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Welcome to our new section of Quizzes we are now offering to our members for free(thanks to the Sponsors that Provided them for us)!

Each Quiz will test your Knowledge of a variety of Aviation Questions and Grade you a Pass or Fail. It's very simple to use; all we ask is that you register with us for FREE so that we can keep track of stats on our site, and you will have unlimited access to all of the Online Aviation Quizzes. What are you waiting for? Sign up and test your knowledge today! No account yet?

   

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DAWSON CREEK RNAV (GNSS) RWY 24 Quiz 13 Questions - NEW April 27, 2010

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  rotorworks

Rotorworks Inc. is a helicopter flight
training school located in
Whitecourt, Alberta, Canada
that offers private and commercial
helicopter pilot license trainin

Helicopter Quizzes

Rotorworks Quiz 1 - 10 Questions
Rotorworks Quiz 2 - 10 Questions

 

 

VOR Simulator

This VOR Simulator will help you understand how VOR, VOR DME, LOC, ILS, LDA and a SDF works!

The VOR (VHF Omnidirectional Range) Simulator was designed to demonstrate the approximate indication that a VOR would display with varying positions of an aircraft in relation to certain navigational facilities.

Pitot Simulator

These include placing the Pitot Static System at different altitudes and changing parameters such as Temperature, Station Altitudes, Station Altimeter Settings, and seeing how this affects the readings of the Altimeter and Airspeed Indicator. The Altitudes selected in the simulation are True Altitudes even though pilots don't fly True Altitudes so that it is possible to compare the indicated results with something more concrete and real. This is the same reason why airspeeds selected are True Airspeeds.

 

A Pilot's Guide to In-Flight Icing

A course primarily intended for the general aviation pilot who flies aircraft certified for flight in icing, although much of the information is applicable to all pilots. With an operational focus, this course provides tools pilots can use to deal with in-flight icing.

Who should take this course?
Every pilot who could encounter in-flight icing.

What is covered in this course?
With an operational focus, this course provides tools pilots can use to deal with in-flight icing. Emphasis is on avoidance, detection and exit, as well as the effects of ice accretion on performance and handling and the particular hazard of Supercooled Large Droplet (SLD) icing.

How long will it take?
That depends on you. This course is fairly comprehensive; you may choose to go through the entire course from beginning to end, including exploring the accident links, pilot testimonials and other related information in roughly 4-6 hours. The total time will be much shorter if you skip certain sections or jump directly to sections that interest you most.

A Pilot's Guide to In-Flight Icing - Go take the Free Course

A Pilot's Guide to Ground Icing

A course primarily intended for pilots who make their own operational de-icing and anti-icing decisions. This includes private pilots as well as those who fly business, corporate, air taxi, or freight operations in fixed-wing aircraft.

Who should take this course?
Every pilot who could encounter ground icing - whether their aircraft needs to be cleaned or protected from frozen contamination.

What is covered in this course?
The problems caused by ground icing
When you are likely to encounter ground icing
The basics about aircraft de/anti-icing fluids
How to de-ice and anti-ice your aircraft

How long will it take?
That depends on you. This course is designed to let you determine what you need to know given the type of flying that you do. You can spend as litle as 60 minutes going through the highlights, but you can take much longer (2-3 hours) if you explore all related information and interactive features.

Please select one of the options below to access the course and related materials.

A Pilot's Guide to Ground Icing - Go take the Free Course

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