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10. What is a TSO part?
a. FAA approved part for a specific make and model aircraft
b. FAA acceptable part for a specific make and model aircraft
c. Part used on aircraft weighing more than 12,500 pounds
d. Generic approved part used on many makes and models of aircraft

11. What is FAA “Acceptable” data used for?
a. Major repairs
b. Major alterations
c. Answers a and b
d. Routine maintenance

12. What is FAA “Approved” data used for?
a. Major repairs
b. Major alterations
c. Answers a and b
d. Routine maintenance

13. What does the word “rebuild” mean?
a. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet service limits
b. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet FAA limits
c. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet new limits
d. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet PMA limits

14. What does the word “overhaul” mean?
a. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet service limits
b. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet FAA limits
c. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet new limits
d. Inspected, cleaned, repaired to meet PMA limits

15. Can a manufacturer of a TC, PMA, TSO product repair his own product?
a. Yes
b. No

16. Who is “primarily” responsible for the airworthiness of the aircraft?
a. Manufacturer
b. Repair station
c. Owner or operator
d. The certificated person who signs the logbooks

17. An owner of an aircraft can destroy maintenance records for a major repair after
a. Five years
b. Two years
c. One year
d. Never

18. Part 43.13 Performance rule requires all work accomplished with the necessary data, tools to be equal to or better than the original equipment/component.
a. True
b. False

19. Total time means
a. Number of hours measured from take-off to landing
b. Number of hours measured from gate to gate
c. Mean average based on hours in the air and monthly utilization of aircraft
d. Mean average of hours based on time between take-offs and landings

20. Who can sign off maintenance in a U.S. registered aircraft’s logbook?
a. Mechanic/repair station
b. Pilot
c. Manufacturer
d. All of the above

21. The “accountable manager” of a Part 145 repair station is:
a. Responsible for the economic success of the repair station
b. Liaison between Part 121 operators, Mfr., the repair station, and the FAA
c. Responsible for the repair station compliance with the regulations
d. Accountable to the repair station senior management for airworthiness

22. The definition of the word “article(s)” as used in Part 145 means:
a. An aircraft, engine, propeller, or component
b. The title of the preamble paragraphs at the beginning of Part 145
c. The term used to define Hazmat materials or products
d. Products identified to be repaired under a limited “specialized service” rating

23. Regarding the Part 145 Repair Station “Manual,” “Quality Control Manual,” and “Training program:”
a. All must be accepted by the FAA
b. All must be approved by the FAA
c. Only the repair station and quality control manual must be FAA approved
d. Only the repair station training program has to be FAA approved

24. A Part 145 repair station certificate is good:
a. In the U.S. until surrendered, suspended, or revoked
b. Outside the U.S. for one year and renewed for two years
c. 24 calendar months
d. Answers a and b

25. Hazmat training for repair stations located in the U.S. must meet:
a. Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 172, sub-part H
b. EPA and the Hazmat training of the state where the repair station is located
c. ICAO Technical Instructions for the safe transport of dangerous goods
d. The National Air Carrier’s Association (NACA) approved Hazmat training

26. All maintenance performed by a Part 145 repair station must meet the standards identified in:
a. Part 145
b. Part 43
c. Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations
d. Air operator’s maintenance manual

27. A Part 145 Limited Rating is for:
a. Radio, navigation, and accessory products only
b. Aircraft, powerplants, and propellers classes only
c. Issued to providers of contract maintenance to the repair station
d. Particular makes and models of articles

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