Here's another one to have a go at. This time I won't be forthcoming with the answers for a while - to give everyone who wants to a chance to chime in.
Q1. According to the Centers for Disease Control, if an airline passenger is in the coughing stage of influenza, the virus will be spread to what percentage of the other passengers and crew aboard that flight?
Q2. A pilot approaches a small house while flying over an otherwise flat, featureless desert. It is legal for him to fly 400 feet abeam the house at an altitude of 400 feet agl?
Q3. The most direct and adverse effect of humidity on aircraft performance is:
a. Reduced lift.
b. Reduced propeller thrust.
c. Reduced horsepower.
d. Increased drag.
Q4. Why does it appear to the casual observer (standing to the side and at some distance) that a departing Boeing 747 climbs at a slower airspeed than a smaller jet departing at the same speed and climb angle?
Q5. A pilot flying a jet airplane at high altitude for long periods of time could be concerned about freezing:
b. Hydraulic fluid.
d. None of the above.
Q6. What causes a reciprocating engine to backfire?
Q7. Why is the abbreviation for coordinated universal time UTC instead of CUT?
Q8. Why is the pilot's compartment of an airplane referred to as a cockpit?
Q9. A pilot drains a sample from a wing tank containing an approximately equal mixture of 80/87 octane (red dye) and 100/130 octane (blue dye) fuel. The sample will have the appearance of:
b. Jet A fuel.
c. 80/87 octane fuel.
d. 100/130 octane fuel.
Q10. True or False: The decision height for an ILS approach to Kennedy Airport is 13,510 feet.