A The shipper when completing the shipper's declaration for dangerous goods.

b The captain, always using the list of prohibited aircraft items.

c The operator.

d It is not specified.





Products or materials are considered to be dangerous goods if the products or

materials in question are defined as such by:


a The directives of the Community Union.

b The UNO document entitled "Dangerous Goods Regulations".

c The ICAO document entitled "Technical Instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air".

d The IATA document entitled "Regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods by air".



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


A the shipper.

b the operator.

c the captain.

d the handling agent.



A list of dangerous goods, which may not be transported by air, can be found in :


a the shipper's declaration for dangerous goods.

b Annex 18 to the Chicago convention.

c Annex 6 to the Chicago Convention.

D the technical instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods by air.



ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Appendix 18 is a document dealing

with :


a the technical operational use of aircraft

b the air transport of live animals

c the noise pollution of aircraft

D the safety of the air transport of hazardous materials



The information concerning dangerous products that passengers may carry, are

listed in the :


a JAR-OPS documentation.

b aircraft's flight manual.

c IATA document "Dangerous products transportation".

d ICAO document named "Technical safety instructions for the air transportation of dangerous products"



A passenger is allowed to carry match-boxes: 1. on himself/herself 2. in his/her

hand luggage 3. in his/her checked luggage The combination regrouping all the

correct statements is:


a 1, 2, 3

B 1

c 1, 2

d 2, 3



In the hazardous materials transportation act, the freight compliance with the

regulatory arrangements is the responsibility of the :


A sender.

b captain.

c station manager.

d aerodrome manager.




In addition to the languages required by the State of Origin, what language should

be set for the markings related to dang erous goods :


a English, French or Spanish

b French

c Spanish

D English



From the following list : 1. Fire extinguishers 2. Portable oxygen supplies 3. First-

aid kits 4. Passenger meals 5. Alcoholic beverages Which are classed as

Dangerous Goods that are required to be on the aeroplane in accordance with

relevant JAR's for operating reasons :


a 1,2 and 5 only

B 1,2 and 3 only

c 3,4 and 5 only

d 2,3 and 4 only



In compliance with the JAR OPS, in order to carry hazardous materials on board a

public transport airplane, they must be accompanied with a :


A transport document for hazardous materials.

b representative of the company owning the materials.

c specialized handling employee.

d system to warn the crew in case of a leak or of an abnormal increase in temperature.



The general information, instructions and recommendations on the transport of

hazardous materials are specified in the :


A operation manual.

b flight manual.

c AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication).

d air carrier certificate.



The authorization for the transport of hazardous materials is specified on the:


a airworthiness certificate.

b registration certificate.

C air carrier certificate.

d insurance certificate.



Carriage of dangerous goods is allowed, provided that:


a no passenger is carried on the same flight

b national aviation administration permission has been granted

c government permission has been granted

D the airline complies with the Technical Instructions



The presence of dynamic hydroplaning depends primarily on the :


a aircraft's weight.




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