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Review of FLIP and FAA Publications
Airport Traffic Control Tower: At controlled airports, the tower has control responsibilities for traffic in its
area. It coordinates with Approach/Departure Control for the safe and efficient flow of traffic into and out
of that airspace area. Do not taxi onto or across an active runway without tower approval.
NOTE: At some airports, the tower
frequencies may be footnoted for a
special use such as for arrival or
departure, or for use on a specific
Ground Control: A control branch of the tower responsible for control of all traffic on the ground as the
airport except on the active runway.
Clearance Delivery: A special non-control branch of the Tower set up to relay clearances to pilots. Its
primary purpose is to relieve frequency congestion on Tower and Ground control frequencies. If available,
it is the primary frequency for requesting your IFR clearance. If not available, use Ground Control to
request your clearance.
NOTE: Some airports may use the same frequency for both Ground Control and Clearance delivery;
however, when calling for your clearance, call Clearance Delivery to ensure the right personnel obtain