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Old 23rd Jun 2018, 08:12
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Join Date: Jun 2018
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DGCA ATPL ORAL QUE

Originally Posted by Prop.Time View Post
An appeal to all those who have cleared/ appeared for the Oral part of the ATPL Examination which the Indian DGCA conducts from time to time :

Kindly take some time out, try to recollect and post a few questions here, that you were asked on that fateful day.

Could be anything ranging from a general idea as to how the session progressed to verbatim questions as barked out by the people on the panel.

---All in an effort to try an create a bank of questions, which could prove useful to the others in our fraternity.

Hello Aviators,

following are some of the ques asked in recently DGCA ATPL ORALS - JUNE 2018,
For Only CPL holders without type rating,


1. What is VMCA
2. What is VMCG
3. RVSM
4. EGPWS and GPWS differences
5. VOR and DVOR difference
6. Propogation
7. Modulation
8. Polarisation
9. What will be the ALTIMETER reading error on Static tube blockage
10. ISOGONAL
11. ISOBAR
12. SKIP DISTANCE
13. DEAD SPACE
14. TCAS
15. ILS components.

these are a FEW of many DGCA ques so I suggest do prepare these with other ques too.

thanks and All the Best ! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

-Amit Karad.
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Old 24th Jun 2018, 09:40
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Hi guys,

Can some one share questions asked in CHENNAI @june 2018 ?

Thanks in advance
Pavan.
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Old 17th Nov 2018, 07:56
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Anyone have any questions from the last july attempt ?
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Old 25th Apr 2019, 05:05
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Atpl viva

Originally Posted by Bored_Aviator View Post
Anyone have any questions from the last july attempt ?
Bored_Aviator or anyone who attempted the last viva sessions... Could you kindly payp questions that were asked?
Is there any change in pattern?

Thanks in advance
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Old 6th May 2019, 10:19
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Some of the questions I was asked in Radio Aids and Instrumentation:
1) Why is there a negative number indicated on the Radio Altimeter readout? What happens to this number at touch down and after strut compression?
2) What are the errors of Radio Altimeter?
3) What happens when you put the IRS switch to align and leave it there? why does it start flashing after sometime?
4) Advantages of IRS over INS
5) What are the limitations of IRS? What are the north and south latitude limitations? Why is the south latitude less than North?
6) If you are in 'Unsafe landing Configuration' and get an RA (resolution advisory) what would you do. [This was supposed to mean Unsafe terrain closure when not in landing config]
7) If you have an engine failure and notice an A/C on reciprocal heading at same level what will be your action?
8) What is the bypass ratio of your a/c?
9) What is the priority between Stall, Wind shear, GPWS, TCAS?
10) Explain the working of a conventional Mach Meter.
11) If static port is blocked, what would the ASI read in descent and why? What is the consequence of such a reading.

Some of the questions asked in Gen Navigation:
1) What is RNAV? What is RNP? What is PBN? What is the difference between RNAV and RNP?
2) Explain the basic workings of the GPS system. What is RAIM?
3) Explain the basic working of IRS?
4) What is a Nautical mile? How much is it in feet? How much is 1 km in feet?
5) In case of Nav accuracy down grade in RNP how will you be notified?
6) What is True/ Magnetic/ Compass North?
7) What is GAGAN?
8) Takeoff segments and requirements.
9) Jeppesen en route chart symbols.

These are all the questions I remember.
Would really appreciate the answers of Radio Aids questions: 1, 2, 3, 5 with references if possible.
Thanks & all the best.


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Old 9th May 2019, 08:09
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Originally Posted by DJ Flyboy View Post
Some of the questions I was asked in Radio Aids and Instrumentation:
1) Why is there a negative number indicated on the Radio Altimeter readout? What happens to this number at touch down and after strut compression?
2) What are the errors of Radio Altimeter?
3) What happens when you put the IRS switch to align and leave it there? why does it start flashing after sometime?
4) Advantages of IRS over INS
5) What are the limitations of IRS? What are the north and south latitude limitations? Why is the south latitude less than North?
6) If you are in 'Unsafe landing Configuration' and get an RA (resolution advisory) what would you do. [This was supposed to mean Unsafe terrain closure when not in landing config]
7) If you have an engine failure and notice an A/C on reciprocal heading at same level what will be your action?
8) What is the bypass ratio of your a/c?
9) What is the priority between Stall, Wind shear, GPWS, TCAS?
10) Explain the working of a conventional Mach Meter.
11) If static port is blocked, what would the ASI read in descent and why? What is the consequence of such a reading.

Some of the questions asked in Gen Navigation:
1) What is RNAV? What is RNP? What is PBN? What is the difference between RNAV and RNP?
2) Explain the basic workings of the GPS system. What is RAIM?
3) Explain the basic working of IRS?
4) What is a Nautical mile? How much is it in feet? How much is 1 km in feet?
5) In case of Nav accuracy down grade in RNP how will you be notified?
6) What is True/ Magnetic/ Compass North?
7) What is GAGAN?
8) Takeoff segments and requirements.
9) Jeppesen en route chart symbols.

These are all the questions I remember.
Would really appreciate the answers of Radio Aids questions: 1, 2, 3, 5 with references if possible.
Thanks & all the best.
1- is the residual height as RA is calibrated to read Zero on first contact of the lowest part of the undercarriage ie the wheels in extended condition.
after the strut is compressed thatís when u get th -ve value ie the residual height.
2. 3% error or +or- 1 feet which ever is higher. So 2450 to 33feet is 3% and below 33ft is 1ft.
3. IRS will align but it will not complete the alignment because there is no position entered. Thatís why itís flashing because of no present position.
5. Limitations north 70-85deg from 90W to 120w and above 85N 0 to 180E/W.
south 60 to 85 from 120 E to 160E and below 85s itís 0 to 180 E/W
its higher because of the earths magnetic pole and the poles are not exactly opposite and these areas are magnetic cut out regions so irs will not give you magnetic heading.


Hope this is good enough was this in delhi oral..
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Old 8th Aug 2019, 03:38
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Join Date: Aug 2019
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Oral examination

Question I remember was:
What are the flight regions in India
Difference between QNH, QFE and QNE
What India's airports has CAT II landing approach
Flight duty times
Alcohol tolerance
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM ALTITUDE AN AIRPLANE CAN FLY???
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Old 12th Sep 2019, 05:53
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: aeoroko
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Delhi August 2019

Hi I had my orals for radio aids and these were the questions asked to me
1)What is apparent wander?
2) what is the difference between ins and irs
3) explain ring [email protected] gyro
4) errors in a compass
5) rvsm requirements
6) gpws questions?

All the best
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