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-A 1211 halon fire-extinguisher can be used for: 1. a paper fire 2. a fabric fire 3. an electric fire: 1-2-3-4-5

-A class A fire is a fire of: solid material, generally of organic nature

-A life jacket is mandatory for any passenger on board an aeroplane flying away from the shore by more than : 50 NM

-A runway covered with 4 mm thick water, is said to be: Contaminated

-A runway is considered to be contaminated when its surface is covered for more than : 25 % with compacted snow

-According DOC 4444 (ICAO), a wake turbulence non-radar separation minima of 2 minutes shall be applied to : MEDIUM aircraft landing behind a HEAVY aircraft

-After a landing, with overweight and overspeed conditions, the tyres and brakes are extremely hot. The fireguards should approach the landing gear tyres: only from front or rear side

-Air traffic services may require an aircraft to report position when flying east-west, south of 70°N between 5°W and 65°W, every: 10° of longitude

-An aircraft which experiencies a headwind of 40 kt while making its way towards the centre of a microburst may expect, when crossing the microburst, to face a windshear of: 80 kt

-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 7 to 30 seats must be equipped with at least: 1 hand fire-extinguisher conveniently located in the passenger compartment.

-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is greater than 600 seats must be equipped with at least: 8 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment

-Assuming contaminated runway conditions, if an aeroplane's mainwheel tyre pressure is 195psi., the approximate speed above which dynamic hydroplaning may occur in the event of applying brakes is : 126 kt

-At the alternate aerodrome, the commander of a turbojet engined aeroplane should have a fuel quantity (final reserve) sufficient for flying during : 30 minutes at holding flight speed at 1500 ft

-DOC 4444 (ICAO) establishes, that wake turbulence separation minima shall be based on a grouping of aircraft types into three categories according to the maximum certificated take-off mass. Heavy (H) Category, are all aircraft types of : 136 000 Kg or more

-During a de-icing/anti-icing procedure carried out in two stages, the waiting time starts: at the beginning of the second stage (anti-icing stage).

-During a flight to Europe, planned in MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace, you expect to cross the 30°W meridian at 00H30 UTC ; you will then normally be ; out of the validity period of organised flight track system

-EU/JAR-OPS 1 establishes that, a co-pilot is not assigned to operate at the flight controls during take-off and landing unless : he has operated as pilot-in-command or as co-pilot at the controls during take-off and landing of the type to be used in the preceding 90 days

-Following an explosive decompression, the maximum altitude without oxygen at which flying efficiency is not impaired is : 8000 feet

-For an operation in MNPS airspace along notified special routes unless otherwise specified, an aircraft must be equipped with at least: One Long Range Navigation System (LNRS).

-For the flight crew members, quick donning type of oxygen masks are compulsory on board any pressurized aeroplane operating at a pressure altitude above : 25 000 ft

-If cabin altitude increases during level flight, the differential pressure :decreases

-If it exists, the M.M.E.L. (Master Minimum Equipment List) is drawn up by : the manufacturer / the type certificate holder

-In a ditching situation, the passenger life jackets will be inflated : when leaving the airplane

-In a microburst combined with a violent storm the winds at :low altitude diverge from the center of the phenomenon and the atmospheric pressure increases by a few hectopascals.

-In accordance with EU/JAR-OPS 1, an airplane whose maximum take-off mass exceeds 5 700 kg or whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is greater than 9 seats and smaller than 200 seats must be equipped with a: crash axe or a crow-bar in the pilot compartment

-In accordance with EU/JAR-OPS 1, an operator shall ensure that all relevant operational and technical information for a individual flight is preserved on ground for a predetermined period of time. Consequently, if practicable, a copy of the operational flight plan shall be retained, during at least : 3 months

-In addition to the languages required by the State of Origin, what language should be set for the markings related to dangerous goods : English

-In case of a hi-jack, the squawk code is :7500

-In NAT region, a revised estimate should be transmitted to the ATS when the estimated time for the next position has changed by : 3 minutes or more

-In the event of an en-route HF communication failure in an MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace, the appropriate VHF frequency for air to air communications is : 123.45 MHz

-In VFR public transport on an aircraft for which the flight manual inidicates a minimum crew of one pilot, when do the regulations require the presence of a second pilot ? never

-Information concerning evacuation procedures can be found in the : . operation manual

-Mist in the cabin, pressure and temperature drop characterise: a fast depressurization.

-MNPS is the abbreviation for: Minimum Navigation Performance Specification

-On board a non-pressurised aircraft, 10% of the passengers shall be supplied with oxygen throughout the entire flight time, after 30 minutes at pressure altitude greater than : 10 000 ft but not exceeding 13 000 ft

-On board a non-pressurized aircraft, the crew and all the passengers must be fed with oxygen throughout the flight period during which the pressure altitude is greater than : 13 000 ft

-The airline operator must ensure that the mass and balance documentation of a flight is stored for a minimum period of : 3 months

-The authorization for the transport of dangerous goods is specified on the: air operator certificate.

-The captain is asked by the authority to present the documents of the aircraft:must doso, within a reasonable period of time.

-The correct definition of a safe forced landing is: an inevitable landing on land or sea from which one may reasonably expect no injuries on board or on the surface

-The M.E.L. (Minimum Equipment List) is produced by : the operator

-The MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace extends vertically between flight levels: 285 and 420

-The most suitable means for extinguishing a magnesium fire on the ground is : sand

-The purpose of the first aid oxygen is to: rovide some passengers with additional respiratory assistance after an emergency descent following a depressurization

-The reference document dealing with air transport of hazardous materials is : ICAO Appendix 18

-The survival oxygen is: . the oxygen supplied to the airplane occupants in case of accidental depressurization

-The validity period of a day-time organised track system in MNPS (Minimum Navigation Performance Specification) airspace is normally, at 30°W, between : 11H30 UTC to 19H00 UTC

-The wake turbulence: starts during the rotation and stops as soon as the airplane's wheels touch the ground

-Which one of the following sets of conditions is most likely to attract birds to an aerodrome ? a refuse tip in close proximity

-Which one of the following sets of conditions is the least likely to attract flocks of birds ? long grass

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