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IFR (Instrument Rating) Airman Knowledge Test Questions 2007
(Refer to figures 21 and 21A, 22 and 22A, 23, 24, 25, and 26.) After departing GJT and arriving at Durango Co., La Plata Co. Airport, you are unable to land because of weather.
How long can you hold over DRO before departing for return flight to the alternate, Grand Junction Co., Walker Field Airport?
Total useable fuel on board, 68 gallons.
Wind and velocity at 16,000, 2308-16°.
Average fuel consumption 15 GPH.
A) 1 hour 33 minutes.
B) 1 hour 37 minutes.
C) 1 hour 42 minutes.
(Refer to figure 91.) What should be the approximate elapsed time from BZN VOR to DBS VORTAC, if the wind is 24 knots from 260° and your intended TAS is 185 knots? (VAR 17 °E.)
A) 33 minutes.
B) 37 minutes.
C) 39 minutes.
An airport may not be qualified for alternate use if
A) the airport has AWOS-3 weather reporting.
B) the airport is located next to a restricted or prohibited area.
C) the NAVAIDS used for the final approach are unmonitored.
(Refer to figure 105.) If the magnetic heading shown for aircraft 7 is maintained, which ADF illustration would indicate the aircraft is on the 120° magnetic bearing FROM the station?
(Refer to figure 101.) What is the magnetic bearing TO the station?
Which DME indication should you receive when you are directly over a VORTAC site at approximately 6,000 feet AGL?
(Refer to figures 46 and 48.) What is your position relative to the 9 DME ARC and the 206° radial of the instrument departure procedure?
A) On the 9 DME arc and approaching R 206.
B) Outside the 9 DME arc and past R 206.
C) Inside the 9 DME arc and approaching R 206.
What are the primary benefits of satellite based area navigation (RNAV)?
A) Provides optimal routing and altitudes.
B) Radio tuning and controller communication is minimized.
C) Standard Terminal Arrival Routes and Departure Procedures are not required
Full scale deflection of a CDI occurs when the course deviation bar or needle
A) deflects from left side of the scale to right side of the scale.
B) deflects from the center of the scale to either far side of the scale.
C) deflects from half scale left to half scale right.
(Refer to figure 78.) When eastbound on V86 between Whitehall and Livingston, the minimum altitude that you should cross BZN is
A) 10,400 feet.
B) 9,300 feet.
C) 8,500 feet.
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