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Air Laws Questions

Laws in the Philippines (R.A. 776, R.A. 9497, P.D. 1570) and its History

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

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1. The act creating

the Civil Aeronautics

Board

and

the Bureau

Transportation, which is known as Air Transportation Office, is the

a. RA 677

b. RA 778

c. RA 776

d. RA 887

of

Air

1996

2. The first licensure examination for aeronautical engineers was conducted by the PRC last

a. July 1982

b. July 1983

c. November 1982

d. November 1983

3. Creation of Mactan Cebu International Authority, or “The Charter of Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority.”

a. R.A. 6958

b. E.O. 778

c. P.D. 286

d. R.A. 9497

4. Creation of the Manila International Airport Authority.

a. R.A. 6958

b. E.O. 778

c. P.D. 286

d. R.A. 9497

5. Creation of the Philippine Aerospace Development Corporation.

 

a.

R.A. 6958

 

b.

E.O. 778

c.

P.D. 286

d.

R.A. 9497

Nomenclature

     

Designation

Abbreviation

Form of Government

 

Dates

Act

Act

Philippine government under United States sovereignty

19001935

Commonwealth

     

Act

CA

 

19351946

Republic Act

   

194672,

RA

Republic

1987present

Presidential

PD

 

Republic

under Martial

Law/Fourth

19721986

Decree

Republic

Presidential

     

Proclamation

PP

Republic under Martial Law

 

19721986

Batas Pambansa

BP

 

19781985

Executive

     

Order

EO

Republic under Provisional Constitution

19861987

Air Laws Questions

R.A. 776

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

- Everything you are going through is preparing you for what you asked for. -

1.

The permit to engage in domestic air commerce is issued to

1996

a. Filipino citizens only

b. any airline as long as it is registered

c. any carrier

d. None of these is correct.

2. R.A. 776 was approved on

a. June 20, 1952

b. June 11, 1978

c. July 15, 2003

d. March 4, 2008

3. The title of R.A. 776 shall be “

a. The Civil Aviation Act of the Philippines

b. The Civil Aeronautics Act of the Philippines

c. The Civil Aviation Authority Act of the Philippines

d. The Civil Aeronautics Authority Act of the Philippines

4. Those that ensure just and reasonable return on the capital invested, taking into consideration the cost of construction, operation, and maintenance and non- aeronautical revenue of the air navigation facility affected, which shall be uniform.

a. Landing fees

b. Reasonable charges

c. Royalties

d. Terminal fees

5. Any locality either on water or on land, which is adapted for landing and taking- off of aircraft located along an airway and is intermediate to airports connected

by the airway, whether or not facilities are provided for the shelter, servicing, or repair of aircraft, or for receiving or discharging passengers or cargo.

a. Aerodrome

b. Airport

c. Landing field

d. Ramp

6. Any person, who does not directly operate an aircraft for the purpose of engaging in air transportation or air commerce and not bonafide employee of an air carrier, who as principal or agent, sells or offers for sale any air

transportation of cargo, or negotiates for, or holds himself out of solicitation, advertisement, or otherwise as one who sells, provides, furnished, contracts or arranges for such air transportation of cargo.

a. General sales agent

b. Cargo sales agent

c. Airfreight forwarder

d. Air carrier

7. Any indirect air carrier which, in the ordinary and usual course of its undertaking, assembles and consolidates or provides for assembling and

consolidating such property or performs or provides for the performance of break- bulk and distributing operations with respect to consolidated shipments, and is responsible for the transportation of property from the point of receipt to point of destination and utilizes for the whole or any part of such transportation the services of a direct air carrier.

a. General sales agent

b. Cargo sales agent

c. Airfreight forwarder

d. Air carrier

8. A person who undertakes, whether directly or indirectly, or by a lease of any other arrangements, to engage in air transportation or air commerce.

a. General sales agent

b. Cargo sales agent

c. Airfreight forwarder

d. Air carrier

9. A person not a bonafide employee of an air carrier, who pursuant to an authority from an airline, by itself or through an agent, sells or offers for sale any air transportation, or negotiates for, or holds himself out by solicitation, advertisement or otherwise as one who sells, provides, furnishes, contracts, or arranges for, such air transportation.

a. General sales agent

b. Cargo sales agent

c. Airfreight forwarder

d. Air carrier

10. The Civil Aeronautics Board is composed of how many members?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 5
c.
5

d. 7

11. Which is true regarding the composition and assumption of office of the CAB members?

a. No member of the Board shall have any pecuniary interest in, or own any stock or bond of, any civil aeronautics enterprise.

b. The Commanding General of the Philippine Air Force is one of the members of the Board.

c. The Secretary of National Defense or his designated representative will be
c. The Secretary of National Defense or his designated representative will be

c. The Secretary of National Defense or his designated representative will be

c. The Secretary of National Defense or his designated representative will be the Chairman.

the Chairman.

c. The Secretary of National Defense or his designated representative will be the Chairman.

d. The Assistant Secretary for Air Transportation of the Department of Transportation and Communications will act as the Vice-Chairman.

12. What is the minimum number of present board members to constitute a quorum?

a. 2

b. 3
b.
3

c. 4

d. 5

13. The power to regulate the economic aspect of air transportation and general

supervision and regulation of air carriers, general sales agents, cargo sales agents, and airfreight forwarders as well as their property, property rights, equipment, facilities, and franchise rest on the

a. Civil Aeronautics Administration

b. Civil Aeronautics Board

c. Department of National Defense

d. Department of Transportation and Communications

14. Under what section of the R.A. 776 are the powers and duties of the Board enumerated?

a. 10
a.
10

b. 11

c. 25

d. 32

15. It is the permit issued by the Board that authorizes a person to engage in air commerce and/or transportation, foreign and/or domestic.

a. Certificate of Registration

b. Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity

c. Certificate of Commerce

d. Certificate of Acknowledgement

16. No permit shall be issued for a period of more than

a. 1 year

b. 5 years

c. 10 years

d. 25 years

17. The Civil Aeronautics Administration was organized under section

776.

a. 10

b. 11

c. 25
c.
25

of R.A.

d. 32

18. The Civil Aeronautics Administration supervision and control of the

shall

be

a. Department of Commerce and Industry

under the Administrative

b. Department of National Defense

c. Department of Transportation and Communications

d. Department of Tourism

19. The Civil Aeronautics Administration is composed of

a. 2
a.
2

b. 3

c. 5

d. 7

members.

20. Which among the following statements regarding the Civil Aeronautics Administrator is true?

a. The Administrator shall be appointed by the President of the Philippines with the consent of the Commission on Appointments.

b. The Administrator shall receive an annual basic salary of seven thousand, two hundred pesos (7,200) and, subject to the approval of the President, additional salary of one thousand, eight hundred pesos (1,800) per annum.

c. The Administrator shall be the Administrative head of the Civil Aeronautics Administration and shall possess the powers generally conferred upon bureau heads.

d. The Administrator shall administer all laws relating to civil aviation in the Philippines.

e. All of the above

21. The powers and duties of the Administrator are enumerated under section R.A. 776.

a. 10

b. 11

c. 25

d. 32
d.
32

of

22. Decisions, order and/or ruling of the Board shall become final and conclusive

days from the date thereof unless appealed within said period to the

after

Supreme Court by certiorari.

a. fifteen (15)

b. thirty (30)

c. sixty (60)

d. ninety (90)

Republic Act No. 776 AN ACT, TO REORGANIZE THE CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD AND THE CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION OF CIVIL AERONAUTICS IN THE PHILIPPINES AND AUTHORIZING THE APROPRIATION OF FUNDS THEREFOR

Chapter I

-

Title and Purpose

Chapter II

-

General Provisions

Chapter III

-

Civil Aeronautics Board

Chapter IV

-

Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity

Chapter V

-

Civil Aeronautics Administration

Chapter VI

-

Registration and Record

Chapter VII

-

Violation and Penalties

Chapter VIII

-

Orders and Judicial Review

Chapter IX

-

Receipts of the CAA and CAB Miscellaneous Provisions

Chapter X

- (10 Chapters, 56 Sections)

Air Laws Questions

R.A. 9497

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

- The only way to succeed is to not worry about what anyone else is doing. -

1.

In R.A. 9497, the Board Members are composed of how many members? Section 5

a. 2

b. 3

c. 5

d. 7
d.
7

2. Republic Act No. 9497 is also known as the

a. Civil Aviation Authority Act of 2008

b. Civil Aeronautics Act of 2008

c. Civil Aeronautics Board Act of 2008

d. Civil Aviation Act of 2008

3. It refers to all charges for the use of any landing strip or runway by any aircraft landing or taking off at an aerodrome.

a. Terminal fees

b. Royalties

c. Landing fees

d. Reasonable charges

4. This section declares the creation of the Authority, an independent regulatory body with quasi-judicial and quasi-legislative powers.

a. 4
a.
4

b. 9

c. 24

d. 35

5. To what executive department of the Philippines is CAAP attached to for policy coordination?

a. Department of National Defense (DND)

b. Department of Science and Technology (DOST)

c. Department of Tourism (DoT)

d. Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC)

6. Which among the following statements regarding the Director General is not true?

a. The Director General shall head the Authority.

b. The Philippine president appoints the Director General.

c. The Director General shall be responsible for the exercise of all powers and the discharge of all duties of the Authority and shall have control over all personnel and activities of the Authority.

d. The Director General shall have tenure of six (6) years and shall only be

 

removed for cause in accordance with the rules and regulations prescribed

by the Civil Service Commission.

 

7. Who shall be prohibited from holding any interest whatsoever, either as investor, stockholder, officer, or director, in any company or entity engaged in air commerce, whether scheduled or unscheduled, passenger or cargo, domestic or international, or in any business providing support services to persons engaged in air commerce and therefore divest, through sale or legal disposition, of any and all interests in such undertakings?

a. All members of the Board

b. All members of the Board or any of their relatives within the second civil degree of consanguinity or affinity, legitimate or common law

c. All members of the Board or any of their relatives within the third civil degree of consanguinity or affinity, legitimate or common law

d. All members of the Board or any of their relatives within the fourth civil
d. All members of the Board or any of their relatives within the fourth civil

d. All members of the Board or any of their relatives within the fourth civil

the Board or any of their relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity,

degree of consanguinity or affinity, legitimate or common law

the Board or any of their relatives within the fourth civil degree of consanguinity or affinity,

8. No member of the Board or any employee of the Authority shall accept employment or enter into a contract of service with an entity regulated by the Authority

from the termination of his/her appointment, whether

until the expiry of

resignation or revocation or otherwise.

a. 90 days

b. 120 days

c. 1 year

d. 2 year

9. The presence of how many member/s of the Board constitute a quorum?

b.

3

c. 4
c.
4

d. 5

10. The majority vote of

members in a meeting where a quorum is present shall

be necessary for the adoption of any rule, ruling, order, resolution, decision, or other act of the Board.

a. 1

b. 3
b.
3

c. 4

d. 5

11. Under what section of this R.A. are the qualifications of a Director General specified?

a. 4

b. 9
b.
9

c. 24

d. 35

12. What are the qualifications of a Director General? 1: Filipino; 2: at least

of good moral character, unquestionable

thirty-five

(35)

years of

age;

3:

integrity, and recognized competence; 4: degree holder with at least five (5) years supervisory/management experience in the field of aviation

a. 1, 2, and 3

b. 1, 2, and 4

c. 1, 3, and 4

d. 1, 2, 3, and 4

13. In reference to Section 10, which among the following statements regarding Board Meetings is true?

a. The Board shall meet regularly once a month and may hold special meetings to consider urgent matters upon call of the Chairman or upon the initiative of three (3) members.

b. The Board shall meet regularly once a month and may hold special meetings

 

to consider urgent matters upon call of the Chairman or upon the initiative

of four (4) members.

 

c. The Board shall meet once a year and may hold special meetings to consider urgent matters upon call of the Chairman or upon the initiative of three (3) members.

d. The Board shall meet once a year and may hold special meetings to consider urgent matters upon call of the Chairman or upon the initiative of four (4) members.

14. The principal office of the Authority is at

a. Cebu

b. Davao

c. Metro Manila

d. Pampanga

15. The Authority shall have an authorized capital stock of

a. Php 5,000,000.00

b. Php 50,000,000.00

c. Php 5,000,000,000.00

d. Php 50,000,000,000.00

16. The importation of equipment, machineries, spare parts, accessories, and other materials including supplies and services used solely and exclusively in the operations of the authority not obtained locally shall

a. not be exempted from all direct and indirect taxes, wharfage fees, and other charges and restrictions

b. be exempted from all direct and indirect taxes, wharfage fees, and other
b. be exempted from all direct and indirect taxes, wharfage fees, and other

b. be exempted from all direct and indirect taxes, wharfage fees, and other

b. be exempted from all direct and indirect taxes, wharfage fees, and other charges and restrictions

charges and restrictions

b. be exempted from all direct and indirect taxes, wharfage fees, and other charges and restrictions

17. The Authority can revise the schedule of fees and fines

a. once a year

b. thrice a year

d. once in three years

18. The annual report prepared by the Authority should be submitted to the President of the Philippines, to the Senate, and to the House of Representatives

a. once a year

b. thrice a year

c. once in three months

d. once in three years

19. Under what section of this R.A. are the powers and functions of the Board specified?

a. 4

b. 9

c. 24
c.
24

d. 35

20. Under what section of this R.A. are the powers and functions of the Director General specified?

a. 4

b. 9

c. 24

d. 35
d.
35

21. This office composed of in-house counsels of the Authority provides adequate legal assistance and support to the Director General.

a. Administrative and Finance Services

b. Aerodrome Development and Management Services

c. Air Traffic and Air Navigation Services

d. Aircraft Accident Investigation and Inquiry

e. Enforcement and Legal Service

f. Flight Standards Inspectorate Service

22. Under Section 38: Right of Access to Inspection, which among the following is exempted from unrestricted inspection?

a. Civil aircraft registered in the Philippines wherever they are operated in the world

b. Facility or offices of Philippine air operators

c. Privately-owned aerodromes

d. None of the above

23. This office will assist the Director General in carrying out the responsibilities of certification and ongoing inspections of aircraft, airmen, and air operators.

a. Administrative and Finance Services

b. Aerodrome Development and Management Services

c. Air Traffic and Air Navigation Services

d. Aircraft Accident Investigation and Inquiry

e. Enforcement and Legal Service

f. Flight Standards Inspectorate Service

24. Which certificate ownership?

is

a. Airworthiness

b. Design

c. Reciprocity

d. Registration

a conclusive evidence of aircraft’s nationality and

25. Which aircrafts are eligible to be registered in the Philippines? 1:Filipino- owned; 2: leased to a Filipino; 3: leased to a corporation whose 50% of capital is owned by a Filipino; 4: leased to an association whose 60% of capital is owned by a Filipino; 5: foreign-owned or registered aircraft used by aero clubs for recreation, sports, or flying skills development

a. 1, 2, and 4

b. 1, 2, and 3

c. 1, 2, 4, and 5

26.

Determine which among the following statements are included in your power as the Director General/Board.

a. Exercise police authority within the premises of airports.

b. Regulate height of buildings, towers, antennae, and other edifices situated within the vicinity or in close proximity to airports.

c. Prohibit or regulate the establishment and operations of electrical, electronics, sound, magnetic, or laser which will tend to interfere with or impair air navigation.

d. Monitor and enforce compliance of the rules and regulations concerning the carriage of goods by air.

e. Planning, development, construction, operation, maintenance, or expansion of airports.

f. All of the above

27. The Air Transportation Office created under R.A. 776 is abolished under section

a. 85
a.
85

b. 90

c. 91

d. 94

28. This Act shall take effect

after its complete publication in at least

national newspaper of general circulation.

a. fifteen (15); two (2)

b. fifteen (15); one (1)

c. sixty (60); two (2)

d. sixty (60); one (1)

29. The last section of this R.A. is Effectivity. It is under section

a. 85

b. 90

c. 91

d. 94
d.
94

30. The Congressional Oversight Committee is created under section

a. 85

b. 90

c. 91
c.
91

d. 94

31. According to Section 90, the Authority shall adopt rules and regulations to

implement the provisions of this Act within

a. fifteen (15) days

b. thirty (30) days

c. sixty (60) days

d. ninety (90) days

from the date of its approval.

32. The Philippine president who signed this R.A. was

a. Ferdinand E. Marcos

b. Joseph E. Estrada

c. Fidel V. Ramos

d. Gloria M. Arroyo

33. R.A. 9497 was signed last

a. June 20, 1952

b. June 11, 1978

c. July 15, 2003

d. March 4, 2008

34. It refers to all charges based on gross business or sales, or gross or net profit.

a. Landing fees

b. Terminal fees

c. Royalties

35.

It refers to charges for parking at or near the ramp, terminal area, or building, for purposes of loading or unloading passengers and/or cargo.

a. Landing fees

b. Terminal fees

c. Royalties

d. Reasonable charges

36. It refers to any parts, appurtenances, and accessories of aircraft, aircraft engines, propellers, and appliances, maintained for installation or use in an

aircraft, aircraft engine, propeller, or appliance, but which at the time are not installed therein or attached thereto.

a. Aircraft engine

b. Propeller

c. Supplies

d. Spare parts

37. It includes any and all items of whatever nature or description that may be necessary for, or incidental to the operation of an aircraft.

a. Aircraft engine

b. Propeller

c. Supplies

d. Spare parts

38. It refers to an inclusive term for all parts, appurtenances, and accessories of a propeller.

a. Aircraft engine

b. Propeller

c. Supplies

d. Spare parts

39. It refers to any engine use, or intended to be used for propulsion of aircraft and includes all parts, appurtenances, and accessories thereof other than propeller.

a. Aircraft engine

b. Propeller

c. Supplies

d. Spare parts

40. An air carrier who is a citizen of the Philippines.

a. Philippine air carrier

b. Foreign air carrier

c. International commercial air transport

d. Domestic air transport

41. It refers to the carriage by aircraft of persons or property for remuneration or hire or the carriage of mail between any two (2) or more countries.

a. Philippine air carrier

b. Foreign air carrier

c. International commercial air transport

d. Domestic air transport

42. Any operator, not being a Philippine air operator, which undertakes, whether directly or indirectly or by lease or any other arrangement, to engage in commercial air transport operations within the borders of airspace of the Philippines, whether on a scheduled or chartered basis.

a. Philippine air carrier

b. Foreign air carrier

c. International commercial air transport

d. Domestic air transport

43. Air transportation within the limits of the Philippine territory.

a. Philippine air carrier

b. Foreign air carrier

c. International commercial air transport

d. Domestic air transport

44.

It refers to any facility used in, available for use in, or designed for use in aid of air navigation, including airports, landing areas, lights, any apparatus or equipment for disseminating weather information, for signaling, for radio directional finding, or for radio or other electromagnetic communication, and any other structure or mechanism having a similar purpose for guiding or controlling flight in the air or the landing and take-off of aircraft.

a. Aerodrome

b. Airport

c. Aircraft

d. Air navigation facility

45. It refers to any machine that can derive support in the atmosphere from the reaction of the air other than the reaction of the air against the earth’s surface.

a. Aerodrome

b. Airport

c. Aircraft

d. Air navigation facility

46. It refers to an airport, a defined area on land or water (including any building, installation, and equipment) intended to be used either wholly or in part for the arrival, departure, and surface movement of aircraft.

a. Aerodrome

b. Airport

c. Aircraft

d. Air navigation facility

47. It refers to any area of land or water designed, equipped, set apart or commonly used for affording facilities for the landing and departure of aircraft and includes any area or space, whether on the ground, on the roof of a building or elsewhere, which is designed, equipped or set apart for affording facilities for the landing and departure of aircraft capable of descending or climbing vertically.

a. Aerodrome

b. Airport

c. Aircraft

d. Air navigation facility

48. It refers to the transportation of persons, property, mail, or cargo by aircraft.

a. Aerial work

b. Air transport

c. Commercial air transport operation

d. General aviation

49. It refers to and includes scheduled or non-scheduled air transport services for pay or hire, the navigation of aircraft in furtherance of a business, the navigation of aircraft from one place to another for operation in the conduct of a business, or an aircraft operation involving the transport of passengers, cargo, or mail for remuneration or hire.

a. Aerial work

b. Air transport

c. Commercial air transport operation

d. General aviation

50. It refers to an aircraft operation in which an aircraft is used for specialized services such as agriculture, construction, photography, surveying, observation and patrol, search and rescue, aerial advertisement, etc.

a. Aerial work

b. Air transport

c. Commercial air transport operation

d. General aviation

51. It refers to an aircraft operation

of

a

civil

aircraft for other than

a

commercial air transport operation or aerial work operation.

a. Aerial work

b. Air transport

d. General aviation

52. Which is considered a practice of aeronautical engineering?

a. Commercial flying

b. Selling cleaning agents for aircraft

c. Teaching Algebra

d. Research about Fluid Dynamics

53. What document must a foreigner submit to qualify to take the written examination prior to registration for the practice of Aeronautical Engineering?

a. Knowledge Test Report

b. Proof of Reciprocity

c. Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity

d. Certificate of Proficiency

54. Define airworthiness. An aircraft, its engines, propellers, and other components and accessories are of proper design and construction, and are safe for navigation purposes, such design and construction being consistent with accepted engineering practice and in accordance with aerodynamic laws and aircraft science.

55. Differentiate and accident from an incident.

Republic Act No. 9497 AN ACT CREATING THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY OF THE PHILIPPINES, AUTHORIZING THE APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS THEREFOR, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

Chapter I

- General Provisions

Chapter II

- Organization of Authority

Chapter III

- General Policies

Chapter IV

- Powers of the Authority

Chapter V

- Powers and Functions of the Board

Chapter VI

- Authority Proper

Chapter VII

- The Director General

Chapter VIII

- Nationality and Ownership of Aircraft

Chapter IX

- Aviation Safety Powers and Functions

Chapter X

- Other Powers

Chapter XI

- Penalties

Chapter XII

- Transitory Provisions

(12 Chapters, 94 Sections)

Air Laws Questions

P.D. 1570 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

- Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. -

1.

The design of the seal of an Aeronautical Engineer includes a

1996

a. aircraft model

b. rocket

c. propeller

d. wing section

2. Section 22 of P.D. 1570 states that the Board may refuse to issue Certificate of

Registration to any person who is/has the following, except

a. unsound mind

b. guilt of civil offense

c. incurable disease

d. None of the above

1996

3. He shall act in professional matters as a faithful agent or trustee, and treat as confidential all matters and information concerning business affairs, technical

processes, and others. This code of ethics is included in

a. Relationship with State

b. Relationship with Engineers

1996

c. Relationship with Clients and Employers

d. Relationship with the Public

4. The imprisonment period for violating the law governing the practice of

Aeronautical Engineering is

1996

a. from one year to ten years

b. from one year to five years

c. from six months to one year

d. from six months to six years

5. Section 2 of the P.D. 1570 describes its objectives. Which of the following is not an objective of the P.D. 1570? 1996

a. Creation of a Society for Aeronautical Engineers in the Philippines.

b. Provide for and govern the examination for registration of Aeronautical Engineering.

c. Standardization and regulation of Aeronautical Engineering.

d. Supervision, control, and regulation of the practice of Aeronautical Engineering in the Philippines

6. Which of the following is not considered as an Aeronautical Engineering practice?

a. Selling of aircraft components

b. Directing and controlling an aircraft in flight

c. Construction of aircraft structures

d. All of these

7. The Rules and Regulations including the Code

Board of

Aeronautical Engineering shall be published in the Official Gazette and shall take effect in how many days after the date of their publication?

of

Ethics of

the

a. 15 days

b. 30 days

c. 60 days

d. 90 days

8. In the interest of national economy and well-being, he shall always strive in the execution of his work for optimum efficiency, economy, and safety. This code of

ethics is under

1996

a. Relation with the Public

b. Relation with Engineers

c. Relation with the State

d. Relation with Clients and Employers

9. What

is

the maximum diameter

Engineering?

a. 45 mm

b. 48 mm
b.
48 mm

c. 50 mm

d. 52 mm

of

the

10. The keystone of professional conduct is

seal

of

the Board of Aeronautical

a. justice

b. integrity

c. honesty

d. courtesy

11. He shall be dignified in explaining and discussing his work and shall refrain from self- laudatory advertising or propaganda. This code of ethics is included in

a. Relationship with the Profession

b. Relationship with Clients and Employers

c. Relationship with Engineers

d. Relationship with the Public

12. The Code of Ethics for Aeronautical Engineers encompasses relations with certain entities. Which of the following is not among the specified entities?

a. State

b. School

c. Profession

d. Public

13. The qualifications for a person to be appointed as member of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering is provided in P.D. 1570 at what section?

a. 3

b. 4
b.
4

c. 5

d. 6

14. What should be issued to all successful examinees of the technical written examination for aeronautical engineers upon payment of the required fee?

a. a Certificate of Competence

b. Certificate of Recognition

c. Certificate of Reciprocity

d. Certificate of Registration

15. President Decree No. 1570 was signed last

a. June 11, 1968

b. June 11, 1973

c. June 11, 1976

d. June 11, 1978

16. What document must a foreigner submit to qualify to take the technical written examination prior to registration for the practice of aeronautical engineering?

a. Proof of Residency

b. Proof of Competency

c. Proof of Registration

d. Proof of Reciprocity

17. Presidential Decree No. 1570 shall be known as the

a. Philippine Aerospace Engineering Decree

b. Philippine Aeronautics Empowerment Decree

c. Philippine Aeronautical Engineering Decree

d. Philippine Aeronautical Entitlement Decree

18. The Certificate of Registration given to the successful examinees of the technical written examination is signed by

a. the members of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering

b. the members of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering and SAEP president

c. the members of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering and Philippine president

d. the members of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering and PRC chairperson

19. The Board of Aeronautical Engineering under the Professional Regulation Commission is composed of how many members?

a. 2

b. 3
b.
3

c. 5

20.

Which is not a requirement to be a member of the Board of Engineering?

a.

A

citizen and resident of the Philippines

b.

At least thirty-one (31) years of age, and must be of good moral characters

c.

A holder of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering

d.

A registered aeronautical engineer under this Decree, with the exception of

the first group of appointees

e.

Had been in active practice of aeronautical engineering or teaching of subjects thereof for at least ten (10) years

f.

Not a member of the faculty of any university, college, institute, or school where a regular course in aeronautical engineering is taught or review classes conducted

g.

Not financially interested, directly or indirectly, in any university, college, institute, or school where a regular course in aeronautical engineering is taught or review classes conducted

h.

Not an elective officer of any professional association or organization of aeronautical engineering

i.

All of the above

 

j.

None of the above

21. The members of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering shall hold office for a term

of

year/s.

a. one (1)

b. two (2)

c. three (3)

d. four (4)

22. No member of the Board shall serve for more than

a. one (1)

b. two (2)

c. three (3)

d. four (4)

successive complete terms.

23. Which among the following statements regarding the removal of board member is incorrect?

a. Any member of the Board may, upon recommendation of the Commission be removed by the President of the Philippines.

b. The reasons for removal include neglect of duty, incompetence, commission or tolerance of irregularities in the examinations, malpractices, or

unprofessional or unethical, immoral, or dishonorable conduct.

c. The member to be removed must be given the opportunity to defend himself in

a proper administrative investigation.

d. No member of the Board may be removed.

24. Who shall conduct the written examinations?

a. Commission alone

b. Board alone

c. Commission and Board

d. SAEP and Board

25. The Board shall, within

days following the end of each fiscal year, submit

to the Commission an annual report on its activities.

a. fifteen (15)

b. thirty (30)

c. sixty (60)

d. ninety (90)

26. Any person who shall apply for admission to take the written examinations for aeronautical engineers should possess all the qualifications stated in section

a. 4

b. 14
b.
14

c. 25

d. 27

27. Which among the following statements examination?

is not necessary

to

take the written

a. At least twenty-one (21) years of age

b. Filipino or a qualified foreigner

c. Good moral character and reputation

d. Graduate of Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from any institution of learning recognized by the Government of the Philippines or of an equivalent course offered in any institution of learning in a foreign country subject to the provisions of existing laws

e. Not have been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude

f. None of the above

g. All of the above

28. Written examinations of candidates desiring to practice aeronautical engineering

once a year at a date and place

in the Philippines shall be given by the to be fixed by the

a. Board; Board

b. Board; Commission

c. Commission; Commission

d. Commission; Board

29. The relative weight for every subject shall always be divisible exactly by

a. three (3)

b. four (4)

c. five (5)

d. ten (10)

30. In order to pass the written examination, the candidate’s GWA must be equal to or

greater than

a. 75; 75

b. 75; 50

c. 50; 75

d. 50; 50

%,

with no rating below

%

in any subject.

31. Within

days after the last day of the examinations or on such date as may

be determined by the Commission, the Board shall submit its report on the ratings

obtained by each candidate to the Commissioner of the Commission for approval or other appropriate action.

a. fifteen (15)

b. thirty (30)

c. seventy (70)

d. ninety (90)

32. All ratings shall be released at least period.

a. fifteen (15)

b. thirty (30)

c. seventy (70)

d. ninety (90)

days before the next examination

33. All successful candidates in the written examinations shall receive a payment of the required fee.

a. Certificate of Excellence

b. Certificate of Public Convenience

c. Certificate of Reciprocity

d. Certificate of Registration

upon

34. Which among the following statements is incorrect.

a. The certificate, which will be signed by the Members of the Board and approved by the Commissioner, shall bear the full name of the registrant and the serial number of the certificate, and shall be authenticated with the official seal of the Board.

b. The issuance of the certificate by the Board under this Decree shall be evidence that the person named therein is entitled to all the rights and privileges of a registered aeronautical engineer while it remains unrevoked or unsuspended.

d. None of the above.

35. Which among the following statements regarding refusal to issue certificate is correct?

a. The Board may refuse to issue certificate to any person convicted by a court of competent jurisdiction of any criminal offense involving moral turpitude.

b. The Board may refuse to issue certificate to any person guilty of unprofessional, unethical, immoral or dishonorable conduct, or to any person of unsound mind

c. In the event of refusal to issue a certificate, the Board shall forthwith furnish the applicant a written statement setting forth its reason/s.

d. All of the above

36. Section

of the P.D. 1570 states that “The Board shall have the power

suspend or revoke a certificate by reason of malpractice, incompetence, gross

negligence, use or perpetration of any fraud, deceit, or false statement in obtaining such certificate, or refusal to join and to remain a member of the accredited organization.

a. 4

b. 14

c. 23
c.
23

d. 25

37. Under what section of the P.D. 1570 is the seal discussed?

a. 23

b. 25
b.
25

c. 27

d. 36

38. Under what section of the P.D. 1570 is the practice of aeronautical engineering defined?

a. 23

b. 25

c. 27
c.
27

d. 36

39. Which among the following statements regarding the seal is incorrect?

a. All aeronautical engineers shall obtain official seal bearing the registrant's name, the number of his registration certificate, and the words; "Aeronautical Engineer."

b. Plans, specifications, reports, and such other professional documents prepared by or executed under the immediate supervision of, and issued by an aeronautical engineer shall be stamped on every sheet thereof with the official seal when filed with government authorities, or when submitted or used professionally during the life of the registrant's certificate.

c. It is not punishable by law if anyone affixes his official seal on any

 

documents after his certificate of registration has expired or has been

revoked or suspended.

 

d. None of the above.

40. Who signed the P.D. 1570?

a. Ferdinand E. Marcos

b. Fidel V. Ramos

c. Joseph E. Estrada

d. Gloria M. Arroyo

41. The IRR of the P.D. 1570 including the Code of Professional Ethics, when approved

days following the date of

by the Commission, shall take shall take effect their publication in the Official Gazette.

a. fifteen (15)

b. thirty (30)

c. seventy (70)

d. ninety (90)

a. September 23, 1982

b. October 12, 1982

c. June 11, 1978

d. June 20, 1952

43. The P.D. 1570 was approved and promulgated as the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering last

a. September 23, 1982

b. October 12, 1982

c. June 11, 1978

d. June 20, 1952

44. Who is not a member of the first Board of Aeronautical Engineering?

a. Recaredo R. Albano

b. Teofilo P. Alberto

c. Timoteo A. Cordova Jr.

d. Numeriano G. Tanopo Jr.

45. What

is

the relative

examination?

a. 10%

b. 15%

c. 20%

d. 25%
d.
25%

weight

of

the subject Aerodynamics

in

the written

46. What is the relative weight of the subject Aircraft Powerplant in the written examination?

a. 10%

b. 15%

c. 20%
c.
20%

d. 25%

47. What is the relative weight of the subject Aircraft Structures and Design in the written examination?

a. 10%

b. 15%

c. 20%
c.
20%

d.

25%

48. What

is

the

relative weight of

the

subject Mathematics in the

written

examination?

a. 10%
a.
10%

b. 15%

c. 20%

d. 25%

49. What is the relative weight of the subject Airframe Construction, Repair, and Modification in the written examination?

a. 10%

b. 15%
b.
15%

c. 20%

d. 25%

50. What is the relative weight of the subject Engineering Economics & Management, Laws & Ethics in the written examination?

a. 10%
a.
10%

b. 15%

c. 20%

d. 25%

51. Which among the following statements regarding an aircraft is incorrect?

a. An aircraft is any contrivance now known or hereafter invented, used, or designed for navigation of or flight in the air.

b. Such contrivance or device can be powered or non-powered flying machine that is lighter-than-air (Balloon, dirigible), or heavier- than-air with fixed wing (airplane, glider), or heavier-than-air with rotary wing (Helicopter, auto gyro)

c.

This contrivance can also be winged or finned weapon system (missile, bomb) or any other device that is designed to operate fully or partly in air and whose motion and flight path is influence or determined by the combined effects of forces and moments created by its mass, its power system, and the air, or by its mass and the air if non powered.

d. A spacecraft designed for operation in the outer space, can be treated as an aircraft while operating in transit within the limits of the earth’s atmosphere.

e. None of the above.

f. All of the above.

52. Which is/are considered as a practice of aeronautical engineering?

a. Basic and applied research in fluid mechanics

b. Formulation of plans, specifications, standards, technique and procedures:

preparation of project feasibility study

c. Design and construction of test equipment and aircraft tooling

d. Research activities leading to or resulting in the development of new or improved aircraft and/or its components

e. None of the above.

f. All of the above.

53. Which is/are considered as a practice of aeronautical engineering?

a. Planning design, analysis, construction/fabrication, sub-assembly, test and evaluation of aircraft structures, powerplant, and other aircraft components

b. Final assembly of aircraft

c. Pre-flight inspection and test

d. Aircraft performance data collection/monitoring and evaluation during aircraft production airworthiness flight test

e. None of the above.

f. All of the above.

54. Which is not considered as a practice of aeronautical engineering?

a.

Maintenance, repair and modification/alteration of aircraft structures, powerplant and other aircraft components

b.

Pre-flight, post-flight checks and functional test of aircraft and its components

c.

Release of aircraft for flight, monitoring of aircraft performance, and other activities performed on the group and in flight to ensure aircraft airworthiness and flight safety

d.

Directing and controlling aircraft in flight

 

e.

Marketing or selling of aircraft and/or its components, which require thorough technical knowledge of aircraft /components specifications, performance, maintenance, repair and other pertinent information

55. Which is not true regarding the seal of the Board of Aeronautical Engineering?

a. The

seal

shall

be

circular

in

shape with maximum

diameter

of

48

 

centimeters.

 

b. Seal design must include an airplane wing section with shock waves attached to its leading and trailing edges (leading edge at the right).

c. The airplane wing section here represents an aircraft.

d. The shock waves symbolize the fact that aeronautical engineering is a dynamic and progressive profession.

e. Near the leading edge of the wing section is an atom having four (4) orbiting electrons.

f. The atom as a whole symbolizes engineering activity with its four (4) orbiting electrons signifying the four (4) major areas in the practice of aeronautical engineering

g. Between the two (2) concentric circles along the circumference of the seal shall be inscribed the words “Professional Regulation Commission” and Board of Aeronautical Engineering” at the upper and the lower portion of the circumference respectively.

h. Between the two (2) concentric circles along the circumference of the seal shall be inscribed the words “Aeronautical Engineer” and “Philippines” at the upper and the lower portion of the circumference respectively.

a. The seal shall be circular in shape with maximum diameter of 48 millimeters.

b. Seal design must include an airplane wing section with shock waves attached to its leading and trailing edges (leading edge at the right).

c. The airplane wing section here represents an aircraft.

d. The shock waves symbolize the fact that aeronautical engineering is a dynamic and progressive profession.

e. Near the leading edge of the wing section is an atom having four (4) orbiting electrons.

f. The atom as a whole symbolizes engineering activity with its four (4) orbiting electrons signifying the four (4) major areas in the practice of aeronautical engineering

g. Between the two (2) concentric circles along the circumference of the seal shall be inscribed the words “Aeronautical Engineer” and “Philippines” at the upper and the lower portion of the circumference respectively.

h. Either the full name of the engineer or his/her registration number shall
h. Either the full name of the engineer or his/her registration number shall

h. Either the full name of the engineer or his/her registration number shall

h. Either the full name of the engineer or his/her registration number shall appear slightly below

appear slightly below the center of the seal.

h. Either the full name of the engineer or his/her registration number shall appear slightly below

57. The

in the seal of an Aeronautical Engineer symbolizes that aeronautical

engineering is a dynamic and progressive profession.

a. wing section

b. shockwaves

c. electrons

d. atom

58. Per Section 17, the

shall have the power to prescribe, amend, or revise the

subjects and their corresponding relative weights.

a. Commission

b. Board
b.
Board

c. Commission and Board

d. SAEP President

Implementing Rules and Regulations of P.D. 1570

Article I

Article II - Registration of Aeronautical Engineers Article III - Practice of Aeronautical Engineering (R&D, M, O/M, E&T)

Article IV - Code of Professional Ethics

Article V

- Definition of Terms

- Miscellaneous Provisions

Air Laws Questions

SAEP, CAB, CAAP, and other offices involved in aviation

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

- You may have to a fight a battle more than once to win it. -

1.

The Civil Aeronautics Board is composed of

1996

a. five members

b. six members

c. four members

d. three members

2. The Director of Air Transportation is appointed by

a. Commission on Appointments

b. President of the Philippines

1996

c. Director of Civil Aeronautics Board

d. Secretary of Transportation and Communication

3. The power to regulate the economic aspect of air transportation is with the

1996

a. Department of Transportation and Communication

b. PADC

c. Civil Aeronautics Board

d. Air Transportation Office

4. The chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board is the

a. Secretary of Tourism

b. Director of ATO

c. President of PADC

d. Secretary of Transportation and Communications

5. Issuance of the Certificate of Public Convenience is the duty of which office?

a. Civil Aeronautics Board

b. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

c. PADC

d. Department of Transportation and Communication

6. In what year does the formation of Society of Aerospace Engineers of the Philippines (SAEP) occurred? Who headed the formation?

a. 1960 Timoteo Cordova

b. 1960 Gregorio Zara

c. 1950 Timoteo Cordova

d. 1950 Gregorio Zara

7. Its mission is to develop and advance Aeronautical Engineering profession towards its recognition in the international aviation industry.

a. Board of Aeronautical Engineering

b. Civil Aeronautics Board

c. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

d. Society of Aeronautical Engineers of the Philippines

PADC: Philippine Aerospace Development Corporation | 1978 | Gilbert S. Rueras CAAP: Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines | 030408 | Antonio G. Buendia DOTC: Department of Transportation and Communications | 1899 | Arthur Tugade SAEP: Society of Aerospace Engineers of the Philippines | 1950 | Robin Rabin CAB: Civil Aeronautics Board PRC: Profession Regulatory Commission

What are the permits issued by the CAB?

Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN): a permit issued by the Board authorizing a domestic person or entity (60/40 equity) to engage in international and/or domestic, scheduled and/or non-scheduled air transportation services. A grantee of a CPCN may operate even without a legislative franchise.

Foreign Air Carrier’s Permit (FACP): a permit issued by the Board, and approved by the President of the Philippines, authorizing a foreign air carrier to engage in foreign air transportation services.

Letter of Authority: an approval issued by the CAB authorizing a person or entity to engage in airfreight forwarder, general sales agent, cargo sales agent and off-line carrier. It is signed by the Executive Director subject to the ratification of the Board on its scheduled meeting.

 

PCAR Parts

1

General Policies and Procedures and Definitions

2

Personnel Licensing

3

Approved Training Organization

4

Aircraft Registration and Marking

5

Airworthiness

6

Approved Maintenance Organization

7

Instrument and Equipment

8

Operations

9

Air Operator Certification and Administration

10

Commercial Air Transport by Foreign Air Carriers within Republic of the Philippines

11

Aerial Work and Operating Limitations for Non-Type Certificated Aircraft

13

Accident and Incident Reporting and Investigation

18

Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air

Air Laws Questions

Philippine Civil Aviation Regulations Part 1

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

- Life is very interesting.

In the end, some of the greatest pains become your greatest strengths. -

1.

It indicates a mandatory requirement.

a. Shall
a.
Shall

b. Should

c. Acceptable

d. Approved

2. It indicates a recommended requirement.

a. Shall

b. Should

c. Acceptable

d. Approved

3. It means the Authority has reviewed the method, procedure, or policy in question and issued a formal written approval.

a. Shall

b. Should

c. Acceptable

d. Approved

4. It means the Authority has reviewed the method, procedure, or policy and has neither objected to nor approved its proposed use or implementation.

a. Shall

b. Should

c. Acceptable

d. Prescribed

5. Which among the following statements regarding changing of name is incorrect?

a. A copy of the marriage license, court order, or other document verifying the name change should be included in the request.

b. The current license or certificate must be included in the request.

c. A holder of a license or certificate issued under these regulations may apply to change the name on a license or certificate.

d. A holder of a license or certificate issued under these regulations may not
d. A holder of a license or certificate issued under these regulations may not

d. A holder of a license or certificate issued under these regulations may not

of a license or certificate issued under these regulations may not apply to change the name

apply to change the name on a license or certificate.

of a license or certificate issued under these regulations may not apply to change the name

6. Within how many days should the holder of an airman license/certificate or approved training organization certificate notify the authority for a change in address?

a. 15 days

b. 30 days

c. 60 days

d. 90 days

7. Which among the following statements is true? (subject: suspension or revocation of a license or certificate for violation of the regulation)Statement 1: Any license or certificate issued under these regulations ceases to be effective, if it is surrendered, suspended, or revoked; Statement 2: The holder of any license or certificate issued under these regulations who violates any provision of the Civil Aviation Act, as amended, or any regulation or order issued thereunder, is subject to suspension or revocation of the license or certificate, in accordance with the provisions of Section 35 (i) and Section 71 (a) and (b) of the Civil Aviation Act. Statement 3: The holder of any license or certificate issued under

these regulations that has been suspended or revoked shall return that license to the Authority when requested to do so by the Authority.

a. 1 and 3

b. 2 and 3

c. 2 only

d. 1, 2, and 3

8. A person whose license, certificate, rating, or authorization has been revoked may not apply for any license, certificate, rating, or authorization

a. for 1 year after the date of revocation

b. for 2 years after the date of revocation

c. during the period of suspension

d. unless otherwise authorized by the Authority

9. A

person

whose license

has been

suspended may not

certificate, rating, or authorization

a. for 1 year after the date of revocation

b. for 2 years after the date of revocation

apply for any license,

c. during the period of suspension

c. during the period of suspension d. unless otherwise authorized by the Authority
d. unless otherwise authorized by the Authority

d. unless otherwise authorized by the Authority

10. Which is not a psychoactive substance?

a. Volatile substance

b. Opiods

c. Cannabinoids

d. Coccaine and other stimulatnts

e. Alcohol

f. Sedatives and hypnotics

g. Hallucinogens

h. Caffein

11. It is the minimum speed at which climb shall be achieved with the critical power- unit inoperative, the remaining power-units operating within approved operating limits.

a. V CRIT b. V MIN c. V TOSS
a. V
CRIT
b. V
MIN
c.
V TOSS

d. V Y

12. Any person subject to these regulations who refuses to submit to a test to indicate the percentage by weight of alcohol in the blood or presence of narcotic drugs; marijuana, or depressant or stimulant drugs or substances in the body, when requested by a law enforcement officer or the Authority, or refuses to furnish or to authorize the release of the test results requested by the Authority may

a. not have his or her license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked as long as the person can present an attorney in court

b. have

his

or

her

license, certificate, rating, qualification, or

 

authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked or be denied any license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations for a period of up to 1 year after the date

of that refusal

 

c. have his or her license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked or be denied any license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations for a period of up to 2 years after the date of that refusal

d. have his or her license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked

13. Any person subject to these regulations who is convicted for the violation of any local or national statute relating to the growing; processing, manufacture, sale, disposition, possession, transportation, or importation of narcotic drugs, marijuana, or depressant or stimulant drugs or substances, may

a. not have his or her license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked as long as the person can present an attorney in court

b. have

his

or

her

license, certificate, rating, qualification, or

 

authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked or be denied any license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations for a period of up to 1 year after the date

of final conviction

 

c. have his or her license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations suspended or revoked or be denied any license, certificate, rating, qualification, or authorization issued under these regulations for a period of up to 2 years after the date of final conviction

14. It refers to article or substances that are capable of posing significant risks to health or safety of property when transported by air.

a. Dangerous goods

15. Differentiate an accident from an incident.

Air Laws Questions

Philippine Civil Aviation Regulations Part 2

Engr. J.R.S. Gayon April 2017

- Imagine with all your mind. Believe with all your heart. Achieve with all your might. -

1.

The validity of a medical certificate for an Airline Transport Pilot is

a. six (6) months

b. twelve (12) months

c. twenty-four (24) months

d. thirty-six (36) months

2. No person shall serve as a pilot on a civil aircraft of the RP engaged in

domestic or international commercial air transport in a single pilot operation if

that person has reached his/her

birthday.

a. 55 th

b. 60 th c. 65 th d. 70 th
b.
60 th
c. 65
th
d. 70
th

3. AMT and AMS should pass all of the prescribed tests for the license and rating

sought, within a period of

a. six (6) months

b. twelve (12) months

months.

c. twenty-four (24) months

d. thirty-six (36) months

4. The validity of a class 2 medical certificate is

a. six (6) months

b. twelve (12) months

c. twenty-four (24) months

d. thirty-six (36) months

5. The air operator certificate is valid for

a. six (6) months

b. twelve (12) months

c. twenty-four (24) months

d. thirty-six (36) months

6. Which PCAR Part addresses the licensing of personnel?

a. 2
a.
2

b. 5

c. 8

d. 9

7. Which article of the Chicago Convention requires the Republic of the Philippines to issue certificates of competency and licenses or validate such certificates or licenses issued by other Contracting States to the pilot of every aircraft and to other members of the operating crew of every aircraft engaged in international navigation?

a. 32
a.
32

b. 42

c. 52

d. 62

8. This part of Philippines’ Civil Aviation Regulations present medical standards for the granting of licenses and certification, and for the administration of medical examinations.

a. 2
a.
2

b. 5

c. 8

d. 9

9. Which annex to the Chicago Convention serves as the basis of licensing and medical standards?

a. 1
a.
1

b. 6

c. 8

d. 14

10. The consistent use of good judgment and well-developed knowledge, skills, and attitudes to accomplish flight objectives.

a. Airmanship

b. Competency

c. Error management

d. Quality system

11. Which PCAR Part prescribes the requirements for issuing, renewal, and re-issue of aviation personnel licenses, ratings, authorizations and certificates?

a. 2
a.
2

b. 5

c. 8

d. 9

12. A combination of skills, knowledge and attitudes required toperform a task to the prescribed standard.

a. Airmanship

b. Competency

c. Error management

d. Quality system

13. Which of the following authorizations is not mention in PCAR Part 2?

a. Student pilot authorization

b. Examiner authorization

c. Inspection authorization

d. Category I pilot authorization

e. Category II pilot authorization

f. Category III pilot authorization

14. Per PCAR Part 2, which of the following statements is not true regarding ratings on a pilot license?

a. There are four category ratings of an aircraft: airplane, helicopter, glider, free balloon.

b. Class ratings include single-engine-land-airplane, single-engine-sea- airplane, multi-engine-land-airplane, and multi-engine-sea-airplane.

c. Instruments rating are divided into two: instrument-airplane and instrument-helicopter.

d. There are only two ratings for an instructor: flight and ground.

15. Which PCAR Part prescribes the privileges and limitations granted to the holders of licenses, ratings, authorizations and certificates?

a. 2
a.
2

b. 5

c. 8

d. 9

16. Determine which among the following is not a valid rating found on an ATCO license.

a. Aerodrome control rating

b. Approach control rating

c. Approach radar control rating;

d. Approach precision radar control rating

e. Area control rating

f. Area radar control rating

g. Area precision radar control rating

17. Which

of

the following ratings can

be

placed on an aviation maintenance

technician license? 1: Airframe; 2: Powerplant; 3: Airframe and Powerplant; 4:

Propeller

a. 1 and 2

b. 1, 2, and 3

c. 1, 2, 4

d. 1, 2, 3, and 4

18. The validity period of the ratings, authorizations, and medical certificates and the renewal/re-issue conditions are indicated in the relevant Subparts of Part

a. 2
a.
2

b. 5

d.

9

19. The maintenance of competency of flight crewmembers, engaged in commercial air transport operations, may be satisfactorily established by demonstration of skill during proficiency flight checks completed in accordance with

a. Part 2

b. Part 5

c. Part 8

d. Part 9

20. Which of the following statements regarding validation and conversion of foreign licenses and ratings is true?

a. Even though a person holds a current and valid pilot license issued by another Contracting State in accordance with ICAO Annex 1, he/she may not apply for a validation of such license for use on aircraft registered in the Republic of the Philippines.

b. The applicant for the validation certificate shall hold a current medical certificate issued under Part 8 or a current medical certificate issued by the Contracting State that issued the applicant's pilot license provided that the foreign medical certificate meets the requirements of Part 8.

c. The validation certificate will be valid for one month, provided the foreign license/continuing license, the rating, and the medical certificate remain valid.

d. The applicant for the validation certificate shall demonstrate knowledge on

 

air law, aeronautical weather codes, flight performing and planning, human

performance, and English language.

 

21. Which PCAR Part prescribes the conditions under which licenses, ratings, authorizations and certificates are necessary?

a. 2
a.
2

b. 5

c. 8

d. 9

22. Aviation Medical Examiners (AME) shall receive refresher training at regular

intervals, not more than

a. one

b. two

c. three
c.
three

d. four

years.

23. How long is the authorization for an AME valid?

a. One year

b. Two years

c. Three years

d. Ten years

24. The AME shall have completed at least certificate per year.

a. ten
a.
ten

b. twenty

c. twenty-eight

d. forty-five

examinations for a medical

25. Holders of licenses provided for in this Part shall inform the Authority of confirmed pregnancy or any decrease in medical fitness of a duration of more than days or which requires continued treatment with prescribed medication or which has required hospital treatment.

a. ten

b. twenty

c. twenty-eight

d. forty-five

a. statement 1 is correct while statement 2 is incorrect

b. both statements are correct

c. statement 1 is incorrect while statement 2 is correct

d. both statements are incorrect

27. How long is the validity period of the medical certificate for class 1 ATPL?

a. 6 months

b.

c.

d.

12 months

24 months

30 months

28. How long is a class 2 medical certificate valid?

a. 6 months

12

b. months

24

c. months

30

d. months

29. How long is the class 3 ATCO medical certificate valid?

a. 6 months

12

b. months

24

c. months

30

d. months

30. Renewal of medical certificates under what class may be delegated to the authorized Aviation Medical Examiner?

a. 1 only

b. 2 and 3

c. 1 and 3

d. 1, 2, and 3

31. The

period

of

validity of

a

medical certificate may be

discretion of the Licensing Authority, up to

days.

a. ten

b. twenty

c. twenty-eight

d. forty-five

extended,

at

the

32. Which of the following statements is not true?

a. For initial issuance of the medical certificate, the period of validity shall begin on the date the medical examination is performed.

b. For any renewal or re-issuance of a medical certificate, based on a medical examination that takes place during the period of validity of the current medical certificate, but no more than 28 days before its expiry date, the new period of validity shall begin on that date.

c. For any renewal or re-issuance, based on a medical examination that takes place after the expiry date or earlier than 28 days before the expiry date, the new period of validity shall begin on the date of the examination.

d. All of the statements are true.

33. When the holder of a medical certificate appropriate for a Flight Navigator have

validity of his/her medical

passed

certificate?

his/her

40 th birthday,

what

is

the

a. 6 months

b.

c.

d.

12 months

24 months

30 months

34. Considering a 41-year-old Air Traffic Controller holding his/her appropriate medical certificate, how long is the validity of such medical certificate?

a. 6 months

12

b. months

24

c. months

30

d. months

35. A private pilot aged 45 has his/her appropriate medical certificate valid for

a. 6 months

b. 12 months

c. 24 months

d. 30 months

36. Per PCAR Part 2, visual acuity tests must be conducted in an environment with a level of illumination that corresponds to ordinary office illumination of

a. six to twelve candela per square meter

b. twelve to twenty-four candela per square meter

c. twenty-four to thirty candela per square meter

d. thirty to sixty candela per square meter

37. The following are requirements for medical certificates, except

a. physical and mental

b. visual acuity test

c. color perception

d. hearing

e. None of the above

38. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a commercial pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

39. What is the medical certificate appropriate for an airline transport pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

40. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a multi-crew pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

41. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a flight engineer?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

42. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a flight navigator?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

43. Referring to the requirements of class 1 and class 3 medical certificates,

distant visual acuity with or without correction shall be eye separately, and binocular visual acuity shall be

a. 6/6; 6/9

b. 6/12; 6/9

c. 6/9; 6/6

d. 6/12; 6/9

or better in each or better.

44. In order to acquire a class 1 or class 3 medical certificates, an applicant should be tested on a pure-tone audiometer at first issue of license, not less than once every

a. three years

b. five years

c. thirty-five years

d. fifty years

a. three years

b. five years

c. thirty-five years

d. fifty years

46. In general, the applicant for a medical certificate shall not have a hearing loss

in either ear separately, of more than 1,000, or 2,000 Hz.

a. three

b. five

c. thirty-five

d. fifty

dB at any of the frequencies 500,

47. In general, the applicant for a medical certificate shall not have a hearing loss

in either ear separately, of more than

a. three

b. five

c. thirty-five

d. fifty
d.
fifty

dB at 3,000 Hz.

48. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a student pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

49. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a private pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

50. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a glider pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

51. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a free balloon pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

52. What is the medical certificate appropriate for an FOO?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

53. Referring to the requirements of class 2 medical certificate, distant visual

or better in each eye or better.

acuity with or without correction shall be

separately, and binocular visual acuity shall be

a. 6/6; 6/9

b. 6/12; 6/9

c. 6/9; 6/6

d. 6/12; 6/9

54. Applicants whose uncorrected distant visual acuity in either eye is worse than 6/60 should be required to provide a full ophthalmic report prior to initial

Medical Certificate and every

a. three years

b. five years

c. thirty-five years

thereafter. (for class 2 and class 3)

55.

Applicants for class 2 medical certificates shall be tested on a pure-tone

audiometer at first issue of license, and every

a. three years

b. five years

c. thirty-five years

d. fifty years

after the age of 50 years.

56. What is the medical certificate appropriate for an air traffic controller?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

57. What is the minimum age to qualify as an Aeronautical Station Operator?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

58. How long is the Aeronautical Station Operator license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

59. A license shall become invalid when an aeronautical station operator has ceased to exercise the privileges of the license for a period of

a. six months

b. one year

c. two years

d. three years

60. What

is

the

Dispatcher?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18

d. 21
d.
21

minimum

age

to

qualify as a Flight Operations

Officer/Flight

61. How long is the Flight Operations Officer/Flight Dispatcher license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

62. A license shall become invalid when a flight operations officer has ceased to exercise the privileges of the license for a period of

a. six months

b. one year

c. two years

d. three years

63. What is the minimum age to qualify as an Air Traffic Controller?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18

d. 21
d.
21

64. How long is the Air Traffic Controller license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

65. The applicant for an air traffic controller license shall hold a current Medical Certificate.

b.

Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

66. A rating shall become invalid when an air traffic controller has ceased to exercise the privileges of the rating for a period of

a. six months

b. one year

c. two years

d. three years

67. What is the minimum age to qualify as an Aviation Maintenance Technician?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d.

21

68. Within

,

an AMT applying for a license/rating should finish the prescribed

test.

a. six months

b. one year

c. two years

d. three years

69. All of these are ratings issued for an AMT, except

a. airframe

b. powerplant

c. airframe and powerplant

d. none of the above

70. What is the rating sought by the applicant if he/she should pass a knowledge test covering the following areas: airframe maintenance practices and materials, airframe systems and structures-fixed wing, airframe systems and structures- rotary wing, and systems and structures?

a. Airframe

b. Powerplant

c. Airframe-and-Powerplant

71. What is the rating sought by the applicant if he/she should pass a knowledge test covering the following areas: piston engines, propellers, gas turbine engines, and fuel systems?

a. Airframe

b. Powerplant

c. Airframe-and-Powerplant

72. How long is the Aviation Maintenance Technician license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

73. Within how many days prior to the expiry of his license should an AMT renew his/her license?

a. 30 days

b. 45 days

c. 60 days

d. 90 days

74. What is the minimum age to qualify as an Aviation Maintenance Specialist?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

75. The following are the ratings of an AMS, except

a. Limited Airframe

b. Limited Powerplant

c. Limited Airframe-and-Powerplant

d. Avionics

e. Specialized Services

76. How long is the Aviation Maintenance Specialist license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

77. Within how many days prior to the expiry of his license should an AMS renew his/her license?

a. 30 days

b. 45 days

c. 60 days

d. 90 days

78. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Flight Navigator?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

79. How long is the Flight Navigator license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

80. The license shall become invalid when the flight navigator has ceased to exercise the privileges of the license for a period of

a. six months

b. one year

c. two years

d. three years

81. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Flight Navigator?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

82. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Flight Engineer?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

83. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Flight Engineer?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

84. How long is the Flight Engineer license valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

85. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Free Balloon Pilot or a Glider Pilot?

a. 16
a.
16

b. 17

c. 18

86.

What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Free Balloon Pilot and a Glider Pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

87. How long is the Free Balloon Pilot license and the Glider Pilot valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

88. How long is the examiner’s authorization valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

89. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Flight Instructor?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

90. How long is the instructor’s rating and authorization valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

91. How long is the instrument ratings for an airplane and a helicopter valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

92. What is the minimum age to qualify as an Airline Transport Pilot (H)?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18

d. 21
d.
21

93. What is the medical certificate appropriate for an Airline Transport Pilot (H)?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

94. How long is the ATPL (H) valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

95. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Commercial Pilot (H) or Commercial Pilot (A)?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

96. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Commercial Pilot (H) and Commercial Pilot (A)?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

d.

Class 4

97. How long is the CPL (H) and CPL (A) valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

98. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Private Pilot (H) and Private Pilot (A)?

a. 16

b. 17
b.
17

c. 18

d. 21

99. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Private Pilot (H)?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

100. How long is the PPL (H) and PPL (A) valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

101. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Multi-crew Pilot?

a. 16

b. 17

c. 18
c.
18

d. 21

102. An applicant for an MPL should have at least passed ICAO English Proficiency Test

a. level 3

b. level 4

c. level 5

d. level 6

103. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Multi-crew Pilot?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

104. How long is the MPL valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

105. What is the minimum age to qualify as a Student Pilot?

a. 16
a.
16

b. 17

c. 18

d. 21

106. What is the medical certificate appropriate for a Student Pilot to fly solo?

a. Class 1

b. Class 2

c. Class 3

d. Class 4

107. How long are the Category II and III authorizations valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

d.

Three years

108. How long is the Type Rating valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

109. How long is a multi-engine class rating valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

110. How long is a single-engine class rating valid?

a. Six months

b. One year

c. Two years

d. Three years

111. The person holding the suspended medical certificate shall surrender the medical

days after the

certificate in his/her possession to the Authority within date of receiving the notification.

a. 3

b. 6

c. 8
c.
8

d. 30

112. Referring to Language Proficiency, Level 4 means

a. Satisfactory

b. Operational

c. Extended

d. Expert

113. Referring to Language Proficiency, Level 5 means

a. Satisfactory

b. Operational

c. Extended

d. Expert

114. Referring to Language Proficiency, Level 6 means

a. Satisfactory

b. Operational

c. Extended

d. Expert

115. Those demonstrating language proficiency at what level shall be exempted from further language evaluation?

a. Level 3

b. Level 4

c. Level 5

d. Level 6

116. Those demonstrating language proficiency at the Level 4 should be evaluated at

intervals not greater than

a. 3

b. 6

c. 8

d. 30

years.

117. Those demonstrating language proficiency at the Level 5 should be evaluated at

intervals not greater than

a. 3

b. 6
b.
6

c. 8

years.

118. No person shall serve as a pilot on a civil aircraft of the RP engaged in domestic or international commercial air transport operations if that person has

reached his/her

a. 55 th b. 60 th c. 65 th
a. 55
th
b. 60
th
c.
65 th

d. 70 th

birthday.

119. The application form for the issue of a conversion of a license issued by another Contracting State must be submitted to the Authority at least 14 days in advance of the date the conversion is desired.

a. A

b. A

c. A

d. A

120. Referring to the requirements

of

any classes

of

a medical certificate,

electrocardiography shall form part of the heart examination for the first issue of a license, and shall be included in re-examination of the applicant between

the ages 30 and 40 no less frequently than every

a. 1 year

b. 2 years

c. 3 years

d. 5 years

121. An applicant for any classes of the medical certificate who have reached their 41 st birthday should have electrocardiography every

a. 1 year

b. 2 years

c. 3 years

d. 5 years

A:

Airplane

AIP:

Aeronautical Information Publication

AME:

Aviation Medical Examiner

AMS:

Aviation Maintenance Specialist

AMT:

Aviation Maintenance Technician

AS:

Airship

ATCO:

Air Traffic Controller

ATS:

Air Traffic Control Service

ATPL:

Airline Transport Pilot License

B:

Balloon

CAT II/III: Category II/III

CPL:

Commercial Pilot License

CRM:

Crew Resource Management

DFEE:

Designated Flight Engineer Examiner

DFNE:

Designated Flight Navigator Examiner

FE:

Flight Engineer

FI:

Flight Instructor

FN:

Flight Navigator

FOO:

Flight Operations Officer

G:

Glider

IA

Inspection Authorization

IFR:

Instrument Flight Rules

ILS:

Instrument Landing System

H:

Helicopter

ICAO:

International Civil Aviation Organization

MPA:

Multi-pilot Airplane

MPH:

Multi-pilot Helicopter

MPL:

Multi-crew Pilot License

NOTAM:

Notice to airmen

PIC:

Pilot-in-Command