Q1. If the aircraft is flying nose heavy, which direction would you move the elevator trim tab?
A: Up to move elevator up
B: Down to move elevator up
C: Up to move elevator down
Q2. A split flap?
A: Forms part of the trailing edges lower surface when retracted
B: Forms part of the trailing edges upper surface when retracted
C: Forms part of the leading edges lower surface when retracted
Q3. What effect does lowering flaps to take off position setting have?
A: Reduces take-off speeds only
B: Reduces landing speed only
C: Reduces take off and landing speeds
Q4. Flight spoilers?
A: Can be used with differential ailerons to reduce adverse yaw in a turn
B: Can be deployed on the down going wing in a turn to increase lift on that wing
C: Can be used to decrease lift to allow controlled descent without reduction of airspeed
Q5. Due to the change of lift forces resulting from the extension of flaps in flight?
A: Nose should remain in the same position, maintaining same AOA
B: Nose should be raised, increasing AOA
C: Nose should be lowered, reducing AOA
Q6. If an aircraft moves in roll, it is moving about the?
A: Lateral axis
B: Longitudinal axis
C: Normal axis
Q7. AOA is the angle between chord line and?
A: Horizontal axis
B: Tip patch plane
Q8. What is a slot used for?
A: Increase AOA during approach
B: Increase the speed of airflow
C: To reinforce the boundary layer
Q9. Elevons combine the functions of both?
A: Rudder and elevator
B: Rudder and aileron
C: Elevator and aileron
Q10. How is the stabiliser automatically controlled in normal manual operation?
A: Mach/Speed trim
B: Pitch trim
C: Electric trim