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IFR (Instrument Rating) Airman Knowledge Test Questions 2007
All helicopters are considered to be in which approach category for a helicopter IAP?
B) A or B, depending upon weight.
Upon what maximum airspeed is the instrument approach criteria for a helicopter based?
A) 100 knots.
B) 90 knots.
C) 80 knots.
(Refer to figure 133.) If the Class D airspace is not effective, what is the LOC/VOR minima for a helicopter if cleared for the S LOC 9 approach at Riverside Municipal?
A) 1,200 and 1/4 mile.
B) 991 and RVR 24.
C) 1,300 and 1/4 mile.
(Refer to figure 128.) What is the helicopter MDA for a straight in VOR RWY 36 approach at Price/Carbon County Airport (VOR only)?
A) 6,090 feet MSL.
B) 500 feet MSL.
C) 6,400 feet MSL.
(Refer to figure 128.) What is the helicopter landing minimum for the VOR RWY 36 approach at Price/Carbon County Airport?
A) 500 foot ceiling and 1/2 mile visibility.
B) 1 mile visibility.
C) one half mile visibility.
(Refer to figure 55.) Under which condition should a missed approach procedure be initiated if the runway environment (Paso Robles Municipal Airport) is not in sight?
A) After descending to 1,440 feet MSL.
B) After descent to 1,440 feet or reaching the 1 NM DME, whichever occurs first.
C) When you reach the established missed approach point and determine the visibility is less than 1/2 mile.
(Refer to figure 129.) As you approach LABER during a straight-in RNAV RWY 36 approach in a helicopter, Little Rock Approach Control advises that the ceiling is 400 feet and the visibility is 1/4 mile. Do regulations permit you to continue the approach and land?
A) No, you may not reduce the visibility prescribed for Category A airplanes by more than 50 percent.
B) Yes, only a 1/4 mile visibility or an RVR of 1,200 feet is required for any approach, including RNAV.
C) No, neither the ceiling nor the visibility meet regulatory requirements.
Area forecasts generally include a forecast period of 18 hours and cover a geographical
A) terminal area.
B) area less than 3,000 square miles.
C) area the size of several states.
Which forecast provides specific information concerning expected sky cover, cloud tops, visibility, weather, and obstructions to vision in a route format?
A) DFW FA 131240.
B) MEM TAF 132222.
C) 249 TWEB 252317.
When are ATIS broadcasts updated?
A) Every 30 minutes if weather conditions are below basic VFR; otherwise, hourly.
B) Upon receipt of any official weather, regardless of content change or reported values.
C) Only when the ceiling and/or visibility changes by a reportable value.
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