1) Where taxiway holding positions have not been established, aircraft waiting to enter an active runway should normally hold:

A) clear of the manoeuvring area.
B) 50 feet from the edge of the runway.
C) 150 feet from the edge of the runway.
D) 200 feet from the edge of the runway.
 

D) 200 ft see TC AIM-RAC 4.4.4   Taxi Holding Positions

2) When a NORDO aircraft crosses an airport for the purpose of obtaining landing information it should maintain:

A) Circuit height.
B) 1,000 feet above circuit height.
C) At least 2,000 feet AGL.
D) At least 500 feet above circuit height.
 

500 ft see TC AIM 4.4.5 Arrival Procedures – No Radio (NORDO) Aircraft
 

3) The amount of fuel and oil carried on board any helicopter at the commencement of a day VFR flight must be sufficient, to provide for foreseeable delays having been considered, to fly to the destination aerodrome,

A) and thereafter for 45 minutes at normal cruising speed.
B) then to a specified alternate and thereafter for 45 minutes at normal cruising speed.
C) and thereafter for 20 minutes at normal cruising speed.
D) then to a specified alternate and thereafter for 20 minutes at normal cruising speed.  

20 min at normal cruising speed. See CARS 602.88

4) If a flight plan is not filed, a flight itinerary must be filed:

A) for flights proceeding 25 NM or more from the point of origin.
B) only for flights in sparsely settled areas.
C) for flights destined to land at aerodromes or places other than the point of origin.
D) for all flights.
 

A. See CARS 602.73

5) On initial radio contact with an ATS unit the pilot shall transmit the:

A) type of aircraft and last four letters of the registration in phonetics.
B) last three letters of the registration in phonetics.
C) whole registration in phonetics.
D) type of aircraft and the last three letters of the registration in phonetics.  

A. See TC AIM 1.9.1.2 NOTE: Helicopter, glider and ultralight pilots may prefix their callsign with “HELICOPTER,” “GLIDER” or “ULTRALIGHT”. This practice fulfills the same purpose as stating the manufacturer’s name or type of aircraft and is an acceptable substitute.