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MODULE 10 AVIATION LEGISTLATION

Exam Number 1.

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1. An engineers licence is valid for


a) initially 2 years, then subsequently 5 years once signed in ink
b) 2 years once signed in ink.
c) 5 years once signed in ink

2. Who can certify maintenance of private category aircraft of mass 13610kg or less
a) A JAR 66 licensed engineer
b) A certifying staff member of a JAR 145 approved organisation
c) A type rated engineer independent of a JAR – 145 organisation

3. A company awarded with a JAR 145 approval


a) must cover all areas
b) can carry out maintenance on any European aircraft
c) does not need a quality department

4. An engineer may issue a CRS if they


a) are LWTR and company approved on the appropriate type of aircraft
b) are type rated on any equivalent aircraft type
c) have a company approval

5. JARs, when implemented


a) will succeed BCARs
b) will succeed FARs
c) will be an alternative to BCARs

6. Where would you normally train for licences?


a) At a JAR 147 approved organisation
b) At a technical training school
c) At a JAR 145 approved organisation

7. By when do BCAR licensed aircraft maintenance engineers have to conform to JAR 66?
a) 2001
b) 2006
c) 2011
8. Requirements for a licence issue are found in
a) JAR 66
b) JAR 145
c) JAR 147

9. How many people sign a CRS after scheduled maintenance?


a) One in each category
b) One
c) Two

10. Where is the period of validity of CMR stated?


a) In the maintenance statement
b) On the CMR
c) In the maintenance schedule

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="JAR 66 IEM 66.40";


explainAnswer[2]="Not for Commercial Air Transport - does not require JAR 66 or 145. Maintenance
is under BCARS";
explainAnswer[3]="...only by default, since it can only carry out maintenance stated on its approval (i.e
not ANY European aircraft) and it DOES need a quality department.";
explainAnswer[4]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[5]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR 147 is approval for training organisations (both basic and type training)";
explainAnswer[7]="JAR 66.3 (b) and (d)";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 66.25 (Basic knowledge requirements). 66.30 (Experience requirements)";
explainAnswer[9]="AWN 3 Para.1.4c";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Art.10 Para.1b";
Exam Number 2.

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1. The pilot of an aircraft can sign


a) the second part of a duplicate inspection providing he is licensed on the respective aircraft type
b) the first part of a duplicate inspection providing he is licensed on the respective aircraft type
c) the second part of a duplicate inspection providing he is licensed on any similar aircraft type

2. Aircraft of mass greater than 5700 kg are weighed


a) at manufacture and at the annual inspection
b) at manufacture and then at 2 years and then at periods not exceeding 5 years
c) at manufacture and then at periods not exceeding 5 years

3. If, at a major check, there is too much documentation to go into the log book
a) the documentation is stored elsewhere and the logbook is cross referred to it
b) a new log book is raised
c) a CRS is raised to cover the documentation, and the documentation is then discarded

4. The QA department of a JAR 145 company


a) must be part of the company
b) can be contracted out to another company
c) can be combined with the planning department

5. Maintenance documentation held by a JAR 145 company is kept for


a) 5 years after they have expired
b) 2 years after they were raised
c) 2 years after the aircraft has been returned to the operator

6. A type certificate is
a) issued before a C of A
b) issued after a C of A
c) issued after a CRS

7. Scheduled maintenance can be extended by authority written into the


a) Approved Maintenance Schedule
b) Approved Maintenance Document
c) Aircraft Maintenance Manual

8. Vital points are


a) a check on every maintenance schedule input
b) when an engine/fuel system is disturbed
c) parts of the aircraft where a single malfunction could cause catastrophic failure
9. A CRS must be issued
a) if an aircraft part is removed then re-installed, even if it is the same part
b) only if an aircraft part is replaced with a new part
c) only when an aircraft part is replaced with a modified part

10. A pink airworthiness notice contains


a) safety/airworthiness information
b) general information
c) technical information

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR Chap A/B6-2 Para.9.3.9";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B6-4 Para.3.1.1";
explainAnswer[3]="ANO Art.17 Para.4.";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 145.65 (c).";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR 145.55";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B2-2 Para.2.1";
explainAnswer[7]="Usually 10%";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B5-3 Para.3.1";
explainAnswer[9]="AWN 3 Para.1.2 (e)";
explainAnswer[10]="AWN 1 Para.3.4 (a)";

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Exam Number 3.

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1. How many items can be entered on an Approved Certificate?


a) Only 1
b) As many as there is room for providing they are similar items
c) As many as there is room for providing each entry is perfectly readable

2. An Approved Certificate must have


a) an approved signature
b) three (3) duplicate copies
c) the date of manufacture of the component to which it refers

3. Who is a JAR 145 approved organisation headed by?


a) The QA Manager
b) The Accountable Manager
c) The Technical Manager

4. What does JAR stand for?


a) Joint Aviation Requirements
b) Joint Airworthiness Requirements
c) Joint Airworthiness Regulations

5. Signing of a CRS by a JAR 145 Approved Company


a) must be done by a suitably Licensed engineer employed by the company
b) can be done by a suitably Licensed engineer not employed by the company
c) can be done by an unlicensed person providing he/she is employed by the company

6. If an engineer has a heavy cold, he/she


a) may take medication without advice
b) must seek medical advice from a doctor
c) must take only the medication which is prescribed specifically to him/her

7. To what does a B1-3 License apply to?


a) helicopters with piston engines, their engines, airframes and electrics
b) helicopter with turbines, their engines, airframes and electrics
c) light aircraft with piston engines

8. What can an A1 licensed engineer sign for?


a) Minor Scheduled Line Maintenance tasks on turbine engined aircraft
b) Minor Scheduled Line Maintenance tasks on piston engined aircraft
c) Minor Scheduled Line Maintenance tasks on turbine engined helicopters
9. An incident must be reported within
a) 24 hours
b) 96 hours
c) earliest convenient time

10. If the CAA require an engineer to produce his/her license, this must be done
a) immediately
b) as soon as possible
c) within seven (7) days

03

ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="";
explainAnswer[2]="An Approved Certificate must have an Approved signature";
explainAnswer[3]="AMC 145.30 (a) 2";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 145 Read the 'Forward' (1)";
explainAnswer[5]="";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 47 Para.3.7";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN 3 Para.14.3";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 66.20 b(1)";
explainAnswer[9]="CAP 382 Para.6.1.4";
explainAnswer[10]="Last paragraph of AWN 47";
Exam Number 4.

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1. What approval would you need to maintain airships


a) A8 – 18
b) JAR 145 with two sections of A8 – 18
c) JAR A

2. Details of all placards and markings on an aircraft will be found in


a) the Maintenance Manual
b) the Flight Manual
c) the Operations Manual

3. If a repair is made on an aircraft down route, but cannot be certified


a) the person completing the repair can authorise it to fly to a place where it can be certified
b) an LAE can authorise it to be flown to a place where it can be certified
c) the pilot (with certain conditions) can authorise it to fly to a place where it can be certified

4. Who can sign a CRS?


a) An appropriately licensed engineer
b) An unlicensed engineer who has permission from the Chief Inspector
c) Any licensed engineer

5. A Service Bulletin contains


a) a detailed description of a problem and corrective action to be taken
b) a list of maintenance tasks to be carried out on a particular aircraft
c) information concerning the airworthiness of aircraft and are distributed by the CAA

6. When the block CRS is finally issued for base maintenance at a JAR 145 organisation, who is
ultimately responsible for maintenance carried out during the check?
a) the Accountable Manager
b) the Category C LAE
c) the Category B LAE

7. Whom would you inform of an Occurrence/Incident?


a) QA department of your organisation
b) The CAA
c) The Department of Trade

8. A JAR 145 approval is not required to carry out


a) pre-flight checks
b) daily checks (as long as 48 hours has not passed)
c) defect rectification
9. How long does a JAR 145 approved organisation have to retain aircraft documents?
a) At least four (4) years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
b) Five (5) years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
c) Two (2) years after the aircraft has been released from the organisation

10. An LAEs license remains valid

a) if he/she has received continuation training in the last two years


b) if he/she has worked on the aircraft type for at least 6 months within the last 2 years
c) if he/she has worked on the aircraft type for at least 4 months within the last 2 years

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 14 Para.2.3 Appendix 1.";


explainAnswer[2]="ATA 100 Chapter 11";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.7.1 B";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 66.20";
explainAnswer[5]="Service Bulletins contain a detailed description of a problem and corrective
action.";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR 145.30";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.17";
explainAnswer[8]="JAr 145.1 (b)";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 145.55 (c)";
explainAnswer[10]="JAR 145.35 (b)";
Exam Number 5.

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1. When a modification is carried out on an aircraft, details are entered in


a) the Log Book
b) the Modification Record Book
c) both the Log Book and the Modification Record Book

2. How long is a Technical Log retained?


a) Five (5) years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
b) Two (2) years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
c) Until the CAA has given authorisation for them to be destroyed

3. On completion of a modification, for the purposes of a flight test


a) issue a Certificate of Fitness to Fly since the C of A has been invalidated
b) the C of A is valid providing it is still within the date shown on it
c) issue a Permit to Fly

4. Where would you find the requirements and the syllabus for a maintenance license?
a) JAR 66
b) JAR 145
c) JAR 147

5. The Air Navigation Order applies to


a) Commonwealth and UK registered aircraft
b) UK registered aircraft operating anywhere in the world
c) British manufactured aircraft registered in a contracting state

6. Joint Airworthiness Aviation Authorities are recognised by


a) National Airworthiness Authorities of participating European countries
b) CAA, FAA and all European Authorities
c) CAA and FAA only

7. Schedules of the Air Navigation Order


a) explain in more detail parts of the articles
b) are explained in more detail by the Articles
c) explain in more detail parts of the General Regulations

8. An approved JAR 145 organisation is one which is


a) of a standard acceptable to the JAA
b) of a standard as defined in the ANO
c) of a standard acceptable to the CAA and the FAA
9. The Flight Manual is part of the
a) Certificate of Airworthiness
b) JAA Form 1
c) Certificate of Registration

10. All aircraft which fly in UK airspace must be registered, with the exception of
a) kites, balloons, gliders and variant aircraft
b) kites, captive balloons and aircraft under B conditions
c) none

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="Details of a mod are entered in both the aircraft log book AND the Modification
Record Book.";
explainAnswer[2]="ANO Art.12 Para.5 ANO also states '...until CAA gives authorisation for them to
be destroyed'";
explainAnswer[3]="ANO Art.10";
explainAnswer[4]="See JAR 66";
explainAnswer[5]="The ANO applies to all aircraft on the UK civil register.";
explainAnswer[6]="See 'Foreward' in any JAR";
explainAnswer[7]="Each Schedule amplifies and clarifies one or more of the Articles. SEE CAP
393.";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 145.3 Para.1";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B7-2 Para.1";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Art.3";
Exam Number 6.

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1. An aircraft need not be registered if it is being operated by


a) an aircraft dealer, not taking the aircraft overseas
b) an aircraft dealer, demonstrating the aircraft overseas
c) an operator using the aircraft solely for aerial work

2. What does JAR stand for


a) Joint Aviation Requirements
b) Joint Airworthiness Requirements
c) Joint Airworthiness Regulations

3. An A1 licensed engineer can sign for


a) Aeroplanes - Turbine
b) Aeroplanes - Piston
c) Aeroplanes and Helicopters

4. Who promulgates international safety and airworthiness information


a) CAA
b) ICAO
c) JAA

5. In a company with a JAR 145 approval, a Certificate of Maintenance Review may be signed by
a) any employee holding an appropriate licence
b) any employee
c) qualified persons nominated by the company

6. A Certificate of Maintenance Review is retained


a) for two (2) years from date of issue
b) for six (6) months from date of issue
c) until two (2) years after the aircraft has been destroyed or permanently withdrawn from service

7. Since June 1st 2001, engineers are required to be licensed in accordance with
a) BCARs
b) JAR 66
c) ICAO

8. A JAR 145 maintenance organisation has to conform to


a) BCARs
b) Sub Part M of JAR OPS
c) ANO Article 104
9. Authority to amend a maintenance schedule is given by the
a) operator
b) local CAA surveyor
c) CAA with written consent

10. An approved maintenance organisation is authorised to


a) issue certificates for work completed in aircraft maintenance or overhaul
b) originate repair schemes and manufacture parts
c) approve major modifications

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.3";
explainAnswer[2]="See any JAR";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 66 Section 2 Para.8";
explainAnswer[4]="'promulgates' means to disseminate, or distribute. ICAO is 'international'";
explainAnswer[5]="";
explainAnswer[6]="";
explainAnswer[7]="JAR 66.3";
explainAnswer[8]="See JAR-OPS Subpart M (maintenance)";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.3.4";
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swer[10]="JAr 145.80";
Exam Number 7.

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1. A Licensed Engineer will sign a CRS when


a) he is happy that all physical aspects of the job are finished
b) he is sure that he has company approval
c) the job is complete and properly recorded

2. A Certificate of Maintenance Review is kept for


a) two years from the date of issue
b) six months after expiry
c) two years beyond the life of the aircraft

3. A Certificate of Maintenance Review is


a) required for all transport aircraft maintained under JAR-145
b) is not required for transport aircraft maintained under JAR-145
c) is required for all aircraft over 5300kg MTWA

4. Scheduled Maintenance can be extended by


a) authority written into the approved maintenance manual
b) authority written into the approved maintenance document
c) authority written into the approved maintenance schedule

5. From June 1st, 2001, engineers will be required to


a) continue with BCARs
b) sit JAR-66 examinations
c) comply with JAR-66

6. A JAR-145 company’s maintenance organisation has to conform to


a) BCAR’s
b) Sub part M of JAR-OPS
c) ANO article

7. Authority to amend a maintenance schedule is given by


a) the operator
b) the local CAA surveyor
c) written consent of the CAA

8. An approved maintenance organisation is authorised to


a) issue certificates for work completed in aircraft maintenance or overhaul
b) originate repair schemes and manufacture aircraft parts
c) approve major modifications
9. Authority to amend a maintenance schedule is given by the
a) National Airworthiness Authority
b) Quality Assurance Manager
c) Manufacturer

10. What is an ‘Exposition’?


a) A document which sets out details of an organisation
b) A document which sets out details of the maintenance schedule
c) A document which sets out details of how maintenance work is carried out

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[2]="";
explainAnswer[3]="";
explainAnswer[4]="The Approval Document of the MAintenance Schedule provides the amount of
time that scheduled maintennace can be extended (usually 10%).";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR 66.3 Section B";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR-)PS Subpart M is 'Maintenance'";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para3.4";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 145.3";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B6-2 PAra.3.4";
explainAnswer[10]="";
Exam Number 8.

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1. If a design amendments is made to a drawing


a) the old issue number is retained with a new amendment date added
b) a new issue number and date is allocated to the drawing
c) no change in issue number is necessary

2. Who can sign the CRS?


a) LAE
b) LAE who has the permission from the chief inspector
c) LAE who is authorised to do so

3. A situation is found which could hazard an aircraft, while it is undergoing maintenance by a JAR-
145 organisation. The situation must be reported within
a) 24 hours
b) 3 days
c) earliest convenience

4. An AOC is issued by the CAA for aircraft in the


a) transport passenger category
b) transport categories
c) transport and Aerial Work categories

5. What Certificate must an Operator have who flies for public transport and cargo carrying?
a) Air Operators Certificate
b) Air Navigation Certificate
c) Air Transport Licence

6. Where is a definition of a ’reportable accident’ found?


a) In the Air Navigation Order
b) In the Air Navigation (General) Regulations
c) In the Civil Aviation (Investigation of Accidents) Regulations

7. The validity of a C of A extends for


a) six months
b) as stated on the certificate
c) the life of the aircraft or a change of ownership

8. If an exit becomes u/s, the action to be taken is to fly to the nearest place where a repair can be
carried out, and
a) radio ahead for spares
b) bar the exit with a white disc with ”NO EXIT” in red
c) bar the exit with a red disc with “NO EXIT” in red in a white bar
9. The JAA is responsible for
a) the making of requirements to ensure safety and equal opportunity
b) issue a renewal of C of A
c) formulating JARs

10. Details of placards and markings on aircraft will be found in


a) Approved Maintenance Manual
b) ATA Chapter 11
c) Ops Manual

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="A new issue number and date is allocated to the drawing.";


explainAnswer[2]="JAR 145 AWN 3";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 145.";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[6]="CAP 393 Section 8 Investigation of Accidents";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art 8 & 9";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art 62 Para.8 (b)";
explainAnswer[9]="See'Forward' in any JAR";
explainAnswer[10]="ATA 100 Chapter 11";

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Exam Number 9.

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1. Who would you inform of an occurrence or incident?

a) QA department of your organisation


b) CAA
c) Department of Trade

2. What is the retention time for a Tech Log?

a) 2 years
b) 2 years after the last entry
c) 5 years after the last entry

3. What is the period of validity for a Certificate of Registration?

a) The same as for the aircraft’s C of A


b) Until a change of ownership
c) Until a change of ownership or maintenance arrangements

4. The legal responsibility for ensuring that the aircraft load is not excessive and has been properly
loaded rests with

a) Chief Pilot
b) Load Master
c) Commander of the aircraft

5. The responsibility for regularly weighing aircraft rests with the

a) CAA
b) operator
c) JAR145 maintenance organisation

6. When does a Radio Licence become valid?

a) When the C of A is issued


b) After the radio station has been approved and the C of A issued
c) Once the Certificate of Registration has been issued

7. The telecommunications log book is considered to be part of the

a) Radio Licence
b) Radio approved document
c) Public Address Licence
8. For what period of time must a load sheet be kept?

a) Six months
b) Two years
c) Five years

9. Information about identification markings can be found in

a) CAAIPs
b) ANO
c) JARs

10. Certificates of Fitness for Flight are signed by

a) A CAA surveyor
b) An Inspector or QA Engineer
c) An appropriately licensed engineer

09

ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.117 CAP 382 6.1.1";


explainAnswer[2]="ANO Art.11 Para.5";
explainAnswer[3]="";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.35";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR-OPS Subpart J";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B3-11 The 'C of A mentiones here may mean a Certificate of Approval
(for Radios).";
explainAnswer[7]="The telecommunications log book is part of the Radio Licence";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art.35 PAra.5(a)";
explainAnswer[9]="ANO Art.5";
explainAnswer[10]="";
Exam Number 10.

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1. A Type Certificate is a

a) pre-requisite to the issue of a C of A


b) requirement for aircraft above 2730Kg MTWA
c) requirement prior to the issue of a C of A for aircraft in the Transport Category.

2. A B2 License applies to

a) line maintenance on electrical systems and avionics


b) line maintenance on airframe structure
c) line maintenance on airframe structure and powerplants

3. What does a B1-3 approval apply to?

a) Helicopters with Turbine Engines, airframe and electrics


b) Helicopters with Piston Engines, airframe and electrics
c) Light Aircraft with Piston Engines

4. If you are required to produce your License, this must be done

a) Immediately
b) within a reasonable time
c) within earliest convenient time

5. Under what conditions can you fly without a C of A?

a) A conditions
b) B conditions
c) C conditions

6. Flying times are recorded from

a) take off to touch down


b) chock to chock
c) engine start to shut down

7. A LAE license remains valid

a) if he/she has received continuation training in the last 2 years


b) if he/she has worked on aircraft for 6 months in the last 2 years
c) if he/she has worked on aircraft for 4 months in the last 2 years

8. An approved certificate must have

a) an approved signature
b) the Store Managers signature
c) the signature of the issuing clerk

9. Can an outside person sign the CRS, or does it have to be an in house person?

a) Yes
b) No
c) Only in certain situations
10. Equipment required to be carried on aircraft flying for the purpose of Public Transport is
specified in the

a) Air Navigation (General) Regulations, Schedule 9


b) Air Navigation Order, Schedule 4
c) Air Navigation Order (Rules of the Air), Schedule 2

10

ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/BA2-2";
explainAnswer[2]="JAR 66 AMC 66.20 Para.2 (b)";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 66 AMC 66.20 PAra.8 (b)";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 66 IEM 66.55";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B3-9 Both a and b are correct.";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Sched.6 Art.17";
explainAnswer[7]="JAR 145.35 Both a and b are correct";
explainAnswer[8]="An APproved Certificate must have an approved signature";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 145";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Sched.4 Scales of equipment.";
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Exam Number 11.

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1. Flying under A conditions is carried out by aircraft in the

a) variant Group
b) proto-modified Group
c) series aircraft group

2. The period of validity for a Certificate of Fitness for Flight is

a) a maximum of seven days


b) a maximum of ten days
c) not exceeding the validity of the C of A

3. When is a flight test certificate signed?

a) Before a test flight


b) After a test flight
c) Whenever an aircraft is flown

4. When is a “Flight Release Certificate” issued?

a) Before a series aircraft is flown


b) Before an aircraft is flown with a valid C of A
c) Before an aircraft is test flown with a permit to fly

5. The minimum equipment list is found in the

a) Maintenance schedule
b) Flight manual
c) Maintenance manual

6. A CAA Airworthiness Notice printed on pink paper is one containing

a) general Information on administrative matters


b) administrative and technical procedures
c) matters having a direct affect on airworthiness

7. Foreign Airworthiness Directives volume 2 applies to aircraft

a) below 5700Kg of USA construction


b) above 5700Kg of USA construction
c) aircraft of any weight of USA construction

8. A series aircraft flying for the approval of a major modification flies under

a) a permit to fly
b) B conditions
c) A conditions

9. When would a repair scheme be treated as a modification?

a) When the repair has not previously been approved by the CAA
b) When the repair has not previously been approved by the FAA
c) When the repair has not previously been approved by the CAA and FAA
10. letter of transmittal is

a) a record of accepting a type certificate


b) authorisation to use an Approved Maintenance Schedule
c) authorisation to amend a Maintenance Manual

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="A conditions is generally for the series aircraft.";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B3-8";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B3-5 Para.3";
explainAnswer[4]="";
explainAnswer[5]="MEL is found in the Flight Manual or the Operations Manual";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 1";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Sched.3";
explainAnswer[9]="";
explainAnswer[10]="A letter of transmittal is authorisation to amend a Maintenance Manual";
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Exam Number 12.

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1. A LAMS schedule applies to aircraft

a) under 2300Kg MTWA


b) under 2730Kg MTWA
c) over 3600Kg MTWA

2. Where are scales of equipment to be carried found?

a) Airworthiness Notices
b) Air Navigation Order, schedule 4
c) Air Navigation (General) Regulations

3. How long does an approved organisation have to retain aircraft documents?

a) At least four years after the a/c has been scrapped


b) Five years after a/c leaves service or is scrapped
c) Two years after the organisation has released the aircraft

4. if a modification is carried out on an aircraft, it is entered

a) the aircraft log book


b) the modification record book
c) both aircraft and modification log books

5. On completion of a modification, for the purpose of a test flight

a) a Certificate of Fitness for Flight is issued as the C of A has been invalidated


b) the C of A is valid so long as it is still in date
c) a Permit to Fly is issued

6. How many people sign a CRS after scheduled maintenance?

a) One in each category


b) One only
c) Two, one for mechanical activities and one for the avionics

7. Defered defect pages are kept in the

a) log book
b) tech log
c) maintenance schedule

8. Companies with design approval can be found in

a) JAR-145 list of companies


b) front of the maintenance schedule
c) the company exposition

9. A JAR-145 organisation finds a condition on an aircraft which could be hazardous, they must
inform the CAA within

a) 24 hours
b) 3 days
c) 7 days
10. Who is responsible for the control and issue of engineers licenses

a) CAA
b) JAA
c) ICAO

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 63 CAP 411 & 412";


explainAnswer[2]="ANO Sched.4";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 145.55 Para c";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B6-9 BCAR A/B7-9";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B3-8 and ANO Art.10";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-7 and AWN 3";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B7-8";
explainAnswer[8]="AWN 6 PAra.9";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 145.60 (d)";
explainAnswer[10]="JAr 66.13";
Exam Number 13.
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1. Certificate of Airworthiness for International flight on transport aircraft

a) must not be flown with aircraft


b) must be carried
c) does not have to be carried

2. Where is the period of validity of CMR stated?

a) Maintenance schedule
b) Maintenance manual
c) AOC

3. In a JAR-145 company, the QA department

a) can be contracted out


b) cannot be contracted out
c) is not necessary

4. if there is too much documentation to go into an aircraft log book

a) staple the documents to the log book


b) cross refer the log book to a work pack
c) obtain a second aircraft log book

5. JARs when implemented will

a) succeed the ANO


b) succeed CAAIPs
c) succeed BCARs

6. The check cycle for aircraft operating to the LAMS schedule, is

a) 50hr, 100hr annual and star inspections


b) 75hr, 150hr and star inspection
c) 50hr, 150hr, annual and star inspection

7. A CAA issued capability list gives

a) details of the scope & extent to which an organisations approval is given


b) details of the scope & extent of a type rated engineers license
c) details of the operational restrictions placed on an A/c with a C of A

8. In a JAR-145 company, who is responsible for keeping technical information on certifying staff?

a) Personnel Department
b) Quality Assurance
c) Tech Records

9. Tasks which may be completed without the certification of a CRS is given

a) in BCAR’s
b) in ANO
c) in AN(G)R

10. When can a LAE sign a CRS?


a) For any aircraft for which his company has JAR-145 approval
b) For any aircraft for which he has a type rating
c) For any aircraft for which he has a type endorsement on his license and holds the appropriate
company approval

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="ANo Schedule 11";


explainAnswer[2]="Approval Document";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 145.65.";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.18 Para.5 BCAR A/B6-7 Para.5.3 and NOTE";
explainAnswer[5]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[6]="See LAMS FW/1978 or later issue";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B8-1 Supplement 2";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 145 AMC 145.35";
explainAnswer[9]="CAP 393 Section 3 AN(G)R 16";
explainAnswer[10]="JAR 145 AWn 3";

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1. When investigation is carried out for the issue of an AOC the NAA

a) acts on behalf of the JAA for technical findings and for itself on legal findings
b) acts for itself for both technical and legal findings
c) acts on behalf of the JAA for legal findings and for itself for technical findings

2. An aircraft operator's MEL

a) can be more restrictive than the MMEL


b) can be less restrictive than the MMEL
c) can be more restrictive with certain limitations

3. A service bulletin contains

a) a detailed description of a problem and corrective action to be taken


b) a list of maintenance tasks to be carried out on a particular aircraft
c) information concerning the airworthiness of aircraft and are distributed by the CAA

4. Condition Monitoring is

a) a preventative process
b) not a preventative process, having neither Hard Time nor On-Conditioning elements
c) a combination of Hard Time and Flexi-time working practices

5. An allowable deficiency is listed in

a) Tech Log and if necessary the deferred defects column


b) Tech Log and Cabin Defect Log Book
c) Tech Log and deferred defect column

6. How long does a JAR-145 approved organisation have to retain aircraft documentation?

a) At least four years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
b) Fve years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
c) Two years after the aircraft has been released from the organisation

7. An MMEL is compiled by

a) an air operator and approved by he CAA


b) the manufacturer and the CAA after joint consultation
c) the manufacturer and the AOC company after joint consultation and then approved by the CAA

8. Documents to be carried include

a) Crew licenses, radio licence and aircraft dealers certificate


b) C of A, Permit to Fly, radio License, Crew Licenses, and C of R
c) Certificate of Registration, Airworthiness, Insurance and Radio License

9. An approved certificate must

a) have an approved signature


b) be in triplicate and dated
c) have an approved signature and serial number

10. igning of a CRS by a JAR-145 approved company


a) must be done by a suitably licensed engineer employed by the company
b) can be done by a suitably licensed engineer not employed by the company
c) can be done by an unlicensed engineer providing they are employed by the company

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="The NAA issues the AOC";


explainAnswer[2]="";
explainAnswer[3]="";
explainAnswer[4]="Condition monitored maintenance allows (duplicated) items to fail so that failure
analysis can be carried out.";
explainAnswer[5]="";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR 145.55";
explainAnswer[7]="";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR OPS Subpart B 1.125";
explainAnswer[9]="An Approved Certificate must have an approved certificate and be nubered
sequencially.";
explainAnswer[10]="JAr 145.1. CRSs are issued by he company, not the individual licensed
engineer.";
Exam Number 15.

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1. Signing of a CRS by a JAR-145 approved company

a) must be done by a suitably licensed engineer employed by the company


b) can be done by a suitably licensed engineer not employed by the company
c) can be done by an unlicensed engineer providing they are employed by the company

2. Flight manual amendments

a) can be done by the manufacturer


b) must have written consent of the CAA
c) can be done by the operator

3. National Authorities are responsible for

a) Certification and Licensing


b) Certification, Licensing, maintenance and operation
c) Certification, maintenance schedule and LAMS schedule

4. The requirement for re-weighing an aircraft under JAR-Ops is

a) at manufacturer and then four yearly intervals


b) at manufacturer, then two years and five yearly thereafter
c) at manufacturer and then five yearly intervals

5. Who monitors how a company is adhering to JAR-145?

a) Accountable Manager
b) Base Maintenance Manager
c) Quality Manager

6. Registration of aircraft operated by a company can be found

a) on the AOC
b) in the Company Exposition
c) in the approved maintenance schedule

7. I.C.A.O provides

a) a set of rules which all NAAs must adhere to


b) safe, orderly development of civil aviation with equal opportunity
c) a set of safety guideline for operators and maintenance organisations

8. The final decision on the implementation of laws from ICAO

a) rests with the CAA


b) rests with nations aviation authority
c) rests with the JAA

9. An aircraft may fly unregistered

a) under B conditions
b) for export purposes
c) under A conditions

10. Maintenance documents are kept for


a) three years after the aircraft has returned to the operator
b) two years after the aircraft has been returned to the operator
c) two years after the aircraft has been withdrawn from service

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="JAR 145-1";
explainAnswer[2]="";
explainAnswer[3]="";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR OPS Subpart J";
explainAnswer[5]="";
explainAnswer[6]="";
explainAnswer[7]="";
explainAnswer[8]="";
explainAnswer[9]="";
explainAnswer[10]="JAr 145.55

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1. The time scale for retaining training records within a JAR-147 school is

a) three years after the course


b) five years after the completion of the course
c) five years after the candidate leaves the course

2. A basic aircraft maintenance licence

a) allows you to sign a CRS but not CMR


b) does not confer any licensing responsibilities
c) does confer licensing responsibilities

3. if an engineer ‘messes up' a repair,

a) this should be reported to supervisor


b) carry out a repair yourself
c) this should be reported to NAA

4. For which type of maintenance do you not need JAR145 approval?

a) Hangar Base Maintenance


b) Weekly Check
c) Pre-flight Daily

5. if an un-licensed engineer makes a mistake on the job, he/she should

a) repair the mistake and not report it to anyone


b) report it to their supervisor
c) make an entry in the Tech Log

6. Airworthiness Directives, Volume 1 & 2 cover

a) aircraft above and below 5700lbs and equipment fitted to them


b) aircraft above and below 5700Kg MTWA and equipment fitted to them
c) aircraft above and below 2730Kg MTWA

7. if an engineer has an aircraft maintenance license he/she can

a) sign the CRS


b) not sign anything, there are no certification rights offered by the license alone
c) sign the CRS, as the license implies the rights of certification

8. if the second copy of the Tech Log can not be left on the ground, it should

a) be flown in an approved box by the CAA on the aircraft


b) flown on a different aircraft
c) carried by the pilot

9. Who is responsible for publishing JARs?

a) JAA
b) NAA
c) ICAO
10. Who can certify maintenance of private category aircraft above 13610lbs?

a) A type rated engineer independent of a JAR 145 organisation


b) A JAR 145 organisation
c) A type rated engineer providing it coincides with the star inspection

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="JAR 147.55";
explainAnswer[2]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[3]="";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 145.1 Note A";
explainAnswer[5]="";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B7-8 Para.4.4.1";
explainAnswer[9]="JARs are published by the JAA";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B6-2 BCAR A/B6-7 BCAR A8-13. JAR 145 is applicable to aircraft
used for Commercial Air Transport only.";

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1. The pilot of an aircraft

a) can sign the 2nd part of a duplicate inspection if licensed on that particular type
b) cannot sign the 2nd part of a duplicate inspection
c) can sign the 2nd part of the duplicate inspection if the aircraft is away from base

2. Aircraft above 5700 kg are weighed

a) at manufacture then after 2 years then every 5 years after manufacture


b) every five years
c) two years after manufacture thereafter every five years

3. Who issues a C of A for export?

a) CAA - SRG
b) Manufacturer
c) Approved Organisation

4. When preparing a weight and C of G schedule, the variable load can be calculated from the

a) weight of passengers plus fuel and cargo


b) weight of A.P.S. and payload
c) weight of the pilots and any special equipment that they carry

5. Where is the validity of CMR stated?

a) In the maintenance statement


b) In the maintenance review
c) In the maintenance manual

6. Aircraft Flight Manuals are

a) An NAA requirement
b) An ICAO requirement
c) An IATA requirement

7. Aircraft types which an operator can fly are listed in the

a) Company Maintenance Schedule


b) Air Operators Certificate
c) Aircraft Flight Manual

8. The registration marks of aircraft that an air operator can fly are found in

a) the AOC
b) the company exposition
c) the company approval certificate

9. CAA approval of a JAR145 organisation to undertake base maintenance of a particular aircraft


will be found in

a) the company operations manual


b) the company ‘rating list’ part of the schedule of approval
c) the company’s AOC data sheet
10. Where can information on the aircraft documents to be carried be found?

a) JAR-OPS subpart B
b) BCAR A8-13
c) ANO schedule 3

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.9.3.8";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B6-4 Para.3.1";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B3-6 Para.3.3.1";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B6-4 Para 2.2.3";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.10 Para.1b";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B7-2 Para.1.1.1";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.6 Para.2b";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art.5 Sched.2";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 145.7, 145.75, 145.2";
explainAnswer[10]="JAR OPS Subpart B";

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1. CAP 393 is
a) the ANO and regulations
b) AWNs
c) Air Operators Certificate

2. The Civil Aviation Act of 1949


a) set up the CAA
b) made the Chicago Convention law
c) disbanded the first ARB

3. BCAR section K has been superseded by


a) JAR 25
b) JAR 23
c) JAR 21

4. The standard to which the B747-400 was certified to was


a) JAR21
b) BCAR section D
c) JAR 25

5. AWN 3 is
a) coloured white
b) related to engineers licance rating
c) related to the responsibilities of licensed engineers

6. Volume 1 and 2 of FAD's


a) are published by the FAA
b) are published by the CAA
c) relate to aircraft from countries other then USA and UK

7. The minimum number of battery powered megaphones required for an aircraft capable of
carrying more than 199 passengers is
a) 3
b) 5
c) 7

8. Life jackets not equipped with a whistle are


a) not acceptable
b) acceptable for one passenger of a pair
c) acceptable for children under 3 years old
9. Maintenance Manuals in cassette/CD have the advantage of being easier to
a) store
b) amend
c) read

10. A maintenance company approved under JAR 145 is required for the maintenance of:
a) all aircraft with a valid United Kingdom certificate of airworthiness
b) all UK civil registered aircraft operating for commercial air transport
c) only those commercially operated, UK civil registered, aircraft over 5700 KG

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="CAP 393 is 'Air Navigation: The Order and the Regulations'";


explainAnswer[2]="The Civil Aviation Act of 1949 made the Chicago Convention of 1944 law";
explainAnswer[3]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[4]="www.JAA.nl";
explainAnswer[5]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Sched.4 Scale Y";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Sched.4 Scale H ii";
explainAnswer[9]="Your guess is as good as mine!";
explainAnswer[10]="JAR 145.1";
Exam Number 19.

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1. A JAR 145 company is required to be headed by


a) a technical director
b) a licensed engineer
c) an accountable manager

2. Implementation procedures for JAR 145 may be found in


a) Air Navigation Regulations
b) Airworthiness Notice 14
c) BCAR section A

3. BCARs and JAR regulations


a) set out the minimum technical requirement acceptable to the CAA
b) are mandatory documents stating how to inspect civil British aircraft
c) list the minimum equipment that must be serviceable for that aircraft before it flys

4. If a component is stated to be a lifed item this


a) means the component must always be scrapped when it becomes unserviceable
b) means that it must be replaced after a certain number of flying hours or elapse time
c) always refers to the minimum permissible elapse time in store between manufacture and use

5. Mandatory Occurrence Reporting is applicable to occurrences involving


a) turbine jet aircraft only
b) all aircraft with max total weight of more 5700 kg
c) aircraft used for commercial purpose with max total weight of more than 2300kg

6. The definition for Mandatory Occurrence reporting is found in


a) Airworthiness Notice
b) BCAR section A
c) an ANO article

7. It is the responsibility of the person accepting parts for use on an aircraft to ensure that
a) those parts conform to the required standard and are serviceable
b) those parts are designed to the appropriate Authorised Release Certificate
c) a green serviceable label is attached

8. Unserviceable aircraft equipment should not be stored


a) on unserviceable shelves around the hangar
b) with serviceable spares
c) in a goods in store
9. Mandatory markings for flight instruments, or placards are annotated in the
a) Aircraft Maintenance Manual
b) Flight manual or Certificate of Airworthiness
c) Aircraft Maintenance Schedule

10. Consumable items such as split pins, nuts, nuts bolts etc are usually identified by a
a) batch number on each item
b) release note on each item
c) batch/part number on the containing bag
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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="JAR 145.3 AMC 145.3";


explainAnswer[2]="AWN 14";
explainAnswer[3]="Read the 'Forward' in any BCAR";
explainAnswer[4]="Lifed items must be replaced after a certain calendar or flying time.";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.117 Section 1.";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Art.117 Item 2.";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 145.25 (d)";
explainAnswer[9]="Mandatory markings for instruments are in the Flight Manual.";
explainAnswer[10]="Consumable items have a batch and part number on the containing bag.";

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1. CAP 360 relates to


a) JAR 145 aircraft only
b) crop spraying aircraft only
c) Public Transport aircraft

2. Under the JAR 145 Approval System an A1 Rating relates to aircraft


a) exceeding 5700 kg MTWA
b) of 5700 kg MTWA and below
c) on base maintenance only

3. The Approval Authority Number for a typical UK JAR 145 company would be
a) AI/1234/94
b) DAI/1234/94
c) CAA 00023

4. Line maintenance under JAR 145 is defined as typically


a) turn around checks only
b) A and B checks
c) C and D checks

5. Awards of the JAR 145 approval in the UK are made by the


a) CAA
b) ICAO
c) JAA

6. Holding a Licence Without type (LWTR) only affords the holder


a) no certification rights
b) limited certification ability
c) automatic company approval

7. The responsibility for reporting incidents and occurrences during a flight rests with the
a) air stewards
b) engineer clearing the tech log
c) aircraft commander

8. All reports received by the CAA under the MOR scheme are processed by the
a) safety data department
b) Occurrence Digest Unit
c) Air Accident Investigation Branch
9. In respect of an aircraft exceeding 2730kg maximum total weight, a CRS is required
a) only if component replacement in an aircraft involves a different component
b) when a component has been replaced even if it is the same component
c) when an item of workshop test equipment is submitted for an annual check

10. The ANO is applicable


a) to British and Commonwealth registered aircraft only
b) to all United Kingdom registered aircraft irrespective to where they may be
c) to UK registered aircraft only when flying within the United Kingdom airspace
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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="CAP 360 is now obsolete - replaced by JAR-OPS for Commercial Air Transport.";
explainAnswer[2]="JAR 145 Section 2 Appendix X - Table 1";
explainAnswer[3]="All JAR 145 approval numbers start with the issuing authority's abreviation (CAA
in UK, RDL in Holland, LBA in Germany etc).";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 145 Section 2 3.2.2";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR 145.15 and 145.2";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 3 Note 1.";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.117. CAP 382 Para.5";
explainAnswer[8]="CAP 382";
explainAnswer[9]="AWN 3 Para 1.2 (b)";
explainAnswer[10]="The ANO is applicable to all civil aircraft on the UK register.";
Exam Number 21.

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1. A CRS shall not be issued until the signatory is satisfied that


a) all physical aspects of the job are completed
b) he has company authorisation to certify it
c) the work has been properly carried out and accurately recorded

2. When a flight test is necessary and the C of A has expired


a) the pilot can authorise the flight in the tech log book
b) the flight can only be authorised by a CAA surveyor
c) a certificate for fitness of flight shall be issued

3. Following the replacement and compensation of a direct reading compass certification is made
in the form of a
a) CRS
b) certificate of conformity
c) certificate of compensation

4. The full extent of the certification responsibilities of a licence engineer with regard to the CRS
will be found in
a) BCAR section A
b) ANO schedule
c) AWN 3

5. A CRS following scheduled maintenance inspection requires


a) only one signature
b) two signatures
c) a signature in each licence category appropriate to the aircraft systems

6. Vital points identified and included in the maintenance documents


a) relate to points subject to a duplicate inspection
b) identify areas or components subject to timed life
c) relate to areas in which all work must be carried out by a suitably licensed engineer

7. A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) is


a) originated by the aircraft operator
b) more restrictive than a Minimum Equipment List
c) is a list of items that may be inoperative on an aircraft

8. An airlines MEL contains an additional note (M). This indicates a


a) Mandatory operational restrictions
b) Maintenance requirements
c) Modified component or system
9. AWN issued on pink paper
a) contain general information
b) cover administrative and technical procedures
c) have a direct effect upon airworthiness

10. Technical limitations of work and authority with reference to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
are laid down in
a) BCAR Section L
b) Airworthiness Notice 3
c) ANO

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 3 Para.1.5";
explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B3-8 ANO Sched.3 Part A (4)";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 145.5 BCAR A/B 6-7 ANO Art.12";
explainAnswer[4]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[5]="CAP 396 Chapter 18. AWN 3 Para.1.4 BCAR A/B6-7 Para.4";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B5-3 Item 3 Para.3.2";
explainAnswer[7]="CAP 549 CAP 396 Chapter 25";
explainAnswer[8]="CAP 396 Chapter 25. CAP 549";
explainAnswer[9]="AWN 1";
explainAnswer[10]="AWN 3";
Exam Number 22.

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1. An A or C Type rated aircraft maintenance engineer may issue a CRS relating to an associated
electrical system within limitations laid down in
a) BCARs section L
b) AWN 3
c) ANO

2. Following satisfactory aircraft component replacement, adjustment, locking and functioning.


Which of the following is issued?
a) Certificate of maintenance review
b) CRS
c) A maintenance statement

3. When completing a Certificate of Maintenance Review, which of the following must be


completed?
a) C of A
b) CRS
c) A maintenance statement in the tech log

4. An aircraft of less than 2730Kg operating in the private category would normally be maintained
I.A.W
a) the owners wishes
b) LAMS
c) the manufactures maintenance schedule

5. An aircraft registered in the UK and operating in the transport category will normally be
operated
a) by the owners
b) Under B conditions
c) by the holder of an AOC

6. Foreign AD volume 2 is applicable to aircraft, engines, propellers, and equipment


manufactured in
a) the USA
b) Europe
c) the former USSR

7. With reference to the licensing of aircraft maintenance engineers, the requirements for the issue
of a licence without type rating can be found in
a) Airworthiness Notices
b) BCAR section L
c) JAR 66
8. With reference to engineer licensing, aircraft for which type rating can not be obtained are
found in
a) BCAR section L
b) Airworthiness Notice No 10
c) JAR 145

9. Within an aircraft maintenance organisation approved in accordance with JAR 145 limits of an
individuals certification rights are recorded upon
a) a licence without type rating
b) a personnel authorisation certificate
c) an appropriate type licence

10. The ANO states that the Log Book shall be kept for the aircraft and one for
a) each engine and VP propeller
b) each engine and undercarriage
c) its radio and navigation equipment

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[2]="JAR 145 AMC 145.50";
explainAnswer[3]="A maintenance statement specifies the date of the next SMI due.";
explainAnswer[4]="See LAMS FW/1978 or later issue";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR OPS";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-6 AWN 6 Para.11.1";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR Section L";
explainAnswer[8]="AWN 10 Para.14";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 145.35 (f)";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Art.17";

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1. In which book would you expect to find all the following: a CMR, a maintenance statement, a
sector record and a deferred defect?
a) Flight manual
b) Aircraft Log book
c) Technical log book

2. An airline wishes to fly an aircraft to a contractor within the UK with all the passengers seats
removed ready for refurbishment and painting. The flight may be authorised using
a) A conditions
b) B conditions
c) A special request procedure to the CAA

3. The authorised release certificate JAA form one is


a) issued from the tech log prior to the flight
b) used to return or release unservicable components from the aircraft
c) an international parts release document issued by approved organisations

4. Mandatory modification of UK origin are identified by the CAA


a) AD number
b) AAN
c) AAD

5. The American FAA issues a mandatory modification for a Boeing aircraft. Similar aircraft on
the British register would
a) require work as laid down by the CAA in Additional Airworthiness Directives
b) not require attention
c) be dealt with using FAA authority and material

6. A defect occurs in a turbine engined aircraft which endangers the aircraft and its passengers.
This would be reported
a) in the normal way
b) to the aircrafts QA
c) to the CAA using the mandatory occurrence scheme

7. The check cycle for an aircraft exceeding 2730Kg MTWA is


a) the same for all aircraft maintained by one operator
b) the same for all aircraft of one type
c) stated in the approved maintenance schedule

8. For a simple aircraft the CAA LAMS Schedule may need to be amended by
a) deleting non application items
b) rewriting it
c) completing the supplementary tests

9. A CRS is not required on completion of


a) each inspection item on the AMS
b) a check on the check cycle
c) each check A for aircraft not exceeding 2730Kg MTWA

10. A CMR must be completed on aircraft exceeding 2730Kg at


a) every 4 months
b) every 12 months
c) periods not exceeding 4 months

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="JAR-OPS Subpart M Para.1.915";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B3-9";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 145 Section 2 Appendix 3";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B5-6, BCAR A/B6-6";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B6-6 AWN 6";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Art.117";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B7-5";
explainAnswer[8]="See LAMS FW/1978 or later issue";
explainAnswer[9]="See LAMS FW/1978 or later issue";
explainAnswer[10]="A CMR is carried ot and issued each 4 months for aircraft exceeding 2730 kg.";
Exam Number 24.

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1. A duplicate inspection must be the last


a) check before issue of a CRS for the task
b) signature after a CRS for the task
c) CRS issue

2. A maintenance statement is
a) the approval for a maintenance schedule
b) part of the tech log
c) used to certify a pre-flight check

3. Membership of the ICAO is best described as


a) the JAA
b) a contracting state
c) part of the European Community

4. The CAA is accountable to the


a) Secretary of State
b) JAA
c) ICAO

5. Within CAA approved organisations you would find


a) the JAA
b) the ICAO
c) M3 Aeroplane and Rotorcraft Maintenance Organisation

6. A certificate of fitness for flight


a) clears an aircraft for a scheduled flight
b) permits the aircraft to fly under A condition
c) permits the aircraft to fly under B conditions

7. A Certificate of Clearance can be issued by organisations with BCAR approval


a) A8-9
b) Primary Companies
c) A8-13

8. A flight manual
a) forms part of the C of A
b) is sometimes called the operations manual
c) must be carried on all public transport aircraft
9. A Type Certificate is issued to
a) each aircraft of a type
b) all aircraft of a type (A340)
c) an aircraft type and series

10. A radio station license becomes invalid


a) upon change of ownership of aircraft
b) when the c of a is due for renewal
c) whenever a radio Flight test is required
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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/B6-2 AWN 3 Para 1.6A";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B7-8";
explainAnswer[3]="A 'contracting state' means a member of ICAO";
explainAnswer[4]="The CAA is accountable to the secratary of state";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A8-15";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B3-8";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A8-9 Appproval for 'B' conditions";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B7-2";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B2-2";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B3-11";

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1. A certificate of approval of Aircraft Radio Installation is issued to


a) a company approved for such installations
b) an aircraft
c) an air operator

2. A C of A for export is
a) A statutory document
b) to allow an aircraft to be flown away on export
c) necessary for each exported aircraft

3. The purpose for which an aircraft may be flown on a special category C of A is


a) for private use only
b) stated on the certificate
c) applicable to ex military aircraft only

4. The period of validity of a Flight Release Certificate is


a) stated on the permit to fly
b) until the end of the days flying
c) stated in the maintenance schedule

5. A permit to fly is valid


a) until the date stated on it
b) for 12 months
c) only for evaluating a modification

6. MAMIS lists mandatory inspections and service bulletins of aircraft manufactured in


a) the UK
b) USA
c) Europe (not including the UK)

7. Guidance with respect to JAR 145 and CAA national requirements can be found in
a) CAAIPs
b) AWN 14
c) BCAR section A

8. An aircraft maintenance engineer licence does not include unlimited certification in NDT
testing. Guidance with respect to NDT personnel can be found in
a) BCAR section L
b) AWN 94
c) CAAIPs
9. When making a report under the mandatory occurrence scheme. Relevant flight data recording
information should be preserved for a minimum of
a) 7 days
b) 14days
c) 3 months

10. In the future BCAR section L will be replaced by


a) JAR66
b) JAR145
c) JAR147

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.15, Sched. 5 and BCAR A/B3-11";


explainAnswer[2]="";
explainAnswer[3]="";
explainAnswer[4]="";
explainAnswer[5]="";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 6 MAMIS";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN 14";
explainAnswer[8]="AWN 3 Para.1.7 and AWN 94";
explainAnswer[9]="ANO Art.117 Para.5 (a) Regulation 17 AN(G)R CAP 382";
explainAnswer[10]="AWN 14";
Exam Number 26.

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1. The wording on the CRS may be found in


a) ANO article 11
b) Section A and B BCARs
c) Section B 6-2 of CAA CAP 554

2. Guidance on airworthiness control procedures, contracting out maintenance facilities


requirements and engineering support can be found
a) CAP 480 section M/S
b) CAP 418 part 1
c) CAP 360 part 2

3. The American FAA approved equivalent to the JAA form 1 is


a) Airworthiness Approval tag
b) Airworthiness release document
c) Goods release tag

4. Information on Air Operators Certification is to be found in ANO


a) Article 6
b) Article 9
c) Article 10

5. An approved maintenance organization is one which

a) is of a standard acceptable to the CAA.


b) is of a standard defined in the ANO.
c) does maintenance on contract only.

6. An Air Operator’s Certificate must be issued by the CAA. before an airline can

a) carry fare paying passengers.


b) carry freight for reward
c) carry passengers and/or freight for reward.

7. An approved certificate certifies that

a) materials and parts conform to required standard


b) materials and parts come from an approved source
c) items are serviceable on delivery

8. B.C.A.R.s
a) are issued by Ministry of Trade and Industry
b) contain minimum requirements to be met
c) detail mandatory requirements for aircraft design and construction

9. CAAIPs

a) are issued by CAA


b) contain mandatory instructions
c) contain approved inspection procedures

10. A Major Modification

a) will always require air testing after embodiment


b) is approved by an A.A.N.
c) must be certified in the Modification Record Book

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="b and c are both correct but c is more accurate.";


explainAnswer[2]="CAP 360 is the predecessor to JAR-OPS, now superceded.";
explainAnswer[3]="Also known as 8130-3";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[5]="Standards for Approved Maintenance Organisations are defined in BCAR A8, or
JAR 145. All audits are conducted by the NAA.";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[7]="An approved certificate or JAA Form 1 certifie sthat materials or parts conform to
a required standard.";
explainAnswer[8]="See the 'Forward' in any BCAR";
explainAnswer[9]="CAP 562 is issued by he CAA, are not mandatory and do not contain approved
inspection procedures.";
explainAnswer[10]="An AAN can also be used to signify that a modification is NOT aproved.";

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1. An Approval Authority Reference number

a) will be of specific form


b) must be included on all Approved Certificates
c) is issued by Ministry of Trade and Industry

2. A Certificate of design is raised

a) by the CAA
b) by the operator
c) by the manufacturer

3. Technical and Administrative information is officially circulated to L.A.M.E.S. in

a) CAIPs
b) B.C.A.R.s
c) AWNs

4. Certificates of design certify

a) that a major mod has been designed adequately


b) that the aircraft meets current stated design requirements BCARs /JAR as specified
c) that a company has design approval

5. C of As for U.K. operated aircraft are

a) issued by operator
b) required by ANO
c) necessary for all aircraft

6. The period of validity of a C of A is

a) 12 months
b) 36 months
c) as stated on certificate

7. A glider being used privately, and not crossing boundaries of countries:

a) must have a C of A
b) must have a Permit to Fly
c) does not need a C of A
8. A Transport Category passenger aircraft may be used for

a) carrying passengers only


b) carrying passenger and/or freight only
c) any civil purpose

9. A C. of R. is renewable

a) every year
b) when ownership changes in U.K. only
c) when aircraft is sold abroad

10. A C. of R

a) is issued by Ministry of Trade and Industry


b) may not be issued if aircraft could be more suitable registered elsewhere
c) is valid only in country of origin

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="Of the form AI/000/99 (BCAR A8) or CAA.000123 (JAR 145)";


explainAnswer[2]="The certificate of design certifies that the aircraft design conforms to BCARs or
JARs as appropriate and is signed by the chief designer.";
explainAnswer[3]="AWN 1";
explainAnswer[4]="The certificate of design certifies that the aircraft design conforms to BCARs or
JARs as appropriate and is signed by the chief designer.";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.8 and 9";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Art.9 Para.6";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.8 Para.2 (a)";
explainAnswer[8]="";
explainAnswer[9]="The CofR is renewable when sold, but not 'only' within the UK.";
explainAnswer[10]="ANo Art.3";
Exam Number 28.

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1. An approved store

a) is required by every approved organization


b) must contain at least a bonded store
c) is the responsibility of Quality Assurance Department

2. Approval for a Minor Modification by the CAA. is signified on

a) on the application form AD 282


b) on form AD 261
c) on A.A.N.

3. When can a CMR be renewed

a) never
b) 1 year
c) 2 years

4. On a duplicate inspection on a helicopter, what checks are carried out

a) control system only


b) control system and anything that controls propulsive force
c) propulsive control system only

5. An aircraft in the Transport Category (passenger)

a) may be used for any civil purpose


b) may carry passengers only
c) may transport passengers on approved routes only

6. A Certificate of Release to service states that

a) the aircraft has been maintained to an approved schedule


b) an operator has satisfied the CAA of his competence
c) a task has been carried out in accordance with the ANO

7. A CMR is raised after

a) defect rectification
b) scheduled servicing at specified intervals
c) major overhaul
8. Mandatory occurrences should be reported to

a) Department of Trade & Industry


b) CAA
c) Chief Inspector of Accidents

9. Compliance with the ANO is restricted to

a) aircraft and their equipment which are on the UK Civil Register only
b) aircraft and their equipment which are on the UK & Commonwealth Civil Registers
c) All civil aircraft and their equipment on the International Civil Register

10. A quarantine store is a part of an approved store where

a) aircraft parts are placed, until they have been proven to conform to specification
b) aircraft parts are placed, once they have been proven to conform to specification
c) aircraft parts are placed, whilst awaiting delivery to the customer

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="The approved store is the responsibility of the chief inspector.";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B2-5 Para.2.3";
explainAnswer[3]="A question of terminology. A new CMR is issued, to cover the next period. The
old CMR is not 'renewed' as it remins valid for the period for which it covers.";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.9.2.1";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B1-2 Para.2.2a";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.7.4";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B Para.4.1";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art.117 (i)(F,i)";
explainAnswer[9]="The ANO covers all aircraft on teh UK civil register";
explainAnswer[10]="A quarantine store holds parts until they are proved to conform to specification
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1. Which of the following manuals would be referred to when checking the airworthiness directive
on a British constructed engine?

a) CAA Additional Directives CAP 473


b) FAD Volume 3 CAP 474
c) CAP 476 Mandatory Aircraft Modifications and Inspections Summary

2. An Airworthiness Directive carried out to an engine of American construction fitted to British-


built aircraft below 5700 kg MTWA would be certified in

a) the Modification Record Book


b) the Engine Log Book
c) the Aircraft Log Book

3. f an Airworthiness Directive has not been complied with within the flying hour limitations given
on the directive, what effect would this have on the engine

a) the approved engineer can award an extension to the compliance time to enable the engine to re
b) the engine and thus the aircraft is grounded until the directive has been complied with
c) the aircraft can be certified fit for flight under ‘A’ conditions of the ANO and continue operation
for the period of validity of the certificate

4. When related to aeronautical engineering, the term ‘Inspection’ is defined in the publication

a) ANO Article 11
b) Airworthiness Notice (AWN) 3
c) BCAR Section L

5. Mandatory modifications are

a) modifications of an urgent nature


b) modifications which ensure continued airworthiness
c) modifications which are approved on an airworthiness approval note

6. An alert bulletin printed by the manufacturer of a British constructed engine is

a) a recommended modification to the aircraft/engine


b) classified as mandatory by the CAA and will be followed by incorporation in the publication M
c) classified as mandatory by the manufacturer and must be incorporated before further flight.

7. On completion of the overhaul of an aircraft component by an overhaul organization

a) the Worksheets with a certified CRS are placed in the aircraft file with the log books
b) the Worksheets are retained by the overhaul organization in their own files
c) the Worksheets with a certified CRS are retained by the overhaul organization and a JAA Form
1 is issued to the customer

8. The information in the ANO is given in the form of

a) Chapters, each one dealing with a different aspect of Civil Aviation, these chapters being backed
up
b) Articles of Law, some of which are further clarified by Schedules
c) Regulations, each one covering a different aspect of Civil Aviation and as such is mandatory.

9. Air Navigation General Regulations are to be found in

a) Airworthiness Requirements CAP 455


b) British Civil Airworthiness Requirements Section A
c) CAA Printed Manual CAP 393.

10. British Civil Airworthiness Requirements

a) are printed by the CAA and are of an advisory nature


b) form the Technical requirements for the design and operation of aircraft and their equipment
c) interpret the ANO and form the Technical requirements for the design, construction, operation
and maintenance of aircraft and their equipment

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="A/B6-6 MAMIS applies to British constructed aircraft and engines.";


explainAnswer[2]="ADs on the engine are certified in the engine logbook regardless of origin.";
explainAnswer[3]="Engine and thus aircraft is grounded if an AD is not incorporated within the time
scale specified on it.";
explainAnswer[4]="AWN 3 (and JAR 145.5)";
explainAnswer[5]="Mandatory modifications ensure continued airworthiness";
explainAnswer[6]="A/B6-6";
explainAnswer[7]="JAR 145 Appendix 3.";
explainAnswer[8]="CAP 393";
explainAnswer[9]="CAP 393";
explainAnswer[10]="See 'General Forward' in any BCAR.";

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1. Amendments to JAR E are by way of

a) orange pages
b) grey pages
c) blue pages

2. Airworthiness directives for American built engines fitted to aircraft not exceeding 5700 kg
would be found in

a) FAA Airworthiness Directives Volume 2


b) FAA Airworthiness Directives Volume 1
c) FAD Volume 3

3. An airworthiness directive has the identification number 91-10-05 on it. This indicates

a) the year followed by the weekly period followed by the directive number
b) the chapter followed by the section followed by the subject or directive number in accordance
with ATA 100
c) the year followed by the bi-weekly period followed by the directive number

4. Airworthiness Notices are amended by

a) issue numbers and dates as necessary


b) monthly issue numbers
c) CAA yellow pages

5. An On Condition Inspection involves

a) an inspection of a component with a view to continued operation if its condition warrants


such action
b) replacement of life expired components for new ones
c) a programme of inspections used to increase the life of lifed components

6. An airworthiness directive must be complied with

a) as soon as practicable following receipt of the directive


b) before further flight
c) within the time or flying hours limitations given on the directive

7. The term 'inspection' is defined as meaning

a) correct installation and operation of the task


b) correct assembly and functioning of the components or system
c) correct condition, assembly and functioning of the component or system

8. Information contained in the ANO is

a) of a mandatory nature where safety is concerned


b) of a legal nature in all sections and is therefore mandatory
c) written in compliance of the Civil Aviation Act of 1943 ratifying the ICAO Convention

9. What aircraft must comply with the Air Navigation Order

a) all British built aircraft on the British Register


b) all aircraft on the British Civil Register
c) all aircraft on the British & Commonwealth Civil Registers provided the aircraft operate
within the Commonwealth

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

a) C of A for export, a C of R, and a validation certificate


b) C of A for export, a C of A for Ferry Purposes and a C of R.
c) C of A for export, a ferry certificate and a permit to fly

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="All JARs are amended on orange papers.";


explainAnswer[2]="AWN 6 Para 11.1";
explainAnswer[3]="91-10-05 is year - biweekly period - directive number";
explainAnswer[4]="SEE AWN 1";
explainAnswer[5]="'On Condition' means an inspection of a component with a view to continued
operation if its condition warrants it.";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-6 Para.2.2";
explainAnswer[7]="JAR 145.5 - definitions";
explainAnswer[8]="Information in the ANO is of a legal nature in all sections an therefore mandatory";
explainAnswer[9]="The ANO applies to all aircrat on the UK civil register";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B3-6";
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1. When there is an overlap of responsibility, how is the CRS signed?

a) Appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineers must each certify the parts appropriate
to their license coverage
b) 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
c) An appropriate Type Rated Licensed Aircraft Engineer an a ATPL holder when the aircraft is
away from base and the controls are not affected

2. Mandatory aircraft modification and inspection summary is divided into

a) 3 parts: aircraft / engines & propellers / radio & equipment


b) 2 parts: aircraft & equipment/engines & propellers
c) 4 parts: aircraft/engines & propellers/radio stations/equipment

3. Mandatory Warning Plaques and symbols must be displayed

a) on all flights
b) in the cabin only if they are legible
c) they need not be displayed if they are incorporated in the flight manual

4. The responsibilities of licensed engineers for certification of aircraft are laid down in

a) ANO
b) Airworthiness Notice 3
c) ANO (General) Regulations

5. An aircraft captain can authorize temporary repairs while away from base

a) If satisfied that the aircraft is safe to return to base


b) If satisfied that the aircraft is safe to fly to the nearest authorized maintenance organization for
the issue of a Certificate of Release to Service
c) Only if authorized to sign the Certificate of Release to Service

6. Maintenance Schedules are issued

a) with an approval certificate by the CAA


b) in a folder with the operators name on the cover
c) by the operator with CAA approval

7. Which of the following must be recorded in a Log Book after a component has been replaced?
a) Serial number, name of manufacturer and number of the licensed engineer carrying out the
replacement
b) Serial number, part number, reason for removal and the origin and number of the Authorized
Release Certificate
c) Serial number, part number, name of licensed engineer carrying out the replacement and
reason for renewal

8. Approval of minor modification to applicants other than Design Organizations is given by

a) Issue of an Airworthiness Approval Note


b) Issue of a letter of approval
c) Issue of a form AD261

9. When nil defects are entered by the captain in a Tech Log

a) All copies of this entry must be renewed before flight


b) One copy is kept on the ground
c) A Certificate of Release to Service must be issued, noting nil defects

10. Deferred defects are recorded in

a) the Deferred defect manual


b) the Technical Manual
c) the Technical Log

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 3 Para. 1.4c";


explainAnswer[2]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[3]="Mandatory warning plaques and symbols must be displayed on all flights.";
explainAnswer[4]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR 145.50 (e)";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B7-5";
explainAnswer[7]="Name of manufacture, and name of licensed engineer not required.";
explainAnswer[8]="Approval of a minor mod. is given on AD261";
explainAnswer[9]="One copy of the thech log always stays on the ground";
explainAnswer[10]="JAR-OPS 1.915 ANO Art.11";
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1. When is a Certificate of Fitness for Flight under ‘A’ conditions required?

a) To allow an unregistered aircraft to fly for air test


b) After a Certificate of Maintenance Review has been signed
c) To allow an aircraft to fly on air test to check out a modification

2. Who can sign a Certificate of Maintenance Review?

a) A multi categorized type rate Licensed Engineer or person approved by the CAA
b) The Captain of the aircraft if he holds an A.T.P.L
c) A Flight Engineer licensed for the aircraft type

3. Amendments to aircraft manuals

a) can be embodied by the Chief Surveyor or his delegates


b) are embodied by the operator and a copy forwarded to the CAA for approval
c) must not be done without written consent of the CAA

4. When is an Airworthiness Approval Note issued?

a) On completion of a test flight for Certificate of Airworthiness


b) By the CAA to the operator to approve a major modification
c) After renewal of the Certificate of Maintenance Review

5. Above what weight is an Air Operators Certificate required?

a) 2300 kg
b) 3600 kg
c) All aircraft flying for public transport

6. An aircraft Radio License has to be renewed

a) every three years


b) every five years
c) only on change of aircraft ownership

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

a) Amend the Maintenance Schedule


b) Amend the Maintenance Schedule and seek the CAA approval
c) Await CAA approval before amending the Maintenance Schedule
8. Who approves Maintenance Manuals?

a) The CAA
b) The Board of Trade
c) The Department of Trade and Industry

9. A Certificate of Release to Service must be issued after

a) a re-fuel has been done


b) a repair has been carried out in accordance with an approved repair scheme
c) engine runs.

10. Mandatory warning plaques and symbols must be displayed

a) on all flights
b) in the cabin only if they are legible
c) they need not be displayed if they are incorporated in the flight manual

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.7 Sched.2";


explainAnswer[2]="ANO Art.10 Para 3";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B 5-3 PAra.5 a";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B2-5";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B3-11 PAra.5.1";
explainAnswer[7]="";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B5-3 Para.1.2";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 145 Section 2 Appendix 3 Block 12 Item 4.";
explainAnswer[10]="Mandatory Warning Plaques and Symbols must be dispayed on all flights
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1. The carriage of a Technical Log is mandatory

a) for all aircraft registered in the U.K.


b) for all aircraft registered in the U.K. on International flights only
c) for all aircraft registered in the U.K. having a Certificate of Airworthiness in either the public
transport or aerial work category

2. if an engine is inhibited where is this recorded?

a) Engine Log Book


b) Airframe Log Book
c) Flight Manual

3. An aircraft is awaiting spares, what effect has this on the Certificate of Maintenance Review?

a) Deduct time
b) Add time
c) Remains unchanged

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

a) Enter brief details in the Log Books and cross refer to a work pack
b) Obtain new Log Book and cross refer to the original Log Book
c) Enter brief details in Log Book and retain documents

5. You are a passenger of an aircraft which sustains major damage facilitating major repair or
component replacement, who would you inform?

a) Chief Inspector of Accidents


b) CAA
c) Board of Trade

6. After a mandatory inspection has been carried out by a Licensed Engineer, what is issued?

a) A Flight Release Certificate


b) Certificate of Release to Service
c) A Certificate of Maintenance Review

7. Aircraft components released for service from a B1 approved organization must do so under
cover of

a) Form JAA 10
b) Form JAA 268A
c) Form JAA 1

8. British Civil Airworthiness Requirements (BCAR) are printed by

a) H.M.S.O. (Her Majesty's Stationery Office)


b) CAA
c) JAA

9. An organization approved by the CAA. to overhaul and repair aircraft engines must first comply
with:
a) B.C.A.R. Chapter A8-3
b) B.C.A.R. Chapter A8-13
c) B.C.A.R. Chapter A8-15
10. The Technical requirements for the design and construction of aircraft engines are found in:

a) British Civil Airworthiness Requirements Section P


b) Joint Aviation Requirement E
c) Joint Aviation Requirement 25

33

ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.11";
explainAnswer[2]="ANO Art.17";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B6-2 The CMR is unaffected.";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B6-7";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.117";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-6 Para.5.3";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A8-3";
explainAnswer[8]="See front matter of any BCAR";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B8-3";
explainAnswer[10]="AWN 6";
Exam Number 34.

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1. A prototype engine is defined as

a) a new engine but similar to one previously investigated by the CAA for the issue of a British
type certificate
b) a type of engine which has not been evaluated by the CAA before for the purpose of the issue of
a British type certificate
c) a foreign built engine which has been issued with type certificates by both the airworthiness
authority of the country of origin and the British CAA

2. An aircraft with a transport category C of A cannot be flown for hire and reward except

a) under the terms of an aircraft dealers certificate


b) under the terms of an aerial work certificate
c) under the terms of an air operators certificate

3. Which of the following manuals would be referred to when checking the airworthiness directive
on a British constructed engine?

a) CAA additional directives CAP 473


b) FAD volume 3 CAP 474
c) CAP 476 Mandatory Aircraft Modifications and Inspections Summary

4. The publication CAA Additional Airworthiness Directives CAP 473 is amended

a) monthly
b) by bi-weekly listings, since this publication covers additions to FAA Airworthiness Directives
c) by a letter of transmittal

5. 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

a) The modification record book


b) The Engine Log Book
c) The Aircraft Log Book

6. if an Airworthiness Directive has not been complied with within the flying hour limitations given
on the directive, what effect would this have on the engine?

a) The approved engineer can award an extension to the compliance time to enable the engine to
remain in operation.
b) The engine and thus the aircraft is grounded until the directive has been complied with
c) The aircraft can be certified fit for flight under ‘A’ conditions of the ANO and continue
operations for the period of validity of the certificate.

7. The certification requirements for scheduled and non-scheduled mandatory inspections,


overhauls and repairs are to be found in

a) the approval document to the aircraft maintenance schedule


b) the organization's schedule of approval
c) the aircraft maintenance manual

8. The purpose of the CRS is

a) to ensure that the log book entry is complete


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
c) 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

9. A hard time engine inspection involves

a) removal of an engine component, it's inspection and refitting


b) an in-situ function test
c) replacement with a new or overhauled component

10. Duplicate inspections are

a) inspections signed by a mechanic and countersigned by an approved signatory or licensed


engineer
b) inspections certified by one approved signatory or LAE and then certified by a second approved
signatory or LAE
c) inspections which have to be duplicated but which can finally be certified by one LAE or
approved signatory

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/B4-2";
explainAnswer[2]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[3]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[4]="AWN 6 Para.11";
explainAnswer[5]="Modufications are 'certified' in the engine log book with a CRS. Modification
Record Book is not for engines.";
explainAnswer[6]="If an AD is not carried out by he time period stated, the aircraft is grounded.";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B7-5";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art.12";
explainAnswer[9]="'Hard Time' maintenance incvolves replacement with a new or overhauled
component at specific periods of calendar time or flying hours.";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B6-2";

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1. A duplicate inspection must be certified

a) after a CRS is issued


b) before a CRS is issued
c) does not matter where it is written, so long as it is included in the log book entry

2. If an engine fuel control is disturbed

a) the whole fuel control system must be inspected again in duplicate


b) the part disturbed must be inspected again
c) the part disturbed must be inspected again in duplicate

3. The Certificate of Maintenance Review (CMR) is required by

a) all aircraft on the British register


b) all transport and aerial work aircraft over 2730kg
c) all transport and aerial work aircraft on the British Register

4. Log books are required for

a) all aircraft on the British register together with one for each engine
b) all aircraft on the British register together with one for each engine and variable pitch
propeller
c) all aircraft on the British register, one for the engines and one for the propellers

5. Aircraft log books

a) must never be flown in the aircraft to which they relate


b) are designed to be used in the air for the recording of defects and then to be transferred onto
the the tech log
c) can only be flown in the aircraft to which they relate when the tech log is not available

6. An aircraft technical log forms

a) a permanent history of the aircraft


b) a day to day history of the aircraft
c) a part of the certificate of airworthiness for transport category aircraft

7. The technical laws relating to Civil Aviation are contained in

a) the Civil Aviation Act 1971


b) the Air Navigation Order
c) Civil Aircraft Inspection Procedures
8. Civil Aircraft Airworthiness Information Procedures

a) contain information of a mandatory nature


b) are a guide to the general maintenance of aircraft
c) contain approved inspection schedules

9. A British aircraft manufacturer must apply for a Certificate of Airworthiness

a) to the I.C.A.O.
b) to the Department of Trade and Industry
c) to the C.A.A

10. A certificate of Maintenance Review is made out

a) once only for the owner


b) in duplicate for owner and aircraft
c) in triplicate for owner, aircraft and C.A.A.

35

ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 3 and BCAR A/B6-2";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B6-2 9-3.1 note";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para4.1";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.17 Para.1";
explainAnswer[5]="Log books must never be flown in the aircraft to which they relate.";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B7-8";
explainAnswer[7]="Cap 393 The Order and the Regulations";
explainAnswer[8]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[9]="ANO Art.9";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Art.10 Para.5 ";
Exam Number 36.

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1. The Certificate of Registration of an aircraft

a) is valid for twelve months


b) is valid provided an approved maintenance scheme is operated
c) must be renewed if a change of ownership occurs

2. Log books are initially provided by

a) the manufacturer
b) the operator
c) the C.A.A.

3. Which of the following documents must be carried on an aircraft?

a) Engine Log Book


b) Certificate of Registration
c) Air operators Certificate

4. Which of the following is not contained in a Tech Log?

a) Certificate of Maintenance Review


b) Weight and C.G. Schedule
c) List of acceptable deferred defects

5. You would expect to find information on ground handling of aircraft in the

a) Flight Manual
b) Aircraft Maintenance Manual
c) Aircraft Overhaul Manual

6. A.T.A. Specification No. 100 is

a) an internationally agreed form of Maintenance Schedule


b) a system of numbering chapters and sections of Manuals
c) a statement of international airworthiness

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

a) B.C.A.R.
b) A.N.O.
c) C.A.A.I.P.
8. A Quarantine Store

a) holds life controlled items only


b) holds materials and parts until proved to conform to specification.
c) holds parts and materials received from overseas

9. A bonded Store

a) holds parts and materials until released by H.M. Customs


b) holds aeronautical supplies proved to conform to specification
c) holds aeronautical supplies which have failed to conform.

10. A mandatory modification

a) must be carried out before the current inspection cycle is completed


b) must be embodied before the next flight
c) is a modification which the CAA considers necessary to ensure continued airworthiness of
the aircraft.

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.4";
explainAnswer[2]="Log Books are initially provided by the manufacturer because they provide a
'complete' technical history of the aircraft.";
explainAnswer[3]="ANO Sched.11 and JAR-OPS Subpart B.";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B7-8";
explainAnswer[5]="ATA 100 Chapters 9 & 10";
explainAnswer[6]="See ATA 100 specification";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Sched.2 Part B";
explainAnswer[8]="A quarentine store holds materials and parts until proved to conform to
specification.";
explainAnswer[9]="A bonded store holds aeronautical supplies proved to conform to specification";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B6-6 Note 1.2";
Exam Number 37.

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1. A concession is

a) authority for a permanent reduction of a requirement


b) authority to accept a limited quantity of parts which may not be strictly in accordance with the
relevant drawings or specifications
c) authority not to embody a modification

2. Which of the following is typical of the number granted to an approved organization under
BCARs

a) AI/0000/83
b) AN/0000/67
c) AI/0000/103

3. Variable load is weight of

a) crew, their baggage and equipment relevant to role


b) fuel, oil and non-expendable equipment relevant to role
c) basic weight plus operating weight

4. A Log Book is required for

a) each Engine, fixed propeller, aircraft


b) each Engine, each VP propeller, aircraft
c) each Engine, airframe, A.P.U.

5. Technical Logs are mandatory for the following groups:

a) Transport Category plus aerial work category


b) Transport Category plus private category
c) Private plus Special Category

6. Rectification of defects should be entered in appropriate logs

a) immediately reported
b) before expiration of Certificate of Maintenance Review
c) within seven days of expiration of Certificate of Maintenance Review

7. A Certificate of Maintenance Review must be retained for

a) two years after date of issue


b) two years after expiry of period of validity
c) six months after date of issue
8. A Flight Manual is

a) for information of the crew only


b) part of the Certificate of Airworthiness
c) part of the Certificate of Registration

9. Maintenance Schedules are produced by the

a) CAA Safety Regulation Group


b) manufacturer
c) approved maintenance organizations

10. Where would you find inspection and classification of damage and repair

a) Maintenance Manual
b) Flight Manual
c) Repair Manual

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="A concession is authority to accept a limited quantity of parts which may not be
strictly in accordance with the relevant drawings or specifications.";
explainAnswer[2]="A BCAR A8 approval number starts with AI or DAI, followed by a 4-figure
approval number, followed by the year the approval was originally granted";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B6-4";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.17 Para.1";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.11 Para.1";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Art.17 Para.3 (c)";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.10 Para.6";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B3-2 Para.3.1";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B7-5. Actually the operator is required to produce one, but can use the
Schedule written by the MRB (BCAR A/B5-2)";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B7-4 Para.3.4";
Exam Number 38.

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1. If after a duplicate inspection, the control system is disturbed in any way before flight

a) the whole duplicate inspection must be repeated


b) the second part only of the duplicate inspection must be repeated
c) that part which has been disturbed shall be re-inspected in duplicate

2. A Certificate of Maintenance Review is necessary after

a) refuelling an aircraft
b) any task affecting airworthiness of the aircraft
c) a specified number of hours from the issue of the previous one

3. Are C.A.A.I.P. mandatory?

a) Only selected parts which are in B.C.A.R.


b) Yes, but only for six months at a time
c) No, nothing in C.A.A.I.P. is mandatory

4. The aircraft captain records the aircraft hours flown and defects in

a) Aircraft Log Book


b) Technical Log
c) Maintenance Statement

5. Air Navigation Regulations are originated by

a) CAA.
b) Privy Council
c) Department of Trade and Industry

6. A Technical Log is originated by

a) CAA.
b) Operator
c) Manufacturer

7. Where would you find mandatory instrument marking and warning plaques

a) Crew Manual
b) Chapter 11 of the Maintenance Manual (complying with ATA 100)
c) Aircraft Operations manual

8. Who produces and prints maintenance schedules?

a) CAA for Air Operators Certificate Organizations


b) CAA and approved by the manufacturer
c) Aircraft manufacturer and in some cases the operator, and approved by CAA.

9. Details of International Aircraft Markings on the U.K. register will be found in

a) Flight Manual and Certificate Organizations


b) ANO
c) B.C.A.R.
10. 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

a) both parts of the duplicate inspection


b) the second part of the duplicate inspection
c) neither part of the duplicate inspection

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para 9.3.5 and AWN 3";


explainAnswer[2]="Calendar hours - 4 months for a/c exceeding 2730 kg. 12 months for a/c not
exceeding 2730 kg";
explainAnswer[3]="Nothing in CAAIPs or CAIPs are mandatory";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.11 Para.2 (c)";
explainAnswer[5]="The ANRs (CAP 393 Sections 2 - 8) are written by the Privy Council";
explainAnswer[6]="Technical logs are originated by the operator because they are a 'day-to-day'
technical histor for a/c in the transport or aerial work categories.";
explainAnswer[7]="If the Flight Manual is incorporated into the Operations Manual.";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B5-2 The operator is required to produce a Schedule for approval by the
CAA but may use the schedule produced by the MRB (manufacturer).";
explainAnswer[9]="ANO Sched.2 Part B";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B6-2";

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1. An aircraft flying for public transport must do so under the terms of an

a) Air Transport Certificate


b) Air Operators Certificate
c) Aircraft Owners Certificate

2. After a modification on a public transport aircraft what has to be raised?

a) Certificate of Modification
b) Certificate of Release to Service
c) Certificate of Maintenance Review

3. What work has to be recorded and signed for?

a) All work carried out


b) Only work involving replacements
c) Only work which entails a duplicate inspection

4. Who can sign the Certificate of Release to Service?

a) Only a licensed engineer


b) A licensed engineer or approved inspector
c) Anyone who has worked on the particular task.

5. Where is the wording of the Certificate of Release to Service laid down?

a) C.A.A.I.P.
b) B.C.A.R.
c) A.N.O.

6. What should not be kept in Quarantine or Bonded Store?

a) Aircraft spares
b) Engine Spares
c) Commercial Supplies

7. Where can information on overhaul and replacement periods be found?

a) Maintenance Manual
b) Technical Log
c) Flight Manual
8. Large Aircraft Maintenance Schedules are produced by

a) CAA Safety Regulation Group


b) manufacturer with CAA approval
c) operator

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

a) Aerial Application Certificate


b) Aerial Dealers Certificate
c) Air Operators Certificate

10. Reportable Occurrences are notified to the

a) Safety Data Unit of the Accident Investigation Department of the Government:


b) Safety Data Unit of the CAA
c) Safety Data Unit of the Ministry of Civil Aviation

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "c";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="ANO Art.6";
explainAnswer[2]="ANO Art.10 Para.46 & ANO Art.12 Para.7 BCAR A/B6-2 Para.7.1";
explainAnswer[3]="JAR 145.1 Para.a & b BCAR A/B6-2 Para.7.1";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.12 Para.8 BCAR A/B6-2 Para.8.1";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.7.4";
explainAnswer[6]="Commercial supplies have no tracability.";
explainAnswer[7]="ATA 100 Ch.5";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR-OPS Subpart M 1.910";
explainAnswer[9]="ANO Art.30";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Art.117";
Exam Number 40.

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1. An Alert Service Bulletin is issued by

a) the CAA giving notification of a mandatory modification


b) the Manufacturer, notifying aircraft owners and Maintenance Organizations of an urgent major
modification
c) the Manufacturer notifying aircraft owners and Maintenance Organizations of a modification
affecting aircraft airworthiness

2. Where can information on mandatory life limitations for aircraft parts be found

a) in the 'Airworthiness Limitations' section of the Maintenance Manual, in Mandatory


Modifications and Inspections Summary or in CAA Additional Directions
b) in the Technical Log, in Chapter A6-2 or B.C.A.R. and in the Operations Manual which is CAA
Approved
c) in Aircraft Service Bulletins, Technical Log and Aircraft Log Books

3. CAA Approval for a major modification is given on

a) Form AD 261
b) Form AD 282
c) an Airworthiness Approval Note

4. The basis for the flight duration time entered in the Aircraft Log Book is

a) chock to chock
b) take-off to touch down
c) engine start to engine cut

5. A modification is classified as Minor or Major by

a) the aircraft constructor


b) the CAA
c) a Licensed Maintenance Engineer

6. if a temporary wiring repair has to be carried out on an aircraft which is away from its
Maintenance Organization, how would this be certified?

a) By signing a Certificate of Release to Service


b) No Certification need be made
c) Aircraft would be certified as Fit for Flight under 'A' conditions

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

a) 2300 kg
b) 6000 kg
c) 2730 kg.

8. Technical Logs are raised

a) in duplicate
b) in triplicate
c) only if aircraft is to land away from home.
9. A four (4) Engined Turbo-Prop Aircraft requires

a) 9 Statutory Log Books


b) 5 Statutory Log Books
c) 1 - Combined Log Book

10. The Captain records defects

a) on the C of A
b) on the C of R
c) in the Technical Log

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/B6-6 Para.2";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B5-3 Para.3";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A/B2-5 Para 2.2.1";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Sched.6 Art.17 Para.1 (d)";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B2-5";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR 145.30 (1)(5) One-off certification authorisation";
explainAnswer[7]="See LAMS FW/1978 or later issue";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art.11 Para.4 (a)";
explainAnswer[9]="ANO Art.17";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Art.11";

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1. Airworthiness Notices 3 and 10 deal with

a) licensing
b) maintenance
c) approvals

2. A Flight Manual is

a) issued by the C.A.A.


b) issued by the Operator
c) part of the C of A

3. The standard Format for Maintenance Manuals is defined in

a) ATA 100
b) B.C.A.R.s
c) A.N.O. and A.N.R.s

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

a) description
b) description and operations
c) maintenance practices

5. A.T.A. 100 is used in

a) fuel specifications
b) technical and administrative Publications
c) repair manuals

6. The captain can sign for a Duplicate Inspection

a) if A and C Licensed
b) if away from base
c) if there are two Engineers

7. Storage conditions are critical in the

a) Quarantine Store
b) Bonded Store
c) special equipment Store

8. An aircraft with a Certificate of Airworthiness in the aerial work category which is being used
for the dropping of supplies, must operate under the terms of

a) an Aerial Application Certificate


b) an Air Operators Certificate in compliance with Article 6 of the A.N.O.
c) an Aircraft Dealers Certificate with Schedule 1C of the A.N.O.

9. What is the period of validity of a C of A for an aircraft in the Special Category below 2730 kg?

a) 1 Year
b) 3 Years
c) On-going, provide the aircraft is maintained to an Approved Maintenance Schedule

10. A new imported series aircraft requires flight testing prior to the issue of its first British C of A.
this flight test should be carried out under

a) ‘B’ Conditions of Schedule 2 of the A.N.O.


b) No Fitness for Flight Certificate as it has a foreign C of A
c) ‘A’ Conditions of the A.N.O.

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "b";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="See AWNs 3 & 10";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B3-2 Para.3.1";
explainAnswer[3]="See ATA 100 spec.";
explainAnswer[4]="See ATA 100 spec.";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B5-3 Para.2.4";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-2";
explainAnswer[7]="Storage conditions are critical in the bonded store";
explainAnswer[8]="ANO Art.58";
explainAnswer[9]="Special category aircraft CofAs are valid for 1 year.";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Sched.3 Para 1(a) BCAR A/B3-8";
Exam Number 42.

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1. Details of mandatory modifications and inspections incorporated in an aircraft when the C of A


is being renewed are entered and certified on

a) form AD 268A
b) form AD 261
c) form AD 282

2. Part A of the Weight Schedule refers to

a) the aircraft prepared for service weight


b) the variable load
c) the basic weight

3. Fuel Flow results are entered in the

a) Aircraft Log Book


b) Engine Log Book
c) the Fuel Uplift column of the Tech Log

4. Additional equipment which must be installed according to the circumstances in which an


aircraft is flown is listed in

a) the Certificate of Airworthiness


b) Part A of the Weight Schedule
c) the Forth Schedule of the A.N.O.

5. The number of electrical fuses of a particular rating required to be carried in an aircraft is

a) 3% of each rating or 10, whichever is the greater


b) 10% of each rating or 3, whichever is the greater
c) 5 amp or less 3, off 5 amp or more 10 off.

6. Mandatory Aircraft Modifications and Inspection Summary is divided into

a) 3 parts: aircraft, engines and propellers, radio and equipment


b) 2 parts: aircraft and equipment, engines and propellers
c) 4 parts: aircraft, engines and propellers, radio stations, equipment

7. A letter of Transmittal

a) authorizes an amendment to a Maintenance Manual


b) records acceptance of a Type Certificate
c) authorizes a Maintenance Schedule by the CAA

8. Which of the following documents forms part of a tech log?

a) Air Operators Certificate.


b) Maintenance Statement
c) Type certificate data sheet

9. Mandatory modifications are

a) modifications of an urgent nature


b) modifications which ensure continued airworthiness
c) modifications which are approved on an airworthiness approval note

10. The total engine hours expended may be determined from information given in

a) the Technical Log


b) the Engine Log Book
c) the Maintenance Statement

42

ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="AD268A lists the mandatory mods. and inspections incorporated in an aircraft


when the CofA is being renewed.";
explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B7-10 Para.2.7";
explainAnswer[3]="See inside cover of any Aircraft logbook.";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Art.14 & Sched.4";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Sched.4 Scale A(1)";
explainAnswer[6]="See MAMIS or AWN 6";
explainAnswer[7]="A Letter of transmittal authorises an amendment to a Maintenance Manual";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B7-8 Para.2.1c";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B2-5 Para.4";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Sched.6 Para.2";
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1. On completion of the overhaul of an aircraft component by an overhaul organization

a) the Worksheets with a certified CRS are placed in the aircraft file with the log books
b) the Worksheets are retained by the overhaul organization in their own files
c) the Worksheets with a certified CRS are retained by the overhaul organization and a JAA
form 1 is issued to the customer.

2. When an unserviceable component is removed from an aircraft and replaced with a different
component to carry out the same function it is classified as

a) a repair
b) a modification
c) Safety Matters

3. You receive a yellow Airworthiness Notice, what will it contain?

a) General Information
b) Technical advice an technical information
c) Safety matters

4. An incident is classified as an accident if the aircraft suffers serious structural damage or


someone is injured between the times

a) when the first person boards the aircraft with the intention of flying and the last person leaves
the aircraft after flight
b) when the first passengers boards the aircraft and the last passenger leaves the aircraft
c) when the aircraft takes off and the aircraft lands.

5. How many copies of the Certificate of Registration are required?

a) one copy for the owner/operator


b) two copies, one for the owner, one for the aircraft
c) two copies, one for the flight manual, one for the filing system

6. The definition of a Reportable Accident is given in

a) ANO Article 94
b) Civil Aviation (Investigation of Accidents)
c) CAA Air Regulations number 11 CAP 393

7. The renewal date for a C of A would be found in the


a) technical Log
b) aircraft Log Book
c) current C of A

8. Where is the overhaul period of an aircraft component found?

a) In the Approved Maintenance Schedule


b) In the Maintenance Manual
c) In the Component Overhaul Manual

9. The Certificate of Fitness for Flight is issued in

a) 3 copies: for Tech Log, File and Aircraft


b) 2 copies: for Aircraft and File
c) 1 copy: for the Aircraft.

10. The aircraft owners Name Plate must be fixed

a) on the rear fuselage


b) on the instrument panel
c) near the main entrance of the aircraft

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="JAR 145 Section 2 Appendix 3.";


explainAnswer[2]="AWN 3";
explainAnswer[3]="AWN 1";
explainAnswer[4]="ANO Section 8 - Investigation of Accidents";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Art.4";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Section 8 Para.5";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.9 Para.6";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B7-4 Para.2.6";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B3-8 Para.2.3";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Sched.2 Para.1 (4)";

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1. What is the colour coding given to Airworthiness Notices?

a) Pink : Mandatory
Yellow : Administrative
White : Technical and Administrative

b) Pink : Notices applicable to foreign built aircraft below 2730kg


Yellow : Technical, some are mandatory
White : Old Technical and Administrative

c) Pink : Safety, some are mandatory


Yellow : Technical and Administrative
White : Administrative

2. In the ATA 100 format, what would the third element of the reference number refer to?

a) Chapter or system
b) Subject or component
c) Section or sub section

3. The information in the ANO is given in the form of

a) Chapters, each one dealing with a different aspect of civil aviation, these chapters being
backed up by schedules.
b) Articles of law some of which are further clarified by schedules
c) Regulations, each one covering a different aspect of civil aviation and as such is mandatory

4. Air Navigation General Regulations are to be found in

a) Airworthiness Requirements CAP 455


b) British Civil Airworthiness Requirements Section A
c) CAA printed manual CAP 393

5. British Civil Airworthiness Requirements

a) are printed by the CAA and are of an advisory nature


b) form the Technical requirements for the design and operation of aircraft and their equipment
c) interpret the ANO and form the Technical requirements for the design, construction,
operation and maintenance of aircraft and their equipment
6. Information on the procedures adopted by an approved B1 organization for controlling matters
directly affecting airworthiness and technical standards will be laid down in

a) the organization's exposition


b) BCAR Chapter A8-3
c) JAR 145

7. A series type aircraft engine is one that

a) is awaiting evaluation for the purpose of the issue of a British type certificate
b) has been awarded a British type Certificate
c) is awaiting evaluation for the purpose of the issue of a certificate of design

8. Signatories to the CRS will be found in

a) BCAR Section A-8/13, A-8/15, A-8/3


b) the organization exposition
c) Airworthiness Notice No.3

9. Duplicate inspections are required to be made following the disturbance of

a) all engine and propeller controls and any vital points


b) aircraft, engine & propeller controls and any vital points
c) all engine & propeller components and any vital points

10. The wording of the Duplicate inspection statement is given in

a) BCAR Section A & B/6-2


b) ANO Article 2
c) Airworthiness Notice No.3

44

ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="AWN 1";
explainAnswer[2]="See ATA 100 Spec.";
explainAnswer[3]="See CAP 393 The Order and the Regulations";
explainAnswer[4]="See CAP 393 The order and the Regulations";
explainAnswer[5]="See 'Forward' in any BCAR.";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR 145.70";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B2-2 Para.6";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 145.70";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B5-3";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B6-2";
Exam Number 45.
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1. The periods of validity of a CMR are

a) 4 months for all aircraft


b) 4 months for aircraft over 2730kg and 12 months for aircraft below
c) 12 months for aircraft over 2730kg and 4 months for aircraft below

2. A duplicate inspection is defined as an inspection made and certified by

a) an unqualified person and then by a qualified one


b) a qualified person and subsequently repeated by that person
c) a qualified person and subsequently by another qualified person

3. Organizations which automatically have design approval are

a) M1 Maintenance organizations
b) Primary companies
c) M3 Maintenance organizations

4. Aircraft over 13610 kg MTWA certificated recently are covered by

a) M1 organizations
b) M2 organizations
c) M3 organizations

5. Aircraft for which no type licensing exists IAW AWN 10 are covered by

a) M3 organizations
b) M1 organizations
c) B1 organizations

6. CRSs are

a) signed before each flight


b) kept for 2 years
c) can be signed by company approved engineers

7. The embodiment of major modifications is certified in

a) a CRS
b) modification record book
c) aircraft log book
8. Tasks which may be completed without clearance on a CRS are listed in

a) the ANO
b) ANRs
c) the approved maintenance schedule

9. The Chicago Convention occurred in

a) 1971
b) 1949
c) 1944

10. An aircraft has a defect which cannot be cleared by the raising of a CRS because there are no
facilities for the accomplishment of the work to the necessary standard. What action should be
taken?

a) Aircraft must remain until suitably qualified personnel arrive


b) Aircraft can be flown to a place where the task can be accomplished at the discretion of the
commander of the aircraft
c) Aircraft can be flown to a place where the task can be accomplished on the authority of the
CAA

45

ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "c";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="Period of validity of CMR is 4 months for aircraft exceeding 2730 kg and 12


months for aircraft not exceeding 2730 kg.";
explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.9.2.2";
explainAnswer[3]="BCAR A8-1";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A8-3";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A8-3 AWN 10";
explainAnswer[6]="BCAR A/B6-2";
explainAnswer[7]="ANO Art.17 Para.3b";
explainAnswer[8]="CAP 393 Section 2 AN(G)R 16";
explainAnswer[9]="The Chicago convention was 1944";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B6-2 Para.7b";
Exam Number 46.

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1. If an Airworthiness Directive has not been complied with within the flying hour limitations
given on the directive, what effect would this have on the engine?

a) The approved engineer can award an extension to the compliance time to enable the engine to
remain in operation
b) The engine and thus the aircraft is grounded until the directive has been complied with
c) The aircraft can be certified fit for flight under ‘A’ conditions of the ANO and continue
operation for the period of validity of the certificate

2. When does a C.M.R. become valid?

a) When it is written
b) When it is issued
c) Every 4 months

3. What happens to a Hard Time component when removed from an aircraft?

a) Scrapped or returned for overhaul


b) Inspected and if serviceable can be replaced
c) Placed in quarantine store

4. JAR 145

a) applies only to European Aircraft


b) lists the minimum requirements acceptable to the CAA
c) replaces the relevant chapters of BCAR Section A

5. In order to obtain a type rating on an aircraft, an engineer must

a) have a manufacturer’s course within the last 3 years


b) work on the type for 6 months in the last 24 months
c) must work on aircraft for 6 months within the last 24 months

6. Aircraft and aircraft component records must be retained by a JAR 145 approved organization
for a period of

a) three years after the aircraft component is permanently removed from service or destroyed
b) 5 years after the aircraft or aircraft component has been destroyed or permanently removed
from service
c) two years after the aircraft or aircraft component has been released from the JAR 145
approved maintenance organization
7. A JAR 145 approved company’s Quality Assurance Department

a) can be contracted to another company


b) must be part of the company
c) must also have BCAR approval before issuing JAA Form 1 certificates

8. The staffing requirements for an organization approved to undertake maintenance on


commercial transport aircraft are to be found in

a) JAR 145.30
b) JAR E.25D
c) JAR 25.13

9. What is the wording of ACJ?

a) Aircraft circular journal


b) Advisory circular joint
c) Approval circular joint

10. JAR 145 approved organizations are approved to maintain

a) all UK registered aircraft above 5700 kg MTWA


b) all UK registered aircraft used for commercial transport purposes
c) all UK registered aircraft used for commercial transport purposes and aircraft exceeding 13610
kg MTWA in any C of A category

46

ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "a";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "b";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="The engine and thus the aircraft is grounded until the directive has been complied
with";
explainAnswer[2]="The CMR is valid as soon as it is signed (issued)";
explainAnswer[3]="When a hard-time component is removed from teh aircraft it is scrapped or
returned for overhaul.";
explainAnswer[4]="JAR 145 replaces parts of BCAR A8.";
explainAnswer[5]="JAR 145";
explainAnswer[6]="JAR 145.65 (c)";
explainAnswer[7]="JAR 145.65 (c)(1)";
explainAnswer[8]="JAR 145.30";
explainAnswer[9]="JAR 1 Section 1 and www.JAA.nl";
explainAnswer[10]="JAR 145.1 Para.(b)";
Exam Number 47.
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1. A design organization which would not get involved in the manufacturing of its designs would
seek approval as

a) a B1 organization
b) a B4 organization
c) an E1 organization

2. Aircraft flight manuals are

a) a CAA requirement
b) an ICAO requirement
c) an IATA requirement

3. A CAA issued capability list gives

a) details of the scope and extent of a type rated engineers license


b) details of the scope and extent to which an organization's approval is granted
c) details of the operational restrictions in terms of maneuvers (g. forces) placed on a transport
category aircraft at the time of issue of a C of A.

4. An aircraft which has been constructed to an internationally accepted standard of completion


but which doesn’t fully comply with BCAR would most likely be given a C of A in

a) the special category


b) the transport category which would not include the carrying of passengers
c) the private category which would not include the carrying of passengers

5. For Public Transport aircraft, defects and related rectification details which occur when the
aircraft is 'down route' would be entered in

a) the aircraft log book and posted back to the U.K. since it must not be flown in the aircraft to
which it relates
b) the technical log for transfer into the log book when the aircraft returns to base
c) the technical log, one copy of which is removed and sent back to base by an alternative
method

6. The category of C of A under which particular aircraft may fly is specified

a) in the operations manual


b) on the form CA958
c) on the Certificate of Registration (CA 71)

7. The requirement to fly an aircraft properly equipped and that the equipment fitted is to be
serviceable, is given in
a) Article 14 of the ANO
b) Article 8 of the ANO
c) schedule 4 of the ANO

8. Details of aircraft weight and C of G may be obtained from information given in

a) CAA Publications CAAIP Leaflet 1-4


b) CAA Publication CAP 562. Section 1-8
c) Schedule 4 of the ANO

9. When preparing a weight and C of G schedule, the variable load can be calculated from the

a) weight of the passengers plus fuel and cargo


b) weight of the APS and payload
c) weight of the pilots and any special equipment that they require

10. Engine and propeller log book requirements are covered in

a) Article 11 of the ANO


b) JAR E
c) Schedule 6 of the ANO

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ans[1] = "c";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "c";
ans[10] = "c";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A8-8";
explainAnswer[2]="See the wording on a CofA. The Approved Flight Manual forms part of the
CofA.";
explainAnswer[3]="Example BCAR A8-1 Appendix 1 Para.2.4";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B3-2 Para.1.6";
explainAnswer[5]="ANO Article 12";
explainAnswer[6]="Form CA958 is the CofA itself.";
explainAnswer[7]="See ANO Article 14/Schedule 4 (the Article is the 'requirement').";
explainAnswer[8]="CAAIPs Leaflet 1-4";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B5-4";
explainAnswer[10]="ANO Article 17/Schedule 6.";
Exam Number 48.

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1. A Personnel Authorization Certificate enables

a) a type rated licensed engineer to certify a CMR for an M1 organization


b) a type rated licensed engineer to certify level 2 and level 3 NDT examinations
c) a type rated licensed engineer to carry out welding tasks within the limits set by BCAR
Section A8-10

2. The current ANO has

a) 123 Articles, 14 Schedules


b) 134 Articles, 15 Schedules
c) 101 Articles, 11 Schedules

3. The check cycle for aircraft operating under the CAA LAMS/FW/1978 issue 2 is

a) 50 hr., 100 hr. Annual and star inspections


b) 78 hr., 150 hr. and star inspections
c) 50 hr., 150 hr. Annual and star inspections

4. Radio flight test certificates are certified by

a) a CAA Radio Surveyor


b) a Type Rated (Radio) L.A.E.
c) a pilot

5. CAA Additional Airworthiness Directives are printed on

a) Blue Papers
b) Yellow Papers
c) White Papers

6. Foreign Airworthiness Directives Volume 3 covers

a) Foreign built aircraft of American construction


b) Foreign built aircraft over 12000kg on the British Register
c) Foreign built aircraft on the British register except those constructed in the United States

7. Which of the following publications contains additional directives for German built aircraft on
the British Register?

a) CAP 475
b) CAP 476
c) CAP 474

8. If a Canadian aircraft constructed with British built engines were to be imported into the United
Kingdom, which of the following CAA publications would be consulted

a) CAA additional Airworthiness Directives


b) UK additional requirements for the certification of foreign constructed aircraft
c) Civil Aviation Airworthiness information and procedures CAP 562

9. Condition monitoring

a) is a preventative maintenance process


b) permits in-life until failure occurs
c) is a time lifed method of maintenance

10. The allowable deficiency list is normally included in an aircraft’s

a) operations manual
b) modifications record book
c) approval document to the aircraft maintenance schedule

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "a";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "c";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "a";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A8-13 Supplement No.2";


explainAnswer[2]="See current ANO.";
explainAnswer[3]="SEE LAMS FW/1978 or later issue.";
explainAnswer[4]="BCAR A/B3-11";
explainAnswer[5]="CAP 473 is printed on blue paper.";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN 6";
explainAnswer[8]="CAP 473 (AWN 6)";
explainAnswer[9]="See Condition Monitored Maintenance Programme in CAAIPs";
explainAnswer[10]="The ADL is in the Operations Manual.";
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1. The master minimum equipment list is compiled by

a) the air operator and approved by the CAA


b) the manufacturer and the CAA after joint consultation
c) the manufacturer and the air operator after joint consultation and then approved by the CAA

2. An aircraft operators MEL

a) can be less restrictive than the aircraft’s MMEL


b) can be more restrictive than the aircraft’s MMEL
c) must be the same as the aircraft’s MMEL

3. CAP 455 published by the CAA is

a) Mandatory aircraft modifications and inspection summary


b) Foreign airworthiness directives vol.3
c) Airworthiness Notices

4. Information on Air Operators Certificate is to be found in the Air Navigation Order

a) Article 6
b) Article 9
c) Article 20

5. CAA Form 202L is

a) an application form for C of A renewal


b) an application form for the embodiment of a modification classified by the CAA
c) a recommendation for C of A renewal by a L.A.E. for aircraft not exceeding 2730kg
MTWA.

6. If, as the result of an M.O.R. an error in general engineering practices was established, this
would be circulated by the CAA to all organizations and persons concerned by

a) an amendment to CAA publication CAP 562 Civil Aircraft Airworthiness


b) a pink or yellow airworthiness notice
c) CAA publication CAP 479, Engineering Safety Practices

7. A star inspection is
a) an annual inspection coincident with a survey for C of A renewal for Aaircraft not exceeding
2730kg MTWA
b) an inspection which has to be carried out on an imported aircraft to ensure that it complies
with U.K. additional requirements for foreign aircraft, prior to the issue of a C of A.

c) an inspection to be carried out on a special category aircraft prior to its Cof A renewal

8. At what periods should an aircraft exceeding 5700 kg MTWA be weighed

a) at manufacturer and at further periods not exceeding 2 years


b) at manufacturer, two years after manufacture and at further periods not exceeding five years
c) at manufacturer, five years after manufacturer and at further periods specified by the CAA at
times of C of A renewal

9. Before an aircraft, issued with a permit to fly is flown, the aircraft and its equipment must be
certified as fit for flight by the certification of

a) a Flight Release Certificate


b) a Certificate of Release to Service
c) a Fitness for Flight Certificate

10. The wording for the Certificate of Fitness for Flight is to be found in

a) Chapter A6-2 of BCAR


b) Chapter (A&B) 3-8 of BCAR
c) Chapter (A&B) 6-7 of BCAR

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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "b";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "a";
ans[5] = "c";
ans[6] = "b";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "b";
ans[9] = "a";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A/B5-7 Para.5";


explainAnswer[2]="BCAR A/B7-6 Para.4";
explainAnswer[3]="CAP 455 is AWNs";
explainAnswer[4]="See ANO Article 6.";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B3-4 Para.4.3";
explainAnswer[6]="AWN 12";
explainAnswer[7]="BCAR A/B3-4 Para.4";
explainAnswer[8]="BCAR A/B3-4 Para.5. See also JAR-OPS Subpart J - each 4 years.";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B3-7 Appendix 2";
explainAnswer[10]="BCAR A/B3-8";
Exam Number 50.

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1. Companies holding C.A.A. design and Inspection Approval for the manufacture and overhaul of
complete aircraft are defined as

a) primary companies
b) suppliers
c) material manufacturers

2. An Additional Directive is issued by the C.A.A. for certain aircraft, which are

a) American constructed aircraft on the British Register


b) Any foreign aircraft on the British Register
c) British constructed aircraft

3. The syllabus and requirements related to an aircraft maintenance engineer’s license can be found
in B.C.A.R.s

a) Section A
b) Section K
c) Section L

4. The signals to be used when ground marshaling an aircraft can be found in

a) B.C.A.R.s Sect. D
b) C.A.I.P.s Pt. 1
c) Air traffic and Air traffic control regulations

5. The aircraft weight schedule must be preserved by the operator

a) for a maximum period of nine months


b) for a period of six months following the next occasion on which the aircraft is weighed
c) for a minimum period of three months

6. The mandatory modification and inspections summary will list

a) all mandatory modifications and inspection required on any aircraft, British or foreign
b) all mandatory modifications and inspection required on foreign constructed aircraft
c) all mandatory modifications and inspection required on British constructed aircraft

7. On a Certificate of Release for Service an adjustment to a control would come under the heading

a) repair
b) replacement
c) overhaul

8. An Approved Certificate is signed by

a) the Chief Inspector or his appointed signatories


b) a licensed Aircraft Engineer
c) any member of an Approved Organization

9. CAP 395 - modification record book is required for

a) all aircraft
b) all aircraft over 2,730 kg
c) American aircraft only

10. Mandatory equipment required to be fitted on an aircraft would be found in

a) BCAR Section E
b) BCAR Section K or JAR 25
c) BCAR Section C

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ans[1] = "a";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "c";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "c";
ans[7] = "a";
ans[8] = "a";
ans[9] = "b";
ans[10] = "b";

explainAnswer[1]="BCAR A8-1";
explainAnswer[2]="CAP 473 - See AWN 6";
explainAnswer[3]="CAP 468 See AWN 6 Appendix 3.";
explainAnswer[4]="CAP 393";
explainAnswer[5]="ANA Article 18";
explainAnswer[6]="CAP 486 See AWN 6";
explainAnswer[7]="AWN3 / JAR 145 definitions";
explainAnswer[8]="An Approved Certificate is signed by the Chief Inspector or his appointed
signatories.";
explainAnswer[9]="BCAR A/B7-9";
explainAnswer[10]="AWN 6 Appendix 3. BCAR K is Light Aeroplanes. JAR 25 is LArge
Aeroplanes.";

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Exam Number 51.

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1. On a light aircraft with a 3 year C. of A., a Star Inspection must be carried out

a) at every 150 flying hours


b) at the third annual inspection
c) at each annual inspection

2. A Certificate of Maintenance Review for an aircraft over 2,730 kg has a maximum period of
validity of

a) 4 months
b) 6 months
c) 1 year

3. How many copies must be made of the load sheet?

a) One
b) Two
c) Three

4. Certification responsibilities of Licensed Engineers and Approved Inspectors can be found in

a) CAIPs pt 111
b) BCAR Section L
c) Airworthiness Notices 3 and 10.

5. Who is responsible for making a recommendation for a C of A renewal?

a) The CAA Surveyor


b) The approved organization maintaining the aircraft to an Approved Maintenance Schedule
c) The type rated engineer

6. How many times must the nationality and registration marks appear on an aircraft?
a) 3 times
b) 4 times
c) 5 times

7.
a)
b)
c)
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ans[1] = "b";
ans[2] = "a";
ans[3] = "b";
ans[4] = "c";
ans[5] = "b";
ans[6] = "a";
ans[7] = "";
ans[8] = "";
ans[9] = "";
ans[10] = "";

explainAnswer[1]="The Star inspection is to renew the CofA. See LAMS.";


explainAnswer[2]="CMR is valid for 4 months if a/c is over 2,730 kg. 12 months if a/c is not
exceeding 2,730kg.";
explainAnswer[3]="ANO Article 35 Para.4";
explainAnswer[4]="Aee AWN 3 and 10.";
explainAnswer[5]="BCAR A/B3-4 Para.4.2";
explainAnswer[6]="ANO Schedule 2 Part B";
explainAnswer[7]="";
explainAnswer[8]="";
explainAnswer[9]="";
explainAnswer[10]="";

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