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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
(2) No pilot operating an aircraft, except a
military aircraft of the United States, may
land that aircraft when the flight visibility is
less than the visibility prescribed in the
standard instrument approach procedure
being used.”
VI. Closing Flight Plan 2.9.6.1
Sg 6, fr 1
Lesson Organization
A.
It is the responsibility of the pilot-in-command/formation
leader to ensure that the proper agency is notified of
flight termination
1.
Canceling an IFR flight plan in flight does not close
out your military flight plan
2.
For safety, and accountability of its aircraft, the Navy
requires verbal closing of flight plans on the ground
through
a.
Ground Control or, if not available,
b.
Control Tower or,
c.
Base Operations, i.e., turn in DD-175 at duty
desk
3.
At nonmilitary installations, the pilot shall close the
flight plan with flight service through any means
available
a.
Local call to flight service
b.
Collect, long distance telephone service may be
used if required with a flight service station
(FSS) (Identify yourself as a pilot)
c.
When appropriate communication links are
known or suspected not to exist at point of
intended landing, a predicted landing time in
lieu of the actual landing shall be reported to an
appropriate aeronautical facility while airborne
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