This package provides you with an up-to-date questionbank of more than 8.000 ATPL questions according to EASA (former JAA).

Air Law

In this catalogue you have to prove your knowledge about subtopics like rules of the air, personnel licensing, AIS and Publications, Search and Rescure (SAR), accidents and investigation, acts of unlawful interference and conventions and agreements.

The subject Air Law contains 355 questions and 12 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Airframe/ Systems/ Power Plant

This catalogue provides you with questions out of technical aspects of an airplane’s structure and systems, flight control systems, hydraulic devices and design limits. In addition to that, construction, function and operation of both piston and gas turbine engines will be covered. Auxiliary jet systems, efficiency of jet propulsion is rounding off this database.

The subject Airframe/ Systems/ Power Plant contains 709 questions and 14 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Instruments/ Electronics

This catalogue is covering questions regarding the analogue, digital or electronic forms of presentation in the cockpit. Consequently aircraft instrumentation and automatic flight control systems are covered.  In addition basic DC circuits up to advanced aircraft electrical systems are included. 

The subject Instruments/ Electronics contains 883 questions and 14 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Mass and Balance

In this catalogue you have to prove your knowledge about cargo handling, load and trim sheets, mass calculations, mass limitations, mass definitions and determination of the centre of gravity.

The subject Mass and Balance contains 205 questions and 6 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Performance

In this catalogue you will find questions referring to engine theory, fundamental mathematics, principles of flight, take-off-, climb-, cruise-, approach- and landing performance. Moreover landing field conditions considerations are covered next to energy management.

The subject Performance contains 360 questions and 5 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Flight Planing and Monitoring

This catalogue covers a wide range of questions out of VFR and IFR Navigation, fuel planning, meteorological preparation, point of equal time and point of safe return calculations, ATS flight planning and flight monitoring. 

The subject Flight Planing and Monitoring contains 540 questions and 8 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Human Performance and Limitations

This catalogue provides you with a wide question bank with regard to human factors, diseases, vision, hearing and sensory system, health and flight physiology. In this regard terms like hypoxia, altitude sickness, rapid decompression, optical illusions, vertigo and crew coordination should be familiar to you.

The subject Human Performance and Limitations contains 839 questions and 10 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Meteorology

This catalogue fosters an understanding of the fundamentals of meteorology such as the effects of pressure, density and temperature in the atmosphere. In addition stability, cloud formation and precipitation are covered. A sound knowledge of wind and jet streams, thunderstorms, icing, windshear, turbulence, fog and altitude calculations are required to solve these tasks.

The subject Meteorology contains 1222 questions and 17 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

General Navigation

This catalogue requires you to have and understanding of calculations of distance, direction, speed and time. Furthermore competency and knowledge of true altitude computations is a must have. In addition detailed understanding of maps and charts, the navigation calculator, chart projections, Inertial Navigations Systems, plotting, grid navigation, time definitions and many more is required. Here we provide you with a step-by-step explanation and solution of each task!

The subject General Navigation contains 420 questions and 9 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Radio Navigation

This catalogue covers the basics from wave theory to the application of radio aids for navigation and precision and non- precision approaches. Radar principles, primary and secondary surveillance radar, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and Area Navigation Systems (RNAV) are also covered next to IFR route flying and basic instrument procedures.

The subject Radio Navigation contains 500 questions and 6 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Operational Procedures

In this catalogue we are covering general requirements, OPS regulations, long range flights, grid navigation, special operational procedures and hazards and transport of dangerous goods. A significant part is related to windshear, fire, pressurisation failure and icing.

The subject Operational Procedures contains 395 questions and 5 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

Principles of Flight

This catalogue provides you with questions from practical aspects of low and high speed flight, flight controls, lift augmentation, aeroplane stability and design, and the aerodynamic aspects of propellers. Furthermore fundamental laws and definitions are implemented like drag, lift, polar diagrams and transonic Mach Effects only to mention some.

The subject Principles of Flight contains 1138 questions and 9 Subcategories. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

IFR Communications

In this catalogue we cover basic principles of VHF and HF communication. Thus all aspects of radiotelephony phraseology in the aerodrome, approach, area and radar control environment are included. Furthermore distress and urgency procedures as well as the procedures to follow in the event of a communication failure are covered. 

The subject IFR Communications contains 290 questions and 1 Subcategory. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

VFR Communications (German)

In this catalogue we cover basic principles of VHF and HF communication. Thus all aspects of radiotelephony phraseology in the aerodrome, approach, area and radar control environment are included. Furthermore distress and urgency procedures as well as the procedures to follow in the event of a communication failure are covered. 

The subject VFR Communications (German) contains 254 questions and 1 Subcategory. It is part of the EASA ATPL Package (former JAA) package.

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