The following items will test your grasp of the lesson material. Each item has only one correct answer.
When you complete the exercise, check your answers with the answer key that follows. If you answer
any item incorrectly, restudy that part of the lesson.
Aircraft or vehicles are prevented from entering the ILS critical area
when the field is IFR.
during hours of darkness.
when the ceiling is 800 feet, visibility is two miles.
when the ILS is being used for approach or landing guidance.
Aircraft or vehicles are prevented from entering the glide slope critical area when
the field is IFR.
visibility is less than three miles in one quadrant.
the field is below visual flight rule (VFR) minimums.
the ceiling is less than 800 feet, the visibility is less than two miles, or both.
When shall the local and ground controllers exchange information?
when ILS is being used
when weather is marginal
to hurry traffic movement
for safe and efficient use of the airport movement area
The ground controller is required to tell the local controller that a leaving aircraft has been taxied
to a runway when
the departure has filed IFR.
the departure will fly locally.
more than one aircraft has been cleared to taxi.
the runway is other than the one assigned before as active.