To withstand bending and torsional loads
To withstand compressive and torsional loads
To withstand compressive and shear loads
To withstand the fatigue stresses
To shape the wing and support the skin
To house the fuel and landing gear
The design ultimate load times a 1.5 safety factor
The design limit load plus the design ultimate load
The design limit load times a 1.5 factor of safety
By using aileron "up-float" and keeping the centre section fuel tanks full for as long as possible
By using aileron "up-float" and using the fuel in the wings last
By having tail-mounted engines and using aileron "down-float"
Support the wings
House the crew and payload
Keep out adverse weather
The hydraulic fluid in the system
The air and hydraulic fluid in the system
The proportional pressure in the system
Is used to replace NRVs.
Allows two supply sources to operate one unit
Allows one source to operate two units
Relieves below system pressure.
Maintains pressure to a priority circuit.
Relieves at its designed pressure
To compensate for leaks, displacement and expansion.
To allow a space into which spare fluid may be stored.
To indicate system contents.
Ignore it because normal operation would remove it.
Bleed the air out of the system.
Allow the accumulator to automatically adjust itself.
Pressure is inversely proportional to load
Liquid is compressible
Applied force acts equally in all directions.
Relieve excess pressure.
Store fluid under pressure.
Store compressed gas for tyre inflation.
Minimum descent altitude
Estándar instrument arrival
Special terminal arrival
Final approach segment
Initial approach segment
Intermediate approach segment
Oceanic control area
Obstacle clearance altitude
Oceanic control area or obstacle clearance altitude
Mean height over threshold.
Minimum eye height.
Minimum elevation height.
Visual manouvering (circling).
A right hand circuit pattern.
A procedure used for descent; resembling a holding-pattern (including the entry).
Traffic landing and taking- off again within 1 hour and returning to the same airport of the original departure.
Exercising authority over initiating, conducting, or erminating a flight.
Exercising the privileges of pilot-in-command of an aircraft.
The specific duties of any required crewmember.
An airplane with more than 19 passenger seats
A turbojet airplane
A large airplane
30 minutes, plus 10 percent of the total flight time
2 hours at normal cruise speed in a no wind condition fuel consumption
2 hours at normal cruise fuel consumption
One pilot must be qualified and have a flight engineer certificate to perform the flight engineer duties
At least one other flight crewmember must be qualified to perform the flight engineer duties
One crewmember must be qualified to perform the duties of the flight engineer
At least a current third- class medical certificate.
A first-class medical certificate.
A second-class medical certificate.