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Sample of AVIATION LAW and OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES exam:

Q1Once a pilot is granted an ATC clearance for a SVFR flight to an aerodrome that is situated within a Control Zone (CTR), but then experiences radio failure before entering the CTR, s/he must:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - continue into the CTR and land as soon as possible. B - remain clear of the CTR. C - continue into the CTR, but obtain a visual green flare signal betore landing.
 
 
Q2For the purpose of submitting a flight plan, if there is not available at the departure aerodrome, an air traffic services unit; the flight plan should be submitted:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - two days before departure by post to the unit serving or designated to serve the departure aerodrome. B - in person to the nearest ATC unit serving or designated to serve the departure aerodrome. C - by telephone or teletypewriter, or if these services are not available, by radio to the unit serving or designated to serve the departure aerodrome.
 
 
Q3An aircraft stand may be defined as:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - a specific area on an aerodrome apron for the purpose of parking an aircraft. B - a mechanical device of metal construction used in the process of weighing aircraft. C - a designated area remote from persons and structures.
 
 
Q4For a PPL(A), one criterion for the re-validation of a single pilot operation, single piston engine rating is:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - within the preceding 3 months, the licence holder must undertake at least 2 hours of flying training with a qualified flight instructor on the type of aircraft to be flown. B - within 60 days preceding the expiry date of the rating, pass a proficiency check with an authorised examiner on a single-engine piston aeroplane (land). - within the 3 months preceding the expiry date of the rating, pass a proficiency check with an authorised examiner on a single-engine piston aeroplane (land) or a touring motor glider.
 
 
Q5The use of an IMC rating is:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - restricted to the sovereign airspace of the issuing State. B - now internationally recognised and may be used in any JAA participating State by multilateral agreement. C - restricted to the sovereign airspace of the issuing State. The use of such a rating in another JAA Member State's airspace requires the prior agreement of the State(s) visited.
 
 
Q6The meaning of large white diagonal crosses whose arms are at an angle of 45° to a runway or taxiway centre line displayed along a section of runway or taxiway, as indicated below, means that the:
 
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - section between the crosses is unfit for the movement of aircraft.B - airfield is closed.C - section so marked was a runway and is now a taxiway.
 
 
Q7After an aircraft has been weighed, the newly-prepared weight schedule must be preserved up to:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - the time when the next weight schedule is prepared. B - 13 months after the next weight schedule is prepared. C - 6 months after the next weight schedule is prepared.
 
 
Q8The privileges which may be exercised by the holder of a UK Private Pilot's Licence are listed in:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - Yellow section - Aircraft Information Circular (AIC). B - Schedule 8 of the ANO. C - Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP).
 
 
Q9When operating to a foreign country, the licence of the pilot in command must have been issued by:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - the authority of the country in which the aircraft is registered. B - the authority of any contracting ICAO State. C - the authority of any JAA contracting State.
 
 
Q10Which of the following specifies those aircraft which require a noise certificate and those which are exempt.
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - All sub-sonic aircraft having a take-off distance on a hard level runway in standard atmospheric conditions of 610 metres or less are exempt. B - As in 'A' with the addition of microlight aircraft which are also exempt. C - All aeroplanes except certain aircraft with short take-off and landing (STOL) capability require a noise certificate.
 
 
Q11In the event of an aircraft accident at a a licenced aerodrome during which injury to persons or damage to aircraft is sustained, whose responsibility is it to inform the appropriate authority?
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - The police. B - The pilot in command C - Any responsible person.
 
 
Q12If, during a daytime flight, an aircraft commander noticed that the aircraft's anti-collision light had failed, the ourse of action would be to:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - continue with daytime operations provided the light is repaired at the earliest opportunity. B - land as soon as possible and have the light repaired. C - complete the flight, at which time the aircraft must not be flown again until the light is repaired.
 
 
Q13ICAO under the terms of its Chicago Convention, agreed that the rules of the air governing entry of international air traffic into and departure from a foreign State are:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - international as agreed by all ICAO contracting States. B - those laid down by IATA in 1948 but now adopted by the Joint Aviation Authority (JAA) and ICAO. C - those of the foreign State in question.
 
 
Q14If an ATC clearance is not suitable to a pilot in command of an aircraft, s/he:
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - may request and, if practicable, obtain an amended clearance. B - may proceed in a manner which s/he considers safe and appropriate. C - must comply with the ATC clearance as the controller will be aware of the prevailing flight conditions together with the proximity of other traffic.
 
 
Q15ICAO recommends that a minimum of ______ shall be applied between a light or medium aircraft taking off behind a heavy aircraft or a light aircraft taking off behind a medium aircraft when the aircraft are jsing the same runway if the projected flight path of the second aircraft will cross the projected flight path of the first aircraft at the same altitude or less than 300m (1000ft) below.
Select the time that correctly completes this Statement.
  
 Answer AAnswer BAnswer C
 A - one minute. B - two minutes. C - three minutes.
 
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