Quiz: Brush Up On Communications

How much do you know about communications, ATC clearances and non-towered airports? Take our quiz to find out.

As standard operating practice, all inbound traffic to an airport without a control tower should continuously monitor the appropriate facility from a distance of
As standard operating practice, all inbound traffic to an airport without a control tower should continuously monitor the appropriate facility from a distance of
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An ATC clearance provides
An ATC clearance provides
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When making routine transponder code changes, pilots should avoid inadvertent selection of which codes?
When making routine transponder code changes, pilots should avoid inadvertent selection of which codes?
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When an air traffic controller issues radar traffic information in relation to the 12-hour clock, the reference the controller uses is the aircraft's
When an air traffic controller issues radar traffic information in relation to the 12-hour clock, the reference the controller uses is the aircraft's
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If instructed by ground control to taxi to Runway 9R, the pilot may proceed
If instructed by ground control to taxi to Runway 9R, the pilot may proceed
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