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PSTAR Online Quiz -Section 13 – Controlled Airspace

1) “Controlled Airspace” means all airspace of defined dimensions within which





2) When in VFR flight within controlled airspace, a pilot must remain clear of cloud by at least





3) The minimum flight visibility for VFR flight within a low level airway is





4) When in VFR flight within a Control Zone, a pilot must remain clear of cloud by at least





5) VFR cross-country pilots wishing to cross through any part of a Class C Control Zone should





6) ATC may authorize an aeroplane equipped with a functioning two-way radio to transit a Control Zone under day Special VFR provided the flight visibility and, when reported, ground visibility, are each not less than





7) ATC may authorize a helicopter equipped with a functioning two-way radio to transit a Control Zone under day Special VFR where the flight visibility and, when reported, ground visibility are each not less than





8) An aircraft flying in accordance with Special VFR would be flying within





9) An arriving VFR flight shall make initial radio contact with the control tower





10) VFR flight within Class B airspace is permitted





11) The pilot of an arriving VFR flight shall make initial radio contact with a control tower in Class C airspace





12) Unless otherwise authorized, a pilot on a VFR flight operating within a Class C Terminal Control Area must







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