1. You are receiving VFR traffic advisories from ATC, when an aircraft passes you too close for comfort. Who is responsible?
The pilot is responsible for seeing and avoiding in VFR conditions
ATC is responsible and should have given a traffic advisory.
The pilot and ATC share the responsibility.
2. What is first priority for ATC?
Separation of aircraft and the issuance of radar safety alerts.
Issuance of traffic advisories.
3. Read the following radio transmission, then choose the true statement from the choices below. ATC: "Cessna 45G descend and maintain 5,000." 45G: "Roger, descending to 9,000."
The pilot is responsible for hearing and reading back correctly, so the altitude deviation is pilot error.
Both a and c are correct.
ATC should ensure that readbacks by the pilot of altitude are correct, so the controller should correct the pilot's readback.
4. The _________ approach allows a pilot to deviate from a published instrument approach procedure and proceed on his own initiative by navigating to the airport where the visibility is reported to be at least one mile.
5. You are being given radar vectors in VFR conditions and you notice that your current heading will place you too close to a tower. You should:
Notify ATC, and obtain a new heading. You are responsible for obstruction avoidance.
Accept the vector. ATC is responsible for obstruction avoidance when giving radar vectors, so they will probably give you a new vector shortly.
6. A minimum fuel advisory is an emergency.
7. ATC should not use visual separation if:
The pilot loses sight of the aircraft.
The pilot is unable to maintain continued visual contact with the aircraft.
The pilot cannot accept responsibility for separation for any reason.
All of the above.
8. Controllers may vector IFR traffic at or above which altitude?
9. You are flying at 11,000 feet at 280 knots. ATC clears you to 8,000 and requests that you keep your speed up. According to FAR 91.117(a), you must:
Comply with ATC's request
Slow to below 250 knots.
Slow to below 200 knots.
10. You are approaching an airport where LAHSO is in effect. You are cleared to land on 12 and hold short of 5, but you're not sure that you will be able to stop before reaching 5. You should:
Accept the clearance - you do not have the authority to refuse it.
Refuse the clearance - it is your responsibility to notify ATC if you cannot comply with a clearance.