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If the EPR probe becomes covered with ice, EPR indications will be:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. Less than the actual. ImagenImagenb. Equal to the actual. ImagenImagenc. Greater than the actual. ImagenImagend. Dependent on the temperature. ImagenCorrect
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Question 2
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OP0051
Who is responsible for assuming that the air transportation of an item of dangerous goods is not prohibited?
Choose one answer.
Imagena. The operator. ImagenImagenb. The shipper when completing the shipper's declaration for dangerous goods. ImagenImagenc. The captain, always using the list of prohibited aircraft items. ImagenImagend. It is not specified. ImagenCorrect
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Question 3
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OP0072
The greatest wake turbulence occurs when the generating aircraft is :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. Small, light, at low speed in clean configuration ImagenImagenb. Small, light, at maximum speed in full flaps configuration ImagenImagenc. Large, heavy, at maximum speed in full flaps configuration ImagenImagend. Large, heavy, at low speed in clean configuration ImagenCorrect
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Question 4
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OP0076
A list of dangerous goods, which may not be transported by air, can be found in :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. the technical instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air. ImagenImagenb. Annex 6 to the Chicago Convention. ImagenImagenc. the shipper's declaration for dangerous goods. ImagenImagend. Annex 18 to the Chicago convention. ImagenCorrect
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Question 5
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OP0085
The dangerous goods transport document, if required, shall be drawn up by :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. the captain. ImagenImagenb. the shipper. ImagenImagenc. the handling agent. ImagenImagend. the operator. ImagenCorrect
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Question 6
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OP0138
The coverage angle of the regulatory white position lights, located to the rear of the aircraft, is :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. 220° ImagenImagenb. 140° ImagenImagenc. 110° ImagenImagend. 70° ImagenCorrect
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Question 7
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OP0183
For purpose of wake turbulence separation, what is the ICAO minimum radar separation distance and minimum time if a medium aeroplane (less than 136000 kg and more than 7000 kg) is following directly behind a heavy aeroplane on the approach to the same runway ?
Choose one answer.
Imagena. 7.4 km (4 NM) and 2 minutes ImagenImagenb. 11.1 km (6 NM) and 3 minutes ImagenImagenc. 9.3 km (5 NM) and 3 minutes ImagenImagend. 9.3 km (5 NM) and 2 minutes ImagenIncorrect
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Question 8
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OP0187
Following an act of unlawful interference on board an aircraft, to whom the commander should submit a report of the act to :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. the Authority of the State within which the aircraft is operating at the time of the unlawful interference ImagenImagenb. both the local authority and the Authority of the State of the operator ImagenImagenc. the local authority only ImagenImagend. the Autority of the State of the operator only ImagenCorrect
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Question 9
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OP0189
What transponder code should be used to provide recognition of an aircraft which is being subjected to unlawful interference :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. code A 7700 ImagenImagenb. code A 2000 ImagenImagenc. code A 7600 ImagenImagend. code A 7500 ImagenCorrect
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Question 10
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OP0190
The flight deck door should be capable of being :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. locked from within the compartment ImagenImagenb. remotely locked from either inside or outside the compartment ImagenImagenc. directly locked from outside the compartment ImagenImagend. remotely locked by cabin crew operation from outside the compartment ImagenCorrect
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Question 11
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OP0192
In what period of time must a fuel jettisoning system be capable of jettisoning sufficient fuel to meet the precise climb and discontinued approach requirements :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. 30 minutes ImagenImagenb. 60 minutes ImagenImagenc. 90 minutes ImagenImagend. 15 minutes ImagenCorrect
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Question 12
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OP0197
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 :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. 114 kt Imagen9 x square root of 195 = 125.678 Imagenb. 129 kt Imagen9 x square root of 195 = 125.678 Imagenc. 126 kt Imagen9 x square root of 195 = 125.678 Imagend. 80 kt Imagen9 x square root of 195 = 125.678 9 x square root of 195 = 125.678
Correct
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Question 13
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OP0199
A braking action of 0.35 and below reported on a SNOWTAM is :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. good ImagenImagenb. medium ImagenImagenc. poor ImagenImagend. unreliable ImagenCorrect
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Question 14
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OP0201
Tip vortices which are responsible for wake turbulence appear as soon as the following is established :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. lift destruction ImagenImagenb. lift ImagenImagenc. spin up ImagenImagend. drag ImagenCorrect
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Question 15
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OP0213
The wake turbulence is greater when the aircraft has a :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. low weight and low speed ImagenImagenb. high weight and high speed ImagenImagenc. low weight and high speed ImagenImagend. high weight and low speed ImagenCorrect
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Question 16
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OP0215
An aircraft having undergone an anti-icing procedure and having exceeded the protection time of the anti-icing fluid:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. must only undergo a new anti-icing procedure for take-off. ImagenImagenb. must only undergo a de-icing procedure for take-off. ImagenImagenc. must undergo a de-icing procedure before a new application of anti-icing fluid for take-off. ImagenImagend. need not to undergo a new anti-icing procedure for take-off. ImagenCorrect
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Question 17
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OP0228
In compliance with JAR OPS and ICAO annex 18, in order to carry dangerous goods on board a public transport aircraft, they must be accompanied with a :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. transport document for dangerous goods. ImagenImagenb. representative of the company owning the goods. ImagenImagenc. specialized handling employee. ImagenImagend. system to warn the crew in case of a leak or of an abnormal increase in temperature. ImagenCorrect
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Question 18
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OP0231
An aircraft is flying in heavy rain. To carry out a safe approach, it is necessary to :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. maintain the normal approach speed up to landing ImagenImagenb. increase its approach speed, because the rain affects the lift by deteriorating the boundary layer ImagenImagenc. reduce the approach speed, because the runway may be very slippery on landing ImagenImagend. carry out an approach with flaps up, in order to avoid exposing too much lifting surface to the rain ImagenCorrect
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Question 19
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OP0233
During an explosive decompression at flight level 370 (FL 370), your first action will be :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. to put on the oxygen mask ImagenImagenb. to comfort your passengers ImagenImagenc. to set the transponder to 7700 ImagenImagend. to warn the ATC ImagenCorrect
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Question 20
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OP0237
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:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. 1,2,3,4,5,6 ImagenImagenb. 1,3,5 ImagenImagenc. 2,3,4,5 ImagenImagend. 2,4 ImagenCorrect
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Question 21
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OP0242
If obliged to jettison part of the fuel in flight, it would be better to do so:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. in a holding stack, after control clearance. ImagenImagenb. in a straight line and at a relatively high flight level. ImagenImagenc. under flight level 50 (FL50). ImagenImagend. during final phase of approach. ImagenCorrect
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Question 22
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OP0316
The tip vortices circulate about each wing tip :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. from the upper side of the wing toward the underwing. ImagenImagenb. from the underwing toward the upper side of the wing. ImagenImagenc. counterclockwise. ImagenImagend. clockwise. ImagenCorrect
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Question 23
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OP0323
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 ?
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Imagena. Steady snow ImagenImagenb. Freezing fog ImagenImagenc. Frost ImagenImagend. Freezing rain ImagenCorrect
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Question 24
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OP0324
Which one of the following sets of conditions is the least likely to attract flocks of birds ?
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Imagena. long grass ImagenImagenb. edible rubbish ImagenImagenc. an area liable to flooding ImagenImagend. short gang-mown grass ImagenCorrect
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Question 25
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OP0328
A fire occurs in a wheel and immediate action is required to extinguish it.
The safest extinguishant to use is :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. foam ImagenImagenb. water ImagenImagenc. dry powder ImagenImagend. CO2 (carbon dioxide) ImagenCorrect
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Question 26
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OP0331
If cabin altitude increases during level flight, the differential pressure :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. remains constant ImagenImagenb. increases ImagenImagenc. attains its maximum permitted operating limit ImagenImagend. decreases ImagenCorrect
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Question 27
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OP0369
Wind shear is:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. a variation in vertical or horizontal wind velocity and / or wind direction over a short distance ImagenImagenb. a vertical or horizontal wind velocity and / or wind direction over a large distance ImagenImagenc. a horizontal wind velocity variation over a short distance ImagenImagend. a variation in vertical wind velocity variation over a short distance ImagenCorrect
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Question 28
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OP0010
A warning device alerts the crew in case of an excessive cabin altitude.
This warning must be triggered on reaching the following altitude:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. 14000 ft (approx. 4200 m) ImagenImagenb. 8000 ft (approx. 2400 m) ImagenImagenc. 10000 ft (approx. 3000 m) ImagenImagend. 12000 ft (approx. 3600 m) ImagenCorrect
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Question 29
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OP0006
The presence of dynamic hydroplaning depends primarily on the :
Choose one answer.
Imagena. strength of the headwind. ImagenImagenb. aircraft's weight. ImagenImagenc. depth of the standing water on the runway. ImagenImagend. amount of the lift off speed. ImagenCorrect
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Question 30
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OP0024
Viscous hydroplaning occurs primary if the runway is covered with a thin film of water and:
Choose one answer.
Imagena. is very smooth and dirty. ImagenImagenb. is very smooth and clean. ImagenImagenc. the tyre treads are not in a good state. ImagenImagend. is rough textured. ImagenCorrect
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