1. FAR Part 1 defines preventive maintenance as "simple or minor preservation operations and the replacement of small standard parts not involving ________."
the removal of service/access panels
complex assembly operations
the use of a screwdriver
all of the above
2. A glider qualifies as an airplane because it is supported in flight by the flow of air
over its wings.
3. In relation to airman certificates, "airplane" and "rotorcraft" are examples of aircraft
4. You have not flown a single-engine aircraft since you got your Private pilot certificate four
months ago. However, you've been working on your multiengine rating in a Piper Seminole, and have made more than three landings in the airplane in the last 90 days. May you take your friends up for a ride in a single-engine Cessna 172 today?
5. According to FAR Part 1, a "large aircraft" has a maximum takeoff weight of more
than ____ pounds.
6. As you perform your before-takeoff checklist at the end of the runway, you notice that
the vacuum pressure is at the low end of the acceptable range. Because you'll be
flying in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC), you decide to cancel the flight
and taxi back to the hangar. Based on the FAR Part 1 definition, may the time you spend taxiing be logged as flight time?
7. What is the FAR Part 1 definition of night?
The time between sunset and sunrise.
The time between one hour after sunset and one hour before sunrise.
The time between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of
morning civil twilight.
The time between one hour after the end of evening civil twilight and one
hour before the beginning of morning civil twilight.
8. What does FAR Part 1 mean when it uses the word "shall"?
9. Which of the following is required for qualification as a light-sport aircraft (airplane
A) Maximum takeoff weight of no more than 1,320 pounds
B) Maximum stalling speed of not more than 45 knots calibrated airspeed
C) Fixed landing gear
All of the above except C, fixed landing gear
All of the above
10. According to FAR Part 1, when may the pilot in command (PIC) of a flight be
designated as the PIC?
Before the flight
During the flight
After the flight
All of the above
Both A and B