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Operational Procedure - PPL(A) English - Private Pilot License (Aircraft)
Test 10 domande Operational Procedure, tempo libero
1 - A technical fault requires an emergency off-field landing. Which steps, with respect to the pilot's operating handbook, are necessary?
Inform air traffic control and request technical support, check the pilot's operating handbook for a reference on the matter and execute an emergency landing
Reduce speed and configure the aircraft for landing in an attempt to gain time, declare an emergency, complete the applicable emergency procedure and execute an emergency landing.
Locate a suitable landing area, plan the approach, complete the applicable emergency procedure, declare an emergency, start and concentrate on the approach in due time.
Declare an emergency, complete the applicable emergency procedure, cover as much distance towards the airport as possible to be closer to the rescue forces.
2 - During final approach, the glider pilot realizes a very bumpy surface on a selected offfield landing site. What technique may be recommended for landing?
Touch down with minimum speed, compensate different ground levels with power lever
Approach with increased speed, push elevetor upon first ground contact
Touch down with minimum speed, keep elevator pulled until full stop
Approach with increased speed, avoid using wheel brakes
3 - How should departures near villages be carried out?
Slow with a low propeller rotation speed
Low and fast between the villages
Climb and changes in direction should be done as slow as possible
Villages should be circumnavigated and crossed in a sufficient altitude
4 - With only a slight crosswind, what is the danger at take-off after the departure of a heavy aeroplane?
Wake turbulence on or near the runway
Wake turbulence is amplified and distorted.
Wake turbulence rotate faster and higher.
Wake turbulence twisting transverse to the runway
5 - In case of an emergency ditching, the life vests have to be inflated...
Before disembarking the aircraft.
During disembarking the aircraft
After disembarking the aircraft at a safe distance of about 10 m.
After disembarking the aircraft
6 - What danger does standing water on the runway pose to aircraft?
Decreased rolling resistance during take-off
An increase in lift
Increased rolling resistance during take-off
A decrease in lift
7 - How can a wind shear encounter in flight be avoided?
Avoid take-off and landing during the passage of heavy showers or thunderstorms
Avoid areas of precipitation, particularly during winter, and choose low flight altitudes
Avoid take-offs and landings in mountainous terrain and stay in flat country whenever possible
Avoid thermally active areas, particularly during summer, or stay below these areas
8 - After lift-off, a much stronger than expected airspeed rise is experienced during the initial climb phase. What may be expected if the aeroplane entered a microburst?
An increased climb rate and decreased airspeed
An increased climb rate and airspeed
A decreased climb rate and airspeed
A decreased climb rate and increased airspeed
9 - How can the pilot of an an engine-driven aircraft minimise the noise emission during descent and approach?
How can the pilot of an an engine-driven aircraft minimise the noise emission during descent and approach?
Descent and approach in landing configuration while maintaining a descent angle of 3°, direct approach whenever possible
Low approach with minimum power setting, late configuration and steep approach, adherence to established arrival routes
High approach with minimum power setting, late descent, late configuration, adherence to established arrival routes
10 - After a precautionary landing the brakes and wheels are very hot. In which way should the pilot approach them?
From the right or left sid
At an angle of 45°
From the front or back side
From the front, right or left side
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