Canadian Aviation Regulations Practice Test 6 Of 6

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Canadian Aviation Regulations Practice Test 6 Of 6 - Quiz

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the length between the edge of each letter to the edge of the surface the Registration Marks are displayed on?

    • A.

      5 cm

    • B.

      6.7 cm

    • C.

      2 in

    • D.

      2.3 cm

    Correct Answer
    A. 5 cm
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 5 cm because it states the length between the edge of each letter to the edge of the surface where the Registration Marks are displayed.

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  • 2. 

    Marks displayed on the wing are optional, but if used they must be displayed no less than ______ in height, and be on the underside of the _____ Wing with the letters facing _______

    • A.

      19.68 in on the underside of the Right wing, letters facing forward

    • B.

      50 cm on the underside of the Left wing, letters facing forward

    • C.

      50 cm on the underside of the right wing, letters facing backward

    • D.

      30 cm on the underside of the Left wing, letters facing backwards

    Correct Answer
    B. 50 cm on the underside of the Left wing, letters facing forward
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 50 cm on the underside of the Left wing, letters facing forward. This answer is correct because it follows the given guidelines for displaying marks on the wing. The marks should be displayed no less than 50 cm in height and should be on the underside of the Left wing with the letters facing forward. The other options do not meet these requirements as they either have the marks on the wrong wing or facing the wrong direction.

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  • 3. 

    If Registration Marks are not displayed on the wing, the longitudinal marks must be not less than ______ on aircraft other than helicopters or gyro planes

    • A.

      30.3 cm

    • B.

      15 cm

    • C.

      10 in

    • D.

      30 cm

    Correct Answer
    D. 30 cm
    Explanation
    If the registration marks are not displayed on the wing of an aircraft other than helicopters or gyro planes, the longitudinal marks must be at least 30 cm. This means that if the registration marks are not visible on the wing, there should be longitudinal marks with a minimum length of 30 cm to ensure proper identification and compliance with regulations.

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  • 4. 

    CAR 202.13 Aircraft Registration does not apply to:

    • A.

      Hang Gliders or Parachutes

    • B.

      Gliders or Sail planes

    • C.

      Owner maintained aircraft

    • D.

      Helicopters

    Correct Answer
    A. Hang Gliders or Parachutes
    Explanation
    CAR 202.13 Aircraft Registration does not apply to hang gliders or parachutes. This means that hang gliders and parachutes are not required to be registered under this regulation. The regulation may apply to other types of aircraft such as gliders, sail planes, owner maintained aircraft, and helicopters, but not to hang gliders or parachutes.

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  • 5. 

    Following a request from the minister, the owner must notify the Minister of the location of an aircraft with in ______ Days of that request

    • A.

      30 days

    • B.

      60 days

    • C.

      7 days

    • D.

      3 working days

    Correct Answer
    C. 7 days
    Explanation
    The owner of an aircraft is required to notify the Minister of the location of the aircraft within 7 days of receiving a request from the minister. This implies that there is a time constraint for the owner to provide the information, and they must do so promptly within a week.

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  • 6. 

    No person shall operate a foreign registered aircraft in Canada that has been in Canada for a total of more then _______ Days or more in the preceding twelve months unless the foreign states is a contracting state and the operator is the foreign state, an individual who is a citizen or subject of the foreign state, or a corporation formed in the foreign state.

    • A.

      90 days

    • B.

      30 days

    • C.

      50 days

    • D.

      40 days

    Correct Answer
    A. 90 days
    Explanation
    Foreign registered aircraft are not allowed to operate in Canada for more than 90 days in a consecutive twelve-month period, unless certain conditions are met. These conditions include the foreign state being a contracting state, the operator being the foreign state itself, an individual who is a citizen or subject of the foreign state, or a corporation formed in the foreign state. This regulation ensures that foreign aircraft do not overstay their welcome in Canada and maintains control over the operations of foreign registered aircraft within the country.

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  • 7. 

    The applicant for attaining an AME License must be ______ years of age before attaining their license

    • A.

      16 years of age

    • B.

      21 years of age

    • C.

      20 years of age

    • D.

      18 years of age

    Correct Answer
    B. 21 years of age
    Explanation
    To attain an AME License, the applicant must be 21 years of age before obtaining their license. This requirement ensures that the applicant has reached a certain level of maturity and responsibility necessary for the job. It also aligns with the legal age requirements for certain responsibilities and privileges in many jurisdictions.

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  • 8. 

    Applicants who fail a second or subsequent attempt to pass the CARs exam, will not be reexamined sooner than _______ following each failure

    • A.

      Six Months

    • B.

      60 Days

    • C.

      1 Year

    • D.

      9 Months

    Correct Answer
    A. Six Months
    Explanation
    Applicants who fail a second or subsequent attempt to pass the CARs exam will have to wait for a period of six months before they can be reexamined. This means that if an applicant fails the exam multiple times, they will not be able to retake it until at least six months have passed since their last failure.

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  • 9. 

    The owner of a Canadian aircraft, other than ultra-light aero planes, shall submit to the minister an AAIR        (Annual Airworthiness Information Report) in respect of the aircraft, in the form and manner specified in ?

    • A.

      AWM 507

    • B.

      AWM 501

    • C.

      CAR 625

    • D.

      CAR 507

    Correct Answer
    B. AWM 501
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AWM 501. The AWM (Airworthiness Manual) is a regulatory document issued by Transport Canada that provides guidance and requirements for the airworthiness of aircraft in Canada. AWM 501 specifically pertains to the submission of the AAIR (Annual Airworthiness Information Report) for Canadian aircraft, excluding ultra-light aeroplanes. Therefore, the owner of a Canadian aircraft should refer to AWM 501 to understand the form and manner in which the AAIR should be submitted to the minister.

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  • 10. 

    The owner shall submit the AAIR not later than:

    • A.

      Every 12 months or during every Annual Inspection

    • B.

      6 months proceeding the complete of an annual

    • C.

      Anniversary date of the aircraft`s Registration

    • D.

      Anniversary date of the aircraft`s flight authority or on another date agreed beforehand, by the owner and the Minister

    Correct Answer
    D. Anniversary date of the aircraft`s flight authority or on another date agreed beforehand, by the owner and the Minister
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Anniversary date of the aircraft's flight authority or on another date agreed beforehand, by the owner and the Minister." This means that the owner is required to submit the AAIR (Annual Aircraft Inspection Report) on the anniversary date of the aircraft's flight authority. However, if the owner and the Minister agree upon another date beforehand, then the AAIR should be submitted on that agreed-upon date.

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  • 11. 

    What are the three basic types of Flight Authority

    • A.

      C of A, Special C of A, or Flight permits

    • B.

      Provisional C of A, Flight permit, Type Certificate

    • C.

      Restricted C of A, Special C of A, or C of A Limited

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. C of A, Special C of A, or Flight permits
    Explanation
    The correct answer is C of A, Special C of A, or Flight permits. These are the three basic types of Flight Authority. A Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) is a document issued by the aviation authority that certifies an aircraft is airworthy and meets the necessary safety standards. A Special C of A is issued for aircraft that do not fully meet the standard airworthiness requirements but are allowed to fly under certain conditions. Flight permits are temporary authorizations granted for specific flights or operations.

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  • 12. 

    Specific Purpose Flight Permit can be issued for?

    • A.

      Ferry-flight to a base for repairs or maintenance

    • B.

      Importation or Exportation flights

    • C.

      Demonstration, market survey, or crew training flights

    • D.

      All of the Above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the Above
    Explanation
    A Specific Purpose Flight Permit can be issued for various reasons, including ferry flights to a base for repairs or maintenance, importation or exportation flights, as well as demonstration, market survey, or crew training flights. This means that the permit allows for all of the mentioned purposes, giving the operator the necessary authorization to conduct these specific types of flights.

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  • 13. 

    The types of work operated under a restricted type certificate like Fire prevention and suppression, agricultural spraying, and aerial surveying are defined as?

    • A.

      Specific Purpose operations

    • B.

      Special purpose operations

    • C.

      Restricted Operations

    • D.

      Limited purpose operations

    Correct Answer
    B. Special purpose operations
    Explanation
    Special purpose operations are the types of work operated under a restricted type certificate. These operations include fire prevention and suppression, agricultural spraying, and aerial surveying. Restricted operations or limited purpose operations do not accurately define the specific types of work conducted under a restricted type certificate.

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  • 14. 

    Who must report SDRs?

    • A.

      Flight Training Units

    • B.

      Manufacturers of Aeronautical products

    • C.

      Type Certificate Holders

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    All of the mentioned entities, including Flight Training Units, Manufacturers of Aeronautical products, and Type Certificate Holders, are required to report SDRs (Service Difficulty Reports). SDRs are essential for identifying and addressing potential safety issues or defects in aviation equipment or training procedures. By requiring all these entities to report SDRs, regulatory authorities can gather comprehensive data and take appropriate actions to ensure the safety of the aviation industry.

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  • 15. 

    Failure to comply with an Airworthiness Directive causes:

    • A.

      C of A to be out of Force

    • B.

      Aircraft to be Grounded until the AD has been completed

    • C.

      Owner will lose legal custody and control of the Aircraft

    • D.

      Nothing, the aircraft can continue operating

    Correct Answer
    A. C of A to be out of Force
    Explanation
    Failure to comply with an Airworthiness Directive causes the Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) to be out of force. This means that the aircraft is no longer considered airworthy and cannot legally operate until the AD has been completed and the C of A is reinstated.

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  • 16. 

    Used parts do not require a Maintenance Release:

    • A.

      If the are installed on an aircraft operating under a special C of A in the amateur built or owner-maintenance classification

    • B.

      You can not install a used part without a maintenance release

    • C.

      An airworthy part removed from an aircraft and installed on another aircraft with no intervening storage period

    • D.

      A and C

    Correct Answer
    D. A and C
    Explanation
    Used parts do not require a Maintenance Release if they are installed on an aircraft operating under a special C of A in the amateur built or owner-maintenance classification. Additionally, an airworthy part removed from an aircraft and installed on another aircraft with no intervening storage period also does not require a Maintenance Release. Therefore, the correct answers are A and C.

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  • 17. 

    Where the maintenance release is conditional on a satisfactory test flight:

    • A.

      No person may be carried on board other than essential flight crew and persons necessary for observations during the test flight

    • B.

      Only the pilots are allowed on board

    • C.

      There is no limit to the amount of people being allowed on board an aircraft during a test flight

    • D.

      Only the pilots and one Mechanic endorsed on the aircraft type are allowed on board in conformance with CAR 571 Appendix M

    Correct Answer
    A. No person may be carried on board other than essential flight crew and persons necessary for observations during the test flight
    Explanation
    The correct answer states that no person may be carried on board other than essential flight crew and persons necessary for observations during the test flight. This means that only the necessary personnel, such as pilots and observers, are allowed on board during a test flight. This is important to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the test flight, as having additional people on board could potentially interfere with the testing process.

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  • 18. 

    On all aircraft, out-of-phase tasks in Appendix C must be performed:

    • A.

      On the exact date of the inspection intervals

    • B.

      On or before the listed inspection intervals

    • C.

      On the date of the listed inspection intervals but not longer than 7 days proceeding the Interval date

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. On or before the listed inspection intervals
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "On or before the listed inspection intervals." This means that the out-of-phase tasks in Appendix C can be performed anytime before the scheduled inspection intervals. It could be done earlier than the listed intervals, but it must be completed by the time the inspection is due.

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  • 19. 

    No Air Operators shall operate an aircraft unless the aircraft is maintained in accordance with a:

    • A.

      Aircraft Maintenance Manual

    • B.

      MEL

    • C.

      Maintenance Control System

    • D.

      MMEL

    Correct Answer
    C. Maintenance Control System
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Maintenance Control System. This is because the Maintenance Control System is a set of procedures and processes that ensure the proper maintenance and upkeep of an aircraft. It includes tasks such as inspections, repairs, and record-keeping. By following the Maintenance Control System, air operators can ensure that their aircraft is maintained in accordance with the necessary standards and regulations. The Aircraft Maintenance Manual, MEL (Minimum Equipment List), and MMEL (Master Minimum Equipment List) are also important documents related to aircraft maintenance, but they do not encompass the entire system of procedures and processes like the Maintenance Control System does.

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  • 20. 

    A Vintage Aircraft means an a aircraft that was manufactured prior to:

    • A.

      January 1st, 1957

    • B.

      March 26th, 1996

    • C.

      December 31st, 1945

    • D.

      June 6th, 1944

    Correct Answer
    A. January 1st, 1957
    Explanation
    A vintage aircraft refers to an aircraft that was manufactured before January 1st, 1957. This means that any aircraft manufactured on or after this date would not be considered vintage.

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