AVIA 350 Quiz Quizzes

AVIA 350 Quiz: Federal Aviation Regulation with Airline Operations

  1. Operations that constitute common carriage are required to be conducted under:
  2. A certificate holder may NOT operate a single engine airplane under Part 121.
  3. Which of the following elements dene a common carrier?
  4. Carriage which does not involve holding out is private carriage.
  5. FAR 119.1 contains the certification requirements an operator must meet in order to obtain and hold a certificate authorizing operations under Part 121, 125, or 135 of this chapter.
  6. A carrier may require a passenger with a disability to travel with a safety assistant?
  7. To serve as Chief Pilot under FAR Part 121, a person must:
  8. May carriers limit the number of passengers with a disability on a flight?
  9. Critical phases of flight include:
  10. In defining a common carrier, which is the most direct means of holding out?

AVIA 350 Quiz: Federal Aviation Regulations

  1. Decision altitude is expressed in feet above mean sea level.
  2. Your aircraft’s transponder fails during flight within Class D airspace
  3. An institution of higher education that is accredited, as defined in Sec. 61.1, may apply for a letter of authorization for the purpose of certifying its graduates for an airline transport pilot certificate under the academic and aeronautical experience requirements in Sec. ________________ (number only).
  4. (Select all that apply) Under FAR Part 91, no pilot may operate an aircraft, except a military aircraft of the United States, below the authorized MDA or continue an approach below the authorized DA/DH unless:
  5. The minimum altitude over other than congested areas is __________ feet above the surface (number only).
  6. No person may operate a civil aircraft at cabin pressure altitudes above _____________ feet (MSL) unless the required minimum flight crew is provided with and uses supplemental oxygen during the entire flight time at those altitudes (number only).
  7. You are planning an IFR cross-country flight in a C-172 from Lynchburg, VA to a destination of San Diego, CA. To comply with the Part 91 fuel requirements for flight in IFR conditions you must carry enough fuel to:
  8. In standard atmosphere at sea level calibrated airspeed is equal to:
  9. The maximum airspeed in the airspace underlying Class B airspace is ________ KIAS (number only).
  10. Flight visibility means the average forward vertical distance, from the cockpit of an aircraft in flight, at which prominent unlighted objects may be seen and identified by day and prominent lighted objects may be seen and identified by night.

AVIA 350 Quiz: Operational Control

Module 1: Week 1 — Module 3: Week 3

  1. Unless amended by Operations Specifications or NOTAM, the minimums published on the appropriate Jeppesen approach charts will be used for all
  2. Surface Movement Guidance Control Systems (SMGCS) require a low visibility taxi plan for airports with takeoff or landing operations with visibility less than _______________ RVR.
  3. The CRJ is authorized to use the lower than standard takeoff minimums of TDZ RVR 500, Mid RVR 500, and Rollout RVR 500 provided:
  4. Unless restricted by higher published minima, the weather requirements for a circle to land maneuver are visibility 3 nautical miles and ceiling 1000 feet.
  5. (Multiple Answer) Which of the following statements are true? A pilot may continue an approach below the DA or MDA and touchdown when:
  6. The pilot may not descend below _____ (number only) feet above the touchdown zone elevation using the approach lights as the sole reference unless the red terminating bars or the red side row bars are distinctly visible and identifiable.
  7. (Chose all that apply) According to LAA’s Operations Specifications, which of the following precision approaches are you authorized to conduct?
  8. The final approach segment for a precision approach starts at
  9. Your aircraft has intercepted the glide slope on an ILS approach at the published glide slope intercept altitude. ATC now advises that the controlling visibility has decreased below the authorized minima. You should:
  10. LAA is authorized to conduct precision CAT I landing minima as low as 1800 RVR to approved runways without TDZ lights and or CL lights.

AVIA 350 Quiz: Operational Policy — 1

Module 1: Week 1 — Module 2: Week 2

  1. The flight director shall be used for all Category I approaches if the visibility is reported as less than
  2. An ATC clearance to conduct an instrument approach relieves the crew from the responsibility to make all required CTAF reports.
  3. When not in radar contact, a report should be made to ATC at any time it becomes apparent that a previously submitted estimate is in error in excess of __________ minutes.
  4. Which of the following are true regarding the post flight inspection?
  5. Today, you are a High Minimums First Officer flying with an appropriately rated Check Airman. In this case, the PIC must make all takeoffs and landings when:
  6. When operating at flight altitudes above __________, one pilot at the controls shall at all times wear and use an oxygen mask unless both pilots are on flight deck duty.
  7. Provided the individual is authorized by the company and qualified in the aircraft, who can the Captain allow to operate the controls of the aircraft during flight?
  8. No pilot will leave their aircraft seat below __________ feet AGL.
  9. Which of the following is true?
  10. Under which conditions might the PF command the PM to set new altitudes in the altitude selector?

AVIA 350 Quiz: Operational Structure

Covers the Learn material from Module 1: Week 1.

  1. A crewmembers responsibilities include:
  2. The Director of Operations reports directly to the:
  3. The PIC is responsible for the mentorship of new First Officers in the practical and technical details of becoming a well rounded professional airline pilot.
  4. First Officers must:
  5. The Director of Operations is an FAR 121 air carrier leadership position required by 14 CFR Part 119.
  6. Which leadership position is directly responsible for ensuring a qualified crewmember occupies each position on all company flights?
  7. The company will ensure compliance with the legal requirements such as medical certificate dates, flight check dates, flight time limitations, and rest requirements. The automated company of tracking these requirements replaces each pilots responsibility to monitor individual requirements.
  8. Which leadership position is directly responsible for maintaining flight crew discipline?
  9. Safety, compliance with company procedures, and FAA regulatory standards are the lowest priorities for the company and its personnel.
  10. An employee will be disciplined for bringing a matter of regulatory compliance to the attention of management.


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