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Chris102, I have your test answers here.

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

The reason you've been getting bad grades is because you havent been asking ME...😛 just kidding, I dont know how I'll do either The answers should all be there. when I took my exam there, i got a 85%

If you are on approach for rwy 26L with an OBS at 262, and the tower tells you the wind is 175 at 8, you are landing with a... Crosswind

Choices:
Tailwind
Crosswind
Headwind
No wind

Crosswind

The term TOGA refers to.. Take Off Go Round

Choices:
a party with funny clothes
trim up gear aft
take off go around
turbulence only general avation

V1 refers to: the speed at which you are commited to takeoff

Choices:
the first VOR enroute
the speed at which you are commited to takeoff
the velocity of the aircraft
The Navigation Voice radios

DME stands for: Distance Metering Equipment

Choices:
Distance Metering Equipment
Daytime Measuring Equipment
Differential Measuring Equipment
Distance Measuring Equipment

Rotation refers to..... the speed at which a plane can takeoff

Choices:
the speed at which the flaps can be safely retracted
the speed at which a plane can takeoff
the speed at which at plane reaches the speed of sound
the speed at which reverse thrust may be applied

A transponder setting of 7700 indicates... you are declaring an emergency

Choices:
you are on final approach
you are declaring a change in course
you are declaring an emergency
you are ready for departure

Your cruise altitude is decided by... all of the above

Choices:
air traffic control
your flight plan
the aircraft's weight
all of the above

You are on final approach to runway 26, whose magnetic heading is 264. The correct OBS setting should be... 264

Choices:
264
260
180
164
265
080

NDB refers to.... non-directional beacon

Choices:
non-directional beacon
navigation display beacon
navigation direction beacon
navigation display beam

You are flying on a heading of 120, tracking the 300 radial of a certain VOR. Your NAV display reads 'TO' ,your OBS is set to 120, you are generally... southeast of the VOR

Choices:
northwest of the VOR
south of the VOR
east of the VOR
southeast of the VOR

You are flying on a heading of 022 degrees, you execute a 180 degree left turn, your new heading is..

Choices: 202
180
22
222
202

IAP refers to ... Instrument Approach Procedure

Choices:
Instrument Altitude Process
Indicated Airspeed Procedure
Instrument Approach Procedure
Indicated Approach Procedure

You do not know your current heading, but you are tuned in to an NDB and your ADF needle is pointing straight up. Therefore you must be ... you cannot determine which direction you are from the NDB

Choices:
due south of the NDB
due north of the NDB
due west of the NDB
you cannot determine which direction you are from the NDB

As you are on approach to a runway, you will cross the marker beacons in the following order...

Choices: OM, MM, IM
OM, IM, MM
OM, MM, IM
MM, OM, IM
MM, IM, OM

ILS refers to... Instrument Landing System

Choices:
Indicated Lighting System
Instrument Landing System
Inertial Landing System
Indicated Approach Procedure

In US airspace the speed limit below 10,000 feet, unless changed by ATC is... 250 KIAS

Choices:
210 KIAS
250 KIAS
190 KIAS
300 KIAS

London Heathrow is often coded as LHR, the correct ICAO code for London Heathrow is... KLHR

Choices:
LHR
ELHR
EGLL
KLHR

ICAO codes for intersections are generally identified with .. 4 letter codes

Choices:
2 letter codes
3 letter codes
4 letter codes
5 letter codes

ICAO codes for VORs are generally identified with... 5 letter codes

Choices:
2 letter codes
3 letter codes
4 letter codes
5 letter codes

TOC refers to...top of climb

Choices:
type of clouds
time of communications
top of clouds
top of climb

The glide slope typically is ... a 6 degree approach

Choices:
a 3 degree approach
a 4 degree approach
a 5 degree approach
a 6 degree approach

The aiming point (where you want to land) on an ILS approach is... the runway numbers

Choices:
the runway numbers
the designated touchdown zone
5000 feet from the threshold
the green row of lights at the end of the runway

ATC instructs you to 'report when established.' This means you should contact ATC when you are lined up with the ILS

Choices:
when you are ready for takeoff
when you are ready to taxi
when you land
when you are lined up with the ILS

TOD refers to.... top of descent

Choices:
top of descent
time of day
type of descent
time of departure

You are flying IFR from New York to Las Vegas. Which of the following is NOT a proper ICAO flight level for your flight FL310

Choices:
FL310
FL330
FL350
FL390

A pilot's most immediate and vital concern in the event of complete engine failure after becoming airborne on takeoff is ... maintaining a safe airspeed

Choices:
landing directly into the wind
maintaining a safe airspeed
turning back to the takeoff field
keeping the landing gear down

You are flying IFR from Los Angeles to Chicago. Which of the following is NOT a valid flight level for your flight? FL290

Choices:
FL370
FL350
FL330
FL290

When an altimeter is changed from 30.11 Hg to 29.96 Hg, in which direction will the indicated altitude change? lower

Choices:
higher
lower
neither, it will remain the same
none of the above

SID refers to ... Standard Instrument Descent OR Standard Instrument Departure

Choices:
Standard Instrument Descent
Standard Indicated Departure
System Instrument Descent
Standard Instrument Departure

STAR refers to ... Standard Terminal Arrival Route

Choices:
Standard Terminal Arrival Route
Standard Transport Airline Route
Standard Terminal Airport Region
Standard Transport Arrival Route

You are on an ILS approach and are slipping below the glideslope. To correct, you should... apply more throttle

Choices:
apply more throttle
pull the nose of the aircraft up
push the nose of the aircraft down
reduce throttle

If during an ILS approach in IFR conditions, the approach lights are not visible upon arrival at the DH, the pilot is... permitted to continue the approach to the approach threshold of the ILS runway

Choices:
required to immediately execute the missed approach procedure
permitted to continue the approach and descend to the localizer MDA
required to inform the tower that he is proceeding to an alternate airfield
permitted to continue the approach to the approach threshold of the ILS runway

The purpose of wing spoilers is to decrease... the lift of the wing

Choices:
the drag
landing speed
the lift of the wing
wing camber

One of the main functions of flaps during the approach and landing is to... provide the same amount of lift at a slower airspeed.

Choices:
provide the same amount of lift at a slower airspeed.
decrease lift, thus enabling a steeper-than-normal approach to be made.
decrease the angle of descent without increasing the airspeed.

Both lift and drag would be increased when which of these devices are extended?

Choices: flaps.
flaps.
spoilers.
slats.

Which type of approach and landing is recommended during gusty wind conditions?

Choices: A power-on approach and power-off landing.
A power-off approach and power-on landing.
A power-on approach and power-on landing.
A power-on approach and power-off landing.

When should pilots decline a 'land and hold short' (LAHSO) clearance?

Choices: When it will compromise safety.
Only when the tower controller concurs.
If runway surface is contaminated.
When it will compromise safety.

Who has the final authority to accept or decline any 'land and hold short' (LAHSO) clearance?

Choices: Pilot-in-command.

Pilot-in-command.
ATC tower controller.
Airplane owner/operator.

When turbulence is encountered during the approach to a landing, what action is recommended and for what primary reason? Decrease the airspeed slightly below normal approach speed to avoid overstressing the airplane.

Choices:
Increase the airspeed slightly above normal approach speed to penetrate the turbulence as quickly as possible.
Decrease the airspeed slightly below normal approach speed to avoid overstressing the airplane.
Increase the airspeed slightly above normal approach speed to attain more positive control.

During an approach, the most important and most easily recognized means of being alerted to possible wind shear is

monitoring the power and vertical velocity required to remain on the proper glidepath.

Choices:
amount of trim required to relieve control pressures.
heading changes necessary to remain on the runway centerline.
power and vertical velocity required to remain on the proper glidepath.

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Chris102 Chief Captain

Thanks so much FEM!!! 🍻

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RadarMan Chief Captain

What site is that for so I can ace the test also.

Radar

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Chris102 Chief Captain

They work on any test from www.cpavirtual.org
They have Air France, Continental, Delta, ect.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Horse I used every one of your answers and only had 68%, failed! Crying or Very sad

FEM -> <- Radar

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PH First Officer

Quick look I think of a few different answers.
Heathrow is EGLL
Glideslope is 3*
Aim to land on the designated Touchdown Zone not the numbers.
If not visual with lights on an IFR approach at DH the pilot must choose to GA (execute Missed Approach)
Think there may be a couple others will report when I have time!

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

I knew that the answer about the glideslope is a 3 degree approach. I read it.
Also, I didn't know that the answer about where to land was the designated Touchdown Zone.

Thanks PH for your answers! It helped me a lot ❗

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RadarMan Chief Captain

👍 Thanks you gents, I passed the test (72%) but after 23 choices I couldn't find a name, I gave up for now.

Radar

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

What do you mean a name? You need to put something like AF123 or LX356. That's just an example. Is that what you are trying to put as a name? You can't put names. You have to put that.
If you signed up in Swiss VA, your name should be LX(and whatever number you want).

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RadarMan Chief Captain

All the names they give begin with CX and then numbers, I wrote to them, lets see what they say.

Did you use one of those names.

Radar

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

Oh, you signed up in the Cathay Pacific VA (www.cpavirtual.org)
That's why you need to have CX in your name, to represent you so the other people knows that you are a Cathay Pacific pilot.
You can't change that. That's a rule. If you sign up in Air France VA, your name should start with AF.
I use a LX741 name. I joined the Swiss VA. "741" is a number that I chose to put in my name. You can't put any letters, just three numbers.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I'll take the test over for another airline if it doesn't make me play games with choosing a name.
Which should I go for.

Radar

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

oops. I've gotten rusty over time. Actually, I just did my first flight in like 2 months yesteday, and I've gotten RUSTY!

It's sad, so i'll be flying all this weekend.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Thank you all for all for the help.
I now fly for Quantas!

Radar

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

lol, you're welcome...i'm still fuming though. I can't believe i let myself get soooo rusty. Bad thing is, I used to know ALL of that sort of stuff. What's happening to meeee!?!?!?!?!

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

Fire_Emblem_Master wrote:

lol, you're welcome...i'm still fuming though. I can't believe i let myself get soooo rusty. Bad thing is, I used to know ALL of that sort of stuff. What's happening to meeee!?!?!?!?!

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

It's your age....You know, we are old now. 😂 I'm kidding.

RadarMan, did you know that you can fly other airlines withouth signing up again? Yes, you can. Just go to other airline and log in with your name. That's it. You can even download their fleet and do whatever you want. It's like a family.

By the way, what's your identification or name in the VA?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Agus0404 wrote:

Fire_Emblem_Master wrote:

lol, you're welcome...i'm still fuming though. I can't believe i let myself get soooo rusty. Bad thing is, I used to know ALL of that sort of stuff. What's happening to meeee!?!?!?!?!

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

It's your age....You know, we are old now. 😂 I'm kidding.

RadarMan, did you know that you can fly other airlines withouth signing up again? Yes, you can. Just go to other airline and log in with your name. That's it. You can even download their fleet and do whatever you want. It's like a family.

By the way, what's your identification or name in the VA?

QF088 and R. Mann (RadarMann) I could't resist.

I didn't know that about other VA sites, thanks.

Radar

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

You are welcome. Now, you can enjoy Cpa Virtual much better by flying with the airline that you want! Isn't it cool?
I flew Swiss Airlines, JAL Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Continental, and Air France.

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

I AM getting old. We've got this ab machine at the house, and i creaked as i got off of it.

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

😂 That was funny.

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Alex (Fire_Emblem_Master) Chief Captain

it's not...they don't make "joint lube" yet!!!!!

😛

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Manuel Agustin Clausse (Agus0404) Chief Captain

Funny again. As you just said, they don't make it yet.
You can create your own "joint lube"... 🙄

idphilli Guest

Thank you. I am now a new member of Delta. 😂

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