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ATPL air law quick questions

Old 20th Dec 2010, 05:42
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ATPL air law quick questions

Pretty much ready for exam tomorrow, just have a few questions which I guess could pop up, but I'm unable to find references/answers for them:

You are a member of a three pilot flight crew for a turbo jet aircraft. On this aircraft an approved seat is used by resting flight crew members. After completing a 24 hour rest period you commenced a rostered 10 hour tour of duty which was extended to 12 hours duty time. A 15 hour rest period followed this. You have flown 70 hours in the last 30 days and 800 hours in the last 365 days. The hours on your next tour of duty with the same set of flight crew in this aircraft should not exceed -
20 hours
22 hours
18 hours
14 hours
24 hours

You have been rostered to fly as copilot of a two-pilot crew on day RPT flight in a high capacity turbo-jet aeroplane. Your last Flight Proficiency Test on this aeroplane type was 5 months ago. You have flown 28 hours on type within the last 65 days including 2 takeoffs and 2 landings and you last flew that aeroplane 30 days ago.
What requirements, if any, would you have to fulfil to act as a crew member on this flight without supervision?
No Further requirement
A flight test in this aeroplane type to the satisfaction of a check pilot
One takeoff and one landing in this aeroplane type
One hour of approved refresher training in a simulator for this aeroplane type
Three hours flight time including one takeoff and one landing in this aeroplane type

(is it "no further requirements" because it's referring to being a co-pilot?)

You are the pilot of a turbine powered aircraft of MTOW 13000kg carrying 30 passengers in an IFR CHTR operation, where navigation would include the use of an approved GPS system. The waypoints for your routes as published the maps for this flight are included in the GPS computer's database. If the waypoint data changes slightly, then the GPS computer can only be updated by -
an approved supplier.
the pilot in command.
a person approved by the aircraft operator.
a flight crew for the flight.


And lastly, I had a question on my first sitting of the exam which asked "when must you cater for wind a holding pattern" - I selected "in both controlled and class G airspace" and got it incorrect :S

Any help appreciated!
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Old 21st Dec 2010, 04:32
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been awhile since I had to think of these but from memory;

1 14 hrs cao 82?
2 none CAR 5 something recency ATPL holders
3 approved person eg Tech or similiar
4 all airspace

As I said been awhile and the memory may be off.
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