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83 Cards in this Set

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when might you have to use the engine out departure procedure on a missed approach?
if SE and heavy during a rejected landing from below the MDA
cold weather

make changes to altitudes is temperature falls below ?

if change the FAF crosssing altitude do you change the FPA?

No do not change the FPA
cold weather

do you make adjustments to radar vector altitudes?

Is the 100 foot adjustment on non-orecisions enough to warrant NOT making the low temp correction?

No, use the 100 foot plus the temp correction.

Do you check OEB's after doing ECAM's?

No, since they are changes to ECAM actions, they must be reviewed BEFORE the ECAM actions

We review applicable OEB's upon arrival in the cockpit.
Right seat qualification

must do what once a year?

dual qualification?

paper work ASAP to?


memo 67/04 q # 5
is it alright to turn on the apu bleed as you are starting it?
OK no problem, will come on automatically
memo 67/04 q # 6
after an engine failure the PTU may be cycling to the point that it is distracting. May you turn the pump off? Make sure what?
yes, but be sure you turn the right pump off.
memo 67/04 Q # 2
perf factor on the status page. Should you update it before the flight? Where do you get it from?
from the OFP. Called the fuel bias
memo 67/04 Q 3
before applying ECAM actions after a warning what must you do?
look at systems page so confirm that the fault is real
memo 67/04 Q 4
Vls and aural O/S warning are computed according to what?
the Vfe and Vfenext are computed according to what?
the actual slat/flap position

the actual lever position
FOB 2005 #1
can the medical opinion of third world countries be considered adaquate in making the decision to fly?

if no contact with Medlink possible can the pax in question be taken?
are details about what to do with the pax found in this FOB?


FOB 2005 #2
New line check form. Who fills in the next line check due date?
assistant CP on type
FOB 2005 # 3

Must FOM's now be signed off?
FOB 2005 #4

Must the route manual be referred to before approach carried out at a downstream airport?
If unfamiliar airport or lengthy time since there.
Or on check flights silly
FOB 2005 #7

If garbage on board is a problem with regard to where it can be taken or not what is your first indication?
Where do you get details?
should be indicated on the OFP.
this memo gives details of what to do.
FOB 2005 #6
Must a self debriefing be carried out after an unusual event?
Who initiates?
Does it replace Peer Support?
A Crew Self De-brief will be conducted immediately following any incident listed in ‘Mandatory Peer Support’ below or any other abnormal event deemed appropriate. The Captain will initiate the de-brief with the entire crew.
The purpose of the de-brief is to allow all crew members to express concerns and ask questions about the event. It permits the exchange of information and may help normalize the event. The emotional condition of the crew may only be revealed through direct interaction between all crewmembers. Participation of everyone must be encouraged.
Crew Self De-brief is not Peer Support nor does it replace Peer Support.
FoB 2005 #6
What is peer support?
Phone Consultation between Peer Support Facilitator(s) and all or part of the affected crew may be all that is required to complete Peer Support for minor events.
Group Support (face to face or, if unable, a phone conference) meeting between the Peer Support Facilitator(s) and, depending on the event, all or part of the crew upon return of the crew to base.
Follow-up Contact arranged previously between the Peer Support Facilitator or ER Manager and all or part of the affected crew.
FOB 2005 #6

Is Peer support manditory?
Where would you find out?
Yes in the following cases:
refer to this FOB
Mandatory Peer Support:
1) After an abnormal operational incident during a flight leg which constitutes a traumatic experience for any one or all of the active crew members;

2) After any of the following Emergency Responses:

i) Category A = (Catastrophic Accident)

ii) Category B (Major Accident)

iii) Category C (Airborne Occurrence) e.g. dealing with an emotional, mental, and/or physical experience constituting trauma and incidents involving passenger or crew serious illness or suspected death;

iv) Category E (Hijacking),

v) Category F (Bomb/Sabotage Threat)

3) After Level 3 or 4 Unruly Passenger incident as stated in the Zero Tolerance Policy;

4) If warranted after a Level 2 Unruly Passenger Incident as stated in the Zero Tolerance Policy;

Additionally, Peer Support will be conducted:

1) When specifically requested by Flight Crew for their particular flight;

2) When initiated by Management, if the situation does not meet the mandatory Peer Support classifications as stated above.

NOTE: The vast majority of mandatory Peer Support is initiated following a a Category C (Airborne Occurrence) involving passenger or crew serious illness or suspected death.
FOB 2005 #6

Who will initiat a technical debriefing?
Must a skypac rep be present?
the VPOps

FOB 2005 #5

following an event deemed ER cat c airborne is there a manditory standown period?
When will the flight proceed?
ER Irregular Operations (IROPS)
Following the diversion, or landing at destination, of an aircraft on an ER Category C (Airborne Occurrence) event, (e.g. dealing with an emotional, mental, and/or physical experience constituting trauma and incidents involving passenger or crew serious illness or suspected death), a period of “Mandatory Stand-down time” will be enforced. During this stand-down, an analysis of the incident will take place, communications will be established, any Peer Support considerations completed, etc. This will preclude a rush to continue the operation that may result in the overlooking of important considerations.

OCC will ensure that all of the involved parties indicate they are ready to proceed before the operation continues. Additionally, it will give everyone involved a chance to “catch their breath” without undue pressure to proceed.
OCC will clear the flight to continue
FOB 2005 #5

When police or authorities demand to talk to specific personal, must the Capt approve this?
what will he do?
follow actions below

When police or regulatory officials wish to talk to any crew member on board an aircraft, the Captain and CSM must be informed and approve this. Keep in mind that in foreign countries these officials may have more powers than in Canada.

If the official wishes to remove one or more crew member from the aircraft the Captain and CSM must be informed and made aware of where they are being taken, for what purpose and how long they may be detained. If a single flight crew member is asked to be removed another crewmember shall be designated by the Captain or CSM to accompany the individual for support and as a witness.

The Captain must inform OCC and the Station agent of any of the above situations as soon as possible. OCC will then contact the Security Manager so that government assistance can be initiated and guidance on how to handle the situation can be provided.
FOB 2005 #5

Must contact with families be encouraged following an incident.? Should any aviation incident occur anywhere that families may have some concern, should the crew be encouraged to phone home?
They should be advised to ask the family Not to call Skyservice Ops? Yes/No
FOB 2004/01
Who can stop a flight once begun?
The following Skyservice personnel can “Stop” a flight at any point following a release of
flight: the Captain, OCC, MOC, VP Flight Operations, VP Maintenance, Chief Pilot on
type, a Maintenance Director or QA.
FOB 2004/01
Who can restart a flight once stopped?Must the Captain agree?
Once a flight is stopped, the Re-release of the flight requires the following:
• Concurrence from the individual or individuals that stopped the flight;
• MOC inspections, logbook entries etc. (as applicable);
• OCC reviews the OFP, weather etc. (as applicable);
• The Captain is in agreement with the Re-release.”
FOB 2004/01
Once a flight has commenced who can ultimately change it? IE who has the last word?
His decision shall be based soley on what?
Once a flight has “commenced”, the final decision on any changes to the OFP shall be
taken by the PIC based on the considerations of safety. A flight is deemed to be
“commenced” after brakes are released for takeoff.
FOB 2004/03
must an extension of duty day be faxed along with the capts' report and log book page?
FOB 2004/06
For some a320's you do not have the descretion to reset a CB in the fuel system even for the safe continuation of the flight. TRUE/FALSE
true. there are three a/c that this still applies to
FOB 2004/08 now replaced by /10
opperation with the apu inop requires special approval right?
all kinds of special considerations if apu inop can be found where?

in an fob 2004/8 or FOM
FOB 2004/11
must the reports be faxed or hand delivered immediately after the flight or can it be done the next day?
immediately! include the captains' report, the log book and the CSR and any ASR
FOB 2004/11

After faxing important documentation to OCC after a flight, a phone call should be made to confirm their reception?
only if a ASR or a CSR is included
FOM 2004/14
the liquid crystal display units might fail in one of our aircraft. Should that happen are there special procedures in the OEB section of the QRH
what aircraft?

FOB 2004/15
Some aircraft have had their weights changed to pounds inadvertently TRUE?
What is the factor to change back to kilograms?

FOM 2004/16
MEL procedures M or M#. Which can be done without any authorization by MOC?
Neither. Both must now be authorized in writing by MOC. They will fax the authorization to you
FOM 2004/16

the authorization form for M or M# should be included in the defect log book but as a minimum what should be entered there?
the authorization number
FOM 2004/16

Must OCC be advised if an MEL O item is required for release?
Yes, if practicable
FOB 2004/17

must an overweight landing be put in the defect log book?
Where should it be noted unless overf 360 ft/min
Do not note overweight landings in the “Defect section” of the Aircraft Defect Log, where
the VSI was 360 feet per minute or less at touchdown. Such landings do not require
maintenance action therefore do not constitute a defect entry.
on captains' report. Put in snag book if V/S greater than 360 ft/min
FOM 2004/24 and FOM div 3 chapter 7
what is the hijack warning code word?
FOB 2004/28

with pneumatic starts what special procedures apply?
A319/ A320
• For engine start with external pneumatic power always start engine #2 first.
• Do not advise the ground crew that brakes are set until sufficient yellow brake
pressure is indicated on the triple gauge with the parking brake ON.
• If during engine start with parking brake on, the aircraft starts to move forward due
to a parking brake failure, immediately release the PARKING BRK handle to restore
braking by pedals. Turn the A/SKID & N/W STRG switch back to ON.
FOB 2004/30
Do we carry cargo?
What paperwork?
Do we carry dangerous goods?
Do we take delays for cargo loading?
Can we carry seafood?
What about company mail, stores or mishandled or lost baggage?
three forms
only as COMAT
only if properley packaged
they are not defined as cargo
FOB 2004/34

pilot must review what before flight?
As well as?
Effective immediately, all flight crew will, prior to their first flight of the day, review the
applicable TRs found on the yellow “List of Effective Temporary Revisions” in the front of the
QRH and any associated procedures in the OEB section of the QRH.
supp manual about differences for that aircraft
FOB 2004/35
Emergency comm in case of Disress.
DISTRESS: a condition of being threatened by serious and or imminent danger and requiring immediate
DISTRESS MESSAGE: Sent on the air to ground frequency in use or any other appropriate frequency.
FOB 2004/35
On what frequency should distress broadcast be made
Should you use mayday before each transmission?
Broadcast on frequency 121.5 MHz only if communications with ATC not established.
Transponder code 7700 only if communications with ATC not established.
FOB 2004/35

What is an urgency situation and how should it be broadcast
URGENCY: a condition concerning the safety of an aircraft or of some person on board or within sight, but
which does not require immediate assistance.
URGENCY MESSAGE: sent on the air to ground frequency in use but does not prevent an Urgency Message
being broadcast if this course is considered preferable.
FOM 2004/35
How should you respond to a distress message if you overhear one?
The distress (MAYDAY) call has absolute priority over all other transmissions. All stations hearing a distress
message shall immediately cease any transmission which is capable of interfering with the distress traffic and
shall continue to listen on the frequency used for the distress message.
As a general rule, aircraft stations intercepting a distress message should not reply to it unless there is no
immediate reply from an appropriate ground station or other station which is in a better position to render
assistance. If necessary, an aircraft should act as a relay between distressed aircraft and the appropriate
control station.
FOM 2004/35

Must you cancel a distress message? How?
If, after initiating distress or emergency communication procedures, the emergency conditions cease to exist
and no further assistance is required, the aircraft must cancel the state of Distress or Urgency. This should
normally be done by transmitting a cancellation message giving the necessary information to the station
controlling the distress traffic, who will then be responsible for advising all stations on the frequency in use that
the distress traffic has ended. Alternatively, if circumstances require it, the aircraft may cancel the distress by a
message to “ALL STATIONS”. It is important that the distress should be cancelled on all frequencies used
during the distress traffic.
FOB 2004/35

Minimum Fuel message to be sent when?
Will you get priority in Canada/US?
In Europe or most of the world?
At skyservice you must contact OCC if forecast fuel at landing in Canada is?
when the actual fuel on board reaches 2000 kgs
2000 kgs
FOB 2004/35
Emergency fuel declaration must be made if forecast fuel at landing is ? and landing clearance has not been given?
What should you say?
An EMERGENCY should be declared if the pilot determines that the remaining useable fuel supply suggests
the need for ATC traffic priority to ensure a safe landing. It is Skyservice policy that an emergency must be
declared if the actual fuel on board reaches the value below and the flight has not yet received landing
Mayday three times
FOB 2004/38

Are CAt b destinations, OEB's and pubs status on the OFP?
total ramp fuel is the sum of?
NO. They are now in the trip envelope published separately
BRF, EXTRA and Taxi
FOB 2004/40
What does the Capts' signature on the OFP?
The PIC’s signature of the OFP also indicates that he/she has gained the required knowledge of
the planned route and aerodromes of operation using Company supplied information. This
includes, but is not limited to, the Route and Aerodrome Manual (previously Briefing & Airport
Notes), the Aerad (route) Supplements, and approach charts. See Division III, Chapter 10.4 for
The PIC’s signature of the OFP also indicates that he/she has gained the required knowledge of
the planned route and aerodromes of operation using Company supplied information. This
includes, but is not limited to, the Route and Aerodrome Manual (previously Briefing & Airport
Notes), the Aerad (route) Supplements, and approach charts. See Division III, Chapter 10.4 for
FOB 2004/43
can we carry dangerous goods as company COMAT?
FOB 2004/46
for IAE engines if we use full reverse on landing what is required?
Can this be done at the gate?
Thus must ask for ? and give what to pax and CSM?
five minute cooldown
No... too dangerous
Hold short and advise pax and CSM
FOB 2004/43
Can we carry wet batteries for wheel chairs?
FOB 2004/47
some IAE V2500 aircraft may have electrical problems due to IDG feeder cable. How can this show itself?
What should you do? Then?
These incidents may cause the following symptoms during flight:
- sustained flickering of PFD, ND, ECAM, MCDU and/or
- warnings and/or flags affecting ADR, AP, or ELEC data
- In case of dispatch with TR2 failure (MEL 24-30-01): If flickering is suspected (spurious
flickering of display units) switch AC ESS FEED to NORM, to set the normal electrical
configuration, before the application of the following procedures.
- In case of dispatch with EIS DMC switching to FO/3 following DMC 2 failure (MEL 31-63-02),
occurrences may involve all DUs if IDG 1 affected. In such a case, switch GEN 1 OFF.
consult QRH
FOB 2004/48
TDL and TDC are older and must have the fuel pumps turned off and the control
switch to manual should
there be ?
how can you tell if you must do something special with these switches?
no fuel in the center tank

check differences manual in supp.
FOB 2004/51
If a fault in the steering/braking system is detected in flight, regardless of whether ECAM
Caution/Warnings accompany the fault, prior to landing:
1. Review and discuss Loss of Braking procedures;
2. Ensure the longest practical runway is used;
3. Ignore Noise Abatement procedures regarding use of Reverse Thrust; and
4. Advise ATC that a braking problem may be expected and request emergency
equipment be on stand-by.
FOB 2004/51
per FCOM 3.04.32 p 1, a crew may perform a BSCU
reset to recover proper functioning of the system following any of these ECAM warnings:
• BRAKES - AUTO BRAKE FAULT (except in flight)
per FCOM 3.04.32 p 1, a crew may perform a BSCU
reset to recover proper functioning of the system following any of these ECAM warnings:
• BRAKES - AUTO BRAKE FAULT (except in flight)
For failure on the ground follow guidance provided in the FCOM reference which requires
the aircraft to be stopped with the parking brake applied prior to reset.
Page: 2
For a failure in flight, the FCOM provides the following instructions:
In flight, a reset can be performed with landing gear retracted, by switching OFF then ON
the A/SKID & N/W STRG selector. In the case of an AUTO BRAKE FAULT, a reset should
not be performed in flight so as to avoid clearing a real tachometer failure (no tachometer
test in flight). If required, the autobrake has to be rearmed.
FOB 2004/53
when must gaurded switches be confirmed?
which switches?
what about other ones?
In flight
Fire and all red guarded ones
Other pilot must be made aware but does not have to confirm
In flight, the ENG masters, FIRE pushbuttons and all red guarded switches must
be confirmed prior to any action. When any other guarded switches are being
actioned in flight, the other crew member must be made aware of the action
being taken.
FOB 2004/53
power transfer while irs's are alignment is allowed?
Power transfer should be avoided during IRS alignment.
FOB 2004/53
Can auto brakes be set before L/G down? What must be done then when L/G selected down?
must be confirmed with gear down
FOB 2004/53
Who handles all the lights except the taxi light on start of taxi
The first officer while PNF. then the PNF. Even at night except for:The PNF will turn off all landing lights and set the strobe lights to AUTO when
leaving the runway.
NOTE: At night, runway turnoff lights may be left on at the discretion of the PF.
FOB 2004/54a
the CAT 111 single minimums are now?
RVR 600/175 m
FOB 2004/56
May pax carry their own theraputic Oxygen?
No. Must be Skyservice osygen
FOB 2004/56
Rules for refueling with Pax aboard
Fueling with Passengers Onboard
Refueling With Passengers On Board
Refuelling with passengers embarking, disembarking or on board is permitted in accordance
with local airport regulations and under the following conditions:
1) A qualified individual (flight crew or maintenance personnel) is on the flight deck. In
order to ensure that crew members receive prompt notification of a situation
threatening safety such as a major fuel spill or a fire, Flight Deck/Cabin and Ground
Interphone contact allowing ground crew supervising the fuelling and the qualified
personnel on board the aeroplane so that the aeroplane can be deplaned or evacuated
as necessary. Crew shall be briefed to notify the flight deck if fuel vapours or any
other hazard are detected. If such conditions occur, refuelling is to be discontinued;
2) A means of communication among the qualified personnel on board the aeroplane,
ground/maintenance crews and fuelling agencies is determined and established and the
procedures are provided to the appropriate personnel;
3) Engines are not running;
4) During the fueling process:
a) aeroplane ground power generators or other electrical ground power supplies are not
being connected or disconnected;
b) combustion heaters used in the vicinity of the aeroplane are manufactured to CSA or ULC
standards and approved in accordance with the Fire Commissioner of Canada for use in
hazardous atmosphere;
c) known high energy equipment such as High Frequency (HF) radios are not operated;
d) the weather radar is not operated;
e) aeroplane batteries are not being removed or installed;
f) external battery chargers are not being connected, operated or disconnected;
g) if the auxiliary power unit (APU) is stopped for any reason during fuelling it shall not be
restarted until the flow of fuel has ceased and there is no risk of igniting fuel vapours;
h) electric tools or similar tools likely to produce sparks or arcs are not being used, aircraft is
properly bonded, and;
i) photographic equipment is not used within 10 ft. (3m) of the fuelling equipment or the fill or
vent points of the aeroplane fuel systems;
5) fueling is immediately suspended when there are lightning discharges within 8 km of the
6) the aeroplane emergency lighting system is armed or on;
7) The Captain will advise the CSM of the arrival of the fuel truck.
8) A member of the flight deck crew must be on the flight deck during refueling. If the Captain
must leave the flight deck, he/she shall notify the CSM.
9) A cabin crew complement appropriate to the number of passengers must be onboard.
FOB 2004/62
When will the PNF turn off the bird on a non precision?
Thus final approach is done with the F/D's ?
Therefore, for all non-precision approaches, the following SOP Green Page revisions are
effective immediately:
1. the PF will respond “Bird Off” when the call “100 above” is made by the PNF; the PNF
will then select the FD mode on the FCU to Hdg/VS; and
2. if the PF has sufficient visual references to continue to land, the AP will be selected off
at or above MDA but the FDs will remain on.
FOB 2004/61
the new pax distribution form is filled out how?
CSM: Complete part A only. Prior to closing the aircraft doors, count the total number of heads on board (infants
included). Indicate the totals by zone in the boxes provided below, opposite the appropriate aircraft type.
Hand the completed form to the Captain before the main door closes. The Captain completes part B and will
advise the CSM if any change to the distribution of passengers is required.
FOB 2004/65
inop APU can be dispatched to an airport with no or limited ground equipment only if?
OCC must confirm the following prior to aircraft dispatch:
There is either an AME riding with the aircraft to the affected destination, or an AME is at
the affected destination; equipped with an operative headset. Additionally for the B-757,
there must also be a tool to operate the cargo door manually. If these can not be
confirmed, the aircraft will not be dispatched.”
FOB 2005/5
On the 320 which engine is started first?
If must start number one first due to single engine taxi is there a special procedure?
What is it?
# 2
to ensure brake pressure
If, due to operational reasons (e.g. one engine taxi required, ground equipment in the vicinity of Engine 2) Engine 1 must be started first, the YELLOW ELEC HYD PUMP must be selected ON prior to engine start.
FOB 2005/12
If during start the aircraft starts to move foreward, what must be done?
release parking brake to resetablish pedal braking. Then turn the brake nosewheel steering computer back on.
FOB 2005/10
Once jeph's established what must you check before leaving operations?
That the charts for your destination and alternates are in the route book at ops.
FOB 2005/11
New place to fill in fuel uptake is where?
What must be circled?
If two uplifts to you put them both in?
Captains' report
the units
No, total them
FOB 2004/67 #11

is there a 70 k call on reject

to prevent possibility of capt cancelling them too soon
FOB 2004/67 #12

SE High weight approach: use bleeds off or not?
what is optimum config
when should you use the missed approach procedure vs the T/O SE escape?
Yes. Or APU bleed.

config 3

when high probability of O/S, SE and heavy.
FOB 2004/67 #12
If going to follow the SE T/O procedure for the O/S what should you do?
Advise ATC
FOB 2004/67 #12

If do an O/S there are no turns allowed before what?
Departure end of runway
FOB 2004/67 #12
can you use REv thrust on very slippery surfaces at low speeds?
FOB 2004/67

app via: if do not select No via, will one automatically be selected?
FOB 2003/105

Is this the definitive reference for contaminated runways?
Yes. Puts about 10 references together.
Keep a copy nearby. It is in the supp manual anyway
FOB 2004/67

any brake or steering faults airborn you must?
review duscuss loss of braking procedure
longest runway
no noise abatement procedures
advise ATC and call for emerg equipment
FOB 2004/67 #8

Cold Weather correction is added before or after adding the 100' feet to the MDA?
Add it to the one with the 100' added on already
FOB 2004/67 #6

Securing the a/c: must PAX be off?
a/c must not be leaving in less than ?
if maintenance is aboard?
if maintenance is aboard but they say a/c will be moved within two hours?
two hours
do not have to do it.
do not have to do it.
FOB 2004/67 #9

Can you adjust the FPA to match the FAF crossing altitude ? What about the doughnut?

FOB 2004/67 #10

OEB's: What is their prime reference?
Are red or orange OEB's in the QRH?
why not?
But they are associated with a ? which is in the QRH
FCOM 3.07
NO. Neither of them.
Because they are so important that pilots must KNOW them.
associated with a T/R
FOB 2004/67 #10

Are OEB's on the OFP?
Where are they?

on notams page of OFP