Could You Fly VFR In Moorabbin? by pilot | Jul 27, 2017 | Education, Uncategorised | Do you think you’ve got what it takes to fly VFR in Moorabbin? Take the quiz and find out! Start the quiz! What is the minimum cloud separation in Class D airspace? 600m horizontal, 1000ft above, 500ft below 800m horizontal, 900ft above, 400ft below 800m horizontal, 1000ft above, 500ft below 1500m horizontal, 1000ft above and below Correct! Wrong! - What are the special VFR requirements? 1500m visibility, 500ft clouds 1600m visibility, clear of clouds 2000m visibility, clear of clouds 600m visibility, 1000ft clouds Correct! Wrong! - What are are the main VFR approach points from the YMMB training area? Carrum & GMH Parkmore & Sandown Brighton & Parkmore Moorabbin Oval & Academy Correct! Wrong! - What height do we depart and arrive at YMMB? 2000ft departure, 1500ft arrival 2000ft departure, 500ft arrival 2500ft departure, 3000ft arrival 1000ft departure, 1500ft arrival Correct! Wrong! - What frequency and transponder code do we set as we leave YMMB airspace and enter Class G airspace? 135.7, 1200 124.0, 0100 119.9, 3000 120.0, 7000 Correct! Wrong! - Coming inbound from the East of YMMB (runway 35R), which approach point and leg of the circuit do we join from? GMH, right base 35R Brighton, left base 35R GMH left base 35R Brighton, right base 35R Correct! Wrong! - Share the quiz to show your results ! Facebook Facebook Just tell us who you are to view your results ! Show my results >> Ignore & see my results >> Could You Fly VFR In Moorabbin? (bis) I got %%score%% of %%total%% right Share your results Facebook Facebook Twitter Google+ ↺ PLAY AGAIN !