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5 Matching questions

  1. How would an ITM know if the circuit breaker is popped, and what is the protocol for dealing with that issue?
  2. What are the procedures to close a door during a NON-EMER circumstances?
  3. Where are the EMER IFE/ISPS Power Shutoff Panels located?
  4. What indicates whether or not the slide is functioning properly?
  5. What happens if a door is armed and is opened from the outside?
  1. a IF POPPED, THERE WILL BE A WHITE COLLAR AROUND THE CIRCUIT BREAKER. DO NOT RESET, NOTIFY FD (FOR EACH INCIDENT).
  2. b THE SLIDE BOTTLE GAUGE (LOCATED IN THE SLIDE) CAN BE SEEN THROUGH THE VIEWING WINDOW OF THE SLIDE BUSTLE. HAVING THE NEEDLE IN THE GREEN BAND OF THE GAUGE INDICATES A PROPERLY PRESSURED SLIDE.
  3. c THERE ARE 2 IFE/ISPS SHUTOFF SWITCHES. ONE IS LOCATED IN FWD CABIN O/H BINS IN ROWS 2 & 3. THE OTHER IS LOCATED IN THE AFT CABIN ABOVE THE CREW PANEL. THE MASTER POWER SWITCHES ON THE CREW PANEL NORMALLY USED TO TURN THE IFE SYSTEM ON AND OFF SHOULD NOT BE USED IN THE CASE OF AN EMER.
  4. d 1) HOLD ONTO BULKHEAD ASSIST HANDLE; 2) DEPRESS GUST LOCK; 3) GRASP ASSIST HANDLE ON DOOR; 4) PULL DOOR AFT AND INWARD; 5) WITH PALM DOWN, MOVE DOOR CONTROL HANDLE DOWN TO CLOSED POSITION.
  5. e THE DOOR WILL AUTOMATICALLY DISARM AND OPEN. THIS WILL NOT DEPLOY THE INFLATABLE SLIDE.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. GENERAL ILLUMINATION, LAV LIGHTING, GUEST READING LIGHTS, ATTND WORK LIGHTS, EMERGENCY LIGHTING, CABIN LIGHTED SIGNS
  2. A WRONG CODE HAS BEEN DIALED.
  3. IF THEY SUSPECT THE PILOTS ARE INCAPACITATED. ITM WILL ENTER CODE TO UNLOCK, BUT PILOTS MAY OVERRIDE.
  4. THE ITM SHOULD PULL THE DITCHING HANDLE LOCATED UNDER A FLAP AT THE BASE OF THE SLIDE.
  5. ACP HAS FOUR DIFFERENT COLORED LEDs. LIGHTS WILL BE STEADY FOR A NORMAL CALL, AND WILL FLASH TO INDICATE AN EMERGENCY. WHEN THE LAV LIGHT ILLUMINATES, A LIGHT OUTSIDE THE LAV WILL ALSO ILLUMINATE.

5 True/False questions

  1. Where are the cabin handsets located, and what are they used for?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.

          

  2. How many OW EXITS are on an A320?FOUR

          

  3. Describe the MC Cabin seats.A SEAT BELT, A LV ON THE SIDE OF THE SEAT, ADJUSTABLE HEAD, LEG, AND FOOT RESTS, LUMBAR SUPPORT & MESSAGE, IFE SCREEN IN ARMREST, REMOTE CONTROL, HEADPHONES & POWER/USB OUTLET, ADDITIONAL ARM READING LIGHT, SEAT OR HEADBULK POCKET CONTAINS ONE SAFETY INFO CARD AND AN AIRSICKNESS BAG

          

  4. Emergency lights will activate when...ACP HAS FOUR DIFFERENT COLORED LEDs. LIGHTS WILL BE STEADY FOR A NORMAL CALL, AND WILL FLASH TO INDICATE AN EMERGENCY. WHEN THE LAV LIGHT ILLUMINATES, A LIGHT OUTSIDE THE LAV WILL ALSO ILLUMINATE.

          

  5. How do you operate the interphone?1) PICK UP HANDSET, 2) PUSH THE DESIRED FUNCTION, 3) TALK INTO MOUTHPIECE, 4) END CALL BY PLACING PHONE BACK ON HOLDER OR PRESSING RESET