1. 201. Following an emergency landing which will need an escape from the aircraft, you will: 1. remain on the runway, 2. clear the runway using the first available taxiway, 3. keep one engine or the APU running in order to maintain the electrical power supply on, 4. turn off all systems. The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:

2. 202. The correct definition of a safe forced landing is:

3. 203. If obliged to jettison part of the fuel in flight, it would be better to do so:

4. 204. The dangerous goods transport document, if required, shall be drawn up by :

5. 205. In addition to the languages required by the State of Origin, what language should be set for the markings related to dangerous goods :

6. 206. The presence of dynamic hydroplaning depends primarily on the :

7. 207. In case of landing on a flooded runway and in heavy rain: 1. You increase your approach speed, 2. You land firmly in order to obtain a firm contact of the wheels with the runway and immediately land your nose gear, 3. You decrease your approach speed, 4. You use systematically all the lift dumper devices, 5. You land as smoothly as possible, 6. You brake energetically. The combination regrouping all the correct statements is:

8. 208. A runway covered with 4 mm thick water, is said to be:

9. 209. The maximum validity of a SNOWTAM is :

10. 210. Your flight manual does not include specific supplementary information on landing distances on wet runways and the service bulletins or weather reports indicate that the runway may be wet at the estimated time of arrival. The required landing distance on a dry runway must be increased by:

11. 211. Crew members shall, on request of a law enforcement officer or the Authority, yield to a test to indicate the presence of alcohol or psychoactive substances in the blood at any time:

12. 212. Crew members must not commence a flight duty period with a blood alcohol level in excess of:

13. 213. A crew member should not donate blood within:

14. 214. An augmented flight crew is scheduled to carry out no more than:

15. 215. Blocktime calculation method for each duty augmented flight crew member:

16. 216. The standard weight of crew, passengers and cargo for normal flights is as follows:

17. 217. When the passenger checked baggage (loaded in the cargo compartment) is not weighed, the following standard weight per piece of checked baggage is used:

18. 218. A pilot ------accept a clearance with which he cannot safely comply or which exceeds the capabilities of the aircraft. The commander is the final authority as to the operation of the aircraft.

19. 219. If a flight is cleared to hold, ATC holding instructions must be complied with. …

20. 220. If the time difference (TD) between the countries of origin and destination is 04 hours or more:

21. 221. A clearance must be read back to ATC and for a confirmation between both pilot crew members in the case of clearances received:

22. 222. Which statement is correct?

23. 223. For depressurization, it may be necessary to descend below the en-route minimum altitude determined for normal operation in order to cope with passenger oxygen requirements. At any time, the aircraft gross (actual) flight path must clear vertically all obstacles by:

24. 224. Temperature correction: The calculated minimum safe altitudes/heights must be corrected when the OAT is much ----- than that predicted by the standard atmosphere.

25. 225. Where no outer marker or equivalent position exists, the pilot in command shall make the
decision to continue or stop the approach before descending below --------------- on the final approach segment.

26. 226. Final Reserve Fuel is the amount of fuel to fly:

27. 227. For IFR planning purposes, a destination alternate is not required if the airport is isolated and no suitable alternate is available, but a -----------will be calculated and included in the flight plan remarks.

28. 228. ACARS computerized Load and trim sheet must show name and staff ID number of the person preparing the sheet. The Commander acknowledges his receipt of ACARS computerized Load and trim sheet via ACARS data link network, giving his ….

29. 229. Which statement is correct?

30. 230. All flight crew members when on duty MUST bring:

31. 231. A pilot shall not be assigned to operate an aeroplane as part of the minimum certified crew, either as pilot flying or pilot non-flying:

32. 232. As a relief pilot, a first officer can operate on the left hand seat as PNF/PM only:

33. 233. The objective of CRM is to enhance:

34. 234. Crew members should keep walking in line (single or double) when walking in the terminal or public areas in the following orders:

35. 235. Pressure correction: When flying at levels with the altimeter set to 1013hPa, the minimum safe altitude must be corrected for deviations in pressure when the pressure is -----------than the standard atmosphere (1013hPa).

36. 236. Airport categories B and C are considered special airports and:

37. 237. Which statement is TRUE concerning the cargo compartment ventilation?

38. 238. Placing the BLOWER push button to override:

39. 239. Pressurization is normally automatic on the A321. Can you interfere with it?

40. 240. Pressurization controllers receive inputs from:

41. 241. Which configuration is the avionics ventilation system in while airborne with no abnormals present?

42. 242. The Ram Air valve:

43. 243. What is the function of the ram air valve?

44. 244. What position do the pack valves go to in the event of a loss of the bleed system pressure?

45. 245. What is the maximum altitude associated with the pressurization system?

46. 246. Aft cargo ventilation is controlled by:

47. 247. What limitation is associated with the ram air valve?

48. 248. Which of the following statements is correct concerning conditioned air?

49. 249. What happens when a temperature selector rotary knob is adjusted?

50. 250. With the pressurization system in the automatic mode, which valves are closed when the ditching push button is selected on?

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