Flt Ops Manual Quiz

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  1. Load Complete to Block-out

    FOM Vol 2 02.02.02.16
    • B 757 7 Minutes
    • B 767 8 Minutes
  2. Takeoff Brief - Crew brief on taxi out

    FOM Vol 2 03.01.01.03
    Thrust, Flaps, Runway, ATC clearance, Altitudes, Transition, Engine inop departure procedure.

    ie. D2, flaps 5, rwy hdg, 5000 feet, transition 18, engine out level off 1460.
  3. Break-away thrust limit

    AOM 03.05.02.02
    • B 767 50% N1
    • B 757 40% N1
  4. Operations below RVR 1200 but not less than RVR 600

    FOM Vol 2 02.05.02.02
    the SMGCS airport plan view chart should be referenced for CAT II/III approach, taxi-out or takeoff when RVR is reported below 1200.
  5. Diverting to an Alternate

    FOM Vol 2 02.09.02.02
    Once an aircraft begins diversion to the alternate, alternate minimums no longer apply.  The listed alternate has now become the destination and only destination required visibility is required to commence the approach.
  6. Visual Approach procedures

    FOM Vol 2 03.08.01.01
    • Weather requirements
    • -Ceiling: 1000'
    • -Visibility: 3 SM
    • -Maintain at least 1000' above, 500' below and 2000' horizontally from clouds
    • -Within Class B, C, D, and 35 miles of Class E destination airport or below designated transition area
  7. Cat I Approach description

    FOM Vol 2 03.09.01.01
    Instrument approach with a DA, or MDA not lower than 200' HAT with either a visibility not less than 1/2 Statute Mile (800m) or a RVR not less than 1800' (550m)
  8. Cat I Weather Requirements - Dispatch to Destination

    FOM Vol 2 03.09.01.03
    Adequate visibility is the only requirement to begin an approach.

    If RVV or RVR is reported for a particular runway, RVV or RVR must be used for that runway and is controlling over prevailing visibility.
  9. Circling Weather Minimums

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.01.05
    FOM Vol 2 03.09.01.03.02
    • Flight crews are authorized to conduct circle to land maneuvers provided the ceiling and visibility is 1000' and three miles or published minima, whichever is higher.
    • Use and MDA of 1000' (HAA) or circling MDA, whichever is higher
  10. If the destination visibility is forcast below 3/4 statute mile or RVR 4000.

    Aerodata transition BS
    FOM Vol 2 01.07.04.02
    • Old Answer: Wet MLFL data to be used when computing the runway length requirement
    • Precision instrument runway markings or runway centerline lights are operational and visible on the runway (otherwise no less than RVR 4000' or 3/4 mile)
    • New Answer:
    • 1. The destination runway length shall be determined prior to takeoff to be at least 115% (WET...AA data) of the runway field length required by provisions of 121.195b.
  11. Land and Hold Short Operational Planning

    FOM Vol 2 03.11.01.01
    LAHSO at selected airports, authorized by the company by FBP NOTAMS or Jeppesen 10-10 pages.
  12. VFR takeoff is permissible if ALL of the following are met:

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.03.03
    • The flight must be at an airport which does not have operating ATC facilities and it is not otherwise possible for the flight crew to obtain an IFR clearance
    • VFR weather conditions are reported to exist at the time of takeoff
    • The flight remains in VFR weather conditions at all times while operating under VFR
    • An IFR clearance is obtained as soon as practicable after T/O, but no further than 50 NM from the departure airport.
  13. Domestic Alternate Airport Determination

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.02.01
    • No alternate is required for a destination airport of for at least one hour before to one hour after the ETA the weather report or forecast, or any combination of these indicate:
    • The ceiling will be at least 2000' above the airport elevation
    • Visibility well be at least 3 SM
  14. Approaches not Authorized (ops specs)
    PAR and Contact approaches are not authorized
  15. The 757 is which category for straight in approaches?
    The 767 is which category for all approaches?
    • B 757 Category 'C'
    • B 767 Category 'D'
  16. Exemption 8658 Rule (1-1-2 Rule)

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.02.02
    • 48 Conus +/- 1 hour of ETA
    • Cat I ILS   1000'AGL Ceiling 3 SM Visibility
    • Cat II ILS  1000'AGL Ceiling 2 SM Visibility
    • Cat III ILS 1000'AGL Ceiling 2 SM Visibility
  17. Destination Weather Goes Below Minimums

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.04.01
    The flight may continue to the destination unless the Captain or Flight Control determines the flight cannot be conducted safely.  Consider factors such as alternate weather, fuel on board and weather trends at both destination and alternate.
  18. Alternate Weather Goes Below Minimums

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.04.02
    • Flight Control must issue an ARTR for a new alternate and it must be recorded on the flight release.
    • Note. Once an aircraft has turned to the alternate, alternate minimums no longer apply
  19. Standard Takeoff Minimums (A/C 2 or less engines)

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.03.02
    RVR 5000' or 1 Statute Mile
  20. Lower than Standard Takeoff Minimums
    RVR 1600 or 1/4 SM Prevailing Visibility: 
    Takeoff is authorized if one of the following is available

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.03.02.04
    • One of the following visual aids must be available:
    • High Intensity Runway Lights
    • Operative Runway CL Lights
    • Serviceable RCLM
    • If none of above available, takeoff may still be made provided adequate visual references are available to continuously identify the takeoff surface and maintain directional control throughout the takeoff roll.
  21. Lower than Standard Takeoff Minimums
    RVR 1200 Feet: Takeoff is authorized

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.03.02.04
    • Applicable Jeppesen chart authorizes them, RVR systems, Lighting +/or marking are available and working
    • RVR 1200TDZ(350m)/1200-Mid(350m)/1000RO(300m)
    • RCLM (day only) or HIRL or CL lights
    • See table 01.07.03.02.04
  22. Lower than Standard Takeoff Minimums
    RVR 1000 Feet: Takeoff is authorized:

    01.07.03.02.04
    • Applicable Jeppesen chart authorizes them, RVR systems, Lighting +/or marking are available and working
    • RVR 1000 - TDZ/1000 - Mid RO(300m)
    • RCLM and HIRL or CL Lights
    • See table 01.07.03.02.04
  23. Lower than Standard Takeoff Minimums
    RVR 600 Feet: Takeoff is authorized:
    • Applicable Jeppesen chart authorizes them, RVR systems, Lighting +/or marking are available and working
    • RVR 600 - TDZ/600 Mid/600 RO(175m)
    • HIRL and CL Lights
    • See table 01.07.03.02.04
  24. Lower than Standard Takeoff Minimums:
    RVR 500 Feet: Takeoff is authorized:
    • Applicable Jeppesen chart authorizes them, RVR systems, Lighting +/or marking are available and working
    • RVR 500 - TDZ/500 - Mid/500 RO(150m)
    • HIRL and CL Lights
    • See table 01.07.03.02.04
  25. Destination Weather Required for Dispatch

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.01.04
    Destination weather reports or forecast, or any combination thereof,  will be at or above authorized minimums at the estimated time of arrival at the airport or airports to which dispatched or released.
  26. Takeoff Alternate Weather Requirements

    A takeoff alternate is required when the weather at the takeoff airport is?

    For two engine aircraft, the takeoff alternate must be within?

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.03.01
    Below CAT I landing minimums, ceiling and visibility required

    One hour or 300 nautical miles, no wind, engine out.
  27. Flight Director and Autocoupler Policy Dispactch

    What is required if weather at the ETA at the destination is forecast to be below 3/4 mile visibility or RVR 4,000 feet?

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.01.07
    • Operable dual flight director systems (A single flight director with dual display does not satisfy this requirement)
    • OR
    • One operable flight director and an operable auto coupler (autopilot).
  28. Domestic Alternate Airport Determination

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.02.01
    • No alternate is required for a destination airport if for at least +/- one hour of the estimated time of arrival at the destination airport, the weather report or forecasts, or any combination of these indicate:
    • Ceiling will be at least 2000' above the airport elevation, and
    • Visibility will be at least 3 SM
    • Exemption 8658 (1-1-2 Rule)
  29. Destination Alternate Requirements
    Two Operational Nav Facilities (straight-in to different suitable runways)

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.03.02
    Ceiling: Add 200' to higher MDA(H) or DA(H) of the two approaches used

    Visibility: Add 1/2 SM or 800m (700m outside the United States) to the higher authorized landing minimum of the two approaches used
  30. Destination Alternate Requirements
    One Operable Nav Facility providing a straight-in non-precision, CAT I or, when applicable, a circling maneuver from an IAP

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.03.02
    Ceiling: Add 400' to MDA(H) or DA(H), as appropriate

    Visibility: Add 1 SM or 1600m to the landing minimum
  31. Destination Alternate Requirements for Flag Operations

    At least one alternate airport for each destination is required unless:

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.02.05
    • The flight is scheduled for not more than 6 hours and for at least +/- one hour after the ETA
    • a. Ceiling at least 1500' above the lowest circling MDA if a circle is req'd & authorized
    • b. 1500' above the lowest published instrument approach minimum or 2000' above field elevation whichever is greater
    • c. The visibility is at least 3 miles or 2 miles more than the inst app procedure to be used whichever is greater
  32. Special Pilot-in-Command Qualification Airports

    FOM Vol 2 04.01.02.02
    • Airports receive this designation from the FAA due to items such as terrain, obstructions or complex approach/DPs. A pilot may not serve as PIC to or from an airport that requires a 'Special PIC Qualifications' unless during the proceeding 12 months, one of the following 3 criteria:
    • 1 PIC or level D sim
    • 2 SIC or level D sim
    • 3 PIC has qualified using pictorial means acceptable by the adminstrator
    • Does not apply if you meet both:
    • Ceiling 1000' above the lowest MEA IFR alt, MOCA, or IPA for that airport, and
    • The visibility is at least 3 miles
  33. Flight Release Policy

    FOM Vol 2 01.01.01.05
    No person may dispatch or release an aircraft unless it is airworthy
  34. Flight Release Type of Planned Routing
    DEFRTE
    MFT/R
    MTT/R
    MCT/R
    MDT/R

    FOM Vol 2 01.02.01.01.03
    • DEFRTE - Defined by the dispatcher
    • MFT/R - Min Fuel Track Considering Restrictions
    • MTT/R - Min Time Track Considering Restrictions
    • MCT/R - Min Cost Track Considering Restrictions
    • MDT/R - Min Distance Track Considering Restrictions
  35. Redispatch Procedures Operational Analysis

    01.04.01.03
    • The Captain will send an ACARS to the Aircraft Dispatcher when within the two hour window and no later than 60 minutes prior to the redispatch point, and provide the following:
    • The estimated fuel remaining at the RD pt
    • The updated routing to the intended destination, if applicable
    • The actual payload
  36. Designation of Two Alternates

    FOM Vol 2 01.05.02.03
    When the destination and alternate forecasted weather is at minimums, one additional alternate must be designated
  37. Emergency Landing Fuel

    FOM Vol 2 01.06.01.08
    • B 757   3000 lbs
    • B 767   4000 lbs
  38. Minimum Arrival Fuel

    FOM Vol 2 01.06.01.02
    A Flight Control Dispatcher will normally plan the flight to arrive with no fewer than 75 minutes of total arrival fuel at the destination. The minimum arrival fuel value includes ALTERNATE, RESERVE, CONTINGENCY and ADDITIONAL fuel.
  39. For Operations at or above RVR 1600 (500m)

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.03.02.02
    • The TDZ RVR report, if available, is controlling
    • The mid RVR report may be substituted for an unavailable TDZ report
  40. For Operations below RVR 1600 (500m)

    FOM Vol 2 01.07.03.02.02
    • A minimum of two operative RVR reporting systems are required
    • All available RVR reports are controlling
    • Note: extremely long runways utilize 4 RVR sensors. When a fourth far-end RVR value is reported, it is not controlling and is not to be used as one of the two required operative RVR systems.
  41. Minimum Fuel for Takeoff
     Domestic

    FOM Vol 2 01.06.01.04
    • Fuel to fly to destination
    • Fuel to fly to the most distant alternate, if required
    • Fuel to fly 45 minutes at normal cruise fuel consumption
  42. Minimum Fuel for Takeoff
     Flag operations

    FOM Vol 2 01.06.01.04
    • Fuel to fly to and land at destination
    • Fuel for 10% of time planned to fly to and land at destination
    • Fuel to fly to and land at most distant alternate, if required
    • Fuel to hold for 30 minutes at 1500' AFE at the destination, or hold at 1500' AFE at the alternate, if required
  43. Required Documents

    FOM Vol 2 02.01.06.01
    • FBP
    • Aircraft logbook
    • Load manifest
    • Fuel slip (if fueled or defueled)
    • -if not available at prior to departure time obtain the total fuel by many means
    • NOTOC (if required)
    • Jumpseat passes (if required)
  44. Business Requirement to Divert Flights

    FOM Vol 2 02.09.02.01
    The aircraft dispatcher will establish contact with the flight crew. The Dispatcher and the Captain will jointly agree on the diversion data requirements and the Dispatcher will redispatch the flight (ARTR is req'd) from this point inflight to the new destination, specifying fuel, airport, alternate, weather and load information, as contained in a regular release.
  45. BTB Requirements

    FOM Vol 2 05.01.04.08.04
    AMC will assist the flight crew in determining if a BTB is required or crew deferral procedures can be applied.  The Captain retains the final decision, based on safety-of-flight, as to whether the flight crew will accomplish the deferral or accomplish the BTB.
  46. Load Complete Time

    FOM Vol 2 02.02.02.16 # 12
    Load complete time is defined as the aircraft loaded and belly doors closed.  The Load Supervisor will verify with the flight crew that appropriate door lights are extinguished prior to assigning a load complete time.

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