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CHAPTER EIGHT
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
7.
Present position and heading or, if lost, last known position, time, and heading since that
position
8.
Altitude or flight level
9.
Fuel remaining in hours and minutes
10.
Number of people on board
11.
Any other useful information
After establishing radio contact, comply with advice and instructions received. Cooperate. Do
not hesitate to ask questions or clarify instructions when you do not understand or if you cannot
comply with clearance. Help the ground station to control communications on the frequency in
use. Silence interfering radio stations. Do not change frequency or change to another ground
station unless absolutely necessary. If you do so, advise the ground station of the new frequency
and station name prior to the change, transmitting in the blind if necessary. If two-way
communications cannot be established on the new frequency, return immediately to the
frequency or station where two-way communications last existed.
8-36 INTRODUCTION TO GROUND, AIRBORNE, LOST COMMUNICATION, AND
EMERGENCY VOICE PROCEDURES


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