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CHAPTER EIGHT
INTRODUCTION TO GROUND, AIRBORNE, LOST COMMUNICATION, AND
EMERGENCY VOICE PROCEDURES
800. INTRODUCTION
This chapter provides a review of basic radio communication phraseology and procedures. A
description of the various ATC agencies you will be communicating with and the format and
procedures for the required voice reports in VFR and IFR environments are provided.
801. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
TERMINAL OBJECTIVE
8.0 Recall the functions of Air Traffic Control, and the procedures for requesting an IFR
clearance. Recall Air Traffic Control's process of granting IFR clearances, the phraseology and
format for voice procedures, lost communications procedures, and an understanding of holding
procedures.
ENABLING OBJECTIVES
8.1 Recall the functions of Departure Control, Air Route Traffic Control, and Approach
Control.
8.2
Recall how an IFR clearance is requested from ATC by the pilot.
8.3 Recall the steps required by ATC to process an IFR flight request, and who relays this
clearance to the pilot.
8.4 List the mandatory items contained in the basic IFR clearance, and specific voice reports
used in receiving the clearance.
8.5 Recall who issues detailed departure clearances, and the specific items contained in a
departure clearance.
8.6 Recall the procedures required when issued a short range clearance.
8.7 Name the two methods that Departure Control may use to establish an aircraft in the
enroute phase of the flight.
8.8 Name the method a pilot may use to establish himself/herself in the enroute phase of the
flight.
8.9
Recall when an approach clearance is issued and by which agency.
8.10 Apply the correct format and spoken phraseology for voice reports.
INTRODUCTION TO GROUND, AIRBORNE, LOST COMMUNICATION, AND
EMERGENCY VOICE PROCEDURES  8-1


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