1. Approximately 50% of U.S. airports have air traffic control towers.
2. When departing the runway (and remaining in the traffic pattern), the Aeronautical
Information Manual (AIM) recommends climbing beyond the departure end of the
runway, on the extended runway centerline, to within _____ feet of pattern altitude
before turning crosswind.
3. On a VFR sectional chart, airports with control towers will be depicted by a ____-colored airport symbol.
4. If you are operating from a nontowered airport located within the surface area of another
airport's Class D airspace, when are you required to contact that airport's control tower?
5. FAA regulations stipulate that pattern entry at a nontowered airport shall be made on a
45-degree angle to the downwind leg at pattern altitude.
6. Especially during times of high activity, the CTAF should only be used for _____.
7. The Automated Weather Observing System (AWOS) or Automated Surface Observing
System (ASOS) broadcast, if available, should be receivable within _____ nautical miles
of the airport.
8. Traffic pattern position announcements should be made _____ the next pattern leg
to aid in collision avoidance.
9. When operating in the vicinity of nontowered airports, the responsibility for _____ lies
solely with the pilot.
10. When approaching a nontowered airport, pilots should tune in the appropriate CTAF
frequency, make a position report, and ask for any traffic in the area to "please advise."