be carrj.e,j en j')Oanl an aircraft

b) can
carried on board an airera

d can
carri.'2d on board an aircraft, if

ac
ni(~d by an att.endant & certified by a
registered medical practitioner

Compiled by Wg Cdr KS SETI-{ (Rctd)

11. The certificate of air worthiness is suspended

a) after an accident
b) after unauthorised modification have been done
c} aircraft suffers a major defect
d) ...u. 'VI..( f...01.JVJ
12. The remains of a c.rashed aircraft can be

tampered/removed to

a) extricate persons/animals alive or dead

h ,\
1 G a ~ t- h ,.,
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t- 0 all 0"In d~ l' r +- a f f l' C
C)
take it tc; 2 niace of safet\'
d) o.,U (l)U c.cvuJ'
.
13. Afcer a forced landinc 2~ ai~craft can 1'/0 for
base for repair purpose wi~hout the permission of
the DGCA------ TRUE / F~
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14. An aircraft coming

rro~

15. Aircraft :!ying on

~ne

L.:....

Bombay to Delhi lands at


J~ipur d~e ~o hle~ther-. :::t_ can i/O aga~ Ylithout
L,e permlsslon or the DGCF.------- THl2rE/FALSE

same T-ack & level the


longitudinal separation is

;::>\
'.<0 ",-s
mt
.,:~/.J
91 15 mts

c) 05 mts

16. Aircraft flying on the same !r-ack & level when


. frequent position fixing 15 oC5sible [he

longitudinal separation is

a) 30 mts

b) 15 mts

c) 05 mts

d)

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17. The reciprocal tracks on a semicircular system


ria;re

18. In India

a) lc,n
b) 170
c) 290
d) 160
...)v

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L.llC

se~icir-cular

system starts from F/L

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19,/The rules for Public health were published in


tr) 1954

b) 1934

c) 1939

d) 1947

20,

~hich

aircraft may be on a collision course


~ aircraft on'the right with red navigation light
in sight
b) aircraft on the left \-lith red navigationliqht
in sight
c) aircraft on the right with white navigation
light in sight

21. The gre~n


vigation light is visible
~ 110 deg from forward to the right
b) 110 deg from -forward to the left
c) 110 deg from tail to the right
d) 140 deg
22. A light aircraft departs behihd a medium
aircraft the time gap between the Two is
a) 1 rot
g.{ 2 mts
c) 3 mts
d) 5 rots
23.

~abotage

of traffic refers to

pf operation of a commercialA/e of a

contract~ng

state to carry passengers/cargo between two


points within the territory of another
contracting state
b) operation of a commercial A/e of a ~ontract=-~g
state to carry passengers/cargo between two
points outside the territory of another
contracting state
'c) operation of a commercial A/e of a contract ':'ng
state to carry passengers/cargo to the territory
of another contracting state
dl operation of a commercial A/e of a contracting
state to carry passengers/cargo out from the
terri.tory of another contr~cting state

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24. Thresh hold is


a) beginning of the runway
~beginning of that part of the runway
usable for landing

c) a point wheretaxy ways meet

25. The displaced threshold is indicated by


~ ~vJhi to 14::m;s ~J_

Q1 green ld:ne~ J.:.olL;

c ) red .1::1-se:s ~ l;
.

d) ye 11 ow 1;' lle-5
~Lt l{;

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26. The displaced threshold is indicated by

a) white lights

b( green lights

c) . red lights

d) yellow lights

27. The end of the R/W is indicated by


a) white lights
a)/green lights ,
91 red lights
c ) yell 0\-,1 1 i g h t s
'8 ~or
~
. 50
;,\
50
,-.\
80
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the purpose of renewal of CPL


% of co-pilot flying is counted as PIC
%

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...."rnentt...... ........ J.,"


... ",;....
lnst-

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.............. _
'&'A.':;:'

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,....,....,,-nt-or<

"'-"-...Jl",.o4....L,c, ..... -.. .........

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\".01.......,

DTr

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% of co-pilot flying is counted as PIC

29. The ATC is to be intimated if the actual TAS


l~ more then the planned TAS by
~

b;
r-i
'- I

5%
7%
ln9.,
V

J.......,

30. An aircraft can be detained unc:ier which act

a..YS

b)

8 a

c)
0)

8 b

8 c

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31.Navigator is required to be carried on board if


a) for a distance of more than 600 nm nu Nav aid
is available on the route
~ for a distance of more than 600 nm nc
Navigation aid is available within 30 nm
either side of the route
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32. The lateral separation between


using VOR is
at a distance of 15 nm
~15 deg

15 deg at a distance of 15 nm
c) 30 deg at a distance of 15 nm
d) 30 deg at a distance of 15 nm
';!~
-' - '

aircraft
or
or
or
or

less
more
more
less

. The lateral separation between aircraft ..

using
a) 15
!}15
30
d) 30

NDB
deg
deg
deg
deg

is
at
at
at
at

a
a
a
a

distance
distance
distance
distance

34. The lateral separation


using DR Navigation
deg at a distance
~5
45 deg at a distance
c) 30 deg at a distance
d) 30 deg at a dis!:2.::'cc:
I

of
of
of
of

15
15
15
15

nm
run
nm
nm

or
or
or
or

less
more
more
less

between aircraft
of 15 run or
of 15 run or
of 15 run or
of 15 !!!!l o!:'

less
more
more
less

35. In class A airspace.


a) all flights are permitted
b?~onlYVFR flights are permitted
Q1 only IFR flights are permitted
36. In class C airspace
a) IFR & VFR flights are pe~mitted & are
subjected to Air Traffic Control
b) TFR flights are separated from otner TFR
flights & from the VFR flights & receive
information in respect of VFR flights
c) VFR flights are separated from IFR flights
& receive information about other VFR
~lights

-er} all an~ correct

, Compiled by Wg Cdr KS SETH (Retd)

37. In class D air space


a) IFR & VFR flights are permitted & all

flights are subject to Air Traffic Control


b) IFR flights are separated from other IFR
flights & receive information in respect of
VFR flights
c) VFR flights receive traffic information
~bout other flights
err all are correct
38. In class E airspace

a) IFR & VFR flights are permitted

b) all flights receive traffic information

c) IFR flights are subject to Air Traffic

Control & are separated from cthe~ TFR


tlights
&( all are correct
39. In a class F air space

a) IFR & VFR flights are permitted.


b) IFR fl~ght~ receive air traffic advisory
service
c) all flights receive flight information
~ervice on request
~ all are correct
40. Ip.a class G air space
a) IFR & vtR flights are permitted
b) all flights receive flight information
~ervice

~ both ar

on request

corr c t

41. In class B air space


..
a) IFR & VFR flights are permitted

b) all flights are subject to Ai~ T~affic


;;ontrol & are separated from each other
01 both are correct
.
42. All flights are permitted in which airspace

a) class B
b) class C & D
c)/lass E"F,G
~ all are correct

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Compiles by Ifg Cdr KS SEl'If(Rctd) .

AIR REGS - 5
1. An aircraft can fly
Thjs ar~ is called
.q!f restricted area
b) danger area
c) prohibited area
d) airfield area

witI~in

10 nrn of an airfield.

2. Penalty for carryi~g explosives or arms & giving


wr~~g statements

~ 2 years of imprisor&ent & fine

b) 2 years imprisonment

c) one year imprisonment & fine

3. Mails can be carried in the aircraft


permission of

a) DGCA

b) DDGCA

c~
e!')

~ith

the

DR&I

DG P&T

4. Photography at an aerodrome can be allowed '.... i th the


pel)H'ission .of
DGCA .
.

b) DM

c} co~~issioner of police

rrr

-. The C of A is deemed to be lapsed if


a} a modification is made without approval of DGCA
b) aircraft is involved in an accident
c)~ircraft suffers a major damage
~ all are correct
..
c. Military personnel can carry arms & aIT~unition in

an aircraft with the written permission of


a~DGCA

central Govt

Army HQ

dl ~one of the above

i;}.

c)

An aircraft has forced la.nded at an aerodrome. It


can take of again
) of the pilot is satisfied after an inspection
hat the aircraft is air worthy
with the permission of DGCA
c) with the permission of commissioner of police
d) any of the above

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Cotnpil~s by "$ Cdr

KS Sl:.TII(Rcrd)

8. On change of ownership the aircraft

a) can fly immediately

b-(' can not fly till registered in the name of new owner

c) can not f~y till permission is obtained from

central Govt

d) can not fly till permiss~on is.obtained from new

o...' ner

9. Landing & housing charges are charged as per the

a) AlYti of the aircraft at ;:!":e time of landing

~Xaximurn AUW of the aircra:t

c} :1urnber of persons" on bca:-d


0) navigation facilities used
lO.Route guides are required t~ be carriej in

a) all aircraft

b) all private aircraft

~aircraft involved in-scheduled cra~s?ort serv;~es

11 .. ;DC clearance is reqeired

a)/on a cross country


~

~~

be obtained

flig~~

for all aircraft cpe:rat:":-:g '.lIithin ADIZ

when returning tc base C~ the same day

it is not required when returning to base on


day

c)
d)

:~1e

.same

:2.Dead body or remains


a ~erson who has died 0: yellow
fever can be brough~
In~:a with the permissio~ of
a) health officer
b) Indian eIT~as~y a~road
C)
entral Govt
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13. The crew of an ai ....crc.ft s:-":::.:' d. not COf,su..rne c.ny c.: cohol ic

drinks
a~within

12 hours before :~e flight


in 'a' & during flig:-_:
cl within 24 hours befote :~e flight

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a s

.t"~e:1tal

patients car: rlet be .:arried in aD air-era: '- exc~pt when_


a) certified by an ~f? as ::~ to fly ~:thou~ ca~sing harm to

other passengers

by c.~
01 both are correct

b~accompanied

atten~ant

IS. Loose sheets of paper conta:ning printed matter can be droppe


frem an aircraft with the permission of
a)

DM

b:/commissioner of police

~ both are correc:

CO~piles by H'g Cdr KS SETJJ(Retd)

India the IFR & VFR flights


separated from each other
not separated
not separated but information is given to other aircraft

16. In
a)
b)
c)

17. The minimum number of Stewards/air hostesses to be carried

on board if the passenger carrying capacity is 63

a) 1

Q-(2
c)

18. Pilots leg book is to be preserved for

al 5 years from the date of starting the log book

b1'" 5 years from the date of last entry

c) till the pilot retires

19. Two white crosses on a signal square indicate

~)~area not fit for the use of aircraft

b1 gliding in progress

c) take permission before la~ding

20. over hilly areas


~2000 feet with
bl 2000 feet with
c) 1000 feet with
d) 1000 feet with

IFR fligh!:s require a vertical clearance


in 8 Km v,..,.;::
the position of aircraft

....
in 5 KIn of the position of aircraft

in 8 Km v,..,.;::... the position of aircra:t


in 5 KIn ,....f= the position of aircraft
'-J ....

21. Can tr.o~ .0 .air .tI..a.ic .ov.er ..an .aeI.odr.om..e bel.ow 3000 f e.e t
is by
a} approach control
g{ aerodrome control
Ci control area

22. Aerobatics should not be performed below


~2000 feet
b) 5000 feet
c) 4000 feet
23. R/T signal for emergency is
a} security
b)/Pan Pan
en Mayday
24 . Medical for a CPL holder lS valid for
a) 2 years
year

year if age is less than 40 years

d) 2 years if the age is less than 40 years

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.Compiles by ifg Ok KS SETH(Retd)

25. Over
a) an
bf an
c) an

Bombay aerodrome
aircraft can not
aircraft can fly
aircraft can not

fly VFR

VFR

fly IFR

26. Information has been received that an aircraft is about


make a forced landing. It is
a) alert phase
b) uncertainty phase
d distress phase
27. !alking about the ATS routes in India
~ domestic routes

b) international routes

c) any of the above

'w'

means

28. A new flight plan is required to be filed at an


a) uncontrolled aerodrome if a flight is delayed by more
than 30 minutes
M controlled aerodrome if a flight is delayed by more
than 30 minutes
,-'
-... , controlled aerodrome if a flight is delayed by less
than 30 minutes
29. Position report is required to be given when
2) crossing an FIR

b) over a compulsory reporting point


~)/if so required by ATC
Of all are correct
30. Check rides are not counted when
~~aircraft is phased c~t of service
~ when on a test flight
.
c) for flying club training aircraft
dl all are counted
31. Aerodrome data and fac:lities are given in
~~Aeradio
P"', AI P .

c)

Notams

" Compiled brWe Cdr KS SETH (Re:l.d)

.AIR RECS-6
Q-l

The Runway direction is measured \\~th respect to:

a) True Nprtll

o(Magnetic North

c) Compass North

d) Grid North

Q-2

An aircraft in circuit encounters RJT failure, how \\'ill the pilot acknowledge

the light signals received by him.

a) The pilot will pitch the nose up and down.

bf"'The pilot will rock v.ings.


.

c) The pilot will switch on/off the landing lights.

Q-3 Petroleum in bulk means:


a) Petroleum in receptacle 0[900 Lit.
orPetrol.eum in receptacle of more tban'900 Lit
c) Petroleum in receptacle of less than 900 Lit.
Q-4

Re4-PylOteciltlicafiight-giventollTI ailclafiiniligin by1he Connohower means.


a) Keep circling and give \vay to another aircraft.
b) )'ou can land here at this aerodrome.
.
e(Not withstanding previous instruction do not land for the time being.
d) ft means nothing to an rurcraft in alL

Q-5

In~bation

period for Relapsing Fever:


fl1 Eight days.
b) Six days.
c) Four days.

Q-6 Ifthere is a patient on board suffering from any Quarantinable decease, the
commander will sefu:1 lihealth report to the health officer,
a) 48 Hrs prior to the arrival.
b) 4 Hr:; prior to the arrival
c) 3 Hrs prior to the arrival.
i(2 Hrs prior to the arrival.
Q-7 A,~erson who has died of Yellow Fever. needs to be brought to India.
'6'f The bQdy.cannol be brought to India.
b) The body can only be brought provided it is hermetically sealed.
c) Provid,el1"the body is preserVed in a wooden box.
d) Provided the body is enclosed in a zinc box.

,Campiled hy Wg Cdr KS SETH (Rctd)

Q-8 Either hand along with the palm downwards and placed level with the
chest and \Yhen moved lateraJIv means:

,afCut the engines.

b) Slow d.own.

c) Chocks away

d) Means nothing.

Q-9 The highest point on the landing area is called:

at';\erodrqme elevation
'

b) Apron elevation.

c) Center circle of the runway.

Q- J 0 Anti collision light is a light:

a) Green in colour affixed on to the runway.

b) A red light on the port wing of the aircraft.

c?(' A red liglll \'isibJe 30deg above and below the horizon of the aircraft

which is visible in all directions.


q) The navigation lights of any aircraft are also called aoti- collision lights.

Q-I

The pilot of aircraft 1 sees a Red navigation of the aircraft 2 at a Relative


Brg of270.
:t('rhere is no risk of collision and both the aircraft should continue.
b) Aircraft 2 should alter its course towards left.
c) The pilot of aircraft 1 should alter its course towards right to avoid collision.

Q-12 An ~inmrft-is crossingyollT course from your left on righrangk You will be
able to see its:

a) Red ligllt,

b!Y'hite light

121 Green li,ght.

Q- J3 Operational Manual is:


a) Prepared by the manufacture and authorized by operator.
b) Prepared'by DGCA and authorized by the operator.
c) Prepared by the operator and authorized by manufacturer.
drPrepared by the operator and authorized by the DGCA.
Q-14 Any prisoner can be carried abroad or onboard any aircraft only if:
a) The prisoner is accompanied by an anned guard.
0emlitted by the DGCA in writing.
c) Permjtted by the District Magistrate,
el) Permitted by the Commissioner of police.

OaT

,,"CompiledhJ' Wg Ct/r'KS SETH (Ret")

Q-15 Leaflets containing printed matter can only be dropped from any aircraft in

motion if:

.arPermitted by the Dist. Magistrate or The Commission~r of Police.

b) Permitted by the DGCA.

c) Permitted by the DDGCA.

d) Permitted by the DR&I.

Q-16 An aircraft is commencing descend from its initial FL 290 over Palam

Airport. The altimeter reads 12000ft. The commander will repOit his vertical

distance to the ATC in terms of:

a) 12000' Altitude.

b{FL 120.

c) FL 290.

d) 29000' Altitude.

Q-17 An aircraft is following 020 Tr.(M). The choice of FL available to the pilot are:
eY50, 70,90, 150,170, 190,21 0,230,250,270,290,370A 10,450.
b) 55,75,95,155,175,195,215,235,255,275,295,
c) 50,7{),90, 1 10,130,160,180,200,220,240,260,280.
Q-18 All aircraft is following 220Tr(M) as per the quadrantal rule, the pilot must
choose FL between:
a} 179-269
b) 269-359
c) l80-269
d) ...Q90-180
~No~

IS

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Q-19 An aircraft is flying 5000' AMSL outside a control airspace.


The commander mustfly at all times under:
a) Aerodrome controL
oyF"L 50,

c) .5000' as Altitude.

d) 5000' as Height.

Q-20 For the FACILITIES the pilot should refer to: .


a) AlC
b)/"JOTA.M
e1 AlP
d) ?\OTAM CODES
Q-21 VOR gives separation of:
e(15 Deg for] 5 Nm.
b) 10 Deg for 5 Nm.
c) 10 Nm from a VOR.
d) It gives no separation.

Cphrpiled b)' Wg Cdr KS SETH (Reid)

Q-22 A NOTAM which relates to some repair lasting for more than 2 Hrs would
come under:

.,a-{A.: Series,

b) B. Series,

c) C Series,

d) 0: Series.

Q-23 A horizontal red square panel with one yellow diagonal means:

a) All VFR are suspended and rFR have been declared compulsory.

b) Landings Prohibited.

c) Aircraft are to land Take 0[1'& Taxi on runways and taxi ways only.

d-('Special precaution v,hile landing should be taken beCause of the bad

state of the ~!aneu\'ering area

Q-l-l Control zone refers to:

a) A corridor within a controlled airspace where Radio-Navigation

facilities are available.

b) A controlled airspace extending upwards from a specified

height above the surface of the earth.

controlled airspace extending upwards from the surface of the earth.

e1'A

Q-25 . ROUIes designated by the aiphabet W relate to:


a) \ \'orld wide routes.
~Dol1lestic routes.
c) Local routes.
d) international routes.
Q-26 Rules regarding demolition of obstructions caused by tall buildings and
trees are laid in:

~A.ircraft rules 1937.

b) Ai;-craft public health rules 1954.

c) Aircraft ntles 1994,

d) Aircraft act 1994.

Q-27 Before the first flight of the day it is whose responsibility to check the
seryiceabi/ity of the RT apparatus .
.a1l'he commander.
.
b) The Co-Pilot.
c) The radio ofiicer.
Q-28 Rules related to carriage of dead bodies in an aircraft are laid down in:
~Aircraft 'rules J954~
b) Air corporation act 1953
c) Aircraft authority act 1971.
d) Carriage by air act of 1972

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.Compiled by Wg Ctlr KS SETH (Retd)


0-29 Air hostesses are to be carried when the seating capaoity is:

a) 20 seats.

b} More than 20.

~ More than 10.

d ~ Carriage of air hostesses depends upon number of Passengers, not upon

number of seats.
0-30

The %age of Co-Pilot flying to be counted towards the renewal ofCPL as


PIC is:

a) 80%.

b) 30%.

~50%.
d) 100%.

Q-3t A fresh ADC is required jf

-arA flig\1t is delayed for >than 30Min at any intermediate airport.


b) A flight is delayed for> than I Hr at any intermediate airport.
c) 0!ot required if the flight is delayed but conducted on the same
day.

Q-32 The visibility minimaJor those Airlines who have not filed their own
Minima with the DGCA for an airport for Non Precession approach is:
a} ) 500'
b) ) 500meters.
c) SNm.

df3.7 Km.
Q-33

VFR flights outside a controlled airspace ata height above 5000' should

ye

not
carri.ed out if the visibility falls belmv:
~Km
.

b) 8Nm
c)5Km
d) 3Km
0-34 The IFR flight vertical separation minima over hilly terrain is:
a) ;000' ~Oethe highest-ebstacle within' a radius of SKm from the aircraft .
~2000' above the highest obstacle within a radius of SKm from the aircraft.
c) 1000' 9bove -the hi.ghest -obstade ,wltfiin a raditlsof 5 Nm from the aircraft.
d} 1000' ~bove the highest obstacle within a radius of 8Nm fi'om the aircraft.
0-35 Whil.ere-fuclingany unauthorized person should not be nea.r the fe-fueling
site \\'ithin:

a) 30 meters

b) j 5 feet

c) 30 teet

d.(;' 5 meters

,Cmnpuea byWg CilrKS SETH (Reid)


Q-43 Anticollision lights must be installed if the AUW ofac is
a) less than 5700 Kg
b("more than 5700 Kg
c) .more than 21000 Kg
Q-44 Anyrcraft can cross an ATS route with precautions such as
eJ cross the ATS route at 90 degrees & as in 'b' below
b) obtain permission minimum 10 minutes before crossing
c) look out visually for any other traffic
d) all are correct

Q-45 In eTA the VFR ceiling is

a) 2500 feet

b{' 1500 feet .

c) 3000 feet

d) 1000 feet

Q-46 When in an emergency'

a) squawk code 7600 on mode A

b) squawk code 7600 on mode B

c) squawk code 7600 on mode C

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Q-47 The responsibilities of ATC are

v.{1<
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AIR REGS

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1. ;., st(~c!dy '.... hitc 1':';~1t directed towards an aircraft


:'n f igh t n;.::ans
.-,\ land :.!t th.:5 ilercdrome & proc'2cd to the apIor:
,i
~ ";;(:; :i(~ pJ()I-: ]01 t~d
__ ......;:.:.u~;: tc t::c: st.G!~ting point

yello\-:
2~

eXC~~~5G

caution

UI

Lake

is .prohibited

~fi

wh~le

landing

::::) 2.2:.r::'i}. :.<:: pi:ok.b:i. ted


~ ::. ~!;'.;.~ !,,:; jl}: 0:: ~ i.:, i tee. [. pr'ohibi t ion is 1 i ke ly to

3.

:~tLe~
~~I

"C~

~ .eery"
dl all
4. T,;o

l~ia~~

agai~st

yellow background means

to be made here

!.'':';Jo'J':::'S

:..:: ;:'.. ::'-:.: :':') i:;:J alL tro.!:ic services

:~~

d:i.git~

9r~unj,
~:.f

~n

ilCC':.;':.;;'Lr

~~OV0

.~n

are correct

blac~:

d:~~l~yGd

colour against a yellm: .IJ.a.cr.:

~'2rtjc~l~yindicatGs

() ~~':~o(l

~ Dir(;~:: i.~.1~1 :0: :::aJ.:~'

off

5. DlsPfaced t~:H'.:<;nold i.5 indicated by


a} \~:li t{: 1 '{,~J!'lt sin ~'.t r(j\.v
:.' i

r, .;\ " !, i ; j

vr
. . . """'iL ...
- '/g _.
rC'[.'"
6.

r'_~stress

c)

:;

~.:.~r!:-: ~

G1'" droPI;<;'..j

b)

__
i 1-"'11..
""11 S

to be

.j

1_ I'J.

T.
c.1'.

(J \"

rC)\'1

.is

:.:". ;_'-:,~ l;::raci1Ut{~ fJ.arES


firi.!ij 0: ~vbitl2 j)Yl:()'.:ecbni("'a1. lights
SliCC",;::"';::.i on ,
firi~lg ( ) f ~;r'::~~. . !~ j)y'-rtcc:hf\ic:a"l. 1 i(Jhts

2rl

"

;'C;:..;.L._

...

7. Series of ,.proj ectiles :fired .at an interval of 10


second. on..jbll~sti Dg show; Dg r.ed.. &.. green. s.t.~ or

lights i]ldicate I
!
!
a} ai1:.cI7Cl;ft ~s :~n. distress. but noi4uned.fat.e
assisti:mce; i.ls .reQl.1ired
'
i
b} airctafe i:s 'lin distress and ~nmted~ate
assistance ik reguired
c) aircraft i's flying: over or in the 'vicinit".o.f
a pr?hibited:area
~aircraft is flying over or in the vicinitr of
/ a prohibited area, restricted area or danger
.a.:::ea

8-. WBathe.r minima in_VMC belm-l 3000 feet.in.a

control+ed air space is

al. visibW-ity ...B.Km

~yisipility 5 KID

c} visibility. 1 ~.5 KIn

d) visibilit~ 300 meters

9. As regards Air services transit agreement India is


d.

sionatory

~ tr:ue

b) ~alse

LO_In the above question the privileges are

11. The ~irc.r.af.t ...r:.e.,qist...r:.atiun .iL. ..:m.ar.king-pr.o..ce.dures

.ar.e

g~7 in I<;AO ._2\nneirure


b)

11

d) 18
c)

L2 .. The navigation lights on anaircraft._a:t:".e


a) . ri.ght gre-enllQ <:leg, l-eft red, 11()' -deg
b) right green 110 d~.g,. left red .110 de.<J. & .r.e..ar
light :white 70 deg
l.ight green 110 deg, l.eft red.l1.0 deq.& rear

w-f

light white 140 deg

.' .' .\ ~l;;'~~


." ~.

iI.

13.!-'uel required for propeller driven airC+ft is


a) flight fuel + fuel for 45 min*tes
~flight fuel + fuel to alterna~e ~ f el for 45
minutes
i

c) flight fuel + fuel to alterna~e


fpel for

holding for 30 minutes + contlngency fuel

14.Track (H) is 200 the flight level to flyl


~ai"'3!&h:: is

Ihe

15f

a)

b) SO

75

c)

~80

transiting from quadrantal system to


circular ~:ystem, the aircraft should

i.l) c~im,~ bv :,00 feet

~ dcsc'~f:d -:":'y 500 feet

c) no change in flight level is require if RT

contact is maintained

15.~~i10
SGlid

16.Whilc transiting from semicircular system to


qut'1d:s,Pntal system., the ai rcraft should

M climb by 500 feet


,

b) descend by 500 feet

c) no change in flight level is require if RT

contact is main~ained
17.After being c!earcd to 12nj an aircraft fails to
land within 5 ~inu=es of the estimated time of
lallding.. It is t~r17~'~'C; 0.~~
a) dist~ess chase

b-(' alert pha~,e

INCERFA

d.' Searc:h

'c)

;:nent na tUl':'e
mere than 2 hours
t,n:: le~;::i than 2 hours

~ Ti".

reported
c) within 48 hours
(1'1

"s

......

oa~l;:
~..L _* .r

-.. ~...
<>
u.

n")<.:'";:'~,.
':"
'- ........ ~, ..J.. J_",
' "

:.: 1":'~Y

i:
'

~.

20.A fresh

fl~ht

plan is required when

a) a flight is delayed for take o.ff


o.r" a controlled flight is dela"'yed by more than
30 mlnut-es
c) a controlled flight is delayed by more than
60 minutes
d) an un-controlled flight is delayed by more
than 30 minutes
2.l.Tokyo Convention Act 1975 is applicable .to
a) all aircraft registered in Ind{a
b). all aircraft registered in India & Military
aircraft & State aircraft
~al.l aircraft ~hether registered in India or
nc: except Hilitary aircraft & State aircraft
d) all ,aircraft whether registered in India ~r
not.

22.F.erodro:ne operation minima is given by. the

a) DGCA

b) pDerator

efOperator & 1S approved by DGCA

d) lncia Met Department

23.For carriage of arms &

a~~unition

on

bDard-~n

aircraf~

a) permission
bJ permission
.;("per:!llssion
dJ )permission

from DGCA is .requir.ed


from Army aQ. is required
from Central Govt. is required
from o~eIator is required

. 24._For. flights of.. foreign military aircr.af.t .OJ.z-er


India cl~arance is.reguired from

a) centr~lG0vt.
b) DGCA

or Air
25.The

Headquarters

~ircraft

Act 1934 is applicaLle to

26.The aircraft registered in Category A bel~ng to


i

.-

'

'

.'27 .Aeria1 worl1'airc~aft

).

. ... ,.'

1 . ,

means . _ .... ' .',.: . .


.~~ ~~ ~ d-ot.o ~ -V1~ ~ ~

? H h t n 11 pllrn j
<to c} L OV"\ou..

29.The

II

~inimurn

hlllk~ mt~ilf15

age for the issue of CPL is IV


;

30" Photography at an aerodrome can be permi.t.ted hy


a)

DGCAtnDGCA

hI Director of regulation & inspection (DR&I)


~} Controller of aerodromes
J(All
.. ,,
(:.;

of the operation crew shall consume any


drink or narcotic drug with ip a period
0:.....12........ Hours before flight & ~J&tvr
. .

:31.::.:;;

;:::,::::'.~:cr

~120h01ic

32.Epilptic patients can be carried on board


"~~Vl' 01",0.'
n:;li. ,,,,, '.~,i_ .....-,;,., I;u.., . rr . f
t-' ......'
U -'
,.....8".>'K.w. ~-."'f"V'!.~..,-tl..~
3 3.

.;~:ile :-Gf~,21ing
;::,~~~.o~:
"hi",
_-'-_v
..c .... Wlt..,
.....

:>1.
0'"

':':J.

an aircraft no naked flame is


;'-i3,..,
c'!':;:.
... ance 0 f ................
M'.............................

12!rgestpolygon forming a danger, zon.e aroUJ."1.d


_
.:~ ~efueling aircraft is..~..~....~.~.~.. ~...~ ~~
~h.:~.

~W~~MMM.
,::,xcEfPt 1n an emer.gency

"I
f
.
drO'pping of, artJ.c .e.s rom
__ .. '.,
an aircraft is prohibi ted except..~ ..~...~..~ 0'\. ~

.. 36. If the age, of a .CPLho1der is more .than.40 .years


. "'tf~c val.idity of. medical, is for ....f?~ ...........

.' 37~Tne ..ce.r.tJ.i;icat:.e.c..f air --wo.ri:.b.i.ncs.<; c.a:c..be


suspended :or \.,.i thdra'V'lIl when
'j

. a)AJ<..~~~
.

0"\1'\\

..
'.

()~~~~GVU.~..ouJ .....

. , ' 38. ,.Pi16ts personal log book is to be p:ceserved' for


..' ..;...~~...~....~...<'-f..W" ~
39_ The minjmum height to be flm..,rn i.n hilly ..a:t::ea:;; .in
.
2 I:>.JI).JJ_I<"~
_l._.. .... Il<:}L.,.:m;;~_
TL J.:~A~l ...~.
_L r.
~,,-~o-t
2',;:
......

fLi gn
.t
. . IFR
,,_
S"I\M

I'

40 . A."l aircraft flies away from base. ThE: daily


inspection is valid for ..a.....~...~...:S.. cW.Y.p..Ql....I.l.~.ot

~~WVl~

6
)

..

41. IsoJ..4-tion.<period for yellow fever is


42. The thickness of transition layer is

43. The ~VR.is measured at a height of .._.

44_ The F.DTL

days
/OO()- liJ.t....
) i) I

;s

.applicable1or
a) sche~uled flights only
b} SCheouled flights & training
of ~l flights

fl~ghts

fr:.esh flight plan is required far scheduJ.-ed


fligtts if the flight is delayed by more than
a) One h011r
l;;{ 30 minutes
c) '1\.:0 ho.llrs
d) ~~ays irrespective OL the time delay

45.J:..

46. hIl a 'r.c.r.a ft. ...w.ao.ts.....to ..indicate.J:l1e .d iff j

elJ] .ties
which compel it to land without requiring
assis:aryce will do so by
a) firing red pyrotechnical lights
b) firing red [. green 'pyrotechnical lights
c( firibg whi te pyrotechnical lights or by
repeateq .switching ON & OFF of the .lariding
light at navigation lights

47.Cabotage .of traffic means


..... .............................."' ............................ ............................................ _......................................................

,18. }\ircraft is heading North & sees green navigation


light of another aircraft at a relstive bearing of
045. th~.';'i rc.raft
a) ar::e on.. a collision. cou..r::.se
bY ar~ pot . on ...a ..calli.sion .co.urse
c) Could be on a collision course
.

~.~.-

4 9 iAbov~ ...fli-ght ..ly.l .29-0. the v-ertic..ql .. clar.ance


bet\veell.. a i t;cra ft on. l:ecipr.:ocal t.I:acks is
a) lOOOrfeet
:g.{ 2000 teet
c)

4000._..feet

50 -LatE7=ll separation. usingVOR .is


.;aIf 15 d~g at distance of more than 15 run,
I

b} 30 deg at distance of more thanl?


c) LO degat. dist.ance.of mor.:e than 15

I .

~.

run.

I
7

1
i

.L

51.The wreck3Qe of a crashed aircraft on R!W can be


re..t1oved

a) extricate dead animaLs &- pe:r:sans!

b) extricate animals , pe~sons, dead or alive

to permiL movement of other aircraft

en

52.An aircraft lands at an uncontrolled aerodrome can


ta ke off again

a) with the pp.rmission of DGCA

e{ with~ut any permission of DGCA

c) only if r.h2F is no injury to anyone

53.\';2.;:,,:

51.

tllrbu1{~::i:'2

sc~narati.on

i;].'C:il):I: ,-:~~-(-r<::"t:

i'i

\:~.~:.ke

minjma for Take Off,

if

iz:; to TflKP. Off hehind a heavy

S(~!lE:

~,

turb:: >:'::.C8
J:"() t j on minim for
if

c lic:ht aircJ,'cJ.ft ':s to tArtk-e ~l: behind a heavy or

2 mic:.:::c;s

3 w..ir::, t i:'~:

ci

a)

min~:,es

par-allel

5::-L\\'1:i!..c ta;':~~,,] ,~tf from UI(! same R/i4 or


1cs~:;

<jt

U:C;i~

ICC:

!1!\'~!-r:..:s

~rV'lt-t.,

(:I

!i0h~:

R/W
or a !l1Briium

a i:-craft: ta~:.i,~lQ 0::;: b'2hind a heavy aircraft:, the


separation miniraa is
:a{ 2 minutes.

ol 3 mipute5

c)

5 mi.nllt-es

56.While taking aff from thR same R/W or parallel R!W


at less than 760 ~e~~rs Rpart, a light aircraft
taking off l-:rhilld a Tn<:diwn .~Jircr.aft,
sf'oc)rrltion lllir:jr~'':l is
--,/ 2 nLLl1u t ~~s

6'}
oj

the

:1 mi rr':'(';,:

c) ;) minutes

57.Thereviserl ETA is to he pnsscd to thn ATe if the


actual TAS differs from the planned ThS by

Iii/{"
b)

5%

10%

cJ 20%

~ II

:.!:!

58:.prisf,lers
.

i:a7 b,e Ie,arri~d

0,

.Wi~ ~~t~~I~!eJ~si.o~~,f

n
bOi?rdthe aircraft

COmmis,.s~onel' of . police

c) Controller 9f~jprisons

a{ DGCA;DDGCA,~R&I

,I, "

i r( ,"::
i <.
:

"

~I

.
'

b}

59. In I.?dia all '.-fli~t'S above which f1 ight level are


to be cleared IFR irrespective of weather
conditi9DS
a) 280
0{ IS0--J~
c} 140

60 The supersonic speed (mach no.} . is ...... 2 ..I.:.. ~t.'L ............

&

61.Chanr=s .in the frequencies/location of Nav 1'\.ios


are notified by

a) NotaIjUS

bf AIRAC . system

c) AlP ~ndments

d) F_era.di.o amendments

62.Defi~ di~placed tbr~shold


I

63 a.On the same aircraft you are making another flight

on the ~ame'cl9Y'

~ a fresh ADC clearance is required

b) a frfSh:ADC ci-eanallce is .not required

c) no Abc clearance is required

64. vJha t does the following marshalling signal

indicate
a} either arm & .hand level with shoulder..t ... hand
acro~ throat ,& .paint -downwards. '.....~.~...........
b) a rms ~,r.~pea ted:1-y crosses abov,e . .l:l.ead.....~..~_; ......;..
c) arms .-down ::palms faei~g outward, 'swing 'arms
ou tw!:ir:ds .......~ .. ~........................
d) armsr:dO'Vm. .palms faeing inward, swing arms
in".-Jat-ds ~_.~....~............
;!
,
I
e) arms {~WI1 .paim .towards. :ground .& ~p,
.I;;
down' s.everal
t~mes ..........~....~ .. ~..';.......
I.. .

\.
I
:
f) right: arM '-raised :.at ~el-bow -wl,th-pa\i"m4faci-ng

rw

1:0 rwhr:d

AM w4<t.n

l'

!
!
!

Compileil hy If'g Cdr KS SETH

AIR REGS

0500

1.

hred flag on top of ATC building means

a) Do not land

b) Do not take off

0{ Flying in progress

2.

an aIr route service letter 'vI' means

Western sector area

b: World wide routes

~ Domestic routes

~.n

a)

3.

Non scheduled flights can be made in India with a

notice of

24 hrs

b' 36 hrs

~72 hrs

a:'

4.

A person coming from Cholera infested area can enter

.:.:.:.d1a
a) Without anvrnedical certificate of vaccination
V Wi th a certificate of vaccination
c) If accompanied with an attendant
5.

Dead body of a person can be carried in an aircraft


aJ If sealed in a w00den box
b1' If hermetically sealed in a zinc box
c) Can not ,be carried at all

6.

Lateral separation using a VOR is


10 deg at 30 nm.
};;;};f' 15 deg at 30 nrn
~ 15 deg at 15 nrn
a)

7.

A::::-ea of Mathura reii,neryis a


ai Danger area
~Prohibited area
c) Restricted area

8.

The minimum distance an

in):ernC'tipnal bo~der is
nm
c) 10 nm.

~ 15

b)

20

11m

~ircraft

can fly from

Compiled by rig Cdr KS SETH

'I

9.

The control areawhi~h is in the vicinity of one or


more aerodromes is called a
a1 Contr9l a~e.ii
b) Control zone
c) Aerodromes control area

10. The air traffic service which prevents the collision

between aircraft is called


a) Alerting service
"b)" Flight information service
~ Air traffic control service
11. Prior to tak~ off the responsibility to check,the

serviceability of radio e~uipment lies with the


.;z.1' Commander 'of aircr:a:t
b1 Radio operator
c) Co-pilot
12. The authority to detain an aircraft is given in which

document
:=~Rule

8 of aircraft rules 193.7


Section 8 of aircraft act 1934
c) DGCA circular no.8

13. Aerodrome broadcqsting service is provlded by


a)

DyC}I,

b) Controller of Aerodromes
g( Airport Authority if India
14. If an aircraft makes a non prec~s~on approach the
. visibili ty minima applicable is
a) Given by the operator if filed by the .oper~tor
with the "DGCA
b) DGCA minima if no minima is filed by the" operator
with the DGCA
~ Both are correct
15. The visibility minima for Take Off if the aerodrome

is not equipped with radio aids


a)

b)

5 kIn.
2.7 kIn.

e{" 3 7

kIll

16. The visibility minima'for Take "Qff if the aeroIiome

is not equipped with radio aids


a)

c)

5 km.
2.7 'km.
3.7 kro.

.
17~

;rompiled hy Wg Cdr K.S SErif

The runway threshold lights.are


~Green~ ~~~
b) Blue

c) Amber

d)~

18. The threshold of runway is


a) The point where the aircraft lines up for take off
~That point on the beginning of runway used for
landing
c) The beginning of the runway

.-

19. ~ VFR flight can land at a controlled aerodrome if

"I.7isibili ty is
5 km or more
~\ 3.7 ~~ or more
c;/"S km or more
c.; . 1 .

20. -:::'he starb')ard navigation light is


- . Green 110 deg from ahead to the 2.eft
V Green 110 deg from ahead to the right.
,...
Green 110 deg from behind to the right

';

21. !he displaced threshold lights are

Eir1' Green
Blue
c) AIDber

oj

22. The duty time of the trainee pilot

~is c~lculated by the FDTL


bJ is not affected by FDTL

c) FDTL is applicable for scheduled flights on'::"y


23. A fresh flight plan is r.equired if at a c.ontr.o'::"led
aerodrome a scheduled flight is delayed by
a) 2 hrs
!:! 1 hrs

30 mts

24. Longitudinal separation between aircraft flying at

same .level & on tte same track is


aJ 15 rots
b) 10 rots if navigational ~ids permit frequent
/deterroinatiQn of posi tion & speed
e'} Both are correct
~he

Compiled by Wg Cdr K.S SErif

25.

Longitudinal separation between two aircraft .flying


at the same level using DME is
b)

20, run
10. run if- the preceding aircraft is flying at a TAS

of 20 or more faster than the aircraft behind


Both are correct

a}

26.

The vertical separation between aircraft on

reciprocal tracks above flight level 290 is

a) 4000 feet

,0{ 2 000 f'r t

c) 1000 feet

27.

Seriously sick patients can be carried on board the


aircraft
~if accompanied with an attendant
b) if certified fit by a medical officer
c) Can not be carried at all

28.

A prisoner can be carried on board the aircraft


the permiss-ion of
~DGCA
b) Central govt.
c) District magistrate
d} State gO,vt.

w~th

29. Tokyo Convent-ion Act 1975 is- applicablf1 to

a) All aircraft registered in India


b) All aircraft registered in India & Mili-tary
aircraft & State aircraft
~All aircraft whether registered in India, or
not except Nilitary aircraft & state aircra
d) All aircraft whether registered-in India or not
30. Wake turbulence

minima for landing, if


a light @!I a l!!eiJitWt aiTcraft is to- land behind a
heavy aircraft
a) 2mts

~ 3 -rots

s~paration

c) 5 mts

31. A pilot can fly an aircraft which is- ,not ente.,red


in his license for endorsement in the aircraft
rating of his license
a} with in Indian terri tory

~with in 5 TIm. Of an aerodfome

c) any .,:here

Compiled by II'g Cdr KS SETIf

32.If t~ere is a temporary change in the aeronautical


services it is intimated through

aJ .:C.mendlnent to AlP

.:..rc

b;

~;OTAl':

33.Changes in the aeronautical services which are

like:y to last for mc~e than 2 hrs are given in

.?-:::riE:s B

C .:-::ris5 G

34. :J::

:::-2.~d 2.

civi2. airc::aft the Air Force, Army, Navy

. per~::-,-!1el can

a' ~~t ca~ry arms

a~ all
b::::arry arms '.,;i th :he permission of DGCA
a/ carr':l arms ;../i th the permission of central GO-ITt.

35.A:~::-aft

36.~L

~5

incident mus: be reported with in

hrs

a:::::raf: accident :s to be reported with in

~2'; hrs
..: ':' l1rs
c) .,;3 hrs

37.:f na7igation lights fail at night then an aircraft


a) :0rcelandimmediately
h) ~se landing lights& continue to the destination
0( report to the nearest a~rQ,d.J::'ome & land
38.: a~ aircraft force ~ands at an un~ontrolled aerodrome
:c ca~ take off aaain
~a:ter permission from DGCA
h) after permission from the central Govt.
::) __ it is in a position to reach the destination
39. The F.:"C is' to be noti fied if the average TAS changes by

e-f:

tn..

\0 k;';;

Compiled by Wg Cdr KS SETH

.)
)
)

40.In India the controlled airspaces are designated as


w{ Class D
b} Class B

c) Class C

41. In India the ATS routs are classified .as


~Class D airspace
b) Class F a~rsp~ce
c) Class C alrspace
42.At an aerodrome tQwer
aJ Red & green beacon li.ght indicates that it is a
civil aerodrome
b) Red & white beacon Light indicates that it i,s a
civil aerodrome
~White & green beacon light indicates that it ~s a
civil aerodrome
43.The highest flight level that can be flown in India is
a) 460

~450
c)

400

44. The width oJ an air way is


i
a) 20 nm
bJ 40. nm
~20 nm overland & 40nm over sea
45.The international Air Transit agreement was signed oy
" a a t ...,1-.........
.
iBI,"t

I nOl
"""'~ .....__ l.ll __ ..L.._....
.
46. The ~varsaw Convention was .beld or
....

~ "."

.............. ~ ......

~.... "

..........

~."" ".~."."" " . " " " " " . " " " " "

" ..................................... 6 ............................................................... " ................ "

- ................-...........-"...--............ ....-..--.

............. .....................

"'-

-..-

.....-.....-..........-..................

4 7 The operatiqnal cOI:!,trol.is exercised by-\the


v( The operator
.
oj DGCA
c~ Air Traffic Control
48.The end of runway is indicated.by
a) vJhi te lights
b) Blue lights
0{ Red lights
49. The ope1:ational manual is p.r.epare<\ by
a) DGC.n.
b l Operator
dOperator & is approved by the DGCA
.

. . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . ..

---......... ..-.......... .............--....... ..


"

.. "' ..

Compiled by Wg Cdr KS SErH

50. The maximum number of landings by a pilot in one day


a) is not restricted for training flying
b} but if training is conducted after a scheduled
flight the maximum humber of landings is six
c) for a scheduled flight maximum of four landings
cl{all are correct

.,.-.

51.A pilot involved in an aircraft accident can start


flying again
a) When ever detailed by the operator
O{When cleared by the DGCA for flying after a
corrective flying training if necessary
c) ~'Jhen ever he is medically fi t
52. The operational control consists of'~'1-'~"~

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53.A Cessna 152 & a Boeing 737 are on a converging course

at same alti tude. vlhichaircraft has the Tight of r.-:ay


a) Light aircraft (Cessna 152)
b) Heavier aircraft (Boeing 737)
c} The aircraft on the right
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55 ..~ altimeter is set to QNH before landing in order to


a) Have clearance between aircraft flying on the
circuit
Q-(Have clearance from the obstructions on the ground
c) Reduce the, altimeter errors
56. While on a cross country over hilly"-' terrain the minimum
clearance required is
.
~2000 feet above the highest obstacle with in 5 D.ru.
of position of the aircraft
b} 2000 feet above the highest obstacle with in 5 nm.
of the desired track
c) 1000 feet above the highest obstacle with in 5 nm.
of position 'Of the '-aircraft
57.The aircraft public health rules were published in
which year
al 1937
o.r1954

c) 1934
58. A flight navigator is require to be carried on board
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