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  1. Minimum Height and conditions A/P may be engaged in the climb?
    Not Below 400ft, or before Flaps have been retracted
  2. Below what point must the AP be disengaged in a Visual and Intrument Approach?
    Visual - Below 800ft AGL

    Instrument - Below MDA or DA
  3. Min Fuel requirements?
    IFR (With Alternate & Without)
    • VFR - Dest+ 400lbs
    • IFR With Alt - Dest + Fuel to Alt + 300lbs
    • IFR Without Alt - Dest + 600lbs
  4. Strobe light shall be turned off when?
    Exiting Active Runway at Controlled aerodrome

    After Engine Shutdown at remote or uncontrolled Airfields
  5. Strobe light shall be turned on when?
    Entering Active Runway at Controlled aerodrome

    Anytime Engine is running at remote or uncontrolled Airfields
  6. Max Rate of Climb and Decent with Pax?
    Max Climb - 800fpm

    Max Decent - 700fpm or 900fpm in an instrument approach
  7. Holding Configuration and minimum Speed?
    Clean config at minimum 100kts
  8. Cat A Approach speeds
    Range for Initial Approach?
    Range for Final Approach?
    Range over Threshold?
    Circling Speed max?
    • Initial 90 -150kias (110*)
    • Final 70 - 100kias
    • Threshold <90kias
    • Circling Max 100kias
  9. Minimums to Set for ILS, non precision, and reduced Viz visual approach?
    • MDA
    • MSA + 50ft
    • 500ft AGL
  10. When intercepting GS from above, what VS rate is set and by what height in IMC must it be captured for appraoch to continue?
    Set 900fpm decent

    GS must be intercepted by 1000ft AGL
  11. What does CANPA stand for?
    Constant Angle Non Precision Approach
  12. In case of wind gusts, what conpensation should be made to approach speed?
    Add 50% of wind gust speed to Vref, up not exceeding 15kias
  13. Difference in action between "Caution Terrain" and "Terrain Pull Up" Messages
    Turn left or right while climbing at 72kias

    Wings Level while climbing at 72kias
  14. Floor loading limits of Cargo Pod and Cabin ?
    30lbs and 200lbs per sq/ft respectivley
  15. Events requiring Mandatory Special Inspection (7)
    • Hard Landing
    • Lightning Strike
    • Prop Strike or Sudden Engine Stoppage
    • Bird / Animal Strike
    • Severe Turbulence
    • Exceeding Operational Limits
    • An ETM PREV EXCEED cas message
  16. Events requiring Mandatory Safety Report (8)
    • Diversion
    • Landing under 400lbs
    • Go Around / Missed approach
    • Aborted T/O or landing due to runway incursion
    • TAWS warning in flight
    • Bird Strike
    • Break dwon in CRM/SOPs
    • Captain you must listen
  17. Maximum Duty Time (Defined)

    Minimum rest time?
    12 Hours Duty (30mins before Departure - 15mins after shutdown)

    9 Hours Rest
  18. Can Duty Time be extended and by how much?
    Up to 3 Hour extension provided same amount of time is added to rest period, and both pilots are of the opinion that saftey is not compromised, and a full report is written by the PIC
  19. Flight Time limitations (2 Crew) over periods - 24hrs, 7 Days, and 30 Days, 90days, 1 year
    • 9 hours
    • 40 Hours
    • 100 Hours
    • 300 Hours,
    • 1050 Hours
  20. VFR Minimums 1200ft or less above Surface
    3 nm Viz

    • Vertical Sep 500ft Below, 1000ft above Cloud
    • Horizontal Sep - 2000ft from Cloud
  21. VFR Minimums at or above 1200ft from Surface
    5 nm Viz

    Vertical Sep 1000ft Below, 1000ft above Cloud

    Horizontal Sep - 1nm from Cloud
  22. What does MORA stand for and what clearance does it give
    Minimum Off Route Altitude

    • Within 10nm of published IFR Track
    • 1000ft clearance of Terrain upto 6000ft high
    • 2000ft Clearance of Higher Terrain
  23. What does MEA stand for and what Clearance does it give
    Minimum Enroute Altitude

    1000ft or 2000ft over mountainous terrain
  24. What does MSA stand for and what Clearance does it give
    Minimum Safe Altitude

    25nm Radius - 1000ft Clearance
  25. Starting: After moving the starter switch to START postion, what sequence do yo look for?
    • 1. Starter Energized
    • 2. Ignition On
    • 3. Oil Pressure Rising
    • 4. Ng Stable (minimum 12%)
    • 5. Action: Fuel Condition Lever – Low Idle
    • 6. Fuel Flow 80-140
    • 7. Lightoff
    • 8. Stable 52% Ng
  26. Manual Electric Pitch Trim (MEPT) Test Sequence
    Put both sides of trim switch up and down and check correct movement of wheel, tab, and interupt with AP DISC switch

    Get Co-Pilot to trim up and down and check override with Captains side

    Reset Trim for Takeoff

  27. Prop Governor Test Sequence
    • Set Prop Lever to Max
    • Press and Hold Governor test switch
    • Advance power lever, stable 1750 +/- 50 Rpm
    • Power Lever Idle
    • Release Test Switch
  28. Max Torque for all situations except Transient
    1865 ft/lbs

  29. Max Takeoff ITT
    805 degrees
  30. Max Ng for all situations except idle and transient
    101.6 %
  31. Max Takeoff Propellor RPM
    1900 rpm
  32. Oil Pressure upper and lower limits for all power settings except idle.
    Lower limit at idle
    • 85-105 psi
    • &
    • 40 psi
  33. Takeoff Oil Temp limitations
    10 - 99 degrees
  34. Max Shaft Horse Power under all conditions
    675 shp
  35. Oil Temp limits in

    Climb, Cruise, & Reverse
    0 - 99 degrees
  36. Oil Temp limits at Idle
    minus -40 to 99 degrees
  37. Min Oil temp at start
    -40 degrees
  38. Max continuous Oil Temp limits
    10 - 99 degrees
  39. Max Prop RPM in the climb
    1900 rpm
  40. Max Prop RPM in the cruise
    1900 rpm
  41. Max Prop RPM in Reverse
    1825 rpm
  42. Max Transient Prop RPM
    2090 rpm
  43. Max Continuous Prop RPM
    1900 rpm
  44. Min Idle Ng
    52 %
  45. Max Transient Ng
    102.6 %
  46. Max ITT in the Climb
    765 degrees (740)
  47. Max ITT in the cruise
    740 degrees (700)
  48. Max ITT at Idle
    685 degrees
  49. Max ITT in Reverse
    805 degrees
  50. Max Transient ITT
    850 degrees
  51. Max ITT during Start
    1090 degrees
  52. Max Continuous ITT
    805 degrees
  53. Max Transient Torque
    2400 ft/lbs
  54. Does Oil pressure below 85 PSI in flight always requires immediate action?
  55. Oil pressure below (How many) PSI is unacceptable and requires either an engine shut down or immediate landing with minimal power usage
    40 psi
  56. Full 675 SHP is only available above at and above ?? RPM
    1800 rpm
  57. Reverse power is limited to what length of time?
    1 minute
  58. ITT above 765 degrees Celsius, is limited to what length of time?
    5 mins
  59. Maximum transient torque is limited to what length of time?
    20 secs
  60. Maximum transient ITT is limited to what length of time?
    2 sec
  61. Maximum Transient NG is limited to what length of time?
    2 sec
  62. Max ITT is limited to what length of time?
    2 sec
  63. If ITT exceeds limits for idle, what can be done to bring it within limits?
    Increase Ng with Fuel Cond Lever
  64. 100% NG translates to a gas generator speed of ??? RPM.
    37,500 RPM
  65. Maximum Ramp Weight with payload extender kit installed?
    9097 lbs.
  66. Maximum Takeoff Weight with payload extender kit installed?
    9062 lbs.
  67. Maximum Landing Weight with payload extender kit installed?
    9000 lbs.
  68. Maximum Tow Weight with payload extender kit installed?.
    8785 lbs
  69. Total Useable fuel with Both tanks on, and with One tank off?
    • 332 gallons
    • 165 gallons
  70. Maximum takeoff flap setting with and without stall kit?
    30 & 20 degrees respectivley
  71. Are you allowed to mix brands of oil?
  72. Engine Starter Time Limitations using only onboard Battery power?
    • 30sec - 1 min
    • 30sec - 1 min
    • 30sec - 30 mins
  73. Engine Starter Time Limitations using EPU?
    • 20sec - 2 mins
    • 20sec - 2 mins
    • 20sec - 60 mins
  74. With regards to propeller RPM, what is the limitation when flying an ILS approach in a G1000?
    Must ensure propeller is full fine/max
  75. What is the minimum altitude for flying an ILS approach without the flight director in a G1000?
    400 ft AAE
  76. As per the POH, what is the minimum altitude for autopilot use on an instrument approach?
    200ft AAE
  77. White arc meaning and limits on ASI?
    Full Flap operating range

    50 - 125kts
  78. Green Arc meaning and Limits on ASI?
    • Normal Operating Range (63- 175kias)
    • Lower limit is Max Weight Vs - Upper limit is Max Operating Speed.
  79. Redline Speed and meaning?
    175 kias

    Max Speed for all Ops
  80. VMO
    Max operating Speed

    175 kias
  81. VA & 9062 lbs
    Max Maneuvering Speed

    143 kias
  82. VA & 7500 lbs
    Max Maneuvering Speed

    137 kias
  83. VA & 6250 lbs
    Max Maneuvering Speed

    125 kias
  84. VA & 5000 lbs
    Max Maneuvering Speed

    112 kias
  85. VFE meaning and limits?
    Max Flap Extension speeds

    • 10o - 135 (175)
    • 20o - 125 (150)
    • 30o - 100 (125)
  86. Max Window Open Speed
    175 kias
  87. Best Glide at Takeoff?
    85 kias
  88. Best Glide at 5000 lbs?
    71 kias
  89. Best Glide at 6250 lbs?
    79 kias
  90. Best Glide at 7500 lbs?
    87 kias
  91. Best Glide at 8750 lbs and higher?
    95 kias
  92. Max Demonstrated crosswind component?
    20 kts
  93. Oil Capacity?
    14 US Quarts

    9.5 Quarts Drain and Refill
  94. Max fuel capacity and Max useable in gallons and pounds?
    • 335.6 gallons capacity
    • 332 gallons useable (2224 lbs)
  95. Quick level off Fuel flow below 5000ft?
    350 pph
  96. Quick level off Fuel flow 5000ft - 8000ft?
    330 pph
  97. Quick level off Fuel flow above 8000ft?
    300 pph
  98. What ITT should you move Fuel Cond Lever to CUTOFF if a hot start is predicted?
  99. You have had 2 unsuccessful engine starts using EXTERNAL POWER. How long must you wait before a 3rd attempt?
    2 mins - 120 secs
  100. What acronym is used for HOLDING? Briefly explain each letter
    • T - Type of Entry
    • S - Speed
    • A - Altitude
    • F - Fuel available to hold before Diversion
    • E - Expected time till onward clearance
  101. List 3 “critical phases of flight” in which the “sterile cockpit” must be adhered to?
    • All Ground ops, Taxi- Takeoff-Landing
    • Flight below 5000 ft
    • Within 1000ft of assigned altitude
  102. List 4 Elements of a stable approach
    • Aircraft on Correct Flight Path
    • Only small changes in heading and Pitch required
    • Speed Vref +20 - Vref
    • Aircraft Fully configured
    • Max 800fpm decent unless briefed otherwise
    • All briefings and checklists completed
    • ILS 1 dot of LOC & SLOPE
    • Wings Level by 300ft
  103. When operating the standby flap system, what precaution must you take?
    No, metallic type brakes. Continual soft braking detrimental.
  104. When operating the standby flap system, what precaution must you take?
    No limit switches so must stop before full up and down positions
  105. Fuel Condition Lever low idle ___%, High Idle ___%
    52% &  65%
  106. How do you test the stall warning system?
    • Battery On, 
    • Stall vane push up, 
    • control column pull back
  107. Max fuel imbalance in flight?
    200 lbs
  108. What is an indication of an FCU failure?
    Power falls back toward idle (48% increasing with altitude)
  109. Min %Ng for running Air Con? (G1000)
  110. You are circling at Medan for Rwy 23, you lose visual on base to final. What should your actions be?
    Turn towards center of airport, carry out the missed approach for the rwy 23 approach
  111. What terrain clearance does 25 mile MSA give you?
  112. MORA on the Chart shows 86. What Terrain Clearance
    does this give you?
  113. What is the difference between a PFD 1 failure and a
    PFD 2 failure?
    • PFD 1 fails = automatic reversion to MFD,
    • PFD 2 fails = no reversion
  114. What button must be pressed when the PFD 2 has failed?
    Manual Reversion Button (BIG RED BUTTON)
  115. What causes the Actual Airspeed to turn YELLOW or RED?
    • Yellow - Trend Vector past 175 KIAS
    • Red - Actual Airspeed past 175 KIAS
  116. What indications (Sounds & Colours) do you get for "Warning" "Caution" and "Advisory"
    • Warning - Continuous chimes and red flashing
    • Caution - Single Chime and yellow flashing
    • Advisory - No chime and white flashing
  117. What is the difference between NO COMP and MISCOMP
    • No Comp = nothing to compare to,
    • MISCOMP = difference beyond prescribed limits between # 1 and #2
  118. What does the light blue bug on the torque gage indicate?
    Recommended Cruise torque setting, also at altitude = max cruise torque setting
  119. If GPS mode is selected in the HSI, what will be the color of the NAV frequencies?
  120. What does “WATCH” stand for and what does it do?
    Weather ATtenuated Color Highlighting. Identifies areas of possible radar shadows
  121. What is “attenuation” and what 2 factors contribute to it?
    Weakening of radio waves or returns, caused by distance and precipitation
  122. Why should you have the weather radar antenna in STBY mode prior to taxi?
    Prevent the antenna from being damaged bouncing off the bottom stop whilst taxiing
  123. You adjust the gain to detect embedded CB’s. Are the
    colors still representative of true intensity? What must you do when finished with gain?
    No, return to detent
  124. What is an indication of a weather alert?
    Red Arc at edge of radar display in direction of severe weather
  125. Automatic transition from armed to active mode is
    indicated by what?
    Moving from outside to inside and flashing
  126. In flight you push the XFR key with the autopilot
    engaged in HDG and ALT, what happens to the lateral and vertical modes?
    ROL & PIT
  127. What is the difference between ALTS and ALTV?
    • ALTS = your next constraint is a selected constraint
    • ALTV = your next constraint is a VNAV constraint (obviously only possible while descending in VNAV)
  128. You press CWS while in ROL mode and bank the aircraft
    to 30 degrees and let go of the CWS button. What will happen?
    Roll out to 22o
  129. The system disengages the Autopilot. What color does
    the AP annunciation turn?
  130. What does a red annunciator indicate?
    Hazardous condition immediate action
  131. What precaution if you use the fire extinguisher?
    Ventilation of the cabin
  132. What should you never touch with bare hands?
    Output connectors or coupling nuts of the ignition leads
  133. Reservoir Fuel Low annunciator indicates what?

    What are your actions?
    That the reservoir has less than half fuel

    • Fuel tanks - On
    • Fuel boost - On
    • Ignition - On 
    • Land at the earliest opportunity
  134. What does the avionics bus tie switch do?
    Its ties avionics 2 bus and avionics 1 bus together to allow standby alternator power to equipment on Avionics bus 2 rather than battery power.
  135. Airspeed Pressure switch activated at what speed?
    175Kts located within the pitot static system
  136. Whatare alternate airport weather minimums for an airport with a non-precision approach only?
    Ceiling = 800ft

    Visibility = 2 statute miles (3.2km)
  137. List 3 post flight duties
    • A/C is properly secured
    • Navigation equipment is properly stowed
    • Flight records are completed and signed by PIC/FO and give to appropriate staff
  138. What is the maximum flaps you can use the autopilot with?
    20 deg
  139. How many degrees of travel does the Aileron have to move before the Spoilers begin to activate?
    5 Degrees
  140. Rudder Trim Activates through What?
    Nose Wheel Steering Bungee
  141. How Many Trim tabs on the Ailerons? Elevator, Rudder?
    • One on each side of the Elevator
    • One on the Right Aileron
    • None on the Rudder, Only bungee
  142. During walkaround you notice Red block hanging from front top of nosewheel Strut
    Nosewheel was oversteered and may be damaged
  143. Position Of Fire Warning CB
    G1000 - 3rd down 2nd in

    Legacy - 4th down 7th in
  144. Stall horn sounds how many knots above the stall?
    5kts -10kts in all configurations
  145. How many Test Detector Loops in the engine compartment fire warning system?
  146. What does "Flat Rated" mean when referring to Engine HP
    Constant HP over range of Altitude and Temps
  147. Why must the prop not be allowed to windmill in the breeze?
    Because all accesories except Prop governor and prop Tacho are run from compressor turbine. Hence no Oil being cirulated with only Power Turbine spinning
  148. What RPM does the Reduction gearbox reduce from & to?
    33,000 at the power Turbine, through two stages of reduction to 1,900 at the prop
  149. Engine Lubrication system consists of what 3 systems?
    • Pressure System
    • Scavenge System
    • Breather System
  150. Prop lever gives what min RPM when set just above the gate?
    1600 RPM
  151. Low Idle and High Idle settings of the Fuel Condition Lever give what Ng values?
    Low Idle - 52%

    High Idle - 65%
  152. Is the EPL connected to the FCU?
    No! It delivers fuel directly to the combustion chamber.
  153. Overspeed Governer test limits are what?
    1750 +/- 60RPM
  154. What would indicate a prop governor failure
    Prop Lever does nothing, and RPM stuck at 1900
  155. What two instances see the Ignitors come on?
    Ignition switch to ON or Starter switch to START
  156. At what Ng does the start cycle terminate and the starter come offline?
    46% Ng - controlled by speed sensor switch in the Starter/Generator
  157. When should you have the ignition on?
    • Air Start without Starter assist
    • Ops on water covered runways
    • Heavy rain
    • Reservior fuel low Announciator
  158. When does Fuel System Warning Horn go off and "Fuel Selector Off" announciator light up?
    • Both Taps are off
    • One of During Start or Motor
    • One Tap Off with fuel less than 25 Gals in the open tank
  159. Firewall Shutoff Valve controls What?
    All fuel flow from the Reservior to the Engine
  160. How many fuel Nozzels are there?
    • 10 Primary
    • 4 Secondary
  161. EPA Cans collects what?
    Fuel Rejected by the engine during shutdown sequence
  162. Boost pump comes online when Pressure in the Fuel Mainfold drops below what?
    4.75 psi
  163. How many fuel level sensors are in each wing tank.
    • 4 a side on the Legacy
    • 2 a side on the G1000
  164. Micron value of fuel screen before and filter after engine driven fuel pump?
    • 74 Micron inlet screen going into Pump
    • 10 Micron filter exiting Pump (Bypass valve if blocked)
  165. Battery type and Voltage
    24 Volt Lead Acid
  166. Generator Voltage and Amperage
    • 28 Volt
    • 300 Amp
  167. Alternator Voltage and Amperage
    • 27 Volt
    • 75 Amp
  168. What does the Generator Control Unit GNU do?
    Provides automatic starter cutoff when Ng rises above 46%

    • Below 46% - Starter
    • Ubove 46% - Generator
  169. Ground Power Monitor illuminates Voltage Low Annunciator when?
    Bus Voltage drops to Battery Voltage
  170. How does Payload Extender effect Va, Ramp, Takeoff, and Landing weights?
    • Va 148-143
    • Ramp 8785 - 9097
    • Takeoff 8750 - 9062
    • Landing 8500 - 9000
  171. CDI Scale settings for Departure and Approach phases
    Scale 0.3 nm Full delfection. Chnage to Approach happens within 2.0nm of FAF
  172. CDI Scale for Terminal mode
    1.0nm Full Deflection - out to 30nm from airfield to airfield
  173. CDI Sacle for EnRoute phase of flight
    2.0nm Full deflection - past 30nm from either airfield
  174. Red Chevrons in Unusual attitude appear after what limitations in pitch have been reached?
    • 50 deg nose up
    • 30 deg nose down
  175. Traffic Symbol White Diamond with Black center Diamond means what?
    Non Threatening Traffic

    • > 5nm
    • &
    • +/-1200ft
  176. Traffic Symbol all White Diamond means what?
    Proximity Advisory

    Within 5nm and 1200ft but NOT considered a threat.
  177. Traffic Symbol all Yellow Circle means whats?
    Traffic Advisory!

    Potential hazard - Closing Rate, Distance, andd Vertical Separation meet TA Criteria
  178. Traffic Symbol Half Yellow Half Grey circle means what?
    Traffic Advisory! but Off Scale

    Potential hazard - Closing Rate, Distance, andd Vertical Separation meet TA Criteria
  179. Weather Radar Precipitaion in Inches/Hr with Different Colours Displayed
    • Green--- 0.01 - 0.1
    • Yellow--- 0.1 - 0.5
    • Red------ 0.5 - 2
    • Magenta- >2
  180. Terrain Awarness - Meanings of Different Colours?
    Black - > 1000ft

    Yellow - 100ft - 1000ft

    Red - <100ft or terrain above
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