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-A 1211 halon fire-extinguisher can be used for:1. a paper fire 2. a fabric fire3. an electric fire4. a wood fire5. a hydrocarbon fireThe combination regrouping all the correct statements is: 1,2,3,4,5
-A category A aircraft can carry out an indirect approach followed by a visual manoeuvre only if the horizontal visibility is higher than or equal to : 1500 M
-A category B aircraft can carry out an indirect approach followed by a visual maneuver only if the horizontal visibility is higher than or equal to 1600 M
-A category C aircraft can carry out an indirect approach followed by a visual maneuver only if the horizontal visibility is higher than or equal to : 2400 M
-A category C aircraft can carry out an indirect approach followed by a visual maneuver only if the horizontal visibility is higher than or equal to : 2400 M
-A category D aircraft can carry out an indirect approach followed by a visual maneuver only if the horizontal visibility is higher than or equal to :3600 M
-A category I precision approach (CAT I) has : a decision height equal to at least 200 ft
-A category I precision approach (CAT I) has : a decision height equal to at least 200 ft.
-A category I precision approach (CAT I) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least : 550 M
-A category I precision approach (CAT I) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least :550 M
-A category I precision approach (CAT I) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least :550 M
-A category III A precision approach (CAT III A) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least : 200M
-A category III B precision approach (CAT III B) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least : 75 M
-A category III B precision approach (CAT III B) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least : 75 M
-A category III B precision approach (CAT III B) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least :75 M
-A category III C precision approach (CAT III C) is an approach with : no runway visual range limits
-A category III C precision approach (CAT III C) is an approach with : no runway visual range limits
-A commander shall not take-off for an IFR flight unless information is available indicating that the expected weather conditions at the destination and/or required alternate aerodrome(s) are : during a period from 1 hour before to 1 hour after the estimated time of arrival at the aerodrome, at or above the planning minima.
-A commander shall not take-off for an IFR flight unless information is available indicating that the expected weather conditions at the destination and/or required alternate aerodrome(s) are : during a period from 1 hour before to 1 hour after the estimated time of arrival at the aerodrome, at or above the planning minima
-A jet aircraft is certified for the carriage of 120 passengers. 42 passenger are on board and the expected Flight Level on route Paris-Alger is FL 330.The first aid oxygen to be on board at departure shall provide breathing supply for at least: 1 passenger for the entire flight after cabin depressurization at cabin altitude of more than 8000 ft.
-A jet aircraft is certified for the carriage of 120 passengers. 42 passenger are on board and the expected Flight Level on route Paris-Alger is FL 330.The first aid oxygen to be on board at departure shall provide breathing supply for at least: 1 passenger for the entire flight after cabin depressurization at cabin altitude of more than 8000 ft
-A jet-powered aircraft, flying above the optimum altitude will have : REDUCE RANGE
-A life jacket is mandatory for any passenger on board an aeroplane flying away from the shore by more than : 50 NM
-A piece of equipment on your public transport aircraft fails while you are still parked.The reference document you use to decide on the procedure to follow is: the minimum equipment list.
-A piece of equipment on your public transport aircraft fails while taxiing to the holding point.The reference document you use in the first place to decide on the procedure to follow is: the operations manual's chapter "Abnormal and Emergency Procedures"
-A piece of equipment on your public transport aircraft fails while you are still parked.The reference document you use to decide on the procedure to follow is: the minimum equipment list
-A public address system is required to operate an airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is greater than: 19
-A public transport jet aeroplane may be operated up to FL 450. The cabin includes 180 passenger seats, made up of 30 rows (3 seats from each side of central aisle). The minimum number of cabin oxygen masks for this aeroplane must be: 198 (110% of the seating capacity)
-A public transport passengers aircraft, with a seating configuration of more than 201 seats, must have in its passenger compartment(s), at least 4 portable fire-extinguishers including: 2 halon fire-extinguishers
-A public transport passengers aircraft, with a seating configuration of more than 201 seats, must have in its passenger compartment(s), at least 4 portable fire-extinguishers including: 2 halon fire-extinguishers
-Above what flight level must one pilot wear an oxygen mask at all times during commercial flight. 410
-According to EU-OPS (JAR-OPS1) an operator has to use fligt attendant when an aircraft has a minimum seating of ...?... and ...(minimum of person)...onboard an aircraft. 19 AND 1
-According to the JAR OPS, when a commercial transport passenger aircraft is equipped with a door in the flight crew compartment area, this door must include: a locking system to prevent any unauthorized access.
-According to the JAR-OPS requirements, an IFR flight with no alternate aerodrome can be undertaken only if the minimum weather conditions (VMC) are effective for at least : 1 hour before to at least 1 hour after the expected time of arrival
-According to the JAR-OPS requirements, an IFR flight with no alternate aerodrome can be undertaken only if the minimum weather conditions (VMC) are effective for at least : 1 hour before to at least 1 hour after the expected time of arrival
-After an accident, the operator of an airplane equipped with a flight recorder must keep the original recordings for a minimum period of: 60 DAYS
-After an accident, the operator of an airplane equipped with a flight recorder must keep the original recordings for a minimum period of: 60 DAYS
-After landing, in case of high temperature of the brakes you: release the parking brake and you approach the wheels either from aft or fore
-All aeroplanes which individual certificates of airworthiness were issued after 1 January 1989 must be fitted with a flight data recorder when their maximum certificated take-off mass is greater than : 5700 KG
-An aircraft flies a VOR/DME direct approach for which the operational minima are :MDH = 360 feet, horizontal visibility = 1 500 metres :Visibility given by ATC and received by the crew is 2 500 metres : The pilot may start the final approach...
regardless the ceiling given by ATC
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 401 to 500 seats must be equipped with at least: 6 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment.
-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 31 to 60 seats must be equipped with at least: 2 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 61 to 200 seats must be equipped with at least: 3 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 201 to 300 seats must be equipped with at least: 4 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 301 to 400 seats must be equipped with at least: 5 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment.
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 401 to 500 seats must be equipped with at least: 6 hand fire-extinguishers conveniently located in the passenger compartment.
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is 501 to 600 seats must be equipped with at least: 7 hand fire-extinguishers 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.
-An airplane whose maximum approved passenger seating configuration is greater than 60 seats must be equipped with at least: 3 HALON 1211 fire-extinguishers.
-An operator must ensure that for the duration of each flight, be kept on the ground, if required: a copy of the weight and balance sheet
-As regards passengers oxygen in public transport aircraft, information must be given to passengers through a demonstration.
-As regards passengers oxygen in public transport aircraft, information must be given to passengers through a demonstration.If a flight is to be carried out at Flight Level FL 290, this demonstration must be completed before : TAKE-OFF
-Assuming that the operator is approved by his national authorities, carriage of dangerous goods is allowed, provided that: the airline is approver to and complies with the technical instructions (ICAO DOC 9284)
-At a high ambient temperature (+ 30° C) and with a relative humidity as low as 40 %, in air free of cloud, fog and precipitation, serious carburettor icing : can occur, but only at a low power setting
-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
-During a conventional approach, the Minimum Descent Height (MDH) is referred to the runway threshold altitude and not to the aerodrome altitude if the runway threshold is at more than : 2 m (7 ft) below the airdrome altitude
-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 night flight, an observer located in the cockpit, seeing an aircraft coming from front left on approximate opposite parallel track, will first see the : RED STEADY LIGHT
-During a night flight, an observer located in the cockpit, seeing an aircraft coming from front left on approximate opposite parallel track, will first see the : red steady light
-During a night flight, an observer located in the cockpit, seeing an aircraft coming from front right on approximate opposite parallel track, will first see the : GREEN STEADY LIGHT
-During a night flight, an observer located in the cockpit, seeing an aircraft coming from front left on approximate opposite parallel track, will first see the : RED STEADY LIGHT
-During an aircraft de-icing/anti-icing procedure: the anti-icing fluid is applied without heating and the de-icing fluid is applied hot.
-During an ILS procedure, if the information transmitted by the appropriate services and received by the crew contains parameters below the crew's operational minimums, the point beyond which the approach must not be continued is: the outer marker (OM)
-Each flight is subject to a preliminary file collecting a certain amount of information.The operator should see that this file is kept on ground. It contains more particularly:1 - the weather conditions for the day including the weather forecast at destination,2 - one copy of the operational flight plan and, if required, the weight and balance sheet, 3 - copies of the relevant parts of the aircraft's materiel report,4 - the en-route NOTAM documentation when specifically issued by the operator,5 - notification for special loadings,6 - for each flight, details of the day's performances and limitations with completed charts.The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:2,3,4,5
-Each flight is subject to a preliminary file collecting a certain amount of information.The operator should see that this file is kept on ground. It contains more particularly:1 - the weather conditions for the day including the weather forecast at destination,2 - one copy of the operational flight plan and, if required, the weight and balance sheet, 3 - copies of the relevant parts of the aircraft's materiel report,4 - the en-route NOTAM documentation when specifically issued by the operator,5 - notification for special loadings,6 - for each flight, details of the day's performances and limitations with completed charts.The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:2-3-4-5
-Flight crew members on the flight deck shall keep their safety belt fastened: while at their station
-Flight crew members on the flight deck shall keep their safety belt fastened: while at their station.
-Flight data recorders must keep the data and parameters recorded during at least the last : 25 HOURS OF OPERATION
-Flight data recorders must keep the data and parameters recorded during at least the last : 24 HOURS OF OPERATION
-Following a heavy mass landing on a short runway, you should check the : TEMPERATURE OF THE BRAKES
-For a given ambient temperature and type of de-icing fluid used, in which one of the following types of weather condition will the holdover (protection) time be shortest ? FREEZING RAIN
-For a twin-engine aeroplane, the standard operational take-off minimums may be used provided an alternate aerodrome is accessible at less than: 60 minutes at cruising speed with one engine unserviceable.
-For a twin-engined aeroplane, non ETOPS, the take-off alternate, if required, shall be located (in still air conditions) within : one hour of flight time, at cruising speed with only one engine operative
-For aeroplane certified before the 1 April 1998, cockpit voice recorder (CVR), when required, must keep the conversations and sound alarms recorded during the last : 30 MINUTES OF OPERATION
-For the flight crew members, quick donning type of oxygen masks are compulsory on board any pressurized aeroplane operating at a pressure altitude above : 25000 FT
-From which flight level do the regulations require a quick donning type oxygen mask for the flight crew in a pressurized aircraft ? FL 250
-If a flight is to be carried out at Flight Level FL 290, this demonstration must be completed before: TAKE-OFF
-If after anti-icing has been completed a pre-departure inspection reveals evidence of freezing, the correct action is to : carry out a further de-icing process
-If it exists, the M.M.E.L. (Master Minimum Equipment List) is drawn up by : the manufacturer / the type certificate holder
-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 5700 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 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 accordance with ICAO and PANS RAC procedures, which letter should be entered into a flight plan to denote an aeroplane which has a weight of less than 136000 kg but greater than 7000 kg : M
-In accordance with JAR OPS 1.430 (Aerodrome Operating Minima), the Category III A Operation, is a precision instrument approach and landing using ILS or MLS with a decision height lower than 100 feet an RVR (runway visual range) no less than : 200 M
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, 10 % of the passengers in a non-pressurized airplane must have an oxygen supply reserve for the entire flight time when the cabin altitude pressure is greater than: 10000 ft but not exceeding 13000 ft minus 30 minutes
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, 100 % of the passengers in a non-pressurized airplane must have an oxygen supply reserve for the entire flight time at pressure altitudes greater than: 13000 FT
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, an airplane must be equipped with equipment or systems at each emergency exit that allow to reach the ground safely in the case of an emergency when the sill height of the passenger emergency exit is higher than:1.83 M
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, each occupant of the cockpit seats on duty in a non-pressurized airplane must have an oxygen supply reserve for the entire flight time at pressure altitudes greater than: 10000 FT
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, each occupant of the cockpit seats on duty in a non-pressurized airplane must have an oxygen supply reserve for the entire flight time at pressure altitudes greater than:10000 FT
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, when an airplane flies at over 25000 ft, the total number of oxygen dispensing units and supply terminals must be at least greater than the number of: seats by 10 %
-In accordance with JAR-OPS 1.430 (Aerodrome Operating Minima), the lowest minima to be used by an operator in a category B aeroplane for circling are : 500 ft and visibility 1600m
-In accordance with OPS 1 430 (Aerodrome Operating Minima - General), it is established, among other considerations, that an Operator must take full account of Aeroplane Categories.The criteria taken into consideration for classification of Aeroplanes by Categories is the indicated airspeed at threshold (Vat), which is equal to the stalling speed at the maximum landing mass (Vso) multiplied by 1,3.Corresponding Aeroplane Category when Vat is from 141 kt to 165 kt is : D
-In accordance with the JAR-OPS and with the exception of amphibians and hydroplanes, the carriage of a life jacket per person on board is compulsory when the airplane is :1. cruising at such a distance from the shore that it would not be able to return in the case of an engine failure.2. is flying over a water surface at more than 50 NM off shore.3. is using departure and arrival paths above the water and when a ditching probability exists in the case of a problem.4. is flying over a stretch of water at more than 100 NM off shore.The combination regrouping all the correct statements is: 2,3
-In addition to informing each State, whose citizens are known to be on board an aircraft, the State of the country in which an aircraft has landed after an act of unlawful interference must immediately notify the : State of Registry of the aircraft, the State of the operator and ICAO
-In case of a serious threat based on the presence of a bomb on board a pressurized aircraft and disregarding any fuel considerations: you descend to the flight level corresponding to the indicated cabin altitude or the safety altitude if higher and take preventive steps by putting yourself in a landing approach configuration
-In final approach, you encounter a strong rear wind gust or strong down wind which forces you to go around. You1- maintain the same aircraft configuration (gear and flaps)2- reduce the drags (gear and flaps)3- gradually increase the attitude up to triggering of stick shaker4- avoid excessive attitude changeThe combination of correct statements is : 1,3
-In icing conditions and after the application of an anti-icing fluid on your airplane, you are waiting to take-off by:1. avoiding positioning yourself in the engine jet wash of the preceding aircraft2. avoiding positioning yourself in the turbo-props wash of the preceding aircraft3. positioning yourself in the engine jet wash of the preceding aircraft4. positioning yourself in the turbo-props wash of the preceding aircraftThe combination regrouping all the correct statements is: 1-2
-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
-Information concerning evacuation procedures can be found in the : operation manual
-JAR OPS 1.465 (VFR Operating minima), establishes that, the operator shall ensure about VFR flights, that : special VFR flights are not commenced when visibility is less than 3 km
-Mist in the cabin, pressure and temperature drop characterise: a fast depressurization
-On arriving overhead an isolated aerodrome, the commander of a turbojet engined aircraft should have a minimum quantity of fuel (additionnal reserve including the final reserve) sufficient for flying during : 2 hours with normal cruise consumption
-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-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 : 13000 FT
-On board a pressurised aircraft, a flight shall be undertakenonly if the aircraft is provided with an oxygen reserve enabling all the crew members and part of the passengers to be supplied with oxygen in the event of a cabin depressurisation, throughout the flight period, during which the pressure altitude is greater than : 10000 FT
-On board a pressurised aircraft, a flight shall be undertakenonly if the aircraft is provided with an oxygen reserve enabling all the crew members and part of the passengers to be supplied with oxygen in the event of a cabin depressurisation, throughout the flight period, during which the pressure altitude is greater than :10000 FT
-On board a pressurised aircraft, a flight shall be undertakenonly if the aircraft is provided with an oxygen reserve enabling all the crew members and part of the passengers to be supplied with oxygen in the event of a cabin depressurisation, throughout the flight period, during which the pressure altitude is greater than : 10000 FT
-On overwater flights, an operator shall not operate an aeroplane at a distance away from land, which is suitable for making a emergency landing greater than that corresponding to : 400 NM or 120 minutes at cruising speed.
-Selecting an alternate aerodrome the runway of this facility must be sufficiently long to allow a full stop landing from 50 ft above the threshold (jet type aircraft, dry runway) within: 60% of the landing distance available
-The aircraft is a single engine, IFR, category A with a cruising speed of 150 knots. The aircraft is flown by a single pilot.The usable runway has edge lights, high intensity runway centre lights and RVR readings for threshold mid and end of runway.The approach minimums for runway 06 are :DH = 300 feet, Horizontal visibility (HV) = 800 metres.The weather conditions are : horizontal visibility (HV) 900 metres and ceiling 200 feet. Is take-off possible? Yes, if there is an accessible airport within 75 NM.
-The airline operator must ensure that the information found in the aircraft technical log is stored for a minimum period of : 24 MONTHS
-The airline operator must ensure that the mass and balance documentation of a flight is stored for a minimum period of : 3 MONTHS
-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 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.He/she: must do so, within a reasonable period of time
-The coverage angle of the regulatory red position light, continuously lit in flight and located on the left side is : 110°
-The coverage angle of the regulatory white position lights, located to the rear of the aircraft, is : 140
-The determination of the aerodrome minimum operating conditions must take the following into account :1. equipment available for navigation2. dimensions and characteristics of the runways3. composition of the flight crew4. obstacles in the vicinity of approach and missed approach areas5. facilities for determining and communicating the weather conditionsThe combination regrouping all the correct statements is :1-2-3-4-5
-The effects of very heavy rain (tropical rain) on the aerodynamic characteristics of an aeroplane are: decrease of CLmax and increase of drag.
-The field of application of the Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is defined by a phase of flight operation.The commander can use the limitations provided by the MEL : At the parking area prior to the airplane taxiing
-The field of application of the Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is defined by a phase of flight operation.The commander can use the limitations provided by the MEL : At the parking area prior to the airplane taxiing
-The file kept by an employer on its flight crews records:1 - the training2 - the test results3 - a log of flying hours4 - a summary of the training by reference periodWhich of the following combinations contains all of the correct answers? 1-2-3-4
-The file kept by an employer on its flight crews records:1 - the training2 - the test results3 - a log of flying hours4 - a summary of the training by reference periodWhich of the following combinations contains all of the correct answers?1-2-3-4
-The greatest possibility of ice buildup, while flying under icing conditions, occurs on : The aircraft front areas
-The greatest possibility of ice buildup, while flying under icing conditions, occurs on : The aircraft front areas
-The holdover time following an anti-icing procedure being carried out will vary considerbly depending on the ambient temperature and the weather conditions.For a given ambient temperature, the longest protection will be in weather conditions of : FROST
-The information to consider for a non precision straight in approach is :1 - RVR/Visibility2 - the ceiling3 - the minimum descent altitude/height (MDA/H)4 - the decision altitude/height (DA/H)Which of the following combinations contains all of the correct statements? 1-3
-The M.E.L. (Minimum Equipment List) is produced by : THE OPERATOR
-The M.E.L. (Minimum Equipment List) is produced by : THE OPERATOR
-The Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) defines the equipment which can be inoperative when undertaking a flight and the conditions under which this allowance can be accepted.This MMEL is drawn up by : the manufacturer and approved by the certification authority
-The Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) defines the equipment which can be inoperative when undertaking a flight and the conditions under which this allowance can be accepted.This MMEL is drawn up by : the manufacturer and approved by the certification authority
-The master minimum equipment list (MMEL) is established by: the manufacturer of the aircraft, and accepted by the authority
-The Minimum Equipment List (MEL) defines the equipment which can be inoperative when undertaking a flight and the additional procedures under which this allowance can be accepted .The Mel is drawn up by : The operator and may be more restrictive than the Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)
-The Minimum Equipment List (MEL) defines the equipment which can be inoperative when undertaking a flight and the additional procedures under which this allowance can be accepted .The Mel is drawn up by : the operator and may be more restrictive than the Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL)
-The minimum equipment list (MEL) gives the equipment which can be inoperative when undertaking a flight and the additonnal procedures to be observed accordingly.This list is prepared by: the operator, and it is inserted in the operations manual
-The Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is established by: the airline operator and approved by the authority
-The Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is established by: the airline operator and approved by the authority
-The minimum equipment list of a public transport aircraft is to be found in the : operations manual
-The minimum equipment list of a public transport aircraft is to be found in the : operations manual.
-The minimum requirements for Supplemental Oxygen to be supplied in pressurised aeroplanes during and following an emergency descent are that for pilots it shall be available for the entire flight time that the cabin pressure altitude exceeds a minimum of X feet: 13000 FT
-The most suitable means for extinguishing a magnesium fire on the ground is : SAND
-The number of emergency exits in transport aeroplanes: must be arranged to allow all passengers and all crew members to leave the aeroplane within 90 sec. through 50 % of the available emergency exits
-The number of hand fire extinguishers which have to be installed in the passenger cabin according to JAR-OPS depends on the number of : seats in the cabin
-The number of hand fire extinguishers which have to be installed in the passenger cabin according to JAR-OPS depends on the number of : SEATS IN THE CABIN
-The number of spare fuses usable in-flight, available on board of the airplane, must be: 10 % of the number of fuses of each rating with a minimum of 3
-The operator shall include in the operations manual a minimum equipment list which shall be approved by the authority of : The country of the operator
-The operator shall include in the operations manual a minimum equipment list which shall be approved by the authority of : The country of the operator.
-The protection time of an anti-icing fluid depends on:1. the type and intensity of the showers2. the ambient temperature3. the relative humidity4. the direction and speed of the wind5. the temperature of the airplane skin6. the type of fluid, its concentration and temperatureThe combination regrouping all the correct statements is: 1,2,3,4,5,6
-The public address system must be audible and intelligible at:1 - all passenger seats2 - toilets3 - cabin crew seats4 - work stationsThe combination regrouping all the correct statements is: 1,2,3,4
-The purpose of the first aid oxygen is to: provide some passengers with additional respiratory assistance after an emergency descent following a depressurization
-The recent experience conditions of a commander assigned to a flight on an aircraft by an operator must not be less than : 3 take-offs and 3 landings as pilot flying on the same type of aircraft or approved simulator in the preceding 90 days
-The responsibility to provide flight operations personnel with the relevant parts of the operations manual and to ensure the issue of the amendments rests with : Aircraft operator
-The time of useful consciousness in case of an explosive decompression at an altitude of 40 000 ft is: 12 SECONDS
-The wake turbulence is greater when the aircraft has a : high weight and low speed
-When a course is plotted at minimum time route, one passes from the air isochrone to the corresponding ground isochrone by applying to point K (original spot) a vector KK' which is equal to: mean wind from the preceding ground isochrones
-When establishing an instrument approach procedure, 5 aircraft categories according to their speed at the threshold (Vat) are established. This speed is equal to the stalling speed in the landing configuration at the maximum certified landing weight multiplied by a factor of: 1.3
-When refueling is being performed while passengers are boarding or disembarking the aircraft, one of the requirements is : The ground area beneath the exits intended for emergency evacuation and slide deployment areas must be kept clear
-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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The number of crash axes on board an airplane, whose maximum approved configuration of passenger seats is 201, is? According to ICAO regulation, a category III B precision approach (CAT III B) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least: according to jar-ops aerodrome operating minima must take full account of A commander shall not take-off for an IFR flight unless information is available indicating that the expected weather conditions at the destination and/or required alternate aerodrome(s) are in case of a serious threat based on the presence of a bomb on board jar-ops 1 following a decompression maximum pressure altitude flight crew no supplemental During a night flight, an observer located in the cockpit, seeing an aircraft coming from the front left, will first see the ops A flight to be conducted in areas where icing conditions have to be expected shall only be commenced if: A category I precision approach (CAT I) is an approach which may be carried out with a runway visual range of at least : For the regulation of taxiing aircraft under all-weather conditions cat ii/iii stop bars have been established: During an ILS procedure, if the information transmitted by the appropriate services and received by the crew contains parameters below the crew's operational minimums, the point beyond which the approach must not be continued is: content In accordance with ICAO and PANS RAC procedures, which letter should be entered into a flight plan to denote an aeroplane which has a weight of less than 136000 kg but greater than 7000 kg : During a night flight, an observer located in the cockpit, seeing an aircraft coming from front left on approximate opposite parallel track, will first see the ? during an ils procedure, if the Information transmitted by The file kept by an employer on its flight crews records the operator must ensure that the information contained in the aircraft technical log is stored for a minimum period of aircraft The greatest possibility of ice buildup, while flying under icing conditions, occurs on 6 In accordance with JAR-OPS 1, if the flight is to be carried out at FL 290, demonstration concerning oxygen equipment must be completed before