FAA RULES

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FAA RULES
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FAA PRIVATE PILOT UND AEROSPACE MARK BEATY PART 91 61
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Some regulations from the FAR/AIM
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  1. What altitude should you fly at going a heading of 0 - 180?
    Odd 3,500/ 5,500/ 7,500
  2. What altitude should you fly at going a heading of 180 - 360?
    Even 2,500/ 4,500/ 6,500
  3. Airspeed Regulations
    • No faster than 250 below 10,000MSL
    • No faster than 200 below 2,500 or within 4NM of class C/D airport
  4. Minimum Altitudes
    Anywhere
    Congested Areas
    Other than congested areas
    • Anywhere - an altitude at which a safe emergency landing is possible
    • Congested Areas - 1,000 above highest obstable within 2,000 radius
    • Other than congested areas - 500 above the surface
  5. Right of Way Rules
    Head on
    Overtaking
    Landing
    • Head on - Each aircraft shall alter course to the right
    • Overtaking - the slower aircraft has the right of way - (faster aircraft pass on right)
    • Landing - aircraft on final has the right of way - (the one at a lower altitude has right of way if two are on final)
  6. Who is responsible for the maintenance on the aircraft?
    The Owner or Operator
  7. Who is responsible for making sure the aircraft is in an airworthy condition?
    The pilot in command
  8. Pilot certificate must be shown on request of:
    • The administrator
    • The NTSB
    • Federal/State/Local law enforcement
    • TSA
  9. Practical test applicant requirements
    • Endorsement from instructor
    • Proper ID
    • Pass Written within 24 calendar months
    • Accomplished all necessary training
    • Have at least a 3rd class medical
    • Signed Application
    • Fee Paid
  10. How long are temporary certificates valid?
    120 Days
  11. What does a flight review entail?
    • One hour flight review of manuevers
    • One hour ground review
  12. What recent experience must you have to carry passengers?
    3 takeoffs and landings (to a full stop) within the preceeding 90 days
  13. What flight time is required to be logged?
    If using time towards a certificate or rating
  14. What must be documented for valid logged flight time?
    • Date
    • Flight Time
    • Location
    • Type of aircraft
  15. How long is the 1st class medical valid?
    • 6 calendar months if under 40
    • 12 caldendar months if under 40
  16. How long is a 2nd class medical valid?
    12 calendar months
  17. If ATC requests a written report from you about an emergency situation, how long do you have to submit it?
    48 Hours
  18. ATC Light Signals
    Steady Green
    Flashing Green
    • Steady Green - Cleared for Landing/Takeoff
    • Flashing Green - Return for landing/Cleared to taxi
  19. ATC Light Signals
    Steady Red
    Flashing Red
    • Steady Red - Give way to other aircraft and circle/Stop
    • Flashing Red - Airport unsafe/taxi clear of runway
  20. ATC Light Signals
    Flashing White
    Alternating Red/Green
    • Flashing White - Return to starting point on the airport (ground only)
    • Alternating Red/Green - Exercise EXTREME CAUTION
  21. Fuel Requirements
    • 30 minutes reserve during day
    • 45 minutes reserve during night
  22. How long is a Third Class Medical valid for?
    • 24 Calendar months if over 40
    • 60 Caldendar months if under 40
  23. How long is a student pilot certificate valid for?
    24 calendar months
  24. How long is a CFI certificate valid for?
    24 calendar months
  25. How long is a private pilot certificate valid for?
    No expiration
  26. FAR SECTIONS
    Part 1
    Part 61
    Part 67
    Part 91
    Part 141
    • 1 Definitions
    • 61 Certificates
    • 67 Medicals
    • 91 Operating Procedures
    • 141 Pilot Schools
  27. Air Worthiness
    • MEL
    • Airworthiness Certificate
    • Registration Certificate
    • Radio License
    • Operating Limitations
    • Weight and Balance
  28. What must a student pilot have on his/her person for a solo cross country
    • Gov't Issued Photo ID
    • Pilot Certificate/Medical
    • Logbook
    • Endorsements
  29. Student Pilot Limitations
    • No passengers
    • No hire
    • No furtherence of business
    • No compensation
    • No international flight
    • No flying without visual reference to the ground
    • No flying visibility less than 3SM day 5SM Night
    • No flying that would conflict with limitations/endorsements
  30. Class vs. Category
    • Category - Airplane/Rotorcraft/Balloon
    • Class - type within category - single engine land, single engine sea
  31. Change in Address - how long to notify FAA?
    30 days - may not act as pilot after 30 days unless notified of change in address
  32. Responsibility of Pilot in Command
    • Final authority to the operation of the aircraft
    • May deviate from regulations to deal with emergency
  33. Oxygen Requirements
    • Above 12,000MSL - Crew must use O2 after 30 minutes
    • Above 14,000MSL - Crew must use for duration
    • Above 15,000MSL - Crew must use O2 and have O2 available for each occupant
  34. ELT Battery (replacement)
    • After 50% of useful life has passed
    • After 1 Hour of cumulative use
  35. Four Parts of MEL
    • Preamble
    • Letter of Authorization
    • Procedures Document
    • Master MEL
  36. How long is the aircraft's airworthiness certificate valid?
    • As long as all inspections and maintenance has been done
    • As long as the aircraft is airworthy - complied with Airworthiness Directives and all required equipment operable
  37. Can the annual inspection count as a 100hour?
    Yes. But a 100hour cannot count as a annual
  38. ELT (required)
    • To be on all aircraft except those training within 50NM radius of airport
    • If the ELT is on board and operable, it must be turned on
  39. Operating W/O MEL - what to check?
    • VFR Day type Certificate
    • Kinds of operations list
    • 91.205 - TOMATO FLAMES/FLAPS
    • Airworthiness Directives
  40. When must you have a mode C transponder? (altitude)
    Above 10,000MSL - 2,500AGL above mountain terrain
  41. 91.205
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    • Tachometer
    • Oil Pressure
    • Manifold Pressure
    • Altimeter
    • Temperature Gauge (Engine)
    • Oil Temperature
  42. 91.205
    F
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    A
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    • Fuel Gauge
    • Flotation Equipment
    • Landing gear position
    • LightAirspeed Indicator
    • Anticollision Lights
    • Magnectic Compass
    • ELT
    • Safety Belts
  43. 91.205
    F
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    A
    P
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    • Fuses
    • Landing Lights
    • Anticollision Lights
    • Position Lights
    • Source of Power
  44. Inspections
    A
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    D
    • Annual - 12 calendar months
    • VOR - 30 days (if IFR)
    • 100 Hour - Every 100 Hours
    • Altimeter - Every 24 Calendar Months
    • Transponder - Every 24 Calendar Months
    • ELT - Every 12 Calendar Months
    • Directives - Open ended

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