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All Subjects of EASA Syllabus

The most complex preparation for theoretical exams packed with real exam-based questions.

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Test prep question bank with real exam-based questions from 2024 sittings for pilot exams using the latest ECQB. All feedback is processed promptly to ensure you have the most up-to-date study tool. Questions are sorted into subjects, areas, and learning objectives as defined in the EASA 2020 syllabus (Appendix to Annex I to ED Decision 2018/001/R) used in EASA member states in 2024.

Important note - always consult the information available at the official website of your CAA to find out which question bank structure they use. It may be possible that countries that are not EASA member states update their question banks to the newest EASA version.
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CONTAINS FOLLOWING EASA SUBJECTS
  • 010 - Air Law 010 Air Law
    • 010-01 International Law: Conventions, Agreements, Organizations
    • 010-02 Airworthiness of Aircraft
    • 010-03 Intentionally Left Blank
    • 010-04 Personnel Licensing
    • 010-05 Rules of the Air According to ICAO Annex 2 and SERA
    • 010-06 Aircraft Operations
    • 010-07 Air Traffic Services (ATS) and Air Traffic Management (ATM)
    • 010-08 Aeronautical Information Service (AIS)
    • 010-09 Aerdromes
    • 010-10 Facilitation (ICAO Annex 9)
    • 010-11 Search and Rescue (SAR)
    • 010-12 Security – Safeguarding International Civil Aviation against Acts of Unlawful Interference (ICAO Annex 17)
    • 010-13 Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation
  • 021 - Airframe Systems Electrics Power Plant 021 Airframe, Systems, Electrics, Power Plant
    • 021-01 System Design, Loads, Stress, Maintenance
    • 021-02 Airframe
    • 021-03 Hydraulics
    • 021-04 Landing Gear, Wheels, Tyres, Brakes
    • 021-05 Flight Controls
    • 021-06 Pneumatics - Pressurisation and Air Conditioning Systems
    • 021-07 Anti-Icing and De-Icing Systems
    • 021-08 Fuel System
    • 021-09 Electrics
    • 021-10 Piston Engines
    • 021-11 Turbine Engines
    • 021-12 Protection and Detection Systems
    • 021-13 Oxygen Systems
    • 021-14 Helicopter: Miscellaneous Systems
    • 021-15 Helicopter: Rotor Heads
    • 021-16 Helicopter: Transmissions
    • 021-17 Helicopter: Blades
  • 022 Instrumentation 022 Instrumentation
    • 022-01 Sensors and Instruments
    • 022-02 Measurement of Air Data Parameters
    • 022-03 Magnetism - Direct Reading Compass and Flux Valve
    • 022-04 Gyroscopic Instruments
    • 022-05 Inertial Navigation
    • 022-06 Aeroplane: Automatic Flight Control Systems
    • 022-07 Helicopter: Automatic Flight Control Systems
    • 022-08 Trims - Yaw Damper - Flight Envelope Protection
    • 022-09 Autothrust – Automatic Thrust Control System
    • 022-10 Communication Systems
    • 022-11 Flight Management System (FMS)/Flight Management and Guidance System (FMGS)
    • 022-12 Alerting Systems, Proximity Systems
    • 022-13 Integrated Instruments - Electronic Displays
    • 022-14 Maintenance, Monitoring and Recording Systems
    • 022-15 Digital Circuits and Computers
  • 031 Mass and Balance 031 Mass & Balance
    • 031-01 Purpose of Mass and Balance Considerations
    • 031-02 Loading
    • 031-03 Intentionally Left Blank
    • 031-04 Mass and Balance Details of Aircraft
    • 031-05 Determination of CG Position
    • 031-06 Cargo Handling
  • 032 Performance 032 + 034 Performance (Airplane + Helicopter)
    • 032-01 General
    • 032-02 CS-23/Applicable Operational Requirements Performance Class B - Theory
    • 032-03 CS-23/Applicable Operational Requirements Performance Class B – Use of Aeroplane Performance Data for Single- and Multi-engine Aeroplanes
    • 032-04 CS-25/Applicable Operational Requirements Performance Class A – Theory
    • 032-05 CS-25/Applicable Operational Requirements Performance Class A – Use of Aeroplane Performance Data
    • 034-01 General
    • 034-02 Performance Class 3 – Single-engine Helicopters
    • 034-03 Performance Class 2
    • 034-04 Performance Class 1 – Helicopters Certified According to CS-29 Only
  • 033 Flight Planning and Monitoring 033 Flight Planning & Monitoring
    • 033-01 Flight Planning for VFR Flights
    • 033-02 Flight Planning for IFR Flights
    • 033-03 Fuel Planning
    • 033-04 Pre-Flight Preparation
    • 033-05 ICAO Flight Plan (ATS Flight Plan (FPL))
    • 033-06 Flight Monitoring and In-Flight Re-Planning
  • 040 Human Performance and Limitations 040 Human Performance & Limitations
  • 050 Meteorology 050 Meteorology
    • 050-01 The Atmosphere
    • 050-02 Wind
    • 050-03 Thermodynamics
    • 050-04 Clouds and Fog
    • 050-05 Precipitation
    • 050-06 Air Masses and Fronts
    • 050-07 Pressure Systems
    • 050-08 Climatology
    • 050-09 Flight Hazards
    • 050-10 Meteorological Information
  • 061 General Navigation 061 General Navigation
    • 061-01 Basics of Navigation
    • 061-02 Visual Flight Rule (VFR) Navigation
    • 061-03 Great Circles and Rhumb Lines
    • 061-04 Charts
    • 061-05 Time
  • 062 Radio Navigation 062 Radio Navigation
    • 062-01 Basic Radio Propagation Theory
    • 062-02 Radio Aids
    • 062-03 Radar
    • 062-04 Intentionally Left Blank
    • 062-05 Intentionally Left Blank
    • 062-06 Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSSs)
    • 062-07 Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
  • 070 Operational Procedures 070 Operational Procedures
    • 071-01 General Requirements
    • 071-02 Special Operational Procedures and Hazards (General Aspects)
    • 071-03 Emergency Procedures (helicopter)
    • 071-04 Specialised Operations
  • 081 Principles of Flight 081 + 082 Principles of Flight (Airplane + Helicopter)
    • 081-01 Subsonic Aerodynamics
    • 081-02 High Speed Aerodynamics
    • 081-03 Stall, Mach Tuck and Upset Prevention and Recovery
    • 081-04 Stability
    • 081-05 Control
    • 081-06 Limitations
    • 081-07 Propellers
    • 081-08 Flight Mechanics
    • 082-01 Subsonic Aerodynamics
    • 082-02 Transonic Aerodynamics and Compressibility Effects
    • 082-03 Rotorcraft Types
    • 082-04 Main Rotor Aerodynamics
    • 082-05 Main Rotor Mechanics
    • 082-06 Tail Rotors
    • 082-07 Equilibrium, Stability and Control
    • 082-08 Helicopter Flight Mechanics
  • 090 Communications 090 Communications
    • 090-01 Concepts
    • 090-02 General Operating Procedures
    • 090-03 Relevant Weather Information
    • 090-04 Voice Communication Failure
    • 090-05 Distress and Urgency Procedures
    • 090-06 VHF Propagation and Allocation of Frequencies
    • 090-07 Other Communications
  • 100 KSA 100 Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSA)
 
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