AAS EXPOSITION QUESTIONS

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  1. What regulations does AAS operate under when carrying mail, passengers, or cargo for reward: Part 135, Part 125, or Part 121?
    Part 135.    

    • INTRODUCTION (2)           
    • SCOPE OF AIR OPERATIONS AND AIRCRAFT LISTING (2.3)           
    • Scope of Air Operations (2.3.5.1)
  2. Who has the responsibility of processing amendments to the company Exposition?
    The Quality Safety Manager.            

    • EXPOSITION CONTROL (1)           
    • AMMENDMENTS (1.4)           
    • Responsibility (1.4.3.2)
  3. Who is responsible for renewing the Air Operator Certificate?
    The CEO.            

    • INTRODUCTION (2.0)           
    • AIR OPERATOR CERTIFICATE (2.5)        
    • Exposition (2.5:3)
  4. Name one thing you can do or are doing to promote a safe work environment in compliance with the company safety policy.
    Avoid accepting long term risk for the sake of apparent short term gain.             

    • MANAGEMENT AND POLICY (8.0)           
    • COMPANY SAFETY POLICY (8.2)           
    • Safety Policy (8.2.5.4b)
  5. If you identify something that will improve the company's quality system if a corrective or preventative action is implemented, what would you do?
    • Initiate a Systems Improvement Form.
    • (8.5:3.3)            

    • MANAGEMENT AND POLICY (8.0)           
    • CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTATIVE ACTIONS (8.5)           
    • Safety Policy (8.2.5.4b)
  6. Who is responsible for scheduling flight operations and the pilot roster?
    The FOM.                       

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16.0)           
    • AAS POLICIES AND RULES OF OPERATION (16.1)           
    • Responsibility (16.1.3)
  7. Is a non-qualified passenger (who is not a CAA representative) allowed to manipulate aircraft controls in flight?
    No.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)
    • RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PILOT-IN-COMMAND (16.2)           
    • Sterile Cockpit (16.2:5.2)
  8. When does the ‘sterile cockpit’ rule apply?
    No extraneous conversation or activity during critical phases in the cockpit, takeoff, landing, and below 2,000’            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)
    • RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PILOT-IN-COMMAND (16.2)           
    • Sterile Cockpit (16.2:5.8)
  9. Are you allowed to plan a flight with less than 45 minutes of final fuel remaining?
    No.  

    • A 60 minute reserve of fuel is necessary.
    •             
    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • FUEL POLICY (16.3)           
    • Reserve Requirement VFR (16.3.5.1)
  10. If you calculate a take-off or landing P-chart and after working the calculations correctly you determine that the TODR is 5 metres less than the TODA would the take-off or landing be legally acceptable?
    No. 

    • You require 15% of the TODA remaining after calculating the TODR.
    •             
    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Load Planning (16.4.5.2
  11. What special requirements would apply to a disabled passenger when loading an aircraft?
    Place them where assistance and ease of exit can be assured but do not place them next to the exit.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Passenger Administration (16.4.5.7)
  12. Are you allowed to use the published standard passenger weights on AAS operations?
    No. 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Passenger Administration (16.4.5.8)
  13. A passenger sitting in the front seat beside you objects to wearing a seatbelt in cruise flight. Should you ask him/her to keep the seatbelt fastened?
    Yes.  

    Passengers sitting in a front seat beside the pilot must wear a safety harness.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Passenger restraint systems (16.4.5.10)
  14. A nurse on board your aircraft wishes to attend to a stretcher patient while in cruise flight at 1000’AGL. Should you allow him/her to release their seatbelt?
    Yes.  

    Medical attendants caring for medical evacuees must have their seat belts securely fastened for takeoff and landing, but may unfasten their seat belts at other times at their discretion to the extent necessary to attend to the medical evacuee.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Passenger restraint systems (16.4.5.10)
  15. A tribal elder wishes to take four cans of beer with him on board the aircraft while traveling to a ceremony in another village. Do you permit him to carry them?
    No.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Cargo Administration (16.4.5.18
  16. A passenger wishes to take a bush knife with her. Are there any special requirements to consider when loading the aircraft?
    Yes. 

    • Any potential weapons may only be carried in the cargo pod where they are not accessible to passengers in flight. 
    •            
    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Cargo Administration (16.4.5.18)
  17. You suspect a passenger is trying to hide something in their baggage. You request to search their bag before boarding but they refuse. What should you do?
    Inform the pax that if they will not permit their baggage to be searched then their baggage will not be carried on the flight.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Cargo Administration (16.4.5.22)
  18. You are doing an animal transport cargo run. Among other animals in suitable containers a young pig is brought in a reinforced wooden crate. Do you carry it?
    No. 

    Pigs will not be carried. 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Carriage of Animals (16.6.5.27)
  19. Are you permitted to carry any classified Dangerous Goods on board an AAS aircraft?
    • Yes, but within the limits of Section 18.3
    •  
    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • LOADING POLICY (16.4)           
    • Carriage of Dangerous Goods (16.4.30)
  20. A local Police constable asks you to carry a recently convicted criminal to jail. The criminal is handcuffed and the constable will supply a guard to accompany you. What do you do?
    Contact FOM to receive his approval before carrying the detained. 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • SECURITY (16.5)           
    • Precautious for prevention of an incident (16.6.5.4)
  21. During a flight a passenger progressively becomes very difficult and exhibits severe disorderly behaviour despite your best efforts to calm the situation. What should you do?
    Restrain the disorderly passenger and report to ATS to have authorities meet the aircraft. 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • SECURITY (16.5)           
    • Precautious for prevention of an incident (16.6.5.6)
  22. What requirements apply to the use of supplemental oxygen on AAS flights?
    • FLIGHT CREW  
    • all times above 10,000’           

    • PAX                 
    • when over 60 minutes@10-13,000’                                    when over 30 min@14-17,000’                                    at all times@17,000’+           

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • OXYGEN REQUIREMENTS (16.6)           
    • Procedure (16.6.5.2&5.3)
  23. How many nautical miles away from the aerodrome of departure can you fly before a flight plan needs to be lodged?
    10nm.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • FLIGHT PLANNING (16.8)           
    • General Planning (16.8.5.1)
  24. When conducting a Part 135 operation and flying in excess of 10nm from shore, what additional information must be left with the company?
    • Color and type of Each LifeRaft.           
    • Details of Pyrotechnics, emergency medical, water supplies.
    • Details of emergency radios and their frequencies.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT TO BE CARRIED (16.9)           
    • Passenger Brief (16.9.5.7)
  25. Give an example passenger brief.
    • Thank you for flying with AAS.           
    • This flight is no smoking.               
    • Remain in your seats.           
    • This is how you use the doors (demonstrate)           
    • These are our emergency equipment, fire-extinguisher, first aid kit.
    • Use the ax by pulling it out and striking the window.
    • Use the fire-extinguisher by aiming it at the base of the fire. pulling out the pin and squeezing the trigger.
    • In an Emergency vacate the aircraft in this order (tell them the order) and follow my instructions.
    • Thanks for sitting next to me in the front. Enjoy the view and don't touch anything.
    • Any questions? Lets pray. (say prayer) 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • START – TAXI – TAKEOFF - DEPARTURE (16.12)            
    • Passenger Brief (16.12.5.2)
  26. What is the AAS standard operating procedure that applies to minimum altitude enroute (when possible)?
    3,000’ AGL.

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • COLLISION AVOIDANCE (16.16)           
    • Route Selection and Navigation (16.16.5.1)
  27. When conducting a Part 135 operation are you allowed to fly over cloud that is more solid than ‘broken’?
    No. 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • COLLISION AVOIDANCE (16.17)           
    • Clouds (16.17.5.1)
  28. To assist with avoiding possible conflict with traffic, on which side of a gap or pass should you fly when heading in a Westerly direction: North or South?
    The North Side.                       

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • COLLISION AVOIDANCE (16.19)           
    • Avoidance (16.19.5.1)
  29. What is the normal rate of descent that is used as standard practice on AAS flights?
    Normal Descent = 500 to 1000 FPM.

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • DESCENT (16.20)           
    • General Planning (16.22.5.1)
  30. According to AAS standard operating procedures, if a runway or airstrip is not determined to be clear by the MAP or 500’AGL, what should you do?
    Go Around.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • CIRCUIT OPERATIONS (16.21)           
    • Communications (16.21.5.3)
  31. Describe what you would do if you experienced engine rough running in flight.
    • Aviate – Enginate – Navigate – Communicate – Admnistrate  
    •           
    • Refer to Abnormal Checklist From AAS 1633.

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • ABNORMAL PROCEDURES, MALFUNCTIONS, OR FAILURES (16.27)           
    • Abnormal Checklist (16.27.5.1)
  32. You have been asked to act as PIC while flying with a new pilot who is familiarizing himself with flight procedures in the AAS aircraft P2-SDA. What rules apply to the conduct of glide descents?
    • Simulate by smoothly retarding the Power lever.           
    • Take care to establish an accurate zero thrust power setting.            

    • TRAINING AND COMPETENCY PROGRAM (17)           
    • INTRODUCTION, OBJECTIVES, STRATEGIES AND GUIDELINES (17.1)           
    • Guidelines for training flights (17.1.4.8 & 4.10)
  33. If you are about to fly to an airstrip that AAS classifies as a ‘mandatory check-in’ airstrip, what must you have completed in the last 14 days?
    • Acted as PinC for at least 1 hour, completed at least 5 landings.  
    •           
    • TRAINING AND COMPETENCY PROGRAM (17)           
    • AAS SYSTEM OF AUTHORISATIONS (17.6)           
    • Currency Requirements (17.6.5.4)
  34. According to the AAS Emergency Action Plan, who is the first person you should contact if you are the PIC involved in an accident or incident?
    The FOM.            

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)
    • EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (16.26)           
    • Procedure (16.26.5.4)
  35. A local newspaper journalist approaches you after a landing accident resulting in significant aircraft damage and minor injuries. The accident occurred while you were the PIC. How should you respond to his questions about what caused the accident?
    Issue no statement. 

    • FLIGHT OPERATIONS (16)           
    • EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (16.26)           
    • Procedure (16.21.5.4)

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