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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
(8) Other pertinent weather information, i.e.,
lightning, cumulonimbus and towering
cumulous which is always included
d.
Provides other information on ATIS such as:
(1) Active special use areas
(2) Active runway and instrument/visual
approaches in use
(3) Special instructions
B.
Clearance Delivery
1.
Separate frequency established at busy airports to
relieve clutter on ground control
a.
Considered to be an arm of “Tower”
b.
Has no control function, used solely as the
name implies for the delivery of IFR clearances
2.
Pre-taxi clearance program set up at certain airports
to receive clearance prior to taxiing
Pilots should file IFR Flight Plans at least 30 minutes
prior to estimated time of departure to preclude
possible delay in receiving departure clearance. A
30 minute delay is not unusual if the flight plan is
filed when ready to depart
NOTE: Nonscheduled operations operating at
FL 230 and above are requested by ATC to file IFR
Flight Plans at least 4 hours prior to ETD.
a.
Pilot participation may be mandatory
b.
Participating pilots call Clearance Delivery (or
Ground Control) not more than 10 minutes
before proposed taxi time
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