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FAA Regulations
FAA Regulations
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Aviation
Not Applicable
07/24/2019

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Term

Regulation re preflight planning requires the pilot to do these four things, and these two things re fuel requirements…

Definition

Become familiar with ALL available information concerning the flight, including…

Determine runway lengths available

Takeoff and landing distance needed

Alternate course of action, if flight can not be completed as planned

Fuel – Daytime requirement is 30 minutes beyond destination at normal cruise speed

Fuel – Nighttime requirement is 45 minutes beyond destination at normal cruise speed

Term

Inoperative equipment problems found in pre-flight inspection – 3 options…

Definition

Cancel the flight

 

Get it fixed

 

Defer maintenance, when allowed.

Term

Under what conditions may a plane with inoperative equipment be flown? 

 

How to determine this?

Definition

Can fly if it’s NOT required by any of these 3 things (Think ATF)

 

Airworthiness Directives

Type Design

FARs (Federal Aviation Regs)

 

To determine this, consult the airplane manual, or the…

FAR 91.205 AND Airworthiness Directives

Term

Deferred maintenance, when used in connection with a list is allowed...

 

Under what reg? 

Name of that list? 

How is the list created? 

3 more things to know about it …

Definition

Under FAR 91.213(d)

MEL - Minimum Equipment List – To use for your own airplane (typically a jet), a Master MEL must be customized as to how your own plane is equipped, and that list then submitted in writing to the local FSDO (Flight Standards District Office).

Once approved, that MEL must be kept on board

Once created, the MEL must be used.  That is the pilot can no longer chose whether to rely on the MEL, or the provisions of 91.213(d)

For a given piece of equipment, the length of time for the deferment corresponds to the letter assigned in the MEL to that equipment, with higher letters corresponding to longer periods of deferment.

Term

Inoperative equipment, with deferred maintenance...

 

What’s the relevant regulation?

 

What does that reg require as to the relevant equipment?

Definition

FAR 91.213(d)

 

The inoperative equipment must be deactivated or removed, and…

 

Placard placed on the item or switch.

Term

Maximum airspeed allowed below 10,000’...

Definition

 

250 knots

Term

Maximum airspeed allowed as regards Class B airspace, and...

Something to know about this limit…

Definition

200 knots

 

This applies inside of it, VFR corridors through it, and that airspace underlying it.

 

Term

Maximum airspeed allowed around Class D airports:

 

The speed

 

The radius w/in and

 

The height above the AP?

Definition

200 knots

 

Within 4 NMs and

 

Below 2,500’ AGL.

Term

Altitudes / Direction of flight for VFR...

 

What mnemonic used? 

 

At what altitude do these regs apply? 

 

Based on what type of course / heading? 

 

Long form description?

Definition

ONE – Odd North or East

 

Apply when above 3,500 AGL

 

Alphabetical - Based on magnetic Course, not the magnetic heading

 

East (and due North): Odd thousands, plus 500’

 

West (and due South): Even thousands, plus 500’

Term

NMAC – For what does the acronym stand? 

 

How defined?

Definition

Near Mid Air Collision

 

Defined as an aircraft passing within a distance of <500 feet

Term

NMAC – Reporting…

Definition

Report immediately, by radio, or cell phone if necessary, to one of the following agencies, in this order of preference:

 

Nearest ATC facility

 

Nearest FSS (Flight Service Station)

 

In writing, to the FSDO (Flight Standards District Office)

Term

FSDO - For what does the acronym stand?

Definition

Flight Standards District Office

 

Term

No person may operate an aircraft in formation flight, unless…

Definition

Except by prior arrangement with the pilot in command of each aircraft.

Term

Acrobatic Flight – where allowed?

Definition

In Class Echo & Golf airspace, except for these 4 exceptions…

 

Less than 3 miles visibility

 

4nm of the centerline of a Federal Airway

 

Over congested areas

 

Under 1,500’ AGL

Term