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Who is helping the state provide security for the airports ? Licence > flight

exemple question 136
Airport security committee. annex 17 security 3 2 3 each contracting state shall arrange the establishment of an airport security committee at each airport serving international civil aviation to assist authority mentioned under 3 2 2 in its role of coordinating implementation of security controls procedures as specified in airport security programme.


Definition of Security the ICAO Annex 17 is a combination of measures ?

exemple question 137
Definition of security icao annex 17 a combination of measures And human material resources intended to safeguard civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference. annex 17 security chapter 1 definitions security safeguarding civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference this objective achieved a combination of measures human material resources.


What instructions would be given to an aircraft subject to unlawful interference hi jack ?

exemple question 138
What instructions would be given to an aircraft subject to unlawful interference hi jack Directed to an isolated parking position. icao doc 4444 chapter 15 procedures related to emergencies communication failure and contingencies 15 1 3 10 an aircraft known or believed to be subject of unlawful interference or which other reasons needs isolation from normal aerodrome activities shall be cleared to designated isolated parking position where such an isolated parking position has not been designated or if designated position not available aircraft shall be cleared to a position within area or areas selected prior agreement with aerodrome authority the taxi clearance shall specify taxi route to be followed to parking position this route shall be selected with a view to minimizing any security risks to public other aircraft installations at aerodrome icao annex 14 aerodrome 3 14 isolated aircraft parking position 3 14 1 an isolated aircraft parking position shall be designated or aerodrome control tower shall be advised of an area or areas suitable the parking of an aircraft which known or believed to be subject of unlawful interference or which other reasons needs isolation from normal aerodrome activities 3 14 2 recommendation the isolated aircraft parking position should be located at maximum distance practicable in any case never less than 100 m from other parking positions buildings or public areas etc care should be taken to ensure that position not located over underground utilities such as gas aviation fuel and to extent feasible electrical or communication cables.


exemple question 139
If an aircraft subjected to an act of unlawful seizure has landed on its territory a contracting state shall 1 detain aircraft on ground 2 deliver food and water but turn down requests fuel 3 let aircraft depart if it necessary to protect human life Directed to an isolated parking position. icao doc 4444 chapter 15 procedures related to emergencies communication failure and contingencies 15 1 3 10 an aircraft known or believed to be subject of unlawful interference or which other reasons needs isolation from normal aerodrome activities shall be cleared to designated isolated parking position where such an isolated parking position has not been designated or if designated position not available aircraft shall be cleared to a position within area or areas selected prior agreement with aerodrome authority the taxi clearance shall specify taxi route to be followed to parking position this route shall be selected with a view to minimizing any security risks to public other aircraft installations at aerodrome icao annex 14 aerodrome 3 14 isolated aircraft parking position 3 14 1 an isolated aircraft parking position shall be designated or aerodrome control tower shall be advised of an area or areas suitable the parking of an aircraft which known or believed to be subject of unlawful interference or which other reasons needs isolation from normal aerodrome activities 3 14 2 recommendation the isolated aircraft parking position should be located at maximum distance practicable in any case never less than 100 m from other parking positions buildings or public areas etc care should be taken to ensure that position not located over underground utilities such as gas aviation fuel and to extent feasible electrical or communication cables.


exemple question 140
Which of following statements correct concerning flight crew compartment door This door shall be capable of being locked. Ecqb04 october 2017 icao annex 6 13 2 security of flight crew compartment 13 2 1 in all aeroplanes which are equipped with a flight crew compartment door this door shall be capable of being locked means shall be provided which cabin crew can discreetly notify flight crew in event of suspicious activity or security breaches in cabin 13 2 2 from 1 november 2003 all passenger carrying aeroplanes of a maximum certificated take off mass in excess of 45500 kg or with a passenger seating capacity greater than 60 shall be equipped with an approved flight crew compartment door that designed to resist penetration small arms fire grenade shrapnel to resist forcible intrusions unauthorized persons this door shall be capable of being locked unlocked from either pilot's station 13 2 3 in all aeroplanes which are equipped with a flight crew compartment door in accordance with 13 2 2 a) this door shall be closed locked from time all external doors are closed following embarkation until any such door opened disembarkation except when necessary to permit access egress authorized persons and b) means shall be provided monitoring from either pilot's station entire door area outside flight crew compartment to identify persons requesting entry to detect suspicious behaviour or potential threat.


exemple question 141
In all aeroplanes which are equipped with a flight crew compartment door this door shall be closed and locked from The time all external doors are closed following embarkation until any such door opened disembarkation. icao annex 6 operation of aircraft 13 2 security of flight crew compartment 13 2 1 in all aeroplanes which are equipped with a flight crew compartment door this door shall be capable of being locked means shall be provided which cabin crew can discreetly notify flight crew in event of suspicious activity or security breaches in cabin 13 2 2 all passenger carrying aeroplanes a) of a maximum certificated take off mass in excess of 54 500 kg or b) of a maximum certificated take off mass in excess of 45 500 kg with a passenger seating capacity greater than 19 or c) with a passenger seating capacity greater than 60 shall be equipped with an approved flight crew compartment door that designed to resist penetration small arms fire grenade shrapnel to resist forcible intrusions unauthorized persons this door shall be capable of being locked unlocked from either pilot's station 13 2 3 in all aeroplanes which are equipped with a flight crew compartment door in accordance with 13 2 2 a) this door shall be closed locked from time all external doors are closed following embarkation until any such door opened disembarkation except when necessary to permit access egress authorized persons and b) means shall be provided monitoring from either pilot's station entire door area outside flight crew compartment to identify persons requesting entry to detect suspicious behaviour or potential threat.


exemple question 142
Accident investigation objective the sole objective of investigation of an accident or incident shall be Prevention of future accidents or incidents. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation over years a number of measures have been adopted under auspices of international civil aviation organization to organise accident investigation and since 1994 incident investigation in fact as far as aviation safety concerned international aspects cannot be ignored there can be no borders international cooperation therefore essential these measures are included in article 26 of convention on international civil aviation in annex 13 to this convention the general organisation of investigations codified as are notification rules of events the presentation dissemination of results specifically states are obliged to institute an investigation in case of an accident or serious incident on their territory it specified that sole aim of an investigation into an accident or an incident to prevent future accidents or incidents that this activity shall in no case be concerned with apportioning blame or liability the close association of representatives of state of registry of operation of design construction of aircraft defined investigating state benefits from their knowledge skills allowing rapid complete feedback regarding safety issues.


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Accident investigation who responsible the initiation of an accident investigation The state of occurrence. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation chapter 4 notification responsibility of the state of occurrence forwarding 4 1 the state of occurrence shall forward a notification of an accident a serious incident or an incident to be investigated within context of this annex with a minimum of delay by most suitable quickest means available to a) state of registry b) state of operator c) state of design d) state of manufacture and e) international civil aviation organization when aircraft involved of a maximum mass of over 2 250 kg or a turbojet powered aeroplane.


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Accident incident notification and reporting after landing while taxiing towards apron landing gear sinks into a hole nobody gets injured but aircraft sustains a structural failure this obliges crew to delay departure This an accident the crew must follow procedure relevant to this case. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation accident an occurrence associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down in which a) a person fatally or seriously injured as a result of being in aircraft or direct contact with any part of aircraft including parts which have become detached from aircraft or direct exposure to jet blast except when injuries are from natural causes self inflicted or inflicted other persons or when injuries are to stowaways hiding outside areas normally available to passengers crew or b) aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which adversely affects structural strength performance or flight characteristics of aircraft and would normally require major repair or replacement of affected component except engine failure or damage when damage limited to a single engine (including its cowlings or accessories) to propellers wing tips antennas probes vanes tires brakes wheels fairings panels landing gear doors windscreens aircraft skin (such as small dents or puncture holes) or minor damages to main rotor blades tail rotor blades landing gear those resulting from hail or bird strike (including holes in radome) or c) aircraft missing or completely inaccessible for information serious incident an incident involving circumstances indicating that there was a high probability of an accident associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down the difference between an accident a serious incident lies only in result  PDF 010_serious_incidents.


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The icao document that primarily deals with accident investigation This an accident the crew must follow procedure relevant to this case. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation.


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Icao annex 13 accident/incident notification and reporting the aircraft has made a complete stop on apron when disembarking aircraft one of passengers walks into trailing edge of wing and gets seriously injured This an accident the crew must follow procedure relevant this case. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation accident an occurrence associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down in which a) a person fatally or seriously injured as a result of being in aircraft or direct contact with any part of aircraft including parts which have become detached from aircraft or direct exposure to jet blast except when injuries are from natural causes self inflicted or inflicted other persons or when injuries are to stowaways hiding outside areas normally available to passengers crew or b) aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which adversely affects structural strength performance or flight characteristics of aircraft and would normally require major repair or replacement of affected component except engine failure or damage when damage limited to a single engine (including its cowlings or accessories) to propellers wing tips antennas probes vanes tires brakes wheels fairings panels landing gear doors windscreens aircraft skin (such as small dents or puncture holes) or minor damages to main rotor blades tail rotor blades landing gear those resulting from hail or bird strike (including holes in radome) or c) aircraft missing or completely inaccessible for information serious incident an incident involving circumstances indicating that there was a high probability of an accident associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down the difference between an accident a serious incident lies only in result  PDF 010_serious_incidents.


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Icao annex 13 notification and reportingduring climb out phase of a flight pilot in command becomes incapacitated the co pilot takes over control of aircraft and decides that he will return landing what action has to be taken after landing This a serious incident the crew must follow procedure relevant to an incident. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation accident an occurrence associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down in which a) a person fatally or seriously injured as a result of being in aircraft or direct contact with any part of aircraft including parts which have become detached from aircraft or direct exposure to jet blast except when injuries are from natural causes self inflicted or inflicted other persons or when injuries are to stowaways hiding outside areas normally available to passengers crew or b) aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which adversely affects structural strength performance or flight characteristics of aircraft and would normally require major repair or replacement of affected component except engine failure or damage when damage limited to a single engine (including its cowlings or accessories) to propellers wing tips antennas probes vanes tires brakes wheels fairings panels landing gear doors windscreens aircraft skin (such as small dents or puncture holes) or minor damages to main rotor blades tail rotor blades landing gear those resulting from hail or bird strike (including holes in radome) or c) aircraft missing or completely inaccessible for information serious incident an incident involving circumstances indicating that there was a high probability of an accident associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down the difference between an accident a serious incident lies only in result  PDF 010_serious_incidents.


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The report on inquiry requires icao under an accident or an incident Has sole objective prevention of future accidents it not purpose of this activity to apportion blame or liability. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation objective of the investigation 3 1 the sole objective of investigation of an accident or incident shall be prevention of accidents incidents it not purpose of this activity to apportion blame or liability the report on inquiry may issue opinions safety recommendations but without any objective nor obligation towards a hypothetical help to aircraft manufacturers.


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In case of serious incidents the report on inquiry requires icao under an accident or an incident Institute the state of occurrence this state may consider delegating whole or any part of conducting of such investigation to another state or a regional accident incident investigation organization (raio). icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation responsibility for instituting and conducting the investigation accidents or incidents in the territory of a contracting state state of occurrence 5 1 the state of occurrence shall institute an investigation into circumstances of accident be responsible the conduct of investigation but it may delegate whole or any part of conducting of such investigation to another state or a regional accident incident investigation organization (raio) mutual arrangement consent in any event state of occurrence shall use every means to facilitate investigation 5 1 1 recommendation the state of occurrence should institute an investigation into circumstances of a serious incident such a state may delegate whole or any part of conducting of such investigation to another state or a regional accident incident investigation organization mutual arrangement consent in any event state of occurrence should use every means to facilitate investigation.


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Annex 13 definitions a recorder installed in aircraft the purpose of complementing accident/incident investigation Institute the state of occurrence this state may consider delegating whole or any part of conducting of such investigation to another state or a regional accident incident investigation organization (raio). icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation responsibility for instituting and conducting the investigation accidents or incidents in the territory of a contracting state state of occurrence 5 1 the state of occurrence shall institute an investigation into circumstances of accident be responsible the conduct of investigation but it may delegate whole or any part of conducting of such investigation to another state or a regional accident incident investigation organization (raio) mutual arrangement consent in any event state of occurrence shall use every means to facilitate investigation 5 1 1 recommendation the state of occurrence should institute an investigation into circumstances of a serious incident such a state may delegate whole or any part of conducting of such investigation to another state or a regional accident incident investigation organization mutual arrangement consent in any event state of occurrence should use every means to facilitate investigation.


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In accordance to regulation eu 996/2010 considered as serious incident A near collision requiring an avoidance manoeuvre. regulation eu 996/2010 list of examples of serious incidents the incidents listed are typical examples of incidents that are likely to be serious incidents the list not exhaustive only serves as guidance with respect to definition of «serious incident» a near collision requiring an avoidance manoeuvre to avoid a collision or an unsafe situation or when an avoidance action would have been appropriate controlled flight into terrain only marginally avoided aborted take offs on a closed or engaged runway on a taxiway excluding authorised operations helicopters or from an unassigned runway take offs from a closed or engaged runway from a taxiway excluding authorised operations helicopters or from an unassigned runway landings or attempted landings on a closed or engaged runway on a taxiway excluding authorised operations helicopters or from an unassigned runway gross failures to achieve predicted performance during take off or initial climb fires smoke in passenger compartment in cargo compartments or engine fires even though such fires were extinguished the use of extinguishing agents events requiring emergency use of oxygen the flight crew aircraft structural failure or engine disintegration including uncontained turbine engine failures not classified as an accident multiple malfunctions of one or more aircraft systems seriously affecting operation of aircraft flight crew incapacitation in flight fuel quantity requiring declaration of an emergency the pilot runway incursions classified with severity a according to manual on prevention of runway incursions (icao doc 9870) which contains information on severity classifications take off or landing incidents incidents such as undershooting overrunning or running off side of runways system failures weather phenomena operation outside approved flight envelope or other occurrences which could have caused difficulties controlling aircraft failure of more than one system in a redundancy system mandatory flight guidance navigation.


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The accident investigation preliminary report shall be submitted to appropriate states and to icao in One of working languages of icao. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation working languages of icao are english arabic chinese french russian spanish.


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Upon receipt of notification and a request the state of occurrence participation state of design and state of manufacture shall in case of an accident or serious incident inform state of occurrence of name of its representative to be present at investigation when aircraft has a maximum mass over One of working languages of icao. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation chapter 4 notification responsibility of the state of occurrence forwarding 4 1 the state of occurrence shall forward a notification of an accident a serious incident or an incident to be investigated within context of this annex with a minimum of delay by most suitable quickest means available to a) state of registry b) state of operator c) state of design d) state of manufacture and e) international civil aviation organization when aircraft involved of a maximum mass of over 2 250 kg or a turbojet powered aeroplane obligations 5 22 when state conducting an investigation of an accident to an aircraft of a maximum mass of over 2250 kg specifically requests participation the state of registry state of operator state of design or state of manufacture state(s) concerned shall each appoint an accredited representative.


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Which of following according to icao annex 13 shall be entitled to appoint an accredited representative to participate in investigation Any state which on request provides information facilities or experts to state conducting investigation. Participation in the investigation participation of the state of registry the state of the operator the state of design and the state of manufacture rights 5 18 the state of registry state of operator state of design the state of manufacture shall each be entitled to appoint an accredited representative to participate in investigation participation of other states rights 5 23 any state which on request provides information facilities or experts to state conducting investigation shall be entitled to appoint an accredited representative to participate in investigation.


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Icao annex 13 definitionsan accident an occurrence associated with operation of an aircraft in which The aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which adversely affects structural strength would require major repair. icao annex 13 aircraft accident incident investigation accident an occurrence associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down in which a) a person fatally or seriously injured as a result of being in aircraft or direct contact with any part of aircraft including parts which have become detached from aircraft or direct exposure to jet blast except when injuries are from natural causes self inflicted or inflicted other persons or when injuries are to stowaways hiding outside areas normally available to passengers crew or b) aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which adversely affects structural strength performance or flight characteristics of aircraft and would normally require major repair or replacement of affected component except engine failure or damage when damage limited to a single engine (including its cowlings or accessories) to propellers wing tips antennas probes vanes tires brakes wheels fairings panels landing gear doors windscreens aircraft skin (such as small dents or puncture holes) or minor damages to main rotor blades tail rotor blades landing gear those resulting from hail or bird strike (including holes in radome) or c) aircraft missing or completely inaccessible for information serious incident an incident involving circumstances indicating that there was a high probability of an accident associated with operation of an aircraft which in case of a manned aircraft takes place between time any person boards aircraft with intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked or in case of an unmanned aircraft takes place between time aircraft ready to move with purpose of flight until such time as it comes to rest at end of flight the primary propulsion system shut down the difference between an accident a serious incident lies only in result  PDF 010_serious_incidents.



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