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'Regs' or Regulations

student pilot can only fly solo if authorised by a licenced pilot
- false

a  person with private pilot licence (PPL) can accept payment for a joy flight as long as its on a cost sharing basis
- false

if not carrying passengers, a ppl can fly for more than eight hours in a day
- false

for flights less than 50 nautical miles, meteorology reports arent compulsory
- false

reserve fuel must be at least 20 mins worth
- false

turn right when you are approaching aircraft head on
- true

two planes converging, does the on left hand one has the right of way
- false

1500ft is the minimum height you can fly over built up areas, above the highest obstacle within 600m
- false

overflying airfields is at the minimum height of 1000ft
- False

as long as they have a parachute licence, you can drop parachutists out of a aircraft

- false


practising instrument flying under the hood, you must have a flying instructor with you

- false


aerobatics must be completed at a minimum of 1500ft agl

- false


you may not fly above cloud to remain vfr

- false


the semicircular height rule states, for vfr, aircraft heading between 000 and 179 degrees must fly at odd thousands plus 500ft

- true


flight level 95 is describing flying at 9500ft with 1013.2 in the altimeter sub scale

- true


transition altitude can be reached while climbing and transition level while descending

- true


15 minutes before sunset and after sunrise is daylight

- false