Flight Safety Boeing 747-400ERF

Question 1 of 10

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How do you operate the ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter), on terrain?

Select one of the following:

  • Release the antenna from its clamp – Break the tape and unfold paper bag – Fill the paper bag with any fluid – Place the ELT upright in the paper bag.

  • Release the flexible rubber antenna – Slightly pull the AUTO/ON/OFF switch and move to ‘AUTO’.

  • Release the flexible rubber antenna – Slightly pull the AUTO/ON/OFF switch and move to ‘ON’ – Transmission starts.

Question 2 of 10

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What is the operation of the small Halon fire-extinguisher?

Select one of the following:

  • Remove safety pin, keep extinguisher upright, place hand under the holding handle and aim nozzle at base of fire, at the distance of approximately 1½ to 2 mtrs and press operating handle.

  • Depress safeguard, keep extinguisher upright, hand under the holding handle, aim nozzle at base of fire and press operating handle.

  • Press operating handle, keep extinguisher upright, place hand under the holding handle, aim nozzle at base of fire and remove safety pin.

Question 3 of 10

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How do you operate a portable Oxygen bottle?

Select one of the following:

  • Plug mask into 4 l / pm (high) outlet, turn shut-off valve to 'ON', check supply to the mask, put mask over nose and mouth and adjust the headband.

  • Plug mask into 4 l / pm (high) outlet, turn shut-off valve fully to the left, then a ¼ to the right, put mask over nose and mouth and adjust the headband. Do not empty the bottle completely. After use close shut-off valve and inform flight crew.

  • Plug mask into outlet, turn shut-off valve fully to the left, put mask over nose and mouth and adjust the headband. Do not empty the bottle completely. After use close shut-off valve and inform flight crew.

Question 4 of 10

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Where are the dinghies (= life rafts) stowed (in case of a ditching)?

Select one of the following:

  • There are no dinghies as the slides of the emergency exits can also be used as rafts.

  • Three dinghies are stowed on the floor next to the emergency exit (26) on the upper deck.

  • Two dinghies are stowed in the upper deck cabin forward of the galley against the flight deck
    partition left-hand side.

Question 5 of 10

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What are the warnings of the main deck warning systems and when will they be activated?

Select one of the following:

  • The rotating beacon will illuminate, a continuous high pitch tone will sound through the buzzer when a flight deck call is made to the main deck.

  • The rotating beacon will illuminate, a continuous high pitch tone will sound through the buzzer in case of a decompression, smoke development and/or other emergencies (which will be indicated by the flight crew).

  • The rotating beacon will start flashing and indicate that take-off/landing is imminent.

Question 6 of 10

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What is your action when on the main deck the main deck warning system is activated ?

Select one of the following:

  • Activate the personally carried portable oxygen equipment and put on the mask, wait for instructions from the flight crew.

  • Activate the personally carried portable oxygen equipment and put on the mask, proceed to the upper deck, close the smoke barrier at the top of the stairs, take a seat in the upper deck cabin, fasten seatbelt.

  • Proceed to the upper deck, close the smoke barrier at the top of the stairs, take a seat and fasten the seatbelt, grab an oxygen mask and place it over nose and mouth.

Question 7 of 10

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What action shall be taken after the command 'EVACUATE EVACUATE'?

Select one of the following:

  • Open seatbelt and proceed to the nearest emergency exit and wait for the flight crew to open the emergency exit.

  • Remain seated and wait for further information.

  • Open seatbelt and proceed to the nearest emergency exit and start evacuation procedure.

Question 8 of 10

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How do you open the emergency exit door (26) in case of an emergency landing?

Select one of the following:

  • Check conditions outside safe, check slide arming lever in armed position, open door, hold on to assist handle, pull down pack board manual release handle, push and rotate escape slide outward, if automatic inflation fails push down manual inflation handle.

  • Check conditions outside safe, open door, hold on to assist handle, pull up pack board manual release handle, push and rotate escape slide outward, if automatic inflation fails push down manual inflation handle.

  • Check conditions outside safe, pull down emergency door control handle, no power assist available, door moves upwards and slide container rotates outboard automatically, slide shall inflate automatically.

Question 9 of 10

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What is the evacuation route in case of a tail tipping after an emergency landing?

Select one of the following:

  • Through the escape hatch on the flight deck by means of the escape reels and harnesses, as in this case the upper deck slides will not be long enough to provide a safe exit from the aeroplane.

  • Through one of the emergency exit doors by means of the slide as in this case the upper deck slides are still long enough to provide a safe exit from the aeroplane.

  • Through the most FWD door at the LH side on the main deck as in this case the upper deck slides will not be long enough to provide a safe exit from the aeroplane.

Question 10 of 10

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Which of the following statements is or are correct? (More than one answer is possible)

Select one or more of the following:

  • After an emergency landing the command 'CABIN CREW AND PASSENGERS REMAIN SEATED' has been given. This means that you have to remain seated and wait for further information given by the flight crew.

  • After an emergency landing the command 'CABIN CREW AND PASSENGERS REMAIN SEATED' has been given. This means that the landing went well, and that no further action shall be taken.

  • After an emergency landing no command is given and no contact can be established with the flight crew. It is apparent that an evacuation is needed, proceed to the nearest emergency exit and start evacuation procedure.

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