INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
THRESHOLD CROSSING HEIGHT/TCH
TOUCHDOWN ZONE ELEVATION/TDZE
TRANSCRIBED WEATHER BROADCAST/TWEB
TRANSFER OF CONTROL
VISUAL DESCENT POINT/VDP
VOT/VOR TEST SIGNAL
Chapter Three provides an overview of the entire _______________ program.
6. The FLIP _______________ has been designed primarily for desk use and not for carrying
in the aircraft
The publication cycle for the Flight Information Handbook is every _______________.
8. The _______________ _______________ _______________ is the official publication
disseminating DOD worldwide foreign clearance requirements and information on personnel
Chapter Four tells us everything we need to know about filling out a ________ ________.
10. Chapter Five outlines standard ________ ________ while operating under both FAA and
11. Pilots should file IFR Flight Plans at least _______________ minutes prior to their
estimated time of departure.
12. Initial clearances will include whenever practicable, the _______________
_______________ as the Clearance Limit.
13. There is no requirement for pilots to read back ATC clearances received while on the
ground (Except runway assignment and hold short). (True/False)
14. The maximum airspeed for an aircraft at 5000 feet in the holding pattern is
15. When using a VOR test facility, IFR flight should not be attempted if the error exceeds
±____º in the air.
WE WILL NOT DEAL WITH CHAPTERS 6-10 DURING THIS COURSE.
2-34 IFR SUPPLEMENT, FLIGHT INFORMATION HANDBOOK, ENROUTE LOW
ALTITUDE CHARTS, GENERAL PLANNING, AND AREA PLANNING