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(Refer to figure 46.)
What are the hours of operation (local time) of the ATIS for the Yakima Air Terminal when daylight savings time is in effect?
- When departing from an airport not served by a control tower, the issuance of a clearance containing a void time indicates that
- During a takeoff into IFR conditions with low ceilings, when should the pilot contact departure control?
- During a flight, the controller advises 'traffic 2 o'clock 5 miles southbound.' The pilot is holding 20� correction for a crosswind from the right. Where should the pilot look for the traffic?
- Which procedure should you follow if, during an IFR flight in VFR conditions, you have two way radio communications failure?
(Refer to figure 113.)
You receive this ATC clearance:
"...CLEARED TO THE ABC VORTAC. HOLD SOUTH ON THE ONE EIGHT ZERO RADIAL..."
What is the recommended procedure to enter the holding pattern?
(Refer to figure 116.)
You arrive over the 15 DME fix on a heading of 350�. Which holding pattern correctly complies with the ATC clearance below, and what is the recommended entry procedure?
"...HOLD WEST OF THE ONE FIVE DME FIX ON THE TWO SIX EIGHT RADIAL OF THE ABC VORTAC, FIVE MILE LEGS, LEFT TURNS..."
- While flying on an IFR flight plan, you experience two-way communications radio failure while in VFR conditions. In this situation, you should continue your flight under
- In which airspace is VFR on Top operation prohibited?
- When are you required to establish communications with the tower, (Class D airspace) if you cancel your IFR flight plan 10 miles from the destination?
- If during a VFR practice instrument approach, Radar Approach Control assigns an altitude or heading that will cause you to enter the clouds, what action should be taken?
- What does declaring 'minimum fuel' to ATC imply?
- Which procedure applies to instrument departure procedures?
- A 'CRUISE FOUR THOUSAND FEET' clearance would mean that the pilot is authorized to
- What is the rule for a pilot receiving a "Land and Hold Short Operation (LAHSO) clearance?"
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