T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
11. When not in "radar contact" and (1) leaving
the final approach fix inbound on final
approach (nonprecision approach) or (2)
when leaving the outer marker or fix used in
lieu of the outer marker inbound on final
approach (precision approach)
12. When not in "radar contact," provide a
corrected estimate at anytime it becomes
apparent that an estimate as previously
submitted is in error in excess of three
13. Except when in "RADAR CONTACT,"
report over designated compulsory
reporting points. On a direct route or VFR
on TOP, report over each reporting point in
the flight plan.
14. When unable to comply with an ATC
clearance as given
The following are examples of FAA communication
procedures as developed from the FAA manual.
Remember that local procedures may deviate
occasionally in specifics from FAA procedures and will
be IAW course rules.
NOTE: This presentation is designed to provide you
Sg 3, fr 2: Introduction
with examples and explanations of standardized
may be encountered on IFR flights. The scenario
progresses through the situations normally encountered
in the following phases of an IFR flight: GROUND,
DEPARTURE, ENROUTE, ARRIVAL, AND MISSED