IFR QUIZSeptember 2020 QuizBy Fred Simonds - Published: August 24, 2020 Updated: October 12, 20211PrintEmailFacebookTwitter September 2020 Quiz Departing a Class G airport, ATC issues you "upon reacching 1500 feet, turn..." Why the restriction? a. ATC wants to reduce your departure workload. b. Radar service is unavailable below 1500 feet. c. The base of Class E airspace is 1500 feet. d. It’s their standard thing.These airspace classes do not require ADS-B Out. a. Class C, E b. Class D, G c. Class C, G d. Class F, GWhen IFR, you need permission to enter Bravo airspace. a. True b. FalseWhen a tower closes, its Class D airspace becomes a. Class E. b. Class F. c. Class G. d. It depends.Your flight plan to pass through a sportingevent TFR under IFR. Is this a bust in the making? a. Every time b. Not likely, but maybe c. Naw. It’s ATC’s problem. d. Only at the SuperbowlIn Class G,. IFR altitude and obstacle clearance rules___ a. still apply. b. don’t apply. c. sometimes apply. d. apply only in IMC.You fly your non-ADS-B aircraft in Class D until the towrer closes and becomes Class E. You're still legal. Why? a. Airspace below 2500 feet AGL is excluded. b. The airport is below 10,000 feet MSL. c. The airport is in Guam. d. Any of the above.In Class G airspace, ATC a. applies IFR separation as usual. b. separation is not provided. c. offers no traffic advisories or safety alerts. d. will not vector you.The only time ATC controls aircraft in Class G airspace is during descent on a cruise clearance through Class G airspace to land at a VFR-only airport. a. True b. FalseFlying AMC in Class G airspace a. does not require a radio or a clearance. b. still calls for a radio and IFR clearance. c. contains no instrument approaches. d. does not exist for IFR pilots. Δ
I’ve noticed a lot of typos on these quizzes. This one specifically is also graded every answer wrong including the right answer.