AIRLAW QUIZ

20 Random questions with reference for answers

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#1. 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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#2. Generally a microlight aircraft is…

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

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#3. The “Distress” radio frequency is:

Page 130 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#4. 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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#5. 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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#6. What does “Part-NCO” generally refer to ?

Please see page 17 of the Skyway Code [LINK]

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#7. Yellow and Black triangular sections denote:

See page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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

Page 141 (Number 2) of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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#9. What does a Double White Cross signify?

See page 84 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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

See page 82 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#11. 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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#12. 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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#13. ANO stands for:

Page 69 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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

See page 79 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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

see page 52 CAA LINK

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#16. 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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#17. What does this signal mean?

See page 82 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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#18. What is a NOTAM?

See Page 88 of Brian Cosgrove 8th Edition

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

Select all that apply:

See Page 37 of the SKYWAY CODE [LINK]

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