How is the word GLIDER spoken in phonetic alphabet?
What is the definition of the phrase "Say Again"?
What is the definition of the phrase "Over"?
The order of priority for transmission of messages in the aeronautical service from highest to lowest is:
Which of the following most correctly defines a distress call?
The signal PAN PAN indicates:
Generally speaking, before making any transmission you should:
The first transmission of any distress call should be made:
Which time zone should be used when working across different time zones?
What is the definition of the phrase "OUT"
How is "CADET" spoken using the phonetic alphabet?
You are flying a cessna with registration C-FXGX. The control tower calls you, and tells you that a glider will be flying nearby. How do you acknowledge (respond to) the radio call from the tower?
How do you correctly pronounce the number 17000, using proper radio communication procedures?
Fill in the blank.
Glider: Comox Tower, glider seven is downwind left for grass 12
Tower: Glider seven ______________ your position?
Glider: Comox Tower glider seven is downwind left for grass 12
Tower: Glider seven, land your discretion grass 12. Winds 130 at 5 knots.
Glider: Glider seven.
If you transmit a false distress signal, which of the following are possible penalties?
2170 expressed as it would be transmitted over the radio would be:
Which of the following expressions follow proper radiotelephone procedures?
The term DISREGARD means
Any station hearing a distress call shall: