Quiz: ADS-B Rules and Regulations

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Since the ADS-B mandate took full effect in 2020 there still some confusion looming about the limitations about this portion of the FAA’s NextGen system. Can you answer all these questions correctly and prove you’re qualified to fly in the National Airspace System?

You have a flight planned from Currituck Co. airport (area 3) to Norfolk International airport (area 1). What additional equipment is your airplane required to have, if any?
You have a flight planned from Currituck Co. airport (area 3) to Norfolk International airport (area 1). What additional equipment is your airplane required to have, if any?
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ADS-B Out equipment is required when flying:
ADS-B Out equipment is required when flying:
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Unless otherwise authorized, which situation requires Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)?
Unless otherwise authorized, which situation requires Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)?
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You depart from Wood Co. airport (1G0 - area 5) and head northbound at 1,600' MSL under the Toledo Class C airspace to circle your house. Is the flight legal if the ADS-B system on your airplane was marked inoperative in the maintenance log?
You depart from Wood Co. airport (1G0 - area 5) and head northbound at 1,600' MSL under the Toledo Class C airspace to circle your house. Is the flight legal if the ADS-B system on your airplane was marked inoperative in the maintenance log?
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You are flying along the coastline at 7,000' under the 9,000' MSL Class B shelf southeast bound (area 4). Are you required to have an ADS-B Out system?
You are flying along the coastline at 7,000' under the 9,000' MSL Class B shelf southeast bound (area 4). Are you required to have an ADS-B Out system?
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You are performing a test flight in the vicinity of Onawa airport (K36) at 11,000' MSL. What additional equipment does the aircraft need to have installed?
You are performing a test flight in the vicinity of Onawa airport (K36) at 11,000' MSL. What additional equipment does the aircraft need to have installed?
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You are flying from Gnoss Field Airport (DVO) to the private airport of San Rafael at 3,500' to meet your friend. What additional equipment does your aircraft need, if any?
You are flying from Gnoss Field Airport (DVO) to the private airport of San Rafael at 3,500' to meet your friend. What additional equipment does your aircraft need, if any?
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Which of the following avionics equipment is required to be installed in your airplane to fly in Class A airspace?
Which of the following avionics equipment is required to be installed in your airplane to fly in Class A airspace?
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Your planned flight overflies the Class C Sacramento International airport (SMF) from west to east at a cruising altitude of 9,500' MSL. Does the flight require ADS-B out equipment?
Your planned flight overflies the Class C Sacramento International airport (SMF) from west to east at a cruising altitude of 9,500' MSL. Does the flight require ADS-B out equipment?
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When flying through the lateral and vertical boundaries of Class C or B airspace, what additional equipment is your aircraft required to have installed, if any?
When flying through the lateral and vertical boundaries of Class C or B airspace, what additional equipment is your aircraft required to have installed, if any?
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You have a flight planned from Auburn airport (AUN - area 8) to Sacramento Mather airport (MHR - area 6) at 4,500' MSL. What additional avionics equipment must your aircraft have installed?
You have a flight planned from Auburn airport (AUN - area 8) to Sacramento Mather airport (MHR - area 6) at 4,500' MSL. What additional avionics equipment must your aircraft have installed?
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