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Unformatted text preview: B777 Cu 1: On B.777, how to close and lock a door? a) press the gust lock, pull the door to its frame, and rotate the door handle. b) pull the gust lock, pull the door to its frame, and rotate the door handle.(T) c) pull the gust lock, pull the door downward to its frame, and rotate the door handle. Cu 2: On B777, Which statement is false? a) The cabin pressure is controlled manually to provide a programmed cabin altitude. (T) b) The electrical power system supplies 115 volt AC and 28 volt DC electrical power to the airplane. c) On the ground, APU provides electrical power and bleed air necessary to operate the airplane systems if external ground services are not available. Cu 3: On B777, All emergency lights illuminate automatically if .......... : a) there is a total loss of electrical power and the system is armed prior to flight. (T) b) there is a total loss of electrical power. c) the system is armed prior to flight. Cu 4: On B.777, in the cabin, there are: a) 8 exits equipped with escape slides. b) 6 exits equipped with slide / rafts and 2 emergency exits equipped with escape slides. c) 8 exits equipped with slide / rafts. (T) Cu 5: On B777, Passenger signs are "fasten seatbelt", "no smoking" and "return to seat". All these signs, .........., come on automatically if the cabin altitude exceeds 10,000 feet. a) including "exit" signs. b) except the "no smoking" and the "fasten seat belt" signs c) None is correct. (T) Cu 6: On B.777, how to fully detach the slide / raft from the door sill when all passengers have been boarded? a) lift the flap over the girt bar, pull the speed lacing release (detachment ) handle. b) lift the fabric over the girt bar, pull the speed lacing release handle, and then cut the mooring line. (T) c) pull the manual inflation handle, then pull detachment handle. Cu 7: On B.777, doors 1, 2, 3, 4 are a) door 3 is different from doors 1, 2, 4. b) of the same type (T) c) door 1 and door 4 are different from door 2 and door 3....
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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.
- Spring '12