Instrument Oral Exam Guide: The Comprehensive Guide to Prepare You for the FAA Oral Exam / Edition 5

Instrument Oral Exam Guide: The Comprehensive Guide to Prepare You for the FAA Oral Exam / Edition 5

by Michael D. Hayes
     
 

For pilot certification and flight review, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires oral as well as written exams for pilot certification. An Instrument Rating can be added to the Private Pilot or Commercial Pilot Rating and requires special training. This guide provides the most consistent questions asked of an Instrument Pilot applicant in the instrument… See more details below

Overview

For pilot certification and flight review, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires oral as well as written exams for pilot certification. An Instrument Rating can be added to the Private Pilot or Commercial Pilot Rating and requires special training. This guide provides the most consistent questions asked of an Instrument Pilot applicant in the instrument competancy check. Immediately following each question is a reference to the specific information source from which the answer may be derived. Questions are divided into four sections with many subtopics: flight planning, departure, en route, and arrival. This edition has been updated to reflect important FAA regulatory, procedural, and training changes.

Author Biography: Michael D. Hayes has been flying for 30 years. He has accumulated numerous certificates and ratings, including private and commercial single and multiengine land ratings. He is currently a certified flight instructor (instrument) and is the author of all the Oral Exam Guides in the series. He lives in Arlington, Texas.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781560274865
Publisher:
Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc.
Publication date:
03/01/2003
Series:
Oral Exam Guide Series
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction vii

1 Flight Planning

A Certificates, Ratings, and Currency Requirements 3

B Preflight Action for Flight (IFR or Flight Not in the Vicinity of Airport) 5

C Preflight Action for Aircraft 6

D TFR Flight Plan 8

E Route Planning 10

F Flight Instruments 13

Pitot/Static System 13

Gyroscopic System 18

Magnetic Compass 22

G Fundamentals of Weather 23

H Obtaining Weather Information 28

I Aviation Weather Reports and Observations 29

J Aviation Weather Forecasts 33

K Aviation Weather Charts 38

Additional Study Questions 43

2 Departure

A Authority and Limitations of the Pilot 3

B Departure Clearance 4

C Departure Procedures 5

D VOR Accuracy Checks 9

E Transponder 10

F Airport Facilities 11

Additional Study Questions 14

3 En Route

A Enroute Limitations 3

B Enroute Procedures 5

C Oxygen Requirements 11

D Emergencies 11

E Radio Orientation 14

E Unusual Flight Conditions 16

G Radio Navigation 18

H Airway Route System 25

I Airspace 32

J Special Use Airspace 35

Additional Study Questions 37

4 Arrival

A Approach Control 3

B Precision Approaches 7

C Nonprecision Approaches 11

D RNAV (GPS) Approaches 14

E Circling Approaches 18

F Missed Approaches 21

G Landing Procedures 24

H Logging Flight Time 25

I Instrument Approach Procedure Charts: General 26

J Instrument Approach Procedure Charts: Plan View 27

K Instrument Approach Procedure Charts: Profile 29

L Instrument Approach Procedure Charts: Minimums 31

M Instrument Approach Procedure Charts: Aerodrome 33

ILS RWY 16 L Chart 34

Additional Study Questions 35

Appendix 1 Practical Test Checklist for Applicants and Examiners

Appendix 2 Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument Airplane Supplement

Appendix 3 FAA Instrument Proficiency Check Guidance

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