Privileges of holding a Private Pilot License for Aeroplanes Pop Quiz

According to CARs, night begins _____ and ends ________

For an aerodrome to be used at night it must have:
  1. A lighted windsock,
  2. steady white lights for landing and taxi areas
  3. centerline lighting
  4. steady red lights for unserviceable areas

Civil twilight begins and ends when the sun is:

Does the Private Pilot License allow you to fly for hire or reward?

As the holder of a Private Pilot license which of the following can you do: Fly as PIC or co-pilot of:
  1. An airplane of a class and type for which you have the appropriate ratings;
  2. An ultralight;
  3. Any aircraft for the sole purpose of flight training, under direction and supervision of a flight instructor and without passengers;
  4. Any aircraft for the sole purpose of your flight test
  5. Float or seaplanes;
  6. Helicopters.

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