1. Once you have filed your VFR flight plan, What does clearance delivery provide?
    nothing because you are not required to call them for a VFR flight plan
  2. How is your VFR flight plan activated when departing a military or civilian airfield?
    • Tower activates your VFR flight plan from a military field
    • FSS activates your VFR flight plan from a civilian field when you contact them after you are airborne
  3. When departing from an airfield that has Class D airspace, you should remain on tower frequency until you are clear of their airspace.
  4. If you do not have flight following and must change your VFR flight plan to IFR, you should first contact ______
    FSS and file your route
  5. If you change your VFR flight plan to an IFR flight plan with ATC, you need to contact FSS because ______.
    you need to cancel your VFR flight plan.
  6. When navigating on a VFR route you want to look for points ______ and have them identified by ______.
    2-5 minutes out; 1 minute out
  7. One method to use in measuring distance is using cockpit view angles. Another method discussed was ______.
    measuring the distance between two objects for comparison method
  8. How long do you hold your correction using SCA if you are 1 mile left of your course?
    1 min
  9. Using the proportional method to correct for time, you add/reduce ______ knot(s) for every ______second(s) late or early and hold this new airspeed for the number of minutes equal to your groundspeed in miles per minute
    1; 1
  10. You are going 3NM per minute and are 15 seconds early. How would you correct?
    Subtract 15 knots for 3 minutes.
  11. You are doing 4 NM per minute and are 30 seconds late. How would you correct?
    Add 4 knots for 30 seconds.
  12. Your ground speed is 210 knots and you are 15 seconds early. What is your correction (use 10 percent method to calculate?
    Decrease your airspeed by 21 knots for 2 minutes and 30 seconds
  13. Your groundspeed is 210 knots and you are 7 seconds late. What is your correction?
    Increase your airspeed by 21 knots for 1 minute and 10 seconds.
  14. You are doing 3 miles per minute. What is your correction if you are 30 seconds early (use Incremental Method to calculate?
    Subtract 30 knots for 3 minutes.
  15. Your groundspeed is 4 miles per minute and you are 10 seconds late. What is your correction?
    Add 40 knots for 1 minute.
  16. What items would you record on the in-flight log?
    Fuel; time
  17. Which document lists MTRs
  18. Prior to flying an AP/1B published low-level route, you must schedule the route with the scheduling organization
  19. Normally, a minimum climb airspeed of ______ KIAS is sufficient when aborting the route.
  20. When departing VFR you should tell tower your ______.
    initial altitude and direction of flight
  21. When departing VFR in Class D airspace, you are expected to ______.
    remain on tower frequency until clear of their airspace
  22. When are you required to change your ETA on a VFR flight plan?
    If your arrival time is going to change by more than 30 minutes
  23. You are navigating at night using DR nav and approaching a checkpoint that you can’t see. When would you turn to the next checkpoint?
    Turn on time.
  24. What are the primary scan positions on a VFR/low-level nav route?
    10-2 position
  25. You are level at 3000 feet AGL and see your checkpoint 45° below the level horizon. How far are you from the checkpoint?
    3000 feet
  26. Which course correction method involves timing with a heading change?
    Standard Closing Angle method
  27. What document would you use to find detailed information on published low-level routes?
    FLIP AP/1B
  28. What happens if you do not use sufficient G, and then overbank when making a low-level turn?
    You decrease the time to impact the ground.
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