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Test 10 domande, tempo libero
Comunicazioni in inglese - PPL(A) - Licenza Pilota Privato (Aerei)
1 - When the term `Broken` is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is:
5 to 7 octas
1 to 4 octas
8 octas below 10000 feet
No clouds below 5000 feet
2 - When the term `Scattered` is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is:
More than half but less than overcast (5 to 7 octas)
Sky entirely covered (8 octas)
No clouds below 5000 feet/GND
Half or less than half (3 or 4 octas)
3 - What does QDM mean?
Magnetic bearing from the station
True heading to the station (no wind)
Magnetic heading to the station (no wind)
True bearing from the station
4 - The time is 9:20 A.M. What is the correct way of transmitting this time if there is no possibility of confusion about the hour?
Two zero this hour.
Nine twenty A.M.
5 - An aircraft station fails to establish radio contact with an aeronautical station on the designated frequency. What action is required by the pilot:
Continue the flight to the destination airport without any communication
Attempt to establish contact with the station on an alternative frequency
Return to the airport of departure
Land at the nearest airport without an ATC unit
6 - What is the Q-code for `magnetic heading to the station (no wind)?
7 - Which of the following frequencies is an international emergency frequency:
8 - What action is required by the pilot of an aircraft station if he/she is unable to establish radio contact with an aeronautical station?
Try to establish communication with other aircraft or aeronautical stations
Divert to the alternate airport
Squawk mode A code 7500
Land at the nearest aerodrome appropriate to the route of flight
9 - When the term `CAVOK` is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the values of visibility and clouds are:
Visibility 10 km or more, no clouds below 5000 feet/GND
Visibility 10 km or more, no clouds below 1500 feet/GND
Visibility more than 8 km, no clouds below 3000 feet/GND
Visibility more than 5000 m, no clouds below 1500 m/GND
10 - An aircraft is squawking 7600. This indicates:
It is diverting to the alternate aerodrome
It is requesting immediate level change
It is about to make a forced landing
It is unable to establish communication due to radio equipment failure
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