9 FLIG. PER. EXAM. PREP.

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Question 1

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236 The total weight of an airplane together with its total contents at any particular time is referred to as:
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  • O the gross weight,"mass".
  • O zero fuel weight,"mass"
  • O the loaded weight,"mass"
  • O the all up weight,"mass".
  • O the basic empty weight,"mass".

Question 2

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239 If air density is increased above ISA conditions, the take-off distance required at full throttle compared with that for standard conditions will be:
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  • O less
  • O the same
  • O more
  • O the same but TORA will be increased because the surface wind will have backed and decreased
  • O the same but TORA will be increased because the ground effect helps

Question 3

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240 The performance tables of an aircraft for take off and climb are based on:
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  • O pressure / density altitude
  • O cabin altitude
  • O true altitude
  • O the aircraft type
  • O high aspect ratio

Question 4

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241 What is the maximum zero fuel mass ?
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  • O the maximum permissible mass of an airplane with no useable fuel
  • O the dry operating mass excluding traffic load and fuel
  • O the dry operating mass excluding fuel, plus traffic load
  • O the traffic load, excluding non revenue load but including cargo

Question 5

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242 TORA is the:
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  • O actual runway available for take-off
  • O actual runway available for take-off including stopway and clearway
  • O actual runway available required for take-off including the stopway
  • O actual runway available minus the stopway

Question 6

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244 The take-off mass of an airplane is:
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  • O C. > the mass of the airplane including everyone and everything contained with it, at the start of the take-off run
  • O the take-off mass subject to departure limitations
  • O the lowest of performance limitations
  • O the mass of the airplane including everyone and everything contained with it, at the departure of the loading gate
  • O the ramp weight

Question 7

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245 What is the balance arm?
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  • O the distance from the Datum to the C of G
  • O the distance from the Datum to the C of P
  • O the distance from the C of G to the C of P
  • O the static margin
  • O the same with mean cord

Question 8

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246 The part of run way available to an aircraft and capable of supporting its weight during the take-off phase is:
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  • O the take-off run available (TORA)
  • O the take-off distance available (TODA)
  • O the emergency distance available (EMDA)
  • O the clearway

Question 9

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247 In comparison to the true airspeed in still air conditions, the TAS for the best range in strong tailwind will be:
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  • O slightly lower
  • O slightly higher
  • O significantly lower, proportional to the tailwind component
  • O independent

Question 10

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248 Which of the following items are included in the Dry Operating Mass?
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  • O Crew, crew baggage, food and beverages and passengers service equipment
  • O Fuel, Oils and water
  • O Passengers, crew, crew and passenger baggage
  • O Passenger service equipment, crew and passenger baggage

Question 11

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250 In respect of all runway surfaces:
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  • O an up sloping runway will increase the take-off run required but decrease the landing distance required
  • O an down sloping runway will increase the take-off run required but decrease the landing distance required
  • O an up sloping runway will decrease the take-off run required but decrease the landing distance required
  • O an down sloping runway will increase the take-off run required but increase the landing distance required

Question 12

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251 The maximum range in a glide path will be achieved by:
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  • O a relatively low angle of attack being maintained
  • O a negative angle of attack being maintained
  • O a relatively high angle of attack being maintained
  • O a neutral angle of attack being maintained
  • O a more coordinated turn

Question 13

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253 If the aircraft C of G is on the forward centre of gravity limit:
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  • O the stalling speed is increased
  • O the stalling speed is reduced
  • O the stalling speed is unchanged, provided that C of G is between the fore and aft C of limits
  • O the stalling angle will be increased

Question 14

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254 When gliding for maximum range, the greater the aircraft weight:
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  • O the steeper the glide path and higher the airspeed
  • O the greater the angle of attack and slower airspeed
  • O the shallower the glide path and slower airspeed
  • O the slower the airspped and steeper glide path
  • O the lower the angle of attack, the better the overall stability

Question 15

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255 In comparison to gliding in still air conditions, the rate of descent will be …..(i)….. and the distance llown will be …(ii)…… in a tailwind:
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  • O (i) unchanged (ιι) increased
  • O (ι) increased (ιι) reduced
  • O (i)educed (ιι) unchanged
  • O (ι) reduced (ιι) reduced

Question 16

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257 The distance covered when gliding headwind compared with gliding in still air will result in ….. (i)…….. distance traveled over the ground together with ….. (ii)…… descent:
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  • O (ι) reduced (ιι) unchanged
  • O (ιι) unchanged (ιι) reduced
  • O (ι) ncreased (ιι) unchanged
  • O (ι) reduced (ιι) reduced

Question 17

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258 Increasing an aircraft's gross weight will …….(X)…… the stall speed, ….(Y)….. the take-off run required and ….(Z)….. the landing distance required. Select the correct combination.
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  • O (Χ) increase (Υ) increase (Ζ) increase
  • O (Χ) decrease (Υ) decrease (Ζ) increase
  • O (Χ) increase (Υ) increase (Ζ) decrease
  • O (Χ) decrease (Υ) decrease (Ζ) decrease
  • O (Χ) increase (Υ) decrease (Ζ) decrease

Question 18

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259 Why is full flap selected during the approach and landing phase of a flight?
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  • O The approach speed is reduced and a steeper approach path flown which improves vision
  • O The safe flying is increased and a flatter approach path is achieved which improves vision
  • O Engine power is reduced and a steeper approach path flown which improves vision
  • O The approach speed is reduced and a flatter approach path is achieved which improves vision
  • O Vstall is increased

Question 19

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260 Light twin aircraft, for the purpose of aircraft performance, are certified under JAR 25 as:
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  • O CLASS B
  • O CLASS A
  • O CLASS C
  • O CLASS D
  • O LIGHT category

Question 20

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261 If the approach and landing speeds are increased above the recommended in the Pilot's Operating Handbook:
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  • O the landing distance will be increased
  • O the landing distance will be unaffected on a dry runway
  • O the landing distance will be reduced due to increased braking action
  • O the landing distance will be unaffected if the glide path angle is reduced to compensate for the higher approach speed

Question 21

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262 Flight for the maximum range in a piston engined aircraft is achieved by flying:
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  • O at the speed which provides the minimum power / airspeed ratio
  • O at just below the minimum drag speed
  • O at the lowest density altitude that is safely possible
  • O at the same speed for maximum endurance + 10% and the lowest density altitude that is safely possible

Question 22

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263 With an increase of flap setting angle from 50 to 120 , both angles are within limits, what will be effect on: (I) the required take-off run to lift off (II)the mean drag during the take-off
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  • O (i) reduced (ii) increased
  • O (i) increased (ii) reduced
  • O (i) remains the same (ii) reduced
  • O (i) increased (ii) increased
  • O (Ι) reduced (II) reduced

Question 23

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264 An aircraft cruising at 3000 ft is cleared to climb to 8000 ft. See the table and calculate the time taken in minutes, the used fuel in gallons and the distance flown during the climb, (Fig.1).Temperature is standard, wind is calm).
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  • O 10 1.8 15
  • O 9 1.7 14
  • O 8 1.8 11
  • O 6 1.5 8

Question 24

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265 An aircraft cruising at 5000 ft is cleared to climb to 10000 ft. See the table and calculate the time taken in minutes, the used fuel in gallons and the distance flown during the climb, (Fig.1). (Temperature is standard, wind is calm).
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  • O 14 2.2 18
  • O 10 1.3 11
  • O 18 3.7 20
  • O 10 1.8 14

Question 25

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266 The primary reason for making a take-off into the wind is to: (i) reduce the take-off run available (TORA) (ii) reduce the take-off distance required and (iii) reduce the ground speed at which the aircraft will take off. Select from he following:
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  • O (ii) and (iii) are correct
  • O (i) and (ii) are correct
  • O (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct
  • O (i) and (iii) are correct
  • O only (iii) is correct