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On the GNS 430 you notice "-2" immediately follonwing the range indication. This indicates... The decluttermode that is currently selected which will remove local waypoints from the moving map display.
When operating under VFR below 18,000 feet MSL, what transponder code should be selected? 1200
On initial contact with Departure, give the Departure controller the following information: Denver Departure, Tiger 23 five thousand three hundred climbing eight thousand five hundred, South Departure, Area 4.
Basic radar service in the terminal radar program is best described as: safety alerts, traffic advisories, and limited vectoring to VFR aircraft.
What procedure is recommended to ensure that the emergency locator transmitter (ELT) has not been activated? Monitor 121.5 before engine shutdown.
A non-towered airport lies within the controlled airspace of a towered airport. According to regulations, two-way radio communications with ATC are required for landing clearance at: the towered airport only, as well as to fly through the area.
Absence of the sky condition and visibility on an ATIS broadcast indicates that: the ceiling is at least 5,000 feet and visibility is 5 miles or more.
When you are issued a hold shourt instruction: You are required to read-back the instruction.
When should pilots decline a land and hold short (LAHSO) clearance? When it will compromise safety.
If the aircraft's radio fails, what is the recommended procedure when landing at a controlled airport? Observe the traffic flow, enter the pattern, and look for light signals from the tower.
TRSA Service in the terminal radar program provides: sequencing and separation for participating VFR aircraft.
When activated, and Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) transmits on: 121.5 and 243.0 MHz
When ATC clearance has ben obtained, no pilot in command may devieate from that clearance unless that pilot obtains an ammended clearance. The one exception is: In an emergency.
When air traffic controller issues radar traffic information in relation to the 12-hour clock, the reference the controller uses is the aircraft's: Ground track
The correct method of stating 4,500 feet MSL to the ATC is: Four thousanand five hundred.
If ATC advises that radar service is terminated when the pilot is departing Class C airspace, the transponder should be set to code: 1200
An ATC radar facility issues the following advisory to a pilot flying north in a calm wind: "Traffic 9 0'Clock, 2 miles, southbound..." Where whould the pilot look for this traffic? West
Automated Terminal Information Service (ATIS) is the continous broadcast of recorded information concerning noncontrol information in selected high-activity terminal areas
You (Tiger 32) are at UKLID for a South arrival from Area 4. You have head a couple of other Tigers calling Tower. You hear the following from Tower: "Tiger (unintelligible), proceed directly ro initial Runway 26L". What action should you take? Wait a few seconds to see if another Tiger responds. If nobody responds, reply only with "Tiger 32 say again".
When making routine transponder code changes, pilots should avoid inadvertent selection of which codes? 7500, 7600, 7700
An ATC clearance provides authorization to proceed under specified traffic conditions in controlled airspace.
When should pilots state their position on the airport when calling the tower for takeoff? When departing from a runway intersection.
If instructed by ground control to taxi to Runway 9, the pilot may proceed to the next intersecting runway where further clearance is required.
The correct method of stating 10,500 feet MSL to ATC is "One zero thousand, five hundred"
All inbound aircraft to a nontowered airport should continuously monitor the CTAF from a distance of _____ miles. 10
An operable 4096-code transponder with automatic altitude reporting equipment is required in: Class B airspace and within 30 miles of the Class B primary airport.
When using the Garmin 430 you accidently end up in a page that you do not want to be in. How can you quickly get back to the map page? Press and hold the 'CLR' button until the NAV chapter page one comes up, then turn the small knob on the right side one click to the right.
From whom should a departing VFR aircraft request radar traffic information during ground operations? Ground control, on initial contact.
Entering the Training Area through a lateral boundary, when should you announce on Tiger Traffic, "Tiger ___, entering area ___."? Just prior to penetrating the lateral confines of the Training Area.
After landing at a tower-controlled airport, when should the pilot contact ground control? When advised by the tower to do so.
If you are unsure of your taxi clearance, you should: Hould your position and ask for clarification.
Unless otherwise authorized, two-way radio communications with Air Traffic Control are required for landings or takeoffs at all tower controlled airports regardless of weather conditions.
An ATC radar facility issues the following advisory to a pilot during a local flight: "Traffic 2 O'Clock, 5 miles, northbound". Where should the pilot look for this traffic? Between directly ahead and 90 degrees to the right.
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