LAW question pool

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Your exam will be 60 questions randomly drawn from this question pool.

1 What statement correctly describes VFR minima when flying at 3400ft AMSL and 700ft AGL in class G airspace?

A

    Vertical separation of 500ft from cloud and 8km visibility

B

    Clear of cloud, in sight of the surface, 5km visibility

C

    Vertical separation of 100ft from cloud and 8km visibility

D

    2km horizontal clearance from cloud and 8km visibility

 E

     
2 What statement correctly describes VFR minima when flying at 3400ft AMSL and 1700ft AGL in class G airspace?

A

    Clear of cloud and 5 km visibility

B

    Clear of cloud and 8 km visibility

C

    1000ft vertical and 2km horizontal clearance from cloud, 5km visibility

D

    500ft vertical and 2km horizontal clearance from cloud, 8km visibility

 E

     
3 What statement correctly describes VFR minima in class C/D airspace outside a control zone below 10000ft?

A

    Vertical separation of 500ft and horizontal separation of 2 km from cloud and 5km visibility

B

    Vertical separation of 1000ft and horizontal separation of 2 km from cloud and 5km visibility

C

    Vertical separation of 500ft and horizontal separation of 1km from cloud and 8km visibility

D

    Vertical separation of 1000ft and horizontal separation of 1 km from cloud and 8km visibility

 E

     
4 What statement correctly describes VFR minima in class C/D airspace inside a control zone?

A

    Vertical separation of 500ft and horizontal separation of 2 km from cloud and 5km visibility

B

    Vertical separation of 1000ft and horizontal separation of 2 km from cloud and 5km visibility

C

    Vertical separation of 500ft and horizontal separation of 1km from cloud and 8km visibility

D

    Vertical separation of 1000ft and horizontal separation of 1 km from cloud and 8km visibility

 E

     
5 What is the met minima for Class G airspace below 3000 ft?

A

    Clear of cloud

B

    In sight of surface

C

    5km visibility

D

    All of the above

 E

     
6 What are the VFR minima (ceiling/visibility) within a control zone?

A

    1500ft/ 5km

B

    1500ft/ 8km

C

    600ft/ 1500m

D

    300ft/ 1km

 E

     
7 What are the special VFR minima (ceiling/visibility) within a control zone?

A

    1500ft/5km

B

    1500ft/8km

C

    600ft/1500m

D

    300ft/1km

 E

     
8 What is the Daytime VFR minima (ceiling/visibility) at an aerodrome in uncontrolled airspace?

A

    1500ft/5km

B

    1500ft/8km

C

    600ft/1500m

D

    300ft/1km

 E

     
9 To enter Airspace that is designated Transponder Mandatory you need...

A

    A functional DME receiver

B

    A functional transponder

C

    Be able to maintain 90kts cruise speed

D

    An altitude of greater than 3000ft

 E

     
10 Below 10 thousand feet what is the speed limit?

A

    150 kts

B

    200 kts

C

    250 kts

D

    300 kts

 E

     
11 Restricted areas (NZ R...) conditions of use are...

A

    Entry only after authorisation from the administering authority

B

    Available to use without authorisation

C

    Available without clearance if transponder equipped

D

    Pilots may enter after accessing the risk - enter at own risk

 E

     
12 MOA- Military Operating Area (NZ M...) conditions of use are...

A

    Entry only after authorisation from the administering authority

B

    Available to use without authorisation

C

    Available without clearance if transponder equipped

D

    Pilots may enter after accessing the risk - enter at own risk

 E

     
13 Danger Area (NZ D...) conditions of use are...

A

    Entry only after authorisation from the administering authority

B

    Aircraft must be VHF equipped

C

    Mandatory transponder requirement

D

    Pilots may enter after accessing the risk - enter at own risk

 E

     
14 VHZ - Volcanic Hazard Zone (NZ V...) conditions of use are...

A

    Entry only after authorisation from the administering authority

B

    Available only during daylight hours and dimensions subject to change by NOTAM

C

    Mandatory transponder requirement

D

    Available without clearance if transponder equipped

 E

     
15 MBZ - Mandatory Broadcast Zone (NZ B...) conditions of use are...

A

    Broadcast position and intentions upon entry and a specified intervals when operating within the MBZ

B

    Anti collision / Landing lights on if equipped

C

    NORDO may enter but only under special conditions

D

    All of the above

 E

     
16 LFZ - Low Flying Zone (NZ L...) conditions of use are...

A

    Extend up to 500ft agl

B

    Pilots must obtain a briefing from the specified using agency

C

    Broadcast intentions prior to entry

D

    All of the above

 E

     
17 CFZ - VFR Common Frequency Zone (NZ C...) conditions of use are...

A

    Anti collision / Landing lights on if equipped

B

    Non mandatory airspace

C

    Broadcast position and intentions if radio equipped

D

    All of the above

 E

     
18 A control zone is a defined airspace controlled by ATC. It is always from ground level to a specified altitude around an aerodrome.

A

    False

B

    True

C

     

D

     

 E

     
19 An aerodrome that has an Aerodrome Flight Information Service in attendance can best be described as...

A

    controlled and attended.

B

    attended but not controlled.

C

    controlled but not attended.

D

    controlled only.

 E

     
20 What are the conditions of use of a TRANSIT LANE ?

A

    a clearance is not required but a transponder is required.

B

    a clearance is not required and any type of aircraft may use it.

C

    a clearance is required and any type of aircraft may use it.

D

    a clearance is not required but only specially authorised aircraft may use it.

 E

     
21 What does a C or D indicate when you see it on a chart depicting controlled airspace ?

A

    controlled airspace that is controlled by Radar (C) or no Radar (D).

B

    they indicate the type of separation Air Traffic Control applies between IFR and VFR aircraft.

C

    transponders are required in C but not in D.

D

    that there are differing meteorological minima required.

 E

     
22 You intend to fly to an aerodrome that has Aerodrome Flight Information Service in attendance. Which is correct ?

A

    I may just arrive unannounced as long as I join overhead.

B

    I may just arrive unannounced and join as I wish as long as I give way to other aircraft.

C

    I must give prior advice of my intentions and join as instructed.

D

    I must give prior advice of my intentions and join as I wish keeping a lookout for traffic and makin

 E

     
23 What class of airspace has no air traffic control?

A

    C

B

    D

C

    A

D

    G

 E

     
24 Class C airspace is...

A

    Available to VFR and IFR aircraft

B

    Controlled airspace that requires an entry clearance

C

    VFR requirements include minimum visibility and horizontal and vertical distance from cloud

D

    All of the above

 E

     
25 Which classes of ICAO airspace used in New Zealand require ATC entry clearance?

A

    C, D, G

B

    G

C

    A, C, D

D

    C, G

 E

     
26 A CTR...

A

    Is controlled airspace touching the surface of the earth up to an upper limit

B

    Requires ATC entry clearance

C

    Associated with aerodrome operations

D

    All of the above

 E

     
27 Class A airspace...

A

    Is only available to IFR aircraft

B

    Is controlled airspace that requires an entry clearance

C

    is high altitude airspace that has no speed limit

D

    All of the above

 E

     
28 Class D airspace...

A

    Is available to VFR and IFR aircraft

B

    Is controlled airspace that requires an entry clearance

C

    has VFR requirements including minimum visibility and horizontal and vertical distance from cloud

D

    All of the above

 E

     
29 Class G airspace...

A

    Is available to VFR and IFR aircraft

B

    Is uncontrolled airspace with no controlling authority

C

    VFR requirements include minimum visibility and horizontal and vertical distance from cloud

D

    All of the above

 E

     
30 A Microlight aircraft means a basic ________ performance aircraft designed to carry not more than ________ persons which meets ______ momentum parameters.

A

    high / 1 / low

B

    high / 4 / high

C

    low / 2 / high

D

    low / 2 / low

 E

     
31 A Microlight aircraft MUST have...

A

    an aircraft registration

B

    an accurate record of hours flown

C

    a record of repairs and maintenance

D

    all of the above

 E

     
32 A permit to fly inspection for a Microlight may be performed by ?

A

    a RAANZ Instructor

B

    a RAANZ Authorised Training Officer

C

    a Microlight Inspection Authority holder or LAME

D

    any of the above

 E

     
33 A Microlight requires a periodic condition inspection which is valid for...

A

    6 months

B

    12 months

C

    18 months

D

    an indefinite period

 E

     
34 What placards must a 2 place microlight display?

A

    Within sight of the pilot the maximum design or certified all up weight of the aircraft

B

    With in sight of the pilot the minimum and maximum payload

C

    Within sight of the Passenger a Warning stating that the aircraft does not require an airworthiness

D

    All of the above

 E

     
35 What are the minimum instrumentation requirements for all microlight aircraft ( excluding powered parachutes )?

A

    A means of indicating airspeed

B

    A means of indicating altitude in feet

C

    A means of indicating magnetic heading

D

    All of the above

 E

     
36 If a microlight aircraft is modified it should be...

A

    Checked by the local garage

B

    Reinspected and assessed by an Inspection Authority for compliance with 103.207

C

    Cleared by the manufacturer

D

    Approved by the local CFI

 E

     
37 No person may act as pilot in command of a Microlight aircraft unless the person has a current...

A

    Microlight Pilot Certificate or CAA part 61 license

B

    Medical Certificate

C

    both of the above

D

     

 E

     
38 A Microlight pilot may carry passengers when...

A

    authorised by an Instructor.

B

    the pilot has an Advanced certificate.

C

    piloting a two-seat Microlight on a good day.

D

    the pilot has an Advanced ( National or Local ) Certificate and has a Passenger Rating

 E

     
39 To operate any type of microlight as pilot in command you must have...

A

    The approval of your club safety officer

B

    A current medical certificate and current pilot certificate

C

    Be supervised by an instructor

D

    Passed all exams

 E

     
40 To operate a VHF radio in a microlight a pilot must have...

A

    A briefing from an air traffic controller

B

    A briefing from a flight instructor

C

    A pass in FRTO (Flight Radio Telephone Operator) examination

D

    The radio manufacturer's operation manual

 E

     
41 Microlights are not permitted to fly over ...

A

    hill or ranges

B

    water

C

    congested areas

D

    farmland

 E

     
42 As an owner/pilot of a class 1 Microlight you should have the following documentation...

A

    a certificate of registration

B

    a logbook for the engine, propeller and airframe

C

    A current condition inspection

D

    All of the above

 E

     
43 All operations of a Microlight aircraft shall be conducted...

A

    between Morning Civil Twilight and Evening Civil Twilight

B

    In meteorological conditions suitable for VFR flight

C

    5km visibility away from aerodromes

D

    all of the above

 E

     
44 Flying in cloud in a Microlight aircraft is...

A

    permitted in control areas and non controlled airspace

B

    permitted in control zones

C

    permitted if you have a radio and transponder

D

    not permitted at all

 E

     
46 What do the numbers such as 18 and 36 on a runway threshold mean?

A

    x10 for true heading

B

    x10 for magnetic heading

C

    runway length

D

    runway width

 E

     
47 Where would you normally expect to find a windsock when joining overhead an aerodrome?

A

    At the highest point

B

    At the windiest point

C

    At the tower

D

    By the runway threshold

 E

     
48 What does a white cross on a runway indicate?

A

    unfit for use

B

    gliding in progress

C

    land from other end

D

    helicopter landing area

 E

     
49 When two aircraft are approaching head on, each shall alter course...

A

    to the left

B

    to the right

C

    to climb over the other

D

    to descend below the other

 E

     
50 When two aircraft are on a converging course which aircraft has the right of way ?

A

    The aircraft on the left

B

    The slower aircraft

C

    The aircraft on the right

D

    The faster aircraft

 E

     
51 BEFORE entering a turn what MUST a pilot do ?

A

    apply a little more power

B

    apply a little aileron and rudder

C

    just turn because a Microlight turns comparatively slowly

D

    have a good lookout

 E

     
52 After landing where practicable, aircraft should turn to the ____ so that an aircraft following can land to its _____

A

    left/right

B

    left/left

C

    right/left

D

    right/right

 E

     
53 Formation flying with 2 or more aircraft is only possible if...

A

    the pilots have an Instructor's permission

B

    the aircraft are equipped with radios

C

    the pilots have prearranged to formate

D

    the aircraft are all class 2 Microlights

 E

     
54 A Microlight has right of way over all other aircraft because of the relative slow speed at which it flies?

A

    True

B

    False

C

     

D

     

 E

     
55 You are flying on a cross-country at 2000ft AMSL. You notice a Tow plane and glider at approximately the same height approaching from your left. If the chance of collision exists you should...

A

    maintain your heading because the other aircraft are to your left

B

    both alter heading clockwise and change altitude

C

    give way to other aircraft because of the glider on tow

D

    call other aircraft on the radio

 E

     
56 How do you overtake a slower aircraft that is on a similar heading and track ?

A

    either to the left or right.

B

    fly underneath the aircraft.

C

    fly over the top of the aircraft.

D

    keep the aircraft on your left.

 E

     
57 A VFR flight clear of congested areas must be not less than 500ft above any obstruction, person, obstacle, vessel or structure. What horizontal radius from directly below the aircraft applies?

A

    300m

B

    150m

C

    50m

D

    600m

 E

     
58 What type of flights may be conducted under a SARWATCH ?

A

    Local flights

B

    Flights to and from controlled aerodromes

C

    Flights operating entirely in class G airspace

D

    Any of the above

 E

     
59 What action will be initiated at SARTIME unless a SARWATCH has been cancelled ?

A

    A Flight plan will be cancelled

B

    ATC will advise your Instructor that you have landed safely

C

    Search and rescue action will commence

D

    An action report will be filed by ATC

 E

     
60 Pilots of Microlight aircraft may file flight plans with ATC for any flight for which they deem it is appropriate to do so?

A

    True

B

    False

C

     

D

     

 E

     
61 When must the pilot of an aircraft file a flight plan ?

A

    If a passenger is carried

B

    It the aircraft is hired

C

    When the flight is planned to proceed more than 50NM from shore

D

    All of the above

 E

     
62 You are arriving NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are in flight. What does a steady green signal mean?

A

    Cleared to land

B

    Give way and continue circling

C

    Return for landing

D

    Do not land here

 E

     
63 You are arriving NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are in flight. What does a steady red signal mean?

A

    Cleared to land

B

    Give way and continue circling

C

    Return for landing

D

    Do not land here

 E

     
64 You are arriving NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are in flight. What does a flashing green signal mean?

A

    Cleared to land

B

    Give way and continue circling

C

    Return for landing

D

    Do not land here

 E

     
65 You are arriving NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are in flight. What does a flashing red signal mean?

A

    Cleared to land

B

    Give way and continue circling

C

    Return for landing

D

    Do not land here

 E

     
66 You are departing NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are on the ground. What does a steady green signal mean?

A

    Cleared for takeoff

B

    Stop

C

    Cleared to taxi

D

    Taxi clear of runway in use

 E

     
67 You are departing NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are on the ground. What does a steady red signal mean?

A

    Cleared for takeoff

B

    Stop

C

    Cleared to taxi

D

    Taxi clear of runway in use

 E

     
68 You are departing NORDO at a controlled airfield and your are on the ground. What does a flashing green signal mean?

A

    Cleared for takeoff

B

    Stop

C

    Cleared to taxi

D

    Taxi clear of runway in use

 E

     
69 You are departing NORDO at a controlled airfield and you are on the ground. What does a flashing red signal mean?

A

    Cleared for takeoff

B

    Stop

C

    Cleared to taxi

D

    Taxi clear of runway in use

 E

     
70 How should you acknowledge receipt of light signals while in the air?

A

    Rock your wings

B

    Flashing you navigation lights

C

    Thumbs up out the window

D

    Click your transmit button

 E

     
71 How should you acknowledge receipt of light signals while on the ground?

A

    Rock your wings

B

    Move control surfaces

C

    Thumbs up out the window

D

    Click your transmit button

 E

     
72 If a Microlight has two pilots on board...

A

    the pilot with the most hours is pilot in command

B

    the most senior pilot is pilot in command

C

    prior to flight one of the pilots is nominated pilot in command

D

    the club instructor decides the pilot in command

 E

     
73 The responsibilities of the pilot in command are...

A

    a proper preflight inspection of the Microlight

B

    ensuring the correct loading of the Microlight

C

    ensuring sufficient fuel and oil for the flight

D

    all of the above

 E

     
74 The aerodrome chart for your destination shows Tower near the top of the page. This implies that...

A

    ATC or Flight Service will be in attendance and a clearance will be required.

B

    ATC is in attendance and a clearance will be required 24 hours a day.

C

    a Flight Service will be in attendance and a clearance will be required.

D

    ATC will be in attendance during promulgated hours and a clearance is required during these hours.

 E

     
75 How do you determine runway circuit direction on a landing chart?

A

    LH unless indicated by arrows

B

    always LH

C

    doesn't matter

D

    always RH

 E

     
76 Where can you find details of fuel and other facilities at an aerodrome?

A

    Aeronautical charts

B

    RAANZ website

C

    CAA website

D

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

 E

     
77 What does a displaced threshold mean?

A

    Land before the threshold

B

    Land after the threshold

C

    Takeoff after the threshold

D

    A ridge in the runway

 E

     
78 What is the symbol for a windsock on a landing chart?

A

    A sock

B

    Not shown

C

    A black triangle

D

    An arrow

 E

     
79 Where can you find aerodrome runway lengths?

A

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

B

    RAANZ website

C

    CAA website

D

    NOTAMS

 E

     
80 Where can you find special airfield joining or departure information?

A

    NOTAMS

B

    RAANZ website

C

    Aeronautical charts

D

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

 E

     
81 Where can you find contact details for the operator of an aerodrome?

A

    NOTAMS

B

    RAANZ website

C

    Aeronautical charts

D

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

 E

     
82 Where can you find the GPS coordinates for an aerodrome?

A

    NOTAMS

B

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG) Aerodrome charts

C

    Newspaper

D

    Aeronautical charts

 E

     
83 What markings are used for sealed runways on aerodrome charts?

A

    Solid black

B

    Dotted area

C

    Black triangle

D

    Black arrow

 E

     
84 What markings are used for grass runways on aerodrome charts?

A

    Solid black

B

    Dotted area

C

    Black triangle

D

    Black arrow

 E

     
85 What does a white dotted arrow on an airfield indicate?

A

    land this way

B

    gliding in progress

C

    go away

D

    the wind direction

 E

     
86 On a VNC what does the abbreviation TM indicate?

A

    Terminal Movement area

B

    Temporary Military area

C

    Special ATC management area

D

    Transponder Mandatory airspace

 E

     
87 On a VNC what does the abbreviation TWR Indicate?

A

    Transit Warning

B

    Temporary War Region

C

    The airfield has a ATC unit controlling the CTR

D

    The CTA airspace is controlled by the tower

 E

     
88 A NOTAM contains...

A

    written material essential to fight safety which needs to be promulgated without delay.

B

    verbal information essential to flight safety transmitted to aircraft in flight.

C

    written information of a general nature mailed to pilots on a regular basis.

D

    information available to pilots that operate from controlled aerodromes.

 E

     
89 Where would you find information on Civil Aviation rules pertaining to Microlight Aviation ?

A

    CAR Part 61

B

    CAR Part 101

C

    CAR Part 103

D

    CAR Part 131

 E

    Part 91 and Part 103
90 Where would you find information regarding the operation of Microlight aircraft?

A

    RAANZ Policy and Procedures Manual - Part 2 Field Operations

B

    NZAIP Planning Manual

C

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

D

    NZAIP Supplement

 E

     
91 Where would you find a picture or plan of a non certified airfield ?

A

    N.Z.A. I.P. Planning Manual

B

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

C

    A.I.P Supplement

D

    Civil Aviation Information Circulars (CAIC)

 E

     
92 Where would you find information regarding arrival and departure procedures at a controlled aerodrome ?

A

    The aerodrome procedures manual

B

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

C

    NZAIP Planning Manual

D

    CAA Part 103

 E

     
93 If planning a flight through or near controlled airspace which documents should be studied as part of your flight planning and carried in flight for reference?

A

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

B

    NOTAM's

C

    Visual Navigation Chart

D

    All of the above

 E

     
94 Which aeronautical information publication contains a chart of daylight zones and tables ?

A

    Airways Daylight Zones Register

B

    CAA Aerodrome Guide

C

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

D

    CAA Part 103

 E

     
95 Which publication contains Aerodrome Charts and other information for visual flight?

A

    Planning manual

B

    Aeronautical charts

C

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

D

    NOTAMS

 E

     
96 Where can you find a listing of all ATS unit phone numbers?

A

    Yellow pages

B

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

C

    RAANZ website

D

    Aeronautical charts

 E

     
97 Where can you find a listing of all ATS unit NAV and COM frequencies?

A

    Aeronautical charts

B

    Landing charts

C

    RAANZ website

D

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

 E

     
98 Where can you get NOTAMS?

A

    Airways IFIS

B

    NZ AIP

C

    VFG

D

    Aeronautical charts

 E

    RAANZ website
99 Where can you find MCT and ECT times?

A

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

B

    Landing charts

C

    RAANZ website

D

    local newspaper

 E

    RAANZ website
100 Where can you find aerodrome charts?

A

    RAANZ website

B

    Aeronautical charts

C

    AIP NZ Vol 4 (VFG)

D

    Airways IFIS

 E

     
101 Where can you find COM frequencies for aerodromes?

A

    Landing charts or VNC

B

    RAANZ website

C

    MetFlight-GA website

D

    Always 119.1 MHz

 E

     
102 The holder of an intermediate or advanced Microlight certificate must have completed _____ take offs and landings within the last ____ days to remain current.

A

    10/90 days

B

    3/90 days

C

    1/365 days

D

    It is unnecessary to fly at all to remain current

 E

     
103 Under normal circumstances, up to age 40 a Pilot's medical certificate is valid for a period of...

A

    1 year

B

    2 years

C

    3 years

D

    4 years

 E

     
104 The minimum age for a person acting as a Pilot in command of a Microlight aircraft is...

A

    20 years

B

    18 years

C

    16 years

D

    14 years

 E

     
105 The holder of a Novice certificate must ______ before flying at any time?

A

    have an instructor's approval

B

    get ATC approval

C

    get the committee's approval

D

     

 E

     
106 The holder of a Class A and B Pilot certificate is permitted to fly :

A

    3 axis aircraft and rotorcraft

B

    Weight-shift and 3 axis aircraft

C

    Weight-shift and rotorcraft

D

    any type of Microlight aircraft

 E

     
107 To renew an existing Intermediate or Advanced certificate it is necessary to...

A

    perform and pass a flight test with a Senior Instructor

B

    be a current financial member of RAANZ

C

    hold a current medical certificate

D

    all of the above

 E

     
108 An Advanced Certificate is valid for...

A

    an indefinite period

B

    a period of 1 year

C

    a period of 2 years

D

    a period of 3 years

 E

     
109 An Novice or Intermediate certificate is valid for...

A

    an indefinite period

B

    a period of 1 year

C

    a period of 2 years

D

    a period of 3 years

 E

     
110 Which statement correctly describes the requirements for carrying passengers?

A

    An Advanced Local or Advanced National Certificate endorsed for a passenger rating

B

    Completed 3 takeoff and landings in the preceding 90 days

C

    Hold a current medical certificate

D

    All of the above

 E

     
111 A Pilot who holds a current Advanced Local Certificate may...

A

    Fly anywhere below 1500ft

B

    Fly within a radius of 50nm from point of departure unless under the supervision of an instructor

C

    Fly anywhere within 75nm but only below 1500ft AGL

D

    All of the above

 E

     
112 Any pilot who flies in controlled airspace and is not under the supervision of a microlight instructor must...

A

    Have passed an FRTO examination

B

    Have satisfied an instructor of their knowledge of airspace requirements and procedures

C

    Have flown dual exercises in and around controlled airspace

D

    All of the above

 E

     
113 If a Microlight is involved in an accident, when is it necessary to report it to CAA or RAANZ ?

A

    for any accidents

B

    it is not necessary to report Microlight accidents

C

    if fatal or serious injury, or if the Microlight is seriously damaged requiring major repair

D

    Only if the accident is at an airfield

 E

     
114 What are the requirements for carrying an Emergency Locater Transmitter?

A

    Microlights are exempt from any requirement to fit an ELT

B

    Microlights must have a ELT fitted

C

    Microlights must carry an ELT or PLB on flights over 10NM from the point of departure

D

    Microlights may only use ELT's that are permanently installed

 E

     
115 What are the required transponder tests and inspections?

A

    Microlight aircraft do not need their transponder installations tested

B

    Transponders must be tested as per Part 43 every 24 months

C

    Microlight inspectors can test transponders

D

    Transponders need to be returned to the inspector each 60 months for testing

 E

     
116 Which CAA rule outlines Special Aerodrome Traffic rules and Noise Abatement Procedures?

A

    Part 91

B

    Part 43

C

    Part 103

D

    Part 93

 E

     
117 Which statement correctly describes VFR cruise levels?

A

    Aircraft cruising above 3000ft and below 13000 ft should cruise at heights based on heading

B

    Aircraft flying between 270 and 089 deg magnetic fly at odd thousands plus 500ft

C

    Aircraft flying between 090 and 269 deg magnetic fly at even thousands plus 500ft

D

    All of the above

 E

     
118 Which statement correctly describes how the pilots of two powered aircraft converging head on should react?

A

    The aircraft heading north should climb and the other aircraft should descend

B

    Both aircraft should turn to starboard(right) so that the aircraft pass port to port

C

    The slower aircraft should descend

D

    The smaller aircraft should descend

 E

     
119 Which statement correctly describes how the pilots of two powered aircraft converging at an angle should react?

A

    The aircraft heading north should climb and the other aircraft should descend

B

    The slower aircraft should descend

C

    The pilot who has the other aircraft on his right shall give way

D

    The smaller aircraft should descend

 E

     
120 Which statement correctly describes how the pilot of a powered aircraft should act when passing another powered aircraft?

A

    The passing aircraft should alter heading to the right until safely past

B

    The passing aircraft should climb

C

    The passing aircraft should descend until safely past

D

    The passing aircraft should establish radio communications with the other aircraft and work it out

 E

     
121 Which statement correctly defines right of way rules for landing aircraft?

A

    Aircraft that have flown left hand circuits always have right of way

B

    Aircraft must give way to any aircraft that is on final approach or is landing

C

    Aircraft must give way to all aircraft that have made radio calls

D

    Aircraft must give way to larger aircraft

 E

     
122 Which statement correctly orders right of way rules for different types of aircraft (those with greatest right of way listed first)?

A

    Powered/ Balloon/Glider

B

    Powered/Glider/NORDO/Balloon/Parachute

C

    Any aircraft in distress/Parachute/Balloon/Glider/Airship/Powered aircraft towing/ Powered heavier t

D

    Helicopter/Balloon/Parachute/ Fixed wing

 E

     
123 Which statement correctly describes right of way rules for an aircraft about to take off?

A

    Aircraft may takeoff if they make a radio call first

B

    No aircraft shall become airborne if there is a risk of collision with another aircraft

C

    Aircraft on final approach must give way to aircraft about to take off

D

    Aircraft doing circuits must give way to any aircraft about to take off

 E

     
124 The final responsibility for checking the airworthiness of a microlight before flight lies with...

A

    the aircraft's owner

B

    the RAANZ inspection authority

C

    the Pilot in Command

D

    the pilot's instructor

 E

     
125 Within controlled airspace, disregarding Special VFR clearances, flight visibility must be greater than ____ kms.

A

    1 km

B

    5 kms

C

    8 kms

D

    20 kms

 E

     
126 Within controlled airspace, disregarding Special VFR clearances, horizontal distance from cloud must be greater than ____ kms.

A

    1 km

B

    2 km

C

    5 km

D

    8 km

 E

     
127 The meteorological minima for operations at aerodromes outside controlled airspace is...

A

    ceiling 1500ft visibility 5000 metres.

B

    clear of cloud at a safe altitude, visibility 1500 metres.

C

    ceiling 600ft visibility 1500 meters.

D

    ceiling 1000ft visibility 1500 meters.

 E

     
128 Outside controlled airspace at or below 3000 AMSL or 1000 above the ground flight visibility must be greater than _____________ kms.

A

    20kms

B

    8kms

C

    5kms

D

    1km

 E

     
129 When flying over water beyond gliding distance from land what additional equipment is required ?

A

    lifejackets

B

    floats

C

    a life raft

D

    an emergency locater beacon

 E

     
130 In normal circumstances the minimum height that you may enter a turn after take off is...

A

    1500ft

B

    1000ft

C

    500ft

D

    300ft

 E

     
131 When Microlight aircraft are sold...

A

    The seller must contact RAANZ with the purchaser's details

B

    The seller must complete the details on CAA form 24047/03 and forward to CAA with fees

C

    Changes of ownership do not require any action

D

    CAA must be notified if the aircraft changes its base field

 E

     
132 Between what times of the day is VFR flight permitted for microlight aircraft?

A

    6am to 6pm

B

    MCT to ECT

C

    ECT to MCT

D

    any time

 E

     
133 Under what conditions is a microlight exempt from carrying a PLB/ELT beacon?

A

    When it is not carrying passengers

B

    When it is a Class 1 microlight

C

    When the flight is within 10NM of the point of departure.

D

    All of the above

 E

     
134 What are the requirements for an emergency beacon carried in a microlight?

A

    It must be equipped with a GPS receiver

B

    It must be permanently fitted to the aircraft

C

    It must be registered in the pilot's name

D

    It may be a PLB carried by the pilot or passenger

 E