INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
FLIGHT INFORMATION HANDBOOK QUESTIONS
Using the Index of Subjects and Table of Contents for each section, answer the following
1. NAS Pensacola has less than continuous Pilot to Metro (PMSV) service and weather radar.
Minutes out of your destination, Patrick AFB, you may receive an updated forecast report
on Patrick PMSV frequency_______________.
Prior to taking off on any military flight, it is mandatory for the pilot to obtain weather and
NOTAM information. If a pilot is departing a nonmilitary airfield in the vicinity of Andrews Air
Force Base, how can he obtain weather and NOTAM information?
A PIREP (Pilot Weather Report) will be made under which conditions?
In flight when requested.
When unusual and unforecast weather is encountered.
When a missed approach is executed due to weather.
In all the above conditions.
5. IFR position reports are required as indicated by the position reporting symbols shown on
the FLIP Enroute charts, and passing each direct route reporting point or fix used in the flight
Position reports on an IFR flight plan are never given in a radar environment. (True/False)
The pilot in command shall report immediately any in-flight malfunction of navigational or
air/ground communications capability to_______________.
What are CIRVIS reports? _______________
9. An aircraft equipped with a transponder and on a VFR flight, regardless of altitude, would
normally use a transponder Mode 3/A Code of _______________.
The abbreviation ATIS means _______________.
ATIS information is prerecorded and is normally broadcast over
the same frequency as the VOR serving the terminal area or UHF
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