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1.4.0.6.1.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: J15
What is the recommended procedure for transitioning from VFR to IFR on a composite flight plan?
A) Prior to reaching the proposed point for change to IFR, contact ARTCC, request your IFR clearance, and instruct them to cancel the VFR flight plan.
*B) Prior to transitioning to IFR, contact the nearest FSS, close the VFR portion, and request ATC clearance.
C) Upon reaching the proposed point for change to IFR, contact the nearest FSS and cancel your VFR flight plan, then contact ARTCC and request an IFR clearance.
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Modified: 7/16/2004 Original Version
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1.4.0.6.2.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
When is an IFR flight plan required?
A) In all Class E airspace when conditions are below VFR, in Class A airspace, and in defense zone airspace.
B) When less than VFR conditions exist in either Class E or Class G airspace and in Class A airspace.
*C) In Class E airspace when IMC exists or in Class A airspace.
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1.4.0.6.3.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
Prior to which operation must an IFR flight plan be filed and an appropriate ATC clearance received?
A) Flying by reference to instruments in controlled airspace.
*B) Entering controlled airspace when IMC exists.
C) Takeoff when IFR weather conditions exist.
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1.4.0.6.4.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
To operate under IFR below 18,000 feet, a pilot must file an IFR flight plan and receive an appropriate ATC clearance prior to
*A) entering controlled airspace.
B) takeoff.
C) entering weather conditions below VFR minimums.
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1.4.0.6.5.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
To operate an aircraft under IFR, a flight plan must have been filed and an ATC clearance received prior to
A) entering weather conditions in any airspace.
*B) entering controlled airspace.
C) controlling the aircraft solely by use of instruments.
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1.4.0.6.6.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
When is an IFR clearance required during VFR weather conditions?
A) When operating in airspace above 14,500 feet.
*B) When operating in a Class A airspace.
C) When operating in the Class E airspace.
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1.4.0.6.7.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
Operation in which airspace requires filing an IFR flight plan?
A) Positive control area, Continental Control Area, and all other airspace, if the visibility is less than 1 mile.
B) Any airspace when the visibility is less than 1 mile.
*C) Class E airspace with IMC and class A airspace.
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1.4.0.6.8.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: B10
When departing from an airport located outside controlled airspace during IMC, you must file an IFR flight plan and receive a clearance before
A) entering IFR conditions.
B) takeoff.
*C) entering Class E airspace.
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1.4.0.6.9.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I07
What is a waypoint when used for an IFR flight?
*A) A predetermined geographical position used for an RNAV route or an RNAV instrument approach.
B) A location on a victor airway which can only be identified by VOR and DME signals.
C) A reporting point defined by the intersection of two VOR radials.
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1.4.0.7.0.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: J34
Preferred IFR routes beginning with a fix, indicate that departing aircraft will normally be routed to the fix by
A) the established airway(s) between the departure airport and the fix.
*B) an instrument departure procedure (DP), or radar vectors.
C) direct route only.
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Modified: 7/22/2004 kapatten
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