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QUESTION POOL ON NCAA EXAMS

1. Emergency exit signs in a passenger compartment:


(a) Must never be covered
(b) Must always be covered until an emergency exists
(c) Must always be covered when exit is inoperative and locked
2. Before the NCAA can approve a ‘Major’ modification they may require:
(a) An Approved certificate
(b) A certificate of fitness for flight
(c) A certificate of design
3. A minor modification is approved by:
(a) An Approved design centre
(b) An Approved organization
(c) A safety Regulation Group Surveyor
4. A Maintenance Statement must be included in every:
(a) Aircraft and engine log book
(b) Aircraft maintenance manual
(c) Aircraft Technical log
5. The mandatory modification and inspections summary will list:
(a) All mandatory modifications and inspections required on an aircraft Nigerian or
foreign
(b) All mandatory modifications and inspections required on foreign constructed aircraft
(c) All mandatory modifications and inspections required on American constructed
aircraft.
6. Mandatory modifications and inspections must be carried out:
(a) Before the next flight
(b) Before CMR expires
(c) In accordance with limits specified by the NCAA
7. Service Bulletins are issued by:
(a) The NCAA and always mandatory
(b) The NCAA and are mandatory when the Manufacturer decides
(c) The manufacturer and are mandatory when the Authority decides
8. Following a temporary repair the aircraft may be flown at the discretion of the
(a) Chief engineer
(b) Aircraft Commander
(c) L.A.E. who did the work
9. Under NCAR 145 a reportable occurrence should be forwarded to the Authority within:
(a) 96 hours
(b) 72 hours (3days)
(c) The time specified on the Approved document
10. NCAR 145 Approval is required for all organizations which:
(a) Operate as an European Consortium
(b) Maintain aircraft used for carrying passengers, or mail for reward
(c) Maintain public transport aircraft exceeding 1361 Kg MTWA
11. Computerized record systems are acceptable only if:
(a) Backed up by hand written records of robust material
(b) Backed up discs, tapes, etc are stored in a different location from the working ones
(c) Back up and working discs and tapes are stored together in a lockable, fireproof
store
12. In the NCAR 145 rating system the letter B relates to:
(a) Components
(b) (b) aircraft not exceeding 5700 kg MTWA
(c) Engines.
13. NCAR Form 1 is signed by:
(a) The chief Store man
(b) The Chief Inspector or his authorized signatories
(c) The resident Civil Aviation Authority surveyor
14. The NCAR 145 Approved Organization must retain copies of all Maintenance Records
and Associated Airworthiness data for a period of:
(a) 2 years from issue of Certificate of Release to Service
(b) 3 years unless specially stated otherwise
(c) 6 months
15. An aircraft type certificate may be:
(a) Issued to a prototype aircraft by the manufacturer
(b) Issued to a prototype aircraft by the Authority
(c) Issued to a series aircraft by the manufacturer
16. A certificate of fitness for flight is valid for a maximum of:
(a) Seven days provided the Airworthiness of the aircraft has not changed
(b) Two years
(c) Until the next maintenance check
17. When flying under the ‘B’ conditions of the 2 nd schedule A.N.O.s, the aircraft:
(a) Must be registered
(b) Need not be registered
(c) Need not be registered, but must be marked in a manner approved by the Nigerian
Civil Aviation Authority
18. Engineers and Aircraft Owners are informed of A/C airworthiness condition or
emergency
(a) In A.N.O. revisions
(b) Through the Air Navigation Regulations
(c) Via ‘Airworthiness Notices’
19. An Air Operator Certificate:
(a) Is required by members of a flight crew
(b) Is not required if an approved maintenance schedule is in operation
(c) Must be held by an Operator who uses aircraft for the purpose of public transport
20. Who is responsible for the provision of an aircraft maintenance manual?
(a) The NCAA
(b) The manufacturer
(c) The operator
21. An aircraft with nine current Log Books would be:
(a) An aircraft with four gas turbine engines fitted
(b) A helicopter with for rotor blades fitted
(c) An aircraft with four piston engines and variable pitch propellers fitted
22. A Technical Log is required for:
(a) Public transport and aerial work aircraft only
(b) All aircraft
(c) Aircraft under 2,739 kg M.A.W.
23. A License Without Type Rating:
(a) Entitles the holder to the same certification privileges as Type Rated
(b) Limited Certification Privilege
(c) No certification privilege
24. On a Certificate of Release for Service, an adjustment to a control would come under the
heading:
(a) Repair
(b) Replacement
(c) Overhaul
25. The purpose on 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
26. 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 Programme
27. A Permit to Fly is valid:
(a) Until the date stated on it
(b) For 12 months always
(c) Only for evaluating a modification
28. The check cycle for aircraft exceeding 2,730 kg 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
29. The responsibility of weighing aircraft N/E 2,730 kg MTWA rest with the:
(a) Operator
(b) NCAA
(c) Manufacturer
30. Certificates of Release to Service are issued on completion of:
(a) Each inspection item on the AMP
(b) A check on the check cycle
(c) Each check ‘A’ for aircraft N/E 2,730 kg MTWA
31. Which of the following requirements are prescribed in the Airworthiness Part on the
then ANRs?
(a) Issuance of Service Bulletin, Alert Service Bulletin and Airworthiness Directive
(b) Continuing Airworthiness of aircraft, Air Operator Approved Aircraft Maintenance
Inspection requirements, Issuance of Certificates of Airworthiness and other
Certification for aeronautical products;
(c) All of the above.
32. What is the full meaning of the acronym AMO?
(a) Aircraft Maintenance Organization
(b) Aviation Maintenance Organization
(c) Approved Maintenance Organization
33. What is the full meaning of the acronym AIS?
(a) Aviation Information Service
(b) Aeronautical Information Service
(c) Air-data Information Service
34. Nigerian registered aircraft operating pursuance to an AOC may be maintained:
(a) By organization with National approval
(b) By persons holding LWTR and Type Ratings
(c) By an approved maintenance organization
35. Section 1 of NCAR contains:
(a) The requirements
(b) Means of compliance
(c) Clarification material
36. Under NCAR 145, the Approval Certificate specifies
(a) The extent of the approval
(b) The scope of the work
(c) The level of the approval
37. Section 2 of the NCAR 145 contains:
(a) The regulations laid down by European law
(b) An acceptable means of compliance and interpretive material
(c) The requirements of NCAR 145
38. When a repair component is issued from a workshop within an approved organization,
for use by that organization:
(a) The Release to Service must be on NCAR Form 1 or equivalent
(b) The Release to Service is on workshop documentation
(c) The Release to Service is on the serviceability label
39. Base maintenance is defined as that which:
(a) Takes place at the base headquarters only
(b) Relates to major repairs only
(c) Comprises C and D checks
40. For certifying staff, in an NCAR 145 company, the scope of authorization is detailed in:
(a) The record of certifying staff held by approval organization
(b) The authorization documentation held by the NCAA
(c) The NCAA License held by the individual
41. NCAR 145 scope of work is found in:
(a) NCAR 145 Approval document
(b) NCAR Form 6
(c) The Company Exposition (or operations specifications)
42. The different approval granted under NCAR 145 are given by:
(a) Division and chapter
(b) Class and Rating
(c) Group and paragraph
43. For a change of location of base, each AOC holder shall provide a written notification of
intent to the Authority:
(a) At least 30 days
(b) At least 60 days
(c) At least 90 days
44. Which of the following statement is/are true, on whom the Authority can issue an AOC?
(a) Only if the applicant is a citizen of Nigeria
(b) Meets the applicable regulations and standards for the holder of an AOC
(c) All of the above
45. The Minimum Equipment List is the:
(a) The equipment that may be inoperative for aircraft dispatch
(b) Minimum equipment that an aircraft must carry
(c) Minimum equipment to satisfy a particular role of the aircraft
46. The definition of a “Reportable Occurrence” is detailed in:
(a) Air Navigation Orders
(b) Airworthiness Notices
(c) NCARs
47. The store holding items having their specification/conformity checked is the:
(a) Document store
(b) Quarantine store (holds materials until when they are proved to conform to spec)
(c) Bonded store (holds materials that have been proven to conform to spec)
48. Aircraft exceeding 5700 kg MTWA must be weighed by the operator every:
(a) Five years
(b) Two years
(c) Certificate of Airworthiness Renewal
49. A certificate of Registration must be carried on the aircraft:
(a) For all flights
(b) For all international flights
(c) On all test flights
50. A mandatory modification must be carried out:
(a) Before the next inspection cycle
(b) Before the next flight
(c) As specified by the NCAA
51. The Minimum Equipment List items are grouped according to:
(a) ATA 100
(b) Their importance
(c) The maintenance schedule
52. What is the full meaning of the acronym NOTAM?
(a) Notification of Technical Airmen
(b) Notice to Aviation Maintenance
(c) Notices to Airmen
53. Maintenance support for an aircraft operating to an air operator’s certificate is in
accordance with:
(a) Commercial Aircraft Procedures Part 11, published by the Maintenance
Organizations
(b) Civil Aviation Publication 360 Part 1 published by the Nigerian civil Aviation Authority
(c) NCAR Ops 1/3
54. Training of certifying staff in an NCAR 145 Organization is the responsibility of the
Organization or an institution selected by the:
(a) Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority
(b) Boeing Commercial
(c) Organization
55. A duplicate inspection is required on:
(a) All aircraft, when engine controls, flying controls or vital points are disturbed
(b) Public Transport and aerial work aircraft only, when engine controls, flying controls
or vital points are disturbed
(c) Control replacements only
56. After the engine drive hydraulic pump has been installed:
(a) The Certificate of Maintenance Review must be signed by the ‘A’ and ‘C’
(b) The Certificate of Release to Service must be signed by the ‘A’ L.A.E.
(c) The Certificate of Release to Service must be signed by the ‘A’ and ‘C’ L.A.E.
57. An Approved maintenance Programme must list:
(a) All applicable aircraft
(b) All aircraft of the same type on the Nigeria Register
(c) All aircraft of any types operated by the Schedule Holder
58. Repainting of nationality and registration marks:
(a) Requires the aircraft to be weighed and a C.R.S. issued by the Approved painter
(b) Requires the approval of the NCAA
(c) Requires a C.R.S. to be issued in Category ‘A’
59. Amendments to Maintenance Manuals:
(a) Are transmitted bi-weekly by the manufacturer
(b) Are transmitted as required by the manufacturer
(c) Are transmitted as required by the NCAA
60. An aircraft Type Certificate may be:
(a) Issued to a prototype aircraft by the manufacturer
(b) Issued to a prototype aircraft by the Authority
(c) Issued to a series aircraft by the manufacturer
61. A flight manual is:
(a) A document in its own right
(b) Part of the Certificate of Airworthiness
(c) Part of the Operations Manual
62. Following major modification, the weight and centre of gravity schedule will be amended
by:
(a) The aircraft type certificate holder
(b) The person issuing the C.R.S. for the modification
(c) The loading officer
63. Modifications carried out on an aircraft under 2,700 kg are recorded in:
(a) The pink pages of the aircraft log book
(b) Modification record book
(c) Mandatory aircraft Modification and inspection summary
64. The Authority will only accept an application for a production organization Approved
if:
(a) The Authority agrees that, for a defined scope of work, such an approval is not
appropriate for the purpose of showing a specific design
(b) The applicant holds or has applied for an approval of such a design, and did not
satisfactorily co-ordinate between production and design
(c) The Authority agrees that, for a defined scope of work, such an Approval is found
appropriate for the purpose and conformity with a specific design.
65. Which of the following organizations can approve a Supplemental Type Certificate?
(a) Boeing Commercial U.S.A.
(b) The regulatory agency of the design or state of registry of the aircraft
(c) Only JAA member country
66. Who can apply for Issuance of a Supplementary Type Certificate?
(a) Any operator in Nigeria
(b) Any person who alters a product by introducing a minor change in type design, not
enough to require a new Type Certificate
(c) Any person who alters a product by introducing a major change in type design, not
enough to require a new Type Certificate
67. Which of the following flying apparatus/aircraft require the issuance or Validation of a
Certificate of Airworthiness?
(a) A glider, if it is being used for the public transport of passenger or aerial work
(b) A balloon, if it is not being used for the public transportation of passenger
(c) A kite
68. An aircraft shall not fly or attempt to fly unless:
(a) There is in force in respect of it a Certificate of Airworthiness only issued or
validated by JAA member country
(b) There is in force in respect of it a Certificate of Airworthiness duly issued or
validated under the law of the country in which the aircraft is registered
(c) All of the above
69. When is Certificate of Airworthiness renewable?
(a) After every B – check
(b) After every 12 months (N/B: Transport C of A ≤ 18 months; other Standard C of A ≤ 12 months; Special
Flight C of A ≤ 12 months)
(c) After every check
70. Who issues a Certificate of Airworthiness?
(a) Only the CAA of the state of manufacture
(b) The CAA of the state of registry
(c) All the above are correct
71. Who is eligible to apply for Certificate of Airworthiness?
(a) Any registered owner of a Nigerian registered aircraft or agent of the Owner
(b) Any applicant that applies in a form and manner acceptable to the Authority
(c) All of the above
72. In which part/subpart can a Certificate of Airworthiness issue and renewable found, in
our ANR?
(a) Part 4
(b) Part 5
(c) Part 6
73. Under how many categories can the Authority issue C of A?
(a) 3
(b) 4
(c) 5
74. The Authority may amend or modify a Certificate of Airworthiness:
(a) After every check and spot inspection
(b) Upon application from an operator, and on Authority’s initiation
(c) After a minor modification
75. Which of the following statements in not correct, if an owner shall transfer a
Certificate of Airworthiness?
(a) Transfer to the lease upon lease of an aircraft within or outside Nigeria
(b) Transfer to the FAA after selling the aircraft in Nigeria (to NCAA after sell outside Nig)
(c) Transfer to the buyer upon sale of the aircraft within Nigeria
76. The Authority will issue a Standard Certificate of Airworthiness if:
(a) There are evidence to the Authority that the aircraft conforms to a type under
design by Boeing company
(b) There are evidence to the Authority that the aircraft conforms to a type design
approved under by Boeing and the applicable AD’s
(c) There are evidence to the Authority that the aircraft conforms to a type design
approved under a Type Certificate or Supplemental Type Certificate and to the
applicable AD’s of the State of Design or Manufacture
77. The Authority will consider a Certificate of Airworthiness valid for commercial air
transport only when accompanied by:
(a) Maintenance manual issued by the manufacturer which identify the specific types
of commercial air transport to be maintained
(b) Minimum Equipment list approved by the Authority which identify the specific
types of commercial air transport authorized
(c) Operations Specifications issued by the Authority which identify the Specific types
of commercial air transport authorized
78. The Authority may issue Special Flight Permits or Ferry Permits to an aircraft that is
capable of safe flight, but unable to meet applicable airworthiness requirements for
the following purpose except:
(a) Evacuating aircraft from areas of impending danger
(b) Evacuating passengers from dangerous areas
(c) Testing after repairs, modifications, or maintenance have been performed
79. Who is responsible for maintaining aircraft in an airworthy condition?
(a) Aviation Safety Inspectors (Airworthiness)
(b) Operator/owner of the aircraft
(c) CAA of State of Manufacture or Design
80. All maintenance, overhaul, modifications, and repairs which affect Airworthiness of the
aircraft, are performed as prescribed by:
(a) The JAA member country
(b) The manufacturer
(c) The CAA State of Registry
81. When can an Authority issue Airworthiness Directives?
(a) When the Authority determines that an airframe or aeronautical product Needs
modification
(b) When the Authority determines that an airframe or aeronautical product has
exhibited an unsafe condition and it’s likely to develop in other products of the
same type design
(c) All of the above
82. Who shall report to the Authority any failures, malfunctions or defects that results
during false fire warning, engine shutdown due to flame out and foreign object injection
or icing in flight?
(a) The engine manufacturer
(b) The captain/crew in-flight
(c) The owner/operator of the aircraft
83. Performance rules of Airworthiness Limitations can be found in?
(a) ANR Part 4.6.7
(b) ANR Part 5.6.7
(c) ANR Part 6.6.7
84. For how long should report be submitted to the Authority after determining the cause
of the failure, malfunction, or defect?
(a) Within 1 day
(b) Within 3 days (72 hours)
(c) Within 5 days
85. Which of the following persons are authorized to perform maintenance?
(a) A pilot licensed by the Authority and a technician (N/B: authorized pilot can only maintain
his/her A/C)
(b) An AOC holder, approved to perform maintenance
(c) All of the above
86. What privileges and limitations does an approved maintenance personnel have with
respect to the extent and type of work they may perform?
(a) Maintenance, preventive maintenance and modification
(b) Inspection, issuing of CRS and C of R
(c) All of the above
87. Who can issue a CRS?
(a) A pilot licensed by the Authority and licensed engineer ( N/B: a pilot can return his)
(b) A CSAM (Certifying Staff Aircraft Maintenance)
(c) An AMO holder only
88. Where can the performance rules of inspections and maintenance be found?
(a) Manufacturer’s Maintenance Manual
(b) CAA of the State of Manufacture
(c) Civil Aviation (Air Navigation) Regulations
89. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulations (Nigerian CAA) are applicable to:
(a) Nigerian registered aircraft and aircraft of other Contracting states operating into,
from or within Nigeria
(b) Aircraft registered in another Contracting State that are operated by a person
licensed by Nigeria, and must be maintained in accordance with the standards of the
aircraft State of Registry, wherever that maintenance is performed.
(c) All of the above
90. In relations to the Regulations, the word “Approved” means:
(a) Customarily permitted
(b) Internationally permitted by practice
(c) The Authority had reviewed the method, procedure or policy in question and issued
a formal written approval
91. The Accountable officer is:
(a) The Chief Executive
(b) The Officer who exercises authority on behalf of the Authority for ensuring that all
prescribed actions are performed to the standard required by the Authority
(c) The Chief Accountant of the company
92. The Accountable manager is:
(a) The manager who has corporate authority for ensuring that all flight operations and
maintenance activities required by the aircraft owner/operator can be financed and
carried out to the standard required by the authority
(b) The Managing Director
(c) The Company Chairman
93. The aircraft Technical Log is:
(a) A document carried on board an aircraft for recording defects and malfunctions
discovered during operation and for details of all maintenance carried out while the
aircraft is operating between scheduled visits to the base maintenance facility
(b) A document that contains operating information relevant to flight safety and
maintenance data that the operating crew need to know
(c) All of the above
94. Approved Maintenance Programme is:
(a) A Maintenance Programme approved by the State of Registry of an aircraft
(b) A Maintenance Programme approved by the aircraft manufacturer.
(c) A Maintenance Programme developed by the operator
95. Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) is an organization:
(a) Approved to perform specific aircraft maintenance activities by the Authority
(b) Whose activities may include the inspection, overhaul, maintenance, repair and/or
modification and Release to Service of aircraft or aeronautical products
(c) All of the above
96. Certifying Staff – Aircraft Maintenance is :
(a) A person approved by the Authority to perform defined maintenance on
aeronautical products or parts.
(b) A rated mechanic only
(c) Repair Specialist only
97. An inspection is:
(a) Clinical examination of a system
(b) The examination of an aircraft, aeronautical product and operational programmes to
establish conformity with a standard as approved by the Authority
(c) The critical observation of parts and materials
98. Maintenance Release is:
(a) A certification by the pilot that he is satisfied and ready to accept the aircraft
(b) A certification by the Chief Engineer
(c) A document containing a certification that inspection and maintenance work has
been performed satisfactorily in accordance with the methods prescribed by the
Authority
99. Minimum Equipment List (MEL) is :
(a) A list established for a particular aircraft type by the manufacturer
(b) A list containing deficiencies
(c) A list approved by the Authority which provides for the operation of aircraft, subject
to specific conditions, with particular equipment inoperative, prepared by an
operator in conforming with, or more restrictive than, the MMEL established for the
aircraft type by the aircraft manufacturer and approved by the State of Design
100. Operator’s Maintenance Management Exposition (OMME) is:
(a) Operator’s manual of overhaul procedures
(b) Restoration document of maintenance
(c) A manual containing procedures, instructions and guidance for use by maintenance
and concerned operational personnel in the examination of their duties
101. “Overhaul” is:
(a) Disassembly and cleaning process only
(b) Testing and changing of parts only
(c) The restoration of an aircraft or other aeronautical product using methods,
techniques and practices acceptable to the Authority
102. Pre-flight inspection is:
(a) Pilot’s visual check before flight
(b) Engineer’s work-around check
(c) The inspection carried out before flight to ensure that the aircraft is fit for intended
flight
103. Preventive maintenance is:
(a) Part of maintenance tasks which do not involve complex assembly operation
(b) Is a routine clearing of defects
(c) Is a daily inspection task
104. “Repair” is:
(a) Restoration of an aircraft/aeronautical product to a serviceable condition in
conformity with an approved standard
(b) Major and Minor work done
(c) All of the above
105. “Rebuild” is the work performed by only the manufacturer or an organization approved
by the manufacturer and authorized by the State of Registry
(a) False
(b) True
(c) Never
106. Required inspection items are maintenance and/or alterations that require duplicate
inspections which must be carried out by a person other than the one performing the
work
(a) False
(b) True
(c) Never
107. An aeroplane having a maximum certificated take-off mass of less than 5,700 kg
(12500lbs) is
(a) Medium aeroplane
(b) Long haul aeroplane
(c) Small aeroplane
108. Any maintenance not normally performed by an AMO (e.g. tyre rethreading, plating etc)
is:
(a) Routine maintenance
(b) Specialised maintenance
(c) Casual maintenance
109. A person who is required to have a license shall have it in his or her physical possession
or readily accessible in the aircraft or at the work site when exercising the privileges of
that license
(a) Some of the time
(b) Always
(c) Not required
110. Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) Certificate shall be prominently displayed
(a) In the aircraft
(b) Any registered office
(c) In the principal business office of the AMO holder
111. Any person may have his or her airman License, Rating, Certificate, Qualification or
Authorization revoked or suspended if found guilty of making
(a) Any fraudulent on intentional false statement
(b) Any fraudulent on intentional alteration or entry in any logbook, records or report
(c) All of the above
112. “EXEMPTIONS” may be issued
(a) Only when the operator applies in writing
(b) Only on compassionate grounds
(c) When the Authority has determined that it is in the interest of the public and
aviation safety and is not adversely affected
113. The Authority may issue Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) in the following categories:
(a) A1, B, C, D
(b) A, B1, B2, C
(c) A, B, C, D
114. The Authority may grant approval to a Repair Specialist in accordance
(a) With his endorsement
(b) With his practical experience
(c) With the capability list provided by an AMO
115. Aircraft Maintenance License expires (N/B: AMO Certificate expires 24 months after issue)
(a) 12 calendar months from the month in which it is issued
(b) 24 calendar months from the month in which it is issued
(c) 12 months from the month in which it is issued
116. An applicant for an Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) in any associated category shall
(a) Be at least 18 years of age
(b) Be at least 21 years of age
(c) Be not more than 20 years of age
117. An AML holder with Airframe and/or Avionics rating may not supervise the
modification of, or Release to Service, any aircraft airframe, aircraft engine, propeller,
appliance, component, or part thereof, for which he or she is rated unless he or she
has satisfactorily performed the work concerned in an earlier date.
(a) True
(b) False
(c) Never
118. An AML holder with Airframe and/or Avionics rating may not exercise the privileges of
the License unless the Certifying Staff understands the current instructions for continuing
airworthiness and the maintenance instructions for the specific operation concerned
(a) Never
(b) True
(c) False
119. A CSAM is required to undergo recurrent training on the functions pertaining to the
exercise of the privileges of his or her license at least
(a) Once every year
(b) Once in two years
(c) Once every six months
120. Ratings for an applicant employed by an Air Operator shall coincide with the approved
operations specifications and the approved maintenance system that identifies the air
operator’s authorizations limited to specific job for which
(a) The operator is approved
(b) The person is employed to perform, supervise or issue Certificate of Return to
Service
(c) The operator is capable
121. Repair Specialist approval held by each person shall be kept
(a) At his residential address
(b) By the company for safe keeping
(c) Within the immediate area where he or she normally exercises the privileges of
the approval
122. An applicant with a history of acute toxic psychosis need not be regarded as disqualifying
provided that the applicant
(a) Is affected intermittently
(b) Has suffered no permanent impairment
(c) Only has a personality disorder
123. Additional medical requirement for CLASS 1 medical certificate such as stress EGG,
Echocardiogram, Abdominal/pelvic ultrasound if the applicant is
(a) 40 – 45 years
(b) 60 – 65 years
(c) 50 – 55 years
124. An Aviation Training Organization (ATO) Certificate consists of:
(a) A certificate for public display signed by the Authority
(b) Training specifications containing the terms, conditions, and authorization applicable
to the ATO Certificate
(c) (a) and (b) above
125. Each ATO shall maintain a record of each trainee for at least
(a) One (1) year after training
(b) Two (2) years after training
(c) One and a half (11/2) years after training
126. The Certificate of Registration issued to registered owner of an aircraft shall indicate
(a) The expiry date
(b) The date on which the certificate was issued
(c) The date of import of the aircraft
127. The Registration mark of a Nigerian registered aircraft shall be group of three capital
letters in Roman character assigned by
(a) IATA (b) ICAO (c) The Authority
128. The Nationality mark of a Nigerian aircraft shall be the capital letter
(a) “G” (b) “Y” (c) “N”
129. Each aircraft registered shall fix Identification Plate in
(a) A prominent position in the cockpit
(b) A prominent position near the main entrance
(c) A conspicuous place in the cabin
130. The requirement for an aircraft to have Certificate of Airworthiness shall not apply to
flights beginning and ending in Nigeria without passing over another country if the
aircraft is flying in accordance with the conditions of a Permit to Fly which is issued by
the Authority in respect of that aircraft
(a) True (b) False (c) Never
131. Each applicant for a Certificate of Airworthiness shall ensure the aircraft is properly
registered and marked including:
(a) Shatter proof Identification Plate
(b) Fire proof Identification Plate
(c) Water proof Identification Plate
132. The Authority may issue a Certificate of Airworthiness in respect of any aircraft if it is
satisfied that the aircraft is Fit to Fly having regard to:
(a) Competence of the crew
(b) Management’s compliance to Airworthiness Directives (ADs)
(c) The design, construction, workmanship, materials in particular any engines fitted
therein, of any equipment carried in the aircraft as well as results of flying trials and
such other tests of the aircraft as the Authority may require
133. The Authority shall cause records to be produced for examination upon request at any
reasonable time by any person who, in the opinion of the Authority had reasonable
grounds for requiring to examine the records
(a) True (b) False (c) Not applicable
134. The Authority shall issue Certificate of Airworthiness for aircraft meant to carry fare
paying passengers or graduations carriage of passengers as
(a) Private / Special Category
(b) Transport / Aerial work Category (N/B: e.g. of aerial work: agric A/C, banner towing for advert, film
shooing, search & rescue, fish spotting)
(c) Transport Category (passenger)
135. The Authority may amend or modify a Certificate of Airworthiness upon application
from the operator or upon the initiative of the Authority
(a) Prohibited (b) False (c) True

NCAT
136. An Approved Certificate
(a) Certifies that materials or parts conform to the full requirements of an approved
specifications or drawing
(b) Certifies that items are up to standard
(c) Certifies that items are serviceable
137. An Air Operator’s Certificate
(a) Is a wall plaque awarded to an approved organization
(b) Is required before an aircraft can operate in the public transport category
(c) Is awarded to a company, which has good safety record
138. Civil Aircraft Inspection Procedures (CAIP)
(a) Contain information of a mandatory nature
(b) Deal with various aspects of construction, overhaul and maintenance of civil aircraft
(c) Contain approved inspections schedules
139. What is a mandatory modification?
(a) A procedure detailed in NCAR
(b) A mod. Detailed via Airworthiness Notices
(c) A modification which must, on the Authority of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, be
carried out to ensure Continued Airworthiness of aircraft
140. Civil Aviation Inspection Procedure (CAIP)
(a) Are produced by an approved organization
(b) Are produced by aircraft manufacturer
(c) Are produced and published by the Airworthiness Division
141. Technical and administrative information is officially circulated to licensed engineer
and aircraft owners
(a) In CAA Revisions
(b) Through the medium of Air Navigation Regulations
(c) Via “Airworthiness Notices”
142. Which of the following is typical of the number granted to an approved organization
(a) AN/0000/83
(b) AI/000/67
(c) AI/0000/07
143. Which of the following documents is a statutory instrument?
(a) CAIP
(b) SRM
(c) CAA
144. A design certificate is raised by
(a) AWD NCAA
(b) CAA
(c) The responsible approved design organization
145. A Design Certificate certifies that
(a) All necessary requirements have been complied with
(b) The design organization has been approved
(c) The drawings have been approved by the Chief Designer
146. Approved Certificates
(a) Are issued under conditions laid down in the CAA
(b) Are issued under Airworthiness Division Authority to cover the release of goods from
an approved organization
(c) Are issued by a manufacturer producing components which are common to more
than one aircraft, and which are sub-standard
147. A Nigerian aircraft manufacturer must apply for a C of A to the
(a) IATA (b) NCAA (c) ICAO
148. The period of validity of a C of A is
(a) 12 months
(b) 3 years
(c) As stated on the certificate
149. Maintenance records must be retained for
(a) 6 months
(b) 2 years after engine, aircraft or propeller has been destroyed or withdrawn
permanently from service
(c) Until Airworthiness Division approval to destroy them has been given
150. An aircraft placed in the “Transport” Category (passenger)
(a) May be used for any purpose
(b) May carry passengers only
(c) May be used to transport passengers on approved routes only
151. The Certificate of Registration of an aircraft
(a) Is valid for 12 months
(b) Is valid provided an approved maintenance schemes is in operation
(c) Must be renewed if a change of ownership occurs
152. An application for a Certificate of Registration
(a) Is not required if the aircraft weighs less than 2300 kg MCTOM
(b) Is not required from a Scottish firm
(c) May be refused at the discretion of the NCAA if it appears that the aircraft might be
more suitably registered in some country
153. The person responsible for setting up a suitable stores organization is
(a) The resident Airworthiness Authority Surveyor
(b) A suitably licensed engineer
(c) The Chief Inspector of the firm’s inspection organization or the Chief Storekeeper of
a firm approved as a stockist
154. An approved store
(a) Has satisfied the requirements of a visiting surveyors
(b) Has a suitably segregated commercial section
(c) Incorporates a quarantine store, and a bonded store
155. A quarantine store
(a) Holds parts and materials from Overseas
(b) Holds materials and parts until they are proved to conform to specification and/or
drawings
(c) Holds life controlled items only
156. A Bonded store
(a) Holds parts and materials until by the customs
(b) Is provided to hold parts and materials which have been proved to conform to
specifications/drawings
(c) Holds commercial parts only
157. Who is responsible for ensuring that an aircraft has been correctly weighed?
(a) NCAA
(b) The resident Airworthiness Authority surveyor
(c) The Operator
158. The legislation directing that an aircraft must be weighed is to be found in
(a) CAA No. 30 of 1964
(b) CAIP
(c) NCAA Notices
159. The basic weight of an aircraft includes
(a) Fuel load but no payload
(b) Weight of basic airframe plus equipment plus declared quantity of unusable fuel and
oil
(c) Weight of crew, baggage, and special equipment
160. Which of the following documents must be carried on an aircraft?
(a) Certificate of Registration
(b) Aircraft Log Book
(c) Variable pitch Propeller Logbook
161. An aircraft registered in Nigeria in respect of which a C of A is in force, can only fly after
any part of the aircraft or its equipment has been overhauled or repaired or modified if
(a) A Concession Certificate is in force
(b) A Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) has been issued
(c) Air Operator charter has been issued
162. A Maintenance Engineer’s License remains in force
(a) For 5 years
(b) For 2 years
(c) A period not exceeding 12 months
163. The filling system of an approved stores organization must be retained
(a) For a minimum of 12 months
(b) For a minimum of 2 years
(c) For a minimum of 5 years after all transactions have been completed

164. Records in the filling system of an approved store may be destroyed


(a) With the agreement of the NCAA in the case of major component or assemblies
(b) At the discretion of the Chief Storekeeper
(c) On instruction from the Chief Inspector
165. Materials are “approved”
(a) If an inspection stamp appears on the accompanying documentation
(b) If an inspection stamp appears on the validation certificate
(c) If an approved certificate signed by an approved signatory is attached
166. All materials and parts subjected to special processes must be released under “cover”
(a) A Certificate of Compliance
(b) A Certificate of Validation
(c) An Approved Certificate
167. An Approved Certificate must never be issued in respect of
(a) Parts and materials common to military and civil aircraft
(b) Materials subjected to special processes
(c) Defective or unserviceable parts and materials
168. Minimum distribution required for Approved Certificate is
(a) One copy
(b) Two copies
(c) Two copies, one to consignee, one for consignor
169. Information concerning the bonded storage of common supplies for civil and military
aircraft may be found
(a) In Airworthiness Notice
(b) In CAA No 30 1964
(c) In CAIP BL1-6
170. A Validation Certificate
(a) Is required for an aircraft which has undergone extensive repair
(b) Is required for a prototype (modified) aircraft only
(c) Is required for an aircraft registered in Nigeria but with a foreign C of A
171. An aircraft made abroad and given a foreign C of A
(a) Automatically qualifies for a Nigerian C of A
(b) Cannot operate in Nigeria
(c) Can operate in Nigeria after Validation Certificate has been issued
172. Technical Logs are raised
(a) In duplicate
(b) In triplicate
(c) Only if aircraft is expected to land away from airfield of origin
173. Flight times are recorded
(a) From “first take off” to “last landing”
(b) From engine start up to shut down
(c) On a chock to chock basis
174. A Certificate of Maintenance
(a) Records the qualification of a ground engineer
(b) Allows a pilot or flight engineer to carry out a duplicate inspection
(c) Certifies that an aircraft has been maintained in accordance with an approved
maintenance schedule
175. Certificates of Maintenance Review
(a) Are issued in triplicate
(b) Are issued in duplicate
(c) Are issued in duplicate; one copy in Tech Log, one in file
176. Certificate of Maintenance Review is preserved
(a) For two years following expiry date
(b) For two years following expiry date or any other period as required in a particular
case
(c) For six months only
177. Certificate of Release to Service
(a) Is an acknowledgement that an aircraft has met its performance specification
(b) Certifies that an inspection/overhaul/repair has been carried out in accordance with
the requirements of NCAR
(c) Has to be compiled before parts r materials can be transferred from a quarantine to
a bonded store
178. Certificate of Release to Service
(a) May only be signed by a licensed engineer
(b) Is required for routine maintenance check
(c) May be signed in special circumstances by the qualified holder of an Airline
Transport Pilot’s License, Senior Commercial Pilot’s License or Flight Navigator’s
License for direct reading compasses only
179. An Air Operator Certificate (AOC)
(a) Is required by a member of a flight crew
(b) Must be granted to an operator who utilizes an aircraft for public transport or
aerial work
(c) Is not required if an Approved Maintenance Schedule is in operation
180. A Type Certificate
(a) Is a pre-requisite to the issue of a C of A for all aircraft
(b) Is a pre-requisite to the issue of a C of A for prototype and prototype (modified)
aircraft built in any country after 1st January 1968
(c) Is required for an aircraft weighing less than 2,730 kg
181. A concession during manufacture
(a) Allows maintenance periods to be adjusted
(b) Details manufacturing tolerances
(c) Authorizes an Approved Organization to accept a limited quantity of parts or
assemblies which do not strictly comply with specifications and/or drawings
182. A primary company is
(a) A company approved by Airworthiness Division for the design and manufacture of
complete aircraft and engines
(b) A supplier
(c) A company not approved by the airworthiness Division
183. A mandatory modification
(a) Must be carried out before the current inspection cycle is complete
(b) Must be embodied before the next flight
(c) Is a term given to a modification which NCAA considers necessary to ensure
continued airworthiness of the aircraft
184. Common aeronautical supplies refer to items, the specifications and requirements of
which are acceptable to
(a) Both the Ministry of defence and the Civil Aviation Authority
(b) Both the FAA and the CAA
(c) All common market airworthiness authorities
185. Log books are provided by
(a) The manufacturer initially (N/B: and by the operator subsequently)
(b) The operator
(c) Directorate of Safety Regulations and Monitoring
186. Log Books must be retained
(a) During the period of service of the aircraft
(b) For two years after the aircraft has been withdrawn or destroyed
(c) No retention is necessary since Log Book entries are expanded and kept
permanently on file
187. “Ground Running” Time
(a) Are included in the “Total Running Hours”
(b) Are not included since they do not form part of approved periods between overhauls
(c) Are recorded for fatigue data only
188. Legislation affecting the type of radio equipment fitted to public transport aircraft are
detailed in
(a) NCAR
(b) Airworthiness Directive
(c) The Aircraft Maintenance Manual
189. An Aircraft Maintenance Manual is compiled by
(a) The Airworthiness Division
(b) The operator
(c) The manufacturer
190. A.T.A. 100
(a) Is a specification intended to standardize the preparation of technical data
(b) Must be complied with by American manufacturers only
(c) Has not been recognized by NCAA
191. An Aircraft Flight Manual is issued by
(a) The operator when approved by the NCAA
(b) The manufacturer and in special cases by the NCAA
(c) The NCAA
192. A.T.A. specification 200 covers
(a) Preparation and layout of aircraft flight manuals
(b) Preparation and layout of maintenance schedule
(c) Initial provisioning, order administration invoicing and consumption data exchange
of spare parts
193. A.T.A. specification 200 covers
(a) Initial provisioning of major assemblies
(b) Packaging of materials for delivery
(c) Packaging of spare parts for delivery
194. The General Purpose Category shall be specified in respect of:
(a) Aircraft of which the maximum total weight authorized exceeds 2,730 kg
(b) Aircraft of which the maximum total weight does not authorized exceeds 2,730 kg
(c) An aircraft not operating in the Public Transport role
195. An aircraft in the Special Category
(a) May be flown for any purpose
(b) May be flown for any purpose, other than public transport, as specified in the C of A
but not including the carriage of passengers unless expressly permitted
(c) May be flown for aerial work only
196. Where would you find legislation governing Nationality and Registration marks of
Nigerian registered aircraft?
(a) NCAR 2006 Part 4
(b) NCAR 2006 schedule 4
(c) CAIP
197. A modification document contains, at a minimum:
(a) Modification reference number, issue number, date, description, and lists of parts
(b) Modification reference number and description
(c) Modification reference number and description
198. Which publication details the minimum requirements relating to cockpit “placards” and
instrument “warning arcs”?
(a) CAIP
(b) CAA
(c) NCAR
199. The C of A for an aircraft with a maximum authorized weight not exceeding 2,730 kg
certificated in the Private Category, will be valid for
(a) One year
(b) Three years
(c) Three years, provided that the aircraft has been maintained in accordance with the
maintenance schedule
200. The Certificate of Airworthiness for Export
(a) Permits the flight of a foreign built aircraft
(b) Does not Permits the flight of a foreign built aircraft
(c) Is invalidated by a certificate issued by the country of origin
201. The Certificate of Maintenance Review is produced
(a) One copy only for the owner
(b) In duplicate for AMO (i.e. file) and aircraft (i.e. in Tech Log)
(c) In triplicate for owner, aircraft and NCAA
202. Under what circumstances may an unregistered civil aircraft fly in Nigeria?
(a) During a national emergency
(b) In accordance with schedule 2 of the NCAR
(c) When issued with a Permit to Fly
203. In accordance with the instructions for use of the Light Aircraft Maintenance Log books,
entries for work carried out must be made
(a) Immediately the work is completed
(b) Before the aircraft fly
(c) As soon as is practicable but not more than 7 days (i.e. 1 week) after completion of
the work
204. A modification Record Book must be kept for
(a) Aircraft of more than 2,730 kg Maximum Authorized Weight, registered in Nigeria
(b) Aircraft of less than 2,730 kg Maximum Authorized Weight, registered in Nigeria
(c) All Nigerian constructed aircraft used for the public transport of passengers or aerial
work
205. Categories of signatures required on a Certificate of Maintenance Review are found in
(a) The Aircraft Maintenance Manual
(b) The Approved Maintenance Schedule and in the Technical Log
(c) Airworthiness Notice No 7 paragraph 3.3
206. When a Certificate of Release to Service is certified in the Technical Log
(a) One copy must be retained in the Technical Log, second copy to be kept on the
ground in aircraft file
(b) All copies must be kept on aircraft until the Technical Log is filled with entries
(c) All of the above
207. A Flight manual by definition of the NCAR Part 8 forms part of the
(a) Approved Maintenance Schedule
(b) Approved Crew Manual
(c) Certificate of Airworthiness
208. An Approved Certificate which lists more than one item is
(a) Invalid in all cases
(b) Acceptable provided items listed can be readily correlated with the certificate
(c) Acceptable where similar items are concerned
209. An amendment to an Approved Maintenance Schedule
(a) Shall not be made without written authority from the NCAA
(b) Is made by the manufacturer and the NCAA is informed
(c) Can only be incorporated by authorized representative of the NCAA
210. A Certificate of Maintenance Review is issued in
(a) 2 copies
(b) 4 copies
(c) 3 copies
211. An aircraft in the General Purpose Category is maintained to a
(a) Maintenance Schedule approved by the constructor
(b) Maintenance Schedule approved by NCAA
(c) Maintenance Schedule compiled by the owner of the aircraft
212. A Certificate of Maintenance Review certifies that
(a) From the date of issue of the certificate the aircraft will be maintained in accordance
with an approved maintenance schedule by the engineer whose signature appears
on the certificate
(b) An engineer personally rectified all defects before issuing the certificate
(c) Maintenance required by an Approved Maintenance Schedule for an aircraft was
carried out
213. Log books are required for
(a) All aircraft propellers
(b) Only Variable Pitch Propellers
(c) Only metal propellers
214. Emergency rescue break-in markings apply to aircraft of Maximum Certificated Take-off
Mass exceeding
(a) 2,730 kg
(b) 3,600 kg
(c) 12,500 lbs (5,700 kg)
215. Which persons can carry out a check “A” inspection on a Light Aircraft?
(a) A competent person authorized by the owner or operator of the aircraft
(b) Only a flight engineer
(c) Only a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
216. What is a Duplicate Inspection?
(a) An inspection carried out on an aircraft after being struck by lightening
(b) An inspection carried out after engine or flying controls have been disturbed
(c) An inspection carried out after a heavy landing
217. Can a Licensed Pilot issue a Certificate of Compliance for work carried out on aircraft?
(a) No, under no circumstance
(b) Yes, when given written authority to do so by NCAA on a particular occasion
(c) Yes, if there is no licensed engineer available
218. Can a pilot with type endorsement, sign for a Duplicate Inspection?
(a) Yes, but only the second part of the inspection when a minor adjustment of the flight
controls is carried out away from base
(b) Yes, provided the aircraft is test flown afterwards and does not fly outside Nigeria
airspace
(c) No, under no circumstances
219. The conditions laid down for the grant of an Air Operator Certificate will be found in
(a) NCAR Part 9
(b) NCAR Part 2
(c) NCAR Part 1
220. F.A.A. Airworthiness Directives Volume 1 cover
(a) Small aircraft below 12,500 lb on the W.S. register
(b) All foreign constructed aircraft, other than American on the U.K. register
(c) Large aircraft above 12,500 lb on the U.S. register
221. NCAA Notice 7 Paragraph 5 covers
(a) The issue of engineers licenses
(b) Duplicate Inspection
(c) The issue of Certificate of Compliance
222. What must a pilot do on the termination of a flight of a public transport aircraft?
(a) Inspect the aircraft after all the passengers have vacated the aircraft
(b) Enter in the Technical Log particulars of any defects observed during the flight
(c) Check the fuel state of the aircraft to determine the amount of fuel required for the
next flight
223. Aircraft with a Certificate of Airworthiness in the Special Category
(a) Must have an appropriate Log books for the aircraft engine(s) and propellers
(b) Are not legally required to have log book but are recommended by the NCAA to have
them
(c) Only need log books for the engine/s so that a record of the number of flying hours
before the reset overhaul can be kept
224. What is a Contracting State?
(a) A state which is a member to the Convention of International Civil Aviation
Organization, signed at Chicago on 7th December, 1944
(b) The countries prescribed in the Air Navigation (general) regulations numbers 13
(c) None of the above
225. Can a licensed engineer certify the welding of aircrafts parts?
(a) Yes, providing the parts are not classified as primary structure
(b) No, welding of aircraft parts may only be certified by the NCAA approved welders
(c) No, all aircraft welding must be carried out and certified by the aircraft’s constructor
226. An “X” licensed engineer is not authorized to sign the
(a) Certificate of Maintenance Review
(b) Certificate of Release to Service
(c) Certificate of Fitness for Flight (i.e. airworthiness)
227. Service Bulletins are supplied by the
(a) Constructor
(b) NCAA
(c) The Directorate of Aircraft Safety
228. In flight ground handling incident reporting is contained in
(a) Airworthiness Notice 2 issued 1 of May 1984
(b) Maintenance Manual
(c) Maintenance Schedule
229. An Airworthiness Approved Note (AAN)
(a) Is issued by the A.W.D. authorizing the aircraft to fly after the embodiment of a
modification
(b) Authorizes the embodiment of major modification
(c) Is a certificate signed by a test pilot stating that the aircraft is airworthy after a test
flight
230. Certificate of Release to Service must be issued before an aircraft in the
(a) Private Category is flown for the purpose of carrying passengers, aerial work
category can fly for purpose of testing special equipment
(b) General purpose category can fly for the purpose of the public transport of
passengers and does not exceed 2,7300 kg Maximum Authorized weight
(c) Any of the above
231. A preliminary notification of incident should be made to the NCAA office
(a) Within 24 hours of occurrence and from CAD 24 should be sent in within a week of
incident occurrence
(b) Within 12 hours of occurrence of incident but not later than seven days of incident
occurrence
(c) (a) and (b) are correct
232. The weight and balance schedule will be found in the
(a) Flight Manual
(b) Technical Log
(c) Aircraft Log Book
233. Which of the following is not part of ‘A’ condition?
(a) The flight shall be made under the supervision of a person approved by the Minister
(b) Aircraft shall not carry any passengers or cargo except passengers performing duties
on the aircraft in connection with the flight
(c) The aircraft shall not fly over any congested area of a city
234. Which of the following statements is true?
(a) Any aircraft registered in Nigeria must carry a fire proof metal plate bearing the
Registration marks together with the name and address of the registered owner of
the aircraft
(b) The name plate is only mandatory for transport category aircraft
(c) Name plate has nothing to do with regulation
235. The registration letters of a fixed wing aircraft are placed
(a) On the wing tips only
(b) The wings, fuselage and vertical fin
(c) Both of the above
236. The registration letters on the wings shall be
(a) Tops of the letters and numbers shall be towards the leading edge of the wings
(b) Tops of the letters and numbers shall be towards the trailing edge of the wings
(c) Tops of the letters and numbers shall be towards the fuselage
237. How long must a certificate of maintenance be retained:
(a) 6 months after expiry
(b) Not required after a new one is issued
(c) 2 years following expiry of certificate
238. The aircraft weight schedule shall be retained
(a) For 6 months following expiry
(b) Not required to be retained following a reweigh and reissue
(c) 2 years
239. The thickness of Registration letters on an aircraft shall be
(a) Maximum of two inches wide
(b) 1/6 of the height (width = 2/3 of height; thickness = 1/6 of height; Height: ≥ 50 cm (20”) on wings; ≥ 30 cm
(12”) on fuselage and on vertical tail)
(c) Not more than three inches and not less than one inch
240. Registration letters, width of each letter on an aircraft fuselage must be
(a) 2/3 of the height of the letter
(b) Maximum of ¾ of the height
(c) Any reasonable amount to give an even appearance
241. The identification plate containing owner’s name and A/C details shall be
(a) Any materials suitably fixed near the main entrance of the aircraft
(b) Made of a fireproof material and is mandatory
(c) A metal plate affixed to the starboard side of the aircraft
242. The height of the registration letters fixed to a wing shall be
(a) 30 centimetres
(b) Any even size
(c) At least 50 centimetres
243. An aircraft in Transport Category (passengers) may fly
(a) To carry passengers only
(b) For any purpose (N/B: it can carry passengers, cargo, etc.)
(c) Not for aerial work
244. An aircraft in the Private Category may fly
(a) Passenger and aerial work purposes
(b) Any purpose other than public transport and aerial work
(c) Private persons only
245. An aircraft on a flight to Berlin – Germany must have as part of its radio navigation
equipment
(a) A.D.F.
(b) Radio and visual aids only
(c) Radio capable of receiving aeronautical radio station material
246. A public transport registered in Nigeria on an international flight must carry
(a) Radio license, C of A, crew licenses, load sheet, C of M, Tech log, C of Reg
(b) C of Reg, C of A and Tech Log only
(c) C of Reg, C of A and crew licenses
247. An aircraft registered in Nigeria not on public transport is required to carry on
international flights
(a) C of A, Tech Log, load sheet, crew licenses
(b) C of A, C of Reg, Radio Station license, crew licenses
(c) crew licenses
248. a four – engine variable pitch propeller aircraft requires the following log books:
(a) one for the airframe, and one for each engine
(b) one for the airframe and one engine
(c) A total of nine, one for the airframe, one for each engine and one for each propeller
249. An aircraft operating under “B” conditions
(a) Must be on the register
(b) Need not be registered
(c) Must be marked in an approved manner if not on the register (i.e. if not registered in
Nigeria but in another country)
250. A Certificate of Maintenance can be issued by
(a) Any engineer within an airline organization
(b) An appropriately licensed engineer or a person approved by the Authority for one
occasion
(c) Any aircraft operator
251. The number of fuses which can be changed in flight shall be
(a) A maximum of 5
(b) 15% or 5 of each rating
(c) 10% or 3 of each rating whichever is greater
252. A certificate of Maintenance is valid for
(a) 50 hours or one month
(b) 100 hours
(c) A period specified in the Approved Maintenance Schedule in either flying hours or
calendar time
253. A certificate of Maintenance must be retained for
(a) 6 months following expiry
(b) 1 year following the date of validity
(c) 2 years following expiry
254. Equipment carried by an aircraft registered in Nigeria
(a) Is specified by the manufacturer
(b) Is laid down in Schedule 3
(c) Is specified in Schedule 5 according to circumstances as required
255. Radio equipment required to be carried in an aircraft will be found in
(a) Accordance with NCAR Part 7
(b) Not mandatory
(c) Schedule 6 table 2 refers
256. An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s License is valid in Nigeria for
(a) 18 months
(b) 24 months
(c) 12 months (N/B: b/4 it was 1 year but now it’s 5 years)
257. If the C of A has expired and the aircraft needs to be weighed
(a) It cannot fly unless weighed first
(b) It can fly under “A” conditions with a Certificate of Fitness to Fly
(c) Does not need a Certificate of Fitness to Fly
258. Access to the aircraft for Airworthiness inspections is a function
(a) Decided by the operator
(b) Decided by the NCAA Local Area Surveyor
(c) Decided by the Authority
259. An engine defect occurred in flight; defect and rectification should be recorded in
(a) Tech Log
(b) Tech Log and engine log book
(c) Tech Log, engine log book and airframe log book
260. Log books are mandatory requirement for
(a) Aircraft and engines
(b) Any propeller, engines and airframe
(c) Variable pitch propellers, engines and airframe
261. After defect rectification a C of C must be signed
(a) Within seven days
(b) Within ten days of completing the work
(c) Seven days maximum after expiry of the current C of M
262. An aircraft can fly under “A” conditions with
(a) Any number of crew
(b) Two persons
(c) Minimum flight crew specified in the previous C of A or a C of A of a similar type
263. For a flight to be carried out under ”A” conditions
(a) An application for issue or validation or renewal or approval must have been made
(b) Only requires a current C of Fitness to fly
(c) Does not need either of the above
264. An aircraft when away from base has work done requiring a C of C, which of the
following applies?
(a) Can be flown at the commander’s discretion
(b) Can return to his home base
(c) Can be flown at the commander’s discretion, with a written report by the
commander giving reasons and particulars to be submitted to the Authority within
ten days
265. A type rated AME may sign for
(a) Major and minor modifications and C of C’s
(b) C of Conformity, C of Compliance, C of Registration
(c) C of Maintenance, C of Compliance, C of Fitness for Flight
266. On Nigerian registered aircraft the registration markings on the wing will be placed
(a) Top RH wing and lower LH wing
(b) On the lower surface of the wing structure
(c) Top LH wing and bottom RH wing
267. Log books are retained after the aircraft has been destroyed or permanently
withdrawn from use for
(a) 1 year
(b) As required by the airworthiness Authority
(c) Two years
268. Entries made in log book shall be
(a) In pencil but legible
(b) In ink or indelible pencil
(c) Any of the above
269. In which case shall a C of A cease to remain in force?
(a) When the aircraft has been repaired using approved materials
(b) When the aircraft is on Scheduled Maintenance
(c) When a repair has been carried out using commercial materials
270. Which aircrafts are allowed to fly in Nigeria?
(a) Nigerian registered only
(b) Nigerian registered or registered in a contracting state or country
(c) Any aircraft
271. Which aircraft requires weighing and the C of G determined in order to have a C of A
issued?
(a) All aircraft
(b) Fixed wing aircraft only
(c) Flying machines and gliders
272. An AMEL of any category can sign for
(a) C of M
(b) C of M and C of C subject to rating
(c) C of M, C of C and C of Fitness to Fly subject to rating
273. What is the minimum requirement to register an aircraft in Nigeria?
(a) Owner qualified person
(b) Unqualified owner and qualified charterer
(c) Both owner and charterer must be qualified
274. Which is false in a glider?
(a) Can fly unregistered in Nigeria if not on public transport or aerial work
(b) Needs to comply with the requirement in Part 7
(c) Needs not to comply with the radio equipment in Part 7
275. An aircraft first of its type in Nigeria can fly
(a) Under “A” conditions
(b) Not under “A” conditions
(c) Under “A” conditions if an export C of A is in force
276. A Certificate of Maintenance is valid for
(a) The period stated on the C of A
(b) 100 hours
(c) An hour or calendar period whichever occurs first I.A.W. the Approved Maintenance
Schedule
277. When an aircraft changes operators which documents must be transferred?
(a) C of M
(b) C of M, C of R and Tech log
(c) C of M, C of R, C of A, Tech log and the aircraft log book
278. An aircraft can fly under “B” conditions
(a) Only if registered
(b) Only if unregistered (N/B: if not registered in Nigeria; i.e. must be registered in
another contracting state, but must be suitably marked)
(c) Whether registered or not must be suitably marked
279. Aircraft equipment is specified in
(a) NCAR, Part 7
(b) 5th Schedule
(c) 6th Schedule
280. Aircraft radio equipment is specified in
(a) 2nd Schedule
(b) 4th Schedule
(c) NCAR, Part 7
281. Which is illegal without a valid C of A?
(a) Glider on aerial work
(b) Aircraft under “A” conditions
(c) Aircraft flying on a C of Fitness
282. Certificate of Maintenance is issued for
(a) Aircraft inspected I.A.W. Maintenance Schedule
(b) Aircraft inspected I.A.W. Approved Maintenance Schedule
(c) After repair and modification
283. On completion of an aircraft charter the charterer is to
(a) Hand over the registration
(b) Cancel the registration
(c) Inform the Authority
284. What signature is required on a C of fitness when flying under “A” conditions
(a) “A” licensed Aircraft Engineer
(b) “A” and C Licensed Engineer
(c) All appropriate categories as required for the aircraft type
285. A Tech log is required for
(a) All aircraft
(b) All aircraft above 5,700 kg
(c) All aircraft having a mandatory Approved Maintenance Schedule
286. The Tech log need not be carried when:
(a) It must be carried at all times on the aircraft
(b) The flight begins and ends at the same airfield without passing over any other
country
(c) None of the above
287. A flight is required at a time when a Scheduled Inspection is due
(a) An AMEL can apply for an extension for 10% of the time of the inspection type
(b) It must be completed before the next flight
(c) The aircraft can be flown if the C of A is valid
288. Following a C of A inspection the aircraft has to be flown to another place for weighing
(a) This requires a permit to fly
(b) This is permissible
(c) Does not require (a) or (b)
289. Rectification in the Tech log
(a) Only requires clearance by an AMEL
(b) C of C only to be kept on the ground
(c) Copy of the C of C in the Tech log clearly identifiable against the defect
290. Minimum height of registration letters on a fuselage
(a) At least 50 cm
(b) At least 15 cm
(c) At least 30 cm
291. The Authority can
(a) Revoke licenses etc
(b) Alter licenses
(c) Vary licenses
292. The performance group of an aircraft is given in
(a) C of A
(b) By the constructor
(c) The regulations
293. Certificate of Compliance means
(a) Parts of the aircraft or its components has been overhauled, repaired or replaced
I.A.W. the approved schedule and manuals and using approved materials
(b) The work has been completed
(c) A mandatory inspection has been carried out
294. Following maintenance work carried out on a control system a duplicate inspection is
required
(a) This is to be carried out by two engineers, one starting at the back of the aircraft and
the other at the front
(b) This is to be carried out by one engineer inspecting the control twice
(c) This is to be carried out by two suitably qualified engineers inspecting the control
system with no additional work being carried out between the inspections
295. Who can be qualified to be the owner of an aircraft registered in Nigeria?
(a) Citizens of Nigeria or corporate bodies established under and subject to the laws of
Nigeria
(b) Anyone
(c) Any company
296. A suitably licensed AMEL can sign
(a) C of C, C of M, C of R
(b) C of M, C of C
(c) C of M, C of C, C of Fitness
297. On a private international flight the following documents must be carried
(a) C of A, C of R, Tech log
(b) C of A, C of M, C of R
(c) C of M, crew licenses and radio licenses
298. An aircraft has recently undergone an engine replacement, the details of which will be
recorded
(a) The Tech log
(b) The engine log book only
(c) The airframe log book and the engine log books
299. In Nigeria a crash axe and crow bar are carried
(a) On aircraft of over 5,700 kg and helicopters of over 2,730 kg
(b) On aircraft with more than nine passenger seats
(c) Both 1 & 2
300. Under Nigerian rules and regulations
(a) An aircraft may have more than one registration
(b) An aircraft may be registered in more than one country
(c) Neither of the above
301. Under Nigerian rules and regulations, hand held fire extinguishers must be located in
(a) The cabin only
(b) The cockpit and the cabin
(c) The cockpit, cabin and cargo holds accessible from the cockpit
302. In respect of an E.L.T. installed in an aircraft, which of the following statements is
incorrect?
(a) The date of expiry of the battery must be marked on the outside of the E.L.T.
(b) All aircraft flying in Nigeria must carry an E.L.T.
(c) Only aircraft above 5,700 kg in any category must carry an E.L.T.
303. Before an aircraft can fly commercially in Nigeria, the company or organization must have
(a) An AOC
(b) An AMO or a third party maintenance agreement
(c) Both 1 & 2
304. Under Nigerian rules and regulations a fireproof metal plate containing registration and
ownership details
(a) Must be carried by all aircraft
(b) Only needs to be carried by aircraft above 2,730 kg
(c) Must be fixed to the starboard side of the aircraft near the main entrance
305. An aircraft flying under “B” conditions in Nigeria
(a) Must be registered in Nigeria
(b) Must appoint a pilot in command approved by the aircraft manufacturer
(c) May carry persons in the aircraft in order to carry out a technical evaluation
306. In respects to log books which of the following statements is true?
(a) A log book is required for the aircraft and one for the engines
(b) A log book is required for the aircraft, each engine and each fixed pitch propeller
(c) A log book is required for the aircraft, each engine and each variable pitch propeller
307. The purpose for which an aircraft may fly are as follows except:
(a) Transport Category (passenger), any purpose
(b) Transport Category (passenger), any purpose other than aerial work
(c) Transport Category (cargo), any purpose other than public transport of passengers
308. In the event of an unqualified person becoming an owner of an aircraft whilst the aircraft
is chartered
(a) The registration of the aircraft becomes invalid
(b) The charterer must notify the authority
(c) Both (a) and (b) are false
309. An owner P.I.C. may perform any task defined as maintenance on the aircraft except as
provided in the following:
(a) If the aircraft Maximum Take-off Mass exceeds 2,730 kg
(b) The aircraft is listed for use by an A.O.C. holder
(c) Both (a) and (b)
310. In respect to maintenance tasks that can be performed by authorized persons;
(a) A pilot licensed by the Authority may release an aircraft to service following a 100
hour inspection providing the M.T.O.W. is less than 2,730 kg
(b) An AMO may perform aircraft maintenance within the limits specified by the
authority in its approval document
(c) A person not being a CSAM may perform inspections under supervision
311. Except for records maintained by an AOC holder, the owner or operator shall retain the
records of maintenance, inspections and minor modification until the work is repeated
or superseded by other work for
(a) 1 year (b) 2 years (c) 5 years
312. Modification carried out on an aircraft under 2,730 kg are recorded in
(a) The pink pages of the aircraft log book
(b) Modification Record Book
(c) Mandatory Aircraft Modification & Inspection Summary
313. The Mandatory Modification and Inspection Summary will list:
(a) All mandatory modifications and inspections required on any aircraft, British or
Foreign
(b) All mandatory modifications and inspections required on Foreign constructed
aircraft
(c) All mandatory modifications and inspections required on British constructed aircraft
314. Any work on an engine control system must be duplicately inspected
(a) After all the work has been completed and before the next flight
(b) At the discretion of a licensed engineer
(c) After the first flight, after the work has been completed
315. CAP 395 – modification record book is required for
(a) All aircraft
(b) All aircraft over 2,730 kg
(c) American aircraft only
316. Mandatory modifications will be stated in
(a) Air Navigation orders
(b) Manufacturer’s Service Bulletins or equivalent document
(c) CAA Aeronautical Information Circular
317. A Bonded store
(a) Holds parts and materials released by H.M. customs
(b) Holds commercial stores only
(c) Is provided to hold parts and materials which have been proved to conform to
Specification / Drawings
318. A stockist is defined as
(a) A non – CAA approved source
(b) A CAA approved source
(c) A CAA acceptable source
319. U.K. registered aircraft operating pursuance to an AOC may be maintained
(a) By organizations with national approvals
(b) By persons holding LWTR and Type Ratings
(c) By persons holding JAR 145 company authorizations
320. Section 1 of any JAR contains:
(a) The requirements
(b) Means of compliance
(c) Clarification materials
321. Under JAR 145, the Approval Certificate specifies
(a) The extent of the approval
(b) The scope of the work
(c) The level of the approval
322. A Certificate of Fitness for Flight is valid for a maximum of
(a) Seven days provided the Airworthiness of the aircraft has not changed
(b) Two years
(c) Until the next maintenance check
323. When flying under “B” conditions of the 2 nd Schedule A.N.O.s, the aircraft
(a) Must be registered
(b) Need not be registered
(c) Need not be registered, but must be marked in a manner approved by the Civil
Aviation Authority
324. Technical and administrative information is officially circulated to Licensed Engineers
and Aircraft Owners
(a) In A.N.O. revisions
(b) Through the Air Navigation Notices
(c) Via Airworthiness Notices
325. An Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC)
(a) Is required by members of a flight crew
(b) Is not required if an Approved Maintenance Schedule is in Operation
(c) Must be held by an operator who uses aircraft for the purpose of Public Transport
326. Who is responsible for the provision of an Aircraft Maintenance Manual?
(a) The CAA
(b) The manufacturer
(c) The operator
327. An aircraft with nine current log books would be
(a) An aircraft with four gas turbine engines fitted
(b) A helicopter with four rotor blades fitted
(c) An aircraft with four piston engines and variable pitch propellers fitted
328. A Technical Log is required for
(a) Public Transport and Aerial work aircraft only
(b) All aircraft
(c) Aircraft under 2,730 kg M.A.W.
329. A License Without Type Rating
(a) Entitles the holder to the same Certification privileges as Type Rated
(b) Limited Certification privileges only
(c) No Certification privilege
330. On a Certificate of Release for Service, an adjustment to a control would come under the
heading:
(a) Repair (b) Replacement (c) Overhaul
331. After a Mandatory Inspection has been carried out by a Licensed Engineer, what is
issued?
(a) An Approved Certificate
(b) A Certificate of Release to Service
(c) A Certificate of Maintenance Review
332. When signing a Certificate of Release to Service in a JAR 145 organization, Licensed
Aircraft Engineer uses for the Authority his
(a) License Number
(b) Civil Aviation Authority Approval Number
(c) Company Approval Number
333. Section 2 of the JAR 145 contains
(a) The Regulations laid down by European Law
(b) An acceptable means of compliance and interpretive material
(c) The requirements of JAR 145
334. JAR 145 scope of work is found in
(a) JAR 145 Approval Document
(b) JAA Form 6
(c) The company Exposition (or company operations manual)
335. JAR Ops-1 Commercial Air Transport (Aeroplanes) contains:
(a) Mandatory information from the company Exposition
(b) The instructions for Type Certification of large fixed wing aeroplanes
(c) The requirements for the Air Operator’s Certificate Holder
336. Line Maintenance is defined as:
(a) Maintenance required on daily basis
(b) Light maintenance up to and including the “B” check
(c) Daily checks, weekly checks, excluding defect rectification
337. JAR 145 Approval is required for all organizations which
(a) Operate as an European Consortium
(b) Maintain aircraft used for carrying passengers, freight or mail for reward
(c) Maintain public transport aircraft exceeding 13,610 kg MTWA only
338. In the Class and Rating system within JAR 145
(a) No aeroplanes are in B1, B2, or B3
(b) All engines except piston engines are in B1, B2, or B3
(c) All engines except APUs are in B1, B2, or B3
339. The authorized Release Certificate JAA Form 1 constitutes a Certificate of Release to
Service (CRS) when issued by an
(a) Organization approved for overhaul of the component
(b) Approved organization for fitting the component to the aircraft
(c) Approved organization approved for storage of the component, to a bonded store
340. Entries in log books
(a) Shall all be entered in ink or indelible pencil
(b) Can be entered in pencil
(c) Method of entry is irrelevant
341. Certificates of Maintenance are issued in duplicate:
(a) Both copies shall be carried in the aircraft
(b) Both should be kept on the ground in all cases
(c) One should be kept in the aircraft and the other kept by the operator elsewhere
other than in the aircraft
342. Access and inspection for Airworthiness purposes is
(a) Hereby implicit in the function of the Surveyor
(b) Specified in the regulations
(c) At the discretion of the operator
343. Certificates, Licenses, Approvals, permission and other documents granted under these
regulations
(a) Are not subject to suspension or revocation
(b) Can be suspended, revoked, or varied by the appropriate authority
(c) Can be varied by the operator’s Chief Executive
344. A defect affecting the engine occurred in flight and was recorded in the Technical Log by
the pilot. The defect was later rectified. The recording of this defect with its rectification
must be made in
(a) The Technical Log only
(b) The Technical Log and the engine Log Book
(c) The Technical Log, the engine Log Book and the aircraft Log Book
345. In which of the following statements is there a violation of the regulation?
(a) An aircraft in the Private Category being used for aerial work
(b) An aircraft flying under the “A” conditions
(c) An aircraft flying with a Permit to Fly
346. For every registered public transport and aerial work aircraft, there shall be kept
(a) An aircraft log book and a log book for all engines
(b) An aircraft log book, a log book for each engine and a log book for each variable
pitch propeller
(c) None of the above
347. The Certificate of Airworthiness becomes invalid
(a) If the pilots are on strike
(b) Once the aircraft is brought into the hangar for a check
(c) If major repairs or modifications have been carried out on the aircraft without
approval or with non-approved materials
348. The aircraft Nationality and Registration marks on the wings shall appear on
(a) The right half of the upper surface
(b) The left half of the lower surface
(c) Both (a) and (b) combined
349. The heights of the Nationality and Registration marks on an aircraft shall be at least
(a) 20 inches on the wings and at least 12 inches on the vertical tail surfaces
(b) 6 inches on the wings and 20 inches on the vertical tail surfaces
(c) The heights are not relevant to the regulations.
350. When flying under “A conditions” an aircraft
(a) Should not carry passengers
(b) Can carry passengers
(c) Can carry passengers only if an engineer is on board
351. The total number of hours flown by an aircraft is obtained from
(a) The last pilot to fly
(b) The Technical Log
(c) The engineer who signed out the aircraft
352. The documents which must be carried on a Nigerian registered public transport aircraft
for an international flight include: Certificate of Registration, Airworthiness maintenance
and
(a) Maintenance Manual
(b) Operations Manual
(c) Wiring Diagram Manual
353. A Transport Category (passenger) aircraft can be used for
(a) Public transport of passengers only
(b) Public transport of passengers and any other purpose except aerial work
(c) None of the above
354. For an aircraft to fly over Nigeria
(a) It must be registered in Nigeria
(b) It must be registered in a Contracting State or in a country with which Nigeria has an
agreement for such flights
(c) Both (a) and (b) are correct
355. An aircraft can be registered
(a) In one country only
(b) In two countries at the same time provided they are Contracting States
(c) In every country it flies to
356. Which of the following statements is correct?
(a) Only Nigerians are allowed to register aircraft in Nigeria
(b) Corporate bodies established under and subject to the laws of Nigeria may register
aircraft in Nigeria
(c) Expatriates may not register aircraft in Nigeria
357. Which of the following may fly within Nigeria without the Certificate of Airworthiness in
force if it is not for aerial work or public transport of passengers?
(a) A kite, a balloon and a glider
(b) An aircraft flying in accordance with “A” conditions or “B” conditions
(c) Both (a) and (b) are correct
358. An unauthorized repair invalidates the Certificate of Airworthiness it certified. Thus an
aircraft
(a) Cannot fly with an unauthorized repair
(b) Can fly to the nearest place where an authorized repair can be made on a temporary
Certificate of Compliance
(c) May fly to the nearest place where it can be repaired and a Certificate of Compliance
issued if, in the opinion of the commander, it is safe to do so
359. An aircraft’s Certificate of Airworthiness has just expired, necessary inspection has been
completed except for weighing which can only be done at another location
(a) The aircraft can be flown in accordance with “A” conditions
(b) The aircraft can only be flown with Permit to fly
(c) All efforts must be made to do the weighing before flying the aircraft
360. The JAA Form 1 is raised
(a) In duplicate and the bottom copy goes with the item
(b) In duplicate and the original goes with the item
(c) Singly for more than one item
361. Issue of Certificate of Release to Service by computer is
(a) Not acceptable – the engineer must sign in all cases
(b) Acceptable if the JAA are satisfied with the control of the system
(c) Acceptable provided the engineer signs them
362. JAR 145 scope of work is found in
(a) JAR 145 Approval document
(b) JAA Form 6
(c) The Company Exposition
363. The different Approvals granted under JAR 145 are given by
(a) Division and chapter
(b) Class and Rating
(c) Group and Paragraph
364. Section 1 of any JAR contains:
(a) The requirements
(b) Means of compliance
(c) Clarification material
365. Under JAR 145, the Approval Certificate specifies the
(a) Extent of the approval
(b) Scope of work
(c) Level of the approval
366. JAR 145 approvals can be issued to organizations by the National Aviation Authorities of
(a) The member states
(b) The candidate states
(c) Any state provided the JAA agrees
367. Amendments to JAR are by way of
(a) Orange papers
(b) Grey papers
(c) Blue papers
368. The Minimum Equipment List is the
(a) Equipment that may be inoperative for aircraft dispatch
(b) Minimum equipment that an aircraft must carry
(c) Minimum equipment to satisfy a particular role of the aircraft
369. The definition of a “Reportable Occurrence” is detailed in
(a) Air Navigation Orders
(b) Airworthiness Notices
(c) BCAR’s
370. The store holding items having their specification/conformity checked is the
(a) Document store (b) Quarantine store (c) Bonded store
371. Aircraft exceeding 5,700 kg MTWA must be weighed by the operator every
(a) Five years (b) two years (c) Certificate of Airworthiness Renewal
372. A Certificate of Maintenance Review is completed in duplicate for the
(a) Operator’s records and the CAA
(b) Operator’s records and the aircraft
(c) CAA and the aircraft
373. A Certificate of Registration must be carried on the aircraft
(a) For all flights
(b) For all international flights
(c) On all test flights
374. A Mandatory Modification must be carried out
(a) Before the next inspection cycle
(b) Before the next flight
(c) As specified by the CAA
375. The Minimum Equipment List items are grouped according to
(a) ATA 100
(b) Their importance
(c) The Maintenance Schedule
376. In a JAR 145 organization components are released to service by the issue of a
(a) Certificate of Release to Service (CRS)
(b) Airworthiness Release Tag 8130-3
(c) JAA Approved Certificate Form 10
377. In the Class and Rating system of JAR 145
(a) No aeroplanes are in B1, B2 or B3
(b) All engines except Piston engines are in B1, B2 or B3
(c) All engines except APUs are in B1, B2 or B3
378. Maintenance Support for an aircraft operating to an Air Operator’s Certificate is in
accordance with
(a) Commercial Aircraft Procedures Part II, published by the Maintenance Organizations
(b) Civil Aviation Publication 360 part I, Published by the Civil Aviation Authority
(c) JAR Ops 1/3
379. Training of Certifying Staff in a JAR 145 organization is the responsibility of the
Organization or an institute selected by the
(a) Civil Aviation Authority
(b) JAA
(c) Organization
380. Section 2 of the JAR 145 contains:
(a) The Regulations laid down by European law
(b) An acceptable means of compliance and interpretive material
(c) The Requirements of JAR 145
381. When a repaired component is issued from a workshop within an Approved
Organization, for use by that Organization
(a) The Release to Service must be on JAA Form 1
(b) The Release to Service is on workshop documentation
(c) The Release to Service is on the serviceability label
382. Base maintenance is defined as that which
(a) Takes place at the base headquarters only
(b) Relates to major repairs only
(c) Comprises C and D checks
383. For Certifying Staff in a JAR 145 company, the scope of authorization is detailed in
(a) The record of Certifying Staff held by Approved Organization
(b) The authorization documentation held by the Civil Aviation Authority
(c) The Civil Aviation Authority License held by the individual
384. Under JAR 145 a reportable occurrence should be forwarded to the Authority within
(a) 96 hours
(b) 72 hours (i.e. 3 days)
(c) The time specified on the Approve document
385. JAR 145 Approval is required for all organizations which
(a) Operate as a European Consortium
(b) Maintain aircraft used for carrying passengers, freight or mail for reward
(c) Maintain public transport aircraft exceeding 1361 kg MTWA only
386. Computerized record systems are acceptable only if
(a) Backed up by hand written records of robust material
(b) Back up discs, etc are stored in a different location from the working ones
(c) Back up and working discs and tapes are stored together in a lockable fireproof store
387. In the JAR 145 rating system the letter B relates to
(a) Components
(b) Aircraft not exceeding 5,700 kg MTWA
(c) Engines
388. JAA Form 1 is signed by
(a) The Chief Store man
(b) The Chief Inspector or his authorized signatories
(c) The resident Civil Aviation Authority Surveyor
389. The JAR 145 Approved Organization must retain copies of all Maintenance Records and
Associated Airworthiness data for a period of
(a) 2 years from issue of Certificate of Release to Service
(b) 3 years unless specifically stated otherwise
(c) 6 months
390. The check cycle for aircraft exceeding 2,730 kg 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
391. For a simple aircraft the CAA LAMS Schedule may need to be amended by
(a) Deleting non applicable items
(b) Rewriting it
(c) Completing the Supplementary tests
392. The responsibility for weighing aircraft N/E 2,730 kg MTWA rests with the
(a) Operator (b) CAA (c) PFA
393. Certificates of Release to Service are issued on completion of
(a) Each inspection item on the AMS
(b) A check on the check cycle
(c) Each check A for aircraft N/E 2,730 kg MTWA
394. A CMR must be completed on aircraft exceeding 2,730 kg MTWA at periods
(a) Every 4 months
(b) Every 12 months
(c) Not exceeding 4 months
395. 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 issued
396. A Maintenance Statement is
(a) The approval for a Maintenance Schedule
(b) Part of a Tech Log
(c) Used to certify a Pre-flight check
397. 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 (A340 series 200)
398. 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
399. 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
400. 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
401. 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
402. 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 on the Maintenance Schedule
403. A Permit to Fly is valid
(a) Until the date stated on it
(b) For 12 months always
(c) Only for evaluating a modification
404. A C of R must be carried on an aircraft
(a) Unless the fireproof registration plate is in position
(b) On international flights only
(c) On all flights
405. A Form CA958NR is a
(a) C of A
(b) C of R
(c) Permit to Fly
406. The maximum period of validity of a Permit to Fly is
(a) As stated on Permit
(b) 3 years
(c) 1 year
407. A Certificate of Fitness for Flight
(a) Clears an aircraft for a scheduled flight
(b) Permits the aircraft to fly under “A” conditions
(c) Permits the aircraft to fly under “B” conditions
408. A Certificate of Clearance can be issued by organizations with BCAR approval
(a) A8-9 (b) Primary Companies (c) A8-13
409. 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
410. Where would you find information about A/C Registration and Markings?
(a) Part 7 (b) Part 4 (c) Sched. 3
411. Where would you find info about who can carry out specific tasks on an A/C?
(a) Part 5 (b) Part 8 (c) Part 1
412. Where would you find info on retention of maintenance records?
(a) Part 9 (b) Part 5 (c) Sched. 2
413. Where is info found about A/C Operational Categories for registration?
(a) Sched. 3 (b) Part 9 (c) Part 5
414. Where would you find info regarding carriage of documents would be found?
(a) Sched. 6 (b) Part 8 (c) Part1
415. Where would you find info on Logbooks?
(a) Part 1 (b) Sched. 6 & Part 8 (c) Part 5
416. Where would you find info on “A” & “B” conditions of flight?
(a) Sched. 4 (b) Sched. 2 (c) Part 1
417. Where would you find info about Certification Requirements of an AMO?
(a) Part 6 (b) Part 3 (c) Sched. 2
418. Where would you find info about A/C Certification in General?
(a) Part 6 (b) Part 5 (c) Part 4
419. Where would you find info about equipment carried in A/C?
(a) Sched. 3 (b) Part 11 (c) Part 7
420. What Part of CAR’s deals with “Airworthiness”?
(a) Part 5 (b) Part 4 (c) Sched. 3
421. Where is A/C Maintenance Requirements laid down?
(a) Part 10 (b) Part 8 (c) Part 2
422. How long is a “Certificate of Fitness to Fly” valid & how many copies?
(a) 7 days 1 copy
(b) 7 days 2 copies
(c) I.A.W. approved system of maintenance
423. How soon after an incident must a defect be submitted to NCAA?
(a) Within 7 days
(b) Within 3 days
(c) Before A/C is released to service
424. What work can a CAT “A” licensed on type LAE sign for?
(a) Cert. of Release to Service following maintenance on structure and power plant
(b) Cert. of Release to Service following simple defect rectification and minor line
maintenance
(c) Cert. of Fitness for Flight
425. What work can a CAT “B2” licensed on type LAE sign for?
(a) Cert. of Fitness for Flight
(b) Cert. of Release to Service after line maintenance on structure & Power Plant
(c) Cert. of Release to Service following defect rectification in Avionics category
426. Who can authorize an aircraft to fly in the “B” category?
(a) LAE type licensed
(b) NCAA only
(c) LAE licensed on type or a person approved by NCAA
427. Who is authorized to have Repair Specialist with ‘Ratings’?
(a) Approved Maintenance non AOC aircraft facility
(b) Approved AMO’s or AOC’s
(c) Approved AOC’s only
428. Within the boundaries of their approval, who can perform inspections on A/C – 5.6.3?
(a) Licensed Pilot as per Sched. 7 on A/C below 2,730 kg not listed for use by an AOC
(b) A person working directly under a CSAM
(c) A CSAM only
429. What license category comes under the classification of CSAM?
(a) A & B2 (b) B1 & C (c) All of the above
430. Who may perform the maintenance task below – 5.6.3?
(a) A Pilot with a ‘pilot license’ on type, after preventive maintenance I.A.W. Sched. 7
on an A/C under 2,730 kg
(b) A person not a CSAM under supervision of type licensed CSAM on Power Plant
inspection
(c) A “B1” CAT LAE on type – maintenance on an electrical system
431. Where on Nigerian registered aircraft must the wing registration markings be
positioned?
(a) Lower LH wing
(b) LH & RH top of wing only
(c) LH top & RH bottom
432. Log books are retained after A/C are withdrawn or destroyed for (8.3.8.5)?
(a) 1 year
(b) As required by Airworthiness Authority
(c) 2 years
433. Entries made in Log books shall be
(a) In pencil but legible
(b) Ink or indelible pencil
(c) Any of the above
434. The entries made in log books can
(a) Be altered from time to time as required
(b) Not be altered
(c) Be altered with approval of ANO
435. Which are cases where a C of A ceases to be in force?
(a) When A/C is being overhauled with approved materials
(b) When A/C is on scheduled inspection
(c) When Engineer has made repair with commercial material
436. What A/C’s are allowed to fly in Nigeria? 4.2.1
(a) Nigerian registered only
(b) Nigerian registered or registered in a Contracting State
(c) Any aircraft
437. What A/C requires weighing & C of G determined in order to have a C of A issued and
validated? 5.5.4
(a) All A/C
(b) Fixed wing only
(c) Flying machines and gliders
438. LAE of any category can sign for(2.4.4.7 & 8)
(a) C of M
(b) C of M & C of C, subject to rating
(c) C of M, C of C, C of Fitness, subject to rating
439. What is the minimum requirement to register A/C? (4.2.2.5)
(a) Owner qualified person
(b) Unqualified owner, qualified charterer
(c) Both owner & charterer to be qualified
440. Which is false for a glider?
(a) Can fly unregistered within Nigeria
(b) Needs to comply with equipment in Sched. 5
(c) Must comply with radio equipment in Sched. 6
441. A/C first of its type in Nigeria can fly (Sched. 2)
(a) Under “A” conditions
(b) Not under “A” conditions
(c) Under “A” conditions if Export C of A is in force
442. C of M is valid for – (should be CRS).
(a) Period stated on C of A
(b) 100 hours
(c) 1 hr or calendar period whichever occurs first I.A.W. Approved Maintenance
Schedule
443. A/C changes operators, what documents are passed over? 8.3.10
(a) C of M
(b) C of M, C of R, Tech Log
(c) C of M, C of R, C of A, Tech Log & Log books
444. A/C can fly under “B” conditions (Sched. 2)
(a) Only if registered
(b) Only if unregistered
(c) Whether registered or not, but suitably marked if unregistered (only if unregistered
in Nigeria)
445. A/C equipment is specified in
(a) Sched. 4 (b) Sched. 5 (c) Part 7
446. A/C radio equipment is specified in
(a) Sched. 2 (b) Sched. 6 (c) Part 7.1.3.1
447. Which is illegal without a valid C of A? 5.4.1.2(a)
(a) Glider on aerial work
(b) A/C under “A” conditions
(c) A/C with Fitness of Flight Cert.
448. C of M is issued for (5.6.4)
(a) A/C inspected I.A.W. Maintenance Schedule
(b) After maintenance, preventive maintenance or modification I.A.W. an approved
Maintenance Schedule
(c) After repair and modification
449. When a chartered A/C has completed the charter, what is the registered charterer
required to do? 4.2.2.7
(a) Hand over the registration
(b) Cancel registration
(c) Inform the minister in writing
450. What signatures are required on Fitness to fly under “A” condition? 2.4.4.7
(a) LAE CAT ‘C’
(b) A & C LAE licensed on type
(c) All appropriate categories as required for A/C type
451. Tech log required for (8.2.8)
(a) All A/C
(b) All above 12,500 lb
(c) Mandatory for all with mandatory Maintenance Schedule
452. Tech logs
(a) Need not be carried if the A/C takes off and lands at the same aerodrome within
Nigeria
(b) Must be carried at all times
(c) None of the above
453. A Scheduled Inspection is due
(a) LAE can extend it
(b) Must be carried out before flying
(c) Can fly if C of A is valid
454. A/C requires weighing in another place after a C of A inspection
(a) Requires Permit to Fly
(b) Can fly to another place to weigh
(c) Does not need (a) or (b)
455. Rectification in Tech Log
(a) Only requires clearance by LAE
(b) C of C to be kept on the ground
(c) Copy of C of C in the Tech log clearly identifiable against the defect
456. Minimum height of Reg. letters on fuselage is (4.3.5)
(a) 50 cm (b) 20 cm (c) 30 cm
457. The minister can
(a) Revoke licenses, etc
(b) Alter licenses, etc
(c) Vary licenses, etc
458. The performance group is given
(a) In C of A
(b) By constructor
(c) In regulations