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1

The most important pilot responsibilities are the _______ and ________ of the aircraft and its crew.
 

A. safety; effectiveness.

B. effectiveness; efficiency.

C. security; safety.

D. efficiency; safety.

C. security; safety

2

Above all, the _______ and ________ of the aircraft and its crew are the most important in terms of pilot _________.


A. safety; security; actions.

B. security; safety; responsibilities.

C. effectiveness; efficiency; actions.

D. efficiency; safety; responsibilities.

B. security; safety; responsibilities

3

The pilot in command is responsible for whom and/or what whilst in command?


A. only the crew working in the aircraft.

B. they are responsible for the aircraft, passengers and crew.

C. only the safe operation of the aircraft.

D. the passengers, crew, cargo and the aircraft.

D. the passengers, crew, cargo and the aircraft

4

The concept of ‘knowing what is going on around you’ is an example of?


A. compliance: what has previously happened, planning for what will happen.

B. understanding: ensuring you have sufficient knowledge of what is happening.

C. awareness: what may happen, what has happened.

D. commitment: keeping the balance of your own interests and that of the operator.

C. awareness: what may happen, what has happened

5

A good example of the concept of personal minimums is?


A. choosing to fly after taking over-the-counter medication whilst ill.

B. choosing not to fly when you are too tired to operate safely.

C. following the published meteorological minimums.

D. seeing weather en-route during pre-flight planning and taking legal reserves.

B. choosing not to fly when you are too tired to operate safely

6

If the pilot in command of a two-crew operation becomes incapacitated, who is responsible for the aircraft and its occupants?


A. The pilot in command is always responsible for the aircraft, regardless of the situation.

B. The co-pilot will assume the role of the pilot in command.

C. The pilot in command must authorise the co-pilot to assume control.

D. The co-pilot will assume the role of the pilot in command, but only after consulting the operations department.

B. The co-pilot will assume the role of the pilot in command

7

You are flying as the co-pilot in a two-crew operation. Your pilot in command becomes incapacitated. Who is now responsible for the aircraft and everyone/everything in it?


A. you (the co-pilot), but only after obtaining authorisation from the pilot in command.

B. you (the co-pilot), but only after obtaining authorisation from the operations department.

C. you (the co-pilot), automatically.

D. the pilot in command.

C. you (the co-pilot), automatically

8

Which of the following is not a classification of human performance error associated with aircraft accidents?


A. air operator mistakes.

B. knowledge-based mistakes.

C. slips and lapses.

D. rule-based mistakes.

A. air operator mistakes

9

All of the following are classifications of human performance errors associated with aircraft accidents, with the exception of?


A. slips and lapses.

B. knowledge-based mistakes.

C. rule-based mistakes.

D. air operator mistakes.

D. air operator mistakes.

10

‘Knowing what is going on around you’ is an example of what?


A. understanding: ensuring you have sufficient knowledge of what is happening.

B. awareness: what may happen, what has happened.

C. commitment: keeping the balance of your own interests and that of the operator.

D. compliance: what has previously happened, planning for what will happen.

B. awareness: what may happen, what has happened

11

What is an example of personal minimums?


A. following the published meteorological minimums.

B. seeing weather en route during pre-flight planning and taking legal reserves.

C. deciding not to operate due to fatigue.

D. deciding to operate after taking over-the-counter medication when unwell.

C. deciding not to operate due to fatigue.

12

Which of the following are components to good airmanship? Select all that apply:


A. risk management.

B. personal minimums.

C. knowledge.

D. common sense.

E. situational awareness.

F. all of the above.

F. all of the above