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Canadian Aviation Regulations Practice Test 5 Of 6 - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    A Certificate of Airworthiness must be renewed:

    • A.

      Annually

    • B.

      On the anniversary of the C of A, or, on another date agreed upon beforehand with the Minister

    • C.

      Remains in force indefinitely, unless suspended, surrendered, or cancelled

    • D.

      Every five years

    Correct Answer
    C. Remains in force indefinitely, unless suspended, surrendered, or cancelled
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Remains in force indefinitely, unless suspended, surrendered, or cancelled". This means that a Certificate of Airworthiness does not have an expiration date and will continue to be valid unless there are specific circumstances such as suspension, surrender, or cancellation.

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  • 2. 

    Which is not considered specialized work?

    • A.

      Repair by riveting of an aircraft float keel

    • B.

      Swaging a control cable

    • C.

      Repair of a control-system bell crank

    • D.

      Repair by riveting of a fuselage longeron

    Correct Answer
    B. Swaging a control cable
    Explanation
    Swaging a control cable is not considered specialized work. Swaging refers to the process of using a tool to compress and reshape the end of a cable to fit into a fitting or terminal. This process is relatively simple and does not require specialized skills or knowledge. On the other hand, the other options mentioned in the question involve repairing and riveting various components of an aircraft, which require specialized knowledge and skills in aircraft maintenance and repair.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following does not require a maintenance release?

    • A.

      Repairs to aeronautical products that are not major repairs

    • B.

      Elementary work performed on commercial aircraft

    • C.

      Aircraft scheduled inspections

    • D.

      All of the above require a maintenance release

    Correct Answer
    B. Elementary work performed on commercial aircraft
    Explanation
    Elementary work performed on commercial aircraft does not require a maintenance release. A maintenance release is a document that certifies that maintenance work has been completed on an aircraft and it is safe to operate. Repairs to aeronautical products that are not major repairs and aircraft scheduled inspections both involve significant maintenance work and therefore require a maintenance release. However, elementary work refers to simple tasks that do not involve major repairs or inspections, such as cleaning, minor adjustments, or replacing small components. These tasks do not require a maintenance release as they do not significantly impact the safety or operation of the aircraft.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following are not used for the purposes of maintaining aeronautical products?

    • A.

      Flight time

    • B.

      Air time

    • C.

      Calendar time

    • D.

      Cycles

    Correct Answer
    A. Flight time
    Explanation
    Flight time is not used for the purposes of maintaining aeronautical products because it refers to the amount of time an aircraft spends in the air during a flight. Maintenance of aeronautical products is typically based on factors such as calendar time, which refers to the passage of time, and cycles, which refers to the number of takeoffs and landings. Air time, on the other hand, is not a commonly used term in the context of maintaining aeronautical products.

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  • 5. 

    An aircraft operating under CAR Part VII is:

    • A.

      A commercial aircraft

    • B.

      A state aircraft

    • C.

      A flight training unit aircraft

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    A. A commercial aircraft
    Explanation
    An aircraft operating under CAR Part VII is considered a commercial aircraft because it falls under the regulations and guidelines set forth by the Civil Aviation Requirements (CAR) governing commercial aviation activities. This means that the aircraft is used for commercial purposes such as transporting passengers or cargo for hire or reward.

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  • 6. 

    Generally, magnetic compasses must be re-calibrated:

    • A.

      Every 12 months

    • B.

      Every 24 months

    • C.

      Every 6 months

    • D.

      Every 12 months on IFR aircraft only

    Correct Answer
    A. Every 12 months
    Explanation
    Magnetic compasses must be re-calibrated every 12 months. This is necessary because over time, the accuracy of the compass can be affected by various factors such as electromagnetic interference, temperature changes, and mechanical wear. Regular re-calibration ensures that the compass remains accurate and reliable for navigation purposes.

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  • 7. 

    Before the coming into force of CARs, Type Certificates issued by Transport Canada were called:

    • A.

      Type Designs

    • B.

      Supplemental Type Certificates

    • C.

      Type Approvals

    • D.

      Approved Type Designs

    Correct Answer
    C. Type Approvals
    Explanation
    Before the coming into force of CARs, Type Certificates issued by Transport Canada were called Type Approvals.

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  • 8. 

    When a life limited part has reached the time in service authorized by its type design:

    • A.

      The part must be overhauled by an approved facility before it is returned to service

    • B.

      The aircraft owner must apply to Transport Canada for a service life extension

    • C.

      An appropriately rated AME may overhaul the part and sign a maintenance release certifying the overhaul

    • D.

      The part shall be rendered unusable, or identified as not airworthy and kept segregated from airworthy Parts.

    Correct Answer
    D. The part shall be rendered unusable, or identified as not airworthy and kept segregated from airworthy Parts.
    Explanation
    When a life limited part has reached the time in service authorized by its type design, it must be rendered unusable or identified as not airworthy and kept segregated from airworthy parts. This is necessary to ensure the safety and integrity of the aircraft. Overhauling the part, applying for a service life extension, or having an AME overhaul the part and sign a maintenance release are not mentioned as requirements in this scenario.

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  • 9. 

    A person employed by an AMO may sign a maintenance release for on-aircraft maintenance work:

    • A.

      Provided the person is authorized to do so in the MPM of the AMO

    • B.

      Provided the person is an appropriately rated AME and is the holder of an ACA issued by the AMO

    • C.

      Provided the person holds an appropriately rated AME licence

    • D.

      Provided the person holds an appropriately rated AME licence and is the holder of an SCA authorizing the person to certify the maintenance under CAR 573

    Correct Answer
    B. Provided the person is an appropriately rated AME and is the holder of an ACA issued by the AMO
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the person employed by an AMO may sign a maintenance release for on-aircraft maintenance work if they are an appropriately rated AME and holder of an ACA issued by the AMO. This means that the person must have the necessary qualifications and authorization from the AMO to certify the maintenance work.

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  • 10. 

    ELT testing must be limited to a duration of no more than:

    • A.

      Ten seconds

    • B.

      One minute

    • C.

      Five seconds

    • D.

      Five minutes

    Correct Answer
    C. Five seconds
    Explanation
    ELT testing refers to the process of testing the Emergency Locator Transmitter, which is a device used in aircraft to transmit distress signals in case of an emergency. The testing of this device should be limited to a duration of no more than five seconds. This is because prolonged testing can interfere with the aircraft's communication systems and cause unnecessary disruption. Therefore, it is important to adhere to this time limit to ensure the proper functioning of the ELT without causing any adverse effects.

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  • 11. 

    Amendments to an AMO's MPM must be incorporated within:

    • A.

      30 days after approval

    • B.

      60 days after approval

    • C.

      Immediately

    • D.

      As soon as practicable, but at least prior to any maintenance being performed

    Correct Answer
    A. 30 days after approval
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 30 days after approval. This means that any amendments to an AMO's MPM (Maintenance Procedures Manual) must be incorporated within 30 days after they have been approved. It is important for the AMO to update its MPM in a timely manner to ensure that all maintenance procedures are up to date and in compliance with regulations.

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  • 12. 

    The holder of any Canadian aviation document must produce it on demand to:

    • A.

      A peace officer, immigration officer, or public notary

    • B.

      A peace officer, the Minister, or an immigration officer

    • C.

      The RCMP or a representative of the Minister

    • D.

      Only to the Minister

    Correct Answer
    B. A peace officer, the Minister, or an immigration officer
    Explanation
    The holder of any Canadian aviation document must produce it on demand to a peace officer, the Minister, or an immigration officer. This means that if requested, the individual must show their aviation document to any of these authorities.

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  • 13. 

    The 24-0043 application form for a C of A must be submitted within____ days of the date on which the aircraft's condition was certified.

    • A.

      30 days

    • B.

      60 days

    • C.

      7 days

    • D.

      There is no restriction- as long as the aircraft is maintained in airworthy condition

    Correct Answer
    A. 30 days
    Explanation
    The 24-0043 application form for a Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) must be submitted within 30 days of the date on which the aircraft's condition was certified. This means that once the aircraft's condition has been determined to meet the necessary standards for airworthiness, the application form must be submitted within 30 days to complete the certification process. It is important to adhere to this timeline to ensure that the aircraft remains in compliance with regulatory requirements.

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  • 14. 

    An amendment to a Weight and Balance Report must be made:

    • A.

      Where there is a change of more than 2% in the empty weight of the aircraft

    • B.

      Following any change to the empty weight or C of G of the aircraft

    • C.

      Following any change to the empty weight

    • D.

      Every 5 years

    Correct Answer
    B. Following any change to the empty weight or C of G of the aircraft
    Explanation
    An amendment to a Weight and Balance Report must be made following any change to the empty weight or center of gravity (C of G) of the aircraft. This means that if there is any alteration to the empty weight or the distribution of weight within the aircraft, a new report must be created to reflect these changes. This ensures that accurate weight and balance calculations are maintained for safe operation of the aircraft.

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  • 15. 

    When an aircraft is sold, the Certificate of Airworthiness:

    • A.

      Is revoked until such a time as the aircraft is re-certified pursuant to CAR 507

    • B.

      Becomes a temporary C of A, for the lesser of thirty days or C of A re-issue

    • C.

      Is transferable with the aircraft, providing the aircraft remains a Canadian registered aircraft

    • D.

      None of the above is true

    Correct Answer
    C. Is transferable with the aircraft, providing the aircraft remains a Canadian registered aircraft
    Explanation
    When an aircraft is sold, the Certificate of Airworthiness is transferable with the aircraft, as long as the aircraft remains registered in Canada. This means that the new owner can continue to operate the aircraft with the existing Certificate of Airworthiness, without the need for re-certification.

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  • 16. 

    When the maintenance recommendations of an aircraft manufacturer differ from those of the engine manufacturer:

    • A.

      The maintenance recommendations of the engine manufacturer shall be used

    • B.

      The certifying authority must make a determination based on industry practices

    • C.

      The recommendations that provide the greatest margin of safety shall be used

    • D.

      The maintenance recommendations of the aircraft manufacturer shall be used

    Correct Answer
    D. The maintenance recommendations of the aircraft manufacturer shall be used
    Explanation
    When the maintenance recommendations of an aircraft manufacturer differ from those of the engine manufacturer, the correct answer is that the maintenance recommendations of the aircraft manufacturer shall be used. This is because the aircraft manufacturer has specific knowledge and understanding of their own aircraft and how it should be maintained. They have designed and built the aircraft, so their recommendations are likely to be the most accurate and appropriate for maintaining the aircraft's safety and performance.

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  • 17. 

    Aeronautical Products include:

    • A.

      Aircraft

    • B.

      Aircraft engines

    • C.

      Aircraft appliances

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because aeronautical products include not only aircraft but also aircraft engines and aircraft appliances. This means that any product related to aircraft, including the aircraft themselves, their engines, and their appliances, falls under the category of aeronautical products.

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  • 18. 

    What must an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) do before performing any maintenance that requires the removal of an aircraft's identification plate according to the Canadian Aviation Regulations?

    • A.

      Remove the identification plate without any special permission, as long as it is documented in the aircraft's maintenance records.

    • B.

      Notify the nearest airport authority before proceeding with the removal of the identification plate.

    • C.

      Obtain written authorization from the Minister of Transport before removing the aircraft identification plate.

    • D.

      Directly inform the aircraft's owner and await their approval before removing the identification plate.

    Correct Answer
    C. Obtain written authorization from the Minister of Transport before removing the aircraft identification plate.
    Explanation
    The Canadian Aviation Regulations stipulate strict guidelines regarding the removal of an aircraft's identification plate. An AME must obtain written authorization from the Minister of Transport before performing any maintenance that requires the removal of this plate. This regulation ensures the proper tracking and identification of aircraft, maintaining the integrity and traceability of the aircraft's identity throughout its service life.

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  • 19. 

    The statement - Any machine capable of deriving support in the atmosphere from reactions of the air, other than a machine designed to derive support in the atmosphere from reactions against the earth's surface of air expelled from the machine, and includes a rocket , defines:

    • A.

      Hovercraft

    • B.

      Aeroplane

    • C.

      Aircraft

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Aircraft
    Explanation
    The statement defines "Aircraft". It states that an aircraft is any machine that can derive support in the atmosphere from reactions of the air, excluding machines designed to derive support from reactions against the earth's surface. This definition includes a rocket, which is a type of aircraft. Therefore, the correct answer is "Aircraft".

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  • 20. 

    The height of the letters in the marks displayed on a heavier-than-air aircraft, that does not display marks under the wing or cabin shall be:

    • A.

      11.8 inches

    • B.

      20 cm

    • C.

      15 cm

    • D.

      19.68 inches

    Correct Answer
    A. 11.8 inches
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 11.8 inches. This is the height of the letters in the marks displayed on a heavier-than-air aircraft that does not display marks under the wing or cabin. The height of the letters is specified to ensure visibility and readability of the marks from a distance.

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  • 21. 

    An amendment to an aircraft's weight and balance report must be certified by:

    • A.

      The signing of a maintenance release by an appropriately rated AME

    • B.

      The aircraft owner, providing the aircraft is a private aircraft

    • C.

      By a person authorized to do so as an AIR pursuant to the MPM of a properly rated AMO

    • D.

      Re-weighing the aircraft, if it is a large aircraft

    Correct Answer
    A. The signing of a maintenance release by an appropriately rated AME
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the signing of a maintenance release by an appropriately rated AME. This is because an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) is responsible for certifying that any changes made to an aircraft's weight and balance report are accurate and safe. The maintenance release is a document that confirms that the necessary inspections and repairs have been completed, and the aircraft is in a condition for safe operation. Only an appropriately rated AME, who has the necessary knowledge and qualifications, can sign this document to certify the amendment to the weight and balance report.

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  • 22. 

    An AME can exercise the privileges of the licence only when:

    • A.

      Maintenance certification is made through the MPM of an appropriately rated AMO

    • B.

      Recency requirements have been met as per AWM 566

    • C.

      The AME has performed aircraft maintenance for 3 months of the preceding 2 years

    • D.

      Both a and c are true

    Correct Answer
    B. Recency requirements have been met as per AWM 566
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Recency requirements have been met as per AWM 566." This means that an AME can only exercise the privileges of their license if they have met the recency requirements outlined in AWM 566. This ensures that the AME has recent experience and knowledge in aircraft maintenance, which is necessary to perform their duties safely and effectively.

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  • 23. 

    CAR 202.69(l) - The Minister shall establish, maintain and publish a register of aircraft, to be know as the:

    • A.

      Canada Gazette

    • B.

      North American Aircraft Register

    • C.

      Consolidated Aircraft Register

    • D.

      Canadian Civil Aircraft Register

    Correct Answer
    D. Canadian Civil Aircraft Register
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Canadian Civil Aircraft Register. This register is established, maintained, and published by the Minister in accordance with CAR 202.69(l). It serves as a record of all aircraft registered in Canada.

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  • 24. 

    Notices to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Owners (NAMEOs) were replaced by

    • A.

      Service bulletins

    • B.

      SDRs

    • C.

      Service difficulty alerts

    • D.

      Airworthiness notices

    Correct Answer
    D. Airworthiness notices
    Explanation
    Airworthiness notices replaced Notices to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Owners (NAMEOs). Airworthiness notices are issued by aviation authorities to inform aircraft maintenance engineers and owners about potential safety issues or required inspections, repairs, or modifications. They provide important information to ensure the continued airworthiness and safety of the aircraft.

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  • 25. 

    Which part of CARs contains the standards for aircraft equipment and maintenance?

    • A.

      Appendix H, CAR 605

    • B.

      Appendix G, CAR 571

    • C.

      CAR 625

    • D.

      AWM Chapter 571

    Correct Answer
    C. CAR 625
    Explanation
    CAR 625 contains the standards for aircraft equipment and maintenance.

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  • 26. 

    What is the primary privilege of an AME?

    • A.

      To carry out annual inspections on Canadian and foreign registered aircraft

    • B.

      To certify out specialized maintenance for an Approved Maintenance Organization

    • C.

      To sign a maintenance release

    • D.

      To assume responsibility for the maintenance of an aircraft

    Correct Answer
    C. To sign a maintenance release
    Explanation
    The primary privilege of an AME is to sign a maintenance release. This means that an AME has the authority to certify that the maintenance work on an aircraft has been completed according to the required standards and regulations. By signing the maintenance release, the AME assumes responsibility for the maintenance of the aircraft and confirms that it is safe and airworthy. This privilege is important as it ensures that the aircraft has undergone proper maintenance and is fit for flight.

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  • 27. 

    The definition of "airworthy," in respect of an aeronautical product is:

    • A.

      In a fit and safe state for flight, and in conformance with internationally recognized standards of airworthiness

    • B.

      In conformance with the applicable standards of airworthiness

    • C.

      No feature of the aeronautical product creates or may create a hazard to aviation

    • D.

      In a fit and safe state for flight, and in conformance with its type design

    Correct Answer
    D. In a fit and safe state for flight, and in conformance with its type design
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "In a fit and safe state for flight, and in conformance with its type design." This definition of "airworthy" means that the aircraft is in a condition that is suitable and safe for flight, and it meets the specific design requirements set for that particular type of aircraft. It ensures that the aircraft is not only physically capable of flying but also meets the necessary standards and specifications outlined in its design.

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  • 28. 

    Airworthiness limitation means:

    • A.

      A limitation in relation to an aeronautical product in the form of a life limit or a maintenance task that is mandatory as a condition of the type certificate

    • B.

      A limitation in relation to an aeronautical product in the form of operating restrictions

    • C.

      Operating limitations of an aircraft's air frame, engines, or associated systems

    • D.

      Maximum published tolerances of an aircraft's air frame, engines, or associated systems.

    Correct Answer
    A. A limitation in relation to an aeronautical product in the form of a life limit or a maintenance task that is mandatory as a condition of the type certificate
    Explanation
    Airworthiness limitation refers to a restriction or requirement imposed on an aeronautical product, such as an aircraft, in the form of a life limit or a mandatory maintenance task. These limitations are necessary for the product to maintain its airworthiness and are typically specified as a condition of the type certificate. In other words, it is a set of guidelines or restrictions that must be followed to ensure the continued safe operation of the aeronautical product.

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  • 29. 

    Standards for licensing AME's are found in

    • A.

      AWM Chapter 565

    • B.

      CAR 403

    • C.

      AWM Chapter 566

    • D.

      CAR Part VI

    Correct Answer
    C. AWM Chapter 566
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AWM Chapter 566. This chapter in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) Manual contains the standards for licensing AMEs. It likely includes information on the qualifications, training, and certification requirements that AMEs must meet in order to obtain and maintain their licenses. The other options, AWM Chapter 565, CAR 403, and CAR Part VI, are not specifically related to the licensing standards for AMEs.

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  • 30. 

    How long must an applicant wait to attempt a rewrite after the first failure of an AME exam?

    • A.

      6 months

    • B.

      2 weeks

    • C.

      60 days

    • D.

      30 days

    Correct Answer
    D. 30 days
    Explanation
    After failing an AME exam, the applicant must wait for 30 days before attempting a rewrite. This waiting period allows the applicant to review and study the material again before attempting the exam. It also ensures that the applicant has enough time to adequately prepare for the retake, increasing the chances of success. A shorter waiting period may not provide enough time for proper review and preparation, while a longer waiting period may delay the applicant's progress. Therefore, 30 days strikes a balance between allowing sufficient time for preparation and minimizing unnecessary delays.

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  • 31. 

    Which of the following is considered specialized maintenance on non-pressurized aircraft skin or the skin of an aircraft float?

    • A.

      A repair to damage exceeding 6 inches in any direction

    • B.

      Any repair requiring the installation of rivets

    • C.

      A repair to a skin that extends over a rib, former, or longeron

    • D.

      Any repair to a skin that requires the use of a support, jig, or fixture

    Correct Answer
    D. Any repair to a skin that requires the use of a support, jig, or fixture
    Explanation
    Specialized maintenance on non-pressurized aircraft skin or the skin of an aircraft float refers to repairs that require the use of a support, jig, or fixture. This means that the repair cannot be done simply by hand or without any additional equipment. The use of a support, jig, or fixture indicates that the repair is more complex and may require specialized tools or techniques. This type of repair is necessary when the damage to the skin is significant and requires additional support or stabilization during the repair process.

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  • 32. 

    An AME licence is not considered current unless:

    • A.

      The licence was issued in the preceding 24 months:

    • B.

      In the preceding 24 months, the holder has, for at least six months, supervised the performance of aircraft maintenance

    • C.

      In the preceding 24 months, the holder has, for at least six months, served as an aviation maintenance instructor

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    To have a current AME license, all of the conditions mentioned must be met. The license must have been issued in the preceding 24 months, and within that time period, the holder must have supervised aircraft maintenance for at least six months and also served as an aviation maintenance instructor for at least six months. Only when all of these conditions are fulfilled can the AME license be considered current.

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  • 33. 

    An Interim Registration is issued when:

    • A.

      There is a change in legal custody and control of the aircraft, and the new owner of the aircraft intends to operate the aircraft in a commercial operation

    • B.

      A non-registered aircraft is imported to Canada from any country other than the United States

    • C.

      There is a change in legal custody and control and the new owner is qualified to be a Canadian owner

    • D.

      The documentation needed for a continuing registration cannot be immediately completed

    Correct Answer
    C. There is a change in legal custody and control and the new owner is qualified to be a Canadian owner
    Explanation
    An Interim Registration is issued when there is a change in legal custody and control of the aircraft, and the new owner is qualified to be a Canadian owner. This means that if the ownership of the aircraft changes and the new owner meets the qualifications to be a Canadian owner, an Interim Registration will be issued. This allows the new owner to operate the aircraft while the necessary documentation for a continuing registration is being completed.

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  • 34. 

    An ELT may only be tested:

    • A.

      During the first five minutes of any hour

    • B.

      After the first five minutes of any hour

    • C.

      In a facility appropriate to the testing of electronic warning devices

    • D.

      After notifying Transport Canada of the intent to test the ELT and arranging a suitable time

    Correct Answer
    A. During the first five minutes of any hour
    Explanation
    An ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter) may only be tested during the first five minutes of any hour. This is likely because during this time frame, the testing will cause the least disruption and interference with other electronic devices or communication systems. It allows for a controlled and scheduled testing process, ensuring that the ELT is functioning properly without causing unnecessary disturbances.

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  • 35. 

    A special C of A is a type of:

    • A.

      Registration

    • B.

      Flight Permit

    • C.

      Type certificate

    • D.

      Flight authority

    Correct Answer
    D. Flight authority
    Explanation
    A special C of A (Certificate of Airworthiness) is a type of flight authority that grants permission for an aircraft to fly. It is issued by the aviation regulatory authority and indicates that the aircraft is safe and meets all the necessary requirements for operation. This certificate is specific to a particular aircraft and is valid for a limited period of time. It ensures that the aircraft has undergone the necessary inspections and maintenance to ensure its airworthiness.

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  • 36. 

    The statement "a power-driven heavier-than-air aircraft that derives its lift from aerodynamic reactions on surfaces that remain fixed during flight," defines:

    • A.

      A Helicopter

    • B.

      An aeroplane

    • C.

      A hovercraft

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. An aeroplane
    Explanation
    The given statement describes an aeroplane. A helicopter is also a power-driven aircraft, but it derives lift from rotating blades rather than fixed surfaces. A hovercraft, on the other hand, is not an aircraft and does not derive lift from aerodynamic reactions. Therefore, the correct answer is an aeroplane.

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  • 37. 

    A special C of A, provisional, is issued for:

    • A.

      The purposes of importing a non-registered aircraft into Canada

    • B.

      A damaged aircraft that is no longer in conformance with its type design, but is capable of safe flight

    • C.

      An aircraft used in a special purpose operation, such as fire suppression, aerial survey, or aerial application

    • D.

      An aircraft with a provisional type certificate

    Correct Answer
    D. An aircraft with a provisional type certificate
    Explanation
    A special C of A, provisional, is issued for an aircraft with a provisional type certificate. This means that the aircraft has not yet received a full type certificate, but is allowed to operate under certain conditions while it undergoes further testing and evaluation. This provisional certificate allows the aircraft to be used for limited purposes until it meets all the necessary requirements for a full type certificate.

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  • 38. 

    The maximum static leak rate for the altimeter of an unpressurized aircraft is:

    • A.

      50 ft/min

    • B.

      150 ft/min

    • C.

      100 ft/min

    • D.

      200 ft/min

    Correct Answer
    C. 100 ft/min
    Explanation
    The maximum static leak rate for the altimeter of an unpressurized aircraft is 100 ft/min. This means that the altimeter can tolerate a leakage of air at a rate of up to 100 feet per minute without affecting its accuracy. If the leak rate exceeds this limit, the altimeter may not provide accurate altitude readings.

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  • 39. 

    The standards for the inspection and testing of altimeter systems are found in

    • A.

      Appendix C, CAR 605

    • B.

      Appendix B, AWM 571

    • C.

      Appendix D, CAR 625

    • D.

      Schedule II, CAR 571

    Correct Answer
    B. Appendix B, AWM 571
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Appendix B, AWM 571. This is because the standards for the inspection and testing of altimeter systems can be found in Appendix B of the AWM (Airworthiness Manual) 571.

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  • 40. 

    Which of the following aircraft must be maintained to the standards of Appendix C Out of Phase Tasks. of CAR 625?

    • A.

      Aircraft operated under CAR Part IV or CAR Part VII

    • B.

      Large, turbine-powered pressurized aircraft

    • C.

      State aircraft

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    All of the above options must be maintained to the standards of Appendix C Out of Phase Tasks of CAR 625. This means that aircraft operated under CAR Part IV or CAR Part VII, large turbine-powered pressurized aircraft, and state aircraft all need to adhere to the maintenance standards outlined in Appendix C.

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  • 41. 

    Which of the following is NOT a type certificate category?

    • A.

      Private

    • B.

      Transport

    • C.

      Utility

    • D.

      Manned free balloon

    Correct Answer
    A. Private
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Private" because it is the only option that does not represent a type certificate category. Type certificate categories are classifications used in aviation to categorize different types of aircraft based on their intended use and design characteristics. The options "Transport," "Utility," and "Manned free balloon" all represent valid type certificate categories, while "Private" does not.

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  • 42. 

    Tachometer calibration must be checked:

    • A.

      Every 24 months on turbine-powered aircraft operating under CAR Part IV or CAR Part VII

    • B.

      At least every annual inspection

    • C.

      Every 24 months

    • D.

      At least annually on every piston or turbine engine driving a variable pitch propeller or rotor

    Correct Answer
    B. At least every annual inspection
    Explanation
    The tachometer calibration must be checked at least every annual inspection. This is important to ensure that the tachometer is accurately measuring and displaying the engine's RPM (revolutions per minute). Regular calibration helps maintain the accuracy of the tachometer, which is crucial for monitoring engine performance and ensuring safe operation of the aircraft. Checking the calibration during the annual inspection ensures that any necessary adjustments or repairs can be made in a timely manner.

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  • 43. 

    A damaged aircraft which no longer conforms to its type design, but is capable of safe flight, would require which type of flight authority?

    • A.

      Specific purpose flight permit issued pursuant to CAR 507

    • B.

      Special C of A - restricted issued pursuant to CAR 507

    • C.

      Special C of A - provisional issued pursuant to CAR 507

    • D.

      No flight authority can be issued until repairs are completed and certified under CAR 571.10

    Correct Answer
    A. Specific purpose flight permit issued pursuant to CAR 507
    Explanation
    A damaged aircraft that no longer conforms to its type design but is still capable of safe flight would require a specific purpose flight permit issued pursuant to CAR 507. This permit allows the aircraft to fly for a specific purpose, such as testing or ferrying to a repair facility, while still ensuring safety. Special C of A - restricted and Special C of A - provisional are not appropriate in this case as they are issued for different circumstances. No flight authority can be issued until repairs are completed and certified under CAR 571.10, so it is not the correct answer.

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  • 44. 

    An aircraft modified for aerial survey would most likely be issued which type of flight authority?

    • A.

      Special C of A provisional, providing the aircraft met the original conditions of issuance for the type certificate

    • B.

      Special C of A restricted

    • C.

      Specific purpose flight permit issued pursuant to CAR 507

    • D.

      Interim C of A issued pursuant to CAR 507

    Correct Answer
    B. Special C of A restricted
    Explanation
    An aircraft modified for aerial survey would most likely be issued a Special C of A restricted flight authority. This type of authority is typically issued for aircraft that have been modified or have special equipment installed, such as for aerial survey purposes. It allows the aircraft to operate under certain restrictions or limitations specified by the aviation authority. This ensures that the aircraft meets the necessary safety requirements for its specific purpose while still maintaining the original conditions of issuance for the type certificate.

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  • 45. 

    Following certification for condition and conformity of an aircraft by an AME for an export C of A the aircraft must:

    • A.

      Be properly configured for its intended use

    • B.

      Exported within 30 days of certification

    • C.

      The aircraft must be de-registered, and the Minister notified of the sale within 7 days

    • D.

      The aircraft must be maintained in the certified condition throughout the exportation process

    Correct Answer
    D. The aircraft must be maintained in the certified condition throughout the exportation process
    Explanation
    The correct answer states that the aircraft must be maintained in the certified condition throughout the exportation process. This means that after the certification for condition and conformity of the aircraft, it must continue to meet all the necessary requirements and standards until it is successfully exported. This ensures that the aircraft remains in a safe and compliant state during the exportation process, maintaining its airworthiness and conforming to regulations.

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  • 46. 

    The person responsible for maintenance for an aircraft category AMO must:

    • A.

      Hold an AME licence with ratings applicable to the AMO category

    • B.

      Have at least 6 years experience in aircraft maintenance

    • C.

      Be the holder of an appropriately rated AME licence and successfully complete a CARs exam on maintenance management

    • D.

      Appoint a director of maintenance, a production manager, and a quality assurance manager

    Correct Answer
    B. Have at least 6 years experience in aircraft maintenance
    Explanation
    The person responsible for maintenance for an aircraft category AMO must have at least 6 years of experience in aircraft maintenance. This requirement ensures that the person has sufficient knowledge and expertise in aircraft maintenance to effectively carry out their responsibilities. It also indicates that they have likely gained practical experience and encountered various maintenance scenarios, allowing them to make informed decisions and effectively manage maintenance operations.

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  • 47. 

    Which of the following may be used as a source of approved data for a major modification or major repair? 

    • A.

      A repair design authorized by the holder of an aircraft certification authority

    • B.

      Applicable information in the FAA Advisory Circulars AC 43.13-l and AC 43.13-2

    • C.

      Manufacturer's Structural Repair Manuals

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. None of the above
  • 48. 

    A used part does not require a maintenance release if:

    • A.

      An AME inspects it for condition and conformity

    • B.

      The part is removed from an airworthy aircraft, and subjected to an inspection for condition and conformity

    • C.

      A used part must have a maintenance release in all cases

    • D.

      It is an airworthy part removed from an aircraft and installed on another aircraft with no intervening storage Period

    Correct Answer
    D. It is an airworthy part removed from an aircraft and installed on another aircraft with no intervening storage Period
    Explanation
    According to the given information, a used part does not require a maintenance release if it is an airworthy part removed from an aircraft and installed on another aircraft with no intervening storage period. This means that if the part is in good condition and conforms to the necessary standards, it can be directly installed on another aircraft without the need for a maintenance release.

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  • 49. 

    Which AMO program consists of provisions for sampling maintenance processes to evaluate the AMO's ability to perform its maintenance in a safe manner?

    • A.

      Evaluation program

    • B.

      Quality program

    • C.

      Technical dispatch program

    • D.

      Quality assurance program

    Correct Answer
    D. Quality assurance program
    Explanation
    The quality assurance program consists of provisions for sampling maintenance processes to evaluate the AMO's ability to perform its maintenance in a safe manner. This program ensures that the maintenance procedures and practices are carried out correctly and up to the required standards, thereby ensuring the safety of the maintenance operations. It helps in identifying any deficiencies or areas of improvement in the maintenance processes and allows for corrective actions to be taken to maintain a high level of safety in the maintenance operations.

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