KRiS 5 Welcome to your KRiS 5 When a pilot does not flare on landing, use beta and minimal braking; a Caravan Tire's longevity is reduced by what percent? 35% 50% 70%What is the ignition switch used for on the Cessna Caravan? Select all that apply. A. Starting the aircraft on the ground. B. Airstart without starter assist. C. For operation on water-covered runway. D. During flight in heavy precipitation. E. During an inadvertent icing encounter until the inertial separator has been in bypass for 5 minutes. F. During operation with the Emergency Power Lever. G. When fuel exhaustion is imminent with Reservoir Fuel Low Annunciator on.A medical ship with 8 lbs of dry ice does not have to be written up on the Notice of Pilot-In-Command (NOPC) form and/or called into Dispatch. True FalseHow close do you have to be along side of an ILS to receive identification? 7 miles 10 miles 18 milesIn the following METAR: METAR KJFK 100651Z 34010KT 10SM CLR 22/13 A2982RMK AO2 SLP097 T02170128 -- what is T02170128? A. Atmospheric pressure 30.21, temperature 70F, pressure rising to 31.28 B. At 0217Z, winds expected at 010 degrees, 28 knots. C. Temperature 21.7 C, Dewpoint 12.8C D. Metar issued on February 17 at 0128ZIf during start, the starter accelerates the gas generator rapidly above 20% Ng, the pilot should A. Do not continue to start. The gear train has decoupled. Anticipate a hot start. B. This is normal. You have a strong starter-generator. C. Too much air is in the system. Detonation will occur.After an aborted start for whatever reason, it is essential before the next start attempt to A. Allow the starter-generator to cool down. B. Allow adequate time to drain off unburned fuel and avoid a hot start and/or hot section damage. C. Call for an APU.Martinaire uses the basic tabular method for determining weight and balance, however, Cessna addresses weight and balance as a percentage of the Mean Aerodynamic Chord (MAC). What is MAC? A. The distance between the leading and trailing edge of the wing, measured parallel to the normal airflow over the wing, is known as the chord. B. The average chord length of a straight wing. C. The chord length of the wing root on the Caravan.On engine shutdown, the pilot turns the battery off but fails to turn off the standby-power switch. Several annunciators remain lit. Why? A. The battery contactor has fused open and battery power is still being supplied. B. The standby alternator receives current from the KEEP ALIVE 2 circuit and even though the engine is off, it takes a while for the rear shaft to stop spinning. C. The Start switch is still engaged.An APU is recommended during winter operations when temperatures are below 0 F (-18 C). Why? Select all that apply. A. Oil temperatures need to come up into the green arc (10 - 99 degrees) prior to flight operations. B. The Caravan electrical harnass is cold creating increased flow resistance. C. Start-Generator is cold creating increased flow resistance. Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.