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MidTerm Exam-Online-Due March 5

Due Mar 5 at 11:59pm Points 100 Questions 15 Available Mar 2 at 12pm - Apr 7 at 11:59pm about 1 month Time Limit None

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This will be an open-book, open-note exam, online, based on:

1) Your readings in both the Business and Commercial Aviation (BCAM) and Essentials of Aviation Management (EAM) textbooks, plus

2) At least partly on your previous quiz and discussion questions

There are 15 short essay questions, with a total score of 100. For Questions 12 and 13, there is no distinct "correct answer". Rather, I ask you to imagine how you would handle a situation, and most importantly, what goes into your reasoning.

This exam will be given online, with no time limit. This assignment is due by midnight Thursday March 5. You may begin this exam as soon as it is available on CANVAS on March 1.

Your grades will be entered into your Canvas Gradebook under "MidTerm Exam"

Good luck in advance!

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10 / 10 ptsQuestion 1

Your Answer:

According to 1 4 CFR Part 91, Subpart K...

1. What is the title of the required managment person, required for a Fractional Ownership Aircraft Program?

2. For a Fractional Ownership Aircraft Program Aircraft, what are the equivalent of Part 135 Operations Specifications, which are issued by the FAA to each Fractional Aircraft Ownership Program Manager? (14 CFR 91.1015)

3. What is the name of the "manual" required for a Fractional Ownership Aircraft Program?

1- program manager

2- Management specifications.

3- Program operating manual

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 2

Your Answer:

What is a "wet lease" for an aircraft, and how does it differ from a "fractional ownership arrangement" governed by 14 CFR 91 Subpart K?

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Wet lease is a leasing arrangement whereby one airline (the lessor) provides an aircraft, complete crew, maintenance, and insurance (ACMI) to another airline or other type of business acting as a broker of air travel (the lessee), which pays by hours operated.

The main difference is the ownership of the aircraft. In the fractional ownership of aircraft, you can own a share of an aircraft and share its related expenses along with other owners ( exchange of dry leases, which allows the exchange of aircraft between owners ).

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 3

Your Answer:

What factors might persuade a business owner or corporation to buy or lease its own aircraft (and establish its own flight department), rather than to charter a Part 135 air taxi, or to use scheduled airline service?

1- Maximizing Personal Safety and Peace of Mind.

2- Very high quality of service.

3-Low capital at low utilization lease vs buying an aircraft.

4-Multiple departure points and simultaneous departures if you have more than one aircraft

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 4

a. Apart from a single-pilot Part 135 certificate holder, what management personnel are required for the Single PIC, Basic, and

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Your Answer:

"Full" Part 135 categories of Part 135 certificate holder?

b. What is the regulation that pertains to this requirement? (see Part 119)

a.

b.

A-

1- Director of Operations.

2- Chief Pilot.

3- Director of maintenance.

B- Sec 119.69

Management personnel required for operations conducted under part

135 of this chapter.

(a) Each certificate holder must have sufficient qualified management

and technical personnel to ensure the safety of its operations. Except

for a certificate holder using only one pilot in its operations, the

certificate holder must have qualified personnel serving in the following

or equivalent positions:

(1) Director of Operations.

(2) Chief Pilot.

(3) Director of Maintenance.

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5 / 5 ptsQuestion 5

Your Answer:

Where in Part 135 are there rules for operating revenue flights with inoperable equipment??

§135.179 Inoperable instruments and equipment.

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 6

Your Answer:

Reference Part135.267: Assume that you are flying as a single-pilot air taxi assignment. At the start of your shift, you estimate that the day's flight assignment will last for 7.8 hours. During your last "leg", you find that due to unexpected weather-related delays throughout the day. you will arrive with 8.3 hours of flight time accumulated over the past 24 hours.

a. If you continue with this leg flight segment, will you be "legal"? (compliant with Part 135.267)?

b. Is there anything you need to do to "become legal" or "stay legal" with respect to having a rest period after this day of flying (8.3 hours)?

a.

b.

A - It will be legal According to 135.267

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B: 11 consecutive hours of rest if the flight time limitation is exceeded

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 7

Your Answer:

Assume you are the Director of Maintenance for a Part 135 operator. You need trained, experienced technicians to maintain and inspect your fleet. You have several Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) technicians and certificated repairmen on your staff. It is the end of the overnight maintenance shift, and a 100-hour inspection has just been completed on a King Air. You have just arrived in the morning and are looking for someone to sign an airworthiness release in accordance with 14 CFR Part 135.443.

a. Can Patricia, a certified repairman who did part of the work on the 100-hour inspection, sign the airworthiness release? (Read through Parts 135.443 and 65.105, and the BCAM text Chapter 3)

b. Or, do you need to have Joe, an A&P tech who also worked on the 100-hour inspection, sign the airworthiness release? (See 135.443 and 65.81)

Both can sign the airworthiness certificate according to 135.443(b)(3)

repairman can sign off only that work that they have performed

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5 / 5 ptsQuestion 8

Your Answer:

As the president of this Part 135 operation, you are getting increasingly concerned about the employees' direction and their productivity. You decide to conduct some employee training, including the importance of time management. What are 5 examples of "good practices" that would improve your managers' and employees' time management and productivity?

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

1. Set clear expectations and timelines.

2. Help employees discover where their time is going with a time audit.

3. Teach your team to plan and estimate their time better.

4. Ask if the systems you’ve put in place are helping or hurting their

productivity.

5. Build policies that protect ‘maker’ time.

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5 / 5 ptsQuestion 9

Your Answer:

List and then briefly describe (in at least one sentence for each) five typical services provided by an FBO/ASO:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

1- Hangar Services for Aircraft 2-Flight Instruction 3-Taxi Services 4-Aircraft Rental 5-Charter Services

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 10

According to our text(s), if a customer is going to use a business aircraft less than 50 hours per year, that customer would be "best"advised to:

__Charter an air taxi

__Buy its own aircraft

__Buy a share of a fractional-owned aircraft

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Your Answer:

__Fly on a scheduled airliner

_Use scheduled airlines or charter an air taxi as appropriate

Use scheduled airlines or charter an air taxi as appropriate

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 11

Your Answer:

During the Part 135 certification, your FAA Principal Operations Inspector (POI} informs you that your pilots-in-command (PICs) will each need to take the following "checks":

a "135.293(a)"

a "135.293(b)", and

a "135.297"; and then, afterward, on a different day...

a "135.299"

Please give a short answer to what each of those terms mean in terms of a pilot testing or checking event.

A-135.293(a) - Oral exam

B- 135.293 (b)- Flight check for knowledge and skills

C- 135.297-Instrument flight check

D- 135.299 line- checks

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10 / 10 ptsQuestion 12

Your Answer:

Assume you are establishing a 3-aircraft Part 135 on-demand air taxi operation with one helicopter, 1 King Air turboprop, 1 Citation jet. With your knowledge of Part 135 regulations, best practices, and the two Part 135 accidents that we studied, name at least 3 "best practices" that might improve the safety, compliance and perhaps efficiency "posture" of your company, and why you might propose these measures.

(Consider such programs as Safety Management Systems; Voluntary Safety Programs like FOQA, ASAP, LOSA, internal evaluation program, safety reporting systems); monitoring of pilot performance, having your own check airmen; having an airworthiness reliability program; bringing in outside auditors...and so on)

1.

2.

3.

1- Monitoring performance of the crews ( Flight data recorder )

2-cockpit voice recorder

3- pilot screening

4- line check airman

5- safety department observer ( send them at some flights)

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10 / 10 ptsQuestion 13

Your Answer:

Assume that you are the Director of Maintenance of a Part 135 air taxi company that has its own in-house maintenance organization which can do some, but not all, maintenance, inspection, and repair functions on its fleet of Beech KIng Airs and Cessna Citation. There are other Part 145 repair stations (otherwise known as MROs-Maintenance and Repair Organizations) available for you to use for some of your company's work. They generally specialize in "heavy maintenance and repair". As the DOM, would you have the following work done "in- house" or by an outside MRO, and why (use your imagination)

a. Nose-gear collapse repair, King Air (aircraft can be ferried)

b. 100-hour inspection including oil change

c. 3500-hour hot section inspection of PT-6 engine

d. replacement of a starter-generator on a Citation Jet

a.

b.

c.

d.

A. I will ferry the airplane, so we can save some money that is going to cost when we bring a specialist to the aircraft and put the aircraft in a safe environment

B. I will make sure the airplane done with 100 hours inspection oil

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change before it is due 8 hours, so the operation of the company does not stop.

C. I will send the aircraft to a qualified machines so the airplane can be safe to fly. Also, it is not allowed to be done by a Normal mechanics

D. Depends on where the aircraft is and what its starter generator condition. If it is near a starter generator center I wi,ll send the airplan to be fixed

5 / 5 ptsQuestion 14

Your Answer:

Compare and contrast the designated management personnel required for a Fractional Ownership Program (see 14 CFR Part 91K; 91.1001 and others) and a Part 135 air taxi/commercial operator (see CFR Part 119.71 and others).

- What kind of designated management person(s) is required for a Part 91K program?

-What kind of designated management personnel are required for a "standard" Part 135 operation?

A :

1- The owners and;

2- A fractional ownership program manager or program manager.

B :

(1) Director of Operations.

(2) Chief Pilot.

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(3) Director of Maintenance.

15 / 15 ptsQuestion 15

Your Answer:

The NTSB accident report (AAR-0604, Teterboro Airport, February 2, 2005) on page 55 includes the following statement:

"Further, review of Platinum Jet Management (PJM) and Darby Aviation documentation showed that Darby was often unaware of on-demand charter flights conducted by PJM under Darby’s certificate. For example, in some cases, including the accident flight, PJM conducted on-demand revenue flights under Part 91 when they should have been conducted under Part 135.94"

As you review this accident report, please analyze how the following contributed to the setup for this accident:

a) The wet-lease agreements that Darby Aviation made with Platinum Jet Management (PJM).

b) The operational control arrangement that Darby Aviation had to "oversee" or NOT oversee adequately the PJM-operated flights.

c) Lack of FAA oversight of Darby Aviation and Platinum Jet Management (AAR 0604, pages 56-57)

According to the NTSP report, it claimed that the wet-lease agreement between the two parties was contrary to the provisions of the Law (14 CFR 119.53(b). Where one of the two parties does not have part 135 certificate,

the report states that PJM had conducted all of its requisite monitoring

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and surveillance items during its visits, including ramp inspections. Nevertheless, Darby Aviation's POI had not monitored the PJMoperations because PJM did not have a Part 135 certificate and some other issues. It was clearly stated in the review section of the study that under Charter management agreements, The management and operational control of an uncertified operator shall be the responsibility of the holder of the Part 135 certificate.

Based on previous statements as well as Birmingham FSDO staff argument, FAA was unaware of the non-compliance with the Charter Management Agreement; Darby's organizational authority to manage the implementation of PJM. In addition to the inability of FSDO personnel to understand the case, the FAA is responsible for monitoring compliance with the legislation that it has not already accomplished.

Quiz Score: 100 out of 100