Security test for foreign pilots 2010 - SECURITY TEST FOR...

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SECURITY TEST FOR FOREIGN PILOTS 1. What is the relationship between the authorities and cockpit crew regarding aviation security? a. The authorities make all the decisions. b. The cockpit crew is responsible for informing the authorities of the flight security condition (T) c. The cockpit crew has all the authority during their flight. d. Any of the 3 choices 2. What is the relationship between the aircraft operator and the cockpit crew? a. The aircraft operator designates one crew for one flight (T) b. All of the decisions of cockpit crew is dependent on the aircraft operator c. The Captain has all the authority to solve security problems d. Any of the 3 choices 3. When should cockpit crew use additional security measures for a flight? a. Depending on the subjective recognition of the captain b. When there is an event related to the security condition of the flight (T) c. When there is suggestion from the purser d. Any of the 3 choices 4. When should cockpit crew use intensified security measures for a flight? a. When one security measure is not carried out for the flight b. When cockpit crew recognizes potential threat c. When there is request from the authorities or the aircraft operator (T) d. Any of the 3 choices 5. When should cockpit crew carry out contingency plans for a flight? a. When there is request from the authorities or the aircraft operator b. When the flight is assessed to be subject to the real threat (T) c. When there is threat against the flight d. Any of the 3 choices 6. When there is one passenger not boarding, what should cockpit crew do? a. Ask the cabin crew to carry out the head count b. Determine if that passenger’s luggage is still on board (T) c. Determine the reason and carry out the reconciliation between the passenger and luggage d. Any of the 3 choices 7. When there is one passenger who disembarks at the airport and doesn’t continue the flight, what should cockpit crew do? a. Let the passenger leave and carry out the head count b. Determine if that passenger’s luggage is still on board c. Let the passenger leave and carry out aircraft security check (T) d. Any of the 3 choices 8. When receiving additional catering at the airport, what should cockpit crew do? a. Only accept when there is enough catering b. Only accept when the catering is manually checked c. Only accept when the security seal is intact (T) d. Any of the 3 choices 9. Which flight has the risk to be attacked?
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a. The flight without necessary additional security measures (T) b. The flight without pre-flight assessment c. The flight with disembarkation at the transit stop d. Any of the 3 choices 10. With what condition does VNA agree to carry weapon on board? e.
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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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Security test for foreign pilots 2010 - SECURITY TEST FOR...

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