|Certificated mechanics with a powerplant rating may perform any inspection required by the Federal Aviation Regulations on a powerplant or propeller or any component thereof, and may release the same to service. 100-hour and/or annual inspections required by the Federal Aviation Regulations on powerplants, propellers, or any components thereof, and may release the same to service. 100-hour inspections required by the Federal Aviation Regulations on a powerplant, propeller, or any component thereof, and may release the same to service.
A repair, as performed on an airframe, shall mean the upkeep and preservation of the airframe including the component parts thereof he restoration of the airframe to a condition for safe operation after damage or deterioration simple or minor preservation operations and the replacement of small standard parts not involving complex assembly operations.
Under the Federal Aviation Regulations, an aviation maintenance technician is required to perform maintenance on an aircraft so that it always meets its original type design is at least equal to its original or properly altered condition. exceeds minimum standards with regard to aerodynamic function, structural strength, resistance to vibration, and other qualities affecting airworthiness.
The replacement of fabric on fabric-covered parts such as wings, fuselages, stabilizers, or control surfaces is considered to be a minor repair unless the new cover is different in any way from the original cover. minor repair unless the underlying structure is altered or repaired major repair even though no other alteration or repair is performed.
Which is classified as a major repair? The splicing of skin sheets Installation of new engine mounts obtained from the aircraft manufacturer Any repair of damaged stressed metal skin.
The 100-hour inspection required by Federal Aviation Regulations for certain aircraft being operated for hire may be performed by persons working under the supervision of an appropriately rated mechanic, but the aircraft must be approved by the mechanic for return to service appropriately rated mechanics only if they have an inspection authorization. appropriately rated mechanics and approved by them for return to service.
A person working under the supervision of a certificated mechanic with an airframe and powerplant rating is not authorized to perform repair of a wing brace strut by welding. a 100-hour inspection repair of an engine mount by riveting.
Certificated mechanics, under their general certificate privileges, may perform minor repairs to instruments. perform 100-hour inspection of instruments perform minor alterations to instruments.
An Airworthiness Directive requires that a propeller be altered. Certificated mechanics could perform and approve the work for return to service if it is a minor alteration. not perform the work because it is an alteration not perform the work because they are not allowed to perform and approve for return to service, repairs or alterations to propellers.
The replacement of a damaged vertical stabilizer with a new identical stabilizer purchased from the aircraft manufacturer is considered a minor alteration major repair minor repair.
FAA certificated mechanics may approve for return to service a major repair for which they are rated supervise and approve a 100-hour inspection. approve for return to service a minor alteration they have performed appropriate to the rating(s) they hold.
A certificated mechanic with a powerplant rating may perform the annual inspection required by the Federal Aviation Regulations on a powerplant or any component thereof and approve and return the same to service 100-hour inspection required by the Federal Aviation Regulations on a powerplant or any component thereof and approve and return the same to service 100-hour inspection required by the Federal Aviation Regulations on an airframe, powerplant or any otter component thereof and approve and return the same to service.
What part of the Federal Aviation Regulations prescribes the requirements for issuing mechanic certificates and associated ratings and the general operating rules for the holders of these certificates and ratings? 14 CFR Part 43 14 CFR Part 91 14 CFR Part 65.
A certificated mechanic shall not exercise the privileges of the certificate and rating unless, within the preceding 24 months, the Administrator has found that the certificate holder is able to do the work or the certificate holder has served as a mechanic under the certificate and rating for at least 18 months served as a mechanic under the certificate and rating for at least 12 months. served as a mechanic under the certificate and rating for at least 6 months.
Under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, what is the maximum penalty for falsification, alteration, or fraudulent reproduction of certificates, logbooks, reports, and records Ineligibility to receive any certificate or rating for one year Imprisonment for one year and a $5,000.00 fine Suspension or revocation of any certificate held.
How long does the holder of a certificate issued under 14 CFR part 65 have to notify the FAA after any change in permanent mailing address? 30 days 60 days 90 days.
What is the normal duration a mechanic certificate with airframe and/or powerplant ratings? Until the holder is relieved of duties for which the holder was employed and certificated. Until surrendered, suspended, or revoked Until 24 months after the holder has last exercised the privileges of the certificate.
Why is a mechanic applicant issued a temporary certificate after successful completion of the required tests? To allow for review of his/her application and supplementary documents So that a background check/investigation may be completed Both of the other two choices.
What is the maximum duration of a temporary airman certificate? 60 days 90 days 120 days.
When may an otherwise qualified mechanic who does not read, write, speak, and understand the English language be eligible to apply for a mechanic certificate? When a special authorization has been issued by the supervising FAA Flight Standards District Office When employed outside the United States by a U.S.
air carrier. When employed outside the United States.
Which of the following statements is true for a certificated and appropriately rated mechanic regarding repairs and alterations? He/she may perform an airframe major repair or major alteration, but cannot approve the work for return to service. He/she may perform airframe minor repairs and minor alterations and approve the work for return to service, but cannot perform an airframe major repair or major alteration. He/she may perform an airframe major repair or major alteration and approve the work, but not the entire aircraft, for return to service.
(1) Certificated mechanics with an airframe rating may perform a minor repair to an airspeed indicator providing they have the necessary equipment available.
(2) Certificated mechanics with a powerplant rating may perform a major repair to a propeller providing they have the necessary equipment available.
Regarding the above statements only No. 1 is true. neither No. 1 nor No. 2 is true. only No. 2 is true.
Who is responsible for determining that materials used in aircraft maintenance and repair are of the proper type and conform to the appropriate standards The installing person or agency The owner or operator of the aircraft. The manufacturer of the aircraft.
Which of these publications contains standards for protrusion of bolts, studs, and screws through selflocking nuts? AC 43.13-1B B—AC 43.13-2 Aircraft Specifications or Type Certificate Data Sheets.
The replacement of a damaged engine mount with a new identical engine mount purchased from the aircraft manufacturer is considered a major or minor repair, depending upon the complexity of the installation major repair minor repair.
Who has the authority to approve for return to service a propeller after a 100-hour inspection? . A mechanic with a powerplant rating Any certificated repairman A non-certificated mechanic working under the supervision of a certificated mechanic with airframe and powerplant ratings.
Instrument repairs may be performed by the instrument manufacturer only. by an FAA-approved instrument repair station on airframe instruments by mechanics with an airframe rating.
How is a quality system assured? By an independent organization By a dependent organization By an internal reporting and auditing system.
According to Dr. James Reason, there are two types of human failure which can occur. They are: active and latent mental and physical. proper and improper.
Many areas of aviation have shifted their focus from eliminating error to preventing and managing error identifying and mitigating error reducing and containing error.
When we think of aviation safety in a contemporary way, human error is the starting point the ending point the intervention point.
All of the following are consequences of human error, except mental stressor. catastrophic. personal injury.
The positive aspects of human factor issues are referred to as the Magnificent Seven. Dirty Dozen. MEDA.
The “SHEL” model is another human factors tool. The goal is to determine not only what the problem is, but also where and why it exists how we prevent the problem how many factors contribute to the error.
The three types of human error are omission, commission, and extraneous active, latent, and stressor mental, situational, and physiological.