AVIA 350 Quiz Final

AVIA 350 Quiz: Final

  1. When arriving at an uncontrolled airport, an ATC clearance to conduct an instrument approach relieves the crew from the responsibility to make all required CTAF radio reports.
  2. FAA Advisory Circular AC 120-27E, Aircraft Weight and Balance Control, allows for aircraft with fewer than five passenger seats to use standard passenger and baggage weights.
  3. SMGCS requires a low visibility taxi plan for airports with takeoff or landing operations with visibility less than 1600 RVR.
  4. For all LAA operations, the minimums published on the appropriate Jeppesen approach charts will be used unless restricted or amended by Ops Specs or by NOTAM.
  5. In accordance with the Air Carrier Access Act, a handicapped or disabled individual may be denied transportation based on
  6. In most cases the _______________ is of greater value than the hourly report, unless the flight is planned to be less than 1 hour in duration.
  7. The takeoff weight is calculated by adding:
  8. Operations Specifications
  9. In an emergency, Dispatcher concurrence and an amended release must always be obtained prior to diverting to an airport other than the planned destination or alternate.
  10. The use of the 2 NAV (Two operational navigational facilities) method always results in lower derived alternate weather minimums than the 1 NAV (One operational navigational facility) method.
  11. Which of the following is true concerning the use of the 1 NAV / 2 NAV in determining alternate airport weather minimums.
  12. Unless otherwise authorized by the Administrator, no person may operate an aircraft below 10,000 feet MSL at an indicated airspeed of more than 250 knots.
  13. During cruise at FL270 over KDFW (Dallas Fort Worth) you experience an inflight emergency. KDFW eld elevation is 607 feet MSL. The last step in the QRH procedure directs you to “Land at the nearest suitable airport.” After making the “In Time” descent calculation you determine you must land at a suitable airport with a___ mile radius from your present position over KDFW.
  14. Your aircraft has a ground speed of 270 knots with a 45-knot tailwind. How many nautical miles will you travel in 12 minutes?
  15. In the context of an FAR Part 121 airline operation which of the following are true regarding the concept of “Joint Responsibility.”
  16. A takeoff Alternate is required when:
  17. The Captain’s emergency authority is fully defined in FAR Part 121.3.
  18. Destination weather requirements. The destination airport must have weather reports, forecasts, or a combination of both, which indicate that conditions will be:
  19. Runway Visual range (RVR) is the primary visibility used by Part 121 operators, with specific visibility reports and controlling values outlined in their respective Ops Specs.
  20. Upon reaching the DA(H)/MDA, and at any time prior to the missed approach point, the pilot may continue the approach below the DA(H) or MDA if:
  21. is the maximum permissible weight of an aircraft with no disposable fuel and oil. This limitation is an in-flight bending load limit on the aircraft structure.
  22. Your ground speed is 750 knots. In hours and minutes, how long will it take you to y 7,200 nm?
  23. On a SE takeoff, Rotation Speed, must allow for the acceleration to V2 by ____feet and by the end of the runway.
  24. According to the LAA FOM, how is Adequate Visual Reference defined?
  25. In situations where computers are not available, the Dispatcher may request pilots to complete a Verbal Dispatch Release form.
  26. Answer questions using the Dispatch Release for MDT to ATL
  27. Headsets shall be used on all aircraft during operations below 18,000 feet.
  28. (Select all that apply) Which of the following is true concerning the use of the 1 NAV / 2 NAV in determining alternate airport weather minimums.
  29. The reciprocal of 042 degrees is ___________ degrees
  30. Crews are not to descend below the minimum prescribed altitude for that segment of flight, except when:
  31. ATC has cleared you present position direct BNA, ROME 6 ARRIVAL into ATL. Crossing BNA ATC amends your clearance to descend to 7,000 feet and hold at RMG as published. What is the maximum holding indicated airspeed entering the holding pattern at RMG?
  32. LAA policy is to encourage the use of autopilot and flight director at all times, while pilots are expected to maintain proficiency in the use of raw data references.
  33. An ATC clearance is required prior to taking action in all emergency situations.
  34. Takeoff Decision Speed (V1) is the minimum speed in the takeoff, following a failure of the critical engine at VEF , at which the pilot can continue the takeoff and achieve the required height above the takeoff surface within the takeoff distance.
  35. If you travel 300 nm in 90 minutes, what is your ground speed?
  36. Any pilot age 65 or greater may not act as PIC or SIC during FAR Part 121 operations.
  37. For domestic operations, a destination alternate is required for all LAA flights, except when the appropriate weather reports or forecasts, or combination thereof, for a period of one hour before to one hour after the ETA at the destination, are at or above a ceiling of 2,000 feet and a visibility of 3 miles.
  38. Fully explain FAR 91.3, “Responsibility and Authority of the Pilot In Command.”
  39. Extended Over Water Operations are defined as operations over water at a horizontal distance of more than 50 nautical miles from the nearest shoreline.
  40. All company flights require a Dispatch or Flight Release.
  41. According to FAA regulations outlined in LAA’s Ops Specs standard takeoff minima is defined as:
  42. When being assigned a new altitude by ATC, if either pilot does not agree with the assigned altitude, the pilots should come to agreement by pilot discussion alone.
  43. Answer the questions below, TAF information below:
  44. In the FUEL SUMMARY line of the Dispatch Release, MINF (Minimum Required Fuel) is the FAR required fuel for takeoff.
  45. A second destination alternate is required.
  46. Per FAR 119.65, what specific management positions are required for a Part 121 air carrier?
  47. (Refer to: ILS or LOC RWY 29, KCAE) Columbia approach has given you the following clearance. “Maintain 2,100 feet, cleared for the ILS RWY 29.” In this scenario, at what altitude is the Final Approach Fix Identified?
  48. 14 CFR part 121 fuel requirements for all domestic operations: No person may dispatch or takeoff an airplane unless it has enough fuel to:
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