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ue_1 YOU ARE PLANNING A CROSS COUNTRY FLIGHT FROM DELHI TO HYDERABAD. TRACK 180. YOUR HEIGHT TO FLY WILL BE EVEN EVEN ODD ODD THOUSAND OF FEET A
2 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FLYING TESTS, FLIGHT BY NIGHT MEANS THOUSAND
A FLIGHT THOUSAND
A FLIGHT THOUSAND
A FLIGHT PLUS
A 500 PERFORMED
FLIGHT FEET AT C
3 FLIGHT CREW LICENCE LAPSED FOR A PERIOD EXCEEDING TWO YEARS BUT NOT EXCEEDING THREE YEARS MAY BE PERFORMED
PASSING AIR PERFORMED
PASSING PERFORMED
PASSING THE SOUTH
PASSING ALL POLE IN THE A
4 RENEWED
MINIMUM FUELBY AND OIL TO BE CARRIED IN THE CASE OF PROPELLER DRIVEN AEROPLANES WHEN NO SUITABLE REGULATION
TO FLY TO TEST
TO FLYOF
TO ONLY
TO FLYAIR
TO EXAMINATIONS
TO FLY TO DESTINATION A
5 ALTERNATE ISSHALL
REFUELLING AVAILABLE
BE DONE OUTDOORS AND AWAY FROM ALL BUILDINGS AT A DISTANCE OF DESTINATION
NOT LESS DESTINATION
NOT LESS DESTINATION
NOT LESS PLUSLESS
NOT 15% THAN
OF FLIGHT
50 TIME B
6 EXCEPT WHEN A CLEARANCE IS OBTAINED FROM AN ATC UNIT, VFR FLIGHTS SHALL NOT TAKE OFF OR LAND AT AN THAN
WHEN10 THE THAN 15
WHEN THE THAN 30
WHEN THE METRES
WHEN THE CEILING IS LESS B
7 AERODROME
AN AIRCRAFT IS OBSERVED TO REPEATEDLY BE SWITCHING ON AND OFF ITS LANDING LIGHTS. THIS INDICATES THAT CEILING IS
THE CEILING IS
THE CEILING IS
THE THANAIRCRAFT
THE 1500 FT OR WHEN
IS HAVING D
8 AFTER SUBMISSION OF A FLIGHT PLAN IF AN AIRCRAFT GETS DELAYED, A FRESH FLIGHT PLAN MUST BE SUBMITTED IF THE AIRCRAFT
30 MINUTES IS AIRCRAFT
1 HOUR IS AIRCRAFT
2 HOURS IS 3 DIFFICULTIES
HOURS WHICH A
9 DELAY IS IN EXCESS
IF NAV LIGHTS OF ANOFAIRCRAFT FAIL DURING FLIGHT AT NIGHT IT MAY FLY TO IT MAY IT MAY IT MUST LAND AS SOON AS D
10 A PILOT MUST UNDERGO A FRESH MEDICAL EXAMINATION IN THE EVENT OF HIS HAVING A SICKNESS INVOLVING ITS
7 DAYS OR DESCEND
10 DAYS OR 15 CONTINUE
DAYS OR 3 POSSIBLE
DAYS OR MORE C
11 *INCAPACITATION FOR A PERIOD
IN THE EVENT OF CHANGE OF
OF OWNERSHIP OF A REGISTERED AIRCRAFT, THE AIRCRAFT CAN BE FLOWN MORE
AS SOON AS MORE MORE
AS SOON AS AS SOON AS ONLY WHEN THE AIRCRAFT D
12 MINIMUM HEIGHT AT WHICH AEROBATICS CAN BE PERFORMED OVER AN AERODROME IS THE
2000 SALE
FEET THE
3000 FEET DGCA HAS
5000 FEET IS REGISTERED
6000 FEET ABOVE INGROUND
THE D
13 TWO DOUBLE WHITE CROSS DISPLAY HORIZONTALLY IN SIGNAL AREA INDICATES ABOVE
DIRECTION ABOVE
FLYING ABOVE
AERODROME LEVEL FLYING IN
GLIDER D
14 TWO BLACK BALLS HOISTED ON A MAST NEAR SIGNAL AREA INDICATES OF TAKE OFF
DIRECTION DISPLAY
FLYING IS CLOSED
AERODROME PROGRESS
GLIDER FLYING IN D
15 A STEADY WHITE LIGHT DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT ON THE GROUND MEANS OF TAKE
HAS NO OFF DISPLAY IS
HOLD CLOSED TO
RETURN PROGRESS
HOLD CLEAR OF THE A
16 A SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT FROM AERODROME CONTROL MEANS MEANING
RETURN TO POSITION
GIVE WAY AT BASE AT THIS NO
TO LAND LANDING AIRCRAFT
MEANING D
17 A PILOT MAY FLY IN ANLANDS
AN AIRCRAFT FOR THE PURPOSES OF QUALIFYING OR INCLUSION OF SUCH AIRCRAFT RATING ON STARTING
SUCH FLIGHT OTHER
SUCH FLIGHT AERODROME
18 AN AIRCRAFT FORCE AT AN UNCONTROLLED AERODROME IT MUST NOT IT MUST NOT SUCH
IT MAYFLIGHT
TAKE SUCH
IT MAYFLIGHT
TAKE OFFIS CARRIED
IF THE C
D
19 IN CASE OF RADIO FAILURE UNDER I.F.R. YOU WILL TAKE OFF
TURN BACK TAKE OFF
START OFF IFYOUR
TURN NO FORCE LANDING
PROCEED FURTHER WAS NOT
D
20 FLIGHT CREW PERSONNEL ARE REQUIRED TO KEEP THEIR LOG BOOKS AFTER THE LAST ENTRY THERE IN FOR FROM THE
TWO YEARS LOSING
THREE AIRCRAFT
FIVE YEARS ACCORDING
TEN YEARS TO CURRENT C
21 WHILST FLYING AT NIGHT YOU OBSERVE A FLASHING LIGHT ALTERNATELY SHOWING RED AND WHITE MEANS PORT LIGHT YEARS
THE REAR LIGHT TWO AIRCRAFT HEAD OF C
22 ICAO ANNEX I DEALS WITH OF ANOTHER
AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFT
AIRWORTHIN OF ANOTHER YOU
AERONAUTIC PERSONNEL LICENSING D
23 URGENCY SIGNAL ON R/T IS ACCIDENT
MAY DAY ESS OF
PAN PAN AL CHARTS
DISTRESS THERE IS NO SPECIFIC B
24 WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM PERMISSIBLE WEIGHT FOR AIRCRAFT REGISTERED IN INDIA TO BE PROVIDED WITH RADIO 1500 KG 5700 KGS 6000 KGS SIGNAL
10000 OR R/T
KGS B
25 EQUIPMENT
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RENEWAL OF A COMMERCIAL PILOT'S LICENCE THE TIME SPENT AS CO--PILOT MAY BE COUNTED 80% OF 70% OF 50% OF THE TIME AS CO--PILOT IS C
26 TOWARDS
FOR REQUIREMENTS
THE PURPOSE OFOF
OF ISSUE FLIGHT TIME AS RATING
INSTRUMENT PILOT INAN
COMMAND UPMUST
APPLICANT TO HAVE FLIGHT
NOT TIME NOT
LESS FLIGHT TIME
LESS FLIGHT
NOT TIME NOT
LESS NOT LESS
COUNTED
THAN 10 HRS OF B
27 WHILST FOLLOWING THE SEMICIRCULAR SYSTEM OF CRUISING LEVELS AN IFR FLIGHT MAINTAINING MAGNETIC TRACK OF THAN
FL 3005 HRS THAN
FL 3105 HRS THAN
FL 29010 HRS FL
INSTRUMENT
315 TIME AS A C
29 140
ALL DEGREES SHOULD
FLIGHTS MUST MAINTAIN
OBSERVE INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES IRRESPECTIVE OF THE MET CONDITIONS PREVAILING WHEN ABOVE FL 100 ABOVE FL 150 ABOVE FL 200 ABOVE 3000 FT WHEN D
30 OPERATING
AN IFR FLIGHT WHEN FLYING OVER HIGH TERRIAN OR IN MOUNTAINOUS AREA SHALL MAINTAIN AT LEAST 2000 FEET 1000 FEET 2000 FEET OPERATING
1000 ON AIRWAYS
FEET ABOVE THE A
31 A HELICOPTER AND PUSHPAK AIRCRAFT ARE CONVERGING AT APPX. THE SAME LEVEL ABOVE
THE THE ABOVE
THE THE ABOVE
THE ONETHE HIGHEST OBSTACLE
THE ONE WHICH HASTHE C
32 THE RIGHT SIDE NAVIGATION LIGHT OF AN AIRCRAFT IS VISIBLE OVER AN AREA OF HELICOPTER PUSHPAK
360 DEGREES 140 DEGREES WHICH HAS
120 DEGREES OTHER ON ITS LEFT SHALL D
110 DEGREES
33 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPUTATION OF THE QUANTITIES OF FUEL AND OIL TO BE CARRIED BOARD IS GIVEN IN OPERATIONS ROUTE NOTICES TO QUALITY ASSURANCE A
34 FROM RENEWAL OF AN AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT'S LICENCE A PILOT MUST HAVE SATISFACTORILY COMPLETED NOT LESS MANUAL
5 HRS OF GUIDES
5 HRS OF AIRMEN
10 HRS OF MANUAL
10 HRS OF FLIGHT TIME C
35 THANCOMMANDER OF AN AIFCRAFT WILL SEND A HEALTH REPORT TOTHE OFFICER IN CHARGE OF AN AIRPORT WHERE HE
THE FLIGHT
ONE TIME
HOUR FLIGHT
TWO TIME
HOURS FLIGHT
HALF ANTIME WITHIN PRECEDING12
QUARTER OF AN HOUR B
36 PROPOSES TO LAND
THE COMMANDER OFIN ANINDIA IN CASE
AIFCRAFT ANY
WILL PERSON
SEND ON BOARD
A HEALTH THE
REPORT TOAIRCRAFT IS SUFFERING
THE OFFICER FROM
IN CHARGE ANY
OF AN ILLNESS,
AIRPORT IF THEHE
WHERE ONE HOUR TWO HOURS HALF AN HOUR BEFORE ESTIMATED
QUARTER OF AN HOUR TIME
B
37 PROPOSES TO LAND IN INDIA IN CASE ANY PERSON ON BOARD THE
SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES TO A/C IN CIRCUIT FROM CONTROL TOWER MEANSAIRCRAFT IS SUFFERING FROM ANY ILLNESS, IF THE CONTINUE RETURN FOR HOUR EXERCISE BEFORE ESTIMATED
HAS NO MEANING TIME
B
38 SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES TO A/C ON CIRCUIT, FROM CONTROL MEANS CIRCLING
CONTINUE LANDING
DO NOT LAND CAUTION
LAND AT THIS NONE OF THE ABOVE D
39 A LETTER 'C' DISPLAYED IN BLACK AGAINST YELLOW BACK GROUND INDICATES CIRCLING
PLACE TO AT THIS
PLACE TO AERODROME
PLACE TO COFFEE SHOP C
40 R/WS AT AN AERODROME AREA : 08/26 &13/31 SURFACE WIND IS 270/10 K. YOU WILL USE RUNWAY REPORT IN
08 REPORT
13 IN REPORT IN
31 26 D
41 R/WS AT AN AERODROME AREA : 08/26 &13/31 SURFACE WIND IS 270/10 K. ON FINAL APPROACH WHILE LANDING THE 080 260 130 310 B
42 COMPASS WILL
THE AGE FOR READOF PPL IS
ISSUE 17 YEARS 18 YEARS 19 YEARS 20 YEARS A
43 THE AGE FOR ISSUE OF CPL IS 17 YEARS 18 YEARS 19 YEARS 20 YEARS B
44 THE AGE FOR ISSUE OF SCPL IS 18 YEARS 19 YEARS 20 YEARS 21 YEARS D
45 THE AGE FOR ISSUE OF ATPL IS 19 YEARS 20 YEARS 21 YEARS 22 YEARS C
46 FOR PPL RENEWAL MINIMUM FLYING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED IS 5 HOURS AS 5 HOURS AS 10 HOURS AS 10 HOURS AS P IN C B
47 FOR RENEWAL OF CPL, MIN OF FLYING EXPERIENCE P IN C
5 HOURS P P IN C
5 HOURS P IN P
10IN C
HOURS P DURING
10 HOURS PRECEDING 6
AS P IN C WITHIN
D
48 FOR RENEWAL OF SCPL INHOURS
5 C IN LAST
OF 6 5
C HOURS
IN LASTOF 12 10IN C IN LAST
HOURS PRECEDING
10 HOURS ASSIX MONTHS
P IN C WITHIN
D
49 A JOURNEY LOG BOOK IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON BOARD PIC IN A/C PUBLIC
PRIVATE PIC IN PIC IN
ALL PRECEDING
NOT REQUIREDSIX TO
MONTHS
BE
C
50 THE MEMBER OF OPERATING CREW SHALL NOT HAVE TAKEN ALCOHOLIC DRINKS ONLY
6 HOURS TRANSPORT
12 HOURS AIRCRAFT
24 HOURS CARRIED
36 HOURS BEFORE AN
ON BOARD B
51 SMOKING IS PERMITTED IN A/C BEFORE
IF IT IS BEFORE
IF IT IS JET BEFORE
IF IT IS COMMENCEMENT
IF IT IS PERMITTEDOF BY THE
C
52 COCKPIT CHECK LIST IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON BOARD PRIVATE
IF IT IS A/C A/C
IF IT IS PERMITTED
IF IT IS MANUFACTURER
ON ALL A/C OF THE
D
53 THE PASSENGER ON BOARD OF A/C MAY TAKE ALCOHOLIC DRINKS PRIVATE
TO A/C PUBLIC
SHOULD NOT AERIAL ONLY AT ONLY BEFORE A MEAL IS B
54 A FLIGHT PLAN IS SUBMITTED IN RESPECT OF WHATEVER
PRIVATE BE IN AN
PUBLIC 35000
ALL FT
FLIGHTS SERVED FLIGHTS
TRAINING C
55 IN ACCORDANCE WITH GENERAL RULES OF AIR, AN AIRCRAFT FLYING OVER TOWERS OR POPULATED AREA---SHALL FLIGHTS
2000 FT TRANSPORT
1000 FT 1000 FT 1000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST A
56 MAINTAIN
IN AT LEAST........
ACCORDANCE WITH GENERAL RULES OF AIR, AN AIRCRAFT FLYING OVER TOWERS OR POPULATED AREA---SHALL ABOVE
2000 FT ABOVE
1000 FT CLEARANCE
1000 FT OBSTACLE
1000 OR 2000
FT ABOVE FT
HIGHEST
B
57 MAINTAIN
THE MAILSAT LEAST........
CAN BE CARRIED BY AIR WITH PRIOR PERMISSION FROM ABOVE
DGCA ABOVE
DGP &T CLEARANCE
AERODROME OBSTACLE
LOCAL POSTOR 2000 FT
OFFICE B
58 AN OPERATING MEMBER OF CREW CAN OPERATE R/T, IF IT IS A IT IS A FLYING OFFICER
IT HE IS IF HE IS THE HOLDER OF C
59 A PPL HOLDER CAN OPERATE RT IF PRIVATE
HE IS THEA/C CLUB
IT IS AA/C HOLDER
IT OF
IS A FLYING AN SPLOF THE ABOVE
NONE A
60 THE MINIMUM MET CONDITIONSFOR VFR FLIGHT AT A LEVEL, ABOVE3000 FEET AMSL ARE HOLDER OF PRIVATE CLUB
VIS 8 KM. AND VIS 5 KM. AND VIS 5 KM. AND VIS 8 KM. AND DISTANCE A
61 ON A FLIGHT FROM DELHI TO CALCUTTA TRACK (M) 120 M, YOU WILL SELECT TO FLY AT FLIGHT LEVEL DISTANCE
70 DISTANCE
75 DISTANCE
80 FROM
85 CLOUD B
62 A PPL HOLDER CAN FLY SINGLE A/C WHOSE ANY A/C A/C WHOSE AUW EXCEEDS C
63 A PPL HOLDER CAN FLY AN A/C AT NIGHT PROVIDED HE HAS COMPLETED ENGINED
10 LANDINGS 5 LANDINGS ENDORSED
A/C AUW DOES 5 LANDINGS 1500 KGS
10 LANDINGS AND 10 B
AND 10 AND 5 TAKE AND 5 T/OFFS T/OFFS AT NIGHT WITHIN
64 PPL HOLDER IS DEEMED TO HAVE NIGHT RATING IF HE HAS COMPLETED 10 LANDINGS 5 LANDINGS & 5 LANDINGS &10 LANDINGS & 10 T/O BY B
65 FROM FLYING FROM HIGH TO LOW, ALTIMETER READS & 10 T/O
TOO HIGH BY 5 T/OLOW
TOO BY 5
NOT/O BY
CHANGE NIGHT
UNDERWITHIN
READSPRECEDING A
66 FLIGHT BY NIGHT WILL COMPLY WITH IFR IF VIS IS LESS VIS IS LESS WEATHER IS IRRESPECTIVE OF D
67 WHEN TWO POWER DRIVEN A/C ON CROSSING COURES, THE RESPONSIBILITY OF AVOIDING COLLISIONS RESTS WITH THAN
HEAVIER8 KMS
A/C THAN5
LIGHTER KMS
A/C CLOUDY
THE A/C WHO WEATHER
THE A/C WHO CONDITIONS
HAS THE C
68 TWO RED BALLS SUSPENDED ITS FROM A MAST, ONE ABOVE THE OTHER MEANS ........ GLIDER RUNWAY HAS
NIGHTTHE OTHER A ON
SEEK PERMISSION ITS LEFT
FROM A
69 WHEN A/C SWITCHES ITS NAVIGATION LIGHTS ON & OFF, IT INDICATES FLYING
A/C HASIN CLOSED
ITS ONE FLYING IN
WISHES TO ATC
IT IS BEFORE
TESTINGLANDING
ITS C
70 AN A/C IS SAID TO BE IN DISTRESS IF SOME
ITS ONESICK ENGINE
WHEN HAS GIVE
WHEN NOTICEELECTRICAL
NONE OF THESYSTEM ABOVE B
71 AN A/C WITHOUT NAVIGATION LIGHTS ENGINE
CAN FLYHAS
AT THREATENED
CAN NOT FLY THREATENED
CAN FLY AT NONE OF THE ABOVE B
72 TOTAL FLIGHT TIME OF AN A/C MEANS NIGHT
TOTAL AT NIGHT
TOTAL NIGHT
THE BUT
FLIGHT NONE OF THE ABOVE A
73 TOTAL FUEL CARRIED BY THE PUSHPAK A/C ON A FLIGHT WHEN ALTERNATE IS NOT REQUIRED IS FLIGHT
SUFFICENTTIME FLIGHT TIME,
SUFFICENT TIME AS LAID
SUFFICIENT NONE OF THE ABOVE B
74 TOTAL FUEL CARRIED BY THE CHIPMUNK A/C, ON A FLIGHT WHEN ALTERNATE IS REQUIRED DUT NOT AVAILABLE TO FLY TO
SUFFICIENT FLY TO
SUFFICIENT TO FLY TO
SUFFICIENT NONE OF THE ABOVE A
75 IF PPL HOLDER IS 30 YEARS OLD, HIS LICENCE CAN RENEWED FOR A PERIOD OF TO
TENFLY TO
YEARS TO
SIX FLY TO
MONTH TO
TWO FLY TO
YEARS FOUR YEARS (WITH A
76 IF CPL HOLDER IS 30 YEARS OLD, HIS LICENCE CAN RENEWED FOR A PERIOD OF ONE YEAR SIX MONTH TWO YEARS MEDICAL
FIVE YEARS EVERY YEAR) D
77 A PROHIBITED AREA MEANS LOW FLYING TOTAL (WITH IS
FLYING FLYING IS PERMITTED B
78 WHILE REFUELING IS IN PROGRESS, NO NAKED LIGHT BE BROUGHT WITHIN IS
35 METERS FLYING IS
30 METERS PERMITTED
100 METERS WITHIN
43 METERS 5 NAUTICAL MILES B
79 LANDING AND HOUSING CHARGES ARE PAYABLE BY AN A/C ON BASIS OF SEATING TARE WT OF MAX A.U.W. RUNWAY LENGTH AT C
80 A VFR FLIGHT SHALL NOT TAKE OFF OR LAND AT AERODROME CAPACITY
IF GROUNDOF A/C
IF GROUND OFGROUND
IF A/C AIRPORT
NONE OF THE ABOVE A
81 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FLYING TESTS OR FOR THE PURPOSE OF ISSUE OR RENEWAL OF A LICENCE, FLIGHT BY NIGHT VISIBILITY
BETWEEN IS 1/2 VISIBILITY
FLIGHT IS VISIBILITY IS
BOTH OF THE NONE OF THE ABOVE A
82 MEANS
A PRIVATE A/C CAN LAND ON A PRIVATE AERODROME FOR THE PURPOSE OF JOY RIDE AFTER HR AFTER
PERMISSION AFTER
PERMISSION ABOVE
NO PERMISSION FROM THE C
83 THE A/C APPROACHING TO LAND AT AN AERODROME CHANGES ITS ALTIMETER SUB SCALE SETTING TO QNH SETTING FROM
TRANSITION FROM
TRANSITION TRANSITION OWNER
DGCA RESTRICTION OF THE
FLIGHT LEVEL B
84 WHILE CROSSING
THE WIDTH OF TRANSITION LAYER IS ALTITUDE
500 FEET LEVEL
1500 FEET HEIGHT
1000-1499 1499-2000 FEET C
85 AN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT SHOULD BE NOTIFIED TO DGCA ONLY IF THE FEET IF THE ALL ACCIDENTS MUST BE
ONLY IF THE ONLY D
86 IN THE EVENT OF FORCED LANDING AT AN UNCONTROLLED AERODROME THE AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFT
MAY TAKE IS AIRCRAFT
MAY TAKE IS ACCIDENT
MUST NOT REPORTED
MUST NOT TAKE TO DGCAOFF TILL D
87 AEROBATICS OVER AN AERODROME MUST BE PERFORMED AT HEIGHT GREATER THAN OFF AFTER
6000 FT OFF IF
5000 FTTHE TAKEFT
2000 OFF PERMISSION
1500 FT ABOVE IS THE
OBTAINED A
88 FLIGHT PLAN SHALL BE FILED FOR ALL FOR FOR HIGHEST
FOR OBSTACLE
IFR FLIGHTS A
89 THE HOLDER OF SPL CAN NOT FLY IFR UNLESS FLIGHTS
SPECIFICALL SCHEDULED TRAINING
SPECIFICALL HE HAS PROPOSED
HE HAS R/T ON TO BEBOARD B
90 VFR FLYING OUTSIDE CONTROLLED AIR SPACE ABOVE 3000 MSL CAN BE CONDUCTED PROVIDED Y PERMITTED
PROVIDED Y PERMITTED PROVIDED
PROVIDED INSTRUMENT PROVIDED FLIGHT A
91 THE PILOT OF A CHIPMUNK AIRCRAFT SHALL FLIGHT
GIVE WAY TO FLIGHT
GIVE WAY TO FLIGHT
NOT GIVE VISIBILITY
GIVE WAY TO IS 5HELICOPTER
MILE (6 KMS) D
93 THE STARBOARD NAVIGATION LIGHT OF AN AIRCRAFT IS VISIBLE OVER AN AREA OF HELICOPTER
70 DEGREES HELICOPTER WAY TO IF IT IS
140 DEGREES 110 DEGREES 220 DEGREES TO HIS RIGHT C
94 A PROHIBITED AREA MEANT AREA OVER WHICH FLIGHT FLIGHT OF LOW FLYING ONLY INSTRUMENT FLYING B
95 THE RED BALLS HOSTED IN A MOST NEAR THE SIGNAL AREA MEANS WITHIN
CROSS 2 AIRCRAFT
EXTREME IS IS
ALL LOCAL PRACTICE
GLIDER FLYINGCAN BE IN DONE D
WINDS DANGER FLYING PROGRESS
96 AN AIRCRAFT NOT FITTED WITH NAVIGATION ---- LIGHTS CAN NOT BE FLOWN AT ANY TIME DURING WITHOUT WITHOUT PERMISSION B
97 WHEN TWO AIRCRAFT ARE ON CROSSING TRACK SO AS TO INVOLVE RISK OF COLLISION THE FOLLOWING WILL GIVE WAY THE ONE HOURS
THE ONEOF PERMISSION
THE BIGGER FROM THE DGCA
THE FASTER AIRCRAFT A
98 A HORIZONTAL WHITE DUMBBELL DISPLAYED IN SIGNAL AREA MEANS WHICHTO
PILOT HAS WHICH HAS
AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFT
AIRCRAFT AERODROME CLOSED B
99 RED PYROTECHNICAL LIGHTS FIRED FROM CONTROL TOWER WHEN AIRCRAFT IS ON FINAL APPROACH MEANS EXERCISE
AERODROME ARE
GIVE WAY TO ARE
AERODROME DISREGARD PREVIOUS D
100 SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT THE GROUND BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS IS CLOSED
TAXI CLEAR ANOTHER
RETURN TO IS UNSAFE
EXERCISE INSTRUCTION,
HAS NO MEANINGDO NOT B
101 SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT IN CIRCUIT FROM FLYING CONTROL MEANS OF LANDING
RUNWAY IS STARTING
CONTINUE CAUTION
CLEAR TO RETURN FOR LANDING C
102 THE FOLDER OF A PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE CAN FLY ANY AIRCRAFT CLEAR
PROVIDED CIRCLING
PROVIDED LAND
PROVIDED WHICH IS ENDORSED ON A
103 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF A PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE IS ITSMONTHS
36 ALL UP ITSMONTHS
24 ALL UP THE
12 OWNER
MONTHS HIS
4 LICENCE
MONTHS A
104 AN OPEN RATING FOR ALL CONVENTIONAL TYPES OF AEROPLANES HAVING AN ALL UP WEIGHT NOT EXCEEDING 1500 KGS 500 HRS OF 500 HOURS 250 HRS OF 250 HRS OF FLIGHTTIME AS C
105 MAY BE GRANTED
A PILOT MAY FLY INTO
ANAAIRCRAFT
P.P.L HOLDER
FOR IF HEPURPOSE
THE HAS COMPLETED NOT LESS
OF QUALIFYING THAN
FOR INCLUSION OF SUCH AIRCRAFT RATING ON THIS FLIGHT AS
SUCH FLIGHT OF
SUCHFLIGHT
FLIGHT FLIGHT
SUCH FLIGHT PILOT--IN--COMMAND AND
SUCH FLIGHT IS CARRIED B
106 LICENSE
TO OBTAIN A NIGHT RATING ON A PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE, THE PILOT MUST HAVE DONE AT LEAST ISLANDINGS
5 CARRIED ISLANDINGS
5 CARRIED ISLANDINGS
3 CARRIED OUT
3 ONLY DURING
LANDINGS DAY
AND 3 TAKE B
107 FOR PURPOSE OISSUE OF PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCESOLO GLIDING EXPERIENCE SHALL COUNT TOWARDS SOLO FLYING AND
100%5OF
TAKE AND
100%5OFTAKE AND 3 TAKE
50% OF SOLO OFFS BY NIGHT IN THE
50% OF SOLO GLIDING A
108 EXPERIENCE
MINIMUM AGEREQUIREMENTS
FOR QUALIFYING ASFOR
FOLLOWS
PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE IS SOLO
20 YEARS SOLO
19 YEARS GLIDING
18 YEARS EXPERIENCE
17 YEARS SUBJECT TO D
109 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE, THE CROSS COUNTRY FLIGHT MEANS , A FLIGHT FROM THE AERODROME 20 NAUTICAL 40 NAUTICAL 50 NAUTICAL 100 NAUTICAL MILES A
110 OF
FORDEPARTURE TO PRIVATE
THE ISSUE OF A POINT BEYOND A RADIUSTHE
PILOT'S LICENCE, OF TOTAL FLIGHT TIME REQUIRED IS MILES
100 HOURS MILES
40 HOURS MILES
20 HOURS 5 HOURS WITHIN B
111 AERIAL WORK AIRCRAFT MEANS OUT OF
AIRCRAFT OUT OF
AIRCRAFT OUT OF
AIRCRAFT PRECEDING
ALL AIRCRAFT12USED
MONTHS
FOR A
112 A PILOT WHO IS FORCED BY WEATHER TO FLY LOW CAN BE SUED FOR TRESPASSING USED FOR
CANNOT BE USED
BY FOR
PERSONS USED
BY FOR
THE HIRE
BY AND
THE REWARD
STATE A
113 AIRCRAFT SHOULD BE REFUELED SUED
INSIDE A OVER
INSIDEWHOSE
A MUNICIPAL
IN THE OPEN GOVERNMENT
WHEREVER ADEQUATE C
114 LANDING AND HOUSING CHARGES ARE PAYABLE BY PRIVATE AIRCRAFT ACCORDING TO HANGER
SEATING HANGER OR
NUMBER OF ALL UP FACILITY
NO EXISTS
CHANGES ARE LEVIED C
115 SMOKING ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT IS PERMITTED CAPACITY
PROVIDEDOF PASSENGERS
PROVIDED WEIGHT
WITHOUT OF IF FREE PASSENGERS ARE
ONLY IF THE CERTIFICATE D
116 A PASSENGER ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT THE
SHOULDOWNER
NOT PERMITTED
SHOULD NOT RESTRICTION
IS FREE TO OF AIRWORTHINESS
SHOULD NOT BE IN AN OF D
117 THE RESTRICTION REGARDING 125 HOURS OF TOTAL FLYING DURING ANY 30 CONSECUTIVE DAYS AS PILOT IN COMMAND HAVE TAKEN
AIRLINE HAVE TAKEN
COMMERCIAL DRINK
TRAINEE INTOXICATED
ALL PILOTS STATE D
118 APPLIED
COCKPIT TO
CHECK LIST IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED PILOTS
ONLY WHENONLY PILOTS
ONLY ON ONLY PILOTS
ONLY ON ONLY FOR ALL FLIGHTS D
120 A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT MUST POSSESS A CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS THE
IF IT IS SINGLE
IF IT IS MULTI
IT IS AT ALL TIME D
121 A JOURNEY LOG BOOK IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT ENGAGED
ON ALL IN ENGAGED
ONLY WHEN IN REQUIRED
ONLY WHEN ONLY WHEN FLYING IN A
122 AN AIRCRAFT WITHOUT REGISTRATION MARKINGS CAN BE FLOWN ONLY FLIGHT
IF THE SALE CARRYING
FOR PROCEEDING
IF IT IS USED CONTROLLED AIR SPACE
IF SPECIALLY PERMITTED D
123 WHOEVER WILLFULLY FILES ON AIRCRAFT IN SUCH A MANNER ASTO CAUSE DANGER TO ANY PERSON OR ANY PROPERTY DEED IS NOT
IMPRISONME PURPOSE OF
IMPRISONME FOR
IMPRISONME IN WRITING BY THE
IMPRISONMENT UP TO TWO A
124 SHALL
WHILSTBE PUNISHED THE
FOLLOWING WITHQUARDRANTAL RULE, IF THE MAGNETIC TRACK TO BE FLOWN IS 345 DEGREES THE PILOT SHOULD NT
ODD FOR A NT
ODD UP TO NT
EVENUP TO YEARS AND FINE
EVEN THOUSANDS UPOF
TO RS. D
125 FLY
THE LOWEST FLIGHT LEVEL THAT CAN BE FLOWN IN INDIA IS THOUSANDS
30 THOUSANDS
40 THOUSANDS
50 FEET
45 PLUS 500 FEET C
126 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF MEDICAL FOR SPL IS 12 MONTHS 24 MONTHS 36 MONTHS 48 MONTHS A
127 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF MEDICAL FOR PPL IS 12 MONTHS 24 MONTHS 36 MONTHS 48 MONTHS B
128 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF MEDICAL FOR CPL IS 12 MONTHS 24 MONTHS 36 MONTHS 48 MONTHS A
129 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF SPL IS 12 MONTHS 24 MONTHS 36 MONTHS 48 MONTHS A
130 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF CPL IS 12 MONTHS 24 MONTHS 36 MONTHS 60 MONTHS D
131 THE PERIOD OF VALIDITY OF PPL IS 120 MONTHS 24 MONTHS 36 MONTHS 48 MONTHS A
132 A PROHIBITED AREA MEANS AN AREA OVER WHICH FLIGHT OF FLIGHT LOW FLYING ONLY INSTRUMENT FLYING
A
133 THE HOLDER OF A PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENSE CAN FLY AN AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFT IS
PROVIDED WITHIN 2
PROVIDED IS
WHICH IS PRACTICE CAN
PROVIDED BE DONE
ITS ALL-UPC
134 AIRCRAFT SHOULD BE REFUELED ITS ALL-UP
INSIDE A THE OWNER
INSIDE A ENDORSED
IN THE OPEN WEIGHT DOES NOT
WHEREVER ADEQUATE C
135 SMOKING ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT IS PERMITTED HANGER
PROVIDED HANGER OR
PROVIDED WITHOUT FACILITY
ONLY EXISTS
IF THE CERTIFICATE
D
136 A PASSENGER ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT THE OWNER
SHOULD NOT PERMITTED
SHOULD NOT RESTRICTION
IS FREE TO OF AIRWORTHINESS
SHOULD OF
NOT BE IN AN
D
137 A JOURNEY LOGBOOK IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON A PRIVATE AIRCRAFT HAVE
ON ALLTAKEN HAVE TAKEN
ONLY WHEN DRINK
ONLY WHEN INTOXICATED STATE
ONLY WHEN FLYING IN A
138 AN AIRCRAFT WITHOUT REGISTRATION MARKINGS CAN BE FLOWN ONLY FLIGHTS
IF THE SALE CARRYING
FOR PROCEEDING
IF IT IS USED CONTROLLED
IF AIR SPACE
SPECIALLY PERMITTED
D
139 WHOEVER WILLFULLY FLIES AN AIRCRAFT IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO CAUSE DANGER TO ANY PERSON OF ANY PROPERTY DEED IS NOT
IMPRISONME PURPOSE
IMPRISONMEOF FOR
IMPRISONME IN
IMPRISONMENTTHE
WRITING BY UPTO TWO
A
140 SHALL BE PUNISHABLE
THE MINIMUM AGE FOR WITH
THE ISSUE OF A PPL IS NT
18 YR A
FOR NT UPTO
17 YR NT UPTO
19 YR YEARS
20 YR AND FINE UPTO RS.
B
141 FOR PPL RENEWAL MINIMUM-FLYING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED IN 5 HOURS IN 5 HOURS IN 10 HOURS IN 10 HOURS IN DURING B
142 A JOURNEY LOG BOOK IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON BOARD DURING
PRIVATE DURING
PUBLIC DURING
ALL PRECEDING
NO AIRCRAFT 6 MONTHS C
143 LANDING AND HOUSING CHARGES ARE PAYABLE BY AN A/C ON BASIS OF AIRCRAFT
SEATING TRANSPORT
TARE WT. OF AIRCRAFT
MAX AUW OFNUMBER OF PASSENGERS C
144 COCKPIT CHECKLIST IS REQUIRED TO BE CARRIED ON BOARD CAPACITY
IF IT IS OF A/C
IF IT IS A/C
IF IT IS ON ALL
ON BOARD
AIRCRAFT D
145 A PROHIBITED AREA MEANS PRIVATE
LOW FLYING PUBLIC
OVER WHICH AERIAL
FLIGHTS ARE NONE OF THE ABOVE B
146 PHOTOGRAPHY AT AN AERODROME CAN BE DONE WITH PRIOR PERMISSION IN WRITING FROM IS
AERODROME FLIGHT IS
DIRECTOR PERMITTED
CENTRAL DISTRICT MAGISTRATE A
147 MAIL CAN BE CARRIED BY AIR WITH PRIOR PERMISSION FROM OFFICER
DIRECTOR GENERAL
DIRECTOR OF GOVT
AERODROME DISTRICT MAGISTRATE B
148 AN OPERATING MEMBER OF CREW CAN OPERATE R/T, IF GENERAL
IT IS A OF GENERAL OF
IT IS A FLYING OFFICER
IF HE IS NONE OF THE ABOVE C
149 NO OBJECT SHALL BE DROPPED FROM A/C EXCEPT PRIVATE
WITH PRIOR CLUB PRIOR
WITH HOLDER
WITH OF
PRIORBOTH A AND B D
150 PPL HOLDER CAN FLY PERMISSION
SINGLE PERMISSION
AIRCRAFT PERMISSION
ANY NONE OF THE ABOVE C
151 WHILE REFUELING IS IN PROGRESS, NO NAKED FLAME IS TO BE BROUGHT WITHIN ENGINES
35 A/C
METERS WHOSE
30 M AUW AIRCRAFT
100 METERS 43 METERS B
152 NO ALCOHOLIC DRINK SHALL BE TAKEN BY OPERATING CREWMEMBER ___________ HRS BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF 12 24 36 48 A
153 FLIGHT
REFUELING TO BE STOPPED AND FUEL CAPS REPLACED, IF A JET AIRCRAFT APPROACHES WITHIN A DISTANCE OF 15 METERS 30 METERS 43 METERS 25 METERS C
154 TO OBTAIN NIGHT RATING ON A PPL, A PILOT MUST HAVE DONE AT LEAST 10 LANDINGS 5 LANDINGS 5 LANDINGS 5 LANDINGS AND 5 TAKE D
155 FOR PURPOSE OF ISSUE OF PPL, A CROSS COUNTRY FLIGHT MEANS A FLIGHT OF AND
50 NM10 TAKE AND
75NM 5 TAKE AND
80NM 5 TAKE OFFS
100NM AT NIGHT IN THE A
156 AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY CAN BE CARRIED OUT WITH PRIOR PERMISSION OF DGCA DGP&T CENTRAL AERODOME OFFICER C
157 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FLYING TESTS `NIGHT' MEANS FROM HALF SUNRISE TO 1900GOVERNMEN
HRS TO SUNSET TO SUNRISE A
158 FLYING EXPERIENCE FOR ISSUE OF PPL IN
40 HOUR
HRS. SUNSET
60 HRS. 0630 HRS
60 HRS. 60 HRS. COMPRISING OF AT A
COMPRISING COMPRISING COMPRISING LEAST 20 HRS. OF SOLO
159 AN AIRCRAFT FLYING LOW DUE TO LESS VISIBILITY CAN BE SUED BY STATE GOVT MUNICIPAL OWNER OF CANNOT BE SUED D
160 IF A TRAINEE FLIES AN AIRCRAFT, IT SHOULD NOT BE BEYOND 3 NMS CORPORATIO
10 NMS THE
5 NMS 7 NMS C
161 A PERSONAL LOGBOOK MUST BE MAINTAINED FOR ____ YEARS AFTER THE DATE OF LAST ENTRY 2 YRS 1 YR 5 YRS NO NEED C
162 ICAO REFERS TO INTERNATION INTERNATION INTERNATION INTERNATIONAL CIVIL D
163 ROUTES OVER WHICH A FLIGHT NAVIGATOR HAS TO BE CARRIED ON BOARD AN AIRCRAFT ARE SPECIFIED IN AL
ROUTE AL CIVIL
REGISTRATIO AL CIVIL
OPERATION AVIATION
AIRCRAFTORGANISATION
RULES C
164 ANY AIRCRAFT CAN BE REGISTERED IN GUIDES
MANY N
ONE MANUAL
TWO NEITHER COUNTRIES B
165 ANY PERSON AT ANY TIME CAN ENTER INSPECT AND SEARCH ANY AIRCRAFT FOR THE PURPOSE OF SECURING COUNTRIES
AN COUNTRY
A CUSTOMS COUNTRIES
AN AID AUTHORISED BY THE D
166 COMPLIANCE
FLIGHT WITHAANY
THROUGH OF THE
DANGER AIRCRAFT
AREA IS RULES IF HE IS AERODROME
PROHIBITED OFFICER
PROHIBITED OFFICER
PERMITTED CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
PERMITTED BY
IF PERMISSION A
167 WHEN A/C REGISTERED IN INDIA OVER FLIES THE TERRITORY OF ANOTHER STATE ALL
DOES NOT EXCEPT
DOES NOT WITH DUE
NON OF DGOF
NONE IS GRANTED
THE ABOVE C
168 THE HOLDER OF PPL CANNOT FLY IFR UNLESS FOLLOW THE
SPECIFICALL COMPLY
SPECIFICALL COMPLIANCE
HE HAS HE HAS R/T ON BOARD C
169 THE HOLDER OF A PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENSE CAN FLY AN AIRCRAFT Y PERMITTED
PROVIDED Y PERMITTED
PROVIDED INSTRUMENT
PROVIDED WHICH IS ENDORSED ON D
170 THE PERIOD IF VALIDITY OF A PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENSE FOR A PERSON BELOW 30 YEARS OF AGE IS ITS ALL-UP
36 MONTHS ITS ALL-UP
24 MONTHS THE OWNER
12 MONTHS HIS LICENSE
10 YEARS D
171 AN OPEN RATING FOR ALL SINGLE ENGINE PISTON TYPES OF AEROPLANE HAVING AN ALL-UP WEIGHT NOT EXCEEDING 1500 500 HOURS 500 HOURS 250 HOURS 250 HOURS OF FLIGHT TIME C
172 KGSOBTAIN
TO MAY BEA GRANTED TO AON
NIGHT RATING P.P.L. HOLDERPILOT'S
A PRIVATE IF HE HAS COMPLETED
LICENCE, NOT MUST
THE PILOT LESS THAN
HAVE DONE AT LEAST OF
5 FLIGHT
LANDINGS OF
5 FLIGHT
LANDINGS OF
3 FLIGHT
LANDINGS ASLANDINGS
3 PILOT-IN-COMMAND
AND 3 TAKE B
173 FOR PURPOSE OF ISSUE OF PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE SOLO GLIDING EXPERIENCE SHALL COUNT TOWARDS SOLO FLYING AND
100%5OF
TAKE AND 5
100% OF TAKE AND 3 TAKE OFFS BY NIGHT IN
50% OF SOLO 50% OF SOLO GLIDING THE C
174 EXPERIENCE
MINIMUM AGEREQUIREMENTS
FOR QUALIFYINGASFORFOLLOWS
PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE IS SOLO
20 YEARS SOLO
19 YEARS GLIDING
18 YEARS EXPERIENCE
17 YEARS SUBJECT TO D
175 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PRIVATE PILOT'S LICENCE, THE CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT MEANS A FLIGHT FROM THE AERODROME 20 NAUTICAL 40 NAUTICAL 50 NAUTICAL 100 NAUTICAL MILES C
176 OF
FORDEPARTURE TO PRIVATE
THE ISSUE OF A POINT BEYOND A RADIUSTHE
PILOT'S LICENCE, OF TOTAL FLIGHT TIME REQUIRED IS MILES
100 HOURS MILES
40 HOURS MILES
20 HOURS 5 HOURS WITHIN B
177 THE RESTRICTION REGARDING 125 HOURS OF TOTAL FLYING DURING ANY 30 CONSECUTIVE DAYS AS PILOT-IN-COMMAND OUT OF
AIRLINE OUT OF
COMMERCIAL OUT OF
TRAINEE PRECEDING
ALL PILOTS 12 MONTHS D
178 APPLIES TO HAS FLOWN 65 HRS AS COPILOT, CAN FLY_____________________(73 HRS, AS P IN C DURING THE REMAINING
A PILOT WHO PILOTS ONLY
73 HOURS PILOTS
60 HOURS ONLY PILOTS
65 HOURS ONLY NONE OF THE ABOVE A
179 PERIOD OF
PPL HOLDER 30CAN
CONSECUTIVE
FLY DAYS) (80% OF PIC) SINGLE AIRCRAFT ANY NONE OF THE ABOVE C
180 PPL HOLDER IS 30 YEARS OLD, HIS LICENCE CAN BE RENEWED FOR A PERIOD OF ENGINES
ONE YEARA/C WHOSE
SIX AUW TWO
MONTHS AIRCRAFT
YEARS TEN YEARS D
181 A PILOT IN COMMAND CANNOT FLY FOR MORE THAN _____ HRS, DURING 30 CONSECUTIVE DAYS 152 HRS 125 HRS 156 HRS 15 150 HOURS B
182 ONE PILOT SHALL BE DESIGNATED AS PIC IN A PUBLIC TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT FOR EACH FLIGHT BY THE DGCA MIN
FLYING ALL OF THE ABOVE A
183 AN AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT SHOULD BE NOTIFIED TO DGCA OPERATOR
ONLY IF THE CONTROL
ONLY IF THE ONLY IF THE ALL ACCIDENTS MUST BE D
184 NO PERSON SHALL OPERATE OR ASSIST IN OPERATING AN AIRCRAFT EXCEPT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AIRCRAFT
AIRCRAFT IS AIRCRAFT
RULES IS ACCIDENT
AIR REPORTED TO DGCA
RULES PROMULGATED BY A
185 THE HOLDER OF A LICENSE SHALL NOT EXERCISE THE PRIVILEGES OF HIS LICENSE WITHOUT BEING DECLARED FIT AFTER RULES,
30 DAYS1937
OR PROMULGAT
10 DAYS OR 7 CORPORATIO
DAYS OR THE
15 DIRECTOR
DAYS GENERAL
OR MORE D
186 A
ANFRESH MEDICAL
AIRCRAFT EXAMINATION
OF AN ALL UP WEIGHTSUBSEQUENT IN A SICKNESS
NOT EXCEEDING 1500 KGSOR INJURY
MAY INVOLVING
BE FLOWN INCAPACITY
BY A TRAINEE FOR
PILOT A PERIOD
WITHOUT OF
A LICENSE MORE
THE MORE
NO PERSONS THE MORE THE AIRCRAFT IS FLOWN A
187 WHEN
FLIGHT CREW LICENCE LAPSED FOR A PERIOD EXCEEDING THREE YEARS MAY BE RENEWED BY AIRCRAFT
PASSING IS OTHER THAN AIRCRAFT
UNDERGOING PASSING IS UNDER
PASSING THE
ALLAUTHORITY OF C
188 MINIMUM CREW REQUIRED ON PRIVATE AIRCRAFT IS EXAMINATION
ONE PILOT SKILLPILOTS
TWO TEST EXAMINATION
AS EXAMINATIONS
SPECIFIED THE REQUIRED C
FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR
189 RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLIANCE WITH RULES OF AIR RESTS WITH PILOT IN IF IT IS
CO-PILOT TWIN- IN ITS
OPERATOR ALONG WITH PRIVATE
PIC OF A/C WHETHER D
COMMAND AS WHEN MANIPULATING CONTROLS
190 PILOT WILL UNDERGO FRESH MEDICAL EXAMINATION IN THE EVENT OF SICKNESS INVOLVING 15 OR MORE 20 OR MORE 30 OR MORE 25 OR MORE DAYS A
191 CARRIAGE OF A CABIN ATTENDANT IS COMPULSORY IF THE SEATING CAPACITY IS DAYS
10 OR MORE DAYS
15 OR MORE DAYS
20 OR MORE 25 OR MORE A
192 MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT FOR PPL 55 YEARS 60 YEARS 58 YEARS UNLIMITED IF HE IS
D
193 FOR RENEWAL OF CPL, IF A PERSON HAS FLOWN CO-PILOT, HIS CO-PILOT FLYING HOURS FOR RENEWAL ARE COUNTED AT 50% 80% 20% MEDICALLY
30% FIT A
194 PUBLIC TRANSPORT A/C HAVING SEATING CAPACITY OF 185 SEATS SHALL CARRY 8 CABIN 6 CABIN 4 CABIN NONE OF THE ABOVEC
195 AEROBATICS OVER AN AERODROME MUST BE PERFORMED AT A HEIGHT GREATER THAN ATTENDANTS
6000 FT ATTENDANTS
5000 FT ATTENDANTS
1500 FT. NONE OF THE ABOVEA
196 THE PILOT OF A CHIPMUNK AIRCRAFT SHALL GIVE WAY TO GIVE WAY TO ABOVE THE
GIVE WAY TO GIVE WAY TO HELICOPTER
D
197 THE STARBOARD NAVIGATION LIGHT OF AN AIRCRAFT IS VISIBLE OVER AN ARC OF HELICOPTER
70 DEGREES HELICOPTER
140 DEGREES HELICOPTER
110 DEGREES IF ITDEGREES
220 TO HIS RIGHTC
198 WHILST FOLLOWING THE QUADRANTAL RULE, IF THE MAGNETIC TRACK TO BE FLOWN IS 345 , THE PILOT SHOULD FLY ODD ODD EVEN EVEN THOUSAND PLUS 500 D
199 THE TWO RED BALLS HOISTED ON A MUST NEAR THE SIGNAL AREA MEANS THOUSAND
CROSS WIND THOUSAND
EXTREME THOUSAND
ALL LOCAL FEET
GLIDER FLYING IN D
200 AN AIRCRAFT NOT FITTED WITH NAVIGATION LIGHTS CANNOT BE FLOWN LANDINGS
AT IN
ANY TIME DANGER -
DURING FLYING
WITHOUT PROGRESS
WITHOUT PERMISSION A
201 WHEN TWO AIRCRAFT ARE ON CROSSING TRACK SO AS TO INVOLVE RISK OF COLLISION THE FOLLOWING WILL GIVE WAY THE ONE HOURS
THE ONE OF PERMISSION
THE BIGGERFROM THE DGCA
THE FASTER AIRCRAFT A
202 A HORIZONTAL WHITE DUMBBELL DISPLAYED IN SIGNAL AREA MEANS WHICH HAS
PILOT TO WHICH
AIRCRAFT HAS AIRCRAFT
AIRCRAFT AERODROME CLOSED B
203 RED PYROTECHNICAL LIGHTS FIRED FORM CONTROL TOWER WHEN AIRCRAFT IS ON FINAL APPROACH MEANS EXERCISE
AERODROME ARE
GIVE WAY TO ARE
AERODROME DISREGARD PREVIOUS D
204 SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT IN CIRCUIT FORM FLYING CONTROL MEANS IS CLOSED IS
A RUNWAY ANOTHER
CONTINUE IS UNSAFE
CLEAR TO INSTRUCTIONS, DO
RETURN FOR LANDINGNOT D
205 SPECIAL VFR FLIGHT MAY BE AUTHORISED TO OPERATE WITHIN AERODROME TRAFFIC CIRCUIT WHEN THE GROUND CLEAR
AIRCRAFT IS CIRCLING
IF A/C IS NOT LAND
AIRPORT ISNOT PERMITTED A
206 VISIBILITY
ON ROUTES IS NOT
NOT DEFINED
LESS THAN
BY1.5 KMS PROVIDED
DESIGNATED THAT POINTS POSITION, REPORT SHALL BE MADE AS
SIGNIFICANT EQUIPPED
IMMEDIATELY EQUIPPED
EVERY 30 EQUIPPED
THEN ALL OF THE ABOVE D
207 WHILE PASSING THROUGH THE TRANSITION LAYER, VERTICAL POSITION OF A/C IS EXPRESSED IN TERMS OF ONH WHEN AFTER TAKE
THROUGHT MINUTES
THROUGH CROSSING
TRANSITIONTHROUGH THE FLIGHT B
208 DESCENDING:
TWO AND IN TERMS
WHITE CROSSES, EACH OF
ONEFLDISPLAYED
WITH ALTIMETER SETTING OF
ON BOTHSIDES TO RUNWAY
1013.2 WHEN ASCENDING
ENDS, MEANS THE
RUNWAY IS THE
AIRCRAFT TO LEVEL
GLIDER LEVEL
THRESHOLD MARKINGS B
209 SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES TO AIRCRAFT IN CIRCUIT FROM CONTROL TOWER MEANS CLOSED
RETURN FOR LAND
CONTINUE FLYING
CLEARED IN TO
NONE OF THE ABOVE A
210 LETTER 'C' DISPLAY IN BLACK AGAINST YELLOW BACK GROUND INDICATES LANDING
PLACE TO CIRCLING
PLACE TO LAND
PLACE TO NONE OF THE ABOVE C
211 A HORIZONTAL WHITE DUMBBELL WITH A BLACK BAR PLACED PERPENDICULAR TO SHAFT, ACROSS EACH CIRCULAR REPORT
USE IN
ONLY REPORT IN
AIRCRAFT REPORT ON
GLIDER NONE OF THE ABOVE B
212 PORTION
RUNWAYSOF AT DUMBBELL INDICATED
AN AERODROME THAT& 13/31 SURFACE WIND TO 270 /10K,YOU WILL USE RUNWAY
ARE 08/26 RUNWAYS
26 ARE
08 FLYING
13 IN31 A
213 A FLIGHT PLAN IS SUBMITTED IN RESPECT OF PRIVATE PUBLIC ALL FLIGHTS DOMESTIC FLIGHTS C
214 ON A FLIGHT FROM DELHI TO CALCUTTA TRACK (M) 120 M., YOU WILL ELECT TO FLY AT ( ACCORDING TO THE QUADRANTAL FLIGHTS
FL70 TRANSPORT FL80
FL75 FL85 B
215 SYSTEM)
FLIGHT BY NIGHT IS TO COMPLY WITH IFR IF VISIBILITY IS LESS THAN 5 WEATHER IS ALL FLIGHTS D
216 WHEN TWO POWER DRIVEN A/C ARE ON CROSSING COURSES, THE RESPONSIBILITY OF AVOIDING COLLISIONS RESTS WITH LESS THAN 8
HEAVIER KMS
LIGHTER CLOUDY
THE THE AIRCRAFT WHO HAS C
217 WHEN AN AIRCRAFT SWITCH ITS NAVIGATION LIGHTS ON & OFF, IT INDICATES THAT AIRCRAFT
AIRCRAFT AIRCRAFT
ITS ONE AIRCRAFT
WISHES TO THE OTHER AIRCRAFT
DISTRESS SIGNAL TO C
218 AIRCRAFT IS SAID TO BE IN DISTRESS WHEN HAS SOME
IT HAS SENT ENGINE
WHEN HAS GIVEWHENNOTICE NONE OF THE ABOVE B
219 TOTAL FLIGHT TIME OF AN AIRCRAFT MEANS MESSAGE
TOTAL THREATENED FROM
TOTAL THREATENED
FLAME NONE OF THE ABOVE A
220 AIRCRAFT COURSE (T) 088, VARIATION 2 W - YOU WILL ELECT TO FLY AT ___________FL (SEMICIRCULAR SYSTEM) FLIGHT
FL 60 TIME FLIGHT
FL 65 TIME, ON TO
FL 70 FLAME FL 75 D
221 DISTRESS SIGNALS ARE ON RADIO ON PAN PAN ON BOTH A AND B D
222 TO CROSS THE OBSTACLE THE A/C MUST FLY TELEPHONY
5000' ABOVE RADIOTELEP
1000' ABOVE RT
500' ABOVE IT
100' ABOVE IT WITHIN A B
223 DURING DISTRESS PHASE AN A/C IT WITHIN A
SWITCHES IT WITHINMAY
SPEAKS A WITHIN APAN
SPEAKS RADIUS
NONE OFOF 100'
THE ABOVE B
224 SWITCHING ON AND OFF ITS LANDING LIGHTS INDICATES ON AND OFF
EMERGENCY DAY ON
DISTRESS R/T ON R/T
URGENCY NONE OF THE ABOVE C
225 A RED SQUARE PANEL WITH TWO YELLOW DIAGONALS INDICATES PHASE
PROHIBITION PHASE
TAKE PHASE
AERODROME NONE OF THE ABOVE C
226 A RED SQUARE PANEL WITH ONE YELLOW DIAGONAL INDICATES FOR LANDING
PROHIBITION PRECAUTION
AERODROME UNSAFE
TAKE NONE OF THE ABOVE C
227 `C' ALPHABET WRITTEN ON A BOARD ANYWHERE ON THE AERODROME INDICATES FOR LANDING
PROHIBITORY UNSAFE
RESTRICTED PRECAUTION
PLACE TO NONE OF THE ABOVE C
228 OUTSIDE THE CONTROLLED AIRSPACE AT OR ABOVE 3000' VMC MEANS WHEN AREA
VISIBILITY AREA
VISIBILITY REPORT FOR
VISIBILITY VISIBILITY BEYOND 300 KM B
229 AIRCRAFT FLYING 178 (T), VARIATION 2 W IT WILL CHOOSE BEYOND
FL 80 1.5 BEYOND
FL 90 5 KM BEYOND
FL 75 8 KM
FL 45 A
230 OVER HIGH SEAS RULES OF THE AIR THAT WILL BE FOLLOWED IS AS LAID DOWN BY STATE OF STATE ICAO NEITHER C
231 ENROUTE FLIGHT LEVEL IS MAINTAINED BY SETTING ALTIMETER TO REGISTRY OF
QFF NEAREST TO 1013.2 MBS
QNH RADIO ALTIMETER C
232 AIRCRAFT HAS TO REPORT ITS POSITION UNDER IFR ON ROUTES NOT DEFINED BY SPECIFIED REPORTING POINTS AT 15 MTS 1 HOUR 30 MTS READING
NONE OF THE ABOVE B
233 INTERVALS
AFTER FILINGOFIFR FLIGHT PLAN, RESUBMISSION OF FRESH FLIGHT PLAN IS NECESSARY IF FLIGHT IS DELAYED BY 30 MINS ONE HOUR TWO HOURS THREEE HOURS A
234 _____________
WHEN FLYING AT FL150 IN VMC BY PIC HAVING OPEN RATING, THE FLIGHT SHALL BE FLOWN IFR VFR EITHER NONE OF THE ABOVE A
235 FLIGHT AT NIGHT EVEN IN VMC, FLIGHT SHALL BE FLOWN VFR IFR EITHER NONE OF THE ABOVE B
236 WHEN TRACE 179 (M) THE A/C FLYING ACCORDING TO QUADRANTAL RULES WILL ELECT TO FLY FL 70 FL 80 FL 85 PL 75 D
237 WHEN INTERCEPTED BY A FIGHTER A/C ACTION BY PIC IS CHANGE COMMUNICAT COMMUNICAT LAND AS SOON AS A
238 MINIMUM IFR ENROUTE ATTITUDES IS ______ (1000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST OBSTRUCTION WITH 8 KM. OF THE ROUTE) OVER TO
2000 FT E WITH
1000 FT THE E WITH
2000 FT THE POSSIBLE
1000 FT ABOVE HIGHEST D
239 IN THE SEMICIRCULAR SYSTEM OF CRUISING LEVELS, THE FL 145 SHALL BE KEPT VACANT TO ALLOW ABOVE
CHANGE ABOVE
FOR ABOVE
MILITARY FOR JET OBSTRUCTION
NONE WITH 8 KM.
OF THE ABOVE A
240 A HORIZONTAL RED SQUARE PANEL WITH ONE YELLOW LINE DISPLAYED IN THE SIGNAL AREA INDICATES OVER FROM
AIRCRAFT TO AIRCRAFT
LANDINGS AIRCRAFTS
WORK IN OWING TO BAD STATE OF D
241 A HORIZONTAL WHITE DUMBBELL WITH PERPENDICULAR BLACK BARS ACROSS CIRCULAR PORTIONS INDICATE LAND ON
AIRCRAFT TO ARE
AIRCRAFT PROGRESS
AIRCRAFT THE MANEUVERING
AIRCRAFT AREA,
ARE REQUIRED D
242 WHITE CROSSES ON EITHER END OF RUNWAY INDICATE LAND ON
RUNWAY ARE NOT IS
RUNWAY TO RUNWAY
ARE TO TO LAND,
THIS TAKEOFF
RUNWAY ON
MAY BE A
243 TWO RED BALLS HOISTED ON A MUST NEAR THE SIGNAL AREA CLOSED
AIRFIELDS UNFIT
SEVERE FOR THRESHOLD
GLIDER USED FOR TAKEOFFS ONLY
AIR DISPLAY IN PROGRESS C
244 REPEATED SWITCHING ON AND OFF OF LANDING LIGHTS BY AN AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT MEANS CLOSED DO
AIRCRAFT IS THUNDERST THE
THE FLYING IN AIRCRAFT IS CARRYING A B
245 SERIES OF PROJECTILES DISCHARGED FROM THE GROUND SHOWING RED AND GREEN STARS INDICATE TO AN AIRCRAFT ACKNOWLED
THAT IT IS AIRCRAFT
THAT AIRCRAFT
IT IS IN THAT IT IS VIP AND WANTS PRIORITY
NOTHING C
246 IN FLIGHT
SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES TO AN AIRCRAFT IN CIRCUIT BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS FLYING
NOTHING OVER GREAT
CONTINUE FLYING OVER
LAND AT THIS RETURN TO AERODROME C
247 SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES TO AN A/C IN CIRCUIT BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS RETURN FOR CIRCLING
YOU ARE AERODROME CLEAR
CONTINUE OF DEPARTURE,
TO LAND DO NOT A
248 SERIES OF RED FLASHES TO AN A/C IN CIRCUIT BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS LANDING
DO NOT NO.1, CHECK
RETURN TO CIRCLING
GIVE WAY TO AERODROMES UNSAFE DO D
249 OBSERVANCE OF IFR IS COMPULSORY WHEN OPERATING ABOVE LAND,
3000 FT IN THE
FL 140 THE
FL150OTHER NOT LAND
FL 290 C
250 AIR DEFENCE CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED FOR CONTROLLED
ALL FLIGHTS FLIGHTS ALL FLIGHTS ALL FLIGHTS EXCEPT B
251 A HELICOPTER AND A PUSHPAK A/C ARE CONVERGING AT APPROXIMATELY THE SAME LEVEL OPERATING
THE OPERATING
THE OTHER THAN
THE ONE, TRAINING FLIGHTS
THE ONE, WHICH HAS THE C
HELICOPTER PUSHPAK WHICH HAS OTHER ON ITS LEFT, SHALL
252 WHEN FLYING IN IMC OUTSIDE A REGULAR ROUTE, AN AIRCRAFT SHOULD REPORT ITS POSITION TO THE APPROPRIATE EVERY 30 EVERY ONE ON AS AND WHEN A
253 A.T.S. UNIT
THE DECISION HEIGHT FOR AN INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE IS MTS
DETERMINED HOUR
DETERMINED CROSSING
LEFT TO THE CONVENIENT
DETERMINED BY THE B
254 VFR FLIGHT OUTSIDE CONTROLLED AIRSPACE ABOVE 3000 FT MSL CAN BE CONDUCTED PROVIDED BY THE
FLIGHT BY THE DGCA
FLIGHT PILOT'S
FLIGHT AIRCRAFT
FLIGHT MANUFACTURER
VISIBILITY IS 5 KM.
D
255 THE MET MINIMA FOR A PARTICULAR AERODROME IS QBB 400, IT VISIBILITY 2KM. THE CONDITIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED VISIBILITY IS
CLOUD IS 3/8 VISIBILITY IS
CLOUD IS 4/8 VISIBILITY IS
CLOUD IS 5/8 (3MILES) OR MORE
CLOUD IS 5/8 AT 600 FT B
256 BELOW MINIMAON A MAGNETIC TRACK OF 100 DEGREES WHILST CHANGING FROM QUADRANTAL TO SEMI CIRCULAR
AN IFR FLIGHT AT 300
DESCENDFT AT 400 FT
CLIMB 500' TO AT 300
DESCEND FT VISIBILITY
NO CHANGE, 2 KM
MAINTAIN A
257 SYSTEM
IN WILL OF COMMUNICATION FAILURE A FLIGHT IN VMC MAY CONTINUE ACCORDING TO FLIGHT PLAN
THE EVENT 500' TO
AND THEAT
LAND THE
LAND AT ANY 1000' TO
MUST THE
LAND PRESENT
MAY LEVELFLYING
CONTINUE B
258 WHILST FOLLOWING THE QUADRANTAL RULE, IF THE MAGNETIC TRACK TO BE FLOWN IS 354 THE PILOT SHOULD FLY THE
ODD NEXT SUITABLE
ODD BACK
EVEN EVEN THOUSANDS PLUS C
259 SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT ON GROUND BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS THOUSANDS
TAXI CLEAR THOUSANDS
RETURN TO THOUSANDS
EXERCISE 500 FEET
HAS NO MEANING B
260 SERIES OF GREEN FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT IN CIRCUIT FROM TOWER OF LANDING
RUNWAY IS STARTING
CONTINUE CAUTION
CLEAR TO RETURN FOR LANDING D
261 A LARGE WHITE CROSS-PAINTED ON EACH END OF RUNWAY MEANS CLEAR
PORTION OF CIRCLING
RUNWAY LAND
WORK IN TOUCH DOWN POINTS AT B
262 THE TERM `LANDING AREA' MEANS THE RUNWAY
MANEUVERIN CLOSED
RUNWAYS, PROGRESS,
THE BOTHRUNWAYS
THE THE ENDS OF THE
AND C
263 AN ALTERNATE AERODROME MEANS G
ANAREA TAXIWAYS
ANY RUNWAYS
AN TAXIWAYS
AN AERODROME SITUATED A
264 VFR FLIGHTS SHALL NOT BE FLOWN OVER CONGESTED AREA OR CITIES, TOWNS OR SETTLEMENTS UNLESS FLOWN AT A AERODROME
500 FT ABOVE AERODROME
1000 FT AERODROME
2000 FT AT THE
1000 FTSAME
ABOVE LOCATION
THE D
265 HEIGHTFLYING
WHEN OF NOT LESSSEA
OVER THAN
AT FL 100 IN DURING DRY AT A DISTANCE MORE THAN 100 MNS FROM COAST, FLIGHT SHALL BE THE HIGHEST
VFR ABOVE THE
IFR ABOVE THE
EITHER HIGHEST
NONE OF OBSTACLE
THE ABOVE B
266 FLOWN
AN OVERTAKING AIRCRAFT WHETHER CLIMBING DESCENDING OR IN HORIZONTAL FLIGHT, SHALL KEEP OUT OF THE WAY OF DECREASING INCREASING BY ALTERING BY ALTERING THE HEADING C
267 THE OTHER
FLIGHTS AIRCRAFT
MUST BY BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUMENT, FLIGHT RULES EVEN DURING BROAD DAY
INVARIABLY ITSOR
AT SPEED
ABOVE ITS SPEED
WHEN THE
AT ORHEADING
ABOVE TODESIGNATED
IN THE LEFT OR A
268 LIGHT, WHEN
ROCKETS OR AIRCRAFT ARE FLOWN
SHELLS THROWING RED LIGHT FIRED ONE AT A TIME AT SHORT INTERVALS, INDICATED THAT AN AIRCRAFT FL150
IS ABOUT TO CONTROLLED
HAS A VERY FL200
IS DESIGNATED
WISHES ROUTES
TO GIVE NOTICE D
269 A DEPARTING AIRCRAFT MUST SET ITS ALTIMETER SUBSCALE TO 1013.2 HECTOPASCALS TRANSMIT
WHILE A URGENT
WHILE THREATENED
DURING ITS OF DIFFICULTIES WHICH
PRIOR TO DEPARTURES B
270 ONE OF THE OBJECTIVES OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICES INCLUDES PASSING
PROVIDE PASSING
PREVENT CLIMB
NOTIFY PROVIDE ADVICE AND D
271 RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLIANCE WITH THE `RULES OF THE AIR' ENTIRELY RESTS WITH THE WEATHER
PILOT-IN- COLLISION
OPERATIONA APPROPRIAT
COPILOT OF INFORMATION USEFUL
THE PILOT-IN-COMMAND FOR A
272 WHEN FLYING OVER HIGH TERRAIN OR IN MOUNTAINS REGIONS, AN IFR FLIGHT SHALL BE FLOWN A LEVEL WHICH IS AT COMMAND
2000 FT L CONTROL
1000 FT AN AIRCRAFT
1000 FT OF ANFTAIRCRAFT
2000 ABOVE THEAS LONG A
273 LEAST
TWO AIRCRAFT ARE COMING INTO LAND WHICH ONE HAS PRIORITY FOR LANDING ABOVE THE
LIGHTER ABOVE THE
HEAVIER ABOVE THE
LOWER A/C HIGHEST
ANY ONE OBSTACLE C
274 IN INDIA WIDTH OF TRANSITION LAYER IS 500 TO 999 FT 1000 TO 1499 1000 TO 2000 1000 TO 1500 FT B
275 SEPARATION BETWEEN ENROUTE TRAFFIC IS 1000 FT FT FT
500 FT
TRANSITION AIRCRAFT ALTITUDE A
276 RESPONSIBILITY FOR COMPLIANCE WITH RULES OF AIR RESTS WITH PIC AS LONG CO-PILOT ZONE
OPERATOR PIC OF AIRCRAFT D
277 AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES IS PROVIDED TO AS
IFRHE IS
FLIGHTS WHEN
VFR FLIGHTS BOTH VFR WHETHER MANIPULATING
NONE ODF THE ABOVE C
278 ALL THE FLIGHTS AT NIGHT MUST BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH IFR RULES ONLY THE
WHEN ONLY
IF WEATHER AND
IF A/CIFR
IS IRRESPECTIVE OF D
279 A/C SHALL NOT TAKE OFF OR LAND AT ON AERODROME IN A CTR WHEN CEILING IS A/C IS FLOWN
< 1500 FT CONDITION
< 2000 FT FLOWN
< 1000 FT WEATHER
< 3000 FT CONDITIONS C
280 NO PERSON OTHER THAN THOSE AUTHORISED SHALL BE PERMITTED WITHIN 15 METERS WHEN THE AIRCRAFT IS BEING TRUE FALSE VOID VOID A
281 REFUELED
IRRESPECTIVE OF STATE OR REGISTRY OF A/C, INDIAN AIRCRAFT RULES 1937 ARE APPLICABLE TO ALL AIRCRAFT FLYING IN TRUE FALSE VOID VOID A
282 OR OVER INDIAN
A PERSON HOLDING TERRITORY
A PPL CAN FLY WITH A SCHEDULED AIRLINE FOR REMUNERATION TRUE FALSE VOID VOID B
283 ARMS AND AMMUNITION CAN BE CARRIED BY AIR ONLY WITH WITH PRIOR WITH PRIOR WITH PRIOR BOTH A & B D
284 IN ORDER TO AVOID DISCOMFORT TO PERSONNEL FROM JET ENGINES THE MINIMUM SAFETY DISTANCE ONE SHOULD BE PERMISSION
100 FT PERMISSION
120 FT PERMISSION
200 FT 140 FT C
285 FROM
THE BEHIND A JET
`CERTIFICATE OFOUTLET IS
AIRWORTHINESS' OF AN AIRCRAFT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE SUSPENDED WHEN AN AIRCRAFT IS INVOLVED IS MODIFIED IS MODIFIED ALL THE ABOVE D
286 VFR FLIGHTS OUTSIDE CONTROLLED AIRSPACE ABOVE 3000 MSL CAN BE CONDUCTED PROVIDED IN AN
FLIGHT OR REPAIRED
FLIGHT OR REPAIRED
FLIGHT FLIGHT VISIBILITY IS 5 C
287 SERIES OF WHITE FLASHES DIRECTED TOWARDS AN AIRCRAFT THE GROUND BY CONTROL TOWER MEANS VISIBILITY
TAXI CLEAR IS VISIBILITY
RETURN TO IS VISIBILITY
EXERCISE IS MILES
HAS NO (8MEANING
KMS) B
OF LANDING STARTING CAUTION