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F PART I

1) No person shall fly or assist in flying any aircraft unless it has been registered and bears its
nationality and registration marks under rule.
1. Rule 5 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2. Rule15 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937
3. Rule 35 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937

2) Name and residence of the owner affixed or painted on aircraft in accordance with Rule
1. 36 2.37 3. 35

3) Under which rule empowers the Central Government to register an aircraft and to grant a
Certificate of Registration
1. Rule 33 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2. Rule 30 of the Aircraft Rules, 1947
3. Rule 30 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937

4) Aircraft registration by the DGCA is for the purpose of


1. controlling the safety of aviation in India 2. establishes the legal ownership
3.as 1&2

5) A material capable of withstanding heat as well as or better than steel when the dimensions
in both cases are appropriate for the specific purpose

1. Fire resistance Material: 2. Fireproof Material: 3.Both 1or 2


6)The owner or his authorized representative may apply for registration of the aircraft in the prescribed
form
1. CA-28 (Appendix 'B') 2. CA-28 (Appendix 'D') 3. CA-28 (Appendix 'A')

7) What are the document required for Registration of Aircraft


1. Certificate of registration from the previous registering authority
2. Customs clearance certificate / bill of entry of the aircraft
3. An evidence to the effect that the aircraft has been purchased or wholly owned by the applicant.
For this purpose, affidavit shall be accepted

8)Fee for registration as prescribed in Rule ……..paid by web based online transaction system of
DGCA (Bharatkosh
1.33 2. 35 3.37

9)If an owner / lessor transfers the lease of an aircraft to a person or company, or operator, the process
as mentioned for registration of an aircraft shall be followed. However the registration number of.
1. aircraft shall remain the same 2.aircraft shall change to new number 3.none

10)a temporary Certificate of Registrationofaircraftmay be granted under the provision of Rules


1.30 and 33 2.30 and 35 3.30 and 31

11)The temporary Certificate of Registration of aircraft shall be surrendered by the owner or his
representative to the DGCA along with the application for
1.certificate of airwothiness 2.registration of the aircraft 3.Any 1 or 2

12)Upon registration of aircraft a Certificate of Registration shall be issued to the owner, which will
be valid from the date of registration till

1. 5 years 2. 10 years 3.the date indicated on the Certificate of registration of the aircraft
13)The Certificate of Registration shall be in accordance with Article 29 of the ICAO Convention
and CAR Section 2 Series X Part VII
1. Series X Part VII 2.Series F Part I 3.Series X Part VI

14)The operator may apply for varying any particular(s) including extension of validity in the
Certificate of Registration
1.Regional airworthiness office 2.DGCA Headquarters 3. Any one

15)Where a certificate of registration of aircraft has been lost the owner may apply for the issue of a
duplicate certificate with an affidavit, a copy of the FIR lodged with the police for the loss and the
prescribed fee to
1.. DGCA Headquarters 2.Regional Airworthiness Office 3.As 1 or 2

16)The registration of an aircraft registered in India may be cancelled at any time by the DGCA, if it is
satisfied that
1.it is in the public interest that the aircraft should remain registered in India
2.the Certificate of Airworthiness in respect of the aircraft has expired for a period of five years or less
3.None of above

F PART III

1)Which rule require that No aircraft shall be flown unless that all aircraft possess a valid Certificate
of Airworthiness (C of A) or Special Certificate of Airworthiness.
1.Rule 50 2.Rule 15 3.Rule 33

2) Application for issue of C of A, is


1.CA Form 25 - Appendix 'B' &D 2.CA Form 28 - Appendix 'A' & B 3.CA Form 25 - Appendix 'A' & B

3)If the type of aircraft is being introduced/ imported into the country for the first
time (new or used), the owner/ operator shall supply, free of cost, one set each
of the following updated technical literature, to DGCA Hdqrs and Regional/
Sub-Regional Office of DGCA
1.DGCA Hdqrs 2.Regional/Sub-Regional Office of DGCA 3.Both 1 & 2

4)On receipt of the copy of application along with C of R and requisite


documents, the regional/sub-regional airworthiness office, for the issue of C
of A and ARC, shall carry out
1.Aircraft documentation review; and Aircraft inspection 2.Aircraft configuration identification
3.Both 1 & 2

5)Issue of ARC in respect of an aircraft shall be carried out at . DGCA Hqrsfor the first time only. Subsequent
issue and extension of ARC shall be carried out by
1.The respective regional/sub-regional office 2.DGCA Hqrs 3.Both 1 & 2

6)DGCA may render valid a certificate of airworthiness in respect of an aircraft


Provided
1.The applicable airworthiness requirements issued by the DGCA are not complied with
2.The applicant furnishes necessary documents and technical data relating
to the aircraft as specified by DGCA
3. The airworthiness authority of the country of manufacture has issued a C
of A or such equivalent document
7)Guidance for issue of export C of A is detailed in
1.AAC 4/2006 2.AAC 4/2008 3.AAC 4/2016

8)The export C of A shall be issued by the regional offices by an officers at the level of Deputy Director of
Airworthiness or above
1.DGCAHqrs offices by an officers at the level of Deputy Director of Airworthiness or above
2.Regional offices by an officers at the level of Deputy Director of Airworthiness or above

9)The Certificate of Airworthiness of an aircraft shall be deemed to be suspended when


1."Lifed" components when due are replaced / CMR items not complied
2.Mandatory modifications/ inspections are carried out, as and when due
3. Aircraft has suffered major damage or defect or develops a major defect,
which would affect the safety of the aircraft or its occupants in subsequent flights

F PART VII

1)Which rule states that an aircraft shall not be flown during any period for which its certificate of
airworthiness or specialcertificate of Airworthiness is suspended or deemed to be suspended
1.Subrule4 of Rule 55 of Aircraft Rules 1937 2. Subrule 3 of Rule 55 of Aircraft Rules 19373. Subrule 3 of
Rule 55 of Aircraft Rules 1947

2)Which rule states that the Director-General may issue a special flight permit when an aircraft is not fully
in compliance with the airworthiness requirements but is in a condition for safe operation subject to such
conditions as are specified in the special flight permit
1. Rule 55 of Aircraft Rules 1937 2. Rule 55A of Aircraft Rules 1947
3. Rule 55A of Aircraft Rules 1937

3) The status of an aircraft, engine, propeller or part whenit conforms to its approved design and is in a
condition of safe operation in ccordance with norms specified by the Director-General
1.airworthiness review certificate 2.Certificate of compliance 3.Airworthy

4)What are the occasion A special flight permit may be issued by Regional/Sub-Regional Airworthiness
Office to an aircraft
1. Test flying before modification/ repair during a process of applying for a
supplementary type certificate
2. Ferry fly to a base with fare paying passengers or property onboard where repair, modification and
maintenance are to be performed to remove the suspension of the C of A
3. Ferry fly to a point of Temporary/ Permanent storage.

5)The owner/ operator seeking a special flight permit shall submit an application
as per Appendix I. The operator shall substantiate how the aircraft can be flown
safely and the steps taken for safe flight. The application shall be concurred
and signed by the
1. The owner/ operator 2 engineering and operations departments3.Any one

6) The application and the report, detailing the condition of the aircraft and the
steps taken for safe flight will be analysed and based on the assessment with
regard to safety of aircraft (also persons on board), the local Regional/ Sub
regional Airworthiness Office may grant special flight permit subject to the
following conditions/ limitations:
1. Person or property shall be carried for compensation or hire
2. No person shall be carried on the aircraft unless that person is essential to the
purpose of the flight and has been advised of the contents of the permit and the
airworthiness status of the aircraft
3. If the flight involves operation over States other than India, the operator of the
aircraft must obtain necessary overfly authorization from the respective
authorities of each of those States prior to undertaking the flight

F PART XIII

1)certification to the effect that all the work on the glider has been performed in accordance with
the requirements specified by the Director General called
1.Certificate of compliance 2.Airworthiness 3.airworthiness review certificate

2)For wooden gliders having an age more than 20 years, the ARC validity shall be
restricted to six months
1.12 months 2.nine months 3.six months

3)Glider components/spare parts and materials used thereon shall be


1.Covered by a Release Note or equivalent document acceptable to the Director General
2.Manufactured or repaired/overhauled, inspected and certified as serviceable
by an approved organisation or persons appropriately licensed or authorised
by the Director General
3.Both 1 & 2

4.The 'Certificate of Safety' shall be made in duplicate. One copy shall be handed
over to the pilot and the other shall be retained by the operator for a period of
1.two month 2.one month 3.six month

5)Compliance of Service bulletins/instructions, mandatory inspections/modifications of glider,


issued by the makers or by the Director General, will be governed by the
1. CAR Series 'M' Part I 2. DGCA Hqrs 3.Regional airworthiness office

6).Glider log book Procedure/worksheets pertaining to Glider


1.Until such time as the glider is permanently withdrawn from use and its Certificate of
Registration is cancelled by the Director General
2.in the case of a glider meeting with an accident resulting in damage beyond economical repair,
the glider log book and associated work sheets shall be preserved for a
period of two years after the date of the accident
3.Both 1 & 2

7)Records, including work/procedure sheets of glider, for all components subject


to life limitations
1.Until six year after the components permanently withdrawn from service
2. Until one year after the components permanently withdrawn from service
3. Until two year after the components permanently withdrawn from service

8)means any damage to a glider or glider component which may


affect the safety of the glider or the persons on board is called
1.Major defect 2.Major damage 3.Minordefect

9)means any fault, failure or malfunctioning of a glider or a glider


component, which affect the safety of persons on board.is called

1.Major defect 2.Major damage 3.Minordefect

10)All gliders, manufactured in the country and possessing a valid type certificate,issued by the
Director General, or manufactured in a foreign country whose standards of airworthiness are
acceptable to the Director General, may be granted Certificate of Airworthiness subject to such
conditions as considered necessary. Applications for the issue of Certificate of Airworthiness
shall be made to the
1.Regional airworthiness office 2. DGCA Headquarters 3.Any one

F PART XIV
1)Rule provides for operation of a Microlight aircraft without a valid Certificate of Airworthiness
1. Rule 15 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2. Rule 15 of the Aircraft Rules, 1947
3. Rule 30 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937

2)The Microlight aircraft shall be fitted with instruments and equipment in such
a manner provided in Rule and have Special Certificate of Airworthiness
(Special C of A) issued by the Director General.

1. 55 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2. 57 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937


3. 57 of the Aircraft Rules, 1947

3) A document issued by the Director-General to an aircraft which has a


restricted type certificate or complies with airworthiness specifications as
specified by the Director-General for ensuring adequate safety
1. Certificate of Airworthiness 2. Special Certificate of Airworthiness" 3.Airwothiness review
certificate

4)Under which rule DGCA shall issue a Special C of A in respect of the Microlight aircraft.
1. Rule 57 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937; 2. Rule 50 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 3. Rule 50 of the Aircraft Rules,
1947
5)The aircraft shall be operated only by the owner in whose name the aircraft is registered and specified
on the C of R. However, in case of approved flying training organizations, the aircraft may be operated as
authorized by the
1.DGCAHqrs 2.Regional airworthiness office 3. chief flight instructor

F PART XX
1) Normally manufacturers of jet aircraft prescribed a design economic life for
their aircraft which extend to

1. 20 years or 65,000 landings/ pressurization cycles 2. 20 years or 80,000 landings/ pressurization cycles
3. 20 years or 60,000 landings/ pressurization cycles

2) Pressurized Aircraft intended to be imported and used in passenger services (Scheduled/ Non-Scheduled)
and General Aviation operation, shall not have completed
1. 18 years of age or 70% of designed economic life
2. 20 years of age or 65% of designed economic life
3. 18 years of age or 65% of designed economic life

F PART XXIII

1) No aircraft shall be flown unless that all aircraft possess a valid Certificate of Airworthiness (C
of A) or Special Certificate of Airworthiness
1. Rule 15 of 1937 2. Rule 15 of 1947 3. Rule 30 of 1937

2)rule allows for the issuance of the special certificate of airworthiness in one or more of the
categories as specified by the Director-General
1. Sub-rule (6) of 50 2. Sub-rule (4) of 50 3. Sub-rule (5) of 50

3) sub rule 6 of the said rule states that a special certificate of airworthiness shall be valid for
such periods as may be specified in the certificate
1. Sub-rule (6) of 50 2. Sub-rule (5) of 50 3. Sub-rule (4) of 50

4) Empowers the Director-General to suspend or cancel the Certificate of Airworthiness or Special


Certificate of Airworthiness
1. Sub-rule 2 of Rule 55 2. Sub-rule (5) of 50 3. Sub-rule (4) of 50

5)What are the Conditions for issue of special airworthiness certificates for ‘Light-Sport’
category
1. The aircraft's flight manual supplement
2. The aircraft conforms to the DGCA accepted design standard under rule
49E and is in condition for safe operation
3. The aircraft must be inspected by the DGCA and found to be in a condition
for safe operation
6) Operating amateur-built aircraft: Operating an aircraft the major portion of which has been
fabricated and assembled by persons who undertook the construction project solely for their own
education or recreation and meets the requirements contained in CAR
1. Section 8 Series A Part III 2. Section 6 Series A Part III 3. Section 2 Series A Part III

7) After the aircraft has been registered, the owner or his authorized representative may apply to
DGCA headquarters together with necessary fees for issue of Special Certificate of Airworthiness
1. CA Form 25A- Appendix 'A' & B 2. CA Form 25- Appendix 'A' &B 3.
CA Form 28A- Appendix 'A' & B

8) A copy of the application along with supporting documentation shall also be submitted to the
…………………………………………. where the aircraft will be based
1. regional/ sub-regional office 2. DGCA headquarters 3.As 1or 2

9) Format of the Special Certificate of Airworthiness issued by DGCA is enclosed as Appendix ‘E’

1. Appendix ‘C’ 2. Appendix ‘E’ 3. Appendix ‘D’

10) The Special C of A shall be valid for a period not exceeding one year and may be renewed
further for a period not exceeding
1. one year 2. Six month 3. Nine month

11) Microlight, light sport aircraft, glider, balloon or an airship shall be certified by an aircraft
maintenance engineer holding a licence in
1. Category A or Category B1 or Category B3 2. authorised person 3.As 1 &2

12) The maintenance of an Amateur built /amateur built aircraft, by a licensed Aircraft
Maintenance Engineer is not mandatory. An appropriately qualified person trained by primary
manufacturer the primary builder will be granted authorization by
1.State of design 2.DGCA 3.RAO

13) An application for renewal of Special C of A shall be completed and submitted to concerned
airworthiness office by the owner/ operator of the aircraft as per the enclosed proforma at ppendix
‘C’ at least 15 days prior to the expiry of the special certificate of airworthiness along with the
necessary fees as per.
1. Rule 62 2. Rule 35 3. Rule 133

14) In case the Airworthiness Officer completes his final inspection of the aircraft and its
documents, after the expiry of the Special C of A, or within 30 days before the expiry of special C
of A then the currency of special C of A would start from the
1.End date of inspection 2. date of inspection3.As per DGCA decision

15) An aircraft shall not be flown during any period for which its special certificate of
airworthiness is suspended or deemed to be suspended without a special flight permit
issued by DGCA under

1.Rule49A 2. Rule 50A 3. Rule 55A

I PART II
1)An aircraft shall be equipped with An accessible first-aid kit in accordance with
1.CAR Sec 2 Series ‘X’ Part IV 2.CAR Sec 2 Series ‘X’ Part III
3.CAR Sec 2 Series ‘I’ Part III

2) The aircraft used for cloud seeding operation shall be fitted with 'G' meter as per
1. DGCA /New Misc./05. 2. DGCA /New Misc./03.3.DGCA /New Misc./04.

3)The aircraft engaged in agro- operation are to be painted their wing tips with
1.day glow paint 2.Yellow paint 3.Flourocent colur
.
4)For an aircraft flying over land the ELT should be capable of being activated due to impact of 'G' load
as specified in FAA TSO C-91a
1.TSO C-98a 2.TSO D-91a 3.TSO C-91a

5)An aircraft operating over water beyond a distance of 100 NM from the sea shore shall be equipped
with at least
1.One water activated ELT 2.Two water activated ELT 3.Three water activated ELT

6)Gliders intended to be certificated for cloud flying shall have the normal instrument and
What are the addition equipment
1.Artificial horizon 2.Parachute for each occupant. 3.As both 1 & 2

I PART V

1)For aeroplanes / helicopters for which the application for type certification is submitted before 1 January
2016, specifications applicable to crash protected flight recorders may be found in EUROCAE
1. ED- 112, 2.ED-56A, 3.As 1& 2

2)For aeroplanes / helicopters for which the application for type certification is submitted on or after 1
January 2016, specifications applicable to cash protected flight recorders may be found in EUROCAE
1.ED-112A 2.ED-56 3.As 1 & 2

3)All aeroplanes of a maximum certificated take-off mass of over 5 700 kg for which the application for type
certification is submitted on or after 1 st January,2023 shall be equipped with an FDR capable of recording at
least the ………… parameters listed in Table-1 of Appendix-I.
1. 28 2. 82 3. 67

4)All aeroplanes of a maximum certificated take-off mass of over 5700 kg for which the individual certificate
of airworthiness is first issued on or after 1 st January, 2023 shall be equipped with an FDR capable of
recording at least how many parameters listed in Table-1 of Appendix-I
1. 68 2. 78 3.82

5) All FDRs (installed on aeroplanes) shall retain the information recorded during at least the last
1.30min of their operation 2.25 hours of their operation3.25 min of their operation
6)All FDRs (installed on helicopters) shall retain the information recorded during at least the last
1.10 hours of their operation 2.30 hours of their operation 3.30min of their operation

F PART VI
1) cockpit voice recorders & cockpit audio recording systemhas been issued under the provision of.
1.Rule 29C of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2.Rule 133 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937
3.Rule 133C of the Aircraft Rules, 1937

2)It is a flight recorder installed in the aircraft for the purpose of recording the aural environment on the flight
deck during flight time for the purpose of accident/ incident prevention and investigation
1.CARS 2.CVR 3.Both 1 & 2

3)All aeroplanes of a maximum certificated take-off mass of over 27000 kg for which the individual certificate
of airworthiness is first issued on or after 1 January 2021 shall be equipped with a CVR which shall retain
the information recorded during at least the last 25 hours of its operation
1.2 hours of its operation 2.25 hours of its operation 3.15 hours of its operation

4)Cockpit voice recorder/Cockpit Audio Recording system (CARS) containers shall be painted a
1.distinctive black colour 2.distinctive red colour 3.distinctive orange colour

5)For aeroplanes used for commercial operation such device(CVR/CARS) shall be operating at a frequency
of 37.5 kHz. At the earliest practicable date but not later than 1 January 2018, this device shall operate for a
minimum of.
1.60 days 2.90 days 3. 45 days

F PART VII
1)All turbine-enginedaeroplanes of a maximum certificated take-off mass in excess
of 5 700 kg or authorized to carry more than nine passengers shall be equipped
with a
1.GPWS 2.GCAS 3. Both 1 & 2

2)A ground proximity warning system shall provide, unless otherwise specified
herein, warnings under the following circumstances
1.excessive ascent rate 2.excessive altitude gain after take-off or go-around
3.excessive descent below the instrument glide path

3)Deactivation of GPWS can only be in accordance with the procedures


contained in the aeroplane
1.maintenance manual 2.IPC 3. flight manual

4)The GPWS shall be of an approved type and meet the specifications given in
the FAA TSO C-92 C
1.JAA TSO C-92 C 2.FAA TSO C-92 C 3.FAA TSO C-92

5)EGPWS and GCAS they should meet the specifications given in


1.FAA TSOC151a 2.JAA JTSO C151a 3.As 1 or 2
6)The Forward looking Wind shear Warning Systems should meet the requirements given in FAA
1.TSO-C117a 2.FAA TSOC151a 3. As 1 or 2

F PART VIII

1)An ACAS which provides information as an aid to 'see and avoid' action but does not include the
capability for generating resolution advisories (RAs)
1ACAS II 2.ACAS III 3. ACAS I

2)Airborne Collision Avoidance System should be of an approved type meeting the specifications
contained in Annex 10 (Volume IV) to the Convention on International Civil Aviation or
1.FAA TSOC151a 2.FAA TSO C-119 3.Any one

3)The functional requirements for ACAS is detailed in CAR Section 9


1.Series D Part VI 2.Series D Part V 3.Series D Part IV

L PART VII
1)Aircraft Rules lays down period for which the AME licence will normally be valid and can be renewed thereafter by the
Director General for a similar period
1.Revised Rules 61 2.Revised Rules 62 3.Revised Rules 60

2)No AME Licence will be renewed after 1st July 2001, unless the requirementof refresher course is met with. The guidelines
on Refresher Course and theexemptions thereof are given in
1.AAC 8 of 2008 2.AAC 8 of 2001 3. AAC 8 of 2000

3)For the renewal of the licences of engineers. The applicant has to apply to the Regional Airworthiness
Office on form
1.CA 68(b) 2.CA 78(a) 3. CA 68(a)

L PART IX
1)state that “ the Central Governmentmay grant authorisation to the holders of an Aircraft Maintenance
Engineer’sLicence to carry out maintenance of any new aircraft, engine or system whichhas been
brought into the organisation and which is not within the scope of hislicence, and to issue a certificate of
release thereof, provided that the Director-General is satisfied that the applicant has sufficient
knowledge, experience andtraining, and has passed such examinations as specified by the Director-
General

1.Sub Rule (8) of Rule 61 of aircraft Rule 1947 2. Sub Rule (8) of Rule 61 of aircraft Rule 1937
3.Sub Rule (7) of Rule 61 of aircraft Rule 1937

2)Authorisations may be issued for a limited period. An authorisation shall remain valid for a period
specified therein, in each case, and may be renewed provided the applicant has engaged himself in the
performance of the tasks for a period of three months in the preceding
1..six month 2.two year 3.one year
L PART XI
1) Minimum requirements of flying experience OF Check Flight Engineer IS
1. 2000 hours 2.2500 hours 3. 500 hours

2) Minimum requirements of flying experience OF Flight Engineer Examiner is


1.2000 hours 2.2500 hours 3. 500 hours

3) The Flight Engineer recommended for approval as Check Flight Engineer/ Flight Engineer Examiner
should have been regularly flying the aircraft on which The approval is sought.
They should have consistently shown satisfactory proficiency and
1.should have obtained Flight Engineer licence on the type in the first attempt
2. should not have failed in any of the proficiency checks on simulator/ aircraft during the preceding one years
3. ) should have a record completely free of any incident attributable to Flight Engineer's
proficiency during the preceding two

L PART XV
1)The foreignlicences engineer should have at least one year working experience in maintenance after the
endorsement of the aircraft type on his AME licence / Company approval, out of which at least six months
should be recent experience on the type, in the preceding 12 months

1.preceding 18 months 2.preceding 24 months 3.preceding 12 months

2)The foreignlicences engineer should be well conversant with the approved maintenance system of the
Indian operator as given in the operator's
1.maintenance organization hand book 2.maintenance organization system
3.maintenance organization exposition

3)The foreign AME shall have to pass the written paper on Rules andRegulation of the DGCA AME Licence
examination for the applicablelicences, if validation of his licence is required for
1.more than two year 2.more than one year 3.more than three year

4)The validation of the foreign licence shall be subject to the provisions of


1.Rule 19 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2.Rule 14 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937
3.Rule 16 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937

5)
M PART I
1)Which rule provides for incorporation of modification in aircraft and/or
accessories for continued validity of Type Certificate
1.Aircraft Rule 49 D 2.Aircraft Rule 50A 3.Aircraft Rule 52 D

2)Rule 50A requires modifications/inspections to be carried out in aircraft/ accessories in the interest of
safety as a condition of the Certificate of Airworthiness of Aircraft remaining in force
1.Rule 50A 2.Aircraft Rule 52 D 3.Aircraft Rule 50 D

3)Rule 52 lays down the acceptable standard for modification/repair and form and manner of distribution of
the compliance certificate for the same and preservation thereof

4)When India is a ‘State of Design’, DGCA will issue Airworthiness Directives in accordance with
1.CAR 21.3B 2.CAR 21.6B 3.CAR 21.2B

T PART I
1)"Flight Test" means the flying of an aircraft, without any passenger on board,for the purpose of ensuring that
1.the aircraft handling characteristics have deteriorated with time
2.the aircraft performance not remains as scheduled;
3.aircraft and its equipment function properly

2)Operator of an aircraft shall, for each type of aircraft operated by it, specify in which its approved manual., the
circumstances under which a flight test is to be performed
1.Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME) 2.Maintenance Organisation Manual (MOM )
3.Both 1 & 2

3)Whenever the performance of an aircraft during the flight test or at other occasions, is adversely commented upon by the
flight crew, the same shall be reported to
1.Quality Manager 2.Regional Airworthiness 3.DGCA Hq

4)The routine test flight procedure will at least ensure


1.that the normal speed at the cruising engine power, is within the range specified
2.that the stalling speed has increased beyond the figure specified by the manufacturer
3.that through normal operating range of the aircraft no abnormal vibrations exist

5)A flight test report and record of defects and adjustments shall be made in the flight logbook of the aircraft or other
equivalent document approved by the
1.Regional airworthiness office 2.Director General 3.Quality manager

6)The "expected climb performance" figure corresponding to flight test conditions (mean altitude, mean temperature and
mean weight) shall be obtained from the relevant manual of the aircraft, like Flight Manual, Operations Manual,.
1.Maintenance manual 2.Pilot's notes 3.MMEL

7)The pilot carrying out the flight test for twin engine aircraft shall be in possession of
1.a valid Commercial Pilot's Licence Airline Transport Pilot Licence endorsed for the type of aircraft
2.atleast 1000 hours flying time as PIC on twin engined aircraft; of which
3.at least 100 hours shall be as PIC on type

O PART I
1)Category I (CAT I) operation.A precision instrument approach and landing with
1.a decision height not lower than 60 m (300 ft); and
2.with either a visibility not less than 800 m or a runway visual range not less
than650 m
3.None of above

X PART II
1)Every aircraft shall be weighed and its centre of gravity determined as per
1.Rule 58 of Aircraft Rules, 1937 2.Rule 57 of Aircraft Rules, 1937
3.Rule 58 of Aircraft Rules, 1947

2)Empty Weight : Means


1.the measured or computed weight of an aircraft, including the weight of all removable equipment and other items of
disposable load,
2.but including the weight of all items of fixed operating equipment or other equipment which are mandatory for all
operations like fixed ballast, engine coolant, hydraulic fluid and fuel and oil quantities (both trapped and unusable) in the
aircraft and engine system.
3.None of above

3)Aircraft weighing more than 2000 kg. shall be re-weighed every


1.five years 2.Four years 3six years

4)The Weight Schedule shall contain at least the following information


1.Signature of appropriately licensed AME/ Approved person
2.Item wise Weight and details of removable equipment (kg.) (excluding wireless
Equipment
3.Maximum commercial weight without fuel and oil tanks full

5)The Regional/Sub-regional Airworthiness office shall be intimated in advance about the weighing of the aircraft who may
associate with the weighing process. The weighing of the aircraft shall be done in supervision of the
1.The Regional/Sub-regional Airworthiness 2.Quality Manager 3.As 1 or 2

X PART IV
1)Normal category aircraft used for carrying passengers, goods or mails andhaving all up weight as 15000 Kg. or
above:Furnishing materials used in each compartment must be
1.self-extinguishing 2."Flame resistant 3.ANY ONE

2)Normal category aircraft &aerobatic category aircraft:The materials used for interior panels, partitions, carpets and
upholsterymust be at least
1.self-extinguishing 2. Flame resistant 3.ANY ONE
3)There must be a prescribed number of hand fire extinguishers, convenientlylocated in each compartment. as
required under the Requirements
1. CAR Series "I" Part II 2. CARSection 8, Series O 3.AS 1 OR 2
X PART IV
1),Whichrulr stipulates that Log books shall be kept and maintained in respect of all aircraft registered inIndia.
1.Rule 67 of the Aircraft Rules 1937 2.Rule 67 of the Aircraft Rules 1947
3.Rule 76 of the Aircraft Rules 1937

2)Each logbook shall be in threesections: -The first section will contain records of
1.Replacement 2.Modification Record 3.minor repairs and certification

3)How many year engine and propeller log books shall be preserved one year after the engine propeller are
permanently withdrawn from use
1.two year 2. One year 3. Six month

X PART VII
1)Which rule requires that all aircraft registered in Indiashall carry valid documents as specified in this CAR
1.Rule 7 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 2.Rule 17 of the Aircraft Rules, 1937
3.Rule 7 of the Aircraft Rules, 1947

2)No person in charge of any aircraft shall allow such aircraft to be flown unlessthe following valid documents, as
applicable (in original or attested copies), arecarried on board the aircraft
1.Maintenance manual 2.illustrated parts catalog 3.Emergency and Safety Equipment Layout