A head placed on a knee cushion, arms around the thigh.

b head down as far as possible, grasp the passenger in front of you.

c head down as far as possible, grasp the legs with your arms.

d cross the arm in front of the face.

The attitudes to be adopted by the passengers, sitting in the travelling direction, in

case of an emergency landing are: 1. legs together and feet flat on the floor, 2.

head resting against the back of the front seat, 3. forearms on the armrests, 4.

seat belt very tightly fastened, 5. head resting on the forearms. The combination

regrouping all the correct sta

A 1, 4, 5

b 1, 2, 3, 4

c 2, 3, 4

d 2, 4, 5

Mist in the cabin, pressure and temperature drop characterize:

a a slow depressurization.

B a fast depressurization.

c an electrical fire.

d a plastic fire.

a 2, 3

In case of a ditching, the cabin attendants will : 1. evacuate women and children

first. 2. have the passengers embark directly in the liferafts. 3. prevent passenger

movements which may impede the airplane's flotation ability. 4. ensure the

complete evacuation of the airplane. The combination regrouping all the correct

statements is:

B 2, 3, 4

c 1, 2, 3, 4

d 1, 4

An aircraft is flying in heavy rain. To carry out a safe approach, it is necessary to :

a carry out an approach with flaps up, in order to avoid exposing too much lifting surface to the rain

b reduce the approach speed, because the runway may be very slippery on landing

c maintain the normal approach speed up to landing

D increase its approach speed, because the rain affects the lift by deteriorating the boundary layer

a 2,3.

b 1,3.

C 1,4.

d 2,4.

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:

For aeroplanes having a seating capacity of more than 44 passengers, it must be

shown by actual demonstration that the maximum seating capacity, including the

required number of crew members, can be evacuated from the aeroplane to the

ground in :

A 90 seconds

b 132 seconds

c 120 seconds

d 60 seconds

Following a heavy mass landing on a short runway, you should check the :

a temperature of the hydraulic fluid.

B temperature of the brakes.

c pressure of the hydraulic fluid.

d pressure of the pneumatic tyres.

The correct definition of a safe forced landing is:

a an inevitable landing on land or sea from which one may reasonably expect no injuries on board

b a landing on land or sea from which it is guaranteed no injuries will result to the occupants

c a voluntary landing on land or sea carried out by the crew in order to protect the aircraft and its occupants

D an inevitable landing on land or sea from which one may reasonably expect no injuries on board or on the surface

A four-jet aircraft must be equipped with an in-flight fuel jettisoning system in order

to reduce the aircraft weight in an emergency :

a until the central tank is empty in order to cope with the wing and landing gear constraints at landing touchdown

b unless it is capable of meeting the climb requirements : 2.7% in approach configuration with 1 engine inoperative and 3.2% in landing configuration with all engines operative

c in order to reach the maximum structural landing weight in less than 15 minutes after activation of the jettisoning system

d in order to reduce the landing distance to 60% of the effective runway length

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

a under flight level 50 (FL50).

b in a holding stack, after control clearance.

C in a straight line and at a relatively high flight level.

d during final phase of approach.

In what period of time must a fuel jettisoning system be capable of jettisoning

sufficient fuel to meet the precise climb and discontinued approach requirements :

A 15 minutes

b 30 minutes

c 60 minutes

d 90 minutes

From the following list : 1. Fuel jettisoning system and its operation are free from

fire hazard 2. The fuel discharges clear of any part of the aeroplane 3. Fuel fumes

do not enter any part of the aeroplane 4. The jettisoning operation does not

adversely affect the controllability of the aeroplane. Which of the above are

requirements that must be shown to exist during fue

A 1,2,3 and 4

b 1,3 and 4

c 1 and 4

d 2 and 3

Who makes sure that the air transportation of an item of dangerous goods is not