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CHAPTER THREE
FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
Interception Signals
These procedures can be found on the back cover. They need not be committed to memory, but
their location should be known. Figure 3-9 shows only a part of the Interception Procedures.
Consult your FIH for a complete listing.
ACTION BY INTERCEPTED AIRCRAFT
1.  The word "interception" in this context does not include
intercept and escort service provided, on request, to an aircraft in
distress, in accordance with the Search and Rescue Manual  (DOC
7333).
2.  An aircraft which is intercepted by another aircraft shall
immediately:
a.
follow the instructions given by the intercepting aircraft,
interpreting and responding to visual signals; and
notify, if possible, the appropriate air traffic services unit.
b.
Figure 3-9 Action By Intercepted Aircraft
303. SUMMARY
The Flight Information Handbook is as important to a NAV/NFO as his IFR Supplement. It is a
quick reference for information that could be required by aircrews at any time. Carry one and
use it!
3-10
FLIGHT INFORMATION HANDBOOK


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