A320-321 - A320/A321 Cu 1: a) b) c) Cu 2: a. b. c. Cu 3: a)...

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1 A320/A321 Câu 1: At which cabin altitude are oxygen masks dropped down automatically? a) At or above 11,300 ft. b) At or above 25,000 ft. c) At or above 14,000 ft. (T) Câu 2: The emergency windows in the cockpit can be opened …? a. by pressing the control handle with thumb and move it rearwards; then slide the window fully aft. (T) b. from inside and outside the cockpit. c. Both the mentioned. Câu 3: On A320, Which statement is true? a) The passenger seating layout may be varied to suit operating requirements up to a certified maximum of 180 passengers. (T) b) The cabin is split in two temperature zones, the FWD and AFT. Zone temperature is controlled both from cockpit and cabin. c) The cockpit window exits located one on each side are sliding window. They can be opened both from inside and outside. Câu 4: The life jacket can be inflated by … a. pulling the toggles firmly downward b. blowing in the tubes c. either of the mentioned method (T) Câu 5: Oxygen masks from the passenger service units are used in case of … a) fainting passengers b) decompression. (T) c) smoke development. Câu 6: How to disarm a slide/raft ? a) remove the safety pin with red flag and lift the arming lever. b) move arming lever up, install the safety pin. (T) c) remove the safety pin with red flag, store it in position, push arming lever down. Câu 7: How can the cockpit oxygen system supply a continuous oxygen flow to the mask ? a. By turning on the “Emergency” switch on the mask (T) b. By using the “N” position on the mask c. By using the “100%” position on the mask Câu 8: On A320, Which statement is false?
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2 a) Lavatory smoke detection system illuminates the master warning P/B, makes the appearance of SMOKE LAVATORY SMOKE on upper ECAM display and triggers continuous repetitive chime sounds. b)
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course PROJECT MA GM 591 taught by Professor Lisa during the Spring '12 term at Keller Graduate School of Management.

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