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ANSWER KEY TO REVIEW QUESTIONS

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1. When two aircraft are converging at approximately the same altitude,
(3)

The aircraft which has the other on the right must cede the right-of-way

2. In order to pass an aircraft at your 12 o’clock and at the same altitude, you must
(3)

Change heading to the right.

3. A series of flashing green lights directed at an aircraft signifies respectively:
in flight
on the ground
(3) return for landing
You are cleared to taxi;
4. A series of flashing white lights directed at an aircraft in the manoeuvring area of an
airport signifies:
(2) return to your point of departure on the airport.
5. An airport is an aerodrome:
(4) certified.
6. All runways and taxiways or parts there-of which are closed to aircraft are marked with:
(3) A white or yellow X;
7. An ATC instruction:
(1)
must be complied with once received by the pilot, so long as the instruction does
not compromise the security of the aircraft.;
8. If, after acknowledging a clearance, the pilot realises that he cannot comply with it, he
must :
(1)
take the actions required by his immediate situation and advise ATC when
possible;
9. The main goal of a Flight Safety investigation, following an aviation accident or incident,
it to :
(4) prevent a recurrence of the incident.
10. After an aviation accident, the pilot or operator of the aircraft in question must transmit
the details of the accident to the TSB :
(4) as soon as possible by the fastest communication medium.
11. As part of initial contact with a Canadian ATC unit, the pilot of the aircraft C-GFLU
should transmit the aircraft registration as :
(3) “Golf Foxtrot Lima Uniform, over.”
12. ATIS is usually provided:
(2) To reduce congestion on the radio frequencies.
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-10*** ALTERATION OF THIS DOCUMENT IS FORBIDDEN *** . or request a turn to avoid its trajectory. Unless oxygen and oxygen masks are available.5 on the onboard radio. as specified in the CARs. when taking off behind a heavier aircraft. 15. all infants for whom a child restraint system is not provided must be : (2) held securely in the arms of an adult who has their seat belt fastened. 14. no person shall pilot a non-pressurized aircraft above : (4) 13 000 feet ASL. The pilot of an aircraft in flight should if possible maintain a listening watch for distress signals on: (2) VHF frequency 121. 16. an aircraft cleared to enter the circuit must: (1) fly as high as possible without entering the clouds. (3) only during the day. 19. To avoid wake turbulence. for the sole purpose of flight training. 18. act as PIC of an aircraft . The holder of a student pilot permit may. in order to maintain VFR flight. Pilots shall activate the “IDENT” control on their transponder : (2) only when instructed to do so by ATC. a pilot should: (4) take off before the rotation point of the large aircraft and climb to remain above its climb path. When the ceiling is reported at 1000 feet and visibility is reported at 3 miles. The CARs identify an “infant” as a person: (4) under 2 years of age.. Once the PIC has instructed that seat belts be fastened. 20. 17.13.