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Canadian Study and Reference Guide - Pilot Permit -
Study and Reference Guide
Pilot Permit - Ultra-light Aeroplane
Notice: The Ultralight pilot requirements and study guide have changed
this year (07). As a result this web test and questions are no longer valid. However, you may
wish to do it anyway.
Applicants who apply for a Pilot Permit for ultra-light aeroplanes,
shall pass a Department of Transport written examination (ULTRA).
Applicants should research the references provided to determine the correct response to
the questions rather than being provided with the answers and resorting to rote learning.
Some subject areas are:
- Canadian Aviation Regulations
- Air Traffic Control Clearances and Instructions
- Air Traffic Control procedures as they apply to the control of VFR traffic
- Air Traffic procedures at uncontrolled aerodromes and airports
- Special VFR Regulations
- Communication procedures
- Ground blast areas
- Wake turbulence
- Weight and Balance
- Human Factors
- Aviation Occurrences
We've cooked up an online test based on the (old) Guide. You can try it to see if you are
ready! (This test was put up here in 2000.)
Actually there are two versions. The first version works with older browsers, and doesn't
change. The second version will work with ver4 or later browsers (uses DHTML) and changes
the answer order and even the order of questions, so that you don't get used to where the
answer is (eg; the third one or the second one. etc.).
Click here to start!
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