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In accordance with NZCAA licence requirements - an examination knowledge deficiency report (KDR) is a report issued on completion of a written examination that details areas where questions were answered incorrectly. The applicant for an airline transport pilot licence flight test must provide the flight examiner with written examination KDRs in accordance with rule 61.21(a)(5). These KDRs, with content acknowledged against the relevant rule reference(s), must be certified prior to the flight test by a Category A or B flight instructor that the applicant has been examined in these areas and their knowledge has improved. The flight examiner conducting the flight test will test the applicant’s knowledge of the written examination subject areas including but not limited to items included in the KDRs.

 

 

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36.2.2 Describe the requirements to hold an aviation document, as laid down in CA Act 1990 S7.

36.2.4 Describe the criteria for the fit and proper person test, as laid down in CA Act 1990 S10.

36.2.6 Describe the duties of the pilot-in-command, as laid down in CA Act 1990 S13 and 13A.

36.2.8 Describe the responsibilities of a licence holder with respect to changes in their medical...

36.2.10 Describe the responsibilities of a licence holder with respect to the surrender of a medi...

36.2.12 Describe the responsibilities of a licence holder with respect to safety offences, as lai...

36.4 State the definition of the following:

36.6 State the meaning of the following abbreviations:

36.10.2 State the requirements for holding a pilot licence. (CAR 61)

36.10.4 State the requirements for a pilot-in-command to hold a type rating on the type of aircra...

36.10.6 State the requirements for entering flight details into a pilot logbook.(CAR 61)

36.12.2 Describe the allowance for a person who does not hold a current pilot licence to fly dual...

36.12.4 State the solo flight requirements on a person who does not hold a current pilot licence....

36.12.6 State the limitations on a person who does not hold a current pilot licence. (CAR 61)

36.12.8 State the eligibility requirements for the issue of an airline transport pilot licence. (...

36.12.10 State the privileges of holding an airline transport pilot licence. (CAR 61)

36.14.2 State the recent experience requirements of a pilot-in-command on an air operation, who i...

36.14.4 State the requirements for the completion of a biennial flight review.(CAR 61)

36.14.6 Explain the use of a lower licence or rating. (CAR 61)

36.14.8 State the period within which a pilot, acting as a flight crew member of an aircraft enga...

36.14.10 State the period within which a pilot of an aircraft engaged on an air operation under C...

36.14.12 State the period within which a pilot-in-command of an aircraft engaged on an air operat...

36.14.14 State the CAR Part 121/125 crew member grace provisions. (CAR 121 and 125)

36.14.16 State the currency requirements of a pilot who is the holder of an instrument rating. (C...

36.14.18 State the currency requirements for carrying out an instrument approach. (CAR 61)

36.16.2 State the requirements for holding a medical certificate. (CAR 61)

36.16.4 State the requirements on a person applying for a medical certificate. (CAR 67)

36.16.6 State the requirements for maintaining medical fitness following the issue of a medical c...

36.16.8 State the normal currency period of the Class 1 medical certificate for an ATPL holder wh...

36.16.10 State the normal currency period of the Class 1 medical certificate for an ATPL holder w...

36.20.2 State the documents which must be carried in aircraft operated in New Zealand. (CAR 91)

36.22.2 Describe the maintenance requirements of an aircraft operator. (CAR 91)

36.22.4 State the requirements for maintenance records. (CAR 91)

36.22.6 State the requirements for the retention of maintenance records. (CAR 91)

36.22.8 / 36.22.10 / 36.22.12 State the requirements for and contents of a technical log. (CAR 91)

36.22.14 State the limitations and requirements on a person undertaking ‘pilot maintenance’. (CAR...

36.22.16 State the requirements for conducting an operational flight check on an aircraft. (CAR 91)

36.22.18 State the requirements for acting as a test pilot. (CAR 91)

36.22.20 State the inspection period for radios. (CAR 91)

36.22.22 State the inspection period for altimeters. (CAR 91)

36.22.24 State the inspection period for transponders. (CAR 91)

36.22.26 State the inspection period for the ELT. (CAR 91)

36.24.2 State the CAR Part 121 requirements for a ground proximity warning system (GPWS)

36.24.4 State the CAR Part 121 requirements for a terrain awareness and warning system (TAWS). (C...

36.24.6 State the CAR Part 121 requirements for an airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS II)....

36.24.8 State the minimum instrument requirements for an IFR flight. (CAR 91)

36.24.10 State the communications and navigation equipment requirements for an IFR flight. (CAR 91)

36.24.12 State the equipment requirements of aircraft operating in airspace where RVSM is applied...

36.26.4 State the CAR Part 91 requirements for emergency equipment. (CAR 91)

36.26.6 State the CAR Part 121 requirements for night flight. (CAR 121)

36.26.8 State the CAR Part 121 requirements for emergency ...

36.26.10 State the CAR Part 121 requirements for locating protective breathing equipment. (CAR 121)

36.26.12 State the requirements for indicating the time in flight. (CAR 91)

36.26.14 Explain the requirement for altitude alerting/assigned altitude indicating. (CAR 91)

36.26.16 State the requirements for an ELT. (CAR 91 and CAR 121)

36.30.2 Describe the requirements for passengers to comply with instructions and commands. (CAR 91)

36.30.4 Explain the requirements for maintaining daily flight records (CAR 91)

36.30.6 Explain the requirements for the carriage of flight attendants. (CAR 91)

36.30.8 State the requirements for operating an aircraft in simulated instrument flight. (CAR 91)

36.30.10 State the requirements of a pilot-in-command with respect to the safe operation of an ai...

36.30.12 Describe the authority of the pilot-in-command. (CAR 91)

36.30.14 State the requirements for crew occupation of seats and wearing safety belts. (CAR 91)

36.30.16 State the requirements for the occupation of seats and wearing of restraints. (CAR 91)

36.30.18 State the requirements for the use of oxygen equipment. (CAR 91)

36.30.20 State the requirements for briefing passengers prior to flight. (CAR 91)

36.30.22 State the requirements for familiarity with operating limitations and emergency equipmen...

36.30.24 State the requirements for carrying appropriate aeronautical publications and charts in ...

36.30.26 State the requirements for operating on and in the vicinity of an aerodrome.(CAR 91)

36.30.28 Describe the standard overhead joining procedure, and state when it should be used. (AIP...

36.30.30 State and describe the application of the right of way rules. (CAR 91)

36.30.32 Explain the requirement for aircraft lighting. (CAR 91)

36.30.34 State the requirements for the pilot of an aircraft, being flown for the purpose of demo...

36.30.36 State the requirements for wearing/holding identity documentation in certain areas. (CAR...

36.32.2 State the restrictions on smoking in an aircraft. (CA Act 1990 S65N)

36.32.4 State the restrictions associated with the abuse of drugs and alcohol. (CAR 91 and CAR 19)

36.32.6 State the restrictions when refuelling. (CAR 121 and 125, CAR 91.15)

36.32.8 State the restrictions on the use of portable electronic devices in flight.(CAR 91)

36.32.10 State the restrictions on the carriage and discharge of firearms on aircraft. (CAR 91)

36.32.12 Explain the restrictions on stowage of carry-on baggage. (CAR 91)

36.32.14 Explain the restrictions on the carriage of cargo. (CAR 91)

36.32.16 State the restrictions applicable to aircraft flying near other aircraft.(CAR 91)

36.32.18 State the restrictions on the dropping of objects from an aircraft in flight. (CAR 91)

36.32.20 State the speed limitation on aircraft operating under VFR. (CAR 91)

36.32.22 State the minimum heights for VFR flights under CAR Part 91. (CAR 91)

36.32.24 State the restrictions when operating VFR in icing conditions. (CAR 91)

36.32.26 State the restrictions when operating IFR in icing conditions. (CAR 91)

36.32.28 State the restrictions on aircraft noise and engine emission standards. (CAR 91)

36.32.30 State the restrictions on aircraft sonic booms. (CAR 91)

36.36.2 Describe the limitation of CAR Part 92 with respect to members of the Police.(CAR 92)

36.36.4 Describe the allowance for the carriage of dangerous good for the recreational use of pas...

36.36.6 State the restriction for the carriage of dangerous goods in an aircraft cabin occupied b...

36.36.8 State the requirements for the carriage of non-dangerous goods in an aircraft. (CAR 92)

36.36.10 State the requirement for the notification of the pilot-in-command when dangerous goods ...

36.36.12 State the requirement for a dangerous goods training programme. (CAR 92)

36.36.14 State the dangerous goods recurrent training programme requirements. (CAR 92)

36.40.2 State the CAR Part 121 crew qualification and experience requirements. (CAR 121)

36.40.4 State the CAR Part 121 flight and duty time limitations on flight crew members. (CAR 121)

36.40.6 State the AC119-2 normal minimum rest period required following any duty period.(AC 119-2)

36.40.8 State the maximum number of flight hours that a pilot may fly as crew in an aircraft whic...

36.40.10 State the CAR Part 121 minimum number of flight attendants that must be carried on air o...

36.40.12 State the CAR Part 125 crew qualification and experience requirements. (CAR 125)

36.40.14 State the CAR Part 125 flight and duty time limitations on flight crew members. (CAR 125)

36.42.2 State the airworthiness requirements for aircraft used on air operations. (CAR 121 and 125)

36.42.4 State the conditions under which an air operator may perform an air transport operation c...

36.42.8 State the restrictions on commercial transport operations carrying passengers with a sing...

36.42.10 State the CAR Part 121 restrictions on VFR night operations. (CAR 121)

36.42.12 State the CAR Part 121 restriction on VFR extended over-water operations.(CAR 121)

36.42.14 State the CAR Part 121/125 requirements for passenger safety and the carriage of certain...

36.42.16 State the CAR Part 121/125 requirement for the keeping of an operation record. (CAR 121 ...

36.42.18 State the CAR Part 121/125 requirement for a maintenance review.

36.42.20 State the CAR Part 121/125 restrictions when refuelling. (CAR 121 and 125)

36.42.22 State the CAR Part 121/125 restrictions on the manipulation of an aircraft’s controls.

36.44.2 State the CAR Part 121/125 meteorological requirements for commencing an air operation un...

36.44.4 State the CAR Part 121 meteorological requirements for commencing an air operation under ...

36.44.6 State the CAR Part 121 requirements and limitations for reduced take-off minima.

36.44.8 State the meteorological operating restrictions on an aeroplane performing a VFR air oper...

36.44.10 State the meteorological operating restrictions on a multi-engine aeroplane performing a...

36.46.2 State the CAR Part 121/125 performance requirements for takeoff distances. (CAR 121 and 125)

36.46.4 State the CAR Part 121/125 performance requirements for clearing obstacles within the net...

36.46.6 State the CAR Part 121 turbo jet powered aeroplane performance requirements for landing d...

36.46.8 State the CAR Part 121/125 turboprop powered aeroplane performance requirements for landi...

36.46.10 State the CAR Part 121/125 performance requirements for landing on wet and contaminated ...

36.50.2 Explain the requirements for obtaining and considering relevant information prior to flig...

36.50.4 Describe the publications and their content that provide operational route and aerodrome ...

36.50.6 Derive operational information from charts and publications that provide route, approach ...

36.52.2 State the meteorological minima at destination which would require an alternate to be nom...

36.52.4 State the alternate requirements for a CAR Part 121 IFR flight, if meteorological conditi...

36.52.6 State the meteorological minima at departure which would require a CAR Part 121/125 IFR o...

36.52.8 Determine the meteorological minima required at an aerodrome for it to be nominated as an...

36.52.10 State the power supply requirements for the selection of an aerodrome as an alternate on...

36.52.12 State the reference datum for takeoff meteorological minima for IFR operations. (CAR91)

36.52.14 State the reference datum for landing meteorological minima for IFR operations. (CAR91)

36.52.16 State the reference datum for alternate meteorological minima for IFR operations.(CAR 91...

36.54.2 / 36.54.4 State the fuel reserve required for an IFR flight in a non-turbine/turbine-powe...

36.56.2 State the CAR Part 121/125 requirements for the filing of a flight plan.(CAR 121 and 125)

36.56.4 State the notification lead time for filing an IFR flight plan. (CAR 91)

36.56.6 State the requirements for adhering to an IFR flight plan. (CAR 91)

36.56.8 State the requirements for the notification of changes to a ...

36.56.10 State the requirements for an inadvertent departure from an IFR flight plan. (CAR 91)

36.56.12 State the requirements for the terminating an IFR flight plan at an aerodrome without AT...

36.58.2 State the minimum heights for VFR flights under CAR Part 121. (CAR 121)

36.58.4 State the enroute limitations for two engine aeroplanes with respect to flying time from ...

36.60.2 Derive from operational publications, the required radio frequency for communicating with...

36.60.4 Explain the use of aircraft radiotelephony callsigns. (CAR 91)

36.60.6 State the requirements for making position reports to an ATS unit. (CAR 91 & AIP ENR)

36.60.8 State the contents of various IFR position reports. (AIP ENR)

36.60.10 State the meaning of the various light signals from a control tower. (CAR 91 & AIP AD)

36.60.12 State the communications requirements when TIBA procedures are in force. (AIP ENR)

36.62.2 State the requirements for complying with ATC clearances and instructions. (CAR 91 & AIP ...

36.62.4 State the requirements for coordinating with an aerodrome flight information service. (CA...

36.62.6 State the requirements for receiving an ATC clearance prior to entering various types of ...

36.63.2 Describe the situations where Air Traffic Control is responsible for the provision of sep...

36.63.4 Describe the situations where the pilot-in-command of an IFR flight is responsible for ma...

36.63.6 Describe the normal separation standards applied by ATC. (AIP ENR)

36.63.8 Describe the situations where the normal separation may be reduced. (AIP ENR)

36.63.10 State the meaning of the term “Essential traffic”. (AIP ENR)

36.63.12 State the conditions under which longitudinal separation between reciprocal track aircra...

36.63.14 State the minimum lateral and longitudinal separation between RNP10 aircraft, as permitt...

36.63.16 State the deviation from an assigned indicated airspeed or Mach number and ETA outside o...

36.63.18 State the wake turbulence separation requirements for medium and heavy aircraft. (AIP AD)

36.63.20 State the maximum airspeed below 10,000 feet. (CAR 91)

36.63.22 State the minimum descent height in IMC at an unattended aerodrome where traffic conflic...

36.64.2 Describe the determination of the minimum safe altitude for IFR flight. (AIP GEN)

36.64.4 Explain the coverage and use of VORSEC charts. (AIP GEN)

36.64.6 Explain the coverage and use of 25nm Minimum Sector Altitude diagrams. (AIP GEN)

36.64.8 / 36.64.10 State when the radar control service is responsible for the provision of terra...

36.64.12 Describe the use of DME descent steps for maintaining terrain clearance during departure...

36.65.2 State the requirements for deviation off track for weather avoidance. (AIP ENR)

36.66.2 Describe the radar services available to VFR and IFR flights. (AIP ENR)

36.66.4 Describe the responsibility of the radar controller to keep an aircraft within controlled...

36.66.6 State the accuracy limits required when under radar speed control. (AIP ENR)

36.66.8 State the distance from touchdown that radar speed control can be maintained on an instru...

36.66.10 State the meteorological and other conditions which allow a radar controller to vector a...

36.66.12 State the criteria for a radar controller to consider an unknown aircraft to be on a con...

36.67.2 State the pilot’s actions, under oceanic procedures, when deviation from track to avoid w...

36.67.4 State the pilot’s actions, under oceanic procedures, when aircraft are unable to meet RNP...

36.67.6 State the requirements, under oceanic procedures, which must be met before longitudinal s...

36.67.8 State the requirements for position reports by aircraft using uncharted (random) oceanic ...

36.68.2 State the equipment required by aircraft within the New Zealand flight information region...

36.68.4/36.68.6 State the meaning of a GPS “sole means navigation system”. (CAR 19)

36.68.8 State the actions required of pilots, under IFR using GPS equipment as a primary means na...

36.68.10 State the requirements which must be met before a pilot of an aircraft operating within ...

36.68.12 State the requirements for carrying out an instrument approach using GPS equipment as a ...

36.68.14 State the requirements for the nomination of an alternate if GPS is used as a primary me...

36.70.2 State the altimeter setting procedures required when operating in the Auckland Oceanic FI...

36.70.4 State the altimeter setting procedures required when operating in the New Zealand FIR. (C...

36.70.6 State the procedure to use to obtain an altimeter setting when QNH is not available prior...

36.70.8 Describe QNH zones and state when zone QNH should be used. (AIP ENR)

36.70.10 Describe the transition altitude, layer and level. (AIP ENR)

36.72.2 State the altitude/flight level requirements when cruising IFR within the Auckland Oceani...

36.72.4 State the altitude/flight level requirements when cruising IFR within the New Zealand FIR...

36.72.6 Determine from charts and publications the minimum flight altitude (MFA) for a route sect...

36.72.8 Describe situations where ATC may assign cruising altitudes not in accordance with the IF...

36.72.10 State the position by which an aircraft must be at a higher MFA if one is specified. (AI...

36.74.2 State the requirements for the operation of transponders within the New Zealand FIR. (CAR...

36.74.4 Describe the procedures required of pilots operating transponders. (AIP ENR)

36.74.6 Describe the altitude accuracy limits of transponders. (AIP ENR)

36.74.8 State the requirements and limitations on an aircraft operating in transponder mandatory ...

36.75.2 State the rules pertaining to operating IFR in the various classes of airspace. (CAR 91 &...

36.75.4 Describe the vertical limits and purpose of control zones (CTR). (CAR 71)

36.75.6 Describe the vertical limits and purpose of control areas (CTA). (CAR 71)

36.75.8 State the status and conditions relating to flight in VFR transit lanes. (AIP ENR)

36.75.10 Describe the status and purpose of a general aviation area (GAA). (CAR 91 & AIP ENR)

36.75.12 Describe visual reporting points. (CAR 71)

36.75.14 Describe the status of controlled airspace when ATC go off duty. (AIP GEN)

36.75.16 State the restrictions on operating an aircraft in a restricted area. (CAR 91 & AIP ENR)

36.75.18 State the restrictions on operating an aircraft in a military operating area (MOA). (CAR...

36.75.20 State the restrictions and operating considerations relating to operating an aircraft in...

36.75.22 State the restrictions and operating considerations relating to operating an aircraft in...

36.75.24 State the restrictions and operating considerations relating to operating an aircraft in...

36.75.26 State the operating considerations relating to operating an aircraft in a common frequen...

36.75.28 State the operating considerations relating to operating an aircraft over or close to te...

36.75.30 Explain the requirements for the operation of an aircraft in RNP airspace. (CAR 91 and A...

36.75.32 Interpret airspace information on aeronautical charts.

36.76.2 Describe the limitations on the use of a place as an aerodrome. (CAR 91)

36.76.4 Describe the method of runway designation. (AIP AD)

36.76.6 Describe the movement area of an aerodrome. (CAR 1)

36.76.8 Describe the meaning of the various aerodrome ground signals. (AIP AD)

36.76.10 Interpret runway, taxiway, apron and stand signs and markings. (VECTOR)

36.76.12 Interpret information on aerodrome charts. (AIP GEN & Volume 4)

36.78.2 Describe the lighting intensity classifications. (AC 139-6)

36.78.4 Lighting Systems. (AC139-6)

36.78.6 Describe aerodrome beacons. (AC139-6)

36.78.8 Describe the indication of above, on and below slope for: (a) PAPIs (b) VASIS (c) T-VASIS

36.80.2 State the requirement for the notification of accidents. (CAR 12)

36.80.4 State the requirement for the notification of incidents. (CAR 12)

36.80.6 / 36.80.8 State the extent to which a pilot may deviate from the CA Act or rules in an em...

36.82.2/36.82.4/36.82.6 State the transponder code...

36.82.8 Describe the means by which ATC will verify the transmission of an emergency SSR transpon...

36.82.10 Describe the use of the speechless technique using unmodulated transmissions. (AIP ENR)

36.82.12 Describe and interpret ground-air visual signal codes. (AIP GEN)

36.82.14 Describe the procedures for directing a surface craft to a distress incident. (AIP GEN)

36.82.16 State the procedures for the emergency activation of an ELT. (AIP GEN)

36.82.18 State the pilot action required following the inadvertent transmission of an ELT. (AIP GEN)

36.82.20 State the requirements for the operational testing of an ELT. (AIP GEN)

36.82.22 State the procedures to be followed on receiving an ELT signal. (AIP GEN)

36.90.2 Interpret information on SID and Departure Procedure charts. (AIP GEN)

36.90.4 Determine the IFR takeoff minima for a departure off a given runway. (AIP ENR)

36.90.6 State the IFR takeoff minima if it is not prescribed in Volume 3 and 4. (AIP ENR)

36.90.8 State the CAR Part 91 requirements and limitations of IFR reduced takeoff minima. (CAR 91...

36.90.10 State the minimum height for a turn after takeoff on departure. (AIP ENR)

36.90.12 State the minimum climb gradient on a SID unless otherwise specified. (AIP ENR)

36.90.14 Calculate the rate of climb required to meet the net climb gradient specified on instrum...

36.90.16 State when a departure procedure terminates. (AIP ENR)

36.90.18 State the limitation on the termination of radar vectoring for a departing IFR aircraft....

36.90.20 State the requirements for broadcasting intentions when departing from an unattended aer...

36.90.22 State the requirements for and limitations on a visual departure. (AIP ENR)

36.90.24 Describe the operating restrictions where an IFR departure procedure is not promulgated....

36.92.2/36.92.4 State the maximum ...

36.92.6 Identify and describe appropriate holding pattern entry procedures. (AIP ENR)

36.92.8 State when an onwards clearance time will be passed to the pilots of an aircraft instruct...

36.92.10 State when an expected approach time will be passed to the pilots of an aircraft instruc...

36.92.12 State the angle of bank required during turns in a holding pattern. (AIP ENR)

36.94.2 Describe the descent limitations from cruise to approach commencement. (AIP GEN)

36.94.4 Interpret information on STAR charts. (AIP GEN)

36.94.6 State the limitation on a clearance to fly a STAR. (AIP ENR)

36.94.8 Define the minimum initial approach altitude. (AIP ENR)

36.94.10 Interpret information on instrument approach charts. (AIP GEN)

36.94.12 Determine the IFR meteorological minima for an instrument approach to a given runway.

36.94.14 State the meteorological minima which must exist prior to a landing off an instrument ap...

36.94.16 Describe the procedures for joining overhead a navigation aid for an instrument approach...

36.94.18 State the minimum meteorological conditions which must exist before ATC may clear an air...

36.94.20 State the meteorological and other conditions which will allow a pilot to request a visu...

36.94.22 State the meteorological and other conditions which allow ATC to advise that conditions ...

36.94.24 State the meteorological and other conditions which will allow a pilot to carry out a vi...

36.94.26 Describe the provision of traffic separation and terrain clearance during a visual appro...

36.94.28 Given an aircraft’s Vs, determine its category for approach speeds and minima. (AIP ENR)

36.94.30 State the category B and C speed limitations during an instrument approach under ICAO PA...

36.94.32 State the requirements for making position reports during an instrument approach in cont...

36.94.34 Describe the procedures for carrying out an instrument approach at an unattended aerodro...

36.94.36 Determine the minimum descent altitude using a QNH from a remote location. (AIP ENR)

36.94.38 State when descent below decision altitude or minimum descent altitude may be made on an...

36.94.40 Describe the missed approach procedures and limitations. (AIP ENR)

36.96.2 Describe the procedures required following a communications failure enroute. (AIP ENR)

36.96.4 Describe the procedures required following a communications failure during an instrument ...

36.96.6 Describe the procedure to be carried out in the event of a radio navigation aid failure d...

36.96.8 State the requirements for changing approach types in the event of a radio navigation aid...

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