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    Questions that come up on my exams AGK , POF totally changed exams done on July I will add more when I remember

    1)direct reading compass should be swung when:
    a) there is a large, and permanent, change in magnetic latitude
    b) there is a large change in magnetic longitude
    c) the aircraft is stored for a long period and is frequently moved
    d) the aircraft has made more than a stated number of landings

    101.) An aircraft in the northern hemisphere is making an accurate rate one turn to the right
    If the initial heading was 135°, after 30 seconds the direct reading magnetic compass
    should read:
    a) more or less than 225° depending on the pendulous suspension used
    b) more than 225°
    c) 225°
    d) less than 225°
    42)The reported surface wind from the Control Tower is 240°/35 kt. Runway 30 (300°).
    What is the cross-wind component?
    a) 24 kt
    b) 30 kt
    c) 27 kt
    d) 21 kt
    121)Given:
    Compass Heading 090°,
    Deviation 2°W,
    Variation 12°E,
    TAS 160 kt.
    Whilst maintaining a radial 070° from a VOR station, the aircraft flies a ground distance of 14 NM in 6 MIN.
    What is the W/V °(T)?
    a) 340°/98 kt
    b) 160°/50 kt
    c) 340°/25 kt
    d) 155°/25 kt
    124.) A chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 1.5 inches (one inch equals 2.54 centimetres), the distance from A to B in NM is:
    a) 20.6
    b) 38.1
    c) 44.5
    d) 54.2
    352.) The force acting on the needle of a direct reading compass varies:
    a) directly with the vertical component of the earth’s magnetic field
    b) directly with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    c) inversely with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    d) inversely with both vertical and horizontal components of the earth’s magnetic field
    362.) A straight line on a chart 4.89 cm long represents 185 NM.
    The scale of this chart is approximately:
    a) 1: 3 500 000
    b) 1: 6 000 000
    c) 1: 5 000 000
    d) 1: 7 000 000
    380.) A negative (westerly) magnetic variation signifies that:
    a) Compass North is East of Magnetic North
    b) True North is West of Magnetic North
    c) Compass North is West of Magnetic North
    d) True North is East of Magnetic North .

    Principals of flight
    066.) An aeroplane has static directional stability; in a side-slip to the right, initially the:
    a) nose of the aeroplane will remain in the same direction.
    b) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the left.
    c) right wing tends to go down.
    d) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the right.
    135.) An engine failure can result in a windmilling (1) propeller and a feathered (2) propeller.
    Which statement about propeller drag is correct?
    a) (2) is larger than (1).
    b) (1) is larger than (2).
    c) impossible to say which one is largest.
    d) (1) is equal to (2).
    140.) Asymmetric propeller blade effect is mainly induced by:
    a) large angles of yaw.
    b) large angles of climb.
    c) high speed.
    d) the inclination of the propeller axis to the relative airflow.
    252.) When a pilot makes a turn in horizontal flight, the stall speed:
    a) increases with the square root of load factor
    b) increases with the load factor squared
    c) increases with flap extension
    d) decreases with increasing bank angle

    271.) Which kind of »tab» is commonly used in case of manual reversion of fully powered flight controls ?
    a) Spring tab
    b) Anti-balance tab
    c) Servo tab
    d) Balance tab
    305.) An aeroplane performs a straight and level horizontal flight at the same angle of attack at two different altitudes. (all other factors of importance being constant, assume ISA conditions and no compressibility effects)
    a) the TAS at the higher altitude is higher
    b) the TAS at the higher altitude is lower
    c) the TAS at both altitudes is the same
    d) the TAS at the higher altitude cannot be determined

    395.) An aeroplane has a stalling speed of 100 kt in a steady level flight. When the aeroplane is flying a level turn with a load factor of 1.5, the stalling speed is:
    a) 82 kt.
    b) 122 kt.
    c) 141 kt.
    d) 150 kt.
    469.) The point, where the single resultant aerodynamic force acts on an aerofoil, is called:
    a) aerodynamic centre.
    b) neutral point.
    c) centre of gravity.
    d) centre of pressure.
    23350. Density of the atmosphere will:
    A – increase with rising humidity
    B – decrease with rising humidity
    C – remain unaffected by changes in humidity
    D – decrease with reduced humidity

    Por Badrabhi el

    Questions that come up on my exams AGK , POF totally changed exams done on July I will add more when I remember .
    Navigation

    1)direct reading compass should be swung when:
    a) there is a large, and permanent, change in magnetic latitude
    b) there is a large change in magnetic longitude
    c) the aircraft is stored for a long period and is frequently moved
    d) the aircraft has made more than a stated number of landings

    101.) An aircraft in the northern hemisphere is making an accurate rate one turn to the right
    If the initial heading was 135°, after 30 seconds the direct reading magnetic compass
    should read:
    a) more or less than 225° depending on the pendulous suspension used
    b) more than 225°
    c) 225°
    d) less than 225°
    42)The reported surface wind from the Control Tower is 240°/35 kt. Runway 30 (300°).
    What is the cross-wind component?
    a) 24 kt
    b) 30 kt
    c) 27 kt
    d) 21 kt
    121)Given:
    Compass Heading 090°,
    Deviation 2°W,
    Variation 12°E,
    TAS 160 kt.
    Whilst maintaining a radial 070° from a VOR station, the aircraft flies a ground distance of 14 NM in 6 MIN.
    What is the W/V °(T)?
    a) 340°/98 kt
    b) 160°/50 kt
    c) 340°/25 kt
    d) 155°/25 kt
    124.) A chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 1.5 inches (one inch equals 2.54 centimetres), the distance from A to B in NM is:
    a) 20.6
    b) 38.1
    c) 44.5
    d) 54.2
    352.) The force acting on the needle of a direct reading compass varies:
    a) directly with the vertical component of the earth’s magnetic field
    b) directly with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    c) inversely with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    d) inversely with both vertical and horizontal components of the earth’s magnetic field
    362.) A straight line on a chart 4.89 cm long represents 185 NM.
    The scale of this chart is approximately:
    a) 1: 3 500 000
    b) 1: 6 000 000
    c) 1: 5 000 000
    d) 1: 7 000 000
    380.) A negative (westerly) magnetic variation signifies that:
    a) Compass North is East of Magnetic North
    b) True North is West of Magnetic North
    c) Compass North is West of Magnetic North
    d) True North is East of Magnetic North .

    Principals of flight
    066.) An aeroplane has static directional stability; in a side-slip to the right, initially the:
    a) nose of the aeroplane will remain in the same direction.
    b) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the left.
    c) right wing tends to go down.
    d) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the right.
    135.) An engine failure can result in a windmilling (1) propeller and a feathered (2) propeller.
    Which statement about propeller drag is correct?
    a) (2) is larger than (1).
    b) (1) is larger than (2).
    c) impossible to say which one is largest.
    d) (1) is equal to (2).
    140.) Asymmetric propeller blade effect is mainly induced by:
    a) large angles of yaw.
    b) large angles of climb.
    c) high speed.
    d) the inclination of the propeller axis to the relative airflow.
    252.) When a pilot makes a turn in horizontal flight, the stall speed:
    a) increases with the square root of load factor
    b) increases with the load factor squared
    c) increases with flap extension
    d) decreases with increasing bank angle

    271.) Which kind of »tab» is commonly used in case of manual reversion of fully powered flight controls ?
    a) Spring tab
    b) Anti-balance tab
    c) Servo tab
    d) Balance tab
    305.) An aeroplane performs a straight and level horizontal flight at the same angle of attack at two different altitudes. (all other factors of importance being constant, assume ISA conditions and no compressibility effects)
    a) the TAS at the higher altitude is higher
    b) the TAS at the higher altitude is lower
    c) the TAS at both altitudes is the same
    d) the TAS at the higher altitude cannot be determined

    395.) An aeroplane has a stalling speed of 100 kt in a steady level flight. When the aeroplane is flying a level turn with a load factor of 1.5, the stalling speed is:
    a) 82 kt.
    b) 122 kt.
    c) 141 kt.
    d) 150 kt.
    469.) The point, where the single resultant aerodynamic force acts on an aerofoil, is called:
    a) aerodynamic centre.
    b) neutral point.
    c) centre of gravity.
    d) centre of pressure.
    23350. Density of the atmosphere will:
    A – increase with rising humidity
    B – decrease with rising humidity
    C – remain unaffected by changes in humidity
    D – decrease with reduced humidity

    Por Badrabhi el

    Questions that come up on my exams AGK , POF totally changed exams been done on July I will add more when I remember .
    Navigation

    1)direct reading compass should be swung when:
    a) there is a large, and permanent, change in magnetic latitude
    b) there is a large change in magnetic longitude
    c) the aircraft is stored for a long period and is frequently moved
    d) the aircraft has made more than a stated number of landings

    101.) An aircraft in the northern hemisphere is making an accurate rate one turn to the right
    If the initial heading was 135°, after 30 seconds the direct reading magnetic compass
    should read:
    a) more or less than 225° depending on the pendulous suspension used
    b) more than 225°
    c) 225°
    d) less than 225°
    42)The reported surface wind from the Control Tower is 240°/35 kt. Runway 30 (300°).
    What is the cross-wind component?
    a) 24 kt
    b) 30 kt
    c) 27 kt
    d) 21 kt
    121)Given:
    Compass Heading 090°,
    Deviation 2°W,
    Variation 12°E,
    TAS 160 kt.
    Whilst maintaining a radial 070° from a VOR station, the aircraft flies a ground distance of 14 NM in 6 MIN.
    What is the W/V °(T)?
    a) 340°/98 kt
    b) 160°/50 kt
    c) 340°/25 kt
    d) 155°/25 kt
    124.) A chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 1.5 inches (one inch equals 2.54 centimetres), the distance from A to B in NM is:
    a) 20.6
    b) 38.1
    c) 44.5
    d) 54.2
    352.) The force acting on the needle of a direct reading compass varies:
    a) directly with the vertical component of the earth’s magnetic field
    b) directly with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    c) inversely with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    d) inversely with both vertical and horizontal components of the earth’s magnetic field
    362.) A straight line on a chart 4.89 cm long represents 185 NM.
    The scale of this chart is approximately:
    a) 1: 3 500 000
    b) 1: 6 000 000
    c) 1: 5 000 000
    d) 1: 7 000 000
    380.) A negative (westerly) magnetic variation signifies that:
    a) Compass North is East of Magnetic North
    b) True North is West of Magnetic North
    c) Compass North is West of Magnetic North
    d) True North is East of Magnetic North .

    Principals of flight
    066.) An aeroplane has static directional stability; in a side-slip to the right, initially the:
    a) nose of the aeroplane will remain in the same direction.
    b) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the left.
    c) right wing tends to go down.
    d) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the right.
    135.) An engine failure can result in a windmilling (1) propeller and a feathered (2) propeller.
    Which statement about propeller drag is correct?
    a) (2) is larger than (1).
    b) (1) is larger than (2).
    c) impossible to say which one is largest.
    d) (1) is equal to (2).
    140.) Asymmetric propeller blade effect is mainly induced by:
    a) large angles of yaw.
    b) large angles of climb.
    c) high speed.
    d) the inclination of the propeller axis to the relative airflow.
    252.) When a pilot makes a turn in horizontal flight, the stall speed:
    a) increases with the square root of load factor
    b) increases with the load factor squared
    c) increases with flap extension
    d) decreases with increasing bank angle

    271.) Which kind of »tab» is commonly used in case of manual reversion of fully powered flight controls ?
    a) Spring tab
    b) Anti-balance tab
    c) Servo tab
    d) Balance tab
    305.) An aeroplane performs a straight and level horizontal flight at the same angle of attack at two different altitudes. (all other factors of importance being constant, assume ISA conditions and no compressibility effects)
    a) the TAS at the higher altitude is higher
    b) the TAS at the higher altitude is lower
    c) the TAS at both altitudes is the same
    d) the TAS at the higher altitude cannot be determined

    395.) An aeroplane has a stalling speed of 100 kt in a steady level flight. When the aeroplane is flying a level turn with a load factor of 1.5, the stalling speed is:
    a) 82 kt.
    b) 122 kt.
    c) 141 kt.
    d) 150 kt.
    469.) The point, where the single resultant aerodynamic force acts on an aerofoil, is called:
    a) aerodynamic centre.
    b) neutral point.
    c) centre of gravity.
    d) centre of pressure.
    23350. Density of the atmosphere will:
    A – increase with rising humidity
    B – decrease with rising humidity
    C – remain unaffected by changes in humidity
    D – decrease with reduced humidity

    Por Badrabhi el

    Esta respuesta ha sido reportada por contenido inapropiado.

    Some Question is that come up on my exams on July I will add more later .

    1)direct reading compass should be swung when:
    a) there is a large, and permanent, change in magnetic latitude
    b) there is a large change in magnetic longitude
    c) the aircraft is stored for a long period and is frequently moved
    d) the aircraft has made more than a stated number of landings

    101.) An aircraft in the northern hemisphere is making an accurate rate one turn to the right
    If the initial heading was 135°, after 30 seconds the direct reading magnetic compass
    should read:
    a) more or less than 225° depending on the pendulous suspension used
    b) more than 225°
    c) 225°
    d) less than 225°
    42)The reported surface wind from the Control Tower is 240°/35 kt. Runway 30 (300°).
    What is the cross-wind component?
    a) 24 kt
    b) 30 kt
    c) 27 kt
    d) 21 kt
    121)Given:
    Compass Heading 090°,
    Deviation 2°W,
    Variation 12°E,
    TAS 160 kt.
    Whilst maintaining a radial 070° from a VOR station, the aircraft flies a ground distance of 14 NM in 6 MIN.
    What is the W/V °(T)?
    a) 340°/98 kt
    b) 160°/50 kt
    c) 340°/25 kt
    d) 155°/25 kt
    124.) A chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 1.5 inches (one inch equals 2.54 centimetres), the distance from A to B in NM is:
    a) 20.6
    b) 38.1
    c) 44.5
    d) 54.2
    352.) The force acting on the needle of a direct reading compass varies:
    a) directly with the vertical component of the earth’s magnetic field
    b) directly with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    c) inversely with the horizontal component of the earth’s magnetic field
    d) inversely with both vertical and horizontal components of the earth’s magnetic field
    362.) A straight line on a chart 4.89 cm long represents 185 NM.
    The scale of this chart is approximately:
    a) 1: 3 500 000
    b) 1: 6 000 000
    c) 1: 5 000 000
    d) 1: 7 000 000
    380.) A negative (westerly) magnetic variation signifies that:
    a) Compass North is East of Magnetic North
    b) True North is West of Magnetic North
    c) Compass North is West of Magnetic North
    d) True North is East of Magnetic North .

    Principals of flight
    066.) An aeroplane has static directional stability; in a side-slip to the right, initially the:
    a) nose of the aeroplane will remain in the same direction.
    b) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the left.
    c) right wing tends to go down.
    d) nose of the aeroplane tends to move to the right.
    135.) An engine failure can result in a windmilling (1) propeller and a feathered (2) propeller.
    Which statement about propeller drag is correct?
    a) (2) is larger than (1).
    b) (1) is larger than (2).
    c) impossible to say which one is largest.
    d) (1) is equal to (2).
    140.) Asymmetric propeller blade effect is mainly induced by:
    a) large angles of yaw.
    b) large angles of climb.
    c) high speed.
    d) the inclination of the propeller axis to the relative airflow.
    252.) When a pilot makes a turn in horizontal flight, the stall speed:
    a) increases with the square root of load factor
    b) increases with the load factor squared
    c) increases with flap extension
    d) decreases with increasing bank angle

    271.) Which kind of »tab» is commonly used in case of manual reversion of fully powered flight controls ?
    a) Spring tab
    b) Anti-balance tab
    c) Servo tab
    d) Balance tab
    305.) An aeroplane performs a straight and level horizontal flight at the same angle of attack at two different altitudes. (all other factors of importance being constant, assume ISA conditions and no compressibility effects)
    a) the TAS at the higher altitude is higher
    b) the TAS at the higher altitude is lower
    c) the TAS at both altitudes is the same
    d) the TAS at the higher altitude cannot be determined

    395.) An aeroplane has a stalling speed of 100 kt in a steady level flight. When the aeroplane is flying a level turn with a load factor of 1.5, the stalling speed is:
    a) 82 kt.
    b) 122 kt.
    c) 141 kt.
    d) 150 kt.
    469.) The point, where the single resultant aerodynamic force acts on an aerofoil, is called:
    a) aerodynamic centre.
    b) neutral point.
    c) centre of gravity.
    d) centre of pressure.
    23350. Density of the atmosphere will:
    A – increase with rising humidity
    B – decrease with rising humidity
    C – remain unaffected by changes in humidity
    D – decrease with reduced humidity

    Por potter30 el

    Muy buenas compañeros, en primer lugar agradecer este foro maravilloso y de buena energía que de una manera o de otra nos ayuda a alcanzar nuestros sueños….
    Tengo 40 años y llevo estudiando el PPL desde abril, de una forma autodidacta,apuntes, exam pilotos,info por Internet.(Trabajo,madrugones etc jejeje)
    La idea es empezar en febrero en la escuela en Lecu, os pido ayuda por si tuvierais bancos de preguntas para mandarme al correo….
    Muchísimas gracias de antemano y seguiremos indagando por este magnifico foro
    correo: potter_otracara@hotmail.com

    Por educhimi el

    Buenas chicos, me presento el 13/9a Navegacion, y tengo la gran duda de CDMVT, no hay ningún instrucor que me haya sabido explicar bien cuando se suma y cuando se resta según sea E u W y que hacer con la deriva. Espero que alguien pueda ilustrarme un poco. Básicamente me se de memoria todas las respuestas de estos ejercicios, pero quiero comprenderlos.

    Gracias de antemano.

    Buenos Vuelos

    Por educhimi el

    Esta respuesta ha sido reportada por contenido inapropiado.

    Buenas chicos, me presento el 13/9a Navegacion, y tengo la gran duda de CDMVT, no hay ningún instructor que me haya sabido explicar bien cuando se suma y cuando se resta según sea E u W y que hacer con la deriva. Espero que alguien pueda ilustrarme un poco. Básicamente me se de memoria todas las respuestas de estos ejercicios, pero quiero comprenderlos.

    Gracias de antemano.

    Buenos Vuelos

    Por Badrabhi el

    Hi everyone thank for everyone posted here ,just came out from Senasa Madrid today I set AGK,NAV,POF no surprises all the question in the forum

    AGK :
    #emergency retractable landing gear system :only deployed doesn’t retraced (not sure if it’s correct )
    #Loss Warning. When does it jump? at a speed of between 5 and 7% above the stall rate
    #Degrees of freedom of the turn coordinator (2 degrees)
    #How nickel-cadmium batteries are affected at temperatures
    At low temperatures, they lower performance
    #ventilation system on fuel tank : prevent low pressure and overpresure in the tank
    #dergee of freedom artificial horizon 3degrees
    # Limits yellow scale air speed indicator Vno-vne
    #longitudinal stability determined by :elevator
    #What movement occurs based on the vertical axis -> d) The yaw
    # The crankshaft axle assembly consists of: -> a) Crankshaft, connecting rods and pistons.
    #In the event of engine failure in flight, the blades of a constant speed propeller that drive a single engine without system of flag: -> c) They will move to the position of minimum step, by the action of the centrifugal force.
    #The HF frequency band comprises: 3 to 30 MHz
    #The viscosity of certain oils depends on oil temperature
    #What is the primer for?
    To provide extra fuel when starting the engine.
    #What is EDF
    Communications, attitude, turn, altimeter, anemometer, motor parameters (the longest one )
    #When automatic SLATS are extended Automatic
    extension when exceeding a certain angle of attack
    #Advantages of nickel batteries over lead batteries
    Better charge / weight ratio, good intensity during discharge…
    #one was about overheating the engine will cause :Answer was (power lose ,deselect carburettor heat and enrich the mixture)
    #how to prevent detonation :enrich the mixture
    #What is the function of the hydraulic pump : generate oil pressure
    #one talk about the MAP when increasing rpm what happen to the angel of attack I put increased not sure about it
    #EGT :help pilot to adjust correct mixture

    POF
    #Which expression corresponds to the force formula:
    a.- a = Fm
    b.- F = m / a
    c.- m = Fa
    d.- F = ma —correct
    #The longitudinal stability is determined by
    a) flaps
    b) ailerons
    c) rudder
    d) elevator correct
    #What is the Blade angle? Propeller rope with …
    plane rotation
    #Any movement of the forces of an aircraft will be done around:
    a) Pressure center
    b) Aerodynamic center
    c) Center of gravity (correct )
    d) Aircraft axis
    #In the maneuver envelope (maneuvering diagram) the lAS and the load factor are represented in axes
    a) in the horizontal axis the IAS and in the vertical axis the load factor (correct)
    b) in the vertical axis the IAS and on the horizontal axis the load factor
    c) on the horizontal axis the load factor and on the vertical axis the IAS
    d) on the vertical axis the load factor and on the horizontal axis the IAS
    #The angle of attack, , of an aerodynamic surface is the angle between
    a) The direction of the chord line and the relative air flow without disturbances. Correct
    b) The bottom and horizontal surface.
    c) The bottom surface and the direction of the rope.
    d) The bottom surface and the relative air flow.
    #Factors affecting low speed lift.
    – Shape and surface of the wing, density, relative air velocity, angle of attack, viscosity.
    – Shape and surface of the wing, angle of attack, viscosity.
    – Shape and surface of the wing, compressibility factor, angle of attack, viscosity.
    – Shape and surface of the wing, density, relative air velocity, angle of attack (correct)
    # forward centre of gravity : less manouvrability ,positive static stability
    #What is longitudinal stability?
    – The recovery capacity based on the longitudinal axis (correct )
    – The recovery capacity based on the vertical axis
    – The recovery capacity based on the lateral axis
    – The recovery capacity based on the axis?

    Navigation

    #A chart has the scale 1: 1 000 000. From A to B on the chart measures 1.5 inches (one inch equals 2.54 centimetres), the distance from A to B in NM is:
    a) 20.6 ( correct )
    b) 38.1
    c) 44.5
    d) 54.2
    #SSR transmission code?
    -1030
    # VHF :30-300MHZ
    #GPS elements :Space, controls and user
    #How are latitudes measured ?:
    Degrees minutes and seconds
    #variation west : magnetic heading is west of true heading
    #visual navigation : map reading
    # Given: True track: 192° Magnetic Drift angle : 7°E ,5° left variation What is the magnetic heading required to maintain the given track? 190° Correct
    194°
    204
    180°
    # Given: True track: 180° Drift: 8° R Compass heading: 195 Deviation -20 Calculate the variation. 25°W
    21°W correct
    5°W
    9W
    #How long will it take to fly 50 miles if we maintain a GS of 150 Kt?
    A) 45 minutes.
    B) 30 minutes.
    C) 20 minutes. correct
    D) It will depend on the wind.

    Thank everyone

    • Esta respuesta fue modificada hace 1 año, 4 meses por  Badrabhi.
    Por Fanhunter el

    Hola a todos!

    Estoy con el PPL, me he apuntado a una escuela de vuelo, pero de momento no hemos empezado, adquirí por mi cuenta temario PPL en ATPLPILOT pero creo que mucho está orientado a FAA porque hablan sobretodo en cálculos de altura en hgin y no en hpa, aparte de poner ejemplos de sudamérica (está en Español) así que no se que pensar del temario, aparte que creo que faltan explicaciones de bastantes cosas y o está tampoco muy buen detallado.

    Luego he cogido el banco de preguntas del piloto.academy pero tampoco me parecen muy buenas, no entiendo por que cuando fallas alguna no te explican nada, ni te indexan a ningúna explicación, aunque lo puedo comprender, porque simplemente no tienen temario y es un banco de preguntas, pero empiezas a buscar el apartado donde pueda estar esa respuesta y en el temario que tengo de atplpilot no aparece, por lo que me da que pensar, en si el temario no es correcto, o el banco de preguntas la mitad son inventadas. O es que el temario del PPL es una birria y hay unos errores de traducción importantes.

    Lo que me hace llegar al siguiente punto, y es el punto de plantearme estudiar el PPL en inglés, por estos motivos:
    -Mi idea es hacer el ATPL por lo que al final tienes que acabar estudiando en inglés sí o sí, lo que implica igual «reaprender» algo de vocabulario.
    -El examen y preguntas no estará mal traducido, porque no estará traducido.

    No se cómo lo veis. Mi inglés es bueno, aunque podría ser mejor y estoy también buscando un curso de mejora de inglés aeronáutico, aunque eso ya es otro tema a tratar.

    Un saludo y gracias!

    Por cierto, soy bombero del aeropuerto de san sebastian, así que si alguno viene por aquí con algún vuelo, me podéis avisar que igual coincidimos!

    Por Brais el

    Buenos días:
    Os comento, me voy a presentar a mis dos últimos exámenes de PPL, en mi caso Procedimientos Operacionales y Principios de Vuelo. El caso es que es mi tercer intento para estas asignaturas. La primera vez fui con todas y gracias a la practica de examenpilotos aprobé seis de las nueve; en el segundo intento, de las tres que me quedaban sólo aprobé navegación (lo sé, dejar procedimientos operacionales y sacar navegación tiene tela, pero la practica es lo que tiene, por más que cambien la teoría, los ejercicios prácticos se resuelven igual…..)

    El caso es que de estas dos asignaturas, en los bancos, no solía fallar nada, si tal una pregunta esporádica por no fijarme o por la inercia de hacerlo rápido, pero raro era que no sacase un 100 en las practicas…. Pero al llegar la hora de la verdad, en los exámenes en Madrid, voy y suspendo las dos que mejor preparadas llevaba. Comentando con compañeros que se presentan a ATPL me dicen que están cambiando los bancos, y me recomiendan que haga las preguntas en inglés ya que a nivel nacional las preguntas nos las preparan sólo para nosotros mientras que a nivel Europa las preguntas son para todos iguales, y podría encontrar bancos con más facilidad, de entre los cuales me recomiendan hacerme el e-atpl.

    Tras esta larga introducción me queda concluir pidiendo consejo, si alguna persona se presentó recientemente a PV o PO en Madrid, qué me aconsejaría para ir bien preparado, ya que por motivos de distancia y trabajo, supone un gran esfuerzo para mi poder presentarme a los exámenes, y me gustaría in un poco más tranquilo, con la certeza de ir bien preparado.

    Un cordial saludo y gracias de antemano.

    Por Joel el

    Hola buenas tardes a todos. Llevo leyendo el foro desde hace una semana y hoy me he animado humildemente a escribir. Me estoy sacando el PPL y hemos terminado con PV. Veo que hay un montón de preguntas que salen en SENASA. Se agradece mil la ayuda. Teneis algun lugar donde pueda repasar PV? El lunes me apuntare a exámen pilotos para hacer test. Si me podeis ayudar también con algunas preguntas que salen en SENASA. Eternamente agradecido.

    Un gran saludo.
    Joel

    Por r.navartad el

    Buenas tardes a todos, este es mi primer mensaje en este hilo que tanto me está ayudando con mi PPL en camino al ATPL. Estoy empezando con los exámenes de escuela y en cuanto tenga unos 5 ó 6 aprobados, subiré a Madrid e intentaré comentaros por aquí qué me han preguntado para ayuda a futuros navegantes.

    Hoy os escribía para ver qué pensabais acerca de esta pregunta de Derecho:

    14 – Cuando se pone en evidencia que un avión tiene dificultades la decisión de iniciar las fases de alerta es una responsabilidad que recae sobre:

    A) Los centros operativos de control de tráfico aéreo <<<
    B) Los centros de coordinación de búsqueda y salvamento
    C) Los servicios de coordinación de tráfico aéreo
    D) Los organismos encargados del control y de la información de vuelo

    Me da como respuesta correcta la A pero pienso que es la D. ¿Puede ser?

    Tengo un millón más de dudas pero bueno, poco a poco.

    Un saludo y muchísimas gracias.

    Por Sea el

    Buenas, primeramente decir que gracias por este foro, yo voy a presentarme en diciembre a exámenes y creo que este foro va a ayudarme muchísimo, leyendo otras experiencias vuestras.

    Estoy mirando las preguntas que posteais pero quería pediros si alguien por favor me pudiese mandar bancos de preguntas, muchas gracias, animo y suerte a todos.
    anfibianorte@gmail.com

    En diciembre intentare quedarme con preguntas y postearlas, adelante chic@s!!

    Por videomanhattan el

    Buenos días a todos.

    Como la mayoría, éste es mi primer post en éste foro. El 12 y 16 de Diciembre me examino en Madrid de las primeras 6 asignaturas de PPL, CGA, Principios de Vuelo, Factores Humanos, Comunicaciones, Procedimientos Operacionales, Performance y Planificacion de vuelo.

    Me he apuntado a examenpilotos y he hecho todos tests y examenes por activa y por pasiva hasta la saciedad, aparte de haber estudiado todo el temario claro.

    Aún así estoy dudoso con respecto al banco de preguntas, de si siguen siendo las que actualmente salen en los últimos exámenes de SENASA, si tienen algo que ver o si son completamente distintas, o sólamente similares, etc

    Si alguien que se halla presentado recientemente y/o tenga banco de preguntas actuales, le agradecería me las enviara por email. Sería un gran favor que me haría. Igualmente, cuando

    Cuando me presente a los exámenes publicaré las preguntas que me salgan y poner mi granito de arena en la comunidad.

    Mi email es videomanhattan@hotmail.com (me llamo Juan Por cierto)
    Gracias a todos por toda la información del foro. Es de inestimable ayuda para todos los que empezamos esta gran aventura de convertirnos en pilotos.

    Por jcramirez el

    Hola! Me examino el proximo 2 de Diciembre de 2019 de 5 asignaturas en SENASA: Principios de Vuelo, Performance, Meteorologia, Factores Humanos y Comunicaciones. He estudiado y tambien he hecho y rehecho los tests de examenes piloto y Academy.pilot. Alguien que haya estado recientemente me puede decir preguntas que le hayan sorprendido o que le hayan llamado la atencion? He estado recogiendo preguntas en este foro pero la mayoria son de hace unos años. Mi correo es jcramirezppl@gmail.com

    En cuanto salga de los examenes escribire aqui lo que me ha caido.

    Muchisimas Gracias!

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