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Posted on December 31, 2014 by Captain Ram


TEMPERATURE 1. Instrument storage room : 25 degree celcius 5degree celcius
2. Clean room : 20 degree 2degree celcius
3. Storage of Rubber parts : 50 degree fahrenhyt and 70 degree fahrenhyt
1.Instrument Storage room Not exceeding 70%
2.clean room : 35%-50% (in general humidity of not less than 40%) of rubber parts 65% _________________________________________________
1. Shelf life of instruments(other then gyro) -2 years
2. Total shelf life of Group A & B hoses 10 years from cure date of
3. rubber parts for hydraulic & pneumatic components 6 years from cure
date of manufacture __________________________________________________
1. Group A hoses 4 years which extend upto 6 years
2. group B hoses 6 years which extend upto 8 years
3. Maximum Service life of seals Not exceed 4 years
1. While importing the a/c ,operator should ensure the availability of
history card for all;

1. Hard time and on condition components

2. #Components irrespective maintenance requirements



3. Condition monitoring components
4. All the above
2. The operators must comply with the requirements relating to ETOPS in
the following circumstances; 1. Whenever flying abroad
2. Whenever flying over water beyond 120nm
3. #Whenever flying beyond a distance corresponding to 120 minutes
flying from an airport
4. All the above
3. MTCS, regarding alert values of components/system. It means;
1. Minimum deviation from the normal operating limit
2. Values are within the acceptable limit
3. #For reference only to indicate that corrective maintenance action
4. Its value is fixed in consultation with the experts of QC department
Q NO 4. An approval granted to the basic license holder to carry out transit
inspection may be renewed further provided the holder has exercised the
privileges for at least;
1. 06 months during the preceding 01 year.
2. 03 months during the preceding 06 months
3. #03 months during the preceding 01 year
4. 06 months during the preceding 01 year and have carried out at least 20
transit/layover checks
Q NO 5. Special inspection schedule in respect of a/c with maximum take of
mass above 5700kg, supposed to be approved by;
1. Concerned RAO/SRAO
2. DGCA hqrs
3. #QCM of the operator

4. Special inspection schedule Needs no approval

Q NO 6. Which of the following document is not required in case class III
aeronautical product to be imported in india?
1. AAT
2. #Statement of SB and AD complied with.
3. Compliance of FAR/JAR21
4. Both AAT and Compliance of FAR/JAR21
Q NO 7. Upon registration of a/c, the owner may apply to DGCA on form CA25 along with the requisite fee for the issuance of;
1. AOP
2. C of R
3. #C of A
Q NO 8. In case the a/c sustain damage outside india, the owner /operator
shall apply for special/ferry flight permit to;
1. #A/w office where the a/c is based
2. DGCA hqrs
3. A/w office where the a/c sustained damage
4. concerned RAO
Q NO 9. Authorisation will not be issued to a person incase an inspection
failure is recorded against him during the last;
1. 03 months
2. #06 months
3. 12 months
4. 24 months

Q NO 10. When an used a/c is imported in India, the operator bringing the
a/c shall submit the following information regarding program of

1. Previous check cycle

2. Future check cycle
3. Compliance with Indian mandatory modification
4. #All The Above
Q NO 11. When C of A of an Indian registered a/c has lapsed while
operating in foreign countries, then;
1. Short term C of A may be issued by DGCA to bring the a/c to the base
2. As in (1) & normal C of A renewal procedure will be affected of the
arrival at base station
3. #normal C of A procedure shall be carried to renew the C of A at foreign
destination where the a/c is grounded
4. Validity of earlier C of A may be extended till arrival of a/c in its base in
the country by the DGCA hqrs
Q NO 12. When any modification is carried out in an a/c , it is the
responsibility of concerned operator to intimate;
1. #Manufacturer
2. All AMEs
3. R & D of DGCA
4. None of these is correct but the regulatory authority of country of
Q NO 13. When an propeller is removed from an engine, entry for removal
of propeller shall be made in;
1. Engine log book only
2. Concerned engine & propeller log book
3. #As in (2) + a/c log book also
4. Propeller log book only, since propeller has its own log book
Q NO 14. In the absence of any specific guidance from the
manufacturer/overhauling agency, the shelf life of instruments (other than
gyro instruments) should not exceed;
1. 1 yr

2. #2 yr
3. 3 yr
4. 5 yr
Q NO 15. A helicopter with performance such that, in case of power unit
failure, at any point in the flight profile, a forced landing must be
performed, is called as;
1. Performance class 1 helicopter
2. Performance class 2 helicopter
3. #Performance class 3 helicopter

Q NO 16. Aeroplane equipped with QAR/PMR system should be capable of

storing the recorded data for at least last;
1. 30 minutes of operation
2. 30 hours of operation
3. 50 days of operation
4. #50 hours of operation
Q NO 17. A maintenance process in which deterioration of an item is
limited to acceptable level by the maintenance action, which are carried
out at periods related to time in service is called,
1. Condition monitoring
2. On condition
3. #Hard time
Q NO 18. A light aeroplane is defined as;
1. An aeroplane with AUW 3000 kg
2. An airplane which is using for training purpose
3. An aeroplane with AUW 3000 kg
4. An aeroplane with MTOW 5700kg or less
Q NO 19. The guidelines on refresher course and exemption thereof is
given in;

1. CAR series L
2. #AAC 8 of 2000
3. AAC 4 of 2008
Q NO 20. The operator can change the maintenance process of a
component from on condition to condition monitoring or vice versa, such a
program will have to be
1. Acceptable by manufacture
2. Approved by DGCA hqrs
3. #Approved by RAWO
Q NO 21. An increase in life of a/c component from initial life requires
approval from;
1. Manufacture
2. #DGCA
Q 22. MTCS;
1. Piston engine parameters shall be recorded every after 100 hours of
engine operation
2. #Alert value of every parameter of piston engine are not considered as
acceptance limits
3. DGCA hqrs shall be informed whenever alert values are reached or any
abnormal condition are observed in case of a piston engine