Regulations Evaluation

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When is the pilot-in-command of responsible for avoiding collisions?
At all times except during take-off and landing.
At all times except when a power aircraft is present.
At all times except when under air traffic control.
At all times.

No person shall fly an aircraft in Canada unless:
it is registered.
there is in force with respect to the aircraft a Certificate of Airworthiness or a Flight Permit.
its nationality and registration marks are affixed to the aircraft in a proper manner, and are clear and visible.
all of the above conditions are met.

Proper cloud clearance must be maintained to avoid:
getting caught in IFR conditions.
getting lost because of reduced visibility.
possible conflict with IFR traffic emerging from cloud.
turbulence associated with the cloud.

When two aircraft are on converging courses at about the same altitude:
the aircraft with the other on its right shall give way.
the aircraft with the other on its left shall give way.
both aircraft shall turn to the right.
both aircraft shall turn to the left.

When there is the possibility of collison:
airplanes shall give way to rotary wing aircraft.
helicopters give way to fixed wing powered aircraft.
gliders shall give way to powered aircraft.
power driven heavier-than-air aircraft shall give way to airships, gliders, and balloons.

IDevice Question Icon Multi-choice
Controlled airspace means airspace of defined dimensions within which:
security regulations are in force.
Air Traffic Control service is provided.
only aircraft with a two-way radio may operate.
only flight with Instrument Flight Rules is allowed.

A steady green light directed at an aircraft in flight means:
return for landing.
airport unsafe, do not land.
give way to other aircraft and continue circling.
cleared to land.

The minimum flight visibility for VFR flight in a control area is:
1 mile.
2 miles.
3 miles.
4 miles.

A glider may fly in Class D Airspace:
with ATC clearance provided VFR conditions exist.
provided the glider has a two-way radio.
only with permission from Air Traffic Control.
at no time as this is not permitted.

At what altitude may an aircraft be flown over a city, or settlement?
Not lower than the an altitude which will permit a safe landing in case of an emergency.
Options 1. and 4.
Not lower than 500 feet AGL.
Not lower than 1000 feet above the highest obstacle within a radius of 2000 feet when flying over built up areas.

IDevice Question Icon Multi-choice
Flying VFR in control areas the distance from cloud must be more than:
2 miles horizontally, 500 feet vertically.
1 mile horizontally, 500 feet vertically.
1 mile horizontally, 1000 feet vertically.
1/2 mile horizontally, 1,000 feet vertically.

On final approach for landing the right of way is normally given to:
faster gliders.
slower gliders.
lower gliders.
higher gliders.

What is the difference between a steady red light and a flashing red signal from the tower to approaching aircraft?
Both signals are the same but the flashing is more urgent.
The steady red light signals to continue circling and the flashing red signals to continue with caution.
A steady red light signals that the airport is unsafe and the steady red signals to use a different runway.
A steady red signals to continue circling and a flashing red signals that the airport is unsafe for a landing.

When should an aircraft's technical logs be on board?
At no time.
During ferry flights.
During cross-country flights.
At all times.

What entries from a previous Journey Log are required in a new log book?
The signature of the person authorized to make entries.
The last two entries from the previous Journey Log.
The registration of the aircraft.
The aircraft registration and the owner's name.

IDevice Question Icon Multi-choice
VFR flight may be conducted in Class B Airspace under what conditions?
Under no conditions, this is IFR Airspace.
Only if Special VFR conditions exist.
Using IFR procedures, under VFR conditions.
Only if oxygen is available and a special clearance is given.

Which definition is correct with regard to places in Canada where the sun rises and sets daily?
Daylight is the period of time between sunrise and sunset.
Daylight is the period of time when the centre of the sun's disc is not more than 12 degrees below the horizon.
Night is the period of time when the centre of the sun's disc is more than 12 degrees below the horizon.
Night is the period of time commencing one half hour after sunset and ending one half hour before sunrise.

No person shall create a hazard to persons or property on the surface by dropping an object from an aircraft in flight:
at any time.
only at night.
only during the day.
only with permission from ATC.

Any aircraft overflying an aerodrome should maintain:
at least 2,000 feet AGL.
at least 1,000 feet AGL.
at least 500 feet AGL.
a comfortable height over circuit altitude.

The pilot-in-command of an aircraft shall ensure that all passengers on board the aircraft are briefed before takeoff on:
the flight plan.
the noise emission requirements.
the operation of safety belts, shoulder harness, and restraint devices.
pilot-in-command responsibilities.