INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
Pilot to Metro (PMSV) service is a means provided whereby the
pilot can communicate directly with the weather forecaster. The
radio call sign for this device is METRO; i.e., "Lesperance
METRO." Maximum use of this service is encouraged when
requesting or reporting enroute weather.
What is the significance of an X following a frequency? _______________
27. The Clermont VOR/DME has a normal anticipated interference-free service of 40 NM
below 14,500 feet MSL. (True/False)
28. The Clermont VOR/DME has a Radio Class Code of (HA). (True/False)
What is the meaning of (HA)? _______________
29. The MHW code for an NDB means it is a non-directional beacon/without voice.
What is the channel number of the Clermont DME? _______________
What is the three-letter location identifier of the VOR? _______________
Normally the three-letter location identifiers of the NAVAIDs are
the same as the field they serve; however, there are exceptions to
What are the bearing and distance to the Clermont NDB from the field? _______________
In addition to airports, the airport/facility directory also contains Flight Service Stations, Air
Route Traffic Control Centers, and enroute navigation facilities.
Questions 33-34 are taken from the front cover of the IFR Supplement.
The IFR Supplement is issued every eight weeks. (True/False)
34. Special notices of a permanent nature will be carried for two issues and then incorporated
in the appropriate section of the applicable FLIP product. (True/False)
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