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Avoidance
1.01 Which statement is true with
regard to aircraft converging at PSTAR Question
approximately the same altitude? Sections
(1) A jet airliner has the right of 1.0 COLLISION
way over all other aircraft AVOIDANCE
(2) An aircraft towing objects has 2.0 VISUAL SIGNALS
the right of way over all power-
driven heavier-than-air aircraft. 3.0 COMMUNICATIONS

(3) An aeroplane has the right of 4.0 AERODROMES


way over all other aircraft which
are converging from the left.
5.0 EQUIPMENT
(4) Aeroplanes towing gliders must
6.0 PILOT
give way to helicopters.
RESPONSIBILITIES
1.02 When two aircraft are converging at
7.0 WAKE
approximately the same altitude
TURBULENCE
(1) both aircraft shall alter heading
8.0 AEROMEDICAL
to the left.
9.0 FLIGHT PLANS
(2) the aircraft on the right shall
AND FLIGHT
avoid the other by descending.
ITINERARIES
(3) the aircraft that has the other
on its right shall give way. 10.0 CLEARANCES
AND INSTRUCTIONS
(4) the aircraft that has the other on
its left shall give way. 11.0 AIRCRAFT
OPERATIONS
1.03 When two aircraft are converging at
approximately the same altitude, which 12.0 REGULATIONS -
statement applies? GENERAL AIRSPACE

(1) Gliders shall give way to 13.0 CONTROLLED

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helicopters. AIRSPACE
(2) Aeroplanes shall give way to 14.0 AVIATION
power-driven heavier-than-air OCCURRENCES
aircraft.
15.0 PIE CHOICES
(3) Gliders shall give way to
aeroplanes.
Other Student Pilot
(4) Power-driven heavier-than- Resources
air aircraft shall give way to What Canadian student
gliders. pilots need to know

1.04 When two aircraft are converging at PSTAR References


approximately the same altitude, which Links and how to use the
statement applies? A.I.P. the CARs and the
CFS
(1) Gliders shall give way to
helicopters. Transport Canada Exam
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(2) Aeroplanes shall give way to Study guides and flight
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(3) Helicopters shall give way to First Solo Requirements


aeroplanes. Everything that needs to
be completed before the
(4) Helicopters shall give way to first time you fly an
gliders. airplane by yourself

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helicopters.

(2) Aeroplanes shall give way to


helicopters.

(3) Helicopters shall give way to


aeroplanes.

(4) Gliders shall give way to


balloons.

1.06 When converging at approximately the


same altitude

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(1) balloons shall give way to hang


gliders.

(2) aeroplanes towing gliders


shall give way to balloons.

(3) balloons shall give way to


gliders.

(4) balloons shall give way to


airships.

1.07 When two power-driven heavier-than-air


aircraft are converging at approximately the
same altitude,

(1) the one on the left has the right


of way.

(2) both shall alter heading to the


left.

(3) the one on the right has the


right of way.

(4) the one on the right shall give


way by descending.

1.08 When two aircraft are approaching head-on


or approximately so and there is danger of
collision, each pilot shall

(1) decrease airspeed.

(2) increase airspeed.

(3) alter heading to the right.

(4) alter heading to the left.

1.09 When overtaking an aircraft at your 12


o'clock position, at your altitude, you should

(1) climb.

(2) descend.

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(3) alter heading to the right.

(4) alter heading to the left.

1.10 Two aircraft are on approach to land, the


aircraft at the higher altitude shall

(1) have the right of way.

(2) overtake the lower aircraft on


the left.

(3) give way.

(4) complete a 360° turn to the


right.

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