What is the landing factor for DAAP during visibilities of 3/4 mile (4000 RVR) or less? (6.17.10)
What weather minimums are controlling in a VMC climb? (6.10.4.b)
Under what circumstances may the PIC disallow access to the flight deck? (6.19.2.b.)
When safety is a concern.
May passengers bring their own portable oxygen concentrators (POC) onboard? (6.9.4.b)
Yes, as long as they have been approved by the FAA.
How often must the altimeters be checked while in flight in RVSM airspace overwater? (6.11.6.d)
Once per hour, and it must be recorded on the Master Document.
Must RNAV approaches only be performed according to the procedures found in the FMS database? (6.2.8.)
How must supplemental O2 tanks be stored onboard? (6.9.3.c)
Secured. The weight and balance must also reflect their presence.
PIREPs and NOTAMs will be checked prior to every flight. What format must they be in? (6.7.1.)
1. Printed 2. Written down 3. Electronic, if the flight is short-notice
What are the weight and balance considerations when jumpseaters are onboard? (6.19.5.a-b.)
1. They will be included in W&B calculations 2. They will be added to the passenger count in FOS
How often will the crew conduct an in-flight fuel check? (6.6.3.)
1) TOC 2)TOD 3) Every 90 minutes a) Possibly less at or abeam flight plan waypoints
What information does an XO format flight plan contain? (6.1.c)
1. Routing 2. Fuel Requirements 3. Flight Times
All VFR operations will have what weather conditions? (6.3.1.b.)
1. Visibility of 3sm day, or 5sm night and/or 5sm at or above 10,000 ft MSL 2. Could clearance requirements of 500 ft below / 1,000 ft above / 2,000 ft horizontal and/or 1,000 ft below / 1,000 ft above / 1sm horizontal at or above 10,000 ft MSL
How are "diverse airports" defined? (6.4.4.b)
IFR airports without an ODP.
When shall crews monitor guard (121.5)? (6.15.1.b)
Are we approved for Q Routes, RNAV SIDs, and STARs? (6.4.1.c)
What is a fuel emergency? (6.6.4.b)
Landing with 30 minutes of fuel or less at the airport of intended landing
What published minimum for takeoffs or landings is limiting? (6.4.1.b)
What route must you follow on an IFR flight plan in the event of lost communications? (6.15.4.b)
1. Last assigned route 2. Vectored, by a direct route to the fix being vectored to 3. Expected route 4. Filed route
What level of flight release is required in the event that Supplemental Oxygen Tanks must be carried? (6.9.3.)
A Level 4 release is required.
In determining takeoff performance, corrections will be made for what factors? (6.10.2.a-e)
1. Runway Conditions 2. Airport Elevation 3. Runway gradient (slope) 4. Ambient Temperature 5. Wind component
What restrictions must crews comply with when tankering? (6.6.2.b.)
1. Calculated performance numbers for takeoff and landing on dry or wet runways must meet "wet numbers" 2. Wet runways must be grooved 3. No tailwind on takeoff 4. For takeoff on wet runways, 115% of the calculated wet runway takeoff distance must not exceed the declared TODA
When must a missed approach be initiated? (6.4.10.)
1. When below DA/MDA or crossing the MAP, and the runway environment is not in sight 2. When the aircraft is not in a position to make a safe landing inside the touchdown zone 3. When the aircraft is not on a stabilized approach
What kind of masks do all aircraft have on board for the crew? (6.9.1.b)
How long must someone refrain from drinking alcohol before they're allowed access into an XOJET flight deck or jumpseat? (6.19.3.a)
What is the maximum track error for Dual Long Range Navigation System (LRNS)? (6.11.4.b)
+/- 25 NM
How often must the altimeters be checked while in flight in RVSM? (6.11.6.d)
Once per hour.
Are charted visual approaches at night into Special Airports authorized? (6.4.9.g)
What speed limitations must we abide by? (6.2.10.)
1. 200 kts in Class C and D within 4NM up to 2500 AGL 2. 200 kts under Class B 3. 250 kts below 10,000 MSL 4. 200 kts holding 6000 ft and below 5. 230 kts holding 6001 ft - 14,000 ft 6. 265 kts holding 14,001 ft and above
What runway equipment is required to be operating to be able to do an TDZ RVR 1000, MID RVR 1000 and ROLLOUT RVR 1000 takeoff? (6.4.3.f)
1. High Intensity Runway Lights (HIRL); or 2. Centerline Lights (CL); and 3. Runway Centerline Markings (RCLM) One RVR may be inoperative.
When is a runway considered to be contaminated? (Runway Coverage) (6.14.4.b)
1. When 25% of the runway length is covered by standing water, snow, or slush more than 1/8" or 3mm deep, or any accumulation of ice. 2. With less than 25% of the runway length covered if the contaminant is located prior to the midpoint of the runway.