Flight Rules
Weather
Physiology / ADM
Regulations
Miscellaneous

100

At this distance a pilot should make their initial call on CTAF

What is 10 miles

100

What should form when dew point spread is very small especially within 2 degrees of each other.
What is fog

100

When a person has a lack of oxygen in their body.
What is hypoxia.

100

This person has the final authority when it comes to decision making in the cockpit.
What is the Pilot in Command

100

Pressure altitude corrected for non-standard temperature

What is Density altitude?

200

While operating in Class C airspace you need this cloud separation and visibility
What is 3 sm visability, 500' above, 2,000' horizontal and 1,000' below

200

The air in this pressure systems has a tendency to rotate counter clockwise, towards the center and up.
What is a low pressure system.

200

The antidote to this hazardous attitude is taking risks are foolish.
What is the hazardous attitude Macho.

200

This is the only airspace you need actual clearance to enter.
What is Class B airspace

200

There must be enough fuel to fly for the intended route of flight at cruise speed plus this time, during the day
What is 30 min

300

When an aircraft is cleared for taxi on the airport, they will receive this light signal from the control tower.
What is flashing green

300

This standard temperature and pressure lapse rate can help a pilot calculate pressure altitude when doing pre-flight calulations
What is 2° Celsius and 1 inHg. every 1,000 feet

300

This acronym is used to take a systematic approach to solving a problem or emergency.
What is the DECIDE model.

300

Above this altitude is the only time when Passengers need to be provided oxygen
What is 15,000 feet

300

This imaginary line is used for weight and balance calculations and it is usually located in front of the aircraft
What is the reference datum line

400

A pilot can request this clearance if weather is below VFR minimums but above IFR conditions
What is Special VFR

400

This significant weather warning is valid for 6 hours and has three designations
What is an Airmet

400

This symptom occurs in hypoxia but not in hyperventilation
What is cyanosis

400

An aircraft must operate with these lights from sunset to sunrise
What is position lights

400

These 5 C's are used as the standard lost procedures to help a pilot navigate back on course.
What is Climb, Communicate, Confess, Comply and Conserve

500

Below this altitude aircraft must fly no more than 250 kts unless authorized by ATC
What is 10,000 feet MSL

500

The conditions necessary for the formation of thunderstorms.


What are sufficient moisture, unstable lapse rate, and a lifting action?

500

This sense is located in the inner ear and consist of semi-circular canals.
What is the Vestibular sense.

500

This section title in part 61.113 is used to describe when a private pilot may carry passengers or property for compensation or hire.
What is private pilot privileges and limitations

500

At this point from the end of the runway the center line lights start to alternate red and white
What is 3,000 feet