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  Aviation related MCQs for AD ATC of CAA  1) Which of the following represent the four forces of flight? a - Lift, Drag, Turbulence, QNH  b - Drag, Force, Thrust, Weight c - Lift, Drag, Thrust, Weight d - Thrust, Weight, Drag, Pull 2) The main purpose of Ailerons is to a - Roll the plane  b - Pitch the plane c - Yaw the plane d - Reduce drag 3) The Empennage is the a - Front of a plane  b - Another name for the engine c - Tail of plane d - Cockpit 4) To make the nose of the aircraft move up, you would a - Push the control column in  b - Turn the control column to the left or the right c - Pull the control column towards you d - Jump in the back of the plane 5) Having a Cambered wing allows a - A low air pressure to be produced underneath the wing  b - A slower movement of air over the top of the wing c - A wing to be weaker d - A low pressure to be produced on top of the wing 6) Flaps extended on an aircraft a - Allows the plane to increase speed  b - Allows the plane to decrease speed c - Creates less lift d - Has no effect on the speed or lift of an aircraft 7) Which of the following would best assist you in cooling an aircraft engine? a - Full power, lean mixture and decreased airspeed  b - Reduced power, lean mixture and decreased airspeed c - Reduced power, rich mixture and increased airspeed d - Full power, rich mixture and reduced oil flow 8) In the Phonetic Alphabet, CFR would represent a - Charles, Foxy, Red  b - Charlie, Foxtrot, Romeo c - Chaplin, Fox, Roment d - Clear, Fuel, Responsibly  9) If you stall an Aircraft a - Air stops flowing over the wing and lift is lost  b - Air stops flowing over the wing and life is increased c - Air increases over the wing and lift is reduced slightly d - Air increases over the wing and lift is increased slightly 10) To recover from a stall a - The nose of the Aircraft should be pitched up  b - The nose of the Aircraft should be yawed c - The nose of the Aircraft should be pitched down d - There is no need to react at all as the plane will continue to fly 11) Reducing Drag on an Aircraft allows a - The Aircraft to increase fuel consumption  b - The Aircraft to go slower through the air c - The Aircraft to increase speed through the air d - The Aircraft to stall before reaching 16 degrees Angle of Attack 12) Longitudinal Stability is controlled by the a - Horizontal Stabilizer  b - Vertical Stabilizer c - Ailerons d - Outer Wings 13) The Lateral Axis allows the plane to a - Pitch  b - Roll c - Yaw d - Split in half on impact to the ground thus saving lives 14) The Longitudinal Axis allows the plane to a - Pitch  b - Roll c - Yaw d - Pitch and Yaw 15) The Normal Axis allows the plane to a - Pitch  b - Roll c - Yaw d - Roll, Pitch and Yaw 16) The 5 standard legs of a circuit in order of takeoff are a - Upwind, Horizontal Wind, Base, Final, Approach  b - Cross Wind, Vertical Wind, Up Wind, Base, Go Round c - Upwind, Crosswind, Downwind, Base, Final d - Crosswind, Base, Short Base, Upwind, Final 17) After takeoff, at what height must you reach before making a turn in a circuit? a - 1000 ft  b - 500 ft  c - 100 ft d - 1500 ft 18) Pre Landing Checks occur on the a - Downwind Leg  b - Vertical Leg c - Base Leg d - Extended Leg 19) What is the advantage of a thick cambered wing? a - Can be built to make the wing a lot stronger  b - Allows the fuselage to move quicker c - Provides little lift d - There are no advantages 20) If the left Aileron was facing up, the aircraft would a - Pitch down  b - Pitch up c - Roll left d - Roll right 21) If the Rudder was facing towards your left (viewed from front end of plane) the aircraft would a - Yaw left  b - Yaw right c - Yaw up d - Yaw down 22) The Rudder allows the plane to a - Pitch up  b - Pitch down c - Yaw to the left only d - Yaw left or right 23) Where are the Ailerons best positioned on an aircraft? a - As close as possible to the Fuselage on the Trailing Edge of the wing  b - As close as possible to the Fuselage on the Leading Edge of the wing. c - On the outer wing on the Trailing Edge of the wing d - On the outer wing on the Leading Edge of the wing. 28) 1 Knot equals how many kilometres a - 8.1km  b - 2km c - 1km d - 1.8km 29) It is only safe to use flaps when the airspeed is in what coloured band? a - White  b - Red c - Black d - Orange  30) Unless otherwise stated, a circuit height is normally a - 500 ft  b - 1000 ft c - 5000 ft d - 10,000 ft 31) In Aviation, height is expressed in a - Feet  b - Centimetres c - Metres d - Hand spans 32) A Runway Heading indicates '18'. What does this mean? a - The Runway is 18 years old  b - You must be over 18 years old to use the Runway c - The direction is facing 018 degrees d - The direction is facing due south 33) When you enter the Base leg, what must you immediately do? a - Contact Control Tower Operator and ask for directions  b - Raise the flaps c - Extend flaps d - Apply full power 34) How many degrees do you turn for each Leg in a circuit? a - 45  b - 180 c - 10 d - 90 35) On a Final in a circuit, as a plane is low over the runway, the pilot a - Lowers the nose  b - Raises the nose c - Prays d - Applies full power
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