Aviation is the activities surrounding mechanical flight and the aircraft industry. When asked to make a list of airline jobs, most people instantly think of pilots. But the flight crew, while their jobs are definitely important, are only a small part of what keeps an airplane flying and flight schedules on track. Airlines rely on many individuals to perform their job in order to keep them in business. For eg - The ground staff. If you want to go into the Aviation Industry, then this quiz is a must!
Right, Essential, Main, Avionics, Utility and Left
Right, Essential, Main, Essential Avionics, Left and Main Avionics
Right, Essential, Main, Utility Avionics, Left and Avionics
Right, Essential, Main, Avionics, Engine and Left.
White eyeball light
White eyeball light encircled by a green ring
Remove nose landing gear pin
Disconnect Auxiliary Power Unit
Disconnect External ICS
2 Batteries and 4 Transformer rectifiers
4 Transformer rectifiers
Main, Essential, Isolated, Avionics, Utility Battery, Avionics Battery.
Main, Essential, Left, Right, Utility Battery, Avionics Battery.
Main, Essential, Main Left, Isolated Left, Isolated Right.
Left, Right, Essential, Isolated, And Main.
Check EAL for the reason ECB is strapped open.
Ask the pilots
Continue with flight
B.H. 245 LFT side.
B.H. 241 RHT side.
B.H. 245 center
B.H. 617 LFT side
At FS 617
Between the 617 and left paratroop door.
At FS 245
Over the ramp and doors controls
Inboard tanks only
Main tanks and Externals.
Mobile Jet 254
Mobile Jet II
Mobile Jet 1
Advisory, Caution, and Warning System.
Avoidance Collision Warning System.
Alarms, Cautions and Warning Systems.
All Cautions and alarms.
Engine start, heating, cooling and pressurization.
Engine start, AC, Pressurization and Ice protection de-icing boot.
Heating, Cooling, Underfloor and Galley.
De-ice boot, Ice protection, Engine start and Underfloor heating
Engine hydraulic fluid
Propeller hydraulic fluid
Yes, as long as you’re on final approach
No, your phone may be damage
Yes, as long as you are below 10,000 ft ALT
No, it is forbidden by the M3710.1E and TO 1C-130J-1.
Emergency, Normal and Booster.
Utility, Booster, and Auxiliary
Utility, Normal and Emergency.
Normal, Suction boost and Auxiliary.
1,500 psi. +/- 50
2,000 psi. +/- 100
1,500 psi. +/- 100
1,000 psi. +/- 100
Flaps, Flares, Flight control, Landing Gear, Nose wheel Steering.
Flaps, Main Landing Gear, Nose Landing Gear, Nose wheel steering, portion of the flight controls and Normal brakes.
Flaps, Flight controls, Nose wheel steering
Flaps, Landing gear, Normal brakes.
Portion of the flight controls.
Ramp and Door
Emergency brakes, towing brakes and Ramp
Ground tie-valve, Brakes, Ramp
Ramp and Door, Ground tie-valve, Emergency brakes and Emergency NLG extension.
Ramp, Door, Emergency brakes and Emergency landing gear.
83282 or 87257
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