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Which pilot (PF or PM) completes the flow on a challenge and reply checklist?
The PF normally completes the flow.
How should a pilot respond when a checklist action has not been completed during a challenge and reply checklist?
“STAND-BY” or other suitable response to indicate that the action has not been completed, and complete the item before the next checklist challenge is read

In what order should a checklist flow be completed?
By scanning the flightdeck as indicated by the checklist flow, while performing necessary actions
such as checking, testing, or setting as outlined in the expanded checklist.
How should a pilot respond to an “AS REQUIRED” checklist response?
There may be more than one correct response. One of the responses in the expanded checklist should be used.
Explain how a “SILENT” checklist should be accomplished?
They are the responsibility of the listed pilot. Complete the flow, then refer to the checklist.
Who is responsible for ensuring pilot currency/legal requirements?
The company will endeavor to monitor legal requirements, however it is each pilot’s responsibility to monitor their own individual requirements and notify Flight Operations if any legal limit or requirement is expected to be exceeded.
What checklist should be accomplished prior to conducting the preflight inspection?
The Safety Check, so that various components can be checked during the preflight.
When must the Safety Check be completed?
Immediately upon arrival at the aircraft. This check is also used to establish AC power on the aircraft after the Shutdown Check below the line has been completed. The Safety Check must be completed prior to conducting an external inspection.
Is it ever appropriate for the First Officer to complete the Safety Check?
Yes, if the FO arrives at the aircraft prior to the Captain, OM doesn’t specify who does it.
If the First Officer completes the safety check, does the Captain have to re-accomplish the check?
Nothing says it has to be re-accomplished but the PIC is ultimately responsible.
What should you do immediately after turning the BATTERY MASTER switch ON during the Safety Check?
Check that no unusual EICAS messages are illuminated. Check Main and APU battery voltage at 22 volts minimum.
How quickly must AC electrical power be established after the Battery Master switch has been turned on?
5 minutes.
When must an Originating Check be accomplished?
Prior to the first flight of the day for that A/C, or anytime considered necessary.
When should the Before Start Check be accomplished?
As soon as feasible, preferably before passenger boarding and after the preflight/walkaround.
When is FMS Status page data verification required?
Per the expanded checklist on the before start check on every flight.
When must both pilots verify FMS navigation changes before pressing the EXEC function key?  
After the flight plan has been initially verified.
What does the “STANDARD” response to ANTI-ICE during the Before Start Check indicate?
L and R windshields on LOW and probes ON.
At what point are pilot and aircraft documents verified?
The departure briefing.
Under what condition may an engine be started prior to ALL aircraft doors being closed?
Normally the engines will not be started until all aircraft doors and hatches are closed. Deferred APU and no ground air conditioning, the right engine may be started after all servicing is completed if there are no other prohibitive circumstances.
What is HOT fueling?
Fueling the aircraft with an engine running.
Are we authorized to HOT Fuel?
Where do you find the procedures for HOT fueling?
Prior to aircraft Pushback from the gate, what items must be complete?
Check with the Flight Attendant and ensure all passengers are seated with seatbelts fastened. Complete the engine start check to the line. Obtain pushback clearance if necessary.
During pushback who is responsible for communication with the tug operator and ATC/Ramp Control?
The Captain.
The Engine Start Check assumes an operable APU. What should the pilot refer to for other start methods/procedures?
Refer to the QRH.
Which engine should normally be started first on the first flight of the day?
The left engine.
Under what conditions must an engine start be aborted and Maintenance notified?
For any engine start malfunction unless the cause is obvious to the crew and it is determined another start may be attempted safely.
What is the First Officer’s indication to begin his/her after start check flow?
The first officer may begin the after start flow as soon as the engine is stabilized.
What precautions should be taken prior to checking the rudder on the after start check in a pushback operation?
Ensure that towbar and/or chocks have been removed and NW area is clear of personnel.
What precaution must be taken prior to turning the nose wheel steering switch on?
Ensure that towbar and/or chocks have been removed
Before clearing the pushback driver “off headset,” what action should be completed?
Upon hearing from the pushback driver “Tow Bar/Pushback Unit Disconnected, Area Clear, The Captain may perform the After Start Checklist. When the crew is ready, the Captain will tell the pushback driver “Cleared Off Headset.”
What is the “All Clear” Signal?
A standard military salute with hand and/or wand.
What signal must the Captain receive prior to taxiing the aircraft?
The “ALL CLEAR” signal.
When should single engine taxi be considered?
Every time, unless the Captain deems it unsafe to do so.
What things should be considered prior to single engine taxi?
Ramp/Taxiway contamination, or very short taxi times.
What fuel system considerations must be taken during single engine taxi?
Turn off both fuel pumps to prevent imbalance, Don’t SE taxi with fuel in center tank unless both wings contain 4400 lbs or more.
What should occur before making any steering inputs when starting to taxi?
Start the aircraft moving forward
Which lights must be ON for all night taxi operations?
The recog/taxi light and wing inspection.
When may the taxi light be turned OFF during night taxi operations?
When under the direction of a signal person, when entering the parking apron, or whenever the aircraft is stationary in excess of 10 minutes.
When must the taxi light be turned OFF during operations?
Whenever the aircraft is stationary in excess of 10 minutes.
When is it acceptable to use reverse thrust during taxi?
Reverse thrust is prohibited during normal operations. Reverse thrust for taxi can only be used in an emergency
What procedures must the crew adhere to during low visibility (< 1200 RVR) taxi?
Flight crews must follow the taxi routes and procedures depicted on the Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (SMGCS) for the airport (if available). In any case, during low visibility taxi ( 1200 RVR), adhere to the following procedures. All crewmembers (including jumpseat riders) will be heads up during aircraft movement   System checks and tests which are normally accomplished during taxi should be accomplished   while the aircraft is stationary   All crewmembers must be familiar with the taxi route prior to aircraft movement. If in doubt, stop   the aircraft and query ATC    
During single engine taxi, when the Captain is ready for the engine to be started he will call for what checklist?
Taxi Start Check.
What must be completed prior to calling for the Before Takeoff Check?
Both engines must be running and the Captain should verify that all checklist items are completed, including the takeoff briefing.
Which pilot completes the takeoff briefing?
The First Officer.
Briefly explain “CRJ Standard:” abort criteria.
Any abnormality before V1, the PM will state the malfunction. The Captain will state “Continue” or “Abort.” If an abort is required, the Captain will carry out the “Rejected Takeoff” procedure. Any abnormality after V1, state the malfunction. The PF will continue to fly the aircraft. Immediate actions as required. Hold all other checklists until reaching a safe altitude.
How does the Flight Attendant indicate he/she is ready for takeoff?
He/she will call the flightdeck and state “Cabin secure, ready for takeoff” after being notified by the flight crew that takeoff is imminent.
Which external lights must the Captain have ON when cleared “position and hold” at night or during low visibility?
The response “Verified” to the Before Takeoff Check item # 7, “FMS...Runway___Set___/Verified”, means that you have verified what?
Proper departure runway is selected, verified the first waypoint, if FMS is the planned navigation source that AUTO is selected on the FMS RADIO page, NAV SOURCE is selected to FMS (white needles).
What does the “Altimeters…Checked” Takeoff Check response mean?
A cross check of the altimeters must be performed. The altitude displayed on all three altimeters must be within 75 feet of the published runway elevation.
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