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Helicopter A is overtaking Helicopter B. Which one has the right of way?
An aircraft is flying at 2300ft AMSL and 90kts IAS in uncontrolled airspace. In order to comply with VMC minima the required conditions are:
In UK Class D airspace, to remain within VMC minima below 3000ft AMSL when a helicopter is flying below 140kts IAS, the minimum flight visibility is:
If you are in distress what frequency do you transmit your call on and with what phrase?
How is operationally significant information for your flight, which is not covered by AIP amendments or supplements, made available?
What pressure settings are used to indicate respectively Height and Altitude?
What is a Control Zone (CTR)?
What is the purpose of an Aerodrome Flight Information Service?
Which of the following statements is most accurate in relation to the Pilot in Command (PIC)?
What classes on airspace are defined as “uncontrolled”?
In which of the following airspace classes does Part-SERA require a pilot flying under VFR below 3000 feet to keep the surface in sight at all times?
Regarding aircraft navigation lights.
Is a pilot’s performance affected by their personality?
How does the practical application of TEM (threat and error management) improve safety in the flight environment?
From the list below, what are the main dangers of fatigue? 1.A fatigued pilot may be unaware that their performance has degraded
2.A fatigued pilot may not accept that their performance has degraded when assessed
3.A fatigued pilot has reduced awareness
Which of the following are symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning?
How is an Error defined?
What is situational awareness
A false perception of the aircraft’s attitude and/or flight path is best described as:
What is true about the information stored in a persons “long term memory”?
How is a Threat defined?
Which of the following will increase the severity of and susceptibility of hypoxia?
What is aeronautical decision making
Wake turbulence is due to:
Windshear can be assumed when
If there is an engine fire the first thing to do
What sort of weather could indicate turbulence?
During a lift off you should be mindful of the recovery procedures for:
During forward flight which limitations and recovery procedures should you be mindful of which of the following: 1. High disc loading
2. Retreating blade stall
3. Loss of Tail Rotor Effectiveness
4. Mast bumping
5. Vortex Ring State
6. Vortex Ring State of the Tail
8. Engine failure
9. Maximum power
11. Ground resonance
12.Steep turns at high speed
What is the need for spacing between aircraft when crossing runways or lining up?
What are the symptoms of Loss of Tail Rotor Effectiveness (LTE)?
Why can rotor downwash be dangerous?
What are the most safety critical weather considerations when flying above mountainous terrain?
The load factor describes the relationship between…
The correlator (for pitch compensation)…
What happens to a helicopter during cruise when the cyclic stick is moved forward without other corrections?
Where does a geometrically twisted rotor blade have its largest pitch angle?
Which components do rotor blades made of synthetic material contain?
With increasing altitude and unchanged mixture setting, the air/fuel mixture…
How can the belts of a belt clutch be tightened?
Where does the condensation water converge in the fuel tank?
What is an Attitude Indicator?
How does an altimeter measure altitude?
What is a TAF?
Which conditions are most likely to lead to radiation fog?
An aircraft is initially flying with an indicated altitude of 4000’ on the regional QNH of 1019hPa in an air mass with ISA temperature structure. The aircraft transits into air where the temperature is warmer than ISA. If the QNH, altimeter and subscale setting remain the same, what will the aircraft’s true altitude now be?
What cloud name means “rain bearing”?
With what type of weather would “Lenticular” cloud be associated?
Unstable conditions are associated with…
In ISA conditions MSL temperature is
In ISA conditions MSL pressure is
Sea breeze is most likely to occur
Carburettor icing is most likely to occur
The fuel gauge for your aircraft is calibrated in US Gallons and indicates 12 Gallons. The fuel truck dispenses in litres. If you need 40 US Gallons for a planned trip, how much should you ask the refueller to dispense?
At what speed would you normally obtain the best range from a helicopter?
Which of the following conditions would have the greatest benefit on the helicopter take-off distance?
Having conducted a power check before landing, you find there is insufficient power to approach to an in-ground effect hover. Which of the following techniques would it be most appropriate to use for the approach and landing?
What information can be derived from the Height-Velocity diagram?
You plan to descend from altitude 4000ft when seven nautical miles from an aerodrome to be level at 1500 feet overhead. Assuming a ground speed in the descent of 90kts, what is the approximate rate of descent required?
Mass x Arm = ?
CG can be calculated from
Which of the following do not necessarily form part of your pre-flight planning
What is your MSA?
A aircraft is maintaining a compass heading of 318°C, the deviation is 2°E, the true heading is 340°T. What is the magnetic variation?
A aircraft is maintaining a compass heading of 215°C, the deviation is 3°E, the true heading is 208°T. What is the magnetic variation?
You are planning a cross country flight and require the pressure altitude to calculate TAS. Your planned altitude is 3300’ and the regional QNH is 992hPa. What is the pressure altitude for planning purposes? (1hPa = 30’)
You have a planned Track of 295o and the forecast W/V showed a 11o of left drift. What heading should you fly?
VHF Direction Finding accuracy is mostly affected by:
If the scale of the chart is given as 1:250 000, how many km does 5cm represent?
Any point on the Earth can be described based on the
Which of the following is not a navigation aid?
An aircraft sets heading overhead waypoint A at 1100UTC to fly to waypoint B which is 114nm away on a track of 230°T; the forecast met wind is 230/30, and the planned TAS is 100kts. What is the ETA overhead waypoint D?
An aircraft is flying between two points 120nm apart. After 40nm the aircraft is found to be 2nm to the right of the track. In order to route directly to the destination what heading correction is necessary?
How do the rotors allow a helicopter to fly?
What is a tail rotor for? 1. 1.To oppose the torque from the engine
2.To provide yaw control in powered flight
3.To ensure the helicopter flies in trim
4.To prevent yaw during autorotation
What are the freedoms of movement of a rotor head?
Total Drag is the sum of
One of the factors limiting the forward speed of a helicopter is?
Total Rotor Thrust opposes
Dynamic Rollover is
Overpitching is when
Tail rotor drift or translating tendency is
How is flapback corrected?
In the event of an engine failure in flight:
On what type of rotor head will you find a teetering hinge:
Washout of a helicopter main rotor blade is a structural feature which:
The pilot’s use of the collective and cyclic affect both the rotor thrust and disc orientation by controlling the main rotor blades via a system known as the:
The crankshaft in a piston engine under power:
The difference between a fully articulated rotor and a semi-rigid one is the:
The airspeed indicator (ASI) shows indicated airspeed (IAS) which is related to dynamic pressure. Dynamic pressure is sensed in the ASI by comparing:
Where in the transmission system is the clutch positioned?
After starting a cold engine, if the oil pressure gauge does not indicate within approximately 30 seconds:
The purpose of the carburettor is
Which of the following instruments are connected to an aircraft’s static source?