Quiz: NZ VFR Rules - PT1 & CPL

Questions related to VFR in New Zealand lifted from CAR Part 91 Subpart D and AIP ENR 1.2. Useful when preparing for PT1 or your CPL tests.

While I have tried to ensure the information in this quiz is accurate, it is your own responsibility to check it against your airline / manufacturer manuals. With that said, if you spot any obvious errors then please let me know the question number and I'll aim to put it right!

Q4126 A pilot-in-command of an aeroplane must not begin a flight under
VFR unless, in the forecast weather conditions, the aeroplane has enough
fuel to fly to the first point of intended landing at the planned normal
cruising speed and to fly after that point of intended landing for at least:

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Q4124 VFR minima at aerodromes in uncontrolled airspace; by night:

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Q4129 When away from any congested area of a city, town, or settlement, or any open air assembly of persons, a pilot-in-command of an aircraft must not operate the aircraft under
VFR:

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Incorrect!

Q4117 Met minima when flying in Class G airspace below 3,000 ft AMSL is:

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Incorrect!

Q4120 Met minima when flying in Class C,D,E airspace below 10,000 ft AMSL is:

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Q4130 VFR cruising levels must be adhered to when flying:

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Q4128 When over any congested area of a city, town, or settlement, or over any open air assembly of persons, a pilot-in-command of an aircraft must not operate the aircraft under
VFR:

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Q4118 Met minima when flying in Class G airspace above 3,000 ft AMSL is:

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Q4125 A pilot-in-command of an aircraft may perform a VFR operation within a
control zone in met conditions below those required (Special VFR) when the ceiling and flight visibility is at least:

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Q4131 A pilot is tracking 089° from Hamilton to Rotorua at an altitude greater than 3000ft AMSL. Select an appropriate VFR cruising altitude:

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Q4121 Met minima when flying in Class C,D,E airspace below 10,000 ft AMSL and in a control zone is:

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Incorrect!

Q4119 Met minima when flying in Class G airspace above 10,000 ft AMSL is:

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Q4122 VFR minima at aerodromes within a control zone:

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Q4127 A pilot-in-command of an aeroplane must not begin a flight under
VFR unless, in the forecast weather conditions, the aeroplane has enough
fuel to fly to the first point of intended landing at the planned normal
cruising speed and to fly after that point of intended landing for at least:

Correct!

Incorrect!

Q4123 VFR minima at aerodromes in uncontrolled airspace; by day:

Correct!

Incorrect!