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Comunicazioni in inglese - PPL(A) - Licenza Pilota Privato (Aerei)
1 - What does the phrase `Roger` mean:
A direct answer in the affirmative
I have received all of your last transmission
A direct answer in the negative
Cleared for take-off or cleared to land
2 - To which frequency bands do the frequencies 118.000 - 136.975 MHz of the Aeronautical Mobile Service belong?
Very low frequency
Very high frequency
3 - If you are requested to report your height, to which Q-code-setting would you refer?
4 - Which abbreviation is used for the term `control zone`?
5 - RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: `X-BC squawk ident`. What does this mean:
Radar identification has been achieved by correlating an observed radar blip with aircraft XY-ABC
X-BC shall operate the IDENT button
X-BC should perform an identification turn of at least 020 degrees
X-BC shall reselect his assigned mode and code
6 - The radar controller is transmitting: `Confirm squawk`. What does he mean?
The controller wants you to repeat your last transmission once again.
The controller wants to know which code is set on the transponder
The controller wants you to transmit your bearing.
The controller requests the registration of the aircraft.
7 - Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: `An error has been made in this transmission (or message indicated). The correct version is ...`:
QNH 1017, negative QNH 1016
QNH 1017, negative 1016
QNH 1017, correction QNH 1016
QNH 1017, negative I say again 1016
8 - Aircraft X-BC has been instructed to contact Stephenville TOWER on frequency 118.7. What is the correct response to indicate that it will follow this instruction?
Will change to TOWER X-BC
Changing over X-BC
Stephenville TOWER X-BC
9 - Which phrase shall be used to confirm that a message has been repeated correctly:
That is right
That is affirmative
10 - How shall a pilot ask for a QFE ?
request Queen Fox Easy
request Quebec Fox Easy
request Quebec Foxtrot Echo
request Quebec Fox Echo
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