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What does the phrase "Read back" mean:

Repeat all, or the specified part, of this message back to me exactly as received

Let me know that you have received and understood this message

Did you correctly receive this message?

Check and confirm with originator

Which of these statements best describes the meaning of the phrase "Standby" ?

Wait and I will call you

Continue on present heading and listen out

Select STANDBY on the SSR transponder

Permission granted for action proposed

What does the phrase "Roger" mean:

I have received all of your last transmission

A direct answer in the affirmative

A direct answer in the negative

Cleared for take-off or cleared to land

What does the phrase "Go ahead" mean:

Proceed with your message

Taxi on

Pass me the following information...

Yes

When transmitting time, which time system shall be used?

Co-ordinated universal time (UTC)

Local time (LT), 24-hour clock

Local time (LT) A.M. and P.M.

No specific system, as only the minutes are normally required

Which phrase shall be used if you want to say:"I understand your message and will comply with it":

Wilco

Roger

Will comply with your instruction

OK, will do it

What is the correct way of transmitting 1001 as a QNH ?

QNH one zero zero one

QNH one double "O" one

QNH one thousand and one

QNH one double zero one

What is the correct way of transmitting the number 3500 when indicating an altitude or an height ?

three thousand five hundred

three five zero zero

three five hundred

three five double zero

The time is 9:20 A.M. What is the correct way of transmitting this time if there is no possibility of confusion about the hour ?

Two zero.

Twenty.

Two zero this hour.

Nine twenty A.M.

Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "I should like to know..." or "I wish to obtain..."?

Request

Report

Acknowledge

Confirm

What does the instruction "Vacate left" mean ?

Turn left to leave the runway

Give way to aircraft from the left

Clear the runway immediately

Hold position on the left side of the runway

Which phrase shall be used to confirm that a message has been repeated correctly:

Correct

That is right

Affirm

That is affirmative

Which phrase shall be used if the repetition of an entire message is required:

Say again

Repeat your message

What was your message?

Repeat your last transmission

Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "Yes":

Affirm

Yes

Roger

Affirmative

How shall a pilot inform the control tower that he is prepared for take-off:

Ready for departure or ready

Ready for take-off

Ready to line-up

Ready to go

Which of these phrases is used to inform the control tower that a pilot perform a missed approach:

Going around

Overshooting

Will make another approach

Pulling up

What does the instruction "Go around" mean ?

Carry out a missed approach

Overtake the aircraft ahead

Make a 360° turn

Proceed with your message

What is the correct way of spelling out HB-JYC in a radio message?

Hotel Bravo Juliett Yankee Charlie

Hotel Bravo Juliett India Kilo

Hotel Bravo India Yankee Charlie

Hotel Bravo India Victor Charlie

Which Q-code is used to report altitude ?

QNH

QFE

QFF

QNJ

What does the instruction "Orbit right" mean ?

Make 360° turns to the right

Turn right to avoid other traffic

Right-hand circuits are in use

Leave the runway to the right

Which phrase shall be used if you want to say: "An error has been made in this transmission (or message indicated). The correct version is ...":

QNH 1017, correction QNH 1016

QNH 1017, negative QNH 1016

QNH 1017, negative 1016

QNH 1017, negative I say again 1016

What does QDM mean?

Magnetic heading to the station (no wind)

Magnetic bearing from the station

True heading to the station (no wind)

True bearing from the station

What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station indicating aerodrome control service:

TOWER

CONTROL

AERODROME

APRON

What is the correct way of expressing visibility ?

Visibility 1200 metres

Visibility 1200 feet

Visibility 1.2 nautical miles

Visibility 1.2 kilometres

What does the term "blind transmission" mean?

A transmission from one station to another station in circumstances where two-way communication cannot be established but it is believed that the called station is able to receive the transmission.

A transmission of information relating to air navigation that is not addressed to a specific station or stations.

A transmission of messages relating to en-route weather information which may affect the safety of aircraft operations that is not addressed to a specific station or stations.

A transmission where no reply is required from the receiving station.

Which abbreviation is used for the term "control zone"?

CTR.

CZ.

CTZ.

CTA.

What does the abbreviation "AFIS" mean?

Aerodrome flight information service.

Automatic flight information service.

Aeronautical flight information system.

Aerodrome flashing identification signal.

What does the abbreviation "FIR" mean?

Flight information region.

Flight information required.

Flow information received.

Flight information radar.

What does the abbreviation "HJ" mean?

Sunrise to sunset.

Sunset to sunrise.

No specific working hours.

Continuous day and night service.

What does the abbreviation "HX" mean?

No specific working hours.

Sunrise to sunset.

Sunset to sunrise.

Continuous day and night service.

What is the Q-code for "magnetic heading to the station (no wind)?

QDM.

QDR.

QNE.

QTE.

If you are requested to report your height, to which Q-code-setting would you refer ?

QFE

QNH

QDM

QBI

The priority of the instruction "taxi to runway 05" is:

Same as "line-up runway 07 and wait".

Greater than "transmit for QDM".

Greater than "caution, construction work left of taxiway".

Less than "cleared to land".

What does QTE mean?

True bearing from the station.

Magnetic bearing from the station.

True heading to the station (no wind).

Magnetic heading to the station.

What is the Q-code for "true bearing from the station"?

QTE

QDR

QDM

QFE

What does QDR mean?

Magnetic bearing from the station

Magnetic heading to the station (no wind)

True bearing from the station

True heading to the station

What is the Q-code for "magnetic bearing from the station"?

QDR

QTE

QDM

QFE

A message concerning aircraft parts and material urgently required is:

A flight regularity message.

An urgency message.

A flight safety message.

A flight security message.

Flight safety messages are:

Air traffic control messages.

Operation messages concerning non-routine landings.

Messages concerning the safety of an aircraft, a vessel, any other vehicle or a person.

Messages relating to direction finding.

A message concerning an aircraft being threatened by grave and imminent danger, requiring immediate assistance is called:

Distress message.

Flight safety message.

Urgency message.

Class B message.

Which of the messages listed below shall not be handled by the aeronautical mobile service?

Radio teletype messages.

Meteorological messages.

Flight safety messages.

Urgency messages.

The message to an aeronautical ground station "please call a taxi-cab for us. We will arrive at 1045" is:

An unauthorized message.

A flight regularity message.

A flight safety messages.

An urgency message.

Which abbreviation is used for "Co-ordinated universal time"?

UTC.

CUT.

GMT.

COUT.

What action is required by the pilot of an aircraft station if he/she is unable to establish radio contact with an aeronautical station ?

Try to establish communication with other aircraft or aeronautical stations

Divert to the alternate airport

Squawk mode A code 7500

Land at the nearest aerodrome appropriate to the route of flight

The distress message shall contain as many as possible of the following elements/details:

Aircraft call sign, nature of distress, pilot's intention, present position, level and heading

Aircraft call sign, route of flight, destination airport

Aircraft call sign, aerodrome of departure, position and level

Aircraft call sign, present position, assistance required

The frequency used for the first transmission of a "MAYDAY" call shall be:

The frequency currently in use

The distress frequency 121.5 MHz

Any other international emergency frequency

Any frequency at pilot's discretion

An aircraft in distress shall send the following signal by radiotelephony:

MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY

DETRESFA, DETRESFA, DETRESFA

PAN PAN, PAN PAN, PAN PAN

URGENCY, URGENCY, URGENCY

When shall the pilot of an aircraft experiencing communications failure keep a watch for instructions passed by visual signals ?

When the aircraft is forming part of the aerodrome traffic at a controlled aerodrome

When flying VFR above clouds

When the aircraft is entering the traffic pattern of an uncontrolled airport

When entering a FIR during an IFR flight

When transmitting a message preceded by the phrase "Transmitting blind due to receiver failure" during an en-route flight, the aircraft station shall also:

Advise the time of its next intended transmission

Join base leg when approaching the airfield for landing

Land at the nearest airfield/airport

Return to the airport of departure

In the event that a pilot is required to make a blind transmission, this should be made:

Twice on the designated frequency

Only once on the designated frequency

On the emergency frequency only

During VFR flights only

How is the visibility in an aviation routine weather report (METAR) expressed in plain language:

Up to 5000 m in metres, above in kilometres

Up to 1500 m in metres, above in kilometres

In feet and nautical miles

In nautical miles only

A message preceded by the phrase "Transmitting blind due receiver failure" shall be transmitted:

On the frequency presently in use

On the regional guard frequency

On the international emergency frequency

On all available aeronautical stations

Under which of the following circumstances shall an aircraft squawk 7700 ?

In distress

When following a SID

When flying within controlled airspace

When passing the transition level

An aircraft station fails to establish radio contact with an aeronautical station on the designated frequency. What action is required by the pilot:

Attempt to establish contact with the station on an alternative frequency

Continue the flight to the destination airport without any communication

Return to the airport of departure

Land at the nearest airport without an ATC unit

An aircraft is squawking 7600. This indicates:

It is unable to establish communication due to radio equipment failure

It is diverting to the alternate aerodrome

It is requesting immediate level change

It is about to make a forced landing

What is the transponder code for radio communication failure:

7600

6700

7500

7700

Which information can aircraft in flight obtain by VOLMET:

Aviation routine weather reports (METAR) of specific airports

SPECI and TAF

SIGMET

Runway reports

How can aviation routine weather reports (METAR) of specific airports be obtained by aircraft in flight:

VOLMET

ATIS

AFIS

SIGMET

What is normally used for ATIS broadcasts ?

Discrete VHF frequency or/and VOR

Voice channel of an ILS

NDB frequencies

DME voice channel

Which phraseology is to be used to ask the control tower for permission to taxi on a runway in the direction opposite to that in use ?

"Request backtrack on runway".

"Clearance to backtrack".

"To enter back runway".

"Backtrack clearance".

If all attempts to establish radio contact with a ground station fail, the pilot of an aeroplane shall transmit messages preceded by the phrase:

"Transmitting blind"

"Read you one, read you one"

"How do you read?"

PAN PAN, PAN PAN, PAN PAN

What are the propagation characteristics of VHF:

Practically straight-line similar to light waves

The waves are reflected at the ionosphere at the height of about 100 km and reach the earth surface in the form of sky-waves

The waves travel along the surface of the earth and penetrate into valleys in a way that topographical obstacles have no influence

Similar to short waves with practically no atmospheric disturbance

My message will be more effective and understandable if I :

Maintain the speaking volume at a constant level

Use the words twice method

Stress the end of message

Stress every beginning of message

What is meant by good microphone technique ?

Use a normal conversation tone, speak clearly and distinctly.

Speak very loudly into the microphone.

Keep the microphone far away since it improveds the readability.

Make large use of hesitation sounds as "er".

During the transmission of numbers containing a decimal point :

The term DECIMAL must always be transmitted.

The term DECIMAL can be omitted with friendly ATS units only.

The term DECIMAL can be omitted if no chance of misunderstanding exists.

The term DECIMAL must be spoken only if followed by three digits.

Which word or phrase shall be used if you want to say : "Wait and i will call you"?

Standby.

Go ahead.

Roger.

Wilco.

What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station providing flight information service:

INFORMATION

FLIGHT INFORMATION CENTRE

FLIGHT CENTRE

CONTROL

Which is the maximum distance at which you might expect solid VHF contact over flat terrain at flight level 100:

About 120 NM

About 300 NM

About 30 NM

About 12 NM

Which is the maximum distance at which you might expect solid VHF contact over flat terrain at flight level 50:

About 85 NM

About 8 NM

About 15 NM

About 150 NM

Which of the following frequencies is an international emergency frequency:

121.500 MHz

122.500 MHz

6500 KHz

121.050 MHz

Which phenomena will normally influence the reception of VHF transmission ?

Level of aircraft and terrain elevations

The ionosphere

Electrical discharges as they happen frequently in thunderstorms

Day- and night effect

An aircraft in state of emergency shall squawk:

7700

6700

7600

7500

Which is the frequency separation between consecutive frequencies in the VHF band:

25 KHz

50 KHz

75 KHz

250 KHz

To which frequency bands do the frequencies 118.000 - 136.975 MHz of the Aeronautical Mobile Service belong ?

Very high frequency

Very low frequency

Low frequency

Medium frequency

Which is the frequency band containing frequencies of the Aeronautical Mobile Service?

118.000 - 136.975 MHZ

108.000 - 117.975 MHz

1810 - 2850 KHz

11650 - 13200 KHz

Which frequency shall be used for the first transmission of an urgency call:

The air-ground frequency in use at the time

The international emergency frequency

The regional guard frequency

Any frequency at pilot's discretion

An urgency message shall be preceded by the radiotelephony urgency signal:

PAN PAN, spoken three times

URGENCY,spoken three times

MAYDAY, spoken three times

ALERFA, spoken three times

Urgency is defined as:

A condition concerning the safety of an aircraft other vehicles or of a person on board, but which does not require immediate assistance

A condition concerning the safety of a person on board or within sight and requiring immediate assistance

A condition concerning the attitude of an aircraft when intercepting the localizer during an ILS approach

A condition of being threatened by serious and/or imminent danger and of requiring immediate assistance

Under which of the following circumstances shall an aircraft station squawk 7600 ?

In case of radio communication failure

When entering bad weather areas

When approaching a prohibited area

When flying over desert areas

Under which of the following circumstances may you expect a solid reception of theTOWER frequency 118.2 MHz:

Aircraft at high level in the vicinity of the ground station

Aircraft at low level but far away from the ground station

Aircraft at low level, far away from the ground station, in the radio shadow zone of a hill

Aircraft at low level, in the vicinity of the ground station, in the radio shadow zone of a hill

How should aircraft XY-ABC call Stephenville TOWER on initial call ?

Stephenville TOWER XY-ABC

Stephenville TOWER X-BC

Stephenville XY-ABC

TOWER XY-ABC

An aircraft is instructed to hold short of the runway-in-use. What is the correct phraseology to indicate it will follow this instruction ?

Holding short

Roger

Will stop before

Wilco

Shall an ATC route clearance always be read back:

Yes, unless authorized otherwise by ATS authority concerned

No, if the ATC route clearance is transmitted in a published form (e.g. Standard Instrument Departure Route/SID)

No, if the communication channel is overloaded

No, if the content of the ATC clearance is clear and no confusion is likely to arise

Which elements of instructions or information shall always be read back ?

Runway-in-use, altimeter settings, SSR codes, level instructions, heading and speed instructions

Runway-in-use, visibility, surface wind, heading instructions, altimeter settings

Surface wind, visibility, ground temperature, runway-in-use, altimeter settings, heading and speed instructions

Time check, runway-in-use, altimeter settings, level instructions, SSR codes

On the readability scale what does "Readability 5" mean:

Perfectly readable

Unreadable

Problem to understand

Readable but with difficulty

On the readability scale what does "Readability 3" mean:

Readable but with difficulty

No problem to understand

Loud and clear

Unreadable

When the term "CAVOK" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the values of visibility and clouds are:

Visibility 10 km or more, no clouds below 5000 feet/GND

Visibility 10 km or more, no clouds below 1500 feet/GND

Visibility more than 8 km, no clouds below 3000 feet/GND

Visibility more than 5000 m, no clouds below 1500 m/GND

What is the correct way to transmit and read back frequency 120.375 MHz (VHF channel separated by 25 KHz):

One two zero decimal three seven

One twenty decimal three seven

One two zero decimal three seven five

One two zero three seven

Distress is defined as:

A condition of being threatened by serious and/or imminent danger and requiring immediate assistance

A condition concerning the safety of an aircraft or of a person on board, but which does not require immediate assistance

A condition concerning the attitude of an aircraft when intercepting the localizer during an ILS approach

A condition concerning the safety of a person on board or within sight and requiring immediate assistance

Aircraft X-BC has been instructed to listen on ATIS frequency 123.25, on which information are being broadcast. What is the correct response to indicate that it will follow this instruction ?

Monitoring 123.25 X-BC

Changing to 123.25 X-BC

Will contact 123.25 X-BC

Checking 123.25 X-BC

Cherokee XY-ABC receives the following instruction: "X-BC climb straight ahead until 2500 feet before turning right, wind 270 degrees 6 knots, cleared for take-off".What is the correct read back:

Straight ahead, at 2500 feet right turn, cleared for take-off, X-BC

Wilco, cleared for take-off, X-BC

Right turn after 2500, roger, X-BC

Straight ahead, 2500 feet right turn, wind west 6 knots, cleared for take-off, X-BC

The priority of the pilot's message "request QDM" is:

Greater than "turn left heading..."

Less than "request climb to flight level..."

Less than "descend to flight level..."

Same as "latest QNH 1018".

Aircraft XY-ABC is making a test transmission with Stephenville TOWER on frequency 118.7. What is the correct phrasing for this transmission:

Stephenville TOWER XY-ABC radio check 118.7

Stephenville TOWER XY-ABC preflight check

Stephenville TOWER XY-ABC signal check

Stephenville TOWER XY-ABC frequency check

When is an aircraft station allowed to use its abbreviated call sign ?

After it has been addressed in this manner by the aeronautical ground station

Only after satisfactory communication has been established

Provided no confusion is likely to result

In dense traffic

The order of priority of the following messages in the aeronautical mobile service is:

Distress message, urgency message, direction finding message.

Direction finding message, distress message, urgency message.

Distress message, flight safety message, urgency message.

Meteorological message, direction finding message, flight regularity message.

Which of the following abbreviated call signs of Cherokee XY-ABC is correct:

Cherokee BC

Cherokee XY-BC

Cherokee X-BC

Cherokee X-ABC

The clearance : "cleared for immediate take-off runway 03" is:

A flight safety message.

An urgency message.

An unauthorized message.

A flight regularity message.

Which of the following abbreviated call signs of aircraft XY-ABC is correct:

X-BC

XY-BC

ABC

BC

When may the name of the location or the call sign suffix in the call sign of an aeronautical station be omitted ?

When satisfactory communication has been established and provided it will not be confusing to do so

Never

Only after the aeronautical station has used the abbreviated call sign

In dense traffic during rush hours

Air traffic control messages (clearances, instructions, etc.) belong to the category of:

Flight safety messages.

Class B messages.

Flight regularity messages.

Service messages.

What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station providing surface movement control of aircraft on the manoeuvring area:

GROUND

APPROACH

TOWER

CONTROL

The message addressed to an Area Control Center "request radar vectors to circumnavigate adverse weather" is:

A flight safety message.

A meteorological message.

An urgency message.

A message relating to direction finding.

Aircraft X-BC has been instructed to contact Stephenville TOWER on frequency 118.7. What is the correct response to indicate that it will follow this instruction ?

118.7 X-BC

Will change to TOWER X-BC

Changing over X-BC

Stephenville TOWER X-BC

What does the phrase "Squawk 1234" mean:

Select code 1234 on the SSR transponder

Give a short count for DF (direction finder)

Make a test transmission on 123.4 MHz

Standby on frequency 123.4 MHz

RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC squawk ident". What does this mean:

X-BC shall operate the IDENT button

Radar identification has been achieved by correlating an observed radar blip with aircraft XY-ABC

X-BC should perform an identification turn of at least 020 degrees

X-BC shall reselect his assigned mode and code

When the term "Overcast" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is:

100%

50% or more

Less than 50%

No clouds but poor ground visibility

RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC squawk standby ". What does this mean?

X-BC is requested to switch to standby position

X-BC is requested to standby on the frequency

X-BC is requested to standby for radar vectors

X-BC is requested to standby as the radar controller is busy

RADAR instructs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC recycle 1015". What does this mean:

X-BC is requested to reselect SSR code 1015

X-BC is requested to set new code 1015

X-BC has been identified by SSR code 1015

X-BC has been identified at 10:15 (UTC)

How shall a pilot inform a radar control unit that the aircraft is not equipped with transponder:

Negative transponder

No SSR

Transponder not available

Negative squawk

When the term "Broken" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is:

5 to 7 octas

1 to 4 octas

8 octas below 10000 feet

No clouds below 5000 feet

RADAR informs aircraft X-BC: "X-BC identified". What does this mean:

Radar identification has been achieved

X-BC is not visible on the radar screen

X-BC should perform an identification turn

X-BC should operate the IDENT-button

An aircraft is flying north-east at 2500 feet.TOWER requests heading and level. What is the correct response:

Heading 045 at 2500 feet

Heading north-east at level 25

Heading 45 at 2500 feet

045 and 2500

How should a pilot terminate the read-back of an ATC clearance ?

With his own aircraft call sign

With the word "wilco"

With the ATC ground station call sign

With the word "roger"

When the term "Scattered" is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is:

Half or less than half (3 or 4 octas)

More than half but less than overcast (5 to 7 octas)

Sky entirely covered (8 octas)

No clouds below 5000 feet/GND

What is the consequence of a microphone button stuck on transmit (switched "on") ?

The frequency can not be used by others.

None.

Other stations will have to use the "words twice" technique.

Readability will improve for all stations.

What is meant by the phrase "readability 2"?

Readable now and then.

Readable.

Unreadable.

Readable but with difficulty.

On the readability scale what does "readability 1" mean ?

Unreadable.

Readable.

Perfectly readable.

Readable but with difficulty.

To indicate that he is no longer occupying the active runway a pilot shall report to the controller :

Runway vacated.

Runway cleared.

Runway free.

Clear of runway.

What is meant by the phrase " readibility 4"?

Readable.

Readable now and then.

Perfectly readable.

Readable but with difficulty.

What does the word "acknowledge" mean ?

Let me know that you have received and understood this message.

Pass me the following information.

Repeat all of this message back to me exactly as received.

Repeat all of your last transmission.

What does the phrase "break break" mean ?

It indicates the separation between messages transmitted to different aircraft in a very busy environment.

It indicates the separation between portions of a message transmitted to an aircraft station.

The exchange of transmissions is ended and no response is expected.

My transmission is ended and I expect a response from you.

What does the word "approved" mean ?

Permission for proposed action granted.

That is correct.

Authorized to proceed under the conditions specified.

I repeat for clarity or emphasis.

Must a "general call" be acknowledged"?

No.

Yes, but only from the station first called.

Yes, from all stations in the sequence they have been adressed.

Yes, from all stations in a random sequence.

Which phrase shall be used if you want to say : ''Communication is difficult. Please send every word or group of words twice'' ?

Words twice

Say again, say again

Repeat twice

Message second time

In case of a SSR transponder failure occuring after departure of an IFR flight, the pilot shall:

Inform the competent ATC unit immediately

Land at the nearest suitable aerodrome for repair

Squawk 7600

Continue the flight in VMC

In case the transponder fails before the departure for an IFR flight, the pilot shall:

Obtain prior permission by ATC to conduct the flight

Inform FIS for relay to AIS

Insert under item 18 of the flight plan "transponder unserviceable"

Inform ATC after departure

What do the spoken words '' PAN PAN MEDICAL '' mean ?

The message which follows concerns a protected medical transport operated by aircraft assigned exclusively to medical transportation

The aircraft has a sick passenger on board and requests priority to land

The aircraft has an urgent need of medical care upon landing at destination airport

The phrase/signal is inadmissible in radiotelephony

A message concerning a protected medical transport operated by aircraft assigned exclusively to medical transportation shall be preceded by the signal:

PAN PAN MEDICAL

MEDICAL TRANSPORT

PROTECTED TRANSPORT

PAN PAN TRANSPORT

Which of the following statements is correct ?

The urgency communications have priority over all the other communications, except distress

The urgency communications have priority over all the other communications

There is no difference regarding priority between distress communications and urgency communications

ATC clearances have the same priority as urgency communications

Before transmitting the pilot should...:

Listen out on the frequency to ensure no interference with another station already transmitting will occur.

Make sure that the aircraft is levelled off.

Always write the message and read it during the transmission.

Make sure that the emergency frequency is tuned in at the same time.

When an aircraft is no longer in distress, it shall transmit a message cancelling the distress condition. Which words shall this message include ?

... cancel distress

... MAYDAY, resuming normal operations

... MAYDAY cancelled

... distress condition terminated

Which word or phrase shall be used to indicate a separation between portions of a message ?

Break.

Stop.

I say again.

Over.

The distress communication and silence conditions shall be terminated by transmitting a message. Which words shall this message include ?

Distress traffic ended

Emergency communication finished

MAYDAY traffic ended

Disregard distress communication, OUT

Which of the following messages shall a station in control of distress use to impose silence ?

Stop transmitting, MAYDAY

Stop transmitting, DISTRESS

Stop transmitting, EMERGENCY

All stations in this frequency, MAYDAY traffic

How will an ATS unit instruct Fastair 345 to contact Stephenville RADAR on frequency 132.0083 (8.33 KHz frequency spacing) ? :

Fastair 345 contact Stephenville RADAR channel 132.010.

Fastair 345 contact Stephenville RADAR frequency 132.010.

Fastair 345 contact Stephenville RADAR channel 132.0083.

Fastair 345 contact Stephenville RADAR on 132.010.

Fastair 345 has been instructed "Standby 118.9 for TOWER". What does this instruction mean ?

Fastair shall change to frequency 118.9 and listen out, but the TOWER will initiate further communications.

Fastair 345 shall change to frequency 118.9 on which information is being broadcast.

Fastair 345 shall establish radio contact with TOWER on frequency 118.9.

Fastair 345 shall squawk standby and then establish radio contact with TOWER on frequency 118.9.

What does the word "contact" mean ?

Establish radio contact with ... .

Radar contact established .

Listen out on (frequency) .

That is correct .

During radar vectoring, the controller asks the pilot of XY-ABC to turn on to heading 360°. The correct read back of this instruction is :

Heading three six zero, X-BC.

Heading north, X-BC.

Heading three hundred sixty, X-BC.

A read back is not necessary as XY-ABC has been identified

The urgency message to be sent by an aircraft reporting an urgency condition shall contain at least the following elements/details :

Aircraft call sign, nature of the urgency condition, pilot's intention, present position, level and heading

Aircraft call sign, destination airport, ETA at destination, route of flight

Name of the station addressed, present position, assistance required

Aircraft identification, aerodrome of departure, level and heading

What does the word "wilco" mean ?

I understand your message and will comply with it.

I have received all of your last transmission.

I read you five.

As communication is difficult, I will call you later.

What does the term "clearance limit" mean:

The point to which an aircraft is granted an air traffic control clearance

The time of expiry of an air traffic control clearance

The time at which an aircraft is given an air traffic control clearance

The time after which an air traffic control clearance will be automatically cancelled if the flight has not been commenced

Radio silence can be imposed by an aeronautical station in case of :

Distress traffic.

Urgency communication.

Overload of the frequency.

Technical difficulties.

A departing aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR flight under radar vectors has to:

Squawk 7600 and thereafter return to the route indicated in the current flight plan in the most direct manner

Squawk 7600 and maintain the heading last assigned by ATC for a period of 3 minutes and then return to the flight path in accordance with the current flight plan

Squawk 7600, maintain present heading for 1 minute and thereafter return to the route indicated in the current flight plan on the shortest way

Squawk 7600 and thereafter, regardless of any limitation instructed by ATC, return to the route indicated in the current flight plan on the shortest way

What does the word "report" mean ?

Pass me the following information.

Repeat all of this message back to me exactly as received.

Say again.

Examine a system or procedure.

The expression " transmitting blind due to receiver failure" implies that no answer is expected. It shall be used by:

An aircraft station being aware of receiver failure

An aircraft station doing blind transmissions at a "non-towered" airfield

A radar controller performing a PAR or SRE final approach.

A ground station broadcasting information to all listening stations.

What does the word "recleared" mean ?

A change has been made to your last clearance.

Permission for proposed action granted.

An error has been made in my last transmission.

Consider that transmission as not sent.

Which word or phrase shall be used to indicate that a change has been made to your last clearance and this new clearance supersedes your previous clearance or part thereof ?

Recleared.

Cleared.

Approved.

Break break.

What does the word "negative" mean ?

That is not correct.

Consider that transmission as not sent.

Annul the previously transmitted clearance.

I say again.

What does the word "negative" mean ?

Permission not granted.

Proposed action granted.

Disregard last instruction.

Consider that transmission as not sent.

What phrase shall be used when asking for the readability of a transmission ?

How do you read ?

Read back .

Report readability .

Read you loud and clear .

What does the word "disregard" mean ?

Consider that transmission as not sent.

An error has been made in this transmission.

Annul the previously transmitted clearance.

Wait and I will call you.

When an aircraft station receives the call "ALL STATIONS Stephenville RADAR, distress traffic ended" it is requested :

To resume normal communication with Stephenville RADAR.

To impose silence to other stations in its vicinity.

Acknowledge receipt of this message.

Discontinue communication with Stephenville RADAR.

Which word shall be used to indicate that an error has been made in a transmission or message ?

Correction.

Correct.

Negative.

Disregard.

What does the word "cancel" mean ?

Annul the previously transmitted clearance.

A change has been made to your last clearance.

Wait and I will call you.

Consider that transmission as not sent.

When an aeronautical station broadcasts information to more than one station, the call starts with :

"All stations"

"General broadcast"

"Message to all aircraft on this frequency"

"Please listen"

What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station providing radar service (in general) ?

RADAR.

CONTROL.

RADAR-CONTROL.

RADAR-SERVICE.

Which word or phrase shall be used in order to repeat for clarity or emphasis ?

I say again .

Confirm .

Read back .

Verify .

What is the radiotelephony call sign suffix for the aeronautical station indicating clearance delivery ?

DELIVERY.

CLEARANCE.

CLEARANCE DELIVERY.

RADIO.

QNH is the Q-code to indicate:

The altimeter sub-scale setting to obtain elevation when on the ground.

The atmospheric pressure at aerodrome elevation (or at runway threshold).

The atmospheric pressure measured at the aerodrome reference point (ARP).

The atmospheric pressure referred to the highest obstacle located on the surface of an aerodrome.

QFE is the RTF Q-code to indicate:

The atmospheric pressure at aerodrome elevation (or at runway threshold).

The atmospheric pressure referred to the highest fixed obstacle located on the surface of an aerodrome.

The atmospheric pressure corrected to the aircraft cockpit height.

The altimeter sub-scale setting to obtain the flight level reference datum.

When an aircraft station receives the call "ALL STATIONS Stephenville RADAR, stop transmitting MAYDAY" it is requested :

Not to interfere with the distress communication.

To continue normal communication on the frequency in use.

To assist Stephenville RADAR in handling the distress traffic.

To leave the frequency in use.

Which of the following messages sent by ATC to an aircraft in flight must be read back? 1 - "descend to (altitude) 3.000 feet" 2 - "wind 240°, 15 knots, gusts 30 knots" 3 - "turn right heading 210" 4 - "reduce speed to 160 knots" 5 - "squawk 1723" 6 - "braking action poor"

1, 3, 4, 5

all

1, 2, 3, 5

1, 3, 4, 5, 6

Which word shall be used to ask a station whether you have correctly received a message, clearance, instruction, etc ?

Confirm.

Correct.

Acknowledge.

Verify.

What does the word "correct" mean ?

That is correct.

An error has been made in this transmission. The correct version is ... .

Permission for proposed action not granted.

Negative, the correct version is ... .

Which word or phrase shall be used when giving authorization to proceed under specified conditions ?

Cleared.

Go ahead.

Approved.

I say again : proceed.

What does the word "check" mean ?

Examine a system or procedure.

Confirm your last transmission.

Read back my last instruction.

I understand your message.

Which word or phrase shall be used if you want to say : "Reduce your rate of speech" ?

Speak slower.

Words twice.

Repeat.

Say again.

What does the instruction "Fastair 345 recycle 1240" mean ? :

Fastair 345 is requested to reselect assigned mode and code 1240.

Fastair 345 is requested to set new code 1240.

RADAR informs Fastair 345 that radar service is terminated at time 1240.

RADAR instructs Fastair 345 to stop squawk 1240 immediately.

What does the term "Expected Approach Time" mean:

The time at which ATC expects that an arriving aircraft, following a delay, will leave the holding point to complete its approach for a landing

The time at which an arriving aircraft, upon reaching the radio aid serving the destination aerodrome, will commence the instrument approach procedure for a landing

The time at which an arriving aircraft expects to arrive over the appropriate designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome

The holding time over the radio facility from which the instrument approach procedure for a landing will be initiated

What does the abbreviation "IMC" mean?

Instrument meteorological conditions.

In most cases.

International meteorological channel.

In meteorological conditions.

What does the term "air-ground communication" mean?

Two-way communication between aircraft and stations or locations on the surface of the earth

One-way communication from aircraft to stations or locations on the surface of the earth

One-way communication from stations or locations on the surface of the earth

Any communication from aircraft to ground station requiring handling by the Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network (AFTN)

What does the term "broadcast" mean?

A transmission of information relating to air navigation that is not addressed to a specific station or stations.

A radiotelephony transmission from ground station to aircraft in flight.

A transmission where no reply is required from the receiving station.

A transmission containing meteorological and operational information to aircraft engaged in flights over remote and oceanic areas out of range of VHF ground stations.

A signal sent by radiotelephony consisting of the spoken word MAYDAY MAYDAY MAYDAY means:

Imminent danger threatens the aircraft and immediate assistance is required

The aircraft has a very urgent message to transmit concerning the safety of a ship, aircraft or vehicle

The aircraft has a message to transmit concerning adverse weather conditions along its route of flight

The aircraft is forced to perform a fuel dumping procedure

What does the abbreviation "AIS" mean?

Aeronautical information service.

Aerodrome identification signal-area.

Airport information system.

Aerodrome information service.

The frequency 121.500 MHz is designated as:

An international emergency frequency

A frequency for air-to-air communication

A regional UHF frequency

An airline operation frequency

What does the abbreviation "SAR" mean?

Search and rescue.

Surveillance airport radar.

Standard arrival route.

Secondary altimeter responder.

What is the maximum distance at which you may expect strong VHF reception over flat terrain at FL 140 ?

About 140 NM

About 300 NM

About 240 NM

About 40 NM

Fastair 345 is instructed to contact Stephenville RADAR on channel 132.010 MHz. How would Fastair 345 advise RADAR that it is not 8.33 KHz equipped ?

Negative eight point three three.

Negative frequency 132.010.

Negative channel 132.0083.

Negative on 132.008

How shall a pilot inform the ATS unit that his aircraft does not have 8.33 KHz capability ? :

Negative eight point three three.

We do not have this frequency.

My aircraft is not equipped with eight point three three.

Negative eight point three three frequency equipment.

An aircraft squawking 7700 indicates to the ground station that:

The aircraft is in distress

The aircraft is being hijacked

The aircraft's transceiver is unserviceable

There is a sick passenger on board

A signal sent by radiotelephony consisting of the spoken words PAN PAN, PAN PAN, PAN PAN means:

The aircraft has a very urgent message to transmit concerning the safety of a ship, aircraft or other vehicle, but immediate assistance is not required

Imminent danger threatens the aircraft and immediate assistance is required

The aircraft is diverting from the route cleared because of a thunderstorm and asks for immediate reclearance

An aircraft on final approach is starting the missed approach procedure

What does the term "way point" mean:

A specified geographical position used to define an area navigation route or the flight path of an aircraft employing area navigation

A defined position on an aerodrome used for the calibration of the inertial navigation system

A signal indicating the direction of the runway-in-use

A general term meaning the taxiway- and the runway-system of an international airport

The distress signal and the distress message to be sent by an aircraft in distress be on:

The air-ground frequency in use at the time

The emergency frequency in any case

The regional guard frequency

The FIS frequency designated for the airspace concerned

What is the correct way of transmitting the number 13.500 to indicate an altitude or cloud height ?

one three thousand five hundred

one three five hundred

one three five zero zero

thirteen thousand five hundred

What is the correct way for the pilot to acknowledge that ATIS Information Golf has been received:

Information Golf

Weather Golf received

We have the Information

We have the ATIS Golf

What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station providing approach control (no radar service) ?

APPROACH

ARRIVAL

RADAR

CONTROL

How shall a pilot inform the control tower that he has to abandon the take-off manoeuvre:

Stopping

Abandoning take-off

Aborting take-off

Cancelling take-off

When shall the phrase "Take-off" be used by a pilot :

To acknowledge take-off clearance only

Never, it is used only by the control tower

To inform TOWER when ready for departure

Only when the aircraft has already moved onto the active runway

Which of these phrases is used if you want to communicate that a message: "Consider that transmission as not sent":

Disregard

Cancel my last message

Forget it

My last transmission is cancelled

What does the abbreviation "H24" mean?

Continuous day and night service.

Sunrise to sunset.

Sunset to sunrise.

No specific working hours.

The time is 4:15 P.M. What is the correct way of transmitting this time if there is any possibility of confusion about the hour ?

One six one five

Four fifteen P.M.

Sixteen fifteen

Four fifteen in the afternoon

When flying in accordance with IFR, which of the following best describes the term "Visual approach" ?

An approach by an IFR flight when either part or all of an instrument approach procedure is not completed and the approach is executed in visual reference to terrain

An approach executed by an IFR flight unable to maintain VMC

A visual manoeuvre executed by an IFR flight when the weather conditions at the aerodrome of destination are equal to or better than required VMC minima

An extension of an instrument approach procedure to bring an aircraft into position for landing on a runway which is not suitably located for straight-in-approach

What is the correct way of transmitting the number 118.1 to indicate a frequency ?

one one eight decimal one

one eighteen one

one one eight one

one one eight point one

What does "Friction coefficient 45" in a runway report mean:

Braking action good

Braking action medium

Braking action poor

Braking action not measurable

What does "Friction coefficient 20" in a runway report mean:

Braking action poor

Braking action medium

Braking action good

Braking action unreliable

Under what runway conditions is the braking action reported to be "Unreliable":

Runway covered with wet snow and slush

Runway covered with ice

Runway covered with dry snow

Runway conditions normal

If you are requested to "Report flight conditions", what does that mean:

Indicate whether you are flying in IMC or in VMC

Indicate weather conditions as wind, visibility, temperature

Indicate if visibility is sufficient for landing

Indicate whether you are flying IFR or VFR

What does the abbreviation "ATIS" mean?

Automatic terminal information service.

Airport terminal information service.

Automatic terminal information system.

Air traffic information service.

What does the phrase "Verify" mean:

Check and confirm with originator

Repeat your last transmission

Read back VDF bearing

Consider that transmission as not sent

Which elements of a position report cannot be omitted ?

Aircraft identification, position, time

Aircraft identification, position, time, level

Aircraft identification, position, level

Aircraft identification, position, next position

On hearing an urgency message a pilot shall:

Monitor the frequency to ensure assistance if required

Acknowledge the message immediately

Impose radio silence on the frequency in use

Change the frequency, because radio silence will be imposed on the frequency in use

What is the correct call sign of Fastair 345 in the initial call to the aerodrome control tower and the approach control unit, if the aircraft has a maximum take-off weight of more than 136 tonnes:

Fastair 345 heavy

Heavy Fastair 345

Fastair 345

Fastair 345 widebody

When shall an aircraft in the heavy-wake-turbulence category include the word "Heavy" immediately after its call sign e.g. Fastair 345 heavy:

In the initial call to the aerodrome control tower and the approach control unit

Never

In all calls

In all calls to the aerodrome tower and the approach control unit

Which elements of instructions or information shall always be read back ?

SSR code, QNH, take-off clearance, speed instructions

QNH, weather information, runway-in-use

ATC clearance, speed instructions, runway state information

QNH, SSR code, approach aid serviceability

What shall the pilot's readback be for "Climb to FL 280":

Climbing to flight level two eight zero

Climbing to flight level two eighty

Climbing two eight zero

Climbing to two eighty

What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station indicating approach control radar arrivals:

...ARRIVAL

...APPROACH

...RADAR

...DIRECTOR

ATC clears Fastair 345 to descend from FL 100 to FL 80. What is the correct readback by the pilot:

Leaving flight level 100 descending to flight level 80, Fastair 345

Descending to 80, Fastair 345

Down to flight level 80, Fastair 345

Leaving 100 to 80, Fastair 345

What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station indicating approach control radar departures:

...DEPARTURE

...CONTROL

...RADAR

...APPROACH

Blind transmission shall be made:

On the designated frequency (frequency in use)

To all available aeronautical stations

On regional guard frequencies only

During IFR flights only

An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in VMC is assumed to:

Continue to fly in VMC, land at the nearest suitable aerodrome, report its arrival

Leave controlled airspace and continue the flight within uncontrolled airspace

Squawk IDENT and proceed to the alternate aerodrome

Continue the flight to destination aerodrome in any case

An aircraft on an IFR flight in VMC experiences radio communication failure. The aircraft is assumed to :

Land at the nearest suitable aerodrome

Return to the aerodrome of departure

Land at the alternate aerodrome

Land at the destination aerodrome

An aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC is assumed to:

Proceed in accordance with the current flight plan to the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome

Proceed to an area from where the flight can be continued according to the visual flight rules

Divert to the most suitable aerodrome according to the route of flight

Execute a VMC approach at the nearest suitable aerodrome

An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to commence descent over the designated navigation aid serving the destination aerodrome (no EAT received):

At, or as close to, the ETA resulting from the current flight plan

5 minutes after the last expected approach time acknowledged

Immediately after reaching in any case

After 3 minutes, if an expected approach time is not acknowledged

An aircraft encountering radio communication failure on an IFR flight in IMC has to land, if possible, within:

30 minutes after ETA or the last EAT, whichever is later

30 minutes after noticing the radio failure

30 minutes after waiting for the EAT

15 minutes after vacating the transition layer

What shall the pilot's readback be for "climb to 2500 feet":

Climbing to two thousand five hundred feet

Up to two thousand five hundred

Climbing to two point five

Climbing to two thousand five hundred

What does the abbreviation "RVR" mean:

Runway visual range

Radar vectors requested

Runway visibility report

Recleared via route...

An "Automatic Terminal Information Service" provides:

Routine information to arriving and departing aircraft by means of continuous and repetitive broadcast .

Information concerning en-route weather phenomena which may effect the safety of aircraft operation.

Current meteorological and operational information essential for the safety of the air navigation within a FIR.

Weather reports relating a specific number of aerodromes located within a flight information region (FIR).

When transmitting runway visual range (RVR) for runway 16 ATC will use the following phrase:

RVR runway 16 touchdown ... metres, mid-point ... metres, stop end ... metres

The values of the transmissometer are: ... metres and ... metres

RVR at the beginning of runway 16 is ... metres

RVR runway 16 ... metres diagonal ... metres diagonal ... metres

What does the abbrevation "INS" mean:

Inertial navigation system

Instrument navigation system

International NOTAM system

International navigation service

What does the abbrevation "MLS" mean:

Microwave landing system

Minimum safe level

Mean sea level

Minimum sector level

What does "SELCAL" mean:

A system which permits the selective calling of individual aircraft over radiotelephone channels linking a ground station with the aircraft

A system in which radiotelephony communication can be established between aircraft only

A system in which radiotelephony communication between two stations can take place in both directions simultaneously

A system provided for direct exchange of information between air traffic services (ATS) units

What, if any, is the abbreviated call sign of Fastair 2345 ?

No abbreviated form

Fastair 345

Fastair 45

2345

What does the abbrevation "RNAV" mean:

Area navigation

Radar aided navigation

Route navigation

Radio navigation

Within the European Region, an aircraft experiencing radio communication failure on an IFR departure has to squawk 7600 and:

Maintain the level last assigned by the ATC for a period of 3 minutes and then climb in accordance with the flight plan

Climb immediately to the cruising level indicated in the flight plan

Land at the departure aerodrome in any case

Maintain the altitude last assigned by ATC for a period of 5 minutes and then continue in accordance with the flight plan

What does the word "Monitor" mean:

Listen out on (frequency).

Wait and I will call you

Establish radio contact with...

Examine a system or procedure

What does the instruction: "Fastair 345 standby 118.9 for TOWER" mean:

Fastair 345 should listen on frequency 118.9 on which TOWER will initiate further communications

Fastair 345 should change frequency to 118.9, on which aerodrome data are being broadcast

Fastair 345 should contact TOWER on 118.9

Fastair 345 should standby on the current frequency

Fastair 345 has been instructed to contact Stephenville ARRIVAL on frequency 118.0. What is the correct way to indicate it will follow this instruction:

118.0 Fastair 345

Changing over Fastair 345

Changing to ARRIVAL Fastair 345

Stephenville ARRIVAL Fastair 345

Which phraseology shall a pilot use if he receives an instruction from ATC which he cannot carry out:

Unable to comply

Negative instruction

Impossible to make it

Disregard

Which phrase should a pilot use to inform ATC that he is initiating a missed approach procedure:

Going around

Missed approach

Pulling up

Overshooting

What is the radiotelephony call sign for the aeronautical station indicating area control centre (no radar):

...CONTROL

...CENTRE

...APPROACH

...RADAR

What does the abbreviation "SSR" mean:

Secondary surveillance radar

Search and surveillance radar

Surface strength of runway

Standard snow report