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UAS SEMESTER 5

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What is a Type Certificate (TC)?
a. Is the Original Approval of Design for an Aircraft,Aircraft Engine of Propeller.
b. Certifies that the products design complies with DGCA airworthiness standard.
c. Is the foundation for all other approvals.
d. All of above statements are true.
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A type certificate is the approval of:
a. Facility
b. Quality Control System.
c. Design
d. Personil
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What is difference between a Type Certificate and an Airworthiness
Certificate (C of A)
a. A TC is approval for a new(or new model) of aircraft, whereas a C of A is
approval for all models of aircraft.
B .A TC is approval of individual aircraft, while a C of A is approval for a new(or
new model) of aircraft.
c. A TC is approval for a new(or new model) of aircraft, and a C of A is
approval of individual aircraft
d. None of the above are true.
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What is a Production Certificate(PC)?
a. A PC is approval of a quality control system which is control for production of
an aviation product.
b. A PC is approval for individual aircraft.
c. A PC is approval for design of an aircraft, engine, or propeller.
d. A PC allows the applicant to manufacture the product for sale without having a
DGCA manufacturing inspector phisically inspect each aircraft or component
produced.
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An Aircraft will need an Airworthiness Certificate when it is:
a. New Ready for operation.
b. Not yet completed or certified, but must be flown (Experimental, e.g. Flight
Tested)
c. Damaged, but must be flown(ferry flight)
d. All of the above are true.
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The Indonesia Nasionality mark PK is assigned by :
a. DGCA
b. ICAO
c. FAA
d. IATA
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Combination letters designed for the regestration mark shall not be used which
might be confusing:
a. MKX
b. SOS,XXX
c. MXKGX
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The Validity of Certificate of Registration for a period:
a. 1 Year from date of issued
b. 2 Year from date of issued
c. 3 Year from date of Issued
d. Shall not exced 3 years from date of issued.

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In accordance with article 59 in item one (1) of Aviation Act. No. 01 year 2009 the
Aircraft personnel as a license holder shall be obligated to:
a. carry out his/her duty as stipulated in the assignment.
b. maintain his/her professionalism skill, and
c. undergo medical examination periodically.
d. All of above statements are true
In accordance with article 59 in item two(2) of Aviation Act. No.01 year 2009 the
Aircraft personnel violating the provisions as meant in item (1) shall be imposed
with administrative sanctions, as follows:
a. warning;
b. freezing of license; and/or
c. revocation of license.
d. All of above statement are true
In accordance with CASR part 1, preventive maintenance means:
a. An alteration not listed in the aircraft, aircraft engine, or propeller specification.
b. The restorationof the airframe to a condition for safe operation after damage or
deterioration.
c. An appriciable change in the weight, balance,structural strength, performance,
flight caracteristics, or other qualities affecting the airworthiness of the airframe.
d. Simple or minor preservation operations and the replacement of small
standard parts not involving complex assembly operations.
Certificate of Registration (C of R) is valid for period not to exeed than:
a. Three years from the date of issue
b. Unlimited, as long as the aircraft in airworthy condition
c. One year from the date of issue
d. Statement B is correct, also all airwothiness directives comply with.
In Civil Aviation Safety Regulation Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) is valid for
period not to exceed than :
a. Three years from the date of issue
b. Unlimited, as long as the aircraft in airworthy condition
c. One year from the date of issue.
d. Three months from the date of issue.
Which Part of the Directorate General Civil Aviation regulation governs the issuance
of a Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A).
a. CASR Part 21
b. CASR Part 23
c. CASR Part 25
d. CASR Part 39
Classification of airworthiness certificate (C of A) are :
a. Standard and Special flight permits
b. Standard and provisional
c. Standard and special airworthiness certificate
d. Standard and flight authorization
When an aircraft is modified and the aircraft required for test flight for compliance.
The Directorate General Civil Aviation will issue:
a. Airwothiness authorization for test flight
b. Standard certificate of airworthiness
c. Special certificate of airworthiness for showing compliance
d. Special certificate of airworthiness on restricted category.

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An aircraft is airworthy if:


a. Conform to maintenance standard and safe for operation
b. Conform to type design and safe for flight
c. Conform to maintenance manual chapter 5 (Aircraft component limitation)
d. Conform to maintenance specification and safe for operation.
CASR Part 43 prescribe rules governing for:
a. Rebuilding and alteration.
b. Maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration
c. Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration
d. Maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration.
Scope and detail of items (as applicable to the particular aircraft) to be included on
annual and 100 hours inspection is prescribe in the CASR:
a. Part 145
b. Part 121 and Part 135
c. Part 43 Appendixes B
d. Part 43 Appendixes D
Maintenance of Aircraft regarding to preventive, any alteration of part aircaft
(airframe,engine,component) prescribed, under CASR:
a. CASR Part 43
b. CASR Part 65
c. CASR Part 121
d. CASR Part 145
The replacement of fabric on fabric-covered parts such as wings, fuselages,
stabilizers, or control surfaces in considered to be a:
a. Minor repair unless, cover is different in any way from the original cover
b. Minor repair unless the underlying structure is altered or repaired.
c. Minor repair even though no other alteration or repair is performed
d. Minor repair unless the method of covering is changed or the underlying
structure
is altered or repaired.
A major repair on an airframe means:
a. The upkeep and preservation of the airframe including the component parts
there of.
b. The restoration of the airframe to a condition for safe operation after damage or
deterioration.
c. An appreciable change in the weight, balance, structural strenght, performance,
flight characteristic, or other qualifies affecting the airworthiness of the airframe.
d. Simple or minor preservation operations and the replacement of samll standard
parts not involving complex assembly operations.
In accordance with CASR Part 43 appendix A, servicing of landing gear shock struts
by adding oil, air or both is a:
a. Minor repair
b. Major repair
c. Minor alteration
d. Preventive maintenance
An AME license may be issued to a person who is not less than:
a. 30 years old
b. 18 years old
c. 20 years old
d. 21 years old

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An AME license is valid for what period time?


a. As long as duties are performed under the certificate for at least 60 days within the
proceeding 12 months
b. 24 calendar months and may be renewed
c. As long as duties are performed under the certificate for at least 90 days within the
proceeding 12months
d. Unlimited, as long as the license is not surrended, suspended, or revoked.
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In accordance with CASR part 121,135,and 145, Service Difficulty Report (SDR)
should be submitted to DGCA within:
A. 30 days
B. 72 hours
C. 48 hours
D. Quickly any time.
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Each certificate holder (or person performing maintenance or preventive
maintenance function for it) shall relief each person performing maintenance, or
preventive maintenance, from duty for a period of at least:
A. 24 consecutive hours during one month.
B. 24 consecutive hours during any 30 consecutive days
C. 24 consecutive hours during any seven consecutive days.
D. None of the above is correct.
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Who is primarily responsible for the performance of the maintenance, preventive
maintenance, and alteration of its aircraft, including airframe, aircraft engines,
propellers, appliances, and part thereof for air carrier:
A. AMO certificate holder
B. Air Operator Certificate holder
C. DGCA
D. Manufacturer
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In accordance with CASR 121, AOC holder shall have an inspection program and a
program covering other maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration
contained in:
A. Airwothiness Approved Inspection Program.
B. The manufacturing instruction manual
C. Aircraft maintenance manual
D. Continues Airworthiness Maintenance Program.
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With respect to maintenance time record,Time in Service means:
A.Time recorded from the moment the aircraft begins to taxi until it returns to the
ramp.
B. Time as recorded on the Hobbs meter.
C. Time from the moment an aircraft leaves the surface of the earth until it
touches it at next point of landing.
D. Time as record on the engines recording tachometer.
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In accordance with CASR 135, AOC holder shall have an inspection program and a
program covering other maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration
contained in :
A.
Airwothiness Approved Inspection Program
B. The manufacturing instruction manual
C. Aircraft Maintenance Manual
D. Continues Airworthiness Maintenance Program
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Operator who operates airplane with passenger more than 30 people must fulfill in
CASR:

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A. CASR part 121


B. CASR 135
C. CASR 127
D. CASR part 91
In accordance with CASR 145.31 all metal contruction of large aircraft is:
A. Class 4
B. Class 3
C. Class 2
D. Class 1
What kinds type Domestic Air Operator Certificate (AOC):
A. AOC 121, and AOC 91
B. AOC 91, and AOC 135
C. AOC 135, and AOC 121
D. AOC 145 and AOC 91
Operator who operates airplane with passanger less than 30 people must fulfill in
CASR :
A. CASR part 121
B. CASR part 135
C. CASR part 127
D. CASR part 91
Operator who operates airplane with passanger more than 30 people must fulfill in
CASR :
A. CASR part 121
B. CASR part 135
C. CASR part 127
D. CASR part 91
In accordance Act Aviation law no. 01 year 2009, The validity of Air Opeator
Certificate for a period:
a. 1 Year from date of issue
b. 2 Year from date of issue
c. 3 Year from date of issue
d. Shall not exeed 3 years from date of issue
Which Part of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation regulation governs the
issuance of a Distributor Aeronautical Part?
a. CASR Part 23
b. CASR Part 25
c. CASR Part 39
d. CASR Part 57
How long is Validity of AMEL license ?
a. As long as duties are performed under the certificate for at least 60 days within the
proceeding 12 months.
b. 24 calendar months and may be renewed.
c. As long as duties are performed under the certificate for at least 90 days within the
proceeding 12 months.
d. Unlimited, as long as the the license is not surrended, suspended, or revoked.
Aeronautical product as prescribes in CASR part 57 means:
a. a new or unapproved part aircraft engine, aircraft propeller, aircraft appliance or
the component parts thereof, used for installation in type certificated aircraft.
b. a used aircraft engine, aircraft propeller, aircraft appliance or the component parts
thereof, used for installation in type certificated aircraft.

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c. a new or used aircraft engine, aircraft propeller, aircraft appliance or the


component parts thereof, used for installation in type certificated aircraft.
d. aircraft engine, aircraft propeller, aircraft appliance or the component parts thereof,
used for installation in type certificated aircraft.
In obtaining aeronautical products :
a. a non-commercial air operator, a commercial air operator and an Approved
Maintenance Organization Certificate holder shall comply with CASR Part
57.
b. a commercial air operator and an Approved Maintenance Organization Certificate
holder only shall comply with CASR Part 57.
c. a non-commercial air operator,and a commercial air operator only shall comply
with the CASR Part 57.
d. a commercial air operator only shall comply with the CASR Part 57.
Aircraft personnel with direct involvement in operating an aircraft shall be obligated
to possess legitimate and valid license. License shall be issued by the Minister after
the aircraft personnel concerned meet the following requirements:
a. Physically and mentally fit to fly, holding certificate of competency in his/her
field,and declared passing professional tests
b. Holding certificate of competency in his/her field,and declared passing
professional tests
c. Administrative,physically and mentally fit to fyl,holding certificate of
competency in his/her field, and declared passing professional tests
d. Declared passing professional tests, holding certificate of competency in his/her
field,and holding certificate of competency in his/her field.
Aircraft personnel as a license holder shall be obligated to:
a. Maintain his/her professionalism skill, and undergo medical examination
periodically.
b. Undergo medical examination periodically,and maintain his/her professionalism
skill.
c. Undergo medical examination periodically, carry out his/her duty as
stipulated in the assignment, and maintain his/her professionalism skill
d. Carry out his/her duty as stipulated in the assignment,and maintain his/her
professionalism skill.
Aircraft personnel violating the provisions as meant in 42 above shall be imposed
with administrative sanctions, as follows:
a. Revocation of license
b. Freezing of license
c. Revocation and freezing of license
d. Warning,revocation, and freezing of license