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QCAR Part – 66 MODULE -10



1. What is the National Aviation governing body for the State of Qatar?
a) Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA)
b) European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
c) Aviation Safety Agency (ASA)

2. ICAO became a specialized agency of the United Nations linked through,

a) United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
b) Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC)
c) International Air Transport Association

3. ICAO Assembly comprises of,

a) Representatives from all Contracting States
b) Representatives from 33 Contracting States
c) Representatives from Some Contracting States Selected by “The Council”

4. Which is the governing body of the ICAO with a working term of three-years
a) The Assembly
b) The Secretariat
c) The Council

5. Where are the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPS) issued by the ICAO could be
a) In the annexes of the JAR
b) In the annexes of the convention
c) In the airworthiness notices

6. ICAO Type I licenses holder is eligible to perform

a) Major maintenance of primary structure and components
b) Line maintenance functions
c) Minor maintenance of the aircraft and aircraft systems

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7. What issues are discussed under QCAR Part-66?

a) Certifying staff maintenance
b) Approved Maintenance training organization
c) Approved Maintenance organization

8. QCAA started to Qatarise the EASA requirements with,

a) EASA-145
b) EASA-147
c) EASA-66

9. Purpose of the Airworthiness Notices published by the QCAA is to,

a) Advice airline operators on service bulletins only
b) Circulating essential information of an administrative, airworthiness and/or technical
nature to
c) Circulating essential information on current technical developments in the aviation industry

10.What is the purpose of Certificate of Registration?

a) It identifies the type of aircraft and its owner
b) It indicates the nationality of the aircraft and its registration mark
c) It indicates all of the above

11.Personnel holding a valid type rated QCAR Part-66 aircraft maintenance license can be
granted with certifying authorization. This CRS authorization is granted by the,
a) QCAR Part-145 approved organization
b) QCAR Part-147 approved organization

12.What is designated by “Category B1”?

a) Line maintenance certifying technician – Mechanical
b) Line maintenance certifying technician – Avionics
c) Line/Base maintenance certifying Engineer – Mechanical

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13.Sub Category A3 & B1.3 refers to personnel qualified in,

a) Aero planes powered by piston engines
b) Helicopters powered by Turbine engines
c) Helicopters powered by Piston engines

14.Category C certifying staff authorization permits the holder to issue certificates of release to
a) Following Base Maintenance, & it is valid only for the mentioned maintenance task
b) Following Line Maintenance & it is valid for the aircraft in its entirety
c) Following Base Maintenance & it is valid for the aircraft in its entirety

15.Select the correct statement.

a) If Part - 66 License is invalid an authorized person can not issue a CRS
b) With the CRS authorization invalid, automatically the Part – 66 licenses becomes invalid too
c) Even with the Part - 66 License is invalid, an authorized person can issue a CRS, but conditions

16.What is the minimum age to apply for the QCAR – 145 authorisation?
a) 18 years
b) 21 years*
c) 25 years

17.What is meant by “Level 1” with regard to basic training standerds?

a) A general understanding of the principle elements of a subject
b) A general understanding of the principle elements of a subject and application of that knowledge
c) Having a detailed understanding of all the knowledge based elements and practical aspects
relating to the subject

18.What is the practical experience requirement to obtain QCAR Part-66 basic license for a
person without a QCAR Part-147 approved course for categories A or B?
a) 1 year or 2 years; respectively
b) 2 year or 3 years; respectively
c) 3 year or 5 years; respectively

19.The minimum civil aircraft maintenance experience required for category C is three years
a) He/She was working as category A, B1 or B2 certifying staff for that period
b) He/She was working as category B1 or B2 certifying staff for that period
c) He/she holds an academic degree

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20.The alteration of an aircraft and/or aircraft component in conformity with an approved

standard is known as a
a) Variation
b) Approved Alteration
c) Modification

21.When applying for QCAR Part-145 authorization the application must be completed and
signed by the,
a) The Accountable Manager only*
b) The Accountable Manager or his nominee only
c) The Accountable Manager or the General Manager of the organization only

22.Which of the following statement is true regarding the quality compliance monitoring staff
under QCAR Part-145?
a) They should remain independent of “production” at all times
b) They can be a part of production but should be independent when performing quality assurance
c) They can remain a part of production in case of shortage of staff

23.To assist in assessing the competence of personnel involved in maintenance,

a) Job descriptions are essential
b) They should be examined on their knowledge frequently*
c) It is not necessary to establish the competence of personal in maintenance

24.What are the elements that should be discussed in continuation training?

a) Should cover changes in organization procedures including a level III refresher course*
b) Should cover changes in organization procedures and changes in the standard of
aircrafts maintained
c) Should cover changes new technical developments on the aircrafts maintained

25.Which statement is true regarding the MMEL and the MEL?

a) MMEL is prepared by the operator based on the MEL, and is more restrictive than the MEL
b) MEL is prepared by the manufacturer and approved by QCAA
c) MEL is approved by the QCAA and should not be less restrictive than the MMEL

26.For a MEL category B defect,

a) Rectification interval is 10 days and it could be extended twice by same number of days
b) Rectification interval is 3 days and it could be extended twice by the QCAA
c) Rectification interval is 3 days and extension is granted upon the discretion of the quality

27.In a QCAR Ops1 organisation there can be two quality managers one for maintenance and
one for operations. Which of the following statement is true?
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a) Accountable manager could hold one of the positions. Other one should be independent
b) Operations quality manager should report to the accountable manage through the maintenance
quality manager
c) Management should ensure that the Quality System is applied uniformly throughout the entire

28.Authorisation for an aircraft to operate under reduced vertical separation rules is granted
a) The QCAA
b) By EASA
c) By the manufacturer

29.What is the interval for weighing the aircraft for mass & balance recording when individual
aircraft mass is used?
a) Every 3 years
b) Every 4 years
c) Every 5 years

30.Which statement below is true regarding the QCAR Part-47

a) It is the annex of QCAR No 1001 of 2006
b) It deals with aircraft registration and repeals the previous QCAR Part-8
c) It deals with civil aircraft airworthiness and repeals the previous QCAR Part-70
31.Airworthiness directives are issued by the
a) Qatar Civil Aviation Authority
b) Authority of the state of aircraft design
c) By the aircraft manufacturer through the authority

32.If the Certificate of registration becomes invalid for a specific reason,

a) The holder should fill the reverse side and submit it to the authority
b) The holder should destroy it
c) It should remain with the aircraft until the authority revalidates it

33.How long is the validity of the type certificate?

a) Five years
b) One year
c) No duration

34.When will the noise certificate will not become invalid?

a) If the certificate if airworthiness becomes invalid*
b) If the certificate of registration becomes invalid
c) If the Type certificate becomes invalid

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35.If a mistake was made in the airworthiness records, how can it be corrected?
a) It cannot be corrected. A new page must be used.
b) With use of correction fluid
c) In a manner so that the initial entry is visible*

36.Identified condition of an aircraft or a component that hazards seriously the flight safety, the
Part-M organisation must report it to the,
a) National Authority*
b) Organization responsible for the type design or supplemental type design
c) All of the above

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37.When a Part-145 organisation is contracted by the Part-M organisation to carry out it’s
continued airworthiness tasks, the responsibility for these tasks is with the,
a) Part-M organisation*
b) Part-145 organisation
c) The type certificate holder

38.For an Airworthiness review staff which of the following is not considered as a requirement?
a) Authority to issue Certificate of release to service*
b) An appropriate Part-66 license or an aeronautical degree or equivalent
c) Position within the approved organization with responsibilities

39.For an aircraft which in a controlled environment and managed by a continuing

airworthiness management organisation, Airworthiness review certificate can be extended
a) Twice for a period of two years each time
b) Twice for a period of one year each time*
c) Once for period of two years

40.Who issues the Mandatory Service Bulletins?(Manufacturer)

a) Type certificate holder
b) Qatar Civil Aviation Authority
c) QCAR Ops1 approved organisation



Explain the purpose of QCAR Part-145 and how an applying to be approved under
this part should comply with it.

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