11. H312 LSP
What is density altitude?
A) The height above the standard datum plane.
B) The pressure altitude corrected for nonstandard temperature.
C) The altitude read directly from the altimeter.
12. J13 LSP
A Steady red light from the tower, for a aircraft on the ground indicates
A) Give way to other aircrat and continue circling.
C) Taxi clear of the runway in use.
13. J11 LSP
A) 122.05 MHz.
B) 135.075 MHz.
C) 122.8 MHz.
14. J11 LSP
A) 135.075 MHz.
B) 122.05 MHz.
C) 122.8 MHz.
15. J13 LSP
You have just landed at a towered airport and the tower tells you to contact ground control when clear of the runway. You are considered clear of the runway when
A) all parts of the aircraft have crossed the hold line.
B) the aircraft cockpit is clear of the hold line.
C) the tail of the aircraft is clear of the runway edge.
16. J13 LSP
Pilots should state their position on the airport when calling the tower for takeoff
A) from a runway intersection, during instrument conditions.
B) from a runway intersection or the end of the runway.
C) from a runway intersection, only at night.
17. J13 LSP
After landing at a tower controlled airport a pilot should contact ground control
A) when advised by the tower.
B) prior to turning off the runway.
C) after reaching a taxiway that leads directly to the parking area.
18. J03 LSP
A below glide slope indication from a pulsating visual approach slope indicator is a
A) pulsating white light.
B) steady white light.
C) pulsating red light.
19. J03 LSP
An airport's rotating beacon operated during daylight hours often indicates
A) there are obstructions on the airport.
B) that weather at the airport located in Class D airspace is below basic VFR weather minimums.
C) the Air Traffic Control tower is not in operation.
20. J13 LSP
Pilots must operate the anti-collision lights
A) at night or in inclement weather.
B) at night when the visibility is less than three miles and flying in Class B airspace.
C) day and night, except when the pilot-in-command determines that they constitute a hazard to safety.