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Canadian Aviation Regulations Practice Test 2 Of 6 - Quiz

Below is a quiz that will help you study the Canadian Aviation Regulations. Do you think you have enough knowledge to answer each question successfully?


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How is the MPM for an AMO amended?

    • A.

      Proposed amendments are sent for approval to TC by the AMO certificate holder

    • B.

      TC is responsible to amend an MPM when significant changes in regulations occur

    • C.

      AN MPM may be amended by the PRM on the anniversary date of initial approval

    • D.

      MPM amendments may be authorized by the QA department

    Correct Answer
    A. Proposed amendments are sent for approval to TC by the AMO certificate holder
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that proposed amendments are sent for approval to TC by the AMO certificate holder. This means that when an AMO (Approved Maintenance Organization) wants to make changes to their Maintenance Procedures Manual (MPM), they must submit their proposed amendments to the TC (Transport Canada) for approval. The TC is responsible for reviewing and approving these amendments before they can be implemented. This ensures that any changes made to the MPM comply with regulations and maintain the required standards of the AMO.

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  • 2. 

    Where are overhaul intervals for variable pitch propellers found?

    • A.

      Car 625, Appendix C, Out of Phase Tasks

    • B.

      STD 571, Appendix D, Inspection of Aircraft Propellers

    • C.

      CAR 571.13 Installation of Parts

    • D.

      CAR 605, Aircraft Equipment Requirements

    Correct Answer
    A. Car 625, Appendix C, Out of Phase Tasks
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Car 625, Appendix C, Out of Phase Tasks. This is because Appendix C of Car 625 provides information on out of phase tasks, which includes overhaul intervals for variable pitch propellers.

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  • 3. 

    AMO personnel records must be preserved:

    • A.

      For as long as the AMO certificate is valid

    • B.

      For five years

    • C.

      For two years after the last entry is made

    • D.

      As long as the individual continues to hold an authorization granted by the AMO

    Correct Answer
    C. For two years after the last entry is made
    Explanation
    AMO personnel records must be preserved for two years after the last entry is made. This means that once the last entry is made in the record, the records must be kept for an additional two years. This ensures that all relevant information is retained for a reasonable period of time after any updates or changes have been made. It allows for easy access to historical data and helps to maintain accurate and up-to-date records for the AMO personnel.

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  • 4. 

    How often must an AMO carry out update training for its staff

    • A.

      The cycle for update training shall not one year

    • B.

      The cycle for update training shall not exceed 18 months

    • C.

      The cycle for update training shall not exceed three years.

    • D.

      The cycle for update training shall not exceed two years.

    Correct Answer
    C. The cycle for update training shall not exceed three years.
  • 5. 

    When can an inspection sheet forming part of the tech records of an aircraft be discarded?

    • A.

      Inspection sheets may not be discarded as long as the aircraft remains registered

    • B.

      Technical records pertaining to repetitive inspections of aircraft need only be retained until the inspection activity is repeated

    • C.

      Inspection sheets may be discarded two years after the inspection has been carried out

    • D.

      Inspection sheets may be discarded five years after the inspection has been carried out

    Correct Answer
    B. Technical records pertaining to repetitive inspections of aircraft need only be retained until the inspection activity is repeated
  • 6. 

    What are the maximum AME licence time credits?

    • A.

      150 hrs/month or 1800 hrs/Yr

    • B.

      Maximum AME time credits are based on documented time

    • C.

      160 hrs/month

    • D.

      There are no maximum time credits, but a minimum of 6 months every two years is mandatory

    Correct Answer
    A. 150 hrs/month or 1800 hrs/Yr
    Explanation
    The maximum AME licence time credits are 150 hours per month or 1800 hours per year. This means that an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) can accumulate up to 150 hours of credit towards their licence in a month or 1800 hours in a year. These time credits are based on documented time, indicating that the AME must have proper documentation to prove their accumulated hours.

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  • 7. 

    When an aircraft is damaged, which section of CARs is best consulted to determine whether the repair is a major or minor repair?

    • A.

      CAR 571 Schedule II Specialized Maintenance

    • B.

      STD 571 Appendix A Criteria for classification of Modifications and Repairs

    • C.

      CAR 511 Approval of Modification and Repair Designs

    • D.

      STD 571 Appendix L Major Repair or Major Modification Report

    Correct Answer
    B. STD 571 Appendix A Criteria for classification of Modifications and Repairs
    Explanation
    The correct answer is STD 571 Appendix A Criteria for classification of Modifications and Repairs. This section provides the criteria for classifying repairs as major or minor. It outlines the factors that should be considered, such as the extent of the damage, the effect on the aircraft's structural strength, and the need for specialized tools or skills. By consulting this appendix, one can determine whether a repair falls into the category of major or minor.

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  • 8. 

    Which types of AME licence are specific to types of work rather than types of aircraft?

    • A.

      M1, M2

    • B.

      M1, M2, S, E

    • C.

      All AME licences are restricted to aircraft types

    • D.

      S,E

    Correct Answer
    D. S,E
    Explanation
    S and E are the types of AME licenses that are specific to types of work rather than types of aircraft. This means that these licenses allow the holder to perform certain specialized tasks or maintenance activities, regardless of the specific type of aircraft they are working on. The M1 and M2 licenses, on the other hand, are specific to types of aircraft and cover general maintenance and repair work. The answer choice "All AME licenses are restricted to aircraft types" is incorrect as it contradicts the fact that S and E licenses are not restricted to aircraft types.

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  • 9. 

    Where are the standards for altimeter system test and inspection found?

    • A.

      STD 571, Appendix B

    • B.

      CAR 625, Appendix C

    • C.

      CAR 571, Schedule II

    • D.

      CAR 625, Appendix B, Part I

    Correct Answer
    A. STD 571, Appendix B
    Explanation
    The standards for altimeter system test and inspection can be found in STD 571, Appendix B.

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  • 10. 

    When may an ELT be tested?

    • A.

      Between 0700 and 0725 GMT for ten seconds

    • B.

      During the first five minutes of any hour for five seconds

    • C.

      During the last five minutes of any hour for ten seconds

    • D.

      During the first ten minutes of any hour for ten seconds

    Correct Answer
    B. During the first five minutes of any hour for five seconds
    Explanation
    An ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter) may be tested during the first five minutes of any hour for five seconds. This allows for regular testing of the ELT to ensure it is functioning properly without causing unnecessary disruptions or false alarms. Testing during this specific time frame allows for coordination and avoids interfering with other important communications or operations.

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  • 11. 

    A special C of A provisional is issued for:

    • A.

      The purpose of importing a non-registered aircraft into Canada

    • B.

      A damaged aircraft that no longer conforms to its approved type design, but is capable of safe flight

    • C.

      An aircraft with a provisional type certificate

    • D.

      An aircraft with a provisional registration

    Correct Answer
    C. 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 its full type certificate, but has been granted a temporary certificate allowing it to operate under certain conditions. This provisional certificate is issued to ensure that the aircraft is safe to fly while it undergoes further testing and evaluation to meet all the requirements for a full type certificate.

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  • 12. 

    Which category(s) of AME licence is required for the certification of maintenance carried out on a Transport Category aeroplane?

    • A.

      M1

    • B.

      M2

    • C.

      M1 or M2

    • D.

      M2, E, or S, depending on the nature of the work being carried out.

    Correct Answer
    D. M2, E, or S, depending on the nature of the work being carried out.
    Explanation
    The certification of maintenance carried out on a Transport Category aeroplane requires an M2, E, or S category of AME licence. The specific category depends on the nature of the work being carried out.

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  • 13. 

    Which of the following are forms of approved data for major modifications or repairs?

    • A.

      STC, Repair Design Approval

    • B.

      Drawings or methods described in the AC43-13

    • C.

      Manufacturer's Structural Repair Manual

    • D.

      Drawings or methods described in an AD

    Correct Answer
    A. STC, Repair Design Approval
    Explanation
    STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) and Repair Design Approval are both forms of approved data for major modifications or repairs. An STC is a document issued by the FAA that approves a major change to an aircraft's type design, while Repair Design Approval is a document that approves a repair design for an aircraft. Both of these forms of approved data provide the necessary authorization for major modifications or repairs to be carried out on an aircraft.

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  • 14. 

    Where are the tasks listed as specialized maintenance found?

    • A.

      CAR 625 Appendix C

    • B.

      STD 571, Appendix L

    • C.

      CAR 625, Appendix A

    • D.

      CAR 571, Schedule II

    Correct Answer
    D. CAR 571, Schedule II
    Explanation
    The tasks listed as specialized maintenance can be found in CAR 571, Schedule II.

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  • 15. 

    After TC approval, an amendment must be incorporated into an MCM

    • A.

      As soon as practical

    • B.

      Within 60 days of approval

    • C.

      Within 7 days of approval

    • D.

      Within 30 days of approval

    Correct Answer
    D. Within 30 days of approval
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Within 30 days of approval". This means that after the TC (Technical Committee) approves an amendment, it must be incorporated into an MCM (Master Control Manual) within a maximum of 30 days. This ensures that the approved changes are implemented in a timely manner.

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  • 16. 

    The list approved by the Minister, that authorizes the operator to operate the aircraft with aircraft equipment that is inoperative is known as:

    • A.

      Master minimum equipment list

    • B.

      Minimum equipment list

    • C.

      Flight manual

    • D.

      Airworthiness manual

    Correct Answer
    B. Minimum equipment list
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Minimum equipment list". This is a list approved by the Minister that allows the operator to operate the aircraft even if certain equipment is inoperative. It specifies the minimum equipment required for safe operation and outlines the procedures and limitations associated with operating the aircraft with inoperative equipment. The Master minimum equipment list is a similar concept but applies to a fleet of aircraft rather than a specific aircraft. The Flight manual and Airworthiness manual are not specifically related to authorizing the operation of aircraft with inoperative equipment.

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  • 17. 

    How is an AME licence that has been expired for more than one year renewed?

    • A.

      The holder must submit an application form, pay the appropriate charge, and successfully complete a CARs exam

    • B.

      Licenses are valid as long as the appropriate requirements are met

    • C.

      An AME must meet the initial requirements of issue for renewal

    • D.

      An AME licence remains valid unless suspended, surrendered, or cancelled

    Correct Answer
    A. The holder must submit an application form, pay the appropriate charge, and successfully complete a CARs exam
    Explanation
    To renew an AME licence that has been expired for more than one year, the holder needs to submit an application form, pay the appropriate charge, and successfully complete a CARs exam. This process ensures that the individual meets the necessary requirements and demonstrates their competency in order to have their licence renewed. Simply meeting the initial requirements of issue for renewal is not sufficient, as the individual must go through the renewal process to ensure their continued qualification. A licence remains valid unless it is suspended, surrendered, or cancelled, but renewal is necessary after it has been expired for more than one year.

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  • 18. 

    A Maintenance Control Manual is required by:

    • A.

      An approved maintenance organization

    • B.

      A commercial air operator

    • C.

      Any registered aircraft as part of the tech logs

    • D.

      Both a and b

    Correct Answer
    B. A commercial air operator
    Explanation
    A Maintenance Control Manual is required by a commercial air operator because it provides guidelines and procedures for the maintenance and control of their aircraft. This manual ensures that the operator complies with regulatory requirements and industry standards for maintaining the airworthiness of their aircraft. It outlines the responsibilities and procedures for managing maintenance activities, recording maintenance actions, and ensuring that all maintenance is conducted in a safe and efficient manner. This manual is essential for the safe operation of the commercial air operator's fleet and for maintaining compliance with regulatory authorities.

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  • 19. 

    MELs are developed from:

    • A.

      A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) which is published by a regulatory authority in consultation with the aircraft manufacturer and industry.

    • B.

      The aircraft manufacturer

    • C.

      The Maintenance Review Board

    • D.

      The experience of operators of the particular type or related types of aircraft

    Correct Answer
    A. A Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) which is published by a regulatory authority in consultation with the aircraft manufacturer and industry.
    Explanation
    MELs, or Minimum Equipment Lists, are developed from a Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) which is published by a regulatory authority in consultation with the aircraft manufacturer and industry. This means that the MMEL serves as a foundation for creating MELs, which are specific to individual aircraft types. The MMEL is developed by considering the input and expertise of the regulatory authority, aircraft manufacturer, and industry professionals. It ensures that the MELs are comprehensive and accurate, taking into account the specific requirements and considerations of each aircraft type.

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  • 20. 

    Where are the maintenance standards for commercial air operators found?

    • A.

      CAR 706

    • B.

      CAR 571

    • C.

      CAR 724

    • D.

      CAR 726

    Correct Answer
    D. CAR 726
    Explanation
    The correct answer is CAR 726. CAR stands for Civil Aviation Regulations, and CAR 726 specifically deals with the maintenance standards for commercial air operators. This regulation provides guidelines and requirements for the maintenance of aircraft operated by commercial air operators. It covers various aspects such as maintenance programs, inspections, record-keeping, and maintenance personnel qualifications. Therefore, commercial air operators can find the maintenance standards they need to follow in CAR 726.

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  • 21. 

    An application for a C of A must be submitted:

    • A.

      Within 30 days of the aircraft's condition being certified

    • B.

      By the AME who has certified the aircraft for condition and conformity

    • C.

      30 days prior to the completion of any work required for certification

    • D.

      As soon as practicable after the aircraft condition has been certified. but at least within 7 days

    Correct Answer
    A. Within 30 days of the aircraft's condition being certified
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Within 30 days of the aircraft's condition being certified." This means that the application for a Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) should be submitted within 30 days after the aircraft's condition has been certified. This ensures that the necessary paperwork and documentation are completed in a timely manner after the aircraft has passed the required inspections and tests to be considered airworthy.

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  • 22. 

    A flight authority is:

    • A.

      Held by the aircraft manufacturer

    • B.

      A document attesting to an aircraft's fitness for flight

    • C.

      Renewable every 24 months

    • D.

      A requirement for Part VII and Part IV aircraft only

    Correct Answer
    B. A document attesting to an aircraft's fitness for flight
    Explanation
    A flight authority is a document that confirms an aircraft's fitness for flight. It is not held by the aircraft manufacturer, but rather issued by the appropriate aviation authority. The document is renewable every 24 months to ensure that the aircraft continues to meet the necessary safety standards. It is a requirement for all aircraft, not just Part VII and Part IV aircraft.

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  • 23. 

    What is the requirement for keeping tech records other than the journey log?

    • A.

      One year after that last entry is made

    • B.

      Until the aircraft is no longer registered

    • C.

      Two years after the last entry is made

    • D.

      Tech records need only be retained until the inspection activity is repeated.

    Correct Answer
    B. Until the aircraft is no longer registered
    Explanation
    Tech records need to be kept until the aircraft is no longer registered because these records are important for maintaining the history and maintenance of the aircraft. They provide crucial information about the maintenance activities, repairs, and inspections conducted on the aircraft. Even after the last entry is made, it is necessary to retain these records as long as the aircraft is registered to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and to have a comprehensive record of the aircraft's maintenance history.

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  • 24. 

    When an AME signs out a task in an apprentice AME's logbook:

    • A.

      The AME is certifying only that the task was completed

    • B.

      The AME is certifying that the task can be completed by the person without supervision

    • C.

      The task is not signed out by an AME

    • D.

      The AME is certifying the apprentice has observed that task being completed

    Correct Answer
    B. The AME is certifying that the task can be completed by the person without supervision
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the AME is certifying that the task can be completed by the person without supervision. This means that the AME is confirming that the apprentice AME has gained enough knowledge and skills to perform the task independently, without the need for constant supervision. By signing out the task in the apprentice AME's logbook, the AME is endorsing the apprentice's ability to complete the task without any assistance.

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  • 25. 

    A provisional registration is issued for:

    • A.

      The purposes of importing an aircraft into Canada

    • B.

      An aircraft with a provisional type certificate

    • C.

      An aircraft with a special C of A provisional

    • D.

      The purposes of exporting an aircraft from Canada

    Correct Answer
    A. The purposes of importing an aircraft into Canada
    Explanation
    A provisional registration is issued for the purposes of importing an aircraft into Canada. This means that when an aircraft is being brought into the country, a provisional registration is given to temporarily identify and track the aircraft until it is fully registered and meets all the necessary requirements. This allows the authorities to monitor and regulate the importation process effectively.

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  • 26. 

    An accountable executive must be appointed by:

    • A.

      The holder of an air operator certificate

    • B.

      Approved maintenance organization

    • C.

      Flight training unit operator

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    An accountable executive must be appointed by all of the mentioned entities, including the holder of an air operator certificate, approved maintenance organization, and flight training unit operator. This ensures that there is a designated individual who is responsible for overseeing and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, safety standards, and operational procedures within each organization. By appointing an accountable executive, these entities demonstrate their commitment to maintaining a high level of accountability and safety in their operations.

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  • 27. 

    Where are the standards for flight authority found?

    • A.

      CAR 570

    • B.

      AWM Chapter 571

    • C.

      CAR 593

    • D.

      STD 507

    Correct Answer
    D. STD 507
    Explanation
    STD 507 is the correct answer because it is likely a reference to a specific set of standards or regulations related to flight authority. While the other options (CAR 570, AWM Chapter 571, and CAR 593) may also pertain to aviation regulations, STD 507 is the most specific and relevant choice.

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  • 28. 

    Who must sign A24-0043 application for a C of A?

    • A.

      An AME must sign the certification statement

    • B.

      The aircraft owner or an authorized representative

    • C.

      The Minister

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above". This means that all three options - an AME, the aircraft owner or an authorized representative, and the Minister - must sign the A24-0043 application for a C of A. This ensures that the certification statement is valid and complete, with the necessary signatures from the relevant parties involved in the process.

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  • 29. 

    On a small, piston powered private aircraft the approved maintenance schedule in 625, Appendix B Part 1 must be carried out:

    • A.

      Annually

    • B.

      Annually, or every one hundred hours air time, whichever comes first

    • C.

      Progressively over an equivalent period of time

    • D.

      After every abnormal occurrence

    Correct Answer
    A. Annually
    Explanation
    The approved maintenance schedule in 625, Appendix B Part 1 must be carried out annually. This means that the maintenance tasks outlined in the schedule should be performed once every year. There is no mention of any other time frame or condition, such as air time or abnormal occurrences, that would trigger the maintenance schedule. Therefore, the correct answer is annually.

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  • 30. 

    Dual inspection must be carried out:

    • A.

      After any work is carried out that may affect aircraft safety

    • B.

      After any work is carried out on or adjacent to any primary structure

    • C.

      After any work is carried out on or adjacent to any dynamic component

    • D.

      After any work that disturbs engine or flight controls

    Correct Answer
    D. After any work that disturbs engine or flight controls
    Explanation
    Dual inspection must be carried out after any work that disturbs engine or flight controls because these components are critical for the safe operation of the aircraft. Any work that affects these systems has the potential to compromise the aircraft's safety and performance. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct a thorough inspection to ensure that the work has been carried out correctly and that there are no issues or damages that could affect the engine or flight controls.

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  • 31. 

    What are the proper colors for aircraft position lights?

    • A.

      Steady red on left, steady green on right, flashing white aft

    • B.

      Steady red on left, steady green on right, steady white aft

    • C.

      Steady green on left, steady red on right, steady white aft

    • D.

      Steady green on left, steady red on right flashing white aft

    Correct Answer
    B. Steady red on left, steady green on right, steady white aft
    Explanation
    The proper colors for aircraft position lights are steady red on the left, steady green on the right, and steady white aft. These lights help other pilots determine the direction and orientation of an aircraft at night or in low visibility conditions. The red light on the left side indicates the aircraft's port (left) side, while the green light on the right side indicates the starboard (right) side. The steady white light at the rear of the aircraft helps other pilots identify it from behind.

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  • 32. 

    In which case is an airworthiness directive (AD) mandatory?

    • A.

      All ADs are mandatory

    • B.

      When an AD is issued by the civil aviation authority that has jurisdiction over the type design

    • C.

      All ADs issued by an aircraft manufacturer are mandatory, with the exception of aircraft operated under a special C of A, Owner Maintenance

    • D.

      Only Transport Canada ADs are considered mandatory

    Correct Answer
    B. When an AD is issued by the civil aviation authority that has jurisdiction over the type design
    Explanation
    When an airworthiness directive (AD) is issued by the civil aviation authority that has jurisdiction over the type design, it becomes mandatory. This means that aircraft operators and owners are required to comply with the directive in order to ensure the continued airworthiness and safety of the aircraft. The civil aviation authority has the authority and expertise to assess the potential risks and issue directives that address any safety concerns or necessary maintenance actions for specific aircraft types. Therefore, when such an AD is issued, it must be followed to maintain compliance with regulatory standards.

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  • 33. 

    Repairing or modifying an aeronautical product may include the making of a part in conformity with the standards specified in section 571.06 of the Airworthiness Manual, provided:

    • A.

      The part is clearly marked with the applicable part number

    • B.

      The part design is certified by a DAR or other acceptable means and installed by the person or organization that fabricated the part.

    • C.

      Parts may not be manufactured without authorization from the manufacturer or from TC

    • D.

      The part is not marked with a part number, and is installed by the person or organization that made the part

    Correct Answer
    D. The part is not marked with a part number, and is installed by the person or organization that made the part
    Explanation
    According to the given information, repairing or modifying an aeronautical product may involve making a part in compliance with the specified standards. However, this is only allowed if the part is not marked with a part number and is installed by the person or organization that fabricated it. This means that if the part is not labeled with a part number and is installed by the manufacturer or the organization that made it, it can be repaired or modified in accordance with the standards.

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  • 34. 

    Which of the following most correctly constitutes the technical records of an Aircraft?

    • A.

      Engine log, airframe log, and variable pitch propeller log

    • B.

      Journey Log, engine log, airframe log, and variable pitch propeller log

    • C.

      Journey Log, engine log, airframe log, and variable pitch propeller log, weight and balance report

    • D.

      Engine log, airframe log, and variable pitch propeller log, weight and balance report

    Correct Answer
    C. Journey Log, engine log, airframe log, and variable pitch propeller log, weight and balance report
    Explanation
    The technical records of an aircraft consist of the journey log, engine log, airframe log, variable pitch propeller log, and weight and balance report. These records are essential for maintaining and tracking the performance, maintenance, and safety aspects of the aircraft. The journey log documents the details of each flight, including the date, time, departure and arrival airports, and any incidents or issues encountered. The engine log records the maintenance and performance history of the aircraft's engines. The airframe log documents the maintenance and repair history of the aircraft's structure. The variable pitch propeller log tracks the maintenance and performance of the propeller system. Lastly, the weight and balance report ensures that the aircraft is properly loaded and balanced for safe operation.

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  • 35. 

    With respect to commercially operated large aircraft, are approved maintenance schedules transferable between operators?

    • A.

      Yes, provided the standards of CAR 625 appendix F are applied and the appropriate pro-rating formula is used

    • B.

      Yes, approved maintenance schedules are transferable for these aircraft types only

    • C.

      Approved maintenance schedules are not transferable to another owner or operator without the prior approval of the Minister.

    • D.

      Approved maintenance schedules are transferable between aircraft of similar types

    Correct Answer
    C. Approved maintenance schedules are not transferable to another owner or operator without the prior approval of the Minister.
    Explanation
    According to the given answer, approved maintenance schedules for commercially operated large aircraft are not transferable to another owner or operator without the prior approval of the Minister. This means that if an aircraft changes ownership or operator, the new owner or operator cannot simply use the existing maintenance schedule without obtaining approval from the Minister. This requirement ensures that proper safety standards and regulations are followed when it comes to maintenance of large aircraft.

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  • 36. 

    When must a progressive aircraft inspection be carried out?

    • A.

      Annually or every one hundred hours, whichever comes first

    • B.

      A progressive inspection must provide a complete inspection of the aircraft within each 12 month period

    • C.

      Every 12-month period

    • D.

      At 50 and 100 hour intervals (air time)

    Correct Answer
    C. Every 12-month period
    Explanation
    A progressive aircraft inspection typically follows the every 12-month period . This means that the aircraft must undergo a progressive inspection every 12 months. This is a common practice in aviation maintenance to ensure the continued airworthiness and safety of the aircraft.

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  • 37. 

    Is the 24-0078 Authorized Release Certificate (Form One) used for the certification of maintenance of aeronautical products considered an international document?

    • A.

      Yes, the document is recognized internationally and in Canada

    • B.

      No, the document is only recognized only in Canada

    • C.

      No, the document originates in the United States and in not accepted in Canada

    • D.

      No, the recognized document is the 24-0045 form

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes, the document is recognized internationally and in Canada
    Explanation
    The 24-0078 Authorized Release Certificate (Form One) is considered an international document because it is recognized both internationally and in Canada. This means that it can be used for the certification of maintenance of aeronautical products not only in Canada but also in other countries.

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  • 38. 

    Who controls the authorizations for the performance of elementary work on commercial and private aircraft?

    • A.

      An AME must authorize any elementary work performed on all aircraft

    • B.

      The owner is responsible for controlling authorizations to persons who may perform elementary work.

    • C.

      The PRM determines competency and controls authorizations to perform elementary work

    • D.

      Authorizations to perform elementary work are separately granted by the Minister

    Correct Answer
    B. The owner is responsible for controlling authorizations to persons who may perform elementary work.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the owner is responsible for controlling authorizations to persons who may perform elementary work. This means that the owner of the aircraft is the one who decides who is allowed to perform basic maintenance tasks on the aircraft. They have the authority to grant or deny authorization to individuals based on their qualifications and competency. This responsibility ensures that only qualified individuals are performing elementary work on the aircraft, ensuring the safety and proper maintenance of the aircraft.

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  • 39. 

    Where are the tasks listed for elementary work?

    • A.

      Appendix A, CAR 625

    • B.

      AWM Chapter 571

    • C.

      Appendix B, CAR 625

    • D.

      AWM Chapter 566

    Correct Answer
    A. Appendix A, CAR 625
    Explanation
    The tasks for elementary work are listed in Appendix A of the CAR 625.

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  • 40. 

    Is approval to carry out elementary work on a commercial aircraft required in the MPM for an AMO?

    • A.

      Yes, if the AMO routinely carries out heavy maintenance on commercial aircraft

    • B.

      No - elementary tasks are not subject to approval

    • C.

      No - approval for person's performing elementary tasks are required in the commercial operator's MCM

    • D.

      Yes, in all cases

    Correct Answer
    C. No - approval for person's performing elementary tasks are required in the commercial operator's MCM
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "No - approval for person's performing elementary tasks are required in the commercial operator's MCM." This means that approval for performing elementary tasks on a commercial aircraft is not required in the MPM (Maintenance Policy Manual) for an AMO (Approved Maintenance Organization). Instead, the approval for individuals performing these tasks is required in the commercial operator's MCM (Maintenance Control Manual).

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  • 41. 

    If you transfer apart on a Part IV or VII aircraft, is a maintenance release required?

    • A.

      A maintenance release is not required for the part if it is an airworthy part removed from one aircraft and installed on another with no intervening storage period

    • B.

      No maintenance release is required

    • C.

      A maintenance release is not required for the part if it is an airworthy part removed from one aircraft and installed on the other with no intervening storage period - however, a maintenance release is required for the work carried out in changing the part.

    • D.

      A maintenance release is required for recertification of each part transferred

    Correct Answer
    C. A maintenance release is not required for the part if it is an airworthy part removed from one aircraft and installed on the other with no intervening storage period - however, a maintenance release is required for the work carried out in changing the part.
    Explanation
    If a part is removed from one aircraft and installed on another without any storage period in between, a maintenance release is not required for the part itself. However, a maintenance release is necessary for the work that is done in changing the part.

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  • 42. 

    How is an AME license renewed?

    • A.

      Licenses that have not expired may be renewed upon submission of an application form 24-0083, and payment of the appropriate charge

    • B.

      Licenses are valid as long as the appropriate requirements are met

    • C.

      An AME must meet the initial requirements of issue for renewal

    • D.

      An AME licence remains valid unless suspended, surrendered, or cancelled

    Correct Answer
    A. Licenses that have not expired may be renewed upon submission of an application form 24-0083, and payment of the appropriate charge
    Explanation
    Licenses that have not expired may be renewed by submitting an application form 24-0083 and paying the required fee. This implies that the renewal process for an AME license involves filling out the application form and making the necessary payment. It suggests that as long as the license has not expired, it can be renewed by following these steps.

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  • 43. 

    Who is responsible for keeping aircraft technical records?

    • A.

      The AME carrying out the maintenance

    • B.

      The aircraft owner

    • C.

      The person carrying out the maintenance

    • D.

      The AMO

    Correct Answer
    B. The aircraft owner
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the aircraft owner. The responsibility for keeping aircraft technical records lies with the owner of the aircraft. These records are important for documenting the maintenance and repair history of the aircraft, ensuring compliance with regulations, and maintaining the airworthiness of the aircraft. The owner is responsible for maintaining and updating these records throughout the life of the aircraft.

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  • 44. 

    When is an RCA(Restricted Certification Authority) issued?

    • A.

      A company cannot or is not willing to pay a suitably rated AME to endorse the maintenance carried out

    • B.

      The RCA holder has equivalent training and knowledge of an AME, and aviation safety is not affected

    • C.

      The RCA is issued to an AME with an expired license where an application for renewal has been made

    • D.

      An RCA is issued to the pilot in command to certify elementary work

    Correct Answer
    B. The RCA holder has equivalent training and knowledge of an AME, and aviation safety is not affected
    Explanation
    An RCA (Restricted Certification Authority) is issued when the holder has equivalent training and knowledge of an AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer), and the issuance of the RCA does not pose any risk to aviation safety. This means that the individual who holds the RCA has the necessary qualifications and expertise to perform maintenance tasks on an aircraft, ensuring that it remains safe to operate. The RCA is a way to authorize someone other than a suitably rated AME to endorse the maintenance work carried out, while still maintaining the necessary safety standards.

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  • 45. 

    Who is responsible for ensuring that Out of Phase tasks are carried out on commercial aircraft?

    • A.

      The owner of the aircraft or a person delegated responsibility by the owner for the operator's maintenance control system

    • B.

      The AMO carrying out the maintenance

    • C.

      The AME certifying the maintenance

    • D.

      Out of Phase Tasks are not applicable to commercial aircraft

    Correct Answer
    A. The owner of the aircraft or a person delegated responsibility by the owner for the operator's maintenance control system
    Explanation
    The owner of the aircraft or a person delegated responsibility by the owner for the operator's maintenance control system is responsible for ensuring that Out of Phase tasks are carried out on commercial aircraft. This is because Out of Phase tasks are maintenance tasks that need to be performed at specific intervals, and it is the responsibility of the owner or the designated person to ensure that these tasks are completed according to the maintenance schedule and regulatory requirements.

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  • 46. 

    Which form must be used to report a major modification or major repair?

    • A.

      Major Repair or Major Modification Report

    • B.

      24-0045 form

    • C.

      Supplemental Type Certificate

    • D.

      24-0078 Authorized Release Certificate

    Correct Answer
    A. Major Repair or Major Modification Report
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Major Repair or Major Modification Report. This form must be used to report any significant changes or repairs made to an aircraft. It is a standardized document that provides details about the modification or repair, including the nature of the work performed, any parts or components replaced, and the certification of the individual or organization responsible for the work. This report is important for maintaining the integrity and airworthiness of the aircraft, as well as ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.

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  • 47. 

    What is the maximum amount of time a Flight Permit shall be issued for?

    • A.

      12 months

    • B.

      60 Days

    • C.

      30 days

    • D.

      6 months

    Correct Answer
    A. 12 months
    Explanation
    A Flight Permit can be issued for a maximum duration of 12 months. This means that the permit allows the holder to operate flights for up to a year. It provides the necessary authorization and documentation for the flight operations to take place within the specified time frame. This longer duration allows for more flexibility and convenience for the permit holder in planning and conducting their flights.

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  • 48. 

    Where are NDT tasks for an AMO that is not certified for NDT listed?

    • A.

      CAR 566

    • B.

      CAR 571 Appendix A

    • C.

      Std 571, Appendix K

    • D.

      CAR 625, Appendix D

    Correct Answer
    C. Std 571, Appendix K
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Std 571, Appendix K. This appendix in the standard 571 provides a list of NDT tasks that an AMO (Approved Maintenance Organization) can perform even if they are not certified for NDT. Therefore, if an AMO is not certified for NDT, they can refer to this appendix to find the NDT tasks they are allowed to perform.

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  • 49. 

    What is the maximum allowable calendar time between overhauls on a variable pitch prop

    • A.

      5 years

    • B.

      10 years

    • C.

      6 years

    • D.

      Manufacturer's recommendations apply

    Correct Answer
    B. 10 years
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 10 years. This means that the maximum allowable calendar time between overhauls on a variable pitch prop is 10 years. This suggests that after 10 years, the prop should be overhauled to ensure its continued safe and efficient operation. It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for maintenance and overhaul intervals to ensure the prop's longevity and performance.

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