Flashcards in Aviation Law and Legislation Deck (49):
When was the Chicago Convention signed?
Signing the Chicago Convention led to?
Formation of ICAO
ICAO is based in?
ICAO principles laid down in the Chicago Convention are known as?
ICAO stands for?
International Civil Aviation Organisation
Definitive documents relating to ICAO Articles are known as?
Does each nation state that has signed the Chicago Convention have exclusive sovereignty over the airspace above its territory?
Does a state’s sovereignty extend over waters adjacent to its land areas?
International flights must or should obey regulations of the overflown state?
Do a state’s rules of the air apply when operating over the high seas?
Do state’s have the right to search aircraft from other states on landing or prior to departure?
A state may or may not require an aircraft entering its territory to land at a customs airport for customs inspection, unless the flight has permission to cross its territory without landing?
Aircraft do or do not have the nationality of the state in which they are registered?
Aircraft may or may not be registered in more than one state?
Aircraft operating internationally shall or may display appropriate nationality and registration markings.
An aircraft landing in another state’s territory is or is not normally exempt from customs duty on fuel, oil, spare parts and stores that were on board at arrival and are retained on board at departure?
Spare parts imported to a state for use by an aircraft of another state on international operations will or will not be free from duty?
Should an aircraft registered in one state be involved in an accident in another state, the state in which the accident occurs shall or shall not run an inquiry?
When an accident occurs involving an aircraft from another state, the state in which the aircraft is registered shall or shall not be allowed to observe the inquiry?
All aircraft flying internationally must or should carry appropriate licenses for each flight crew member, together with other aircraft documents such as a Certificate of Airworthiness and Certificate of Registration?
All aircraft operating internationally [shall; shall not] be provided with a Certificate of Airworthiness by the state in which the aircraft is registered
Pilots and flight crew members engaged in international operations must or should hold licenses issued by the state in which the aircraft is registered?
Certificates of Airworthiness and flight crew licenses issued by the state in which an aircraft is registered shall or shall not be recognised by other contracting states, provided the requirements for the issue of such certificates and licenses meet ICAO agreed standards?
Aircraft on international operations shall keep a journey logbook, or not?
Weapons or munitions of war may or may not be carried in or above a state’s territory except by permission of the state?
States (may; may not) prohibit or regulate the use of photographic apparatus in aircraft over their territory?
Aircraft that have failed to meet any international standard of airworthiness or performance at certification shall or shall not show on its airworthiness certificate full details of such failure or failures?
Aircraft and aircrew (may; may not) operate internationally only if their certificates or licenses permit it?
Official information regarding The Rules of the Air and Air Traffic Services is found in what section of what UK document?
ENR section of the UK AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication)
NOTAM stands for?
Notice to airmen
Non–urgent information is often distributed to pilots as what? Those directly related to air safety are printed on what kind of paper?
Aeronautical Information Circular; safety–related circulars are printed on pink paper
AICs should or should not be read thoroughly?
A pilot should not fly for at least how many hours after taking small amounts of alcohol, and proportionately longer if larger amounts are consumed? (Based on AIC)
A light aeroplane taking off behind a heavy aeroplane but departing from an intermediate part of the same runway should allow how many minutes for the dispersal of wake turbulence? (Based on AIC)
A light aeroplane taking off behind a heavy aeroplane and using the full length of the same runway should allow how many minutes for dispersal of wake turbulence? (Based on AIC)
A light aircraft following a heavy aircraft on final approach to land should stay well behind by a distance of at least how many nm and a time of how many minutes? (Based on AIC)
Eight nm and four minutes
To avoid possible wake turbulence from a departing heavy aircraft, a pilot intending to land on the same runway should land (a) well beyond, (b) at, or (c) well before its rotation point? (Based on AIC)
Can a pilot fly if taking tranquillisers? (Based on AIC)
If a pilot wears full–lens spectacles for reading only, are they likely to be suitable for flying? (Based on AIC)
Is a small amount of frost, ice, snow or any other contamination on the upper leading edge of a wing dangerous? (Based on AIC)
A 10% increase in aircraft weight will increase the take–off distance to 50 ft by approximately what percentage, and the landing distance from 50 ft by what percentage? (Based on AIC)
20% and 10%
A tailwind component equal to 10% of the lift–off speed will increase the take–off distance to 50 ft by what percentage? (Based on AIC)
Soft ground or snow may increase take–off distance to 50 ft by what percentage or more? (Based on AIC)
25% or more
Avgas filler points should be painted what to avoid confusion with turbine fuel filler points?
Avtur filler points should be painted what to avoid confusion with gasoline filler points?
Is Jet A–1 a turbine fuel or gasoline?
Take–off, climb and landing performance of light aeroplanes is discussed in which AIC?
AIC 127/2006 (Pink 110)
ANO stands for?
Air Navigation Order