FF106

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  1. When would you not execute the break:
    • When there is an aircraft on a straight-in between 5 and 2 miles
    • Aircraft flying an ELP between "report high key" and low key
    • A conflict exist on inside downwind
    • Report "C/S, break point straight through"
  2. At perch, do not start final turn if:
    • Another aircraft is in the final turn and not in sight
    • A straight-in is inside 2 miles and not in sight
    • An ELP is inside low key and normal spacing cannot by maintained
    • You cannot maintain normal pattern size and safe spacing
    • Not properly configured by perch point
    • If above exist - BREAK OUT
  3. Common "hot spots" in the pattern.
    • 45 to initial
    • Break point
    • Perch point
    • Takeoff leg
    • VFR entry point
  4. What does the break consist of?
    180° decelerating, level turn to downwind, normally performed between approach end and 3,000 feet down the runway
  5. How do you compensate for a undershooting or angling wind?
    less downwind displacement is needed
  6. How do you compensate for an overshooting wind?
    need to fly a wider inside downwind to create more displacement from the runway
  7. Rule of thumb for crab angle on inside downwind.
    Double the crab you had on initial
  8. How do you adjust roll of the perch with a headwind down the runway?
    roll of the perch early since the wind will tend to blow you away from the runway
  9. How would you adjust your roll off the perch point with a tailwind down the runway?
    need to extend the point where you roll of the perch
  10. What should your altitude be halfway through the final turn, flaps TO?
    • 600-700' AGL
    • 115 KIAS
  11. To establish wing low on final:
    • First apply rudder to align the nose with the runway.
    • Apply aileron opposite the rudder to stop the drift and keep the flight path aligned with the runway
  12. You are applying the wing-low method to align the aircraft with the runway. If you fail to apply aileron after using the rudder to align the nose of the aircraft with the runway, the aircraft will ____.
    drift with the wind
  13. When can you not request closed?
    • When there is an aircraft on a straight-in between 5 and 2 miles
    • There is an aircraft on initial
    • Aircraft flying an ELP between "report high key" and low key
    • A conflict exist on closed downwind
  14. What is the reentry procedure designed to do?
    to place your aircraft wings-level at pattern altitude and airspeed no later than 1NM prior to the published entry point
  15. For a normal pattern, you should plan to roll out on final at ____ AGL, ____ NM from the runway.
    150-200; 1/2
  16. You are flying wing-low down final due to crosswinds. What would be the indication that you have too much aileron in?
    The aircraft will start an uncoordinated turn into the wind.
  17. Final turn airspeeds:
    • LDG flaps - 110 KIAS - 15%
    • TO flaps - 115 KIAS - 15%
    • flaps UP - 120 KIAS - 12%
  18. Final airspeeds:
    • LDG flaps - 100 KIAS - 16-18%
    • TO flaps - 105 KIAS - 14-16%
    • flaps UP - 110 KIAS - 12-14%
  19. How high should you be halfway through the final turn?
    600-700' AGL
  20. Outside pattern segments:
    • Crosswind
    • Outside downwind
    • 90 to initial
    • 45 to initial
    • Initial
  21. Overhead pattern segments:
    • The break
    • Inside downwind
    • Perch
    • Final turn
    • Final approach
  22. What is the order when using the wing-low method of establishing the aircraft on final?
    • Rudder to align the nose with the runway
    • Aileron opposite rudder to stop the drift and keep flight path aligned with the runway
    • Power to maintain approach airspeed because of the increased drag
  23. How will a headwind affect your configuration on final?
    • Pitch will be slightly higher
    • Power setting will be higher
    • Landing assured later
  24. How will a tailwind affect your configuration on final?
    • Lower pitch - descend faster
    • Less power
    • Landing will be assured sooner

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