SECTION 2: NAVIGATION AND RADIO THEORY

DEFINITIONS

  1.  Meridian
  2. Prime Meridian
  3. Longitude
  4. Equator
  5. Latitude
  6. Rhumb Line/Great Circle
  7. Variation
  8. Isogonal
  9. Agonic Line
  10. Deviation
  11. Track
  12. Heading
  13. Airspeed
  14. Ground Speed
  15. Ground Position
  16. Bearing
  17. Wind Velocity
  18. Drift

MAPS AND CHARTS

  1. VNC - Lambert Conformal Conic Projection
  2.  Topographical Symbols
  3.  Aeronautical Information
  4.  Scale and Units of Measurement
  5. Locating Position by Latitude and Longitude

PILOT NAVIGATION

  1. Use of Aeronautical Charts
  2.  Measurement of Distance
  3. Tracks and Bearings
  4. Map Orientation
  5. Departure - Visual Angle
  6. Map Reading
  7. Check-points / Waypoints
  8. Lost Procedures

PRE-FLIGHT PREPARATION

  1. Factors Affecting Choice of Route
  2. Map Preparation
  3. Meteorological Information
  4. NOTAM
  5. Selection of Check-points / Waypoints
  6. Weight and Balance
  7. Use of Canada Flight Supplement
  8. Documents to be Carried in Aircraft
  9. Flight Itineraries
  10. Aircraft Serviceability

RADIO THEORY

  1. Frequency Bands Used in Communication
  2. Reception Limitations
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