2.0 Navigation

25.  The east end of a runway oriented east and west is numbered

  1. 090.
  2. 09.
  3. 270.
  4. 27.

26.  If a heading of 250°M maintains your outbound track of 242°M, the required heading to maintain the reciprocal track back to your departure point would be

  1. 078°M.
  2. 070°M.
  3. 062°M.
  4. 054°M.

27.  Refer to Appendix:  CFS - Lindsay, Ont. (CNF4)

Select the correct statements regarding the aerodrome information.

  1. Circuits are right hand on runway 13 and 20.
  2. Aircraft radio controlled aerodrome lighting is available.
  3. There are PAPI lights on both runway 31 and 13.
  4. Customs service is available.
  5. The Control Zone extends for 7 NM.
  6. There is an FSS at the aerodrome.
  7. Aviation gasoline is available.

    1. A, B, D, G.
    2. B, E, F.
    3. B, D, E, F.
    4. A, D, C.

NOTE:  For questions 28 to 43 inclusive, refer to appendix #1 CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT

28.  Refer to VNC

The hypsometric tinting on the chart indicates that between the Lindsay airport and Gananoque airport the flight will be conducted over ground which is mostly between

  1. sea level and 1,000 feet.
  2. sea level and 1,500 feet.
  3. 1,000 feet and 2,000 feet.
  4. sea level and 2,000 feet.

29.  What is the magnetic track from Oshawa (CYOO) to Lindsay (CNF4)?

  1. 200°.
  2. 359°.
  3. 010°.
  4. 021°.
30. Wind 250°T at 20 kt.
True Air Speed 105 kt.
Track 010°T

Using the above information the computed heading and groundspeed en route Oshawa to Lindsay is nearest to

  1. 010° M and 105 kt.
  2. 360° M and 112 kt.
  3. 012° M and 114 kt.
  4. 031° M and 105 kt.

31.  Refer to VNC

En route from Oshawa to Lindsay you pass through CYA 520(T). You must be more alert for

  1. aircraft on approach to Lester B.Pearson International Airport (Toronto).
  2. civilian flight training activity.
  3. aerobatic activity.
  4. military flight training activity.

32.  Refer to VNC

The estimated flight time from Lindsay to Gananoque at 5,500 feet with a groundspeed of 100 kt. is nearest to

Note:  Add an extra 2 minutes for each 1,000 feet of climb.

  1. 1 hour and 05 minutes.
  2. 1 hour and 20 minutes.
  3. 1 hour and 15 minutes.
  4. 1 hour and 25 minutes.
33. Average fuel consumption 5.5 gph
Total flight time 1 hour and 50 minutes

NOTE: Add 2.0 gal for taxi, take-off and climb at Oshawa.
  Add 2.0 gal for taxi, take-off and climb at Lindsay.

Using the above information, calculate the day VFR fuel requirements for a flight from Oshawa to Gananoque with a stop at Lindsay.

  1. 18.1 gal.
  2. 14.1 gal.
  3. 16.9 gal.
  4. 12.8 gal.
34. Pressure altitude 5,500 feet
Outside Air Temperature (OAT) + 15° C
Indicated airspeed (IAS) 100 kt.

Assuming indicated airspeed (IAS) is equal to calibrated airspeed (CAS), the true airspeed (TAS) would be closest to

  1. 90 kt.
  2. 94 kt.
  3. 107 kt.
  4. 110 kt.

35.  Refer to VNC

The highest obstacle within 5 NM either side of your track from Lindsay to Gananoque is

  1. 1,600 feet ASL.
  2. 1,449 feet ASL.
  3. 1,275 feet ASL.
  4. 1,246 feet AGL.

36.  While on track abeam Peterborough you wish to obtain the latest weather for Kingston to get some indication of what conditions will be at Gananoque. What would be the most appropriate station and frequency to call for this information?

  1. Peterborough UNICOM 122.8 MHz.
  2. Toronto/Buttonville Radio 126.7 MHz.
  3. Campbellford Radio 113.5 MHz.
  4. Trenton Tower 128.7 MHz.

37.  Your aircraft crosses the town of Bridgenorth (N44°23'W78°23') at 1810Z.

At 1822Z your aircraft is over the town of Norwood (N44°23' W77°59'). Your ETA at Gananoque airport will be closest to

  1. 1902Z.
  2. 1908Z.
  3. 1914Z.
  4. 1920Z.

38.  You note your position north of track over the town of Marlbank (N44°26'W77°05'). Using the opening and closing angles method, you would alter heading to the right

  1. 2°.
  2. 5°.
  3. 8°.
  4. 10°.

39.  Refer to VNC

What class of airspace would you be flying through when your aircraft is at 5,500 ASL, over Marlbank (N44°26' W77°05')?

  1. D.
  2. E.
  3. F.
  4. G.

40.  Refer to VNC

With the VOR receiver tuned to the Coehill VOR (N44º 40' W77º 50'), when you are over the town of Marlbank (N44°26' W77°05') the CDI should be

  1. centred with a 'FROM' indication when the OBS is 123°.
  2. centred with a 'FROM' indication when the OBS is 303°.
  3. deflected full left when the OBS is 123°.
  4. deflected full right when the OBS is 303°.

41.  Refer to VNC

Due to poor weather you decide to divert to Kingston (CYGK), but you become disoriented and lost. To help you find the airport, Kingston FSS could provide you with a

  1. radar vector.
  2. ADF steer.
  3. DF steer.
  4. VOR vector.

42.  Where a VFR flight plan has been filed and no search and rescue time has been specified in the flight plan, the pilot-in-command shall report the arrival to the appropriate ATS unit not later than

  1. 30 minutes after the last reported ETA.
  2. 1 hour after the last reported ETA.
  3. 12 hours after landing.
  4. 24 hours after landing.

43.  Refer to VNC

What class of airspace is CYR 503 located 3 NM east of the Kingston (CYGK) airport?

  1. D.
  2. E.
  3. F.
  4. G.

44.  The reported ceiling is 1,000 feet broken and visibility is 4 miles. To remain VFR, an aircraft cleared to the circuit must join

  1. at 500 feet below cloud base.
  2. at 700 feet AGL.
  3. in accordance with special VFR.
  4. as high as possible without entering cloud.

45.  The smaller arc of the equator intercepted between the Prime Meridian and the Meridian of a place is a definition of

  1. longitude.
  2. local hour angle (LHA).
  3. Greenwich hour angle (GHA).
  4. latitude.

46.  One minute of latitude is equal to

  1. one minute of longitude.
  2. one statue mile.
  3. one nautical mile.
  4. 5,000 feet.

47.  An isogonal is a line on a map

  1. used to indicate deviation.
  2. joining points of equal variation.
  3. joining points of equal elevation.
  4. used to indicate compass direction.

48.  An agonic line is as line of

  1. zero deviation.
  2. zero variation.
  3. mean sea level contours.
  4. equal contour heights.

49.  The line on the chart joining the points N44°30' W75°30' and N44°30' W80°00' represents

  1. a parallel of latitude.
  2. a meridian.
  3. the shortest distance between the two points.
  4. a great circle.

50.  The angle between the meridian over which a heavenly body is located and your own meridian is the definition of

  1. longitude.
  2. local hour angle (LHA).
  3. latitude.
  4. Greenwich hour angle (GHA).

51.  Refer to Appendix:  HELICOPTER WEIGHT AND BALANCE LOADING DATA (Chart #2)

Maximum Gross T/O Weight - As per Chart #2
Basic Empty Weight - 2,200 lb.
Pilot - 180 lb.
Front Seat Pax. - 170 lb.
Rear Seat Pax. - 160 lb.
Cabin Freight - 250 lb.
Side Holds - 200 lb.
Rear Hold - 100 lb.
Fuel - 850 lb.

Using the above information the helicopter's C of G

  1. forward limit is exceeded.
  2. is 138.5 in.
  3. is 131.5 in.
  4. is 137.5 in.

52.  Refer to Appendix:  HELICOPTER WEIGHT AND BALANCE LOADING DATA (Chart #2)

Given:
Weight at take-off 4,100 lb.
Aft 135.4 in.
Fuel consumption 225 lb./hr.

After a flight of one hour, the pilot can expect the C of G to

  1. move forward to 133.5 in.
  2. remain the same.
  3. move aft to 137.5 in.
  4. move outside the fore-aft limits.
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