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1

Upper Display control is normally available through the:
• respective upper DSP control panel.
• the Tuning and Control Panel (TCP)
• Either CDU only.
• Display control source switch.

• respective upper DSP control panel.

2

Pitot and static pressures are converted to digital outputs by:
• Central air data computers.
• Common Core Resource.
• the ISFD.
• Air data modules.

• Air data modules.

3

A non-normal checklist containing deferred items is considered complete when:
A. The deferred items attached to a normal checklist have been completed.
B. All steps prior to the deferred items have been completed.
C. The checklist has been manually reset.
D. All the above

B. All steps prior to the deferred items have been completed.

4

Regarding the HDG REF switch (with the switch in NORM) which of the following statements are correct.
A. Heading references are magnetic north while below 82 degrees North.
B. Heading references are true north when above 82 degrees North.
C. Provides no reference for AFDS roll modes other than LNAV when above 82 degrees North.
D. All the above.

D. All the above.

5

At the completion of a non-normal checklist an appropriate message appears at the bottom of the page and indicates:
A. Checklist Complete.
B. Checklist Overridden.
C. Checklist Complete Except For Deferred Items.
D. May be any of the above depending on the pilot selection.

D. May be any of the above depending on the pilot selection.

6

Which DUs will normally have MFD functionality
• Left and Right Outboard DUs
• Left Inboard and Lower DUs
• Left and Right inboard and the Lower DUs.
• Lower DU only

• Left and Right inboard and the Lower DUs.

7

When is the pitch limit indication displayed?
• The pitch limit indication is displayed only when the flaps are not up.
• The pitch limit indication is displayed only when the speed becomes slow.
• The pitch limit indication is displayed when the flaps are not up or at slow speeds with the flaps up.
• The pitch limit indication is displayed at all times.

• The pitch limit indication is displayed when the flaps are not up or at slow speeds with the flaps up.

8

What is indicated by the landing altitude reference bar that is displayed along the inner edge of the altitude indication?
• The reference bar indicates the height above the airport reference position.
• The reference bar indicates the height above the terrain immediately below the aircraft.
• The reference bar indicates the height above touchdown.
• The reference bar indicates the height above sea level.

• The reference bar indicates the height above touchdown.

9

If an EFIS control panel fails, is it still possible to control your displays, and if so, how?
• Yes, using the EFIS/DSP system display function available via the SYS menu.
• It is no longer possible to control your displays.
• You could still control your displays by using the other pilots EFIS control panel.
• You could still control your displays through any of the CDUs.

• Yes, using the EFIS/DSP system display function available via the SYS menu.

10

L or R displayed to the left of the barometric setting on the PFD/HUD:
• Indicates which flight director was turned on first.
• Indicates which flight director was turned on last.
• Indicates which EFIS panel barometric setting is used for reference by the AFDS.
• Indicates which autopilot or flight director system is active.

• Indicates which EFIS panel barometric setting is used for reference by the AFDS.

11

How wide is the VSD LNAV corridor?
• 2X the FMC RNP value
• 1/2 the FMC RNP Value
• 5nm
• Varies depending on ND map scale

• 2X the FMC RNP value

12

Which of the following is not a major component of the ADRS?
• Total Air Temperature Probe.
• Static Ports.
• Pitot Probes.
• FMC.

• FMC.

13

When will Radio Altitude indications first display on the PFD/HUD?
• Radio Altitude is always displayed.
• When the aircraft is below 2500 ft AGL.
• Displays only if radio altitude minimums are set.
• When the aircraft is below 1500 ft AGL.

• When the aircraft is below 2500 ft AGL.

14

What determines the checklist priority when the checklist display switch is pushed?
A. EICAS message level.
B. Air / Ground logic.
C. Fuel control switch position.
D. All of the above.

D. All of the above.

15

The ADRS is the primary source for speed and altitude to:
A. Standby instruments.
B. Captain’s instruments.
C. EECs.
D. None of the above.

B. Captain’s instruments.

16

The Pitch Limit Indication (eyebrows) on the PFD indicates:
• Stick shaker activation point for the existing flight conditions.
• The bank angle is over 35 degrees.
• The airspeed is too high.

• Stick shaker activation point for the existing flight conditions.

17

The _____ mode of the ND is recommended for most phases of flight.
• VOR
• MAP
• PLN
• APP

• MAP

18

The Electronic Checklist (ECL) can be displayed on:
• The EICAS display.
• The lower display only.
• The upper display only
• Any MFD.

• Any MFD.

19

Where is the AUX Panel displayed?
• The Captain’s outboard DU only
• The Lower DU.
• The respective outboard DU.
• On any TCP.

• The respective outboard DU.

20

Takeoff Reference Speeds:
A. V1, V2, and VR are removed at lift-off.
B. "NO V SPD" is displayed on the speed tape if V speeds are not selected on the CDU.
C. V1 is displayed at the top of the airspeed indication when selected and the value is off the scale.
D. Both B and C.

D. Both B and C.

21

The Maximum Speed indicator on the HUD/PFD speed tape indicates:
A. Vmo / Mmo.
B. Landing gear placard speed.
C. Flap placard speed.
D. The most restrictive of the above speeds.

D. The most restrictive of the above speeds.

22

When initializing the IRSs, the aircraft should not be moved.
A. True
B. False

A. True

23

If a non-normal checklist has a deferred item, it will automatically append to the appropriate normal checklist.
A. True
B. False

A. True

24

QFE reference switching can be accomplished on the CDU ____ page. • LEGS
• APPROACH
• PROGRESS
• VNAV CRUISE

• APPROACH

25

How is the HUD decluttered?
• Selecting the outboard push button on the control wheel
• Selecting Declutter on the FMC Appch Ref Page.
• Selecting Declutter on the Upper DSP
• Selecting both F/D switches on the MCP to OFF

• Selecting the outboard push button on the control wheel

26

Normally, where is EICAS displayed?
A. Left Inboard MFD
B. Either Lower MFD
C. Right Inboard MFD
D. A and C are correct.

D. A and C are correct.

27

What does the nose of the airplane symbol represent in ND Plan mode?
• Present heading.
• Active waypoint.
• Present position.
• A big investment.

• Present position.

28

AQP Question ID: fltinst28
What does a white square icon next to an EICAS message indicate?
• The non-normal condition is no longer present.
• There is no electronic checklist associated with this message.
• There is an electronic checklist associated with this is message and the checklist is complete.
• There is an electronic checklist associated with this message and the checklist is NOT complete.

• There is an electronic checklist associated with this message and the checklist is NOT complete.

29

How do you display an unannunciated non-normal checklist?
• Select the NON-NORMAL MENU key, then select the UNANNUNCIATED CHECKLISTS key.
• Select the NORMAL MENU key, then select the UNANNUNCIATED CHECKLISTS key.
• Select NON-NORMAL CHECKLIST key.
• Select the CHKL RESETS key, then select the UNANNUNCIATED
CHECKLISTS key.

• Select the NON-NORMAL MENU key, then select the UNANNUNCIATED CHECKLISTS key.

30

What source does the landing altitude reference bar use to display 1000 feet and 500 feet above landing altitude on the PFD/HUD?
• The approach selected on the ARRIVALS page of the CDU.
• The RADIO altimeter.
• A combined input of the RADIO and BARO altimeters.
• Manually selected by the pilot on the EFIS control panel.

• The approach selected on the ARRIVALS page of the CDU.