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PSTAR Online Quiz -Section 6 – Pilot Responsibilities

1) If cleared for take-off immediately following the very low approach and overshoot of a large aircraft, the pilot should

2) The controller suggests a take-off from a runway intersection. The pilot must be aware that

3) A pilot requests an intersection take-off from ATC. If authorized,

4) When an arriving aircraft is cleared “to the circuit”, the pilot should interpret this to mean join the circuit

5) When a NORDO aircraft crosses an airport for the purpose of obtaining landing information it should maintain

6) An aircraft is “cleared to the circuit” where a left hand circuit is in effect. Without further approval from ATC a right turn may be made to

7) When instructed to continue an approach to a runway which is clear of traffic, what action should the pilot take if no landing clearance is received?

8) A Special Procedure NOTAM has been published for an airport, which is 400 feet ASL, stating the circuit height is 1,500 feet ASL. When the ceiling is 1,000 overcast and the visibility is 3 miles, the circuit height in controlled airspace should be

9) When the reported ceiling is 1,000 feet overcast and visibility is 3 miles, to remain VFR, an aircraft cleared to the circuit must join

10) Aircraft flying VFR normally join the circuit at 1,000 feet AAE. This may not always be possible because of

11) A pilot on final approach is requested by ATC to reduce airspeed. The pilot should

12) A pilot is cleared to land but is concerned about the high cross-wind component. The pilot should

13) A pilot on a VFR flight is being vectored by ATC towards an extensive unbroken layer of cloud. The responsibility for remaining VFR rests with

14) A student pilot on a VFR flight has been given a radar vector by ATC. Ahead, at a lower altitude, is a solid overcast cloud condition. The pilot should

15) An aircraft on a Special VFR flight has been cleared for a “straight in” approach. Because of low ceiling and poor visibility, the pilot is concerned about the exact location of a radio mast in the vicinity. Avoiding this obstruction is the responsibility

16) A pilot on a Special VFR flight has been cleared to the circuit. Ahead, at a lower altitude, is a solid layer of stratus cloud. Remaining clear of cloud is the responsibility of

17) A pilot on a VFR flight in Class C airspace is advised by ATC to maintain a specific heading. In the pilot’s opinion, this heading will cause conflict with another aircraft. The pilot should

18) Unless ATC instructs otherwise, pilots operating VFR shall select transponder code 1200 when flying at or below ..... feet ASL and code ..... when flying above that altitude.

19) Pilots shall activate the transponder “ident” feature

20) The holder of a student pilot permit may for the sole purpose of the holder’s own flight training act as PIC of an aircraft

21) The PIC of an aircraft shall comply with any light signals or ground marking prescribed in the CARs

22) Before setting out on any VFR flight, a pilot is required to

23) Terminal airspace dimensions and VHF sector frequencies for certain high density traffic airports in Canada are shown

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