# Renter Exam - Northway Aviation

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Name: _________________________ Date: ___________ Aircraft Type: __________

AIRCRAFT

1.) Locate the following "V" speeds for the aircraft.

Va _____ Vs _____ Vso _____ Vne _____

Vfe _____ Vx _____ Vy _____

2.) Look up the speeds for the following approaches. a. Approach with flaps: _____ b. Approach with no flaps: _____ c. Short field approach: _____ c. Engine out best glide: _____

3.) How many degrees of flaps does this aircraft use: a. For a short field takeoff? _____ b. For a soft field takeoff? _____

4.) Fuel & Oil a. Total Fuel Capacity _____ Usable Fuel _____ b. Grade of Fuel _____ Color of fuel _____ c. Oil Capacity _____ Minimum oil _____

Type & Weight of oil approved _________________________

5.) Aircraft weights & Limitations: a. Maximum Takeoff Weight _____ b. Maximum landing weight _____ c. Basic Empty Weight _____ d. Useful Load _____

6.) Engine Performance & Operating limitations: a. Maximum continuous power setting: _____ RPM b. Maximum Oil Pressure: _____ c. Minimum oil pressure: _____ d. Maximum Oil Temperature: _____

7.) You look down at the engine instrument cluster and notice a low oil pressure. What instrument would you look at next and what might be a good course of action for this scenario?

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8.) One hour into the flight a passenger complains of a headache and feels sleepy. You notice your own fatigue that has occurred suddenly. What is going on? What should you do? (A/C altitude is 2,500’)

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8.) Calculate the density altitude for the given conditions: ____________________________

Stehekin State Airport ____________________________

Altimeter 29.74 ____________________________

Field Temp 105 degrees F ____________________________

9.) Compute the take-off distance for the same conditions. Compute a rate of climb for the same.

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10.) Compute a weight and balance. (form attached)

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AVIATION PUBLICATIONS

11.) Using a Seattle Sectional Chart answer the following:

You are on the Tatoosh 080 degree radial at 54 NM, altitude 5,500 feet. What airspace are you in?

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What are the VFR weather requirements for this airspace?

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12.) Enroute from Paine Field to Olympia: a. What is the highest altitude you may fly at without receiving a clearance to operate in the Seattle

Class B airspace?

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13.) Using an AFD locate the traffic directions for landing at Friday Harbor with the wind 290 @ 14 kts.

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FAA REGULATIONS

14.) To carry passengers a pilot must complete what requirements?

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15.) To carry passengers at night a pilot must complete what requirements

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16.) On arrival at Paine to go flying you notice the rotating beacon lit. What does this mean at 12pm?

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17.) Over Possession Point returning for a landing the tower advises that "We are IFR. Say your request." What does this mean and what can you.