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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
4.
Prior to issuance of a descent clearance below the
highest initial approach fix altitude established for
any high altitude instrument procedure for the
destination airport (i.e., that point that the “approach”
is considered to commence), the controller will
inform the pilot:
a.
The type of final approach to expect
b.
RADAR vectors will be provided to the final
course
c.
Current weather whenever the ceiling is below
either 1,000 ft (1,500 ft for Air Force controllers)
or the highest circling minimum (whichever is
greater) or when the visibility is less than 3
miles
C.
Single Frequency Approach (SFA - UHF) 2.9.4.2.3
Sg 5 fr 2
Fig 9: Single
1.
Provided to single piloted jet aircraft on an IFR flight
Frequency Approach
plan during the hours of darkness or when the
(SFA - UHF)
aircraft is in instrument weather conditions
2.
The abbreviation “SFA” will be shown after the
heading COMMUNICATIONS in the FLIP IFR En
route Supplement when procedures have been
implemented at that station. For those military fields
that do not indicate “SFA” check the RADAR section
of the FLIP (Terminal) for that airfield. If they have
numerous UHF frequencies available you can
request SFA in the remarks section of the DD-175
3.
Pilots receiving this service will not be required to
change frequency from beginning of penetration to
touchdown, except that pilots conducting an en route
descent are required to change frequency when
control is transferred from the Air Route Traffic
Center to the Terminal Facility
4.
Controllers may discontinue the service to all pilots
who cancel IFR Flight Plans during daylight hours
and to those pilots in level flight who cancel IFR
Flight Plans at night
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