Table of Contents

GENERAL

   KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS
   EXAMINATION RULES
   TIME LIMIT
   REWRITING OF EXAMINATIONS
   EXAMINATION FEEDBACK
   EXAMINATIONS

SECTION 1: AIR LAW AND PROCEDURES

  CANADIAN AVIATION REGULATIONS (CARs)
  PART I - GENERAL PROVISIONS
  PART III - AERODROME AND AIRPORTS
  PART IV - PERSONNEL LICENSING AND TRAINING
  PART V - AIRWORTHINESS
  PART VI - GENERAL OPERATING AND FLIGHT RULES
  PART VII - COMMERCIAL AIR SERVICES
     TC AIM CANADA
     OTHER LEGISLATION
     TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD OF CANADA (TSB) - 
       A.I.M. GEN 3.0)

SECTION 2: METEOROLOGY

     THE EARTH’S ATMOSPHERE
     ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE
     METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF ALTIMETRY
     MOISTURE
     AIRCRAFT ICING
     AVIATION WEATHER REPORTS
     AVIATION FORECASTS

SECTION 3: AERODYNAMICS AND THEORY OF FLIGHT

     AEROFOILS
     FORCES ACTING ON THE WING
     THRUST
     WEIGHT
     EQUILIBRIUM
     CONTROL
     STABILITY AND INSTABILITY

SECTION 4: FLIGHT OPERATIONS

     METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS AFFECTING PERFORMANCE
     AEROPLANE PERFORMANCE
     COMPUTING CENTRE OF GRAVITY
     CALCULATING CHANGES TO CENTRE OF GRAVITY
     CENTRE OF GRAVITY LIMITS
     CRITICAL SURFACE CONTAMINATION

SECTION 5: AEROPLANE SYSTEMS

     GENERAL
     ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENT
     PRESSURIZATION
     AIR-CONDITIONING
     PNEUMATICS
     EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT

SECTION 6: POWERPLANTS

     TURBO - JET AND TURBO PROP ENGINES
     CRUISE AND POWER COMPUTATIONS

SECTION 7: PROPELLERS

     PROPELLER SYSTEMS

SECTION 8: EMERGENCY OPERATIONS

     EMERGENCY OPERATION OF SYSTEMS
     EMERGENCY OPERATION OF POWER PLANTS

SECTION 9: HUMAN FACTORS

     AVIATION PHYSIOLOGY
     THE OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
     AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY
     EQUIPMENT / MATERIALS RELATIONSHIP
     INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS

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