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5 Matching Questions

  1. Describes what happens when a guest calls from the LAV
  2. Provide information about the aisle armrest.
  3. Color on ACP: AMBER FLASHING
  4. What happens when the seat power is OFF/INOP, what should you do?
  5. What does PA stand for, and what is its purpose?
  1. a TO OPERATE MANUAL OVERRIDE, YOU NEED TO LOCATE THE SWITCH IN THE FOOTREST, IN ADDITION TO THE SWITCH LOCATED IN THE ARMREST.
  2. b THE PA IS THE PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM. IT DISTRIBUTES COMMUNICATION FROM THE FD AND EACH ATTND STATIONS. IT IS AUDIBLE TO ALL GUEST SEATS, LAVS, AND ITM STATIONS. PA IS ADJACENT TO JUMPSEAT AND IS CAPABLE OF OPER WITHIN 10 SECS BY AN ITM.
  3. c THE ARMRESTS ARE MOVABLE TO SEAT DISABLED GUESTS. TO RAISE UPRIGHT, DEPRESS THE RELEASE BUTTON LOCATED NEAR THE PIVOT POINT UNDER THE ARM REST.
  4. d LAV CALL, SMOKE
  5. e GUEST PUSHES CALL BUTTON FROM LAV; ATTND CALL BUTTON ILLUMINATES; AMBER LIGHT ON ACP CLOSEST TO LAV, AMBER LIGHT ILLUMINATES OUTSIDE WALL NEAR LAV, SINGLE TONE BELL SOUND IN CABIN, LOCATION ON LAV DISPLAYS ON NEAREST AIP, RESET LIGHT BY PUSHING BUTTON IN LAV.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. FAP (FLIGHT ATTENDANT PANEL), AAP (AFT ATTENDANT PANEL), AIP (ATTENDANT INDICATION PANELS), ACP (AREA CALL PANELS, HANDSET, LOUDSPEAKERS, GUEST CALL/RESET BUTTONS, GUEST CALL LIGHTS, FSB & RTS SIGNS
  2. 1) BULLETPROOF & IMPACT RESISTANT SURFACE, 2) ELECTRONIC LOCKING, 3) VIEWING PORT, 4) ALLOWS CABIN PRESSURE TO EQUALIZE DURING RAPID DECOMPRESSION, 4) ESCAPE HATCHES FOR EMER EGRESS, 5) EMER ACCESS SYSTEM VIA KEYPAD FOR EMER USE ONLY
  3. THE HANDSETS ARE LOCATED AT THE L1, L2, AND R2 J/S. ONE HANDSET IS IN THE FD. THEY ARE USED FOR INTERPHONE AND PA FUNCTIONS FOR CALLS BETWEEN CABIN AND FD. THEY ARE ALSO USED TO MAKE ANNOUNCEMENTS.
  4. FOUR
  5. TO CONTROL THE AFT DOOR AREA LIGHTING & TO RESET THE LAV SMOKE DETECTOR.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Describe the evacuation slides near the OW EXITs.THE EVAC SLIDE WILL IMMEDIATELY DEPLOY WHEN THE O/W EXIT DOOR IS OPENED. THIS ONLY PERTAINS TO THE SLIDE IN WHICH THE DOOR IS LOCATED. WHETHER THE OW EXIT IS OPENED FROM THE INSIDE OR OUTSIDE, THE SLIDE WILL DEPLOY. WHEN THE PROTECTIVE DOOR COVER IS REMOVED, AN INDICATION LIGHT WILL OCCUR IN THE FD, AND THE "SLIDE ARMED" LIGHT WILL ILLUMINATE ADJACENT TO THE EXIT.

          

  2. What does the CIDS operate/control?AIR CONDITIONING, COMMUNICATIONS, FIRE PROTECTION, ICE PROTECTION, LIGHTS, WATER AND WASTE

          

  3. What is included in the cabin emergency lighting?CEILING LIGHTS, EXIT PATH LIGHTING, EXIT MARKINGS AT EMER EXITS, EXIT SIGNS ABOVE EMER EXITS, EXIT SIGNS ON CEILING, LAV DOME LIGHTS, FD DOME LIGHTS, ESCAPE PATH ON WINGS, LIGHTS ON EVAC SLIDES.

          

  4. When would an ITM use the EMER access system and what happens?IF THEY SUSPECT THE PILOTS ARE INCAPACITATED. ITM WILL ENTER CODE TO UNLOCK, BUT PILOTS MAY OVERRIDE.

          

  5. What position indicates whether the water valves are open or close?THE AAP IS SHORT FOR AFT ATTENDANT PANEL. THE AAP CONTROLS THE LIGHTING FOR THE AFT ENTRY AND CABIN AREA.

          

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