option
Mi Daypo

Regulations 2

COMENTARIOS ESTADÍSTICAS RÉCORDS
REALIZAR TEST
Título del test:
Regulations 2

Descripción:
Commercial

Autor:
Trucha
(Otros tests del mismo autor)

Fecha de Creación:
02/02/2018

Categoría:
Otros

Número preguntas: 60
Comparte el test:
Facebook
Twitter
Whatsapp
Comparte el test:
Facebook
Twitter
Whatsapp
Últimos Comentarios
No hay ningún comentario sobre este test.
Temario:
Portable electronic devices which may cause interference with the navigation or communication system may not be operated on U.S.-registered civil aircraft being operated under IFR. in passenger carrying operations. along Federal airways.
A pilot convicted of a motor vehicle offense involving alcohol or drugs is required to provide a written report to the nearest FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) within 60 days after such action. FAA Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI) within 60 days after the conviction. FAA Civil Aviation Security Division (AMC-700) within 60 days after such action.
Commercial pilots are required to have a valid and appropriate pilot certificate in their physical possession or readily accessible in the aircraft when piloting for hire only. carrying passengers only. acting as pilot in command.
Aircraft maintenance records must include the current status of the applicable airworthiness certificate. life-limited parts of only the engine and airframe. life-limited parts of each airframe, engine, propeller, rotor, and appliance.
In what type of operation, not regulated by 14 CFR part 119, may a commercial pilot act as pilot in command and receive compensation for services? Part-time contract pilot. Nonstop flights within a 25 SM radius of an airport to carry persons for intentional parachute jumps. Nonstop flights within a 25 SM radius of an airport to carry cargo only.
Airplane A is overtaking airplane B. Which airplane has the right-of-way? Airplane A; the pilot should alter course to the right to pass. Airplane B; the pilot should expect to be passed on the right. Airplane B; the pilot should expect to be passed on the left.
Notification to the NTSB is required when there has been substantial damage which requires repairs to landing gear. to an engine caused by engine failure in flight. which adversely affects structural strength or flight characteristics.
The operator of an aircraft that has been involved in an incident is required to submit a report to the nearest field office of the NTSB within 7 days. within 10 days. only if requested to do so.
The carriage of passengers for hire by a commercial pilot is not authorized in a 'utility' category aircraft. not authorized in a 'limited' category aircraft. authorized in 'restricted' category aircraft.
Who is responsible for filing a Near Midair Collision (NMAC) report? A passenger on board the involved aircraft. Local law enforcement. Pilot and/or Flight Crew of the aircraft involved in the incident.
During a night operation, the pilot of aircraft #1 sees only the green light of aircraft #2. If the aircraft are converging, which pilot has the right-of-way? The pilot of aircraft #2; aircraft #2 is to the left of aircraft #1 #2; aircraft #2 is to the right of aircraft #1 #1; aircraft #1 is to the right of aircraft #2.
A pilot in command (PIC) of a civil aircraft may not allow any object to be dropped from the aircraft in flight if it creates a hazard to persons and property. unless the PIC has permission to drop any object over private property. unless reasonable precautions are taken to avoid injury to property.
What regulations are in the terms and conditions of a Standard Airworthiness Certificate? Parts 21, 31, 43, and 91. Parts 21, 61, and 91. Parts 21, 43, and 91.
While taxiing for takeoff, a small fire burned the insulation from a transceiver wire. What action would be required to comply with NTSB Part 830? No notification or report is required. A report must be filed with the avionics inspector at the nearest FAA field office within 48 hours. An immediate notification must be filed by the operator of the aircraft with the nearest NTSB field office.
To act as pilot in command of an airplane towing a glider, the tow pilot is required to have a logbook endorsement from an authorized glider instructor certifying receipt of ground and flight training in gliders, and be proficient with technique and procedures for safe towing of gliders. at least a private pilot certificate with a category rating for powered aircraft, and made and logged at least three flights as pilot or observer in a glider being towed by an airplane. a logbook record of having made at least three flights as sole manipulator of the controls of a glider being towed by an airplane.
According to 14 CFR Part 91, at what minimum altitude may an airplane be operated unless necessary for takeoff and landing? In congested areas, you must maintain 500 feet over obstacles, and no closer than 500 feet to any person, vessel, vehicle, or structure. In uncongested areas, 1,000 feet over any obstacle within a horizontal radius of 2,000 feet. An altitude allowing for an emergency landing without undue hazard, if a power unit fails.
Which is true relating to Airworthiness Directives (ADs? ADs are advisory in nature and are, generally, not addressed immediately. Noncompliance with ADs renders an aircraft unairworthy. Compliance with ADs is the responsibility of maintenance personnel.
Regulations which refer to operate relate to that person who acts as pilot in command of the aircraft. is the sole manipulator of the aircraft controls. causes the aircraft to be used or authorizes its use.
An airplane is converging with a helicopter. Which aircraft has the right-of-way= The aircraft on the left. The aircraft on the right. The faster of the two aircraft.
An aircraft carrying passengers for hire has been on a schedule of inspection every 100 hours of time in service. Under which condition, if any, may that aircraft be operated beyond 100 hours without a new inspection? The aircraft may be flown for any flight as long as the time in service has not exceeded 110 hours. The aircraft may be dispatched for a flight of any duration as long as 100 hours has not been exceeded at the time it departs. The 100-hour limitation may be exceeded by not more than 10 hours if necessary to reach a place at which the inspection can be done.
Which is required equipment for powered aircraft during VFR night flights? Flashlight with red lens if the flight is for hire. An electric landing light if the flight is for hire. Sensitive altimeter adjustable for barometric pressure.
Which of the following are considered aircraft class ratings? Transport, normal, utility, and acrobatic. Airplane, rotorcraft, glider, and lighter-than-air. Single-engine land, multiengine land, single-engine sea, and multiengine sea.
To act as pilot in command of an airplane towing a glider, a pilot must have accomplished, within the preceding 24 months, at least three actual glider tows under the supervision of a qualified tow pilot. three actual or simulated glider tows while accompanied by a qualified tow pilot. ten flights as pilot in command of an aircraft while towing a glider.
Operating regulations for U.S.-registered civil airplanes require that during the movement on the surface, takeoffs, and landings, a seat belt and shoulder harness (if installed) must be properly secured about each flight crewmember only. person on board. flight and cabin crewmembers.
Before beginning any flight under IFR, the pilot in command must become familiar with all available information concerning that flight. In addition, the pilot must be familiar with all instrument approaches at the destination airport. list an alternate airport on the flight plan and confirm adequate takeoff and landing performance at the destination airport. be familiar with the runway lengths at airports of intended use, weather reports, fuel requirements, the alternative available, if the flight cannot be completed.
No person may operate an aircraft that has an experimental airworthiness certificate under instrument flight rules (IFR). when carrying property for hire. when carrying persons or property for hire.
Which is true with respect to operating limitations of a 'restricted' category airplane? A pilot of a 'restricted' category airplane is required to hold a commercial pilot certificate. A 'restricted' category airplane is limited to an operating radius of 25 miles from its home base. No person may operate a 'restricted' category airplane carrying passengers or property for compensation or hire.
Each required flight crewmember is required to keep his or her shoulder harness fastened during takeoff and landing only when passengers are aboard the aircraft. while the crewmembers are a their stations, unless he or she is unable to perform required duties. during takeoff and landing, unless he or she is unable to perform required duties.
Except when necessary for takeoff or landing or unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator, the minimum altitude for IFR flight is 2,000 feet over all terrain. 3,000 feet over designated mountainous terrain; 2,000 feet over terrain elsewhere. 2,000 feet above the highest obstacle over designated mountainous terrain; 1,000 feet above the highest obstacle over terrain elsewhere.
Which is true with respect to operating limitations of a 'primary' category airplane? A 'primary' category airplane is limited to a specified operating radius from its home base. No person may operate a 'primary' category airplane carrying passengers or property for compensation or hire. A pilot of a 'primary' category airplane must hold a commercial pilot certificate when carrying passengers for compensation or hire.
In the contiguous U.S., excluding the airspace at and below 2,500 feet AGL, an operable coded transponder equipped with Mode C capability is required in all airspace above 10,000 feet MSL. 12,500 feet MSL. 14,500 feet MSL.
What is the maximum indicated airspeed authorized in the airspace underlying Class B airspace? 156 knots. 200 knots. 230 knots.
In accordance with 14 CFR Part 91, supplemental oxygen must be used by the required minimum flightcrew for that time exceeding 30 minutes while at cabin pressure altitudes of 10,500 feet MSL up to and including 12,500 feet MSL. 12,000 feet MSL up to and including 18,000 feet MSL. 12,500 feet MSL up to and including 14,000 feet MSL.
You are PIC of a flight and determine that the aircraft you planned to fly has an overdue Airworthiness Directive (AD). Which of the following is an appropriate decision? No maintenance is available so you wait until after the trip to comply with the AD. You make the flight because you can overfly an AD by 10 hours. You cancel the flight and have the aircraft scheduled for maintenance.
No person may operate a large civil aircraft of U.S. registry which is subject to a lease, unless the lessee has mailed a copy of the lease to the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch, Technical Section, Oklahoma City, OK within how many hours of its execution? 24. 48. 72.
For the purpose of airworthiness, a dealer registration certificate is the same as the owner's certificate when the aircraft is old and moved. traveling more than 150 NM. required for flight testing.
Required flight crewmember's safety belts must be fastened only during takeoff and landing. while the crewmembers are at their stations. only during takeoff and landing when passengers are aboard the aircraft.
A person with a commercial pilot certificate may act as pilot in command of an aircraft carrying persons or property for compensation or hire, if that preson holds appropriate category, class ratings, and meets the recent flight experience requirements of 14 CFR part 61. is qualified in accordance with 14 CFR part 61 and with the applicable parts that apply to the operation. is qualiefied in accordance with 14 CFR part 61 and has passed a pilot competency check given by an authorized check pilot.
Which is true with respect to formation flights? Formation flights are authorized when carrying passengers for hire with prior arrangement with the pilot in command of each aircraft in the formation. not authorized when visibilities are less than 3 SM. not authorized when carrying passengers for hire.
Which is required equipment for powered aircraft during VFR night flights? Anticollision light system Gyroscopic direction indicator. Gyroscopic bank-and-pitch indicator.
What is the general direction of movement of the other aircraft if during a night flight you observe a steady white light and a rotating light ahead and at your altitude? The other aircraft is headed away from you. crossing to your left. approaching you head-on.
To serve as second in command of an airplane that is certificated for more than one pilot crewmember, and operated under Part 91, a person must receive and log flight training from an authorized flight instructor in the type of airplane for which privileges are requested. hold at least a commercial pilot certificate with an airplane category. within the last 12 months become familiar with the required information, and perform and log pilot time in the type of airplane for which privileges are requested.
As a commercial pilot, you decide to start a small business flying non-stop tours to look at Christmas lights during the holiday season. Whit authorizations, if any, are required to conduct Christmas light tours? No authorizations or approvals are required if you hold the appropriate category and class rating for the aircraft that will be flown. You must apply for and receive a Letter of Authorization from a Flight Standards District Office. You must apply to the FAA to receive an exemption to carry passengers at night within a 50 mile radius of your departure airport.
When is preflight action required, relative to alternatives available, if the planned flight cannot be completed? IFR flights only. any flight not in the vicinity of an airport. any flight conducted for compensation or hire.
If a pilot does not meet the recency of experience requirements for night flight and official sunset is 1900 CST, the latest time passengers should be carried is 1959 CST. 1900 CST. 1800 CST.
What transponder equipment is required for airplane operations within Class B airspace? A transponder with 4096 code or Mode S, and Mode C capability. with 4096 code capability is required except when operating at or below 1,000 feet AGL under the terms of a latter of agreement. is required for airplane operations when visibility is less than 3 miles.
Regulations which refer to the operational control of a flight are in relation to the specific duties of any required crewmember. acting as the sole manipulator of the aircraft controls. exercising authority over initiating, conducting, or terminating a flight.
Who is primarily responsible for maintaining an aircraft in an airworthy condition? The lead mechanic responsible for that aircraft. Pilot in command or operator. Owner or operator of the aircraft.
Unless otherwise authorized or required by ATC, the maximum indicated airspeed permitted when at or below 2,500 feet AGL within 4 NM of the primary airport within Class C or D airspace is 180 knots. 200 knots. 230 knots.
Assuring compliance with an Airworthiness Directive is the responsibility of the pilot in command and the FAA certified mechanic assigned to that aircraft. pilot in command of that aircraft. owner or operator of that aircraft.
To act as pilot in command of a tailwheel airplane, without prior experience, a pilot must log ground and flight training from an authorized instructor. pass a competency check and receive an endorsement from an authorized instructor. receive and log flight training from an authorized instructor as well as receive a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor who finds the person proficient in a tailwheel airplane.
Pilots who change their permanent mailing address and fail to notify the FAA Airmen Certification Branch of this change, are entitled to exercise the privileges of their pilot certificate for a period of 30 days. 60 days. 90 days.
You are acting as a commercial pilot, but are not operating under the regulations of 14 CFR Part 119. Which of these operations are you authorized to conduct? Aerial application and aerial photography. On-demand, nine or less passenger, charter flights. On-demand cargo flights.
Which is true with respect to formation flights? Formation flights are not authorized, except by arrangement with the pilot in command of each aircraft. not authorized, unless the pilot in command of each aircraft is trained and found competent in formation. authorized when carrying passengers for hire, with prior arrangement with the pilot in command of each aircraft in the formation.
Portable electronic devices which may cause interference with the navigation or communication system may not be operated on a U.S.-registered civil aircraft being flown along Federal airways. within the U.S. in air carrier operations.
If an ATC transponder installed in an aircraft has not been tested, inspected, and found to comply with regulations within a specified period, what is the limitation on its use? Its use is not permitted. It may not be used when in Class G airspace. It may be used for VFR flight only.
Pilots and/or flight crew members involves in near midair collision (NMAC) occurrences are urged to report each incident immediately by cell phone to the nearest Flight Standards District Office, as this is an emergency. to local law enforcement. by radio or telephone to the nearest FAA ATC facility or FSS.
Who is responsible for determining if an aircraft is in condition for safe flight? A certified aircraft mechanic. The pilot in command. The owner or operator.
Approved flotation gear, readily available to each occupant, is required on each aircraft if it is being flown for hire over water, in amphibious aircraft beyond 50 NM from shore. beyond power-off gliding distance from shore. more than 50 statute miles from shore.
Which list accurately reflects some of the documents required to be current and carried in a U.S. registered civil airplane flying in the United States under day Visual flight rules (VFR)? Proof of insurance certificate, VFR flight plan or flight itinerary, and the aircraft logbook. VFR sectional(s) chart(s) for the area in which the flight occurs, aircraft logbook, and engine logbook. Airworthiness certificate, approved airplane flight manual, and aircraft registration certificate.
Denunciar test Condiciones de uso
INICIO
CREAR TEST
COMENTARIOS
ESTADÍSTICAS
RÉCORDS
Otros tests del Autor