AIRLAW QUIZ

 All 74 Airlaw questions randomly picked with reference for answers

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#1. Microlight pilots fly according to the following rules:

See page 73 of Brian Cosgrove (8th Edition)

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#2. Which of the following is true when flying as high as possible (tick all that apply)

Select all that apply:

See Page 38 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#3. Who Do the CAA consider to be the responsible person for the aircraft?

See page 90 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#4. A NOTAM with a “Mauve AIC” indicates….

See Page 29 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#5. What does a Double White Cross signify?

See page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#6. An aircraft “Flight” is deemed to be :

Ref Page 78 of Cosgrove **Please Note that the ANO has a slightly different take on Page 12 (3.a) LINK

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#7. A White cross denotes:

See Page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#8. ICAO stands for

See this link  [LINK]

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#9. How many take-offs does a pilot need to have made since the last licence validation / GST?

See Page 73 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#10. Marshal Signal – the marshal has both arms out and crosses them above his head. This means:

see this CAA LINK or page 86 Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#11. In flight radio weather reports can be obtained from …

Please see page 13 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#12. How wide is an "AIRWAY"

See page 75 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#13. What does this signal mean?

See page 82 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#14. What is a TMZ?

Page 70 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#15. The “Distress” radio frequency is:

Page 136 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#16. When above 3000 ft, what clearance should you have vertically from cloud?

See page 73 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#17. Which is correct statement for Identification Beacons? (Choose all that are correct)

Select all that apply:

See page 87 Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#18. An accident report must be submitted to the CAA if an aircraft has an engine failure.

Ref Page 89 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#19. The traffic zone of a MATZ extends Up to _____ Ft and a Radius of ___ nm.

See page 77 of the Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#20. What does “Part-NCO” generally refer to ?

Please see page 18 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#21. Documents that must be carried when flying non-EASA aircraft in the UK (for UK Aircraft) Tick all that apply:

Page 23 of the SKYWAY CODE  [LINK]

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#22. Who Can give you a “basic service” on the Radio?

See page 88 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#23. To retain validation, a microlight pilot must have at least 1 hour’s instruction every year.

See page 73 of Brian Cosgrove (8th edition)

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#24. The minimum age to hold a PPL with a microlight rating is:

Please See section 3.2  Page 624 of the CAP804  LINK

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#25. How many FIS Regions are there for the Scotland and England?

See page 10 of the Skyway Code (Scottish Information and London Information) LINK

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#26. When below 3000 ft, the NPPL with a microlight rating allows the holder to fly microlights in a minimum visibility of :

Ref: Page 73 of Cosgrove ** This was recently changed from 3K and only shows on the very latest versions of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#27. A red Letter “L” across a white dumb-bell denotes:

See Page 83 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#28. NOTAMS Should be checked….

Please see Page 29 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#29. On the VFR chart the large digits in each box created by the lat/long lines, are known as the “MEA” The term “MEA” refers to…..

See Page 38 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#30. What is FIS?

Please see page 10 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#31. What is the current Maximum Take off Weight (MTOW) for a 2 seat Microlight

See page 70 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition (correct at time of writing – 600kg is on it’s way)

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#32. What is Flight Level (FL) 100?

See Page 109 Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#33. The NPPL microlight class rating is valid for:

Please see Page 72 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

#34. What does this Ground Signal Mean?

See page 84 of  Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#35. A Red Letter “L” and White corner markings mean a light aircraft:

See page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#36. Using a Listening Squawk is compulsory..

see page 12 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#37. If an altimeter is set to “Height” this will be what setting?

See page 109 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#38. When Following a prominent landmark, Pilots should keep the landmark what side of the aircraft?

See page 79 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#39. VFR flight is not recommended when the surface visibility is being reported as less than…..

See Page 36 of the Skyway Code [LINK]

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#40. Maintenance of correct registration details in respect of an aircraft is the responsibility of:

See page 90 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#41. All Permanent structures are lit over what height?

See page 87 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#42. An intercept aircraft in front of you diverts suddenly with an abrupt break away movement. This means:

Page 150 (Number 2) of the SKYWAY CODE LINK

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#43. Generally a microlight aircraft is…

See chart on page 17 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#44. What does this chart sign represent?

See Page 37 of the Skyway Code LINK

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#45. What distance must an aircraft maintain from any person, vessel, vehicle or structure?

See page 78 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#46. To attend and fly at Exhibition/Display events, approved by CAA, a microlight PPL pilot must have

See CAP 403 [LINK]

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#47. TMA is similar to a:

See page 75 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#48. If you travel overseas outside the UK you should carry the following documents:

See Page 89 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#49. What is a NOTAM?

See Page 88 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#50. How many hours must a pilot have flown in the previous 24 months to be able to revalidate their Licence?

See age 73 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#51. A ground signal flashing green light to aircraft means:

see page 52 CAA LINK

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#52. The new medical self declaration last until age:

See this link [LINK]

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#53. A White cross and a single white bar denotes:

See page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#54. If a Microlight pilot is intending flying 10nm off the coast, the following applies..

See page 77 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#55. Aircraft log books must be kept for a period after the aircraft (or its equipment) have been destroyed or permanently withdrawn from use. This period is:

See Page 74 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#56. As part of it’s equipment, a microlight must carry:

BMAA Link

Page 1 of TIL027

1. Introduction
1.1 All aeroplanes, whether microlights or otherwise have some kind of instrumentation fitted. BCAR
Section S as a minimum requires that a microlight should be fitted with an altimeter and ASI, along with
the minimum engine instruments required by the engine manufacturer.

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#57. The weather is cloudy and you can make out a green light through the cloud on your right hand side. The aircraft you are looking at is travelling :

Page 85 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#58. ANO stands for:

Page 69 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#59. A Chequered red/yellow flag denotes:

See page 83 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#60. This sign denotes:

See page 83 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#61. Which graphic means “Start Engine”

See page 86 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition or Page 57 of CAP637 [LINK]

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#62. VMC requirements stipulate that a pilot should remain how far from cloud horizontally when above 3000 ft?

See page 73 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#63. A transponder is required to enter a MATZ

See page 77/78 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#64. Flying on a “restricted” rating means you cannot fly when the cloud is below:

See page 72 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#65. Prior to performing any unusual manoeuvres, a pilot should perform checks, using the mnemonic:

Page 26 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#66. If you intend flying circuits, you would set the Altimeter to:

See Page 109 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#67. Yellow and Black triangular sections denote:

See page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#68. In order to carry passengers, you must have completed what….

Page 20 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#69. Which of the following records are compulsory to be registered in a pilot’s personal log book? (tick all that apply)

See page 74 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition or ANO Page 103 [LINK]

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#70. A White Disk ahead of the “T” cross-piece indicates:

See page 82 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#71. When an aircraft is overtaking, the pilot should pass :

See page 79 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#72. Personal flying log books must include details of:

Select all that apply:

See page 74 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#73. What does VMC stand for?

See page 92 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#74. A CTA is defined airspace from the surface to a specified altitude or Flight level

Ref Page 75 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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