T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
"Navy Bravo two zero zero, switching
two six five point two."
Sg 3, fr 15: Arrival - Approach
Control Initial Contact
Approach control (initial contact)
Sg 3, fr 15 Cont.: Audio & Audio
Text - Approach Control (Initial
NOTE: Approaching the terminal area and
before handoff to Approach Control, a
prudent pilot would monitor the destination
ATIS on a secondary radio for weather, field
conditions, and approach information.
Having current ATIS information will enable
the pilot to determine the probable landing
runway on arrival and select a desired
"El Paso information LIMA, one four three
zero ZULU. Measured ceiling: one
thousand broken, six thousand overcast.
Visibility: Two miles with light rain.
Temperature: seven eight. Dew point: six
five. Wind: two five zero at one zero.
Altimeter: two niner niner one. TACAN
runway two six left approach in use.
Hazardous flight weather for Southeast New
Mexico available on HIWAS Flight Watch or
from Flight Service Station. Advise
controller on initial contact, you have
Sg 3, fr 15, p2: Audio Text -
Approach Control (Initial
"Navy Bravo two zero zero, Albuquerque
Center. Turn left heading two five zero,
radar vector FANNY. Descend to one
seven thousand. Contact El Paso Approach
three five three point five."