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Question Number: 140 Subject Code: PLT064

Pilots flying over a national wildlife refuge are requested to fly no lower than

A) 1,000 feet AGL.
B) 2,000 feet AGL.
C) 3,000 feet AGL.

Question Number: 313 Subject Code: PLT274

In which environment is aircraft structural ice most likely to have the highest accumulation rate?

A) Cumulus clouds with below freezing temperatures.
B) Freezing drizzle.
C) Freezing rain.

Question Number: 213 Subject Code: PLT373

Where may an aircraft`s operating limitations be found?

A) On the Airworthiness Certificate.
B) In the current, FAA-approved flight manual, approved manual material, markings, and placards, or any combination thereof.
C) In the aircraft airframe and engine logbooks.

Question Number: 256 Subject Code: PLT161

What are the minimum requirements for airplane operations under special VFR in Class D airspace at night?

A) The airplane must be under radar surveillance at all times while in Class D airspace.
B) The airplane must be equipped for IFR with an altitude reporting transponder.
C) The pilot must be instrument rated, and the airplane must be IFR equipped.

Question Number: 448 Subject Code: PLT219

A pilot unintentionally enters a steep diving spiral to the left. What is the proper way to recover from this attitude without overstressing the glider?

A) Apply up-elevator pressure to raise the nose.
B) Apply more up-elevator pressure and then use right aileron pressure to control the overbanking tendency.
C) Relax the back pressure and shallow the bank; then apply up-elevator pressure until the nose has been raised to the desired position.

Question Number: 424 Subject Code: PLT130

In a balloon, best fuel economy in level flight can be accomplished by

A) riding the haze line in a temperature inversion.
B) short blasts of heat at high frequency.
C) long blasts of heat at low frequency.

Question Number: 452 Subject Code: PLT304

What corrective action should the sailplane pilot take during takeoff if the towplane is still on the ground and the sailplane is airborne and drifting to the left?

A) Crab into the wind by holding upwind (right) rudder pressure.
B) Crab into the wind so as to maintain a position directly behind the towplane.
C) Establish a right wing low drift correction to remain in the flightpath of the towplane.

Question Number: 82 Subject Code: PLT039

(Refer to figure 51.) The segmented circle indicates that a landing on Runway 26 will be with a

A) right-quartering headwind.
B) left-quartering headwind.
C) right-quartering tailwind.

Question Number: 373 Subject Code: PLT251

How should a balloon fuel system be checked for leaks prior to flight?

A) Listen and smell.
B) Check all connections with a lighted match.
C) Cover all connections and tubing with soapy water.

Question Number: 459 Subject Code: PLT502

(Refer to figure 56.) Which illustration is a signal to the towplane to reduce airspeed?

A) 7.
B) 10.
C) 12.