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FLIGHT CREW LICENCE LAPSED FOR A PERIOD EXCEEDING

TWO YEARS BUT NOT EXCEEDING THREE YEARS MAY BE


RENEWED BY
1. PASSING AIR REGULATIONS EXAMINATIONS AND TEST
OF SKILL
2. PASSING TEST OF SKILL
3. PASSING ONLY AIR REGULATIONS EXAMINATION
4. PASSING ALL EXAMINATIONS

AFTER SUBMISSION OF A FLIGHT PLAN IF AN AIRCRAFT GETS


DELAYED, A FRESH FLIGHT PLAN MUST BE SUBMITTED IF THE
DELAY IS IN EXCESS OF
1. 30 MINUTES
2. 1 HOUR
3. 2 HOURS
4. 3 HOURS

ICAO ANNEX I DEALS WITH


1. AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INQUIRY
2. AIRWORTHINESS OF AIRCRAFT
3. AERONAUTICAL CHARTS
4. PERSONNEL LICENSING

URGENCY SIGNAL ON R/T IS


1. MAY DAY
2. PAN PAN
3. DISTRESS
4. THERE IS NO SPECIFIC SIGNAL OR R/T

WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE WEIGHT FOR AIRCRAFT


REGISTERED IN INDIA TO BE PROVIDED WITH RADIO
EQUIPMENT
1. 1500 KG
2. 5700 KGS
3. 6000 KGS
4. 10000 KGS

FOR THE PURPOSE OF RENEWAL OF A COMMERCIAL PILOT'S


LICENCE THE TIME SPENT AS CO--PILOT MAY BE COUNTED
TOWARDS REQUIREMENTS OF FLIGHT TIME AS PILOT IN
COMMAND UP TO
1. 80% OF FLIGHT TIME AS CO--PILOT
2. 70% OF FLIGHT TIME AS CO--PILOT
3. 50% OF FLIGHT TIME AS CO--PILOT
4. THE TIME AS CO--PILOT IS NOT COUNTED

ALL FLIGHTS MUST OBSERVE INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES


IRRESPECTIVE OF THE MET CONDITIONS PREVAILING WHEN
OPERATING
1. ABOVE FL 100
2. ABOVE FL 150
3. ABOVE FL 200
4. ABOVE 3000 FT WHEN OPERATING ON AIRWAYS

THE RIGHT SIDE NAVIGATION LIGHT OF AN AIRCRAFT IS


VISIBLE OVER AN AREA OF
1. 360 DEGREES
2. 140 DEGREES
3. 120 DEGREES
4. 110 DEGREES
SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES TO A/C IN CIRCUIT FROM
CONTROL TOWER MEANS
1. CONTINUE CIRCLING
2. RETURN FOR LANDING
3. EXERCISE CAUTION WHILE TAXING
4. HAS NO MEANING

SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES TO A/C ON CIRCUIT, FROM


CONTROL MEANS
1. CONTINUE CIRCLING
2. DO NOT LAND AT THIS AERODROME
3. LAND AT THIS AERODROME AND AFTER LANDING
PROCEED TO APRON
4. NONE OF THE ABOVE

A LETTER 'C' DISPLAYED IN BLACK AGAINST YELLOW BACK


GROUND INDICATES
1. PLACE TO REPORT IN CONNECTION WITH
COMMUNICATION SERVICES
2. PLACE TO REPORT IN CONNECTION WITH
AERONAUTICAL INSPECTION SERVICES
3. PLACE TO REPORT IN CONNECTION WITH AIR TRAFFIC
SERVICES
4. COFFEE SHOP

THE AGE FOR ISSUE OF PPL IS


1. 17 YEARS
2. 18 YEARS
3. 19 YEARS
4. 20 YEARS

THE AGE FOR ISSUE OF CPL IS


1. 17 YEARS
2. 18 YEARS
3. 19 YEARS
4. 20 YEARS

FOR PPL RENEWAL MINIMUM FLYING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED


IS
1. 5 HOURS AS P IN C DURING PRECEDING SIX MONTHS
2. 5 HOURS AS P IN C DURING PRECEDING 12 MONTHS
3. 10 HOURS AS P IN C DURING PRECEDING 12 MONTHS
4. 10 HOURS AS P IN C DURING PRECEDING 6 MONTHS

A JOURNEY LOG BOOK IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON


BOARD
1. PRIVATE A/C ONLY
2. PUBLIC TRANSPORT A/C
3. ALL AIRCRAFT
4. NOT REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON BOARD AN
AIRCRAFT

SMOKING IS PERMITTED IN A/C


1. IF IT IS PRIVATE A/C
2. IF IT IS JET A/C
3. IF IT IS PERMITTED IN C OF A OF A/C
4. IF IT IS PERMITTED BY THE MANUFACTURER OF THE
AIRCRAFT

COCKPIT CHECK LIST IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON


BOARD
1. IF IT IS PRIVATE A/C
2. IF IT IS PUBLIC TRANSPORT A/C
3. IF IT IS AERIAL WORK A/C
4. ON ALL A/C
IN ACCORDANCE WITH GENERAL RULES OF AIR, AN AIRCRAFT
FLYING OVER TOWERS OR POPULATED AREA---SHALL
MAINTAIN AT LEAST........
1. 2000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST OBSTACLE OR 1000 FT
2. 1000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST OBSTACLE
3. 1000 FT CLEARANCE
4. 1000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST OBSTACLE OR 2000 FT ABOVE
MSL

THE MAILS CAN BE CARRIED BY AIR WITH PRIOR PERMISSION


FROM
1. DGCA
2. DGP &T
3. AERODROME OFFICER
4. LOCAL POST OFFICE

A PPL HOLDER CAN FLY AN A/C AT NIGHT PROVIDED HE HAS


COMPLETED
1. 10 LANDINGS AND 10 T/OFFS AT NIGHT WITHIN
PRECEDING SIX MONTHS
2. 5 LANDINGS AND 5 TAKE OFFS AT NIGHT WITHIN
PRECEDING SIX MONTHS
3. 5 LANDINGS AND 5 T/OFFS AT NIGHT WITHIN
PRECEDING 12 MONTHS
4. 10 LANDINGS AND 10 T/OFFS AT NIGHT WITHIN
PRECEDING 12 MONTHS

FROM FLYING FROM HIGH TO LOW, ALTIMETER READS


1. TOO HIGH
2. TOO LOW
3. NO CHANGE
4. UNDER READS

TWO RED BALLS SUSPENDED ITS FROM A MAST, ONE ABOVE


THE OTHER MEANS ........
1. GLIDER FLYING IN PROGRESS
2. RUNWAY CLOSED
3. NIGHT FLYING IN PROGRESS
4. SEEK PERMISSION FROM ATC BEFORE LANDING

WHEN A/C SWITCHES ITS NAVIGATION LIGHTS ON & OFF, IT


INDICATES
A/C HAS SOME SICK PERSON ON BOARD
1. ITS ONE ENGINE HAS FAILED
2. WISHES TO GIVE NOTICE OF THE DIFFICULTIES WHICH
COMPELL IT TO LAND WITHOUT REQUIRING ANY
RESISTANCE
3. IT IS TESTING ITS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

AN A/C WITHOUT NAVIGATION LIGHTS


1. CAN FLY AT NIGHT
2. CAN NOT FLY AT NIGHT
3. CAN FLY AT NIGHT BUT WITH PERMISSION FROM ATC
4. NONE OF THE ABOVE

A PROHIBITED AREA MEANS


1. LOW FLYING IS PROHIBITED
2. TOTAL FLYING IS PROHIBITED
3. FLYING IS PERMITTED WITHIN 2 NAUTICAL MILES
4. FLYING IS PERMITTED WITHIN 5 NAUTICAL MILES

LANDING AND HOUSING CHARGES ARE PAYABLE BY AN A/C


ON BASIS OF
1. SEATING CAPACITY OF A/C
2. TARE WT OF A/C
3. MAX A.U.W. OF A/C
4. RUNWAY LENGTH AT AIRPORT
THE WIDTH OF TRANSITION LAYER IS
1. 500 FEET
2. 1500 FEET
3. 1000-1499 FEET
4. 1499-2000 FEET

AN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT SHOULD BE NOTIFIED TO DGCA


1. ONLY IF THE AIRCRAFT IS CARRYING PASSENGERS
2. ONLY IF THE AIRCRAFT IS SUBSTANTIALLY DAMAGED
3. ONLY IF THE ACCIDENT OCCURS AT AN
UNCONTROLLED AERODROME
4. ALL ACCIDENTS MUST BE REPORTED TO DGCA

WHEN TWO AIRCRAFT ARE ON CROSSING TRACK SO AS TO


INVOLVE RISK OF COLLISION THE FOLLOWING WILL GIVE WAY
1. THE ONE WHICH HAS THE THE OTHER ON ITS
STARBOARD SIDE
2. THE ONE WHICH HAS THE THE OTHER ON ITS PORT
SIDE
3. THE BIGGER AIRCRAFT
4. THE FASTER AIRCRAFT

A HORIZONTAL WHITE DUMBBELL DISPLAYED IN SIGNAL


AREA MEANS
1. PILOT TO EXERCISE CAUTION DUE BAD STATE OF THE
MANOEVRING AREA
2. AIRCRAFT ARE REQUIRED TO LAND, TAKE OFF AND TAXI
ON RUNWAYS AND TAXYWAYS ONLY
3. AIRCRAFT ARE REQUIRED TO LAND/TAKE OFF AND TAXI
ON RUNWAYS ONLY BUT MAY USE GRASS AREAS FOR
TAXYING
4. AERODROME CLOSED

RED PYROTECHNICAL LIGHTS FIRED FROM CONTROL TOWER


WHEN AIRCRAFT IS ON FINAL APPROACH MEANS
1. AERODROME IS CLOSED
2. GIVE WAY TO ANOTHER AIRCRAFT
3. AERODROME IS UNSAFE
4. DISREGARD PREVIOUS INSTRUCTION, DO NOT LAND
FOR THE TIME BEING

SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN


AIRCRAFT THE GROUND BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS
1. TAXI CLEAR OF LANDING AREA IN USE
2. RETURN TO STARTING AREA IN USE
3. EXERCISE CAUTION WHILE TAXYING
4. HAS NO MEANING

SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN


AIRCRAFT IN CIRCUIT FROM FLYING CONTROL MEANS
1. RUNWAY IS CLEAR
2. CONTINUE CIRCLING
3. CLEAR TO LAND
4. RETURN FOR LANDING
SMOKING ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT IS PERMITTED
1. PROVIDED THE OWNER HAS NO OBJECTION
2. PROVIDED PERMITTED BY THE AERODROME OFFICERS
OR CHIEF-- PILOT INSTRUCTOR
3. WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS IF NO PASSENGERS ARE
CARRIED
4. ONLY IF THE CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS OF THE
AIRCRAFT PERMITS

THE RESTRICTION REGARDING 125 HOURS OF TOTAL FLYING


DURING ANY 30 CONSECUTIVE DAYS AS PILOT IN COMMAND
APPLIED TO
1. AIRLINE PILOTS ONLY
2. COMMERCIAL PILOTS ONLY
3. TRAINEE PILOTS ONLY
4. ALL PILOTS

COCKPIT CHECK LIST IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED


1. ONLY WHEN THE AIRCRAFT IS BEING FLOWN BY A
TRAINEE PILOT
2. ONLY ON SINGLE ENGINE AIRCRAFT
3. ONLY ON MULTI ENGINE AIRCRAFT
4. FOR ALL FLIGHTS
THE LOWEST FLIGHT LEVEL THAT CAN BE FLOWN IN INDIA IS
1. 30
2. 40
3. 50
4. 45

THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF MEDICAL FOR PPL IS


1. 12 MONTHS
2. 24 MONTHS
3. 36 MONTHS
4. 48 MONTHS

AIRCRAFT SHOULD BE REFUELED


1. INSIDE A HANGER
2. INSIDE A HANGER OR BUILDING UNDER SUPERVISION
AFTER TAKING ADEQUATE FIRE PRECAUTIONS
3. IN THE OPEN
4. WHEREVER ADEQUATE FACILITY EXISTS

AN AIRCRAFT WITHOUT REGISTRATION MARKINGS CAN BE


FLOWN ONLY
1. IF THE SALE DEED IS NOT YET COMPLETED
2. FOR PURPOSE OF TEST FLIGHT ONLY, PRIOR TO
PURCHASE
3. IF IT IS USED FOR GOVERNMENT WORK
4. IF SPECIALLY PERMITTED IN WRITING BY THE CENTRAL
GOVT

PHOTOGRAPHY AT AN AERODROME CAN BE DONE WITH


PRIOR PERMISSION IN WRITING FROM
1. AERODROME OFFICER
2. DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION
3. CENTRAL GOVT
4. DISTRICT MAGISTRATE

MAIL CAN BE CARRIED BY AIR WITH PRIOR PERMISSION


FROM
1. DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION
2. DIRECTOR GENERAL OF POST &TELEGRAPH
3. AERODROME OFFICER
4. DISTRICT MAGISTRATE

NO OBJECT SHALL BE DROPPED FROM A/C EXCEPT


1. WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE COMMISSIONER OF
POLICE
2. WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE DISTRICT MAGISTRATE
3. WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE DGCA
4. BOTH A AND B

NO ALCOHOLIC DRINK SHALL BE TAKEN BY OPERATING


CREWMEMBER ___________ HRS BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF
FLIGHT
1. 12
2. 24
3. 36
4. 48

A PERSONAL LOGBOOK MUST BE MAINTAINED FOR ____


YEARS AFTER THE DATE OF LAST ENTRY
1. 2 YRS
2. 1 YR
3. 5 YRS
4. NO NEED

WHILST FOLLOWING THE QUADRANTAL RULE, IF THE


MAGNETIC TRACK TO BE FLOWN IS 345 , THE PILOT SHOULD
FLY
1. ODD THOUSAND OF FEET
2. ODD THOUSAND PLUS 500 FEET
3. EVEN THOUSAND OF FEET
4. EVEN THOUSAND PLUS 500 FEET

ARMS AND AMMUNITION CAN BE CARRIED BY AIR ONLY WITH


1. WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE COMMISSIONER OF
POLICE
2. WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE DISTRICT MAGISTRATE
3. WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF THE DGCA
4. BOTH A & B

THE `CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS' OF AN AIRCRAFT


SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE SUSPENDED WHEN AN AIRCRAFT
1. IS INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT/INCIDENT
2. IS MODIFIED OR REPAIRED WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF
THE DIRECTOR GENERAL
3. IS MODIFIED OR REPAIRED OTHERWISE THAN IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE RULES
4. ALL THE ABOVE

SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN


AIRCRAFT THE GROUND BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS
1. TAXI CLEAR OF LANDING AREA IN USE
2. RETURN TO STARTING AREA IN USE
3. EXERCISE CAUTION WHILE TAXING
4. HAS NO MEANING