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1.4.0.0.1.B.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: A20
No pilot may act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft, under IFR or in weather conditions less than the minimums prescribed for VFR unless that pilot has, within the preceding 6 calendar months, completed at least
A) three instrument approaches and logged 3 hours.
*B) six instrument approaches, holding procedures, intercepting and tracking courses using navigational systems, or passed an instrument proficiency check.
C) six instrument flights under actual IFR conditions.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 kip
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1.4.0.0.2.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: A24
What limitation is imposed on a newly certificated commercial airplane pilot if that person does not hold an instrument pilot rating?
*A) The carrying of passengers for hire on cross-country flights is limited to 50 NM and the carrying of passengers for hire at night is prohibited.
B) The carrying of passengers or property for hire on cross-country flights at night is limited to a radius of 50 nautical miles (NM).
C) The carrying of passengers for hire on cross-country flights is limited to 50 NM for night flights, but not limited for day flights.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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1.4.0.0.3.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B08
Before beginning any flight under IFR, the pilot in command must become familiar with all available information concerning that flight. In addition, the pilot must
*A) be familiar with the runway lengths at airports of intended use, and the alternatives available if the flight cannot be completed.
B) list an alternate airport on the flight plan and confirm adequate takeoff and landing performance at the destination airport.
C) be familiar with all instrument approaches at the destination airport.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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1.4.0.0.4.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B07
The use of certain portable electronic devices is prohibited on aircraft that are being operated under
A) DVFR.
B) VFR.
*C) IFR.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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1.4.0.0.5.A.1
IRH FIH HIF
Knowledge Code: B10
For helicopters, what minimum weather conditions must be forecast for your ETA at an alternate airport that has a precision approach procedure, with standard alternate minimums, in order to list it as an alternate for the IFR flight?
A) 600 foot ceiling and 2 SM visibility at your ETA.
B) 200 foot ceiling above the airport elevation and 1 SM visibility from 1 hour before to 1 hour after your ETA.
*C) 200 foot ceiling above the approach minimums and 1 SM visibility, but not less than the visibility minimums for the approach, at your ETA.
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Modified: 7/29/2004 kip
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1.4.0.0.6.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
Except when necessary for takeoff or landing or unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator, the minimum altitude for IFR flight is
A) 3,000 feet over all terrain.
*B) 2,000 feet above the highest obstacle over designated mountainous terrain; 1,000 feet above the highest obstacle over terrain elsewhere.
C) 3,000 feet over designated mountainous terrain; 2,000 feet over terrain elsewhere.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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1.4.0.0.7.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B11
If the aircraft's transponder fails during flight within Class B airspace,
A) the pilot should immediately request clearance to depart the Class B airspace.
*B) ATC may authorize deviation from the transponder requirement to allow aircraft to continue to the airport of ultimate destination.
C) aircraft must immediately descend below 1,200 feet AGL and proceed to destination.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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1.4.0.0.8.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: A20
To meet instrument experience requirements of 14 CFR part 61, section 61.57(c), a pilot enters the condition of flight in the pilot logbook as simulated instrument conditions. What other qualifying information must be entered?
*A) Location and type of each instrument approach completed and name of safety pilot.
B) Number and type of instrument approaches completed and route of flight.
C) Name and pilot certificate number of safety pilot and type of approaches completed.
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Modified: 7/18/2004 kapatten
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1.4.0.0.9.A.1
FII FIH AIF HIF IGI
Knowledge Code: A20
What portion of dual instruction time may a certificated instrument flight instructor log as instrument flight time?
A) Only the time during which the instructor flies the aircraft by reference to instruments.
B) All time during which the instructor acts as instrument instructor, regardless of weather conditions.
*C) All time during which the instructor acts as instrument instructor in actual instrument weather conditions.
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Modified: 8/4/2004 kip
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1.4.0.1.0.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: A20
Which flight time may be logged as instrument time when on an instrument flight plan?
A) All of the time the aircraft was not controlled by ground references.
B) Only the time you were flying in IFR weather conditions.
*C) Only the time you controlled the aircraft solely by reference to flight instruments.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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