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Terminology 1

Question Answer
ABPAble bodied passanger. A person who volunteers or is nominated to assist the CC in an evacuation
ACPAttendant Control Panel. A unit that consists of hardware controls and a touchscreen in an AC fitted with Boeing Sky Internal (BSI)
A/CAircraft
AEDAutomated External Defribillator
AFTTowards the rear (tail) of the AC
AIRBRIDGEManeuvrable enclosed access way to AC available at some airports
AIRCREWAll crew required to operate a Flight, includes Flight and CC
AIRSTAIRSFolding boarding/disenbarking stairs which are self-stowing beneath the main passanger door
APUAuxiliary Power Unit. Small engine below the tail of the AC which provides electrical power to the AC while it's on the ground
ASSIST SPACEDefined area at each emergency door allocated for the CC to stand in for the purpose of evacuating passengers without causing an obstruction at the exit.
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Terminology 2

Question Answer
BLUETOOTHBluetooth is a standardized protocol for sending and receiving data via 2.4GHz Wireless link.....
BRACE POSITIONPosition adopted by the passengers and CC when seated during an emergency landing. It helps minimize injuries which result from forced body movements.
BSIBoeing Sky Internal
CABIN CREWMember of the AIRCREW who performs in the interest of the safety of the passenger. Duties assigned by the operator or the captain of the AC.
CBCircuit Breaker. All the black button type things that are located behind the pilot seats. They have the same function as an electrical fuse. CBs are also located in the galleys.
CCCabin Crew
CPRCardiopulmonory Ressuscitation
CSACabin Services Agent
CSSCabin Services Supervisor (Refers to the CC member NO1)
DIRECT ACCESS ROW SEGMENTA row segment in which there is at least one DIRECT ACCESS seat.
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Terminology 3

Question Answer
DIRECT ACCESSA seat from which a passenger can proceed directly to the exit without entering an aisle or passing around an obstruction
DITCHINGEmergency landing on water by an AC
DIVERSIONWhen the AC does not land at it's intended place. Can be due to bad weather, fuel requirements, medical emergency, bomb alert, etc.
DRILLA sequence of action which should be followed
EASAEuropean Aviation Safety Agency
FCIFlight Crew Instruction - Amendments to the Operations Manual Part A
FWDForward - Towards the front (nose) of the AC
FLIGHT CREWNormally consists of Captain and First Officer
FLIGHT DECKThe compartement from which the AC is flown, also called Cockpit
FRIATA assigned preffix to all Ryanair flight numbers
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Terminology 4

Question Answer
FUSELAGEThe outer skin of the AC
GIRT APRONPiece of heavy material which connects the evacuation device (slide) to the GIRT BAR
GIRT BARMetal bar which connects to brackets on the floor when the AC slide is armed.
GPUGround Power Unit: Used instead of the APU to provide electrical power on the ground.
HOLDA compartment in the lower deck where baggage and cargo is stowed.
IAAIrish Aviation Authority. Government Department regulating AC operations in Ireland
IATAInternational Air Transport Association.
ICAOInternational Civil Aviation Organisation.
IFDInfant Flotation Device
INBOARDThe directions towards the center line of the AC
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Terminology 5

Question Answer
INFANTFor Ryanair ticketing purposes is a young passenger under the age of 2 years
INOPInoperative or having a technical fault.
JUJunior Cabin Crew
LANDING GEARThe wheels and associated components on which the ac lands. Also called the undercarriage.
LJLifejacket
LOAD SHEETThe ramp agent prepares the load sheet and gives it to the Captain priorto departure. It contains information such as passenger numbers, weights, baggage, etc
MINIMUMSWeather conditions restricting take-off and landing.
NOTOCNotification to Captain
OPS MANUALThe governing document approved by the IAA that sets out company policy and regulations covering all aspects of the company’s operation.
OUTBOARDThe direction towards the outside of the AC.
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Terminology 6

Question Answer
PAPublic Address/Passenger Announcement.
PART DAircrew Training Manual.
PIGSPassenger Ideal Guiding System.
PRAMPre Recorded Announcement Machine
PSUPassenger Service Unit: The area above a row of passenger seats which holds air vents, reading lights, drop-down oxygen masks, a CC call light and the No Smoking and Fasten Seat Beltsigns.
PUPurser – a rostering code referring to a No 1.
RAMPManoeuvring area for ac beside/next to the terminal building
RERGRyanair Emergency Response Guide
ROW SEATA, B, C, D, E and/or F
ROW SEGMENTSeats ABC or DEF
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Terminology 7

Question Answer
RTOREJECTED TAKE-OFF; Stopping the ac on the runway during the take-off.
RUNWAYAirport area designed for AC to take-off and land.
SEPSafety and Emergency Procedures.
SOPStandard Operating Procedures: The normal manner in which an action is carried out in accordance with company policy
SPISafety Procedures Instruction. An amendment to OperationsManual Part A, SEP.
STANDParking area for ac.
TAXIINGAll AC movements on the ground, following landing and prior to take-off.
THOBTotal Heads On-board, including Aircrew, supernumeraries, passengers and infants
TAXIWAYAirport routes linking runway with the RAMP area.
TITraining Instruction: This details a change to RyanairOperations Manual.
WIFIWi Fi is a standardized protocol for creating a wireless network using the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands.....
memorize

All Terminology

Question Answer
ABPAble bodied passanger. A person who volunteers or is nominated to assist the CC in an evacuation
ACPAttendant Control Panel. A unit that consists of hardware controls and a touchscreen in an AC fitted with Boeing Sky Internal (BSI)
A/CAircraft
AEDAutomated External Defribillator
AFTTowards the rear (tail) of the AC
AIRBRIDGEManeuvrable enclosed access way to AC available at some airports
AIRCREWAll crew required to operate a Flight, includes Flight and CC
AIRSTAIRSFolding boarding/disenbarking stairs which are self-stowing beneath the main passanger door
APUAuxiliary Power Unit. Small engine below the tail of the AC which provides electrical power to the AC while it's on the ground
ASSIST SPACEDefined area at each emergency door allocated for the CC to stand in for the purpose of evacuating passengers without causing an obstruction at the exit.
BLUETOOTHBluetooth is a standardized protocol for sending and receiving data via 2.4GHz Wireless link.....
BRACE POSITIONPosition adopted by the passengers and CC when seated during an emergency landing. It helps minimize injuries which result from forced body movements.
BSIBoeing Sky Internal
CABIN CREWMember of the AIRCREW who performs in the interest of the safety of the passenger. Duties assigned by the operator or the captain of the AC.
CBCircuit Breaker. All the black button type things that are located behind the pilot seats. They have the same function as an electrical fuse. CBs are also located in the galleys.
CCCabin Crew
CPRCardiopulmonory Ressuscitation
CSACabin Services Agent
CSSCabin Services Supervisor (Refers to the CC member NO1)
DIRECT ACCESS ROW SEGMENTA row segment in which there is at least one DIRECT ACCESS seat.
DIRECT ACCESSA seat from which a passenger can proceed directly to the exit without entering an aisle or passing around an obstruction
DITCHINGEmergency landing on water by an AC
DIVERSIONWhen the AC does not land at it's intended place. Can be due to bad weather, fuel requirements, medical emergency, bomb alert, etc.
DRILLA sequence of action which should be followed
EASAEuropean Aviation Safety Agency
FCIFlight Crew Instruction - Amendments to the Operations Manual Part A
FWDForward - Towards the front (nose) of the AC
FLIGHT CREWNormally consists of Captain and First Officer
FLIGHT DECKThe compartement from which the AC is flown, also called Cockpit
FRIATA assigned preffix to all Ryanair flight numbers
FUSELAGEThe outer skin of the AC
GIRT APRONPiece of heavy material which connects the evacuation device (slide) to the GIRT BAR
GIRT BARMetal bar which connects to brackets on the floor when the AC slide is armed.
GPUGround Power Unit: Used instead of the APU to provide electrical power on the ground.
HOLDA compartment in the lower deck where baggage and cargo is stowed.
IAAIrish Aviation Authority. Government Department regulating AC operations in Ireland
IATAInternational Air Transport Association.
ICAOInternational Civil Aviation Organisation.
IFDInfant Flotation Device
INBOARDThe directions towards the center line of the AC
INFANTFor Ryanair ticketing purposes is a young passenger under the age of 2 years
INOPInoperative or having a technical fault.
JUJunior Cabin Crew
LANDING GEARThe wheels and associated components on which the ac lands. Also called the undercarriage.
LJLifejacket
LOAD SHEETThe ramp agent prepares the load sheet and gives it to the Captain priorto departure. It contains information such as passenger numbers, weights, baggage, etc
MINIMUMSWeather conditions restricting take-off and landing.
NOTOCNotification to Captain
OPS MANUALThe governing document approved by the IAA that sets out company policy and regulations covering all aspects of the company’s operation.
OUTBOARDThe direction towards the outside of the AC.
PAPublic Address/Passenger Announcement.
PART DAircrew Training Manual.
PIGSPassenger Ideal Guiding System.
PRAMPre Recorded Announcement Machine
PSUPassenger Service Unit: The area above a row of passenger seats which holds air vents, reading lights, drop-down oxygen masks, a CC call light and the No Smoking and Fasten Seat Beltsigns.
PUPurser – a rostering code referring to a No 1.
RAMPManoeuvring area for ac beside/next to the terminal building
RERGRyanair Emergency Response Guide
ROW SEATA, B, C, D, E and/or F
ROW SEGMENTSeats ABC or DEF
RTOREJECTED TAKE-OFF; Stopping the ac on the runway during the take-off.
RUNWAYAirport area designed for AC to take-off and land.
SEPSafety and Emergency Procedures.
SOPStandard Operating Procedures: The normal manner in which an action is carried out in accordance with company policy
SPISafety Procedures Instruction. An amendment to OperationsManual Part A, SEP.
STANDParking area for ac.
TAXIINGAll AC movements on the ground, following landing and prior to take-off.
THOBTotal Heads On-board, including Aircrew, supernumeraries, passengers and infants
TAXIWAYAirport routes linking runway with the RAMP area.
TITraining Instruction: This details a change to RyanairOperations Manual.
WIFIWi Fi is a standardized protocol for creating a wireless network using the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands.....
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Chain of Command

Question Answer
Minimum Crew1 Captain, 1 First Officer, 4 CC (1 per 50 passenger seats or fractions of)
1Captain
2First Officer
3NO1
4NO2
5NO3
6NO4
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CC Chain of command

Question Answer
1SEPE (Examiner) (Safety and Emergencies Procedures Examiner)
2SEPI (Instructor) (Safety and Emergencies Procedures Instructor)
3CSS LC (Cabin Services Supervisor Line Checker)
4CSS (Cabin Services Supervisor)
5Temporary CSS
6JU CSS or JU (PU)
7JU (Junior Cabin Crew)
8JU (NEW)
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Disposal of Syringes DRILL (Must be said in the right order)

Question Answer
1Put on gloves (find in the First Aid Kit)
2Collect the needle or syringe (exercise caution while handling the needle)
3Place it into an empty bottle or container (available from AC bar*)
4Re-seal the bottle or container
5Place the bottle or container in the top metal box in the forward galley
6Seal the box
7Advise the Captain that the needle has been secured
8Complete a Cabin Safety Report including the seal number used for securing the needle in the box
9Advise cleaners on arrival at destination
* ExtraIf no suitable bottle or container is available, empty the contents of the First Aid Kit into a plastic bag and place the needle in the empty first aid box and follow the instructions 6-9)
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Safety on the RAMP

Question Answer
1All Aircrew must wear a Hi-Viz jacket at all times while airside
2All Aircrew must be in possession of a valid airport identification card or Ryanair identification card
3When entering or leaving an airport terminal building (airside) Aircrew shall ensure that all security doors are closed after use.
4All Aircrew must be alert to the different types of ramp vehicles
5When walking on the ramp Aircrew must use the marked walkway signs on the ground
6The rotating beacon (flashing light) on top and underneath the ac fuselage indicates an AC is about to or has its engines running. Never walk within the blast orsuction areas of an AC’s engines
7Never walk on taxiways
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