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1. Using this Piper Warrior PA28-161 weight vs centre of gravity graph with a Max Take off weight of 2325lb at, the combination of weight and centre of gravity (CG) position shown below, with which it is safe to fly, is:

a) Weight 2320 lb / CofG 87.2 in aft of datum

b) Weight 2320 lb / CofG 86 in aft of datum

c) Weight 2100 lb / CofG 93.2 in aft of datum

d) Weight 2100 lb / CofG 84.2 in aft of datum

2. Using the table below, for an aircraft of weight 2350lb, flying at a pressure altitude of 5000ft and OAT +10°C, the maximum rate of climb will approximately be:

a) 490 fpm

b) 435 fpm

c) 545 fpm

d)515 fpm

3. The diagram below shows the variation of Power Available and Power Required with Airspeed for a piston engine aeroplane. Assume fuel consumption to be directly related to power provided, maximum endurance would be obtained at which airspeed.

a) point A

b) point B

c) none of the marked points

d) point C

4. Refer to the Take Off Distance graph below. Given: Flaps 25°, OAT=ISA, Pressure Altitude 4000 ft, Aircraft Weight 2200 lb, Wind10 Knot headwind. What is the approximate take-off distance to reach a screen (obstacle) height of 50 feet, assuming all other conditions are as stated on the chart?

a) 1,875 ft

b) 1,450 ft

c) 1,000 ft

d) 2,375 ft

5. Refer to the Aberdeen VFR Area Chart below. What are the vertical limits of the Aberdeen CTR?

a) Surface to FL 115

b) Surface to 2000ft above aerodrome level

c) 1500ft to FL 115

d) 3000ft to FL 115

6. Refer to the Aberdeen VFR Area Chart below. When departing from RWY 16 to the west south west, what hazard would be encountered if flying below 2900ft south of Loch of Skene?

a) Gas venting site, surface to 2900 ft

b) a Lighthouse

c) Small arms range, surface to 3000 ft

d) Mast, 421ft high

7. Refer to the climb graph below. What is the time and fuel burnt by this aeroplane during a climb from a sea level aerodrome where the outside air temperature (OAT) is plus 15°C to cruise pressure altitude 8000ft where the OAT is minus 2°C, and the take-off (initial climb) mass is 2325 lb?

a) 16 minutes; 3.1 gallons

b) 10 minutes; 2.4 gallons

c) 25 minutes; 21 gallons

d) 6.5 minutes; 2.4 gallons

8.An aircraft weighing (2350 lbs) with speed fairings is cruising at 4000ft pressure altitude and at 15°C above standard temperature. The RPM is constant at 1900. From the table below, determine the: %BHP, TAS in knots, fuel flow in gallons per hour

a) 49%, 87 Kts, 5.6 GPH

b) 49%, 85 Kts, 5.6 GPH

c) 50%, 89 Kts, 5.8 GPH

d) 69%, 107 Kts, 7.9 GPH

9. Below is an extract from a flight plan which shows the fuel log for a section of a route from waypoint (WP) Porteath to WP Cark via WP Townsville. Assuming that groundspeed and other flight conditions on the leg WP Townsville to WP Cark remain unchanged, and fuel flow stays the same as on the leg WP Porteath to WP Townsville, what fuel remaining should be expected at WP Cark?

a) 28.8 gallons

b) 29.1 gallons

c) 30.4 gallons

d) 27.3 gallons

10. Using the Piper Warrior PA28-161 CG envelope graph below. The combination of weight (lb) and centre of gravity (CG) position (inches aft of datum) shown below, with which it is safe to fly, is:

a) 2325 lb and 92.5 in aft of datum

b) 2150 lb and 85.1 in aft of datum

c) 2090 lb and 84 in aft of datum

d) 2325 lb and 93.1 in aft of datum

11. The diagram below shows the variation of both Power Available and Power Required with Airspeed for a piston engine aeroplane. Assuming fuel consumption to be directly related to power provided. The airspeed to fly in order to obtain maximum range is:

a) point B

b) point C

c) point A or point C depending on aircraft C of G position

d) point A

12. Using the table below, for an aircraft of weight 2350lb, flying at a pressure altitude of 5000ft and OAT +10°C, the maximum rate of climb will approximately be:

a) 490 fpm

b) 575 fpm

c) 515 fpm

d) 550 fpm

13. Refer to the Landing Distance chart below. Given: OAT:+20°C, Pressure Altitude: 2000ft, Aircraft Weight: 2325 lbs, wind: 10 knots headwind What is the approximate landing distance from a screen (barrier or obstacle) height of 50 ft (assuming all other conditions are as stated on the chart)?

a) 1,015 feet

b) 750 feet

c) 1,280 feet

d) 1,410 feet

14. Refer to the Schoenhagen Aerodrome Chart below What is the QDM of RWY 12?

a) 117°M

b) 117°T

c) 297°M

d) 297°T

15. Refer to the Schoenhagen Aerodrome Chart below. What is the landing distance available for RWY 25?

a) 4167 ft

b) 1270 ft

c) 1340 ft

d) 1340 m

16. An aircraft not fitted with speed fairings is cruising at 2000 ft pressure altitude and at 7.5°C below standard temperature. The rpm is constant at 2200. From the table below determine the: %BHP, TAS in Knots and Fuel Burn in gal/hr

a) 76.5% 110kts 8.8gph

b) 79% 110kts 9.1gph

c) 74% 110kts 8.5gph

d) 72.5% 110kts 8.4gph

17. Below is an extract from a flight plan which shows the fuel log for a route from waypoint (WP) Puptown to WP Chiensville to WP Chatterly. Assuming that groundspeed and other flight conditions on the leg WP Chiensville to WP Chatterly remain unchanged, and fuel flow stays the same as on the leg WP Puptown to WP Chiensville, what fuel remaining should be expected at WP Chatterly?

a) 27.8 gallons

b) 26.3 gallons

c) 29.4 gallons

d) 28.1 gallons

18. Using the diagram below which shows the variation of both Power Available and Power Required with Airspeed for a piston engine propeller aeroplane. Assuming fuel consumption to be directly related to power provided. The airspeed to fly in order to obtain maximum endurance is:

a) point A

b) point A or point B depending on aircraft CofG position

c) point B

d) point C

19. Using the table below, At a pressure altitude of 3000ft and an outside air temperature of 10°C, what maximum rate of climb can be expected after taking off at a weight of 2,350 lbs?

a) 580 fpm

b) 615 fpm

c) 545 fpm

d) 550 fpm

20. Using the take off graph below. Given: OAT=10°C, Pressure Alt=1000ft, Aircraft Weight=2100lbs and calm wind, what is the take off distance to reach a screen (obstacle) height of 50 feet (assuming all other conditions are as stated on the chart)?

1,325 ft

1,260 ft

1,500ft

2,000 ft

21. Using the table below. An aircraft takes off at sea level on a standard day and climbs at the recommended speed to 4500 ft pressure altitude. From the table below, determine the (1)time taken in minutes (2)fuel used in gallons from start-up (3)distance flown in nautical miles (zero wind conditions)

a) 7 minutes, 2.75 gallons, 9.5 miles

b) 6 minutes, 1.75 gallons, 8 miles

c) 7 minutes, 1.55 gallons, 9.5 miles

d) 8 minutes, 1.7 gallons, 11 miles

22. Using the table below. An aircraft (2350 lbs) with speed fairings is cruising at 4000 ft pressure altitude and at standard temperature. The rpm is constant at 2000. From the table determine the: %BHP, TAS in knots, fuel burn in gallons per hour

a) 55% / 98Kts / 6.4GPH

b) 55% / 96Kts / 6.4GPH

c) 58% / 100Kts / 6.7GPH

d) 53% / 95Kts / 6.4GPH

23. Using the extract from a flight plan below, which shows the fuel log for a section of a route from waypoint (WP) Camford to WP Studeville via WP Oxbridge. Assuming that groundspeed and other flight conditions on the leg WP Oxbridge to WP Studeville remain unchanged, and fuel flow stays the same as on the leg WP Camford to WP Oxbridge, what fuel remaining should be expected at WP Studeville?

a) 26.8 gallons

b) 25.3 gallons

c) 28.4 gallons

d) 27.1 gallons

24. Refer to the graph below. What is the time and fuel burnt by this aeroplane during a climb from a sea level aerodrome where the outside air temperature (OAT) is plus 15°C to cruise pressure altitude 8000ft where the OAT is minus 2°C, and the take-off (initial climb) mass is 2325 lb?

a) 16 minutes; 3.1 gallons

b) 6.5 minutes; 2.4 gallons

c) 25 minutes; 21 gallons

d) 10 minutes; 2.4 gallons