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REVISION NO: I

JULY 12, 2010

CPL – RADIOTELEPHONY

1. The Q code on which height is based on airport elevation:

a.

QNH

b.

QFF

c.

QFE

d.

QUJ

2. When asking for a repeat of a message, you should say:

a.

WORDS TWICE

b.

REPEAT MESSAGE

c.

SPEAK SLOWER

d.

SAY AGAIN

3. The message “CHECK” to an aircraft means that you should:

a.

Confirm that you received and understood the last message

b.

Pass the required information to ATC

c.

Stay where you are

d.

Examine a system or procedure

4. The term “CORRECTION” is used when:

a.

The readback of a message is incorrect

b.

The readback of a message is correct

c.

The message has to be deleted

d.

An error has been made in the transmission and the correct version is…

5. Your action in response to the instruction from ATC to “RESET SQUAWK” is to:

a.

Set the numbers to 7000

b.

Reselect the numbers on the control unit

c.

Switch to standby and back to ON

d.

Press the IDENT button

6. Readability 2 means that your transmission is:

a.

Readable but with difficulty

b.

Readable

c.

Readable now and then

d.

Two way communications have been established

7. If you are unable to contact a station on a designated frequency you should:

a.

Try another appropriate frequency

b.

Start transmitting blind

c.

Land at the nearest suitable aerodrome

d. Transmit words twice

8. The definition of the instruction “MONITOR…” is:

Listen out on frequency Establish communications on frequency Watch out for visual signals on frequency You are being watched

9. Your reply to the message “REPORT FLIGHT CONDITIONS” should be:

VFR/IFR SMOOTH/TURBULENT NOT BAD/SO SO VMC/IMC

10. An example of a general call is:

STOP IMMEDIATELY I SAY AGAIN STOP IMMEDAITELY BRAKING ACTION UNRELIABLE ALL STATIONS GOOD DAY

11. The instruction “ORBIT” from ATC means that the aircraft should:

Carry out a go around Continue with 360 degree turns Carry out one 360 degree turn only Reverse the direction of the turn

12. The full range of VHF frequencies used for communications is:

3 to 30 MHz 88 to 108 MHz 108.0 to 139.95 MHz 117.95 to 135.195 MHz

13. The ATC message “DISTRESS TRAFFIC ENDED” signifies that:

All traffic are to end their transmissions All aircraft on the frequency are to change to another frequency Normal ATC is resumed after an emergency ATC is shutting shop

14. The phrase to use when you want to say “yes” is:

ROGER

WILCO

NEGATIVE

AFFIRMATIVE

15. The term “RECLEARED” means that:

Your last clearance is confirmed Your last clearance has been cancelled You may proceed as you please

A change has been made to your last clearance and this new clearance supersedes your previous clearance

16.

The definition of the phrase “STANDBY” is:

a.

Consider the transmission as not sent

b.

Proceed with your message

c.

Wait and I will call you

d.

Hold your present position

17.

The term “DISREGARD” means:

a.

Ignore

b.

Cancel the last clearance

c.

You have not been cleared

d.

Pay no attention to what I say

18.

The instruction from ATC to an aircraft to abandon its take-off includes the phrase:

a.

CANCEL TAKE-OFF

b.

ABORT

c.

STOP IMMEDIATELY

d.

YOU WON’T LIKE THIS

19.

The frequency on which ATIS can be found is:

a.

Discrete VHF or VOR frequency

b.

Discrete VHF only

c.

VOR frequency only

d.

Any ATC frequency

20.

When making a blind transmission you should:

a.

Transmit each word twice

b.

Repeat the message on 121.5 Mhz

c.

Transmit the message twice

d.

Wait for visual signals

21.

The selection of the code 7600 on a transponder indicates:

a.

Loss of communications

b.

Distress

c.

Urgency

d.

Hijacking

22.

An altitude of 13,500 feet would be spoken as:

a.

THIRTEEN THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FEET

b.

ONE THREE THOUSAND FIVE ZERO ZERO FEET

c.

ONE THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED FEET

d.

ANGELS THIRTEED POINT FIVE

23.

Your action in response to the instruction from ATC to “RESET SQUAWK” is:

a. Set the numbers to 7000

b. Reselect the numbers on the control unit c. Switch to standby and back to ON d. Press the IDENT button

24.

What cannot be left out from a position report?

a.

Callsign, Flight Level and Time

b.

Callsign, Position and Time

c.

Position, Time, Flight Level, Next position and ETA

d.

Your signature

25.

The phrase “BRAKING CO-EFFICIENT 20” from ATC means that braking action:

a.

Poor

b.

Medium to poor

c.

Medium

d.

Slippery

26.

The condition that describes the state of an aircraft in serious and/or imminent danger and requiring immediate assistance is:

a.

Urgency

b.

Flight safety

c.

Hopeless

d.

Distress

27.

The phrase used to separate portions of a message is:

a.

BREAK BREAK

b.

I SAY AGAIN

c.

BREAK

d.

UMM

28.

If a transponder is unserviceable before an IFR departure, then the pilot:

a.

Has to cancel the flight

b.

May proceed with the flight with ATC permission

c.

Has to fly low level only

d.

Should fly for another company

29.

The condition that defines the state of an aircraft in imminent danger is:

a.

Mayday

b.

Distress

c.

Pan Pan

d.

Urgency

30.

The time given in aeronautical communications is:

a.

Local mean time

b.

In minutes only

c.

UTC