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S E R I E S A 1. Which of the following statement is true a) Every Indian registered aircraft is required to possess a current and valid C of A b) C of A is necessary even if the aircraft is flown in the vicinity of departing aerodrome for the purpose of test for renewal of C of A c) It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to ensure that the aircraft has a valid C of A d) It is the responsibility of DGCA to see that an aircraft has a valid C of A 2. To maintain the aircraft in an airworthy condition, it shall be necessary to a) Carryout periodical inspections an approved by DGCA b) Replace lifed components at intervals approved by DGCA c) Carryout repair/modifications as required by DGCA d) All of the above 3. Who is responsible for maintaining the C of A of an aircraft current & valid a) Manufacturer b) DGCA c) Ministry of civil aviation d) Aircraft operator 4. CAR is issued under the provision of a) Rule 60 (2) of aircraft rules 1937 b) Rule 133 A of aircraft rules 1937 c) Rule 133 B of aircraft rules 1937 d) Rule 133 C of aircraft rules 1937 5. Why is harmonization of CAR required with other airworthiness regulatory authorities like JAA/FAA etc? a) For easy exchange of products among various countries b) For easy exchange of services among various countries c) Both A & B d) None 6. Whenever there is a major change in CAR a) CAR will be revised in its entirety b) Old CAR should be discarded c) A drafts CAR will be circulated to the operators for their comments d) All true Who is responsible to procure the copy of amendments to CAR? a) Owner b) Operatorc) Owner / Operator d) None of the above 7. The objectives of airworthiness authority is to ensure a) Design levels of reliability and operating safety b) Promulgation and enforcement of highest achievable standards of airworthiness c) Safety of civil registered aircraft d) All above 8. The maintenance process related to the time in service is called a) Condition monitoring b) Hard time maintenance c) Preventive maintenance d) On condition maintenance 9. On condition maintenance is a) Accomplishment of repetitive visual inspections etc.to determine the continued serviceability of aircraft and aircraft components b) Requiring assembly inspection of aircraft and aircraft components at fixed periods c) Process for locating and resolving problem area through analytical study of malfunctions d) None of these 10. No. of engine hours= a) No. of airframe hours X no.of aircrafts in the fleet b) No. of airframe hours X no. of engines installed on that type of aircraft c) No. of engines in the fleet X total no. of aircraft of all types with the operator d) None of these 11. All operators are required to submit which of the following data periodically to RAWO/sub-RAWO a) No. of emergency landings effected during the period b) Total no. of hours flown on each type of aircraft in the fleet c) Dispatch reliability as per applicability d) All of the above

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Mark the correct sentence a) Private operators should furnish IFSO rate to RAWO/Sub-RAWO every 3 months b) Private operators should furnish data regarding dispatch reliability every 6 months c) Scheduled operators should furnish data regarding emergency landings to RAWO/Sub RAWO every month d) Non-scheduled operators & training aircraft operators would furnish information regarding dispatch reliability every 3 months to RAWO/Sub RAWO Any adverse trend in maintenance standard of an operator will result in a) RAWO suggesting additional preventive maintenance b) RAWO suggesting varying the frequency of existing preventive maintenance c) Incorporation of modifications on mandatory basis d) All of the above The aim of safety oversight airworthiness programme is to a) Prevent operators from maintaining the airworthiness standards at a level above the level required by regulations b) Detect the strengths in the engineering activities of the operators c) To take corrective actions in time before they become a potential safety hazard d) All the above Mark the correct sentence a) All public tpt. aircrafts shall be maintained by approved organizations b) All work done by an approved organization will be regulated by an approved QCM c) RAWO/Sub RAWO carry out surveillance checks to ensure that the laid down standards are enforced d) All true Which statutory document is used by DGCA to ensure airworthiness and safety oversight a) Quality control manual b) Aircraft maintenance manual c) Civil aviation requirements d) All of the above Rule____________ Requires that an operator shall have access to an adequate to organization for maintenance of aircraft a) Rule 133 B b) Rule 134 c) Rule 140 d) Rule 155 A Mark the correct statement a) Rule 140 stipulates that all operators shall have access to an adequate organization for maintenance of aircraft b) Rule 155 A specifies the condition for obtaining air operator permit c) Rule 133 B specifies the conditions for approval of an organization d) All above Rule_______ requires that all aircrafts to be operated in India needs to be registered a) Rule 5 b) Rule 40 c) Rule 61 d) Rule 62 Rule 30 of aircraft rules 1937 deals with a) Type certificate b) Registration c) Issue of CAR d) Airworthiness The nationality & regn. marking shall be painted on the Indian regd aircraft this is enforced by a) Rule 62 b) Rule 134 c) Rule 37 d) Rule 48 Rule 49 of aircraft rules 1937 deals with a) Type certificate b) Registration c) Issue of CAR d) Airworthiness Airworthiness regulatory authority of USA a) CAA b) DGCA c) FAA d) JAA Issue or revalidation of C of A is dealt is a) Rule 37 b) Rule 15 c) Rule 5 d) Rule 50 Rule 55 of aircraft rules 1937 deals with a) Issue of type certificate b) Issue, revalidation & suspension of AME license c) Suspension of C of A d) Suspension of C of R To ensure that the operator has continued ability to conduct engineering functions commensurate with the scope of approval

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a) DGCA will conduct frequent surveillance checks b) The quality control department will conduct frequent audit c) QC department will submit audit report to the RAWO d) All of the above Rule 60 of aircraft rules 1937 deal with a) Licensing of AMEs b) Maintenance standards & certification c) Defects and defective parts d) Weight and balance The quality control department shall have dedicated cells for a) Reliability analysis b) Engine performance monitoring c) Component life control d) All above The quality control depts. Duties shall include to ensure a) That all catering items bought are of good quality and from DGCA approved sources. b) That all passengers in the aircraft have proper authority to travel. c) That all vendors hold DGCA approval d) None of the above. Situations indicating negative trends in maintenance standards of an operator include a) Improvements in MEL items & length of time they remain deferred b) Dispatch reliability status c) Decrease in no. of passengers traveled d) None of the above Repeat pilot reports mean a) Improved system reliability b) Decreased system reliability c) Pilot to be awarded for him alertness d) None Mark the wrong statement a) Arresting the negative trends in the maintenance program is the responsibility of QC department b) The QC department shall maintain record of all AME/approved/authorized persons c) The pilot in command will ensure that deferred maintenance (MEL) are attended to at the first opportunity d) All the above are true Airworthiness performance monitoring is done through a) Day to day monitoring b) By employing more qualified people c) By providing more inspectors in QC department d) All above Emergency responding airworthiness performance monitoring system include identifying a) IFSD b) Uncontained engine failure c) Depressurization d) All above Source of data used for airworthiness performance monitoring are a) Mechanical reliability report b) Pilot reports compiled ATA code wise c) Strip reports d) All above with MEL items Rule 61 of aircraft rule 1937 deals with a) Fees for AME licence b) Maintenance standards and certification c) Licensing of AMEs d) All above Rule 54 of aircraft rules 1937 deals with a) Maintenance standards and certification b) Persons authorized to certify c) Licensing of AMEs d) Flight manual Mark the incorrect sentence a) Any foreign AME employed should pass an oral check with DGCA b) An AME employed from other airlines should pass an oral check with DGCA before certifying A/C c) Any foreign AME employed should get security clearance from home ministry & external affairs ministry through his embassy d) Foreign AME employed should know Indian rules and regulations, CARs and quality control manual If AME has not performed the work in careful and competent manner or has signed for work for which he is not licensed a) He will be warned by QCM b) His license will be suspended/cancelled/endorsed

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He will be warned by DGCA and the work he has done will be checked by another licensed AME and certified d) None of the above Cancellation/suspension/endorsement of license/authorization/approval is dealt in a) Rule 60 b) Rule 61 c) Rule 5 d) Rule 64 Mark the wrong sentence a) QC department shall maintain mandatory modification list up to date b) A master copy of approved maintenance schedule special inspection schedules shall be kept in QC department c) All manuals shall be kept up to date by the QC department d) None Mark the correct sentence a) Operator shall make arrangement with others approved organizations for replay of CVR b) For read out of FDR/DFDR operator should have own facilities or make arrangements with other approved organizations which shall be acceptable to DGCA c) The oversight of airworthiness functions is the responsibility of DGCA only d) All of the above For serious lapses in airworthiness maintenance program and in airworthiness performance monitoring program the punitive action will be initiated by a) QCM b) RAWO b) DAW (HQs) d) Officer in charge RAWO/sub-RAWO Which of the following is airworthiness performance data a) Routine maintenance b) Scheduled inspection c) Service bulletins d) Pilot report compiled ATA codewise Engine performance monitoring and components life control is the function of a) QC department b) Flight safety department c) RAWO d) Both A & B Whenever a new inspection items or routine functional check of any component is introduced a) It should be included in the training programs b) Included in relevant maintenance schedule c) It should be additionally carried out as per SB d) As in A so that it can be carried out at required periodicity Before establishing a new night halt station the following is manadatory a) The operator shall inspect the facilities there and give a certificates to that effect to RAWO b) RAWO shall inspect and satisfy with regard to facilities c) As in A by QCM d) None Review of implementation of AW regulations & over sight program shall be carried out by a) RAWO b) DGCA HQs c) Jointly with operators and AMO d) RMU in QC department Dispatch reliability is the percentage ratio between a) No. of services delayed for more than 15 minutes on accent of engineering defects per 100 lbs b) No. of services which were delayed for more than 15 minutes on account of engineering defects per no. of scheduled services during the period c) No. of services which were dispatched on time per 1000 hrs d) No. of services which were dispatched time per no. of scheduled service during the period Safety oversight program is a requirement as contained in a) ICAO annexes 10 b) ICAO annex 6 c) ICAO annex 16 d) None The maintenance planning document is issued by a) DGCA HQs b) RAWO where operator is located c) FAA/JAA d) None of these In house audit of an organization can be carried out: a) 80 days prior to expiry of the validity of approval b) 45 days prior to expiry of the validity of approval c) 90 days prior to expiry of the validity of approval d) 61 days prior to expiry of the validity of approval Maintenance planning document is issued by: a) DGCA b) FAA c) JAA d) None

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Employment of foreign AME by Indian operator is subject to a) Security clearance through DGCA b) Oral check by DGCA c) (1) and (2) are correct d) None The frequency, scope and contents of periodical inspections may be altered a) In a manner as approved by Manufacturer b) Shall not be altered c) As in (b) except in a manner as approved by DGCA d) With the approval of RAWO The following is responsible to report all defects encountered during the flight a)QCM b) Manufacturer c) RAWO d) Owner / Operator Promulgation and implementation of CAR is: a) To meet the obligation of contracting state b) To Harmonize requirements with other regulating authorities like FAA, JAA & CAA c) To specify the detailed requirements for compliance and effective monitoring d) All the above Date of issue along the date of affectivity of CAR part is available in a)First page of CAR Part b) The revision notice c)All pages of CAR Part d) All the above Insitu / Bench test of aircraft / aircraft component with out having to dismantle them completely is: a) Hard time maintenance b) Condition monitoring c) On condition Maintenance d) All the above Adequacy and observance of standards by various operators/ organizations are reflected in: a) Defects and incidents resulting in emergency loading b) Accidents encountered during operation of aircraft c) Both the above d) None of the above The following information will give the parameters called dispatch reliability a) No. of hours flown during the period under review b) No. of service cancelled/delayed - more than 15 min. because of engg. defects c) No. of services planned and no. of services cancelled / delayed for more than 15 min. because of engg. Defects. d) a and b above The parameters called dispatch reliability is furnished to RAWO a)Every Month b) Every 3 Months c) Every Six Months d) Every Six Months by schedule operator The following are the recommendations to check negative trends of an operator: a) Investigation of defects b) Additional preventive maintenance c) Varying the frequency of maintenance and / or varying the process of maintenance d) As in (B) & (C) and also modifications and review of qualifications, experience of certifying personnel Mark the in-correct statement a) All maintenance work on aircraft engaged in public transport operation shall be performed by approved organization b) All work performed by approved organization shall be regulated by QC organization c) The CAR is issued under the provision of Aircraft act 133 A of 1934 d) The Airworthiness oversight and safety regulation are applicable to schedule operator No person shall operate any air transport service in India without a) Adequate maintenance support b) Obtaining necessary permit c) Satisfying DGCA that his maintenance support organization are to a satisfactory standard d) All the above Eligibility for issue of Indian C of A a) Shall confirm to type design b) Shall be in a condition for safe operation c) Both (A) and (B) are correct d) None

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Operator can base his maintenance programme on: a)Manufacturer MPD b) DGCAs M.P.D c) Manufacturers M.P.D or any DGCA approved programme d) Any maintenance programme suitable for maintenance and safe operation Investigation of delay, defect and engineering incident is the function of a) DGCAs Airworthiness directorate b) QC organization c) DGCA Head Quarters d) Manufacturer Who is responsible for compliance of SBs and modifications? a)Operatorb) RAWO c) Manufacturer d) Regulating authority of Manufacturer Which of the following is not part of airworthiness performance monitoring system? a)Day to day monitoring b) Emergency responding c)Reliability analysis d) Long terms monitoring AME Licenses are issued in various categories as per a)Rule 61/1937 b) Rule 140 of 1937 c) Rule 133B of 1937 d) Rule 49 of 1937 Security clearance for foreign AME Shall be obtained by: a)DGA b) Operatorc) Operator through DGA d) Through individual AME Foreign AME will not be authorized to certify the aircraft unless: a) Pass oral check by QCM b) Pass oral check conducted in terms of AIC 17 of 1994 c) Security clearance is obtained through DGCA d) B and C are correct Airworthiness advisory circulars are issued by a) Manufacturers b) RAWO c) QCM d) DGCA Mark the correct statement in respect of a civil aircraft a) Aircraft owned by state government and operated within the vicinity of departing aerodrome need not possess the valid C of A b) Need not hold valid C of A provided aircraft is operated without any passenger or pay load c) Need not hold valid C of A provided the aircraft is test flown with in the vicinity of departing aerodrome d) Both A and B answers are correct In case owner of the aircraft has leased the aircraft to an operator a) Both owner and the operator are responsible to maintain the aircraft with current and valid C of A before it is flown b) It is the responsibility of the operator to maintain the aircraft in current and valid C of A before it is flown c) As in (B) unless a general /specific permission to the contrary has been obtained from DGCA d) None of the above is correct Aircraft is considered airworthy provided a) Periodic inspections as approved by the appropriately licensed AME are carried out b) All periodic inspections including repairs / modifications as approved by Managing Director of Airlines c) As in (B) but approved by DGCA d) Fuselage repairs as approved by structural engineer of airlines are carried out Issue of CAR is as detailed below a) Issued by DGCA b) Issued by DGCA with the permission Civil Aviation Ministry c) Issued by DGCA under provision of Rule 133A of the aircraft Rule 1934 d) Issued by the DGCA but under Rule 133A of aircraft Rule 1937 Emergency landing means a) Over weight a heavy landing by over shooting the runway b) Aircraft bogging down after under shooting the runway during landing phase c) Emergency escape slides are deployed during landing phase d) It is an un-internal landing because of failure o malfunction of an aircraft component or system Condition monitoring means a) When the aircraft components are kept in temperature controlled air-conditioned room b) Monitoring by accomplishing periodic inspections by removing testing the component in laboratory c) Concept for locating and resolving problem areas through analytical study of malfunctions a failure, not affecting safety d) Inspection of components at fixed periods

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Dispatch reliability does not include a) In flight shut down rate (IFSD /1000 Hrs) b) Engineering delays of 15 minutes duration c) Aircraft grounding time in a month d) All above are correct 25. Private operators should submit information related to accidents/emergency landings etc. to DGCA at periods mentioned below: a) At every 180 days b) at every 6 months c) At every one month is acceptable d) Both A and B are correct 26. ON CONDITION maintenance concepts is accomplished by a) Visual inspections or bench test / in situ etc. b) Subjecting the component by overhauling at fixed intervals c) Reversing condition monitoring d) No such concept exists in aviation industry 27. CARs are issued for information guidance and compliance under the provision of a) Rule 133 A of aircraft Rules b) Section 5A of aircraft Act, 1934 c) Aimed to implement the standards and recommended practices laid down in the ICAO annexes 1, 6 and 8 d) All above correct 28. To quality for type certificate of aircraft a) Should confirm to Rule 49 of aircraft rules 1937 b) Comply with CAR section 2 series F part II and manufactured in India shall be type certificated by parliament c) Aircraft imported from Australia should be type certificate by Australia acceptable to DGCA d) All the above are correct 29. Mark the correct statement a) If AME Joins another operator, he should familiarize with QC manual & differences in aircraft b) As in (a) and he should pass specific aircraft written paper conducted by DGCA c) As in (a) and should pass an oral check by DGCA d) Operator should obtain security clearance for the Indian AME migrated from previous operator OR as in A and C 30. When any foreign AME employed a) AME should be given familiarization course on operators hanger b) AME should be cleared from required security through DGCA c) AME should pass written test conducted by QC Manager in association local DGCA d) All above are wrong 1. To maintain the aircraft in airworthy condition responsibility rests on a) The owner of the aircraft b) DGCA approved QCM c) Engineering Manager d) Chief Engineer 2. To maintain aircraft in airworthy condition subject it to a) Periodical inspections as approved by DGCA b) Replace lifed components at intervals approved by DGCA c) Carryout repair / modifications as required by DGCA d) All above under approved maintenance programme 3. Procedure for issue of CAR revision etc. a) Series A Part-III Rule 133A of aircraft Rules 1937 b) Series A Part-IV Rule 133A of aircraft Rules 1938 c) Series A Part-I Rule 133A of aircraft Rules 1937 d) Series A Part-II Rule 133A of aircraft Rules 1937 4. Definition of emergency landing a) Landing due to metrological conditions b) Landing due to fuel starvation c) Landing due to failure / malfunctioning of aircraft component / system d) Landing as in c) malfunctioning and failure of operating crew 5. On condition maintenance a) Visual inspection b) Physical measurement c) As A&B insitu /Bench Check d) Dismantle the components completely before critical stage 6. Condition Monitoring a) Study of Hard time maintenance b) Study of on condition maintenance c) Study of failure and malfunctions d) All above

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All operators should submit the following information a) Number of emergency landing during the period under review and number of hours flown on each type of aircraft per 1000 hrs. b) Notifiable accidents and total number of hours flown on each type of aircraft in the fleet / 1000 hrs. c) Total number of in flight shut down and total number of hours flown for each engine in the fleet / 1000 hours during review period d) As above & mechanical delays of more than 15 minutes due to maint. action. The IFSD rate, emergency landing/1000 hrs etc. to be submitted to DGCA a) Private operators 3 months, scheduled operators six months, and non schedule operators every month b) Schedule operators 3 months, Private operators six months, non-schedule operators every month c) Schedule operators in 3 months, private operators 6 months, non-schedule operators 1 year d) Private operators 6 months, non schedule operators 3 months, and schedule operators one month The safety over sight airworthiness programme is aimed a) To detect weakness in the engineering activities of the operator, maintenance of ground handling equipment etc b) To detect weakness in the aircraft maintenance programme before they become a potential hazard c) Safety and airworthiness regulations over view through aircraft act 1934, aeronautical information publication (AIP), CARs, Aeronautical information circulars (AIC) a) All correct Mark the incorrect answer a) Adequate maintenance organization Rule 155A b) Approval of organization 133B c) Flight release certificate 134 d) Procedure for registration Rule 30 Aircraft type certificate acceptance a) Aircraft manufactured in India or elsewhere shall conform to type design and will be in condition for safe operation- rule 49 Act 37 b) Series F Part-II Aircraft designed and manufactured in India shall be type certified by DGCA c) Type design under regulations of federal aviation administrator (FAA) d) All as above and European airworthiness consortium (JAA) acceptable to DGCA C of A mark correct statement a) No aircraft shall be flown under rule 15 of 1937 with out current C of A b) No aircraft registered in India shall be flown it has a current valid C of A issued under rule of 50 of 1937 c) Unless it is flown for the purpose of flight test for C of A renewal in the close vicinity of the departing aerodrome d) All are correct Approved organ. must document its maintenance programme based on a) Engineering organization manualb) Quality control Manual c) Maintenance Manual d) maint. planning document (MPD) Negative trends in aircraft maintenance programme a) Aircraft delays, premature removal rates, engine shut down rates, short term escalation, deferred maintenance, repeat pilot report b) Unapproved maintenance practices c) In adequate training of maintenance personal, and also ignorance d) All Correct Airworthiness performance monitoring systems function a) Emergency responding like IFSD, engine failures, depressurization b) Day to day monitoring scheduled operators shall conduct daily meetings c) Long term monitoring include appropriate means of reporting and accounting operational and airworthiness data at specified intervals d) All correct Operator employing foreign AMEs a) Security clearance through DGCA before scheduled for work b) Familiarization about Indian rules and regulations c) AME has to pass an oral check by DGCA Board in accordance with act 17 of 94 d) As above, the AME qualified there by is only authorized to certify the aircraft Revoke of licenses / approvals a) Rule 61 of 37 b) 7 of 37 c) 50 of 37 d) 10 of 37 Implementation of airworthiness over sight programme a) Series A Part-II b) Series B-Part-I c) Series A-Part-IV d) Series A Part-VI

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