Objective Airport Engineering Questions and Answers

Practice Test: Question Set - 10


1. The length of runway is increased per 300 m rise above M.S.L.
    (A) 3 %
    (B) 4 %
    (C) 5 %
    (D) 7 %

2. Pick up the correct statement from the following:
    (A) Landing speed is directly proportional to the wing loading
    (B) Wing loading remaining constant, the take off distance is directly proportional to the powder loading
    (C) Neither (a) nor (b)
    (D) Both (a) and (b)

3. From the end of an instrumental runway, the approach surface rises outwards
    (A) 1 in 20
    (B) 1 in 30
    (C) 1 in 40
    (D) 1 in 50

4. Pick up the component not applicable to aeroplanes
    (A) Wings
    (B) Engines
    (C) Air screw
    (D) None of these

5. Airport elevation is the reduced level above M.S.L. of
    (A) Control tower
    (B) Highest point of the landing area
    (C) Lowest point of the landing area
    (D) None of these

6. Pick up the correct abbreviation from the following:
    (A) L.M.M. (low powered middle marker)
    (B) V.H.F. (very high frequency)
    (C) L.O.M. (low powered outer marker)
    (D) All the above

7. The best direction of a runway is along the direction of
    (A) Longest line on wind rose diagram
    (B) Shortest line on the wind rose diagram
    (C) Line clear of wind rose diagram
    (D) None of these

8. International Civil Aviation Organization (I.C.A.O.) was set up at Montreal (Canada), in
    (A) 1929
    (B) 1939
    (C) 1947
    (D) 1950

9. For the taxiways, the following statement is true
    (A) The maximum longitudinal grade is 3%
    (B) The permissible rate of change of grade is 1%
    (C) The permissible transverse grade is 1.5%
    (D) All the above

10. If the width of the approach area near the runway end is 150 m, the width of the approach area at a distance of 3 kilometers from runway end will be
    (A) 1500 m
    (B) 1200 m
    (C) 1000 m
    (D) 800 m

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