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QUESTION
What is the max speed of
a Cessna 152A at sea
level
What is the cruise speed
of a Cessna 152A @75%
power and at 8500 ft
What is the endurance of
a Cessna 152A @75%
power and at 8500 ft
(standard tank)
What is the endurance of
a Cessna 152A @75%
power and at 8500 ft
(long range tank)
What is the max range of
a Cessna 152A @
10,000 ft
(standard tank)
What is the max range of
a Cessna 152A @
10,000 ft
(long range tank)
What is the rate of climb
of a Cessna 152A at sea
level
What is service ceiling of
a Cessna 152A
What is the takeoff
performance: ground roll
What is the takeoff
performance: over 50 ft
obstacle
What is the landing
performance: ground roll
What is the landing
performance: over 50 ft
obstacle
What is the stall speed:
flaps up, power off
What is the stall speed:
flaps down, power off
What is the max ramp
weight
What is the max
takeoff/landing weight
What is the standard
empty weight
What is the max useful
load

Cessna 152A

ANS

108 knots

106 knots

112 knots

109 knots

105 knots

108 knots

118 knots

109 knots

310 NM,
3.0hrs.

312 NM,
3.2hrs

306 NM,
3.15hrs.

310 NM,
3.1hrs

530 NM,
5.2hrs

630 NM,
5.2hrs

530 NM,
5.1hrs

520 NM,
5.0hrs

365 NM,
4.1hrs

370 NM,
4hrs

365 NM,
4.2hrs

360 nm,
4.3hrs

615 nm,
6.9hrs

610 nm,
6.5hrs

615 nm,
6.8hrs

610 NM,
6.7hrs

715 fpm

710 fpm

712 fpm

475 fpm

14,700 ft

12,700 ft

14,000 ft

13,700 ft

725 ft

730 ft

710 ft

715 ft

1340 ft

1320 ft

1325 ft

2325 ft

475 ft

425 ft

415 ft

445 ft

1200 ft

1275 ft

1215 ft

1234 ft

48 knots

43 knots

44 knots

46 knots

43 knots

48 knots

46 knots

44 knots

1675 lb

1170 lb

1670 lb

1175 lb

1670 lb

1675 lb

1170 lb

544 lb

1131 lb

1130 lb

544 lb

1171 lb

544 lb

540 lb

1131 lb

500 lb

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What is the diameter of


the propeller
The aircraft commonly
called "Cessna 152A" is
certified under FAA type
certificate number
The vne of Cessna 152A
is
The vno of Cessna 152a
is
The va of Cessna 152A
is
The vfe of Cessna 152A
is
The window open speed
of Cessna 152A is

69 inches
3A19 as
Cessna
model
number
A152
168 knots
(kcas) and
172 knots
(kias)
122 knots
(kcas) and
125 knots
(kias)
106 knots
(kcas) and
108 knots
(kias)
87 knots
(kcas) and
85 knots
(kias)
145 knots
(kcas) and
149 knots
(kias)

The white arc on the ASI


of Cessna 152A is

from vso to
vne

The green arc on the ASI


of Cessna 152A is

from vso to
vne

The yellow arc on the


ASI of Cessna 152A is

from
vso to vne

The red line on the ASI of from vso to


Cessna 152A is
vne
The name of the engine
manufacturer is
The engine model
number is
The engine bhp is
The maximum engine
speed for all operations

Cessna 152A

68 inches

72 inches

19A3 as
Cessna
model
number A152

3A91 as
Cessna model
number 152A

186 knots
(kcas) and
182 knots
(kias)
121 knots
(kcas) and
122 knots
(kias)
160 knots
(kcas) and
180 knots
(kias)
78 knots
(kcas) and
58 knots
(kias)
154 knots
(kcas) and
194 knots
(kias)
from 35 knots
to 85 knots
(kias)
from 40 knots
to 125 knots
(kias)
from
35 knots to
125 knots
(kias)
from 35 knots
to 125 knots
(kias)

172 knots
(kcas) and
168 knots
(kias)
125 knots
(kcas) and
152 knots
(kias)
108 knots
(kcas) and
106 knots
(kias)
85 knots
(kcas) and
87 knots (kias)
149 knots
(kcas) and
145 knots
(kias)
full flap
operating
range
from vs to
maximum
structural
cruising speed
from
125 knots to
172 knots
(kias)
from 125
knots to 172
knots (kias)

71 inches
3A19 as
Cessna
model
number
A152A
182 knots
(kcas) and
121 knots
(kias)
152 knots
(kcas) and
121 knots
(kias)
180 knots
(kcas) and
160 knots
(kias)
58 knots
(kcas) and
78 knots
(kias)
194 knots
(kcas) and
154 knots
(kias)

B and C are
correct

B and C are
correct

from
40 knots to
125 knots
(kias)

172 knots
(kias)

Avco
Lycoming

Lycoming
Avco

McCauley
accessory
division

accessory
division
from
McCauley

0-235-N2C

0-233.3-N2C

0-235-M2C

0-255-N2C

180 bhp

108 bhp

233.3 bhp

235 bhp

2550
revolutions
per minute

2505
revolutions
per minute

2055
revolutions
per minute

5250
revolutions
per minute

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carburetor
heat off,
full throttle ,
full breaks
unapplied,
and mixture
lean to max
rpm

The static rpm is


checked with

carburetor
heat on,
full throttle,
and full
mixture

carburetor
heat off,
throttle lean to
max rpm, and
full mixture

carburetor
heat off,
full throttle ,
and mixture
lean to max
rpm

What is the wing loading


factor

10.5
lbs/sq.ft

105 lbs/sq.ft.

15.5 lbs/sq.ft.

15 lbs/sq.ft

What is the power


loading factor

15.5 lbs/hp

10.5 lbs/hp

10.5 lbs/sq.ft

10 lbs/sq.ft

What is the total fuel


capacity (standard)

26 gal

39 gal

13 gal

18.5 gal.

26 gal

39 gal

13 gal

18.5 gal

7 quarts

8 quarts

7.5 quarts

6 quarts

continue
cranking

throttle- full
open

mixture-idle
cut off

all of the
above

airspeed 65
kias

airspeed 75
kias

airspeed 85
kias

none of the
above

up

20

30

as desired

fire
What should the first step
extinguisher
be for a cabin fire
-activate

vents cabin
air-closed

master switchon

none of the
above

What is the total


baggage allowance

120 lb

40 lb

60 kg

120 kg

Mark the
correct
statement

OAT is
installed in
the left wing
root
ventilator

OAT is
installed in
the right wing
root ventilator

ans (A) and


calibrated in
centigrade
and fahrenheit

OAT is
installed on
right tail
cone

hydraulic

pneumatic

mechanical

none of
the above

5 to
10 knots

10 to
15 knots

at stall

none of
the above

What is the total fuel


capacity
(long range)
What is the total oil
capacity
What should the initial
action be for an engine
fire on ground with the
engine failing to restart
What speed should be
maintained for an engine
fire in flight
What should the flaps be
while landing with a flat
main tire

Stall warning
system is of_____type
Stall warning
indicator gives a
warning______
prior
to stall

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The value of static


rpm at sea level
under standard
conditions is

2250-2350

2350-2450

2280-2380

2380-2880

Among the
following, which
engine oil is used

MIL-l-6082
aviation grade
straight mineral
oil MIL-l-22851
aviation grade
ashless
dispersant oil

MIL-l-6082
aviation grade
straight mineral
oil MIL-l-22815
aviation grade
ashless
dispersant oil

MIL-l-22851
aviation grade
straight
mineral oil
MIL-l-6082
aviation grade
ashless
dispersant oil

MIL-l-6082
aviation grade
straight mineral
oil MIL-l-2851
aviation grade
ashless
dispersant oil

The propeller is

manufactured
by
Mc cauley
accessory
division

ans (A) and has


the maximum
diameter of 69"

ans (A) and


has a model
number
1A103/TCM
6958

ans (A) and


can be moved
only at the
speed of 2550
rpm (maximum
engine speed)

100 - 245 F
and 255 F
respectively

200 -245 F
and 255 F
respectively

115 - 245 F
and 245 F
respectively

100-245 F
and 245 F
respectively

2.5 psi,
6.0-9.0 psi,
11.5 psi

25 psi,
60-90 psi,
115 psi

25 psi,
60-190 psi,
245 psi

125 psi,
160-190 psi,
245 psi

Normal and
maximum oil
temperature limits
are
Minimum, normal
and maximum
limits for oil
pressure are
What is the fuel
quantity left in the
left tank when the
fuel level indicator
for the left tank is
at E
The normal
operating range for
the suction gauge
is
Between what
stations area is
baggage area 1
and baggage
area 2
At which speed are
chandelles done
What does the
original
airworthiness
certificate of the
Cessna 152A state

Cessna 152A

.75 gallons of
usable fuel

.75 gallons of
unusable fuel

1.5 gallons of
unusable fuel

.75 gallons for


standard tanks
and .95 gallons
for long-range
tanks

4.4 to 5.5
inches of Hg

5.5 to 4.5
inches of Hg

4.5 to 5.4
inches of Hg

4.5 to 5.6
inches of
mercury

station 50-76
and station
67-94

station 52-74
and station
63-92

station 50-76
and station
76-94

station 50-74
and station
74-92

105 kias

115 kias

108 kias

130 kias

DAY - NIGHT

VFR - IFK

DAY - NIGHT
VFR - IFR

DAY - NIGHT
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Maximum glide
speed, and which
of the following
take place at 60
knots
What is the
manoeuvring speed
at all weights
Engine failure
during take off roll,
the first three
precautionary steps
for x are
The correct
sequence of
actions for engine
failure immediately
after take off; are
maintain airspeed
60 knots, mixtureidle cut off and

precautionary
landing with
engine power

landing without
engine power
flaps up

landing
without engine
power flaps
down

none of the
above

108 kias

106 kcas

both A and B
are correct

all of the above


are wrong

brakes apply,
throttle idle,
wing flaps
retract

throttle idle,
brakes apply,
ignition switch
off

brakes apply,
throttle idle,
mixture idle
cut off

throttle idle,
brakes apply,
wing flaps
retract

ignition switchoff

master switchoff

fuel shut off


valve-off

wing flaps-as
required

Engine failure
during flight is the
restart procedure
for x airspeed
60 kias

primer in and
locked,
fuel shutoff
valve off,
mixture rich

carburetor heat
on,
fuel shutoff
valve off,
mixture rich

carburetor
heat on,
primer in and
locked,
fuel shutoff
valve off

none of the
above

Emergency landing
without engine
power is the first
step for

seats,
seat belts,
shoulder
harnesses
-secure

mixture-idle

fuel shutoff
valve-off

wing flaps-as
required

65 kias
(flaps up)

55 kias
(flaps down)

60 kias
(flaps up)

both B and C
are correct

airspeed
60 kias,
wing flaps 20

airspeed
60 kias,
wing flaps 30

airspeed
55 kias,
wing flaps 20

none of the
above

master switch
off

ignition switch
off

radio and
electrical
switches off

fuel shutoff
valve off

200 ft/min

300 ft/min

400 ft/min

150 ft/min

1200

1700

2280

2250

What is the
airspeed during
emergency landing
without engine
power
What is the
airspeed and flaps
setting for a
precautionary
landing with engine
power
Precautionary
landing with engine
power; select the
incorrect step
During ditching,
what should the
rate of descent be
During an engine
fire on ground with
the engine running
what should the

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What manoeuvre should


one perform during wing
fire?
State whether true or
false: during wing fire,
land with flaps down

loop

side slip

true

false

turn back or
change
altitude

pull cabin
heat control
full out

pitot heat
switch on

none of the
above

65 to
75 kias

60 to 70
kias

70 to 80 kias

55 to
65 kias

alternator
circuit breaker
pull

alternatoroff

non-essential
electrical
equipment-off

none
of the
above

When an ammeter shows


excessive rate of change
choose the incorrect
alternative

alternator-off

alternator
circuit
breakerpush

flightterminate
as soon
as practical

non essential
electrical
equipment-off

What should the first step


be if the low voltage light
illuminates during flight

alternator
circuit
breakercheck in

master
switch-off

alternator-off

alternator-off

50 kias

55 kias

60 kias

65 kias

10

20

30

attitude
indicator

turn
coordinator

directional
indicator

none of the
above

60 seconds

30 seconds

90 seconds

120 seconds

300 to
500 ft/min

500 to
800 ft/min

500 to
700 ft/min

550 to
750 ft/min

55 kias

60 kias

65 kias

70 kias

full carburetor
heat

full
rich
mixture

keep
hands off
control wheel

none
of the
above

What should the first step


be during an inadvertent
icing condition encounter
What should the airspeed
be during a landing
approach in an icing
condition
What should the first step
be if the ammeter shows
an excessive rate of
change

What should the airspeed


be when landing without
elevator control
What degree of flaps is
used when landing
without elevator control
Which instrument should
the pilot rely on when the
vacuum system fails in
clouds
While executing a 180
turn in clouds when there
is a vacuum system
failure, how long should it
take
What is the rate of
descent during an
emergency descent
through clouds
What is the descent
airspeed during an
emergency descent
through clouds
What is the first step
during an emergency
descent through clouds

Cessna 152A

face the wind

roll

B
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adjust
trimmer to
normal flight

use
opposite
aileron and
rudder

throttle open

none of the
above

55 kias

60 kias

65 kias

70 kias

not permitted

prohibited

not approved

permitted

throttle idle

ailerons
neutral

full opposite
rudder

none of the
above

carburetor
icing

spark plug
fouling

magneto
malfunction

none of the
above

carburetor
icing

spark plug
fouling

magneto
malfunction

none of the
above

carburetor
icing

spark plug
fouling

magneto
malfunction

none of the
above

oil pressure
gauge failure

oil relief
valve failure

leak in the line


to the gauge

all of the above

a vacuum
system failure

an engine
failure

loss of
hydraulic
pressure

loss of rpm

overheat

evaporate
the
electrolyte

melt

both A
and B

What is the first step


during a bail out

release seat
belt and
shoulder
harness

pull
emergency
d - ring

unlatch door

none of the
above

What is the first step


when windshield damage
has occurred

open the side


windows

reduce
airspeed

open door

none of the
above

What is the initial


indication of an electrical
fire

engine failure

loss in rpm

odour of
burning
insulation

increase in oil
temperature

level altitude

nose down
altitude

tail down
altitude

none of the
above

normal
procedures

performanc
e

limitations

none of the
above

What is the first step


during recovery from a
spiral dive
What is the airspeed
while recovering from a
spiral dive
Flight into icing condition
is
What is the first step in a
spin recovery
What is the probable
cause for a slight engine
roughness in flight
What is the probable
cause for a gradual loss
of rpm and eventual
engine roughness
What is the probable
cause for a sudden
engine roughness of
misfiring
What is the probable
cause for a drop in oil
pressure, accompanied
by normal oil temperature
What is the probable
cause when a total loss
in oil pressure is
accompanied by a rise in
oil temperature
What should happen to
the battery if the charging
rate were to remain in
excess of the rate of
charge

What aircraft altitude


should be used for
landing in icing
conditions
What does section 3 deal
with

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In temperatures near
freezing, upto how many
strikes of the primer
maybe necessary
rpm drop should not
exceed ____ rpm on
either magneto or show
greater than ____ rpm
differential between
magnetos
During an alternator
check, it is preferable
that _____ lights be used
instead of ______
lights
What is the rpm range
with carburetor heat off
and mixture leaned to
maximum rpm in power
check before take off
Full throttle run ups over
loose gravel is especially
harmful to which of the
following
Using 10 degree wing
flaps reduces the total
distance over an obstacle
by approximately how
much percent
On a short field, what
degree wing flaps and an
obstacle clearance speed
of how much kias should
be used
For the best combination
of performance, visibility
and engine cooling,
speeds should be how
many knots higher than
the best rate of climb
Leaning is not
recommended until a
total of the following
hours is accumulated
In order to ensure proper
setting of the piston
rings, the following
should be done

Cessna 152A

125,50

50,125

125,100

125,75

taxi, landing

landing, taxi

strobe, taxi

reading,
landing

2380 to 2550

2200 to
2550

2280 to
2380

2180 to 2280

carburetor

wings

propeller

air cooler

15

20

10

10 and
55 kias

10 and
54 kias

20 and
60 kias

20 and
54 kias

5 to
12 knots

10 to
12 knots

10 to
15 knots

5 to
10 knots

25 hrs

100 hrs

50 hrs

75 hrs

cruise at 75%
power

ans (A) and


until a total
of 50 hrs
has
accumulated

ans (A) and


until a total
of 25 hrs has
accumulated

ans (C)
and it is
applicable to
new engines
as well

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To achieve the
recommended lean mix
fuel consumption figures,
the mix should be leaned
until the engine rpm
peaks and drops
_______ to _______

50 - 75 rpm

15 - 25 rpm

25 - 50 rpm

10 - 25 rpm

The stall warning horn


produces a signal
_______ to______ knots
before actual stall is
reached

05 -10 knots

10 -15
knots

0 - 05
knots

15 - 20 knots

For a short field landing


in smooth air make an
approach at

64 knots and
20 degrees

60 knots
and 20
degrees

54 knots
and 30
degrees

55 knots and
30 degrees

10 degrees

20 degrees

30 degrees

none of the
above

-18C
and
-7C

0C
and
20c

-18F
and
-7F

both B and C
are correct

63.3 db

63.6 db

66.3 db

66.6 db

immelmann

spiral dive

cuban eight

none of the
above

ailerons
neutral

apply and
hold rudder
in the
direction of
rotation

throttle idle

as in A
and C

barrel roll

loop

snap roll

aileron roll

barrel roll

loop

snap roll

aileron roll

105 knots

100 knots

115 knots

130 knots

In a balked landing, wing


flap setting should be
reduced to
Preheat is generally
required with OAT below
______ C and
recommended in
temperature below
____ C
The certified noise level
for 152A at 1670 lb. is
A prolonged stall that
results in a nose down
rapid rotation of the
aircraft following a
helical path
Following steps should
be done to recover from
a spin
A 360 degree turn
executed in a vertical
plane
A coordinated
manoeuvre in which the
aircraft is rolled 360
degree along the
longitudinal axis of the
aircraft
Entry speed for the barrel
roll is

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A coordinated
manoeuvre in which
aircraft is rolled 360
degree along the
longitudinal axis but is
tighter than the barrel roll
An accelerated stall
manoeuvre in which yaw
from full rudder deflection
produces

cuban eight

loop

snap roll

aileron roll

barrel roll

loop

snap roll

aileron roll

Entry to the snap roll is


done at ________ kias

105 knots

100 knots

80 knots

130 knots

_____ manoeuvre is
approx. of the normal
loop and a diving roll in
the opposite direction by
another of a loop and
roll

cuban eight

loop

snap roll

aileron roll

Cuban eight is done at

4.0 to 4.5 g at
115 knots

3.5 to 4.0 g
at 115 knots

4.0 to 4.5 g
at 130 knots

3.5 to 4.0 g
at 130 knots

immelmann

loop

cuban eight

vertical
reversement

immelmann

loop

cuban eight

vertical
reversement

60 - 70 at
80 knots

60 - 70 at
110 knots

50 - 60 at
105 knots

50 - 60 at
100 knots

25 ft
approx

26 ft
approx

25 ft 1 inch
approx

26 ft 1 inch
approx

Wing flap system is

double slot
with
maximum
deflection
of 30

single slot
with
maximum
deflection
of 10

double slot
with
maximum
deflection
of 10

single slot with


maximum
deflection
of 30

Wheel base length is

55 inches

56 inches

57 inches

58 inches

Wing span with conical


camber wing tip and
strobe lights is

24 ft
1 inch

33ft
4 inches

32 ft
8 inches

32 ft
7 inches

Wing area is

159 sq. ft

156 sq. ft

158 sq. ft

156 sq. ft

Avco Lycoming
0-235-N2C is

233.3 cu. in
displace-ment
with 108 bhp
at 2550 rpm

233.5 cu. in
displaceme
nt with 108
bhp at 2550
rpm

235 cu. in
displacement
with 108 bhp
at 2550 rpm

233 cu. in
displacement
with 108 bhp at
2550 rpm

The combination of a
loop followed by roll
The manoeuvre which is
snap roll from a steep
turn in one direction to
steep turn in opposite
direction
The entry speed for a
vertical reversement is
Minimum turning radius
of the airplane during taxi
using differential braking
and nose wheel steering
is

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standard
tanks
13 gal
and 0.75
unusable
maximum
7 quarts
minimum
6 quarts

standard
tanks
26 gal
and 1.75
unusable
maximum
7 quarts
minimum
4 quarts

standard
tanks
19.5 gal
and 0.75
unusable
maximum
6 quarts
minimum
4 quarts

1200 ft

1260 ft

310 nm in
3 hrs
of time

standard tanks
19.5 gal
and 1.75
unusable

maximum
6 quarts
minimum
5 quarts

1360 ft

1340 ft

300 nm in
3.10 hrs
of time

615 nm in
4.1 hrs
of time

615 nm in
6.9 hrs
of time

1670 lb

1675 lb

1131 lb

544 lb

Landing performance
minimum ground roll

725 ft

1340 ft

475 ft

1200 ft

Total unusable fuel after


a long cross country of
total flying time of 3 hrs is

0.75 gal

0.75 litres

1.5 litres

1.5 gal

The landing gear of


aircraft is

tricycle type
with steerable
nose wheel

two main
wheels
having tire
pressure
of 21 psi

shock
absorption by
tubular spring
steel main
landing gear

all the above

The wing flap system


circuit protected by

5 ampere
circuit breaker

aft of main
landing gear
if charge
voltage
reaches 31.5
volts
(approx.)
engine
produces
maximum
power at level

15 ampere
circuit
breaker
aft of
aileron
if charge
voltage
reaches
30 volts
(approx.)

none of the
above

The ground adjustable


trim tab is at
The alternator control
unit protected by
over-voltage sensor
which trips out the circuit
at

10 ampere
circuit
breaker
aft of
elevator
if charge
voltage
reaches
24 volts
(approx.)
engine is
set at best
mixture ratio

engine is
new to set

engine failure

Fuel capacity in port wing


tank

Oil capacity
Take off performance
with 50 ft obstacle
Minimum range with 75%
power at 8500 ft. with
standard tanks
Standard weight of empty
aircraft

If total loss of oil pressure


is accompanied by a rise
in oil temperature

aft of
rudder base
if charge
voltage
reaches
12 volts
(approx.)

Nose wheel is turned by


a spring-loaded steering
bungee

an arc of
approx. 78.0
each side
of centreline

an arc of
approx.
7.7
each side of
centreline

an arc of
approx.
8.5
each side of
centreline

an arc of
approx.
8.5

Major engine accessories


are

VOR, ADF
and VHF
transceiver

first aid box


and fire
extinguisher

flap motor and


trim tab

starter,
alternator, oil
cooler

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Major engine instruments


are

ASI, VSI and


altimeter

DGI,
compass,
clock

The aircraft engine is


equipped with _______
carburetor
Use of full carburetor
heat at full throttle will
give
Ignitions and starter
operation is controlled by
a rotary type switch
labelled (clock wise)

up-draft, float
type
fix jet
extra rpm
about 150
(approx.)

down draft,
float type
fix jet
loss of rpm
about 150
(approx.)

off - r - l - start
- both

r - l - start both - off


right fuel
tank and
supply
direct to
carburetor
hydraulically
operated

tachometer, oil
temperature,
oil pressure
gauges
direct fuel
injection
system

ammeter and
low voltage
lights

up-draft,
float type

rpm remains
unchanged

the value may


vary up to 1000
rpm

off - start - r l - both

off - r - l - both start

fuel strainer

fuel strainer
and supply
direct to
carburetor

thermo sensor
type

mechanically
operated

The prime draws its fuel


from

left fuel tanks


and inject
cylinder
intake ports

Fuel quantity meter is

electrically
operated

Airplane is equipped with

28 volts DC
electrical
system

24 volts
battery
mounted on
right forward
firewall

a belt driven
60 amp
alternator

all the above

The master switch is a


type

split - rocker,
left half is alt
and right half
is bat

split rocker, left


half is bat
and right
half is alt

both half is bat


and alt

none of the
above

15.5
lbs./sq ft
at sea level
Caution!
remove
before
moving a/c

10.5
lbs./sq ft
at sea level
Caution!
remove
before
flight

10.5
lbs./hp
at sea level
Caution!
remove
before
engine start

15.5
lbs./hp
at sea level

Caution!
remove before
take off

The aircraft is certified for


following flight operations
as of date of original
airworthiness certificate

DAY - NIGHT
- VFR - IFR

DAY NIGHTVFR ONLY

DAY NIGHT
IFR ONLY

DAWN - DUSK
VFR - IFR

Centre of gravity range


(front face of fire wall as
reference datum)

aft 36.5
at all weights

aft 35.5
at all
weights

aft 35.0
at all
weights

Pick the odd one out

Max. ramp
weight
1675 lbs

aft 36.0
at all
weights
Max.
baggage
weight
120 lbs
sae 40

Max. landing
weight
1670 lbs

Max. useful
load
1131 lbs

sae 50

sae 60

Wing loading of aircraft is

On control lock its printed

Use multi-viscosity oil at


all temperatures above

Cessna 152A

sae 30

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60F
What is the symbol for
minimum steady flight at
which the aircraft is
controllable in the landing
configuration at most
forward c. g.
The point at which an
aircraft or equipment
would balance if
suspended, its distance
from reference datum is
found by dividing the total
movement by total weight
of aircraft
Never exceed speed in
any operations (kias)
Max. speed with flaps
down (extended) kias
Yellow arc speed
operation must be
conducted with caution
and
Suction gauge reads in

va

vno

vs

vso

c.g. arm

arm

station

centre of
gravity

172 kts under


ISA
conditions

125 kts
under ISA
conditions

149 kts
under ISA
conditions

168 kts
under ISA
conditions

85 kts

87 kts

108 kts

125 kts

125-172
kias only in
smooth air

40-125 kias
only in
nil wind
conditions

40-125 kias
only in smooth
air

4.5-5.4 in hg
4.5-5.4 in hg
in maximum
in normal limit
limit of red
of green arc
arc

4.5-5.4 in hg in
normal limit of
white arc

125-172kias
only in
nil wind
conditions
4.5-5.4 in hg
in minimum
limit of yellow
arc

White arc of AIS starts


from

vso - vfe

vso - vs

va - vso

does not have


a limit

Maximum oil temperature


range is

118 C

108 C

180 C

80 C

Invert flight is prohibited

due to
high wing
construction
and gravity
feed fuel
system

due to
fixed pitch
propeller
and
conventiona
l carburetor

due to wet
sump of oil and
actual
minimum 4
quarts of oil is
always
required

The structure meet or


exceeds design load by
150% of flight load factor

flap up
= -3 g to +3.5
g

Use of flap is restricted in


aerobatics flight up to a
limit of

0-10 degree
other then
landing
configura-tion

flap up
= -3 g to
+6.0 g
10-20
degree
other then
landing
configuratio
n

Cessna 152A

it is not
prohibited but
not approved
due to gravity
feed fuel
system and
conventional
carburetor
flap down
= -3 g to
+6.0 g
20-30 degree
other then
landing
configuration

flap down
= -3 g to
+3.5 g
none of the
above as use
of flap during
aerobatics is
strictly
prohibited

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In case of engine failure
during take off role,
application of full

throttle is
required

flaps are
required

brakes are
required
if alternator is
working and
electrical load
in excess
the output of
alternator,
ammeter
shows battery
discharge rate
low voltage
light with
ammeter
discharge both
low

mixture is to be
rich

all above
options are
correct

low vacuum
light with low
voltage

The ammeter indicates


the amount of current in
amperes from

alternator to
battery

battery to
the aircraft
electrical
system

During low rpm condition

low voltage
light will
illuminate

ammeter
indicates
discharge

electrical circuits in
Cessna 152A aircraft is
protected by

push to
restart type

pull - off
type

both

none of the
above

The stall warning system


of this aircraft is
equipped with a stall
warning system that is

pneumatic
type which
sounds
warning at 510 kts above
stall warning
system

electric type
which
indicates
stall warning
by light

both this
system works
together

none of the
above

Landing without elevator


control require

trim for
vertical flight
by throttle
and elevator
trim

trim for
horizontal
flight by
throttle and
elevator trim

trim aircraft by
using desired
flap setting

aircraft
cannot be
controlled
without
elevator

continue
cranking: fire
will whip out
of its own

shut down
engine

continue
cranking
to get a start,
then power to
1700 rpm
and then
shut down
the engine

continue
cranking the
engine till it
starts

60 - 70 kts

70 - 80 kts

60 - 55 kts

50 - 55 kts

apply brakes

cut throttle

cut mixture

fuel shut off


valve-off

Engine fire during flight

mixture idle
cut off

fuel flow
valve to be
off

throttle to
idle

Open windows
and inspect
first

What topics does section


8 cover

handling and
service
maintenance

emergencies

general

limitations

During start on ground, if


fire occurs from engine

Forced landing with


engine power, airspeed
must be
Engine failure during take
off roll, first action by PIC
is to

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What information is
displayed on the
identification plate of the
aircraft

owners name
and address

serial no.
model no.
production
certificate
no. &
type
certificate
no

Where is the
identification plate
located

outside left
door on
fuselage

on firewall
at rear of
engine

manufacturers
name and
address

none of the
above

cabin floor
below the
left rear corner
of pilot's seat .

on instrument
panel

airworthiness
certificate ,
registration
certificate , a/c
radio station
license

What is to be displayed
on the aircraft at all times

fuel consumption

flight plan

address of
airworthiness
office

What is to be carried on
the aircraft at all times

pilot's
operating
handbook,
weight and
balance
equipment list

operations
manual

quality
assurance
manual

none of the
above

What can be available on


request

certificate of
airworthi-ness

airplane
logbook,
engine
logbook

certificate of
registration

weight
schedule

30
either side of
centre

45
either side
of centre

60
either side
of centre

90
either side
of centre

flight release
certificate

rudder lock

pitot cover

certificate of
registration

head into the


wind

broadside
facing wind

by applying
pressure on
the elevators

none of the
above

While towing , what angle


of nose gear should not
be exceeded while
turning
What should be removed
from the aircraft before
towing
With respect to the wind
direction , how should the
aircraft be parked
While pushing the tail
cone , how can buckling
of the skin be avoided
What levelling is
accomplished by placing
the levelling screws on
stations 94.63 & 132.93
Longitudinal levelling can
be accomplished by
placing the levelling
screws on stations ___
& ___

Cessna 152A

tail into the


wind
by applying
pressure on
bulkhead

irrespective
of wind
direction
by steering
nose wheel
through 30
only

horizontal
levelling

longitudinal
levelling

vertical
levelling

three
dimensional
levelling

94.63 &
132.94

95.63 &
133.94

94.63 &
133.94

95.63 & 132.94

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For how many days can
the aircraft be stored in
non operational condition
On every 7th day of
storage, how many times
should the propeller be
rotated by hand
What are the oil
specifications
The aircraft should not be
operated with less than
____ quarts of oil
For normal flights of less
than 3 hrs, how many
quarts of oil is required
For extended flights of
more than 3 hrs, how
many quarts of oil is
required

30 days

60 days

90 days

45 days

10 revolutions

25
revolutions

5
revolutions

15 revolutions

MIL-L-6083
MIL-L-22851

MIL-L-6082
MIL-L22851

MIL-L-6082
MIL-L-22852

MIL-L-6072
MIL-L-22851

6.5

only at
overhaul

When should the oil


change be made

every 100
hours

never

1st change
after 25 hrs ,
then after
every 50 hrs

After what time duration


should the oil filter be
changed

3 months

6 months

9 months

at engine
overhaul

ATF and
JP5

100ll grade
aviation fuel
(blue),
100/130 grade
aviation fuel
( green).

JP5, JP7 and


mogas

What are the approved


fuel grades

100ll and ATF

___ & ___ can be added


to fuel supply in
quantities less than 1%
to 15 % by volume

fuel should
not be
adulterated

mogas

JP5 and JP7

isopropyl
alcohol or
ethylene glycol
monomethyl
ether

What is the capacity of


standard fuel tanks

15 gallons

13 gallons

29 gallons

20 gallons

What is the capacity of


long range tanks

25 gallons

19.5 gallons

13 gallons

20 gallons

What is the anti-icing


fluid called

MIL-F-5566

EGME

MIL-H-5606

none of the
above

With what apparatus can


the concentration of
water be checked

inclinometer

chamois
leather

differential
refractometer

differential
pressure gauge

What is the nose wheel


tire pressure

20 psi

21.5 psi

30 psi

25 psi

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Main wheel tire pressure

25 psi

21 psi

30 psi

25.3 psi

What is the brake fluid


grade

w-120

w-100

mil-h-5606

none of the
above

kerosene

stoddard
solvent

100ll

petrol

isopropyl
alcohol

kerosene

petrol

turpentine

What are the replaceable


door post map light bulb
numbers

S2243-1 &
S2243-2

S2242-1 &
S2243-2

S2243-1 &
S2242-2

S2244-1 &
S2243-2

What topic does section


9 cover

limitations

Supplements

general

emergency
procedures

What is the type of clock


installed in the Cessna
152A

titan quartz

rolex
chronometer

astro teach
LC-2 quartz
chronometer

none of the
above

How is the intensity of


the backlight of the clock
controlled

push pull
switch

radio lt
rheostat

5 amp
circuit
breaker

10 amp circuit
breaker

What is displayed when


operating in the clock
mode

time of day in
hours and
minutes

date
and time
of day

time of day in
hours, minutes
and seconds

none
of the
above

At what intervals does


the colon blink

15 seconds

10 seconds

1 second

1.5 seconds

In how much time does


the clock mode return
from the date display
mode automatically

1 second

1.5 seconds

2.5 seconds

15 seconds

Using which button


on the aircraft clock
can the timer be set
to '0'

right hand
button

upper
button

left hand
button

centre
button

Where is the ground


service plug receptacle
located

behind
a door
adjacent to
the firewall on
the left side of
the upper
cowl

behind
a door
adjacent to
the firewall
on the right
side of the
upper cowl

between
the pilot and
co-pilot seats

at
location 530

only after
rotating the
propeller
5 times

there is no
standby
vacuum pump

Oil and grease stains can


be removed by
What will remove ice
accumulation
satisfactorily without
damaging paint

Is using a ground service


plug receptacle
recommended for
charging a dead battery

yes

no

only in
cold weather

Where is the standby


vacuum pump located

under the
cowl aft of the
starter

next to
the fuel
drain plug

mounted aft
side of firewall
behind instrument panel

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Is IFR flight
recommended with
an inoperative engine
driven vacuum pump
At what altitude does
the suction gauge
indicate below 4.5 in. hg
and is still normal
and operational
At what temperature
should the winterization
kit be installed
When is the ELT
activated

no

yes

only when
clearance
is obtained
from the
control tower

15,000 ft

14,700 ft

10,000 ft

13,000 ft

below 20C

below 10F

below 30F

below 20F

impact
of 1g

impact of 5g
and above
international
distress
frequencies
of 243.0
MHz. or
121.5 MHz

during a
steep turn

when
exceeding vne

the frequency
currently
in use

on all
military
frequencies

with special
permission
from the DGCA

What frequencies does


the ELT operate on

any preset
frequency

What is the range of


transmission of the ELT
following a crash landing

100 miles at
10,000 ft

10 miles at
5,000 ft

50 miles at
5,000 ft

100 miles at
5,000 ft

What is the power output


and for how much time
does the ELT transmit

25 mw. rated
power output,
48 hrs

75 mw.
rated power
output,
48 hrs

75 mw.
rated power
output,
24 hrs

15 mw.
rated power
output,
36 hrs

What is the temp range


of transmission of the
ELT

10C to 25C

0C to
100C

-20C to
50C

-4C to
131F

red,
under
pilots seat

yellow,
on the
forward
bulk head

black,
along with
the first aid kit

50 kHz to
700 kHz

receiver
and
bearing
indicator

118.000 to
135.975 MHz.
in
75 kHz steps

What colour
is the ELT unit
and where is
it installed
What is the frequency
range of the ADF
What is the system of the
ADF comprised of

What is the operational


range of nav/com

Cessna 152A

bright
orange,
behind
baggage
compartment
wall in tail
cone
100 kHz to
1000 kHz
receiver,
bearing
indicator
and loop
antenna
118.000 to
135.975 MHz.
in 25 kHz
steps

200 kHz to
1699 kHz
receiver,
bearing
indicator
and sense
antenna
118.000 to
135.975
MHz. in
50 kHz
steps

200 kHz to
500 kHz
receiver,
bearing
indicator,
loop antenna,
sense antenna
118.000 to
135.975 MHz.
in 5 kHz steps

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Between what
frequencies does the
navigation receiver
receive signals

108.00 to
117.95 MHz
in 25 kHz
steps

On what frequencies
does the transponder
transmit and receive
signals on

transmits on
1030 MHz
and receives
on 1090 MHz

What is the no. of


channels the glide can
receive ILS glide slope
signals

40 channels

What is the spacing


between channels and
operational range of the
glide slope

spacing
250 kHz
apart,
range 329.15
to 335 MHz

When is the glide slope


indicator unusable
Above what altitude is
the transponder's altitude
reporting capabilities
available

when GS flag
is visible or
glide slope is
off
above
5000 ft. and
in 100 ft.
increments

108.00 to
117.95 MHz
in 50 kHz
steps
transmits on
1000 MHz
and
receives on
1030 MHz
30 channels
spacing
100 kHz
apart,
range
329.15 to
335 MHz
when
circuit
breaker
pops out
above
1000 ft and
in 100 ft
increments
formed
sheet metal
ribs & v
type
corrugated
aluminium
skin joined
together at
the leading
edge

108.00 to
117.95 MHz
in 5 kHz steps

108.00 to
117.95 MHz in
75 kHz steps

transmits on
1090 MHz and
receives on
1030 MHz

transmits on
900 MHz and
receives on
1030 MHz

20 channels

10 channels

spacing
150 kHz
apart,
range 329.15
to 335 MHz

spacing
150 kHz
apart,
range 300 to
350 MHz

indicator
never
fails

none
of the
above

above
1000 ft and
in 1000 ft
increments

above
10,000 ft and in
100 ft
increments

contain
balance
weights

none
of the
above

Mark the
correct
statement
regarding ailerons

they are
double-slotted

What effect
will the forward
motion of the trim
wheel have

have
no effect

trim nose
up

trim nose
down

cause
aircraft
to yaw

Gyro-operated
flight instruments
are

arranged
side by side
to left of
control
column

side by side
slightly to
the right of
control
column

one above
another
slightly to the
left of control
column

one above
another slightly
to
the right of
control column

Avionics equipment are


stacked approx on____of
the panel

centre

left

right

above

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Tachometer, ammeter,
economy mixture
indicator and additional
instruments are on
the_____of the panel

left

right

centre

lower half

Nose wheel
can be turned
by a tow bar by

30 degrees

15 degrees

20 degrees

45 degrees

8.5, 30

30, 8.5

25, 7.5

7.5, 25

25 feet
1 inch

30 feet
2 inches

25 feet
2 inches

10 feet
2 inches

Wing flaps are

double slotted

single
slotted

ans (A) and


deflection of
10 up & 20
down

ans (B) and


deflection of
30

Wing flap system is


protected by
a_____circuit breaker

15 amp

25 amp

10 amp

30 amp

The airplane
has_____brake system

hydraulically
actuated

pneumatic

air pressured

none of
the above

A control lock is
provided to prevent
damage caused by wind
buffeting when the
aircraft is parked to the

ailerons only

ailerons &
elevator

rudders &
elevators

rudders &
ailerons

Major engine
accessories
include

elevator,
rudders &
ailerons

tachometer,
carburetor &
ammeter

none
of
the
above

tachometer
is calibrated
in 100
increments

ans (A) &


is engine
mechanical
driven

starter,
belt-driven
alternator &
oil cooler
ans (B) &
indicates
engine and
propeller
speed

ans (C) &


maximum
speed of 2550
rpm

start-both-l-roff

off-l-r-bothstart

off-r-l-startboth

off-r-l-both-start

rise in rpm by
approx. 50

loss in rpm
by approx.
150

loss in rpm by
approx. 50

rise in rpm by
approx. 150

up-draft, float
type & idle
cut-off
mechanism

fixed jet,
pneumatic
type

both

all are correct

When rudder pedals are


pressed the nose wheel
turns through an arc of
approx. ____ and when
brakes applied_____
Minimum turning
radius of the
airplane is

Mark
the
most
correct
statement
Ignition
starter switch
is labelled
Use of full carburetor
heat at full throttle will
cause
Carburetor is of the type

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Engine is cooled by

ram air

Propeller of the aircraft is

single-bladed,
fixed pitch,
two-piece
forged
aluminium
propeller

engine
cooler
two-bladed,
fixed-pitch,
one-piece
forged
aluminium
propeller

Electrical system of the


airplane consists of

28 volt DC
and 24 volt
battery

avionics fan

all the above

two-bladed,
variable pitch,
one-piece
forged
aluminium
propeller

none of the
above

24 volt DC
and 28 volt
battery

ans (A) and


belt driven
alternator of
15 amp

Ans (B) and


belt driven
alternator of
60 amp

Low voltage
light illuminates

ammeter
shows
discharge

under low
rpm &
ammeter
shows
discharge

due to excess
voltage on the
battery

all the above

The colour of the


low voltage light is

flashing
green

series of
yellow
flashes

red

white

Electrical circuits
are protected by

push-to-reset
type

both

none of
the above

Radio lt controls

intensity of
the radio
lights

intensity of
instrument &
panel lights

all are wrong

Pitot heat switch is


protected by a

60 amp
alternator

15 amp
circuit
breaker

flip switch

If the vacuum system


fails, then the gyro
instrument that will still
operate

turn &
slip
coordinator

suction gage

artificial horizon

Low vacuum light


indicates

ammeter
shows
discharge

low vacuum
in the
suction gauge

low rpm
conditions

Suction gauge will


read_____at 20000feet

4.5 inches hg

4.0 inches hg

4.1 inches hg

Accelerometer is
calibrated from

-5g to +5g

+5g to +10g

0 to +10g

Cessna 152A

pull-off
type
intensity of
static
interference
in radio
5 amp
circuit
breaker
directional
indicator
low vacuum
condition
existing in
the vacuum
system
4.7 inches
hg
-5g to +10g

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Academy of Carver Aviation Pvt. Ltd.

Cessna 152A

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