Pilot Exam - Regs #3

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  1. 3101 Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, what is the minimum safe altitude for a ilot to operate an aircraft anywhere?

    A. An altitude allowing, if a power unit fails, an emergency landing without undue hazard to person or property on the surface.

    B. An altitude of 500 feet above the surace and no closer than 500 feet to any person, vessel, vehicle, or structure.

    C. An altitude of 500 feet above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 1,000 feet.
    A. An altitude allowing, if a power unit fails, an emergency landing without undue hazard to person or property on the surface.
  2. 3102 Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, what is the minimum safe altitude required for a pilot to operate an aircraft over congested areas?

    A. An altitude of 1000 feet above any erson, vessel, vehilce, or structure.

    B. An altitude of 500 above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 1000 feet of the aircraft.

    C. An altitude of 1000 feet above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 2000 feet of the aircraft.
    C. An altitude of 1000 feet above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 2000 feet of the aircraft.
  3. 3103 Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, what is the minimum safe altitud reuired for a pilot to operate an aircraft over other than a congested area?

    A. An altitude allowing, if a power unit fails, an emergency landing without undue hazard to person or property on the surface.

    B. An altitude of 500 feet AGL, except over open water or sparsely populated area, which requires 500 feet from any person, vessel, vehicle or structure.

    C. An altitude of 500 feet above the highest obstacle within a horizontal radius of 1,000 feet.
    B. An altitude of 500 feet AGL, except over open water or sparsely populated area, which requires 500 feet from any person, vessel, vehicle or structure.
  4. 3104 Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, an aircraft may not be operated closer than what distance from any person, vessel, vehicle, or structure?

    A. 500 feet.

    B. 700 feet.

    C. 1,000 feet.
    A. 500 feet.
  5. 3136 During operations within controlled airspace at altitudes of less than 1200 AGL, the minimum horizontal distance from clouds requirement for VFR flight is:

    A. 1000 feet.

    B. 1500 feet.

    C. 2000 feet.
    C. 2000 feet.
  6. 3138 What minimum flight visibilityis required for VFR flight operations on an airway below 10,000 feet MSL?

    A. 1 mile.

    B. 3 miles.

    C. 4 miles.
    B. 3 miles.
  7. 3139 The minimum distance from clouds required for VFR operations on an airway below 10,000 MSL is:

    A. Remain clear of clouds.

    B. 500 feet below, 1,000 feet above, 2,000 feet horizontally.

    C. 500 feet above, 1,000 feet below, 2,000 feet horizontally.
    B. 500 feet below, 1,000 feet above, 2,000 feet horizontally.
  8. 3140 During operations within controlled airspace at altitudes of more than 1200 AGL, buit less than 10,000 feet MSL, the minimum distance above clouds requirement for VGR flight is:

    A. 500 feet.

    B. 1,000 feet.

    C. 1,500 feet.
    B. 1,000 feet.
  9. 3141 VFR flight in controlled airspace above 1200 feet AGL and below 10,000 feet MSL requires a minimum visibility and vertical cloud clearance of:

    A. 3 miles, and 500 feet below or 1000 feet above the clouds in controlled airspace.

    B. 5 miles, and 1000 feet below or 1000 feet above the clouds at all altitudes.

    C. 5 miles, and 1000 feet below or 1000 feet above the clouds only in class A airspace.
    A. 3 miles, and 500 feet below or 1000 feet above the clouds in controlled airspace.
  10. 3145 The minimum flight visibility required for VFR flights above 10,000 feet MSL and more than 1,200 feet AGL in controlled airspace is:

    A. 1 mile.

    B. 3 miles.

    C. 5 miles.
    C. 5 miles.
  11. 3146 For VFT flight operations above 10k fee MSL and more tha 1200 feet AGL, the minimumhorizontal distance from clouds required is

    A. 1000'

    B. 2000'

    C. 1 S Mile
    C. 1 SMile
  12. 3147 During operatins at altitudes of more than 1200 feet ADL and at or above 10,000 feet MSL, the minimum distance above clouds requirement for VFR flight is

    A. 500'

    B. 1000'

    C. 1500'
    C. 1000' (Class E airspace above 10K requires 1000' below, 1000' above, and 1 SM horizontal.)
  13. 3147 During operatins at altitudes of more than 1200' ADL and at or above 10000'MSL, the minimum distance above clouds requirement for VFR flight is

    A. 500'

    B. 1000'

    C. 1500'
    B. 1000'
  14. 3620-1 (Fig 23, area 1) The visibility and cloud clearnace requirements to operate VFR during daylight hours over Sandpoint Airport at 1200' AGL are

    A. 1 mile and 1000' above, 500' below, and 2000' horizontally from each cloud.

    B. 1 mile and clear of clouds.

    C. 3 miles and 1000' above, 500' below, and 2,000' horizontally from each cloud.
    C. 3 miles and 1000' above, 500' below, and 2,000' horizontally from each cloud.
  15. 3620-2 (Fig 23 area 11) The visibility and cloud clearance requirements to operate over Sandpoint Airport at less than 700' AGL are

    A. 3 miles, 1000' above, 500' below, and 2,000' horizontally from each cloud

    B. 3 miles and clear of clouds

    C. 1 mile 1000' above, 500' below, and 2,000' horizontally from each cloud
    A. 3 miles, 1000' above, 500' below, and 2,000' horizontally from each cloud (Note: this is the only answer that works representing night requirements. Daytime is 1 mile and clear of clouds.)
  16. 3621-1 (Fig 27 area 2) The visibility and cloud clearance requirements to operate VFR during daylight hours over the town of cooperstown between 1200 AGL and 10,000 MSL are

    A. 1 mile and clear of clouds

    B. 1 mile and 1000' above, 500' below, and 2,000 horizontally from clouds.

    C. 3 miles and 1000 feet above, 500 below, and 2000 horizontally
    C. 3 miles and 1000 feet above, 500 below, and 2000 horizontally
  17. 3621-2 (Fig 27 Area 2) The day VFR visibility and cloud clearance requirements to operate over the town of Cooperstown after departing and climbing out fo Cooperstown Airport at or below 700' AGL are

    A. 3 miles and clear of clouds

    B. 1 mile and 1000' above, 500 feet below, and 2000 horizontal

    C. 1 mile and clear of clouds
    C. 1 mile and clear of clouds (Glass G airspace from surface to 700')
  18. 3137 What minimum visibility and clearnace from clouds are required for VFR operations in Class G airspace at 700' AGL or below during daylight hours?

    A. 1 mile visibility and clear of clouds.

    B. 1 mile visibility, 500' below, 1000' above and 2000' horizontal clearance from clouds

    C. 3 miles visibility and clear of clouds.
    A. 1 mile visibility and clear of clouds.
  19. 3142 During operations outside controlled airspace at altitudes of more than 1200'AGL but less than 10,000' MSL the minimum flight visibility for VFR flight at night is

    A. 1 mile

    B. 3 miles

    C. 5 miles
    B. 3 miles
  20. 3143 Outside controlled airspace the minimum fligth requirement for VFR flight above 1200' AGL and below 10,000 MSL during daylight hours is

    A. 1 mile

    B. 3 miles

    C. 5 miles
    A. 1 mile
  21. 3144 During operations outside controlled airspace at altitudes of more than 1200' AG: but less than 10,000' MSL the minimum distance below clouds requirement for VFR flight at night is

    A. 500'

    B. 1000'

    C. 1500'
    A. 500'
  22. 3148 No person may takeoff or land an aircraft under basic VFR at an airport that lies within Class d airspace unless the

    A. flight visibility at the airport is at least 1 mile

    B. Ground visibility at the airport is at least 1 mile

    C. ground visibility at the airport is at least 3 miles.
    C. ground visibility at the airport is at least 3 miles.
  23. 3149 The basic VFR weather minimums for operating an aircraft within Class D airpsace

    A. Foot ceiling and 1 mile visibility

    B. 1000 ceiling and 3 miles visibility

    C. clear of clouds and 2 mile visibility
    B. 1000 ceiling and 3 miles visibility
  24. 3150 A special VFR clearance authorizes the pilot of an aircraft to operate VFR while within Class D airspace when visibility is

    A. Less than 1 mile and the ceiling is less than 1000

    B. at least 1 mile and the aircraft can remain clear of clouds

    C. At least 3 miles and the aircraft can remain clear of clouds.
    B. at least 1 mile and the aircraft can remain clear of clouds
  25. 3151 What is the minimum weather condition required for airplances operating under special VFR in Class D airspace?

    A. 1 mile flight visibility

    B. 1 mile flight visibility and 1000 foot ceiling

    C. 3 miles flight visibility and 1000' ceiling
    A. 1 mile flight visibility
  26. 3153 What are the minimum requirements for airplane operations under special VFR in class d airspace at night?

    A. The airplane must under radar surveillance at all times while in Class d airspace.

    B. The airplane must be equipped for IFR with an altitude reporting transponder.

    C. the pilot must be instrumnet rated and the airplance must be IFR equipped.
    C. the pilot must be instrumnet rated and the airplance must be IFR equipped.
  27. 3154 No person may operate an airplane within Class D airspace at night under special VFR unless the

    A. flight can be conducted 500' below the clouds.

    B. airplane is equipped for instrument fllight

    C. Flight visibility is at least 3 miles.
    B. airplane is equipped for instrument fllight
  28. 3813 What ATC facility should the pilot contact to receive a special VFR departure clearance in Class D airspace?

    A. Automated flight Service Station.

    B. Air Traffic Control Tower

    C. Air Route Traffic Control Center
    B. Air Traffic Control Tower

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