Written by Erick Teeters | Private Pilot
Lesson 1 EEQ
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1. In addition to a valid Airworthiness Certificate, what documents or records must be aboard an aircraft during flight?
Answer (C) is correct. (14 CFR 91.203, 91.9) 14 CFR 91.203 requires both an Airworthiness Certificate and a Registration Certificate to be aboard aircraft during flight. 14 CFR 91.9 requires that operating limitations be available in the aircraft in an approved Airplane Flight Manual, approved manual material, markings, and placards, or any combination thereof.
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2. A 100-hour inspection was due at 3302.5 hours. The 100-hour inspection was actually done at 3309.5 hours. When is the next 100-hour inspection due?
Answer (B) is correct. (14 CFR 91.409) Since the last 100-hour inspection was due at 3302.5 hours, the next 100-hour inspection is due at 3402.5 hours (3302.5 + 100). The 100-hour limitation may be exceeded by not more than 10 hours while en route to reach a place where the inspection can be done; this excess time must be included in computing the next 100 hours of time in service.
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3. Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, what is the minimum safe altitude for a pilot to operate an aircraft anywhere?
Answer (A) is correct. (14 CFR 91.119) Except when necessary for takeoff or landing, an aircraft should always be operated at an altitude high enough to permit an emergency landing without endangering people or property on the ground.
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4. With respect to the certification of airmen, which is a class of aircraft?
Answer (B) is correct. (14 CFR 1.1) Class of aircraft, as used with respect to airmen, means a classification of aircraft within a category having similar operating characteristics.
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5. With respect to the certification of airmen, which are categories of aircraft?
Answer (B) is correct. (14 CFR 1.1) Category of aircraft, as used with respect to the certification, ratings, privileges, and limitations of airmen, means a broad class of aircraft.
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6. If a recreational or private pilot had a flight review on October 30, this year, when is the next flight review required?
Answer (C) is correct. (14 CFR 61.56) A pilot is required to have a flight review within the preceding 24 calendar months before the month in which the pilot acts as pilot in command. It’s good to the end of the month ya’ll.
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7. A Third-Class Medical Certificate is issued to a 36-year-old pilot on August 10, this year. To exercise the privileges of a Private Pilot Certificate, the medical certificate will be valid until midnight on
Answer (B) is correct. (14 CFR 61.23) A pilot may exercise the privileges of a private pilot certificate under a third-class medical certificate until it expires at the end of the last day of the month 5 years after it was issued, for pilots less than 40 years old on the date of the medical examination. A third-class medical certificate issued to a 36-year-old pilot on Aug. 10 will be valid until midnight on Aug. 31, 5 years later.
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8. What document(s) must be in your personal possession or readily accessible in the aircraft while operating as pilot in command of an aircraft?
Answer (C) is correct. (14 CFR 61.3) Current and appropriate pilot and medical certificates must be in your personal possession or readily accessible in the aircraft when you act as pilot in command (PIC) or as a required pilot flight crewmember.
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9. Who is primarily responsible for maintaining an aircraft in airworthy condition?
Answer (B) is correct. (FAA-H-8083-25B Chap 9) The owner or operator of an airplane is primarily responsible for maintaining an airplane in an airworthy condition, including compliance with all applicable airworthiness directives (ADs).
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10. An aircraft’s annual condition inspection was performed on July 12, this year. The next annual inspection will be due no later than
Answer (C) is correct. (14 CFR 91.409) Annual condition inspections expire on the last day of the 12th calendar month after the previous annual condition inspection. If an annual condition inspection is performed on July 12 of this year, it will expire at midnight on July 31 next year.
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11. May a pilot operate an aircraft that is not in compliance with an Airworthiness Directive (AD)?
Answer (C) is correct. (14 CFR Part 39) An AD is used to notify aircraft owners and other interested persons of unsafe conditions and prescribe the conditions under which the product (e.g., an aircraft) may continue to be operated. An AD may be one of an emergency nature requiring immediate compliance upon receipt or one of a less urgent nature requiring compliance within a relatively longer period of time. You may operate an airplane that is not in compliance with an AD, if such operation is allowed by the AD.
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12. The responsibility for ensuring that an aircraft is maintained in an airworthy condition is primarily that of the
Answer (B) is correct. (14 CFR 91.403) The owner or operator of an aircraft is primarily responsible for maintaining that aircraft in an airworthy condition. The term “operator” includes the pilot in command.
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13. To update a previous weather briefing, a pilot should request
Answer (A) is correct. (AC 00-45H Chap 1) An abbreviated briefing will be provided when the user requests information (1) to supplement mass disseminated data, (2) to update a previous briefing, or (3) to be limited to specific information.
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14. AIRMETs are advisories of significant weather phenomena but of lower intensities than SIGMETs and are intended for dissemination to
Answer (B) is correct. (AC 00-45H Chap 5) AIRMETs are advisories of significant weather phenomena that describe conditions at intensities lower than those which require the issuance of SIGMETs. They are intended for dissemination to all pilots.
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