Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Protecting Your Freedom to Fly

Safety Quiz

Previous ASI Safety Quizzes

Already taken the latest ASI Safety Quiz? Test your knowledge of additional topics listed below.

North Myrtle Beach The sunscreen will need to wait now that IFR weather has moved in over Grand Strand Airport, just outside of North Myrtle Beach. You can expect the ILS to Runway 23, but keep the vacation complacency at bay – this approach will put your IFR proficiency to the test.
Flying Rogue The LOC/DME BC-B approach into Rogue Valley International (KMFR) includes nearby terrain as high as 9,500 feet and a final approach descent angle close to 6 degrees. Are you ready to fly Rogue?
The Hokie Approach The approach in use is the LOC/DME Approach to Runway 12. What does your game plan look like?
Instrument Procedures: The Magenta Approach into AOPA AOPA's home base of FDK is always GA-friendly, but the weather is not. Can you fly the GPS approach to minimums?
Instrument Procedures: Teterboro A classic low-pressure system has moved in, kicking up the wind and dropping the visibility close to minimums at Teterboro—one of New York's most active GA airports. In all the excitement, do you have what it takes to fly the IFR procedures like a pro?
Thunderstorms Airplanes and thunderstorms don't mix. Get insight into these convective beasts and valuable tips for the avoidance in this ASI Safety Quiz.
Taming the Twin An extra engine provides extra power on a cross-country flight. It can also spell extra trouble if one engine quits.
IFR En Route Charts Paper en route charts offer a wealth of information, but only if you know how to read them. Review IFR en route charts with this safety quiz!
Transitioning to Complex Aircraft Part of learning to fly faster and bigger aircraft involves learning the various systems of those aircraft. Find out how much you know about transitioning to more complex airplanes in this safety quiz from the Air Safety Institute.
Engine Operations From hot-and cold-start procedures to power settings, leaning, and temperature management aircraft engine operation can be surprisingly complicated.
ATC Procedures Communicating effectively with ATC means expressing our needs to them and anticipating what they need from us. Take this quiz and see how well you and ATC work together.
Hamburger Hop at Night A night flight with friends to your favorite airport restaurant can be a breathtaking experience. But flying at night requires you plan well. Take this quiz to prepare.
Cold Weather Ops From stubborn engines to slick runways and icy clouds, the coming of winter brings plenty of ways to get in trouble. Are you prepared?
Spatial Disorientation Spatial disorientation can occur when your body and eyes don't agree on what's happening.
Aeromedical Matters Has it been a while since you studied flight physiology? Take this quiz to brush up on the facts.
VFR Flight Fond du Lac to Festus How sharp is your VFR cross country knowledge? Take this quiz and find out!
Obstacle Departure Procedures ODPs hover the line between IFR and VFR flying. Test how much you know about what they are and when you should fly them.
Stalls and Spins It's good to know your airplane's "book" stall speed-but is that enough to avoid an unintentional loss of lift?
Airport Signs and Markings Being able to interpret airport signs and markings at a glance is one of the best ways to steer clear of a runway incursion.
Fuel Awareness You may not be "good to the last drop"...find out why by taking this safety quiz!
VFR Sectional Before GPS, VORs, LORAN, and NDBs, there were paper maps. Pilots used to pick their way through the skies with only a chart showing some landmarks on the ground. Test your knowledge of sectional charts.
Instrument Approach College Station Many instrument approaches can be understood at a glance, but some require significantly closer examination. Test your knowledge.
Collision Avoidance Whether in the air or on the ground, collision avoidance is one of a pilot's most basic responsibilities.
Density Altitude While you may not hear about it on weather reports, density altitude is a concept all pilots should be familiar with.
Emergency Procedures Knowing and practicing procedures can mean the difference between surviving a mishap and becoming a statistic.
Instument Approach Procedures An instrument approach is a busy, demanding, and potentially dangerous phase of flight, and it's no time to gamble when it comes to understanding the procedures.
Towered Airport Operations There's nothing difficult about operating at towered airports, but it is important to have a solid grasp of the procedures.
Weather Datalink Radar Weather radar is the most commonly used datalink weather product and although it seems simple, there are a few things you should know about datalink radar to use it well. Take this quiz to get up to speed.
Airspace Review Whether you are taking a short hop or flying cross country, it's important to understand any type of airspace that lies in your path.
Practical Weather You’ve read plenty about weather in textbooks, but how well does the theory translate into everyday use?
IFR Flight: Lunken to Logan It’s a gloomy, overcast day, and you and a friend are planning an IFR flight from Cincinnati’s Lunken airport (KLUK) to Logan, West Virginia (6L4) in a Piper Cherokee. How sharp is your IFR cross-country knowledge?
Private Pilot Checkride It’s been a long, tough road, but at last the big day has arrived: your private pilot checkride. How much thought have you given to the test itself?
Flight Service Whether you're new to flying or need a refresher, be sure you're getting the most form your Flight Service briefings.
General Aviation Security As members of the general aviation (GA) community, we all need to help ensure the safety and security of our airports and aircraft.