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Test - PL A

1. Larger part of lift is generated:

2. In a steady gliding flight there is a balance between:

3. How the speed system works?

4. The optimal gliding ratio can be flown:

5. The paraglider glide ratio is defined as:

6. The wing aspect ratio:

7. The resultant aerodynamic force consists of:

8. If the angle of attack increases, the forward speed:

9. Which of the following cloud types are a sign of unstable air mass?

10. Which of the following types of cloud is considered middle level clouds in the temperate latitudes?

11. What prevents the air flow from areas of high pressure directly into the area of low air pressure?

12. Cooling speed of rising air saturated with water vapor is less than of unsaturated air because:

13. The change of physical state water - water vapor is called:

14. Among the typical local winds belongs the wind called "Föhn":

15. Thermal turbulence originates:

16. The take off control includes:

17. Spiral is performed by:

18. By releasing the speed system the flight speed is:

19. So called escaping maneuvers include:

20. The take off direction and place choice is subject to:

21. In stronger wind it is better to take off:

22. Geographical meridian is:

23. Magnetic course is measured:

24. 045 degrees is direction:

25. Magnetic north is a direction given by:

26. 10 cm in map with 1 : 200 000 scale refers of real distance:

27. The difference between UTC and Central European (CET) time is:

28. During ground handling training the glider lifts the pilot above the ground in a wind gust unexpectedly. The correct procedure is:

29. Your last choice for emergency landing would always be:

30. During flight a pilot should have his cellphone (if it is available):

31. Before a landing into still water it is necessary:

32. If one side of canopy is stalled, the pilot should:

33. Use the reserve parachute without hesitating:

34. The minimum allowed flight visibility in class E airspace is:

35. A pilot must always have:

36. Airdrome traffic zone (ATZ) is of such dimensions:

37. Flying above a gathering of people at such a height that would not allow a safe landing in case of danger without endangering pilots or people on the ground is:

38. The aircraft, that is obliged by the rules to give way to another aircraft, must:

39. The dangerous airspace (LKD) is is an area where flying is:

40. A pilot must have a valid pilot's license on him:

41. Risers are:

42. A paraglider is the most damaged by:

43. During ridge soaring after a collapse about 10 meters above ground a pilot landed hard on his left side; He is obviously shaken, however gets up, then collapses, is pale, reports pain in his hip, shakes, he wants to sleep, a little confused, but strictly refuses an offered call for an ambulance. The procedure will be:

44. Resuscitation (animation) is needed to be performed if the afflicted:

45. An afflicted suddenly collapsed during the ascent of the hill, he is lying down not moving, takes a deep breath about once in twenty seconds. Another witness of the incident tries to feel pulse on his neck and reports weak and rapid pulse. It is necessary to call for help immediately and:

46. In improvised conditions fracture fixing is:

47. During an improvised transport of an afflicted:

48. Clearing the airway of unconscious patient is done primarily using:

49. To prevent heat loss the most effective is:

50. A pilot should have his mobile phone: