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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
CHAPTER EIGHT
DP Example:
Figure 8-3 DP
807. AIRBORNE VOICE REPORTS
Each segment of an IFR flight has its own detailed procedures; i.e., Departure Control voice
procedures, Air Route Traffic Control procedures, and Approach Control procedures. Further,
each segment procedures are broken down into situations; e.g., initial contact reports, position
reports, etc., and whether the flight is operating in a radar environment or not. DPC/APC
(located at airports) and ARTCC (located at centers) coordinate the transfer of aircraft, called
"handoff", between themselves as to the frequency assignment, position, time, altitude
assignment, and radar environment of the transfer. Therefore, the initial contact report from the
pilot to the new controller is expected and should include the appropriate message information.
INTRODUCTION TO GROUND, AIRBORNE, LOST COMMUNICATION, AND
EMERGENCY VOICE PROCEDURES 8-19


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