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1. On final of the approach I realize the wind shifted and I will land downwind, what I should do?


2. The pressure at sea level…


3. What does the term Average Chord describes?


4. You are at the takeoff that is 1300m AMSL and the valley below is at 150m AMSL, the manufacturer indicates the glider has 8:1 glide ratio. What is the farthest distance you can fly?


5. To become an advanced XC pilot, does the pilot requires training in SIV?


6. What does the following symbol describes?


7. What does the abbreviation AGL stands for?


8. Is it possible to fly during the night with a paraglider?


9. Which cloud form is an indicator for good thermals?


10. The term dew point is defined in meteorology as


11. When you operate the speed system…


12. An isobar is a line connecting point of


13. Who has the right of way in thermals?


14. What is the worst ageing agent for the fabric?


15. Which approach should a pilot take in zero wind when he realises on the base leg that he is too high?


16. When a pilot is the first to arrive at the scene of an accident, which of the following set of questions is correct:


17. Which classes of airspace in general can paragliders use without seeking prior permission?


18. Which of the approach defined as downwind leg?


19. You are planning to launch from a hill at 400m AMSL and the airspace sectional chart describes the area as FL250/55. What is your permitted altitude to fly?


20. The term Angle of Attack represents the angle between…


21. In which direction will the fabric get most deformities while ageing?


22. The dis-advantages of pod harnesses are:



When the distance between isobars is small, it means that…


24. When a paraglider is flown with maximum load, the stall occurs…


25. Which of the following is the correct order for the 6 point check on take off?


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