KRiS 9 by Roydon Wells | Dec 29, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your KRiS 9 Complacency is one of the highest risk attitudes and a major contributing factor toward accidents in our work as cargo pilotsA. TRUEB. FALSEProfessional Pilots must always strive to be better. Always learning, studying and practicing. (example, every Commercial Pilot should always aim to fly to ATP Standards)A. TRUEB. FALSEA Pilot MUST know and understand aircraft systems...A. to a minimum level to get the job doneB. to a moderate level and review them before each checkrideC. to an advanced level and be constantly reviewing systems, system checks, emergency and normal procedures, throughout their flying careerD. well enough to pass annual recurrent exams and checkridesAfter a snowfall of an inch or more, a sunny clear day with 47 degrees will melt all the snow off the aircraft that was sitting outside.A. AlwaysB. NeverC. Snow reflects sunlight and is therefore unwise to leave snow on an aircraft hoping it will melt off the aircraft completely. The snow will likely partially melt then refreeze as ice before evening operations. You will need to go to the plane mid afternoon and brush off the loose and partially melted snow.D. Not my problem, I don't have to worry about such thingsMartinaire Pilots should use the TurboScan (or similar) app to send documents to Martinaire:A. TRUEB. FALSEAutomation such as Auto-pilots, GPS systems with moving maps and other electronic equipment can help the pilot manage workload and mitigate some of the risks on the flight.A. TRUE - More automation always makes flying saferB. TRUE - Automation must be relied on for the safety of the flightC. FALSE - Automation never enhances safetyD. TRUE - however, over reliance on automation leads to degraded pilot-skills and the inability to cope as effectively in an emergency situationYour new question!You are flying a non-gps equipped aircraft to KGGG and planning on the VOR-A Approach into KGGG. You are approximately 30 miles from the VOR when you are cleared by ATC - "direct to the VOR, cleared VOR-A Approach Longview airport". After completing your usual approach set up and briefing, you notice the NAV flag is still down and you are not receiving DME. What is wrong? NOTAMS A. VOR is not in range yet, just wait a few more milesB. You have set the Frequency incorrectly, the published frequency has changedC. You are still in GPS ModeD. You haven't selected "APPROACH" on the Auto-PilotName these components: 1______, 2_____, 3______ A. T5 Hot Air, Firewall Shutoff Valve, Cooling Air DuctB. P2.5 Bleed Air, Mixer/Muffler, P3 Bleed AirC. P3 Bleed Air, Firewall Shutoff Valve, P2.5 Bleed AirD. P3 Bleed Air, Mixing Air Valve, P2.5 Bleed AirTime is Up!Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.