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1.

No pilot shall operate an aircraft in formation flight, except:

A By arrangement between the pilot-in-command of each aircraft


B By prior written approval having been granted by the Commissioner
C In uncontrolled airspace

2. Where a right hand circuit is in force at an airfield, an aircraft wishing to


overtake another aircraft may:

A Overtake the slower aircraft by passing on its left


B Overtake the slower aircraft by passing on its right
C Not overtake the slower aircraft.

3. A pilots licence expires on Thursday at midnight, on the subsequent weekend


the pilot may

A Not fly as pilot-in-command under any circumstances


B Fly if he has requested an extension of his licence by telegram to the
secretary
C Only fly as pilot-in-command if he is accompanied by a co-pilot with a valid
licence and the appropriate type rating.

4. Special VFR can be given:

A Both the others.


B When visibility is less than 1500m.]
C By day only

5. The highest allowable VFR Flight Level is:

A `FL 185
B FL 195
C FL 205

5. Regarding the Pilot In Command (PIC) duties during flight preparation, it is


true to say that in addition to other requirements they must:

A Ensure that the aircraft is refuelled and airworthy and the instruments and
equipment required for the flight are installed and serviceable and the
mass does not exceed the maxim certificated mass.
B Ensure that the aircraft is refuelled and the instruments and equipment
required for the flight are installed and serviceable and the mass exceeds
the maximum certificated mass by no more
than three percent.
C Ensure that the aircraft is airworthy and the instruments and equipment
required for the flight are installed and serviceable and the mass does not
exceed the maximum certificated mass and the CofG is within the
permissible range.

6. No aircraft owner or operator shall operate an aircraft without each seat being
equipped with:

A A seat belt
B A seat belt for cabin crew members and a safety harness for each flight
deck crew member
C A safety harness for all crew members

7. When an aircraft is being overtaken by another aircraft, which aircraft has the
right of way and in which direction must the aircraft overtaking turn:

A The aircraft being overtaken; and the overtaking aircraft must turn to the
left.
B The overtaking aircraft; to the left
C The overtaken aircraft; to the right

8. To overtake another aircraft in the circuit, the overtaking aircraft must:

A turn right
B turn right except in a right hand circuit
C turn left

9. The pre flight inspection of an aircraft is the responsibility of the:

A co pilot
B pilot in command
C flight engineer

10. The holder of a Student Pilot's Licence may:

A Fly solo in the type of aircraft in which he is undergoing training;


B Fly solo by night provided he is authorised by his instructor;
C Fly a navigation exercise across international borders provided it is part of
his course.

11. Every VFR flight shall be conducted so that the aircraft is flown with visual
reference to the surface by day and at no time above more than.

A Four eighths cloud within a 3 nm radius


B Three eighths cloud within a 5 nm radius
C Three eighths cloud within a 3 nm radius
12. As stated under Part 91, no person shall act as a flight crew member of an
aircraft:

A Within 12 hrs. following scuba diving


B Within 24 hrs. following scuba diving
C Within 36 hrs. following scuba diving

13. The ceiling minimum for a visual flight in an ATA is:

A 1000 feet
B 500 feet if you have two way contact when departing
C 2000 feet.

14. An aerodrome or its environs shall not be crossed at a height of less than:

A 2000 feet.
B 1500 feet.’
C 1000 feet.

15. Minimum height when routing over a town (ie: Port Alfred) is:

A of not less than 1500 feet above the highest obstacle within a radius of
2000 feet from the aircraft.
B which, in the event of the failure of a power unit, will permit an emergency
landing without undue hazard to persons or property on the surface;
C not less than 1000 feet above the highest obstacle within a radius of 2000
feet from the aircraft;

16. A vehicle moving along a runway or taxiway shall as far as practical keep to
the:

A left side of the runway or taxiway


B either edge of the runway or taxiway
C right side of the runway or taxiway

17. A child is defined as being:

A Between 2 years and 12 years


B Between 1 year and under 12 years
C Between 2 years and under 12 years

18. A PPL class 2 medical certificate shall be carried when carrying out the
duties of a flight crew member and will be valid for ..... months for persons under
the age of 40;

A 18;
B 12.
C 24

19. When two aircraft are converging track:

A The one which has the other on its right shall give way and must avoid
assing ahead of the other, unless well clear of it:
B The one which has the other on its left shall give way and must avoid
passing ahead of the other, unless well clear of it
C Both aircraft should alter heading to the left and maintain so until the
possibility of collision is well avoided.

20. Where a right hand circuit is in force at an airfield, an aircraft wishing to


overtake another aircraft may:

A Overtake the slower aircraft by passing on its right


B Not overtake the slower aircraft.
C Overtake the slower aircraft by passing on its left

21. The pilot in command shall, prior to undertaking an VFR flight, obtain a
weather forecast for the destination and alternate aerodromes for a duration of at
least:

A one hour before and one hour after the ETA at both aerodromes
B the fuel endurance of the aircraft
C the ETA plus 1½ hours at both aerodromes

22. A pilot on final approach notices an aircraft below him which is also on final
approach for the same runway, he should:

A Continue the approach since the other aircraft must keep clear of him;
B Give way to the lower aircraft since it has the right of way.
C Increase speed and land ahead of the other aircraft;

23. From 1500 feet above the surface to FL 100 flight visibility and distance from
cloud must be:

A one nautical mile and dear of cloud


B 5 km visibility, 2000 feet horizontally and 500 feet vertically
C 5 km visibility, 1 nm horizontally and 1000 feet vertically.

24. An unlicensed aerodrome is recognized by:

A the letter P in a circle at the centre of the aerodrome


B the absence of aerodrome markings
C crosses at each end of runways
25. When may you fly through a restricted area:

A At no time
B Only if you have obtained clearance from the relevant authority
C Only if you transmit your intentions on Frequency 124.4 Mhz

26. As stated under Part 1 of the CAR s, estimated time of arrival in respect of a
VFR flight, means:

A Estimated time that the aircraft will arrive over the aerodrome
B Estimated time that the aircraft will touchdown at the destination
aerodrome.
C Estimated time that the aircraft commences shutdown

27. When a pilot departs from the provisions of the CARs in the interests of
safety, he shall:

A as soon as practicable, report such departure and the reasons for it, to the
nearest convenient air traffic services unit.
B as soon as practicable, report the matter to the nearest police
C report to the CAA. within a period of seven days

28. Before carrying passengers the pilot-in-command of an aircraft must have


completed, on the aircraft type in which he intends carrying passengers:

A 5 take-offs and landings in the preceding 90 days


B 5 take-offs and landings in the preceding 6 months
C 3 take-offs and landings in the preceding 90 days.

29. By Law unless otherwise instructed by ATC all turns should be made to the:

A Left;
B Right;
C Always at the pilots discretion.

30. The ceiling minimum for a visual flight in an ATA is:

A 2000 feet.
B 1000 feet
C 500 feet if you have two way contact when departing

31. Every VFR flight shall be conducted so that the aircraft is flown with visual
reference to the surface by day and at no time above more than.

A Three eighths cloud within a 5 nm radius


B Four eighths cloud within a 3 nm radius
C Three eighths cloud within a 3 nm radius

32. The ICAO is a body which:

A Offers guidelines to local aviation authorities


B Decides about all international aviation law
C Is to do with air traffic control

33. When should the initial renewal of your PPL take place:

A Within six months immediately following the date of issue;


B 30 days preceding the first anniversary following the date of issue;
C None of the above.

34. The pre flight inspection of an aircraft is the responsibility of the:

A pilot in command
B flight engineer
C co pilot

35. A vehicle moving along a runway or taxiway shall as far as practical keep to
the:

A right side of the runway or taxiway


B either edge of the runway or taxiway
C left side of the runway or taxiway

36. As stated under Part 91 CAR s, no person shall consume alcohol less than:

A 8 hrs prior to commencing standby for flight duty


B 12 hrs prior to commencing standby for flight duty
C 24 hrs prior to commencing standby for flight duty