A. Applicable National and International Requirements . 3 часть

Option A. of a legal nature in all sections and is therefore mandatory.

Option B. written in compliance of the Civil Aviation Act of 1943 ratifying the ICAO Convention.

Option C. of a mandatory nature where safety is concerned.

Correct Answer is. of a legal nature in all sections and is therefore mandatory.

Explanation. Information in the ANO is of a legal nature in all sections an therefore mandatory.

Question Number. 143. What documents should be carried when flying an aircraft overseas for the purpose of exportation:.

Option A. C of A for export, a C of R, and a validation certificate.

Option B. C of A for export, a ferry certificate and a permit to fly.

Option C. C of A for export, a C of A for Ferry Purposes and a C of R.

Correct Answer is. C of A for export, a C of A for Ferry Purposes and a C of R.

Explanation. BCAR A/B3-6.

Question Number. 144. When there is an overlap of responsibility, how is the CRS signed?.

Option A. Appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineers must each certify the parts appropriate to their license coverage.

Option B. An appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineer an a ATPL holder when the aircraft is away from base and the controls are not affected.

Option C. Only one appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineer may sign the CRS as he assumes responsibility for the operation, the other engineers must sign the paperwork.

Correct Answer is. Only one appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineer may sign the CRS as he assumes responsibility for the operation, the other engineers must sign the paperwork. OR. Appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineers must each certify the parts appropriate to their license coverage.

Explanation. AWN 3 Para. 1.4c.

Question Number. 145. Mandatory aircraft modification and inspection summary is divided into.

Option A. 4 parts: aircraft/engines & propellers/radio stations/equipment.

Option B. 3 parts: aircraft / engines & propellers / radio & equipment.

Option C. 2 parts: aircraft & equipment/engines & propellers.

Correct Answer is. 4 parts: aircraft/engines & propellers/radio stations/equipment. OR. 3 parts: aircraft / engines & propellers / radio & equipment.

Explanation. AWN 6.

Question Number. 146. Mandatory Warning Plaques and symbols.

Option A. must be displayed on all flights.



Option B. need not be displayed if they are incorporated in the flight manual.

Option C. must be displayed in the cabin only if they are legible.

Correct Answer is. must be displayed in the cabin only if they are legible. OR must be displayed on all flights.

Explanation. Mandatory warning plaques and symbols must be displayed on all flights.

Question Number. 147. The responsibilities of licensed engineers for certification of aircraft are laid down in.

Option A. ANO.

Option B. ANO (General) Regulations.

Option C. Airworthiness Notice 3.

Correct Answer is. Airworthiness Notice 3.

Explanation. AWN 3.

Question Number. 148. Maintenance Schedules are issued.

Option A. in a folder with the operators name on the cover.

Option B. with an approval certificate by the CAA.

Option C. by the operator with CAA approval.

Correct Answer is. by the operator with CAA approval.

Explanation. BCAR A/B7-5 2.1.1.

Question Number. 149. Which of the following must be recorded in a Log Book after a component has been replaced?.

Option A. Serial number, name of manufacturer and number of the licensed engineer carrying out the replacement.

Option B. Serial number, part number, name of licensed engineer carrying out the replacement and reason for renewal.

Option C. Serial number, part number, reason for removal and the origin and number of the Authorized Release Certificate.

Correct Answer is. Serial number, name of manufacturer and number of the licensed engineer carrying out the replacement. OR Serial number, part number, reason for removal and the origin and number of the Authorized Release Certificate.

Explanation. ANO Sched 6. Name of manufacture, and name of licensed engineer not required.



Question Number. 150. When nil defects are entered by the captain in a Tech Log.

Option A. A Certificate of Release to Service must be issued, noting nil defects.

Option B. All copies of this entry must be renewed before flight.

Option C. One copy is kept on the ground.

Correct Answer is. One copy is kept on the ground.

Explanation. ANO Art.15 Para 7.

Question Number. 151. Who can sign a Certificate of Maintenance Review?.

Option A. The Captain of the aircraft if he holds an A.T.P.L.

Option B. A Flight Engineer licensed for the aircraft type.

Option C. A multi categorized type rate Licensed Engineer or person approved by the CAA.

Correct Answer is. A multi categorized type rate Licensed Engineer or person approved by the CAA.

Explanation. ANO Art.14 Para 3.

Question Number. 152. Amendments to aircraft manuals.

Option A. are embodied by the operator and a copy forwarded to the CAA for approval.

Option B. must not be done without written consent of the CAA.

Option C. can be embodied by the Chief Surveyor or his delegates.

Correct Answer is. can be embodied by the Chief Surveyor or his delegates. OR are embodied by the operator and a copy forwarded to the CAA for approval.

Explanation. BCAR A/B 5-3 Para.5.

Question Number. 153. When is an Airworthiness Approval Note issued?.

Option A. By the CAA to the operator to approve a major modification.

Option B. On completion of a test flight for Certificate of Airworthiness.

Option C. After renewal of the Certificate of Maintenance Review.

Correct Answer is. After renewal of the Certificate of Maintenance Review. OR By the CAA to the operator to approve a major modification.

Explanation. BCAR A/B2-5 Para 2.2.4.

Question Number. 154. Above what weight is an Air Operators Certificate required?.

Option A. All aircraft flying for public transport.

Option B. 3600 kg.

Option C. 2300 kg.

Correct Answer is. All aircraft flying for public transport.

Explanation. ANO Art.6.

Question Number. 155. If the operator varies the content of the maintenance schedule, what action must be taken?.

Option A. Amend the Maintenance Schedule.

Option B. Await CAA approval before amending the Maintenance Schedule.

Option C. Amend the Maintenance Schedule and seek the CAA approval.

Correct Answer is. Amend the Maintenance Schedule and seek the CAA approval. OR Await CAA approval before amending the Maintenance Schedule.

Explanation. BCAR A/B5-3 Para.5.

Question Number. 156. Who approves Maintenance Manuals?.

Option A. The Department of Trade and Industry.

Option B. The Board of Trade.

Option C. The CAA.

Correct Answer is. The CAA.

Explanation. BCAR A/B5-3 Para.1.2.

Question Number. 157. The carriage of a Technical Log is mandatory.

Option A. for all aircraft registered in the U.K. having a Certificate of Airworthiness in either the public transport or aerial work category.

Option B. for all aircraft registered in the U.K.

Option C. for all aircraft registered in the U.K. on International flights only.

Correct Answer is. for all aircraft registered in the U.K. on International flights only. OR for all aircraft registered in the U.K. having a Certificate of Airworthiness in either the public transport or aerial work category.

Explanation. ANO Art.15 Para.1.

Question Number. 158. If an engine is inhibited. Where is this recorded?.

Option A. Airframe Log Book.

Option B. Engine Log Book.

Option C. Flight Manual.

Correct Answer is. Engine Log Book.

Explanation. ANO Art.22.

Question Number. 159. When extra documents are used for maintenance recovery and are too numerous to list in the aircraft Log Book, what action is taken?.

Option A. Obtain new Log Book and cross refer to the original Log Book.

Option B. Enter brief details in Log Book and retain documents.

Option C. Enter brief details in the Log Books and cross refer to a work pack.

Correct Answer is. Enter brief details in the Log Books and cross refer to a work pack.

Explanation. BCAR A/B6-2 Para.11.1.

Question Number. 160. You are a passenger of an aircraft which sustains major damage facilitating major repair or component replacement. Who would you inform?.

Option A. CAA.

Option B. Chief Inspector of Accidents.

Option C. Board of Trade.

Correct Answer is. Chief Inspector of Accidents.

Explanation. CAP 382 Para 3.3.1.

Question Number. 161. An Airworthiness Directive carried out to an engine of American construction fitted to British built aircraft below 5700 kg M.T.W.A. would be certified in.

Option A. The Engine Log Book.

Option B. The Aircraft Log Book.

Option C. The modification record book.

Correct Answer is. The Engine Log Book.

Explanation. Modifications are 'certified' in the engine log book with a CRS. Modification Record Book is not for engines.

Question Number. 162. The certification requirements for scheduled and non-scheduled mandatory inspections, overhauls and repairs are to be found in.

Option A. the organization's schedule of approval.

Option B. the aircraft maintenance manual.

Option C. the approval document to the aircraft maintenance schedule.

Correct Answer is. the approval document to the aircraft maintenance schedule.

Explanation. BCAR A/B7-5 Appendix 1 Para.1.1 (e).

Question Number. 163. The purpose of the CRS is.

Option A. to comply with article 15 of the ANO which states that an aircraft must not fly unless it is properly equipped for the intended flight.

Option B. to turn a log book or job card entry into a legal document and to ensure that the signatory takes full responsibility for the work done.

Option C. to ensure that the log book entry is complete.

Correct Answer is. to turn a log book or job card entry into a legal document and to ensure that the signatory takes full responsibility for the work done.

Explanation. ANO Art.16.

Question Number. 164. A hard time engine inspection involves.

Option A. replacement with a new or overhauled component.

Option B. removal of an engine component, it's inspection and refitting.

Option C. an in-situ function test.

Correct Answer is. replacement with a new or overhauled component.

Explanation. Hard Time' maintenance involves replacement with a new or overhauled component at specific periods of calendar time or flying hours.

Question Number. 165. Duplicate inspections are.

Option A. inspections which have to be duplicated but which can finally be certified by one LAE or approved signatory.

Option B. inspections certified by one approved signatory or LAE and then certified by a second approved signatory or LAE.

Option C. inspections signed by a mechanic and countersigned by an approved signatory or licensed engineer.

Correct Answer is. inspections signed by a mechanic and countersigned by an approved signatory or licensed engineer. OR inspections certified by one approved signatory or LAE and then certified by a second approved signatory or LAE.

Explanation. BCAR A/B6-2 Para.10.

Question Number. 166. If an engine fuel control is disturbed.

Option A. the whole fuel control system must be inspected again in duplicate.

Option B. the part disturbed must be inspected again in duplicate.

Option C. the part disturbed must be inspected again.

Correct Answer is. the part disturbed must be inspected again in duplicate.

Explanation. BCAR A/B6-2 10.3.1 Note.

Question Number. 167. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (CMR) is not required by.

Option A. any aircraft on the British register.

Option B. all aircraft operated under JAR-OPS.

Option C. any aircraft not used for transport and aerial work aircraft over 2730kg.

Correct Answer is. any aircraft not used for transport and aerial work aircraft over 2730kg. OR all aircraft operated under JAR-OPS.

Explanation. BCAR A/B6-2 Para.5.1 Note.

Question Number. 168. Log books are required for.

Option A. all aircraft on the British register together with one for each engine.

Option B. all aircraft on the British register together with one for each engine and variable pitch propeller.

Option C. all aircraft on the British register, one for the engines and one for the propellers.

Correct Answer is. all aircraft on the British register, one for the engines and one for the propellers. OR all aircraft on the British register together with one for each engine and variable pitch propeller.

Explanation. ANO Art.22.

Question Number. 169. Aircraft log books.

Option A. can only be flown in the aircraft to which they relate when the tech log is not available.

Option B. are designed to be used in the air for the recording of defects and then to be transferred onto the the tech log.

Option C. must never be flown in the aircraft to which they relate.

Correct Answer is. can only be flown in the aircraft to which they relate when the tech log is not available. OR must never be flown in the aircraft to which they relate.

Explanation. Log books must never be flown in the aircraft to which they relate.

Question Number. 170. An aircraft technical log forms.

Option A. a permanent history of the aircraft.

Option B. a part of the certificate of airworthiness for transport category aircraft.

Option C. a day to day history of the aircraft.

Correct Answer is. a day to day history of the aircraft.

Explanation. BCAR A/B7-8.

Question Number. 171. Log books are initially provided by.

Option A. the manufacturer.

Option B. the C.A.A.

Option C. the operator.

Correct Answer is. the manufacturer.

Explanation. Log Books are initially provided by the manufacturer because they provide a 'complete' technical history of the aircraft.

Question Number. 172. You would expect to find information on ground handling of aircraft in the.

Option A. Flight Manual.

Option B. Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

Option C. Aircraft Overhaul Manual.

Correct Answer is. Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

Explanation. ATA 100 Chapters 9 & 10.

Question Number. 173. A.T.A. Specification No. 100 is.

Option A. an internationally agreed form of Maintenance Schedule.

Option B. a system of numbering chapters and sections of Manuals.

Option C. a statement of international airworthiness.

Correct Answer is. a system of numbering chapters and sections of Manuals.

Explanation. See ATA 100 specification.

Question Number. 174. Where would you find legislation governing Nationality and Registration Marks on U.K. registered aircraft?.

Option A. C.A.A.I.P.

Option B. B.C.A.R.

Option C. A.N.O.

Correct Answer is. A.N.O.

Explanation. ANO Sched.2 Part B.

Question Number. 175. A Quarantine Store.

Option A. holds life controlled items only.

Option B. holds materials and parts until proved to conform to specification.

Option C. holds parts and materials received from overseas.

Correct Answer is. holds materials and parts until proved to conform to specification.

Explanation. A quarantine store holds materials and parts until proved to conform to specification.

Question Number. 176. A bonded Store.

Option A. holds aeronautical supplies which have failed to conform.

Option B. holds aeronautical supplies proved to conform to specification.

Option C. holds parts and materials until released by H.M. Customs.

Correct Answer is. holds parts and materials until released by H.M. Customs. OR holds aeronautical supplies proved to conform to specification.

Explanation. A bonded store holds aeronautical supplies proved to conform to specification.

Question Number. 177. A concession is.

Option A. authority not to embody a modification.

Option B. authority for a permanent reduction of a requirement.

Option C. authority to accept a limited quantity of parts which may not be strictly in accordance with the relevant drawings or specifications.

Correct Answer is. authority to accept a limited quantity of parts which may not be strictly in accordance with the relevant drawings or specifications.

Explanation. A concession is authority to accept a limited quantity of parts which may not be strictly in accordance with the relevant drawings or specifications.

Question Number. 178. Which of the following is typical of the number granted to an approved organization under BCARs.

Option A. A N/0000/67.

Option B. A I/0000/103.

Option C. A I/0000/83.

Correct Answer is. A I/0000/83.

Explanation. A BCAR A8 approval number starts with A I or D A I, followed by a 4-figure approval number, followed by the year the approval was originally granted.

Question Number. 179. Technical Logs are mandatory for the following groups:.

Option A. Private plus Special Category.

Option B. Transport Category plus private category.

Option C. Transport Category plus aerial work category.

Correct Answer is. Transport Category plus aerial work category.

Explanation. ANO Art.15 Para.1.

Question Number. 180. Rectification of defects should be entered in appropriate logs.

Option A. before expiration of Certificate of Maintenance Review.

Option B. immediately reported.

Option C. within seven days of expiration of Certificate of Maintenance Review.

Correct Answer is. within seven days of expiration of Certificate of Maintenance Review.

Explanation. ANO Art.22 Para.3 (a).

Question Number. 181. A Certificate of Maintenance Review must be retained for.

Option A. two years after expiry of period of validity.

Option B. two years after date of issue.

Option C. six months after date of issue.

Correct Answer is. two years after date of issue.

Explanation. ANO Art.14 Para.8.

Question Number. 182. Where would you find inspection and classification of damage and repair?.

Option A. Repair Manual.

Option B. Flight Manual.

Option C. Maintenance Manual.

Correct Answer is. Repair Manual.

Explanation. BCAR A/B7-4 Para.3.

Question Number. 183. Are C.A.A.I.P.s mandatory?.

Option A. Yes, but only for six months at a time.

Option B. Only selected parts which are in B.C.A.R.

Option C. No, nothing in C.A.A.I.P. is mandatory.

Correct Answer is. No, nothing in C.A.A.I.P. is mandatory.

Explanation. Nothing in CAAIPs or CAIPs are mandatory.

Question Number. 184. The aircraft captain records the aircraft hours flown and defects in.

Option A. Aircraft Log Book.

Option B. Technical Log.

Option C. Maintenance Statement.

Correct Answer is. Technical Log.

Explanation. ANO Art.15 Para.4 and M.A.306.

Question Number. 185. Air Navigation Regulations are originated by.

Option A. CAA.

Option B. Privy Council.

Option C. Department of Trade and Industry.

Correct Answer is. Privy Council.

Explanation. The ANRs (CAP 393 Sections 2 - 8) are written by the Privy Council.

Question Number. 186. A Technical Log is originated by.

Option A. Manufacturer.

Option B. CAA.

Option C. Operator.

Correct Answer is. Operator.

Explanation. Technical logs are originated by the operator because they are a 'day-to-day' technical history for a/c in the transport or aerial work categories.

Question Number. 187. Details of International Aircraft Markings on the U.K. register will be found in.

Option A. ANO.

Option B. Flight Manual and Certificate Organizations.

Option C. B.C.A.R.

Correct Answer is. ANO.

Explanation. ANO Sched.2 Part B.

Question Number. 188. When a minor adjustment to a control system has been made away from base, a pilot or flight engineer may sign, if licensed for the type concerned.

Option A. neither part of the duplicate inspection.

Option B. the second part of the duplicate inspection.

Option C. both parts of the duplicate inspection.

Correct Answer is. the second part of the duplicate inspection.

Explanation. BCAR A/B6-2 Para 10.3.9.

Question Number. 189. After a modification to an aircraft, what has to be raised?.

Option A. Certificate of Release to Service.

Option B. Certificate of Modification.

Option C. Certificate of Maintenance Review.

Correct Answer is. Certificate of Release to Service.

Explanation. ANO Art.16 Para.2.

Question Number. 190. What work has to be recorded and signed for?.

Option A. Only work involving replacements.

Option B. All work carried out.

Option C. Only work which entails a duplicate inspection.

Correct Answer is. All work carried out.

Explanation. ANO Art.16 Para.2.

Question Number. 191. Who can sign the Certificate of Release to Service?.

Option A. A licensed engineer or approved inspector.

Option B. Only a licensed engineer.

Option C. Anyone who has worked on the particular task.

Correct Answer is. A licensed engineer or approved inspector.

Explanation. ANO Art.16 Para.11 (b).

Question Number. 192. What should not be kept in Quarantine or Bonded Store?.

Option A. Engine Spares.

Option B. Commercial Supplies.

Option C. Aircraft spares.

Correct Answer is. Commercial Supplies.

Explanation. Commercial supplies have no traceability.

Question Number. 193. Where can information on overhaul and replacement periods be found?.

Option A. Flight Manual.

Option B. Technical Log.

Option C. Maintenance Manual.

Correct Answer is. Maintenance Manual.

Explanation. ATA 100 Ch.5.

Question Number. 194. An operator who uses his aircraft for the transportation of cargo must do so under the terms of an.

Option A. Aerial Application Certificate.

Option B. Aerial Dealers Certificate.

Option C. Air Operators Certificate.

Correct Answer is. Air Operators Certificate.

Explanation. ANO Art.6.

Question Number. 195. Reportable Occurrences are notified to the.

Option A. Safety Investigation and Data Department of the Accident Investigation Department of the Government:.

Option B. Safety Investigation and Data Department of the CAA.

Option C. Safety Investigation and Data Department of the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

Correct Answer is. Safety Investigation and Data Department of the Ministry of Civil Aviation. OR Safety Investigation and Data Department of the CAA.

Explanation. CAP 382 Para 13.

Question Number. 196. An Alert Service Bulletin is issued by.

Option A. the Manufacturer, notifying aircraft owners and Maintenance Organizations of an urgent major modification.

Option B. the CAA giving notification of a mandatory modification.

Option C. the Manufacturer notifying aircraft owners and Maintenance Organizations of a modification affecting aircraft airworthiness.

Correct Answer is. the Manufacturer notifying aircraft owners and Maintenance Organizations of a modification affecting aircraft airworthiness.

Explanation. NIL.

Question Number. 197. Where can information on mandatory life limitations for aircraft parts be found.

Option A. in the 'Airworthiness Limitations' section of the Maintenance Manual, in Mandatory Modifications and Inspections Summary or in CAA Additional Directions.

Option B. in Aircraft Service Bulletins, Technical Log and Aircraft Log Books.

Option C. in the Technical Log, in Chapter A6-2 or B.C.A.R. and in the Operations Manual which is CAA Approved.

Correct Answer is. in the Technical Log, in Chapter A6-2 or B.C.A.R. and in the Operations Manual which is CAA Approved. OR in the 'Airworthiness Limitations' section of the Maintenance Manual, in Mandatory Modifications and Inspections Summary or in CAA Additional Directions.

Explanation. BCAR A/B5-3 Para.4.

Question Number. 198. CAA Approval for a major modification is given on.

Option A. an Airworthiness Approval Note.

Option B. Form AD 282.

Option C. Form AD 261.

Correct Answer is. an Airworthiness Approval Note.

Explanation. BCAR A/B2-5 Para 2.2.4.

Question Number. 199. After a reportable occurrence involving an aircraft, for how long must the operator retain the relevant Flight Data records?.

Option A. 7 days.

Option B. 14 days.

Option C. 2 years.

Correct Answer is. 14 days.

Explanation. CAP 382 Para.12.2.

Question Number. 200. The Light Aircraft Maintenance Schedule is used for aircraft below the maximum total weight authorized of.

Option A. 6000 kg.

Option B. 2730 kg.

Option C. 2300 kg.

Correct Answer is. 2730 kg.

Explanation. See LAMS FW/1978 or later issue.

Question Number. 201. Technical Logs are raised.

Option A. only if aircraft is to land away from home.

Option B. in triplicate.

Option C. in duplicate.

Correct Answer is. in duplicate.

Explanation. ANO Art.15 Para.7.

Question Number. 202. A four (4) Engined Turbo-Prop Aircraft requires.

Option A. 1 - Combined Log Book.

Option B. 9 Statutory Log Books.

Option C. 5 Statutory Log Books.

Correct Answer is. 9 Statutory Log Books.

Explanation. ANO Art.22.

Question Number. 203. The Commander records defects.

Option A. on the C of R.

Option B. in the Technical Log.

Option C. on the C of A.

Correct Answer is. in the Technical Log.

Explanation. ANO Art.15 Para.4 (b).

Question Number. 204. Airworthiness Notices 3 and 10 deal with.

Option A. maintenance.

Option B. approvals.

Option C. licensing.

Correct Answer is. licensing.

Explanation. See AWNs 3 & 10.

Question Number. 205. The standard Format for Maintenance Manuals is defined in.

Option A. ATA 100.

Option B. B.C.A.R.s.

Option C. A.N.O. and A.N.R.s.

Correct Answer is. ATA 100.

Explanation. See ATA 100 spec. BCAR A/B5-3 Para.2.6.

Question Number. 206. In the A.T.A. 100 System, Pages 1 -100 for Chapters in Maintenance Manuals covers.

Option A. description and operations.

Option B. maintenance practices.

Option C. description.

Correct Answer is. description and operations.

Explanation. See ATA 100 spec.


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