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What is a transponder?
The transponder allows the radar to see you better.
What is Squak Code 1200?
1200 - Normal VFR Rules
What is Squak Code 7700?
7700 - Emergency
What is Squak Code 7600?
7600 - Lost Communication
What is Squak Code 7500?
7500 - Hi Jack
What is Squak Code 0000?
0000 - Military Intercept Code
What does VFR stand for?
Visual Flight Rules
What does IFR stand for?
Instrument Flight Rules
When does a stall occur?
A stall occurs when you exceed the critical angle of attack, regardless of weight, airspeed, attitude or altitude.
How do you basically exit a stall?
Reduce your angle of attack and restore smooth airflow over the wing.
Under what condition will the plane roll during a stall?
During uncoordinated flight
What is a spin?
A spin is a stall in which one wing is more fully stalled than the other.
What light is always on?
Beacon Light
What light do you turn on when you start the engine?
Nav Light
What lights do you turn on before take off?
Strobe Light and Taxi/Landing Light
What altitude is pattern altitude?
1500 at Palomar, but normally 1000 feet
Whats the maximum cross wind a 152 can handle?
12 knots
Where can I find information on Student Pilot Requirements?
FAR 61.81
Where can i find information on Solo Requirements for Student Pilots?
FAR 61.87
Where can i find information on General Limitations for Student Pilots?
FAR 61.89
Where can i find information on Solo Cross Country Flight Requirements for Student Pilots?
FAR 61.91
Where can i find information on Private Pilot Privileges and Limitations?
FAR 61.113
Where can i find information on Medical Certs, Requirements and Durations?
FAR 61.23
Where can i find information on use of Alcohol and Drugs?
FAR 91.17
What is a sectional map?
Zoomed out map, ie. all of Southern California
What is a terminal map?
Zoomed in map.ie..North County
What is the acronym for aircraft inspections?
AVIATE
what does the acronym AVIATE stand for?
A - Annual Inspection FAR 91.409
V - VOR -Very high Omni-bearing Radio
I - 100 Hour check FAR 91.409b
A - Altimeter (pitot static system) FAR 91.411 (every 24 cal months)
T - Transponder FAR 91.413 (every 24 cal months)
E - Emergency Locator Transmitter FAR 91.207 (every 12 cal months), battery replace after one hour use or half its batter life)
What does ELT stand for?
Emergency Locator Transmitter
How often does the ELT need to be checked?
Every 12 calendar months
How often do you change the ELT's battery?
After one hour of cumulative use or 1/2 its battery life span.
Whats the acronym for personal inspections?
IM SAFE
What does the acronym IM SAFE stand for?
I - Illness
M - Medication
S - Stress
A - Alcohol (8 hours) FAR 91.17
F - Fatigue
E - Emotion
How often does the Altimeter need to be checked?
Every 24 Calendar Months - FAR 91.411
How often does the Transponder need to be checked?
Every 24 Calender Months - FAR 91.413
What does VOR stand for?
Very High Omni Bearing Radial
Where can i find information on Passenger Briefing?
FAR 91.519
What are the documents for the aircraft that need to be in the aircraft at all times?
AROW
A - Airworthiness Cert
R - Registration
O - Operating Handbook
W - Weight and Balance
What pilot documents does the pilot need on board all flights?
1) All crew licences
2) Picture ID
3) Current Medical and class appropriate for priveleges being excercised.
What does FAR stand for?
Federal Aviation Regulations
What color is Class A airspace on the map?
Class A is not shown
What altitude range is Class A airspace?
18000 AGL and above
What color is Class B airspace on the map?
Solid Blue
What altitude range is Class B airspace?
10,000 AGL to 17,999 AGL
What color is Class C airspace on the map?
Solid Magenta
What altitude range is class C airspace?
4,000 AGL to 9,999 AGL
What airspace is SOLID BLUE?
Class B
What airspace is SOLID MAGENTA?
Class C
What airspace is DASHED BLUE?
Class D
What airspace is DASHED MAGENTA?
Class E
What airspace is BIG MAGENTA?
Class E
What airspace is BIG BLUE?
Class E
What airspace is not shown?
Class A and G
How far must you be away from clouds for VFR?
1000 feet above
500 feet below
2000 feet to the sides
What is the Va speed in a 152?
104 knots
How much visibility do you need for VFR?
at least 3 statuate Miles
How much visibility does a student pilot need during the day?
at least 3 statuate miles
How much visibility does a student pilot need during the night?
at least 5 statuate miles
What does SOP stand for?
Standard Operating Procedures
What is the visibility for VFR?
3 or more statuate miles
What is the visibility for MVFR?
1 to 3 statuate miles
What is the visibility for IFR?
under 1 statuate miles
Where can i get information on Student Pilot Eligibility?
FAR 61.83
Where can i get information on Student Pilot Application?
FAR 61.85
Where can i get information on Solo Requirements for Student Pilots?
FAR 61.87
Where can i get information on General Limitations for Student Pilots?
FAR 61.89
Where can i get information on Solo Cross Country Flight Requirements for Student Pilots?
FAR 61.93
Where can i get information on Operations in Class B Airspace and Class B Airports?
FAR 61.95
Where can i get information on the Duration of Pilot and Instructor Certificates?
FAR 61.19
Where can i get information on Medical Certificates?
FAR 61.23
What altitude do i need to fly when flying EAST?
Odd thousands + 500
What altitude do i need to fly when flying WEST?
EVEN thousands + 500
What is Relative Wind?
Direction Opposite but Parrallel to the flight path
What direction is the force when refering to CentriFUGAL force?
OUT
What direction is the force when refering to CentriFIGAL
in
Where can i get information regaring Private Pilot Flight Proficiency?
FAR 61.107
What does the White and Green beacon mean?
Lighted LAND airport
What does the White and Yellow beacon mean?
Lighted WATER airport
Where can i get information on ATC Light Gun Signals?
AIM - 4-3-14
What does AIM stand for?
Aeronautical Information Manual
ATC Light Gun - Steady Green
Cleared for Take Off or Landing
ATC Light Gun - Flashing Green
Cleared for Taxi or Return for Landing
ATC Light Gun - Steady Red
STOP or give way to other aircraft and continue circling
ATC Light Gun - Flashing Red
Get off the runway or Airport unsafe, do not land
ATC Light Gun - Flashing White
Return to starting point on airport / Not applicable
ATC Light Gun - Alternating Red and Green
use EXTREME Caution
what is the POH?
Pilot Operating Handbook
What is the PIM?
Pilot Information Manual
What is a prop?
Propeller, fixed pitch
What is the empennage?
back section of the plane
What is the angle of attack?
Angle between Relative Wind and the Chord
What is the Chord?
Straight line from the leading edge to the trailing edge of a wing
Where is the hold short line?
Right in front of the runway
What is UNICOM?
Privately operated advisory, air 2 ground radio service at uncontrolled air fields.
What does FAA stand for?
Federal Aviation Authority
what does PIC stand for?
Pilot In Command
What is carbeurator heat?
Brings in heat from the engine into the mixture chamber. Removes icing in the venturi where air and fuel mix. Will reduce air speed
What is Magnetos?
Spark Plugs
What checks do u do after take off?
BUFL
- Brakes
- Undercarriage
- Flaps
- Lights (turn off landing light)
What checks do u perform Downwind?
GUMFS
Gas - Fuel/Gauges/Fuel shut off
Undercarriage
M's - Mixture,Magnetos,Master
Flaps - First Stage Flaps
Safety
what checks do u perform on FINAL?
BUFL
Brakes
Undercarriage - verify gear is down
Flaps - Final stage flaps
Lights - Landing lights on
what checks do u perform When Ready for Departure?
Lights - Landing Light/Nav Light, Strobe Light, Anti Collision
Camera - Transponder ALT
Action - Mixture full rich
what checks do u perform After Landing?
Lights
Camera- Turn to StandBy
Action - Mixture Lean, Flaps up, and taxi clearance
Whats the Radio Freq for Palomar ATIS?
120.15
What is the Radio Freq for Palomar GROUND?
121.8
What is the Radio Freq for Palomar TOWER?
118.6
What is the Radio Freq for Ramona TOWER?
119.87
What does ATIS stand for?
Automatic Terminal Information Service
what does CTAF stand for?
Common Traffic Advisory Frequency
Whats the sequence for a CLIMB?
APT - tall AParTment
Attitude
Power
Trim
Whats the sequence for Leveling off from a CLIMB?
APT - tall AParTment
Attitude
Power
Trim
Whats the sequence for DESCENDing?
PAT - Pat the cat
Reduce POWER
Attitude
Trim
Whats the sequence for Leveling off from a DESENT?
PAT - Pat the cat
Reduce POWER
Attitude
Trim
What does HASEL stand for?
H - Height - call altitude
A - Check Area. announce area
S - Safety
E - Engine - mixture rich, mags on, master on, airspeed below Maneuvering speed
L - Lookout - 180 degree view
Whats the maximum bank angle for slow flight?
15 degrees
Whats the procedure for entering SLOW flight?
HASEL
PG-FAT
P - Power - to 1500 RPMs
G - Gear
F - Flaps
A - Airspeed - adjust airspeed
T - Trim
Whats the procedure for leaving SLOW flight?
PAF-GF
P - Power
A - Attitude
F - Flaps
G - Gear
F - Flaps
P - Power
What does the THROTTLE do?
Controls the amount of fuel
What does the MIXTURE CONTROL do?
Controls the amount of air
What does the MASTER SWITCH do?
Enables/Disables all electrical, except the Ignition
What does the AUXILLARY FUEL PUMP do?
Used to help start the engine, and as a backup fuel pump
What are the checks before touching the PROPELLER?
Ingition switch OFF
Mixture Control - FULL OUT
Throttle - FULL OUT
What color is our fuel?
BLUE
What color is jet fuel?
CLEAR
What is the acceptable amount of OIL?
4-6 quarts
What drag increases as speed increases?
PARASITE
What drag decreases as speed increases?
INDUCED
What is the best glide speed in a 152?
60 KIAS
What is the glide ratio in a 152?
9:1 - 9000 feet horizontal for every 1000 feet vertical
What causes Left Turning Tendancies?
1. P-Factor
2. Slip Stream
3. Gyroscopic Precession
4. Torque
How many lbs of weight is 1 gallon of fuel?
6 LBS
What airspeed do you perform 1st stage flaps?
85 KIAS
What airspeed do you perform 2nd stage flaps
80 KIAS
What airspeed do you perform 3rd stage flags?
75 KIAS
What does TFR stand for?
Temporary Flight Restrictions
What is a TFR?
Temporary Flight Restriction - where u cant not fly
What does METAR stand for?
Meteorlogical Area Report
What does TAF stand for?
Terminal Area Forecast
What is optimal Climbing Speed?
70 KIAS
What 3 pieces of information do you get from the Weather Computer?
METAR, TAF and TFR
What is Palomars Call Sign?
KCRQ
What is Ramonas Call Sign?
KRNM