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CHAPTER THREE
SNFO/SWSO VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
ii.
The format is: "<Agency> Clearance Delivery, <call sign>, <stereo route>, on
request."
Example
KATT 812 is filed to NPA via a NPA-123 stereo route:
SNFO/SWSO:
"Sherman Clearance Delivery, KATT 812, NPA-
123, on request."
2.
At a transient field
a.
If clearance delivery is available:
Example
BUCK 712 is on a cross country at Navy Jacksonville. You have filed a DD 175 to return
to Navy Pensacola. Checking the IFR Supplement you discover Navy Jacksonville has a
clearance delivery frequency.
SNFO/SWSO:
"Jacksonville Clearance Delivery, BUCK 712,
IFR, Navy Pensacola, on request."
b.
If clearance delivery is unavailable:
At airfields without clearance delivery, ground control assumes the clearance
function. To facilitate communication flow, specify that you are picking up clearance
when making the call to ground.
Example
KATT 812 is on a cross country at Patrick AFB. You have filed a DD 175 to Navy
Pensacola. Checking the approach plate you discover Patrick does not have a clearance
delivery frequency.
SNFO/SWSO:
"Patrick Ground, KATT 812, IFR, Navy
Pensacola,  Clearance on request."
302. RECEIVING YOUR CLEARANCE
When you initially call for your flight clearance, clearance delivery forwards your flight plan
information to the appropriate ATC facility for approval. Normally allow at least 30 minutes
after filing before requesting clearance. This will afford the required processing time.


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