Movement Training Certification by TUPELO REGIONAL AIRPORT | Oct 18, 2023 | Uncategorized | 0 comments Movement Training – TRA Tupelo Regional Airport Movement Certification Quiz 1 / 51 A light gun emitting a flashing red light means ________. Clear the runway or taxiway immediately Stay where you are Return to the terminal immediately None of the above Answer Key 2 / 51 A light gun emitting a steady green light means ________. It’s okay to cross the runway or taxiway You should return to the terminal You may not proceed Help is on the way 3 / 51 Controllers may use a light gun to direct pilots or drivers ________. If radio communication fails At nighttime only During daylight hours only In bad weather 4 / 51 The phonetic alphabet uses a word instead of a letter ________. To avoid confusion in a radio transmission To make transmissions longer To make transmissions shorter None of the above 5 / 51 The phonetic alphabet uses ___________to avoid confusion in a radio transmission. Words instead of letters Letters instead of words A sentence instead of a word None of the above 6 / 51 Aviation uses the __________alphabet. Phonetic Arabic Roman English 7 / 51 When the controller responds with your call sign, ________. Select all that apply. State your location State your intentions Ask him or her to "Say again" None of the above 8 / 51 Use extreme caution when the controller says “go ahead,” because ________. It only means “state your request” It means your request was approved It means your request was denied None of the above 9 / 51 When communicating with the control tower, it is important to ________. Know and use proper terminology Keep your transmission brief and concise Think what you will say before calling the controller All of the above 10 / 51 What is the Ground Control frequency at Tupelo Regional Airport? 119.90 121.825 103.5 None of the above 11 / 51 Both you and air traffic control must be sure your communications ________. Are understood Are infrequent Are short None of the above 12 / 51 What is the Common Traffic Advisory frequency at Tupelo Regional Airport? 118.775 121.90 103.5 None of the above 13 / 51 Category ________ incursions are low-risk incidents with either no conflict potential or ample time or distance to avoid a collision. C or D A or B E or F 2 or 3 14 / 51 What is a runway incursion? Any unauthorized intrusion onto a runway, regardless of whether or not an aircraft presents a potential conflict Disobeying a speed limit Gaining permission to cross a runway None of the above 15 / 51 If you commit a runway incursion, immediately ________. Clear the runway Notify the control tower Notify the Airport Operations Director and your supervisor All of the above 16 / 51 An ILS consists of ________. A localizer and a glideslope antenna 1 large antenna TV monitors All of the above 17 / 51 Vehicles must stay clear of ILS critical areas unless ________. They have coordinated their movements with the control tower They are in a hurry They are sure no aircraft are nearby None of the above 18 / 51 Runway 18/36 has ________. An Instrument Landing System, or ILS A Global Positioning System An On-Star System None of the above 19 / 51 Runway hold lines identify the place on the Movement Area where a vehicle ________. Must stop if the driver doesn’t have clearance from the tower to enter the runway when the tower is open Must hurry across to avoid aircraft Must wait for an escort vehicle None of the above 20 / 51 Runway hold position markings are also called ________. Hold lines Rocker bars Stop and start lines Place holders 21 / 51 Which is the runway hold position marking? Two solid and two dashed yellow lines Two dashed lines Two solid lines One solid and one dashed line 22 / 51 Destination signs have black inscriptions on a yellow background and contain an arrow. True False 23 / 51 Direction signs always have ________. Arrows oriented to show the direction of the turn Yellow lettering White lettering None of the above 24 / 51 A taxiway location sign has ________. Yellow inscriptions on a black background Black writing on a yellow background White writing on a black background Black writing on a white background 25 / 51 Do not proceed past a runway hold position sign ________. Without clearance from the control tower when it’s open, or before announcing your intentions on the frequency when it’s closed Without looking both ways Without first stopping None of the above 26 / 51 The most common Mandatory Instruction sign signifies ________. A runway hold position A taxiway A taxiway feeder A ramp 27 / 51 A red sign with white lettering is ________. A Mandatory Instruction sign A speed limit sign A taxiway location sign None of the above 28 / 51 Movement Area signs are located ________. Next to runways and taxiways On the ramp only Next to runways only None of the above 29 / 51 Movement Area signs are __________for easy recognition. Color-coded Painted black Low to the ground None of the above 30 / 51 The types of Movement Area signs are Mandatory Instruction and ________. Location Direction Destination All of the above 31 / 51 You are not allowed to drive on taxiways or runways just to save time or for convenience, ________. Even if the surface is closed Unless you are really in a hurry Unless you are sure they are clear of aircraft During daylight hours 32 / 51 Vehicles are allowed on Movement Areas only for ________. Emergency response Operational necessity Training All of the above 33 / 51 Ground vehicles must use ________ where it is available. The perimeter roadway A taxiway A runway A fire lane 34 / 51 Parts of taxiway Charlie and Alpha are considered connectors when they move outside the main parallel taxiway Alpha. True False 35 / 51 Connecting taxiways are Alpha, Delta, Charlie, and Bravo. True False 36 / 51 Taxiway feeders and connectors are ________. Access points along the taxiways for entering and exiting taxiways and ramps Restricted to aircraft only Not used by aircraft None of the above 37 / 51 The taxiways have a ________ surrounding them. Safety area Security perimeter Black and white zippered line None of the above 38 / 51 Taxiways have _________ markings with a solid ________ centerline stripe. Yellow, yellow Blue, blue White, yellow White, yellow 39 / 51 Tupelo Regional Airport’s main taxiways are ________. Alpha, Kilo, Charlie, Juliet, Golf, and Echo 17, 35, 08, and 26 India, Juliet, Kilo and Lima Mike, November, Oscar and Papa 40 / 51 The edge lights on Runway 18/36 change from ________ for the last 2,000 feet. White to yellow Red to blue White to blue Red to white 41 / 51 You may only enter runway safety areas ________. With clearance from the air traffic control tower During daylight hours During hours of darkness You may never enter runway safety areas 42 / 51 Runway lights are ________. Predominantly white Always white Blue Yellow 43 / 51 Runways have runway ID markings located ________. At each end In the middle On one end only On the closest taxiway 44 / 51 Runway paint markings are ________. White Yellow Blue Red 45 / 51 Tupelo Regional Airport’s runway is ________. 18/36 20/38 22/40 10/28 46 / 51 Which line is on the Non-Movement Area side? Solid yellow line Dashed yellow line 47 / 51 Which marking separates the Movement Area from the Non-Movement Area? Show 4 pavement markings. Correct one is the solid yellow line next to a dashed yellow line. Other marking Other marking Other marking 48 / 51 The Movement Area includes ________. All runways and taxiways All ramps The cargo ramp only The tug drive only 49 / 51 At Tupelo Regional Airport, everything inside the ________ is in the AOA. Security perimeter Terminal Parking lots All of the above 50 / 51 The AOA is divided into the ________. Movement and Non-Movement areas Taxiway and runway sections Landing ramps and non-landing ramps None of the above 51 / 51 The Air Operations Area consists of portions of the airport used for ________. Landing of aircraft Taking off of aircraft Surface maneuvering of aircraft All of the above Your score is Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.