The Quiz


1. There are ___ methods by which a pilot can log IAPs.
a. five
b. four
c. three
d. two

2. To log an approach, the ceiling must be at minimums.
a. True
b. False

3. To log a simulated approach you must fly
a. from an IAF to the FAF.
b. from IAF to MDA or DA/DH.
c. on each required IAP segment to MDA or DA/DH.
d. via radar vectors to final.

4. A safety pilot who is operating under BasicMed (not an
FAA medical)
a. logs second-in-command.
b. must be pilot in command.
c. need not be rated in the aircraft.
d. must be instrument current.

5. Must the safety pilot sign your logbook?
a. No
b. Yes

6. Who can log the flight time?
a. Both pilots.
b. Only the safety pilot.
c. Only the pilot flying.
d. Neither pilot.

7. To log an approach in simulated instrument conditions or
in a sim, you must fly the missed approach.
a. True
b. False

8. You use an aviation training device for currency. Do you
need an instructor?
a. Yes, a CFI.
b. Yes, a CFII.
c. Nope. You’re OK alone.
d. Yes, any qualified pilot.

9. Before climbing into a BATD or AATD, check its
a. database for currency.
b. motion simulation.
c. approved aircraft types.
d. Letter of Authorization.

10. If you logged an IAP for currency in an aircraft you should
also log
a. training time.
b. cross country time.
c. actual or simulated IMC.
d. SIC time.


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