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1. The length of daylight changes with the declination of the sun. In mid-

latitudes (e.g. 45N/S) the rate of change will be greatest at:

(b) perihelion

(c) the equinoxes

(d) aphelion

2. The angle between the ecliptic and the plane of the Equator is:

(a) 0

(b) 23

(c) 66

(d) 90

2950 nm and then due West for 382 nm to position B. Position B is:

(b) 0000'N/S 17154'E

(c) 4248'S 11423'E

(d) 0000'N/S 17516'E

(a) the period between either sunrise or sunset and the time when the

Sun is 6 below the horizon

(b) the period between either sunrise or sunset and the time when the

Sun is 12 below the horizon

(c) the period between the time when the Sun is 6 below the horizon

and the time when the Sun is 12 below the horizon

(d) the period between sunset and sunrise

(5000'N 12300'W) on 6th December ?

(a) 1554

(b) 2330

(c) 1542

(d) 2342

UTC date ?

(b) 1345 on 6th

(c) 1738 on 6th

(d) 0220 on 7th

7. An aircraft leaves Guam (1300'N 14345'E) at 2300 Standard Time on

30th April to fly to Los Angeles, California, USA (3350'N 11715'W). If

the flight time is 11 hours 15 minutes what is the Standard Time of

arrival in Los Angeles ?

(a) 0615

(b) 0830

(c) 1740

(d) 1715

4East. The required compass heading will be:

(a) 033

(b) 359

(c) 337

(d) 303

magnetic field and the flux lines of the Earth's magnetic field at

any point

(b) the angle between Magnetic North and True North measured in

degrees East (+) or West (-)

(c) the angle between the vertical component of the Earth's magnetic

field and the flux lines of the Earth's field at any point

(d) the angle between Magnetic North and Compass North measured

in degrees East (+) or West (-)

180E/W ?

(a) 540

(b) 621

(c) 1000

(d) 1223

11. From position A, 04N 030W, an aircraft flies 600 nm due South, then

600 nm due East, then 600 nm due North, then 600 nm due West.

The final position of the aircraft in relation to A will be:

(b) at A

(c) due West of A

(d) due North of A

(a) an isogonal

(b) an agonic line

(c) an isoclinal

(d) an aclinic line

13. An aircraft accelerates on a westerly heading in the northern

hemisphere. The effect on a direct reading magnetic compass will be:

(b) continue to indicate the correct heading

(c) indicate a turn to the East

(d) indicate a turn to the North

hemisphere. The effect on a direct reading magnetic compass will be:

(b) the compass needle will continue to indicate correctly without

being deflected

(c) the compass needle could be deflected either clockwise or anti-

clockwise depending on the extent of the acceleration

(d) the compass needle will turn anti-clockwise

(b) change of magnetic heading only

(c) change of magnetic latitude or change of magnetic heading

(d) hammering during aircraft production

compass ?

component

(b) on permanent change of magnetic latitude

(c) only after a lightning strike or exposure to static electricity

(d) when residual deviation is found to be less than 3

(b) to achieve and indicate synchronisation of the gyro and magnetic

elements of the compass

(c) to prevent both turning and acceleration errors

(d) to prevent acceleration errors

compass ?

(b) on permanent change of magnetic longitude

(c) after a lightning strike or exposure to extensive static electricity

(d) before each flight

19. What is the advantage of a gyromagnetic compass over a direct reading

compass ?

(b) a significant reduction in turning and acceleration errors

(c) it can be used to feed heading information into the Inertial

Navigation System (INS)

(d) it can be compensated for density error

(b) route charts for selected great circle routes

(c) route charts for trans-polar routes

(d) accurate depiction of rhumb line tracks

the scale of the chart at 60S ?

(a) 1:3,207,664

(b) 1:3,704,000

(c) 1:1,852,000

(d) 1:7,408,000

what latitude (to the nearest degree) is chart convergence correct ?

(a) 25

(b) 38

(c) 52

(d) 78

(b) n=1

(c) sine of the parallel of origin

(d) zero

24. On a chart with a scale of 1:600,000 the distance between two point is

42 mm. What is the distance on the Earth between these two points ?

(a) 2.52 km

(b) 25.2 km

(c) 252 km

(d) 2,520 km

(b) all great circle tracks are depicted as straight lines

(c) meridians of longitude

(d) any parallel of latitude including the Equator

26. Where is the scale correct on a Transverse Mercator chart ?

(b) along the central meridian and its anti-meridian

(c) at the Parallel of Origin

(d) scale is constant over the entire chart

angle of 043T and a second meridian at an angle of 055T. If the

constant of the cone is given as 0.75 what is the difference in longitude

between the two meridians ?

(a) 49

(b) 16

(c) 12

(d) 9

the relative bearing to an NDB as 270. Variation is 10 East at the

aircraft and 15 East at the NDB. What is the QDM to the NDB?

(a) 216

(b) 221

(c) 231

(d) 241

29. If the groundspeed is 236 kts and the distance to go is 354 nm the time

to go is:

(a) 1 hr 30 mins

(b) 40 mins

(c) 1 hr 50 mins

(d) 1 hr 40 mins

30. Required track 070T, variation 30W, deviation +1, drift 10S. What

is the required compass heading ?

(a) 089

(b) 091

(c) 099

(d) 101

31. Required track 300T, drift 8S, variation 10W, deviation +4. What is

the required compass heading ?

(a) 298

(b) 306

(c) 314

(d) 316

32. If the groundspeed is 135 kts and the distance to go is 433 nm the time

to go is:

(b) 3 hrs 12 mins

(c) 3 hrs 21 mins

(d) 3 hrs 30 mins

travel 215 nm?

(a) 43 mins

(b) 1 hr 09 mins

(c) 1 hr 20 mins

(d) 1 hr 33 mins

gallon available the aircraft's endurance is:

(b) 4 hrs 31 mins

(c) 3 hrs 46 mins

(d) 3 hrs 14 mins

35. Heading 145T, TAS 270 kts, wind velocity 205T/30 kts. What is the

drift and groundspeed?

(b) 5left 252 kts

(c) 6 right 257 kts

(d) 5 right 252 kts

36. The QDM of runway 08 is 083. The wind, as given by Air Traffic

Control, is 035/30 kts. Variation is 20W. What is the headwind

component?

(a) 16 kts

(b) 26 kts

(c) 23 kts

(d) 20 kts

37. Required track is 260T, TAS 220 kts, wind velocity 275T/30 kts.

Variation is 15W. What is the required true heading and

groundspeed?

(b) 266 240 kts

(c) 253 201 kts

(d) 262 191 kts

38. Track 210M, heading 215M, TAS 360 kts, variation 15 East. If the

aircraft covers 64 nm in 12 minutes the wind (T) which has affected

the aircraft is:

(a) 250/50

(b) 260/60

(c) 265/50

(d) 195/50

39. The required track is 003T, TAS 130 kts, wind velocity 190T/40 kts,

variation 15 West. What is the required true heading and

groundspeed?

(b) 005 170 kts

(c) 013 210 kts

(d) 012 152 kts

40. An aircraft is to land on runway 22 and the wind is given by Air Traffic

Control as steady from 260. A 10 kts headwind component is required

and the aircraft has a 35 kts crosswind limit. Variation is 20W.

What are the minimum and maximum wind speeds which the aircraft

can accept?

(b) 10 kts 35 kts

(c) 13 kts 40 kts

(d) 13 kts 54 kts

41. Heading 074T, TAS 230 kts, track 066T, groundspeed 242 kts. What

is the wind velocity?

(b) 140T/35 kts

(c) 320T/45 kts

(d) 180T/35 kts

42. Magnetic track 212, TAS 220 kts, wind velocity 160M/50 kts. What

is the groundspeed?

(b) 220 kts

(c) 194 kts

(d) 185 kts

43. Indicated outside air temperature -30C, TAS 438 kts; what is COAT?

(a) 050C

(b) 045C

(c) 040C

(d) 030C

44. CAS 300 kts, pressure altitude 31,000 ft, IOAT -35. What is TAS?

(b) 485 kts

(c) 474 kts

(d) 452 kts

45. Pressure altitude 5,000 ft, COAT ISA +20C. What is the density

altitude?

(a) 5,600 ft

(b) 6,500 ft

(c) 7,800 ft

(d) 8,700 ft

46. CAS 250 kts, pressure altitude 25,000 ft, COAT -15C. What is the

Mach No?

(a) 0.59

(b) 0.61

(c) 0.63

(d) 065

47. The distance from A to B is 3,016 nm, TAS is 480 kts and there is a

headwind of 90 kts outbound and a tailwind of 75 kts from B to A. If

the aircraft leaves A at 1320 UTC what is the ETA at the Equal Time

Point?

(a) 1752

(b) 1701

(c) 1631

(d) 1535

Radar. Variation is 12W. What is the true bearing of the aircraft from

the island?

(a) 054

(b) 066

(c) 078

(d) 114

Radar. Variation is 17W. What is the true bearing from the aircraft to

the island?

(a) 088

(b) 122

(c) 118

(d) 152

50. To maintain an ILS glideslope of 3.5 at a groundspeed of 150 kts the

required rate of descent is:

(b) 760 ft/min

(c) 875 ft/min

(d) 930 ft/min

51. Under normal circumstances, if climbing at constant CAS, the TAS and

MN will:

(a) increase increase

(b) increase decrease

(c) decrease increase

(d) decrease increase

descend to be overhead the VOR/DME at FL70. If the rate of descent

is 2,500 ft/min and the mean groundspeed in the descent is 248 kts

the descent should commence at a DME range of:

(a) 64 nm

(b) 58 nm

(c) 53 nm

(d) 47 nm

to commence descent to be overhead the DME at FL120. If the mean

groundspeed in the descent is 396 kts the required rate of descent will

be:

(b) 1,650 ft/min

(c) 2,310 ft/min

(d) 2,440 ft/min

'standard' grid (i.e. a grid aligned with the Greenwich meridian) and the

Constant of the Cone is given as 0.9. If the aircraft is at 080W

steering a heading of 190G with 10S drift its true track will be:

(a) 272

(b) 128

(c) 282

(d) 200

55. What is the first screen to be seen when the FMS is switched on?

(a) IDENT

(b) POS IDENT

(c) PERF INIT

(d) INIT REF

56. What causes the seasons?

(b) the angle between the Earth's axis and the plane of its orbit

around the Sun

(c) the variation in the Earth's distance from the Sun at different

points on the orbit

(d) the variation in orbital speed of the Earth at different points on its

orbit around the Sun

57. What is the highest latitude at which an observer could see the rising

and setting Sun every day?

(a) 62

(b) 64

(c) 66

(d) 72

58. If a VOR has an error of 1 degree what is the error in nautical miles at

a distance of 200 nm?

(a) 3.3

(b) 2.0

(c) 1.2

(d) 4.2

110 kts. The next reporting point is 420 nm away and the aircraft is

instructed to reduce speed immediately to delay arrival at the reporting

point by five minutes. What is the required Mach No?

(a) 0.81

(b) 0.78

(c) 0.68

(d) 0.65

60. Using a Lamberts chart overprinted with a 'standard' grid and a Parallel

of Origin of 76N an aircraft at 100E flying a grid heading of 050 will

have a true heading of

(a) 147

(b) 313

(c) 126

(d) 334

61. Lajes VOR/DME (LM) shows RMI 358/ 135 nm. The position of the

aircraft is:

(b) 3640'N 02625'W

(c) 3620'N 02620'W

(d) 3640'N 03625'W

62. 1320UTC, an aircraft position at 3730'N 2130'W is routing direct to

Porto Santo, TAS 450 kts, wind velocity 360T/50 kts. What is the

estimated time of arrival at SNT?

(a) 1406

(b) 1410

(c) 1346

(d) 1352

63. An aircraft is routing from Porto Santo via Irkid and Foxtrot Two to

Santa Maria. The TAS is 470 kts and the wind velocity is 290T/50 kts.

What is the required initial heading (M) and groundspeed from Irkid to

Foxtrot Two?

(b) 305 410 kts

(c) 314 442 kts

(d) 314 420 kts

64. When entering the Santa Maria Control Area at Delta the PDL

RMI/DME readings would be:

(a) 280/ 80 nm

(b) 270/ 80 nm

(c) 090/ 80 nm

(d) 100/ 80 nm

routing to PTH (N5626.6' W00322.1'), FL180/COAT -10C, TAS 210

kts, heading 038M, groundspeed 245 kts. What is the estimated time

of arrival at CBN?

(a) 1008

(b) 1012

(c) 1004

(d) 1000

(N5554.5 W00212.4'). CAS 270 kts, FL270/COAT -38C, wind

velocity 190T/50 kts. What true heading is required?

(a) 088

(b) 095

(c) 102

(d) 106

67. An aircraft is overhead SAB (N5554.5' W00212.4') at 1511 UTC

routing to LST (N5804.3' E00641.2'). CAS 170 kts, FL170/COAT -

20C, wind velocity 290T/50 kts. The TAS is 220 kts, drift is 10 S

and the groundspeed is 247 kts. What will be the estimated time of

arrival (UTC) at LST?

(a) 1703

(b) 1639

(c) 1633

(d) 1628

routing to LST (N5804.3' E00641.2'). CAS 170 kts, FL170/COAT -

20C, wind velocity 290T/50 kts. The TAS is 220 kts, drift is 10 S

and the groundspeed is 247 kts. Which of the following statements is

correct?

(a) SAB VOR should be received up to 1550 UTC but not after

1550UTC

(b) SAB VOR should be received after 1550 UTC

(c) SAB VOR should be received up to 1600 UTC but not after 1600

UTC

(d) SAB VOR should be received after 1600 UTC

69. SAB (N5554.5' W00212.4') RMI 284, NEW (5502.3' W00141.9') RMI

230. The aircraft's position is:

(b) 5550'N 00017'W

(c) 5545'N 00030'W

(d) 5540'N 00027'W

45nm DME The aircraft position is:

(b) 5552'N 00427'W

(c) 5546'N 00433'W

(d) 5552N 00436'W

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2. (b) 37. (d)

3. (d) 38. (c)

4. (a) 39. (a)

5. (a) 40. (d)

6. (b) 41. (d)

7. (d) 42. (d)

8. (a) 43. (a)

9. (d) 44. (a)

10. (c) 45. (c)

11. (a) 46. (b)

12. (d) 47. (a)

13. (d) 48. (a)

14. (d) 49. (a)

15. (d) 50. (c)

16. (b) 51. (a)

17. (b) 52. (c)

18. (c) 53. (b)

19. (b) 54. (a)

20. (b) 55. (a)

21. (c) 56. (b)

22. (c) 57. (b)

23. (b) 58. (a)

24. (b) 59. (a)

25. (c) 60. (a)

26. (b) 61. (b)

27. (b) 62. (a)

28. (c) 63. (a)

29. (a) 64. (a)

30. (a) 65. (c)

31. (a) 66. (b)

32. (b) 67. (d)

33. (c) 68. (a)

34. (b) 69. (c)

35. (a) 70. (b)

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