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Regulations which refer to "commercial operators" relate to that person who:
A: for compensation or hire, engages in the carriage by aircraft in air commerce of persons or property, other than as an air carrier.

B: for compensation or hire, engages in the carriage by aircraft in air commerce of persons or property, as an air carrier.

C: is the owner of a small scheduled airline.
Regulations which refer to the "operational control" of a flight are in relation to:
A: acting as the sole manipulator of the aircraft controls.

B: Exercising authority over initiating, conducting, or terminating a flight.

C: the specific duties of any required crewmember.
Regulations which refer to "operate" relate to that person who:
A: acts as pilot in command of the aircraft.

B: causes the aircraft to be used or authorizes its use.

C: is the sole manipulator of the aircraft controls.
Which is the correct symbol for the stalling speed or the minimum steady flight speed in a specified configuration?
A: Vs1

B: Vs0

C: Vs
Which is the correct symbol for teh stalling speed or the minimum steady flight speed at which the apriplane is controllable?
A: Vs1

B: Vs0

C: Vs
14 CFR Part I defines Vf as:
A: flap operating speed.

B: design flap speed.

C: maximum flap extended speed.
14 CFR Part I defines Vno as:
A: maximum structural cruising speed.

B: maximum operating speed.

C: normal operating speed.
14 CFR Part I defines VLE as:
A: maximum landing gear operating speed.

B: maximum landing gear extended speed.

C: maximum leading edge flaps extended speed.
14 CFR Part I defines Vne as:
A: maximum landing gear speed.

B: maximum nose wheel extended speed.

C: never-exceed speed.
14 CFR Part I defines Vy as:
A: speed for best angle of climb.

B: speed for best rate of climb.

C: speed for best rate of descent.
14 CFR Part I defines Vno as:
A: Best cruising speed.

B: never-exceed speed.

C: maximum structural cruising speed.
If an airplane category is listed as utility, it would mean that this airplane could be operated in which of the following maneuvers?
A: Limited acrobatics, including spins (if approved)

B: Any maneuver except acrobatics or spins.

C: Limited acrobatics, excluding spins.
Commercial pilots are required to have a valid and appropriate pilot certificte in their phyiscal possession or readily accessible in the aircraft when:
A: piloting for hire only.

B: carrying passengers only.

C: acting as pilot in command.
Which of the following are considered aircraft class ratingings?
A: Transport, normal, utility and acrobatic

B: Single-engine land, multi-engine land, single-engine sea, multi-engine sea

C: Airplane, rotocraft, glider, lighter-than-air.
A pilot convicted of operating a motor vehicle while either intoxicated by, impared by, or under the influence of alcohol or a drug is required to provide a:
A: written report to the FAA Civil Aviation Security Division (AMC-700) not later than 60 days after the conviction.

B: written report to the FAA Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI) within 60 days after the motor vehicle action.

C: the notification of the conviction to an FAA Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) not later than 60 days after the motor vehicle action.
A pilot convicted of a motor vehicle offense involving alcohol or drugs is required to provide a written report to the:
A: FAA Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI) within 60 days after the conviction.

B: nearest FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) within 60 days after such action.

C: FAA Civil Aviation Security Division (AMC-700) with 60 days after such action.
A pilot Convicted for the violation of any Federal or State statute relating to the process, manufacture, transportation, distribution, or sale of narcotic drugs is grounds for:
A: suspension or revocatino of any certificate, rating, or authorization issued under 14 CFR part 61.

B: notification of this conviction to the FAA Civil Aeromedical Institute (CAMI) within 60 days of conviction.

C: a written report to be filed with the FAA Civil Aviation Security Division (AMC-700) within 60 days after the conviction.
A pilot convicted of operating an aircraft as a crewmember under the influence of alcohol or drugs is grounds for:
A: denial of an application for an FAA certificate, rating or authorization.

B: written reprimand in the pilots FAA perminent record.

C: written report to be filed with the FAA Civil Aviation Security Division (AMC-700) not later than 60 days of conviction.
Does a commericial pilot certificate have a specific expiration date?
A: No, it is issued without an expiration date.

B: No, but commericial privileges expire if a flight review is not satisfactorily completed each 12 months.

C: Yes, it expires at the end of 24 callendar months.
A second class medical certificate issued to a commerical pilot on April 10, this year, permits the pilot to excercise which of the following privileges?
A: Commerical pilot privileges through April 30 next year.

B: Commerical pilot privileges through April 10 2 years later.

C: Private pilot priviliges through, but not after March 31 next year.