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1

When the SIC has fewer than 100 hours (including IOE) the PIC must make all takeoffs and landings when:

1. Special Qualification Airports
2. Visibility at or less than 3/4 mile
3. RVR at or below 4000 RVR
4. Contaminated Runway
5. Braking action reported less than good
6. Crosswind Component greater than 15 KTS
7. Windshear is reported

2

For a pilot to act as PIC either the PIC or the SIC must have at least ____ of line operating experience, either as SIC or PIC.

75 Hours

3

If the PIC has not served more than 100 hours as PIC, what restrictions apply?

100 ' added to the MDA or DH and visibility increased by 1/2 mile. The alternate is simply 300' and 1 mile vis. (do not the add the 100' and 1/2 mile vis)

4

Are CAT II minimums authorized if the PIC has less than 100 hours as post IOE line operating experience?

NO

5

If using an RNAV approach, what considerations must be made?

There must be a suitable ground based approach, or an alternate must be listed.

6

True or False? A flight may be dispatched using RNAV minimum for only either the destination or alternate, not both.

True

7

What is the exception to using only an RNAV approach without an alternate for planning.

Not applicable if there is a suitable and published FMS

8

Regarding Alternate Exemption 3585, if the forecast wx is marginal at either the destination or first alternate, then...

A second alternate must be listed

9

What is conditional language regarding Exemption 3585

TEMPO or PROB

10

True or False? Exemption 3585 deals with the forecast ETA visibility only not ceiling at the primary destination

True

11

True or False? Exemption 3585 at the alternate requires forecast WX to not be less than one-half the ceiling and visibility minimums for the alternate minimums.

True

12

Can Exemption 3585 be applied to both the destination and the alternate?

NO... it can only be used for either the destination or the alternate.

13

Can Exemption 3585 be applied to CAT II Minimums?

Yes... Conditional language must indicate the forecast weather will not be less than one-half of the lowest weather minimum visibility established for the instrument approach expected to be in use.

14

What is the requirement of 3585 regarding the second alternate?

The forecast weather at the second alternate must be at or above the alternate weather minimums ceiling and visibility.

15

Can 3585 be applied to international destinations?

NO

16

Does 3585 apply to high min captains?

NO

17

Can we depart or land with a missing wind speed and direction report?

NO

18

Can we depart or land with a missing visibility report?

NO

19

Can we depart with a missing sky report?

Yes... may depart under IFR unless required by the SID or Departure Procedure.

20

Can we be dispatched to an airport with a missing sky report?

Yes... unless required by the instrument approach procedure.

21

Can we land at an airport with a missing sky report?

Yes... unless required by an instrument approach procedure.

22

Can we conduct a visual approach with a missing sky report?

Yes... under the limitations in Ops Spec C077 Terminal Visual Flight Rules, Limitations, and Provisions.

23

Can we depart or land at an airport with a missing temperature report?

NO

24

Can we depart or land at an airport with a missing altimeter setting?

NO

25

What is required to report to the dispatcher while enroute?

1. When ETA exceeds 15 minutes from the flight planned flight time.
2. When the Cruise Altitude changes by more than 4000 ft.
3. When the flight exceeds 100 miles from the flight planed route.

26

May the passengers be on board while fueling?

Yes... as long as the door remains open

27

May the passengers enplane or deplane while fueling?

Yes... As long as it is being done on the right side of the aircraft.

28

May the passengers enplane or deplane while over wing fueling is taking place?

Yes... as long as it is being done on the right side of the aircraft.

29

What are the minimum 6 items required for a release

1. ID number of aircraft
2. Flight Number
3. Departure, destination and alternate airports
4. IFR or VFR
5. Minimum Fuel Supply
6. Latest Weather reports, forecast or combination for all airports listed.

30

What does the pilot's signature on the manual manifest or password on the ACARS Load Report mean

Indicates point of dispatch and agreement with a valid dispatch release