Phases of Flight MCQ’s

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This set of Avionics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Phases of Flight”.

1. The distance the aircraft has to cover in the ground to achieve takeoff speed is called?
a) Ground roll
b) Take off distance
c) Runway length
d) Airborne distance

2. The distance the aircraft climbs to clear an obstacle of particular height during takeoff is called as?
a) Ground roll
b) Take off distance
c) Runway length
d) Airborne distance

3. What is the speed at which the takeoff is aborted when there is an engine failure?
a) Decision speed
b) Stall speed
c) Rotational speed
d) Takeoff speed

4. What is the takeoff clearance height for a military aircraft?
a) 50ft
b) 35ft
c) 20ft
d) 100ft

5. Departure and approach are subphases of what?
a) Landing phase
b) Takeoff phase
c) Terminal phase
d) Surface phase

6. A non-precision approach has electronic guidance in only in the horizontal direction.
a) True
b) False

7. The velocity at which yawing motion can be produced by rudder deflection while the aircraft is on the ground is called _______
a) Ground roll speed
b) Ground control speed
c) Minimum control speed on the ground
d) Control speed

8. The height at which approach is aborted when the runway is not in sight is called as?
a) Decision height
b) Approach altitude
c) Clearance altitude
d) Landing altitude

9. What instrument is used to measure the aircraft’s altitude during the approach phase?
a) Pressure altimeter
b) Radio altimeter
c) Sound altimeter
d) Infrared altimeter

10. Which of the following conditions does not lead to missed approaches?
a) Poor visibility
b) Excess fuel
c) Alignment with runway
d) Traffic

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