ATPL Law (AALW)

AALW  1.5 hour exam, 80% pass mark.

ATPL Air Law 1

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items 1 to 2.3.2

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Air Law 2

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items 2.4 to 2.4.2 (d)(ii)

Do 25 of approx 37 questions

ATPL Air Law 3

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items 2.5 to 2.5.4 (g)

Do 25 of approx 42 questions

ATPL Air Law 4

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items 2.6.1 to 2.7.6 (b)

Do 25 of approx 35 questions

ATPL Air Law 5

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items  2.7.6 (c) to 2.8.3 (a) (vi)

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Air Law 6

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items  2.8.4 to 2.8.5 (a) (iv)

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Air Law 7

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items  2.8.5 (b) (i) to 2.8.7

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Air Law 8

ATPL Air Law Practice Exam Questions

Unit 1.5.14 Items   2.8.7 to 2.14 (p)

Do 20 of approx 30 questions

ATPL Air Law 30 Random

30 Random Questions From All ATPL Law

ATPL Air Law Helicopter

Questions for all ATPL pilots, as its a common exam. Covers the one helicopter syllabus point only.

ATPL Air Law Aeroplane

Questions for all ATPL pilots, as its a common exam. Covers the one aeroplane syllabus points only.

CASA Nominated Reference Material:

CASR, CAR, CAO, AIP complete, CAAPs*

Flight Rules and Air Law for the Air Transport Pilot
by Aviation Theory Centre

ATPL Law All Categories Common Syllabus - Aero and Heli

ATPL Law Aeroplane Syllabus (tiny)

ATPL Law Helicopter Syllabus (tiny)

CASA Permitted Material (check CASA website for latest):

  • CAR 1988
  • CASR Part 61
  • CAO 20-95.2
  • AIP Book
  • ERSA complete
  • AUS PCA
  • All ERC High and Low and TAC
  • DAPs East and West

https://www.casa.gov.au/standard-page/atpl-exams

What Is Examined?

1.1 The Air Law examination tests Unit 1.5.14 and 1.5.15 of Schedule 3 of the
MOS, but may include items from earlier Units, which are common to both
the Helicopter and Aeroplane. In particular the following items:
• Item 2.2 Aircraft Nationality and Registration.
• Item 2.3 Airworthiness of Aircraft.
• Item 2.4 Personnel Licensing.
• Item 2.5 Rules of the Air.
• Item 2.6 Procedures for Air Navigation.
• Item 2.7 Air Traffic Services.
• Item 2.8 Rules of the Air and Air Traffic Services
• Item 2.9 Aeronautical Information Service
• Item 2.10 Aerodromes.
• Item 2.11 Facilitation.
• Item 2.12 Search and Rescue.
• Item 2.13 Security.
• Item 2.14 Aircraft Accidents and Incidents.
• Item 2.15 Air Service Operations.

1.2 Generally questions are based on multi-crew, turbine powered, high altitude,
high speed aircraft, with emphasis being placed on the knowledge required of
the pilot in command.

1.2.1 These questions will mainly test rules and procedures pertaining to IFR Charter
and RPT flights, both domestic and international. However, candidates are
expected to possess a very sound foundation of Private and VFR operations.

1.2.2 The examination is organised along an 'open-book' format, but candidates will
be required in some questions to exercise a high level of competency in
'factual recall' on the basic rules and procedures in order to answer the questions
within the time permitted.

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