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SNFO/SWSO VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER THREE
General Planning, chapter 5, states that IFR clearances to departing aircraft will be issued prior
to takeoff and will include the following items as appropriate in the order listed:
1.
Aircraft identification
2.
Clearance limit or approach procedure
3.
Departure procedures or SID
4.
Route of flight
5.
Altitude data in the order flown
6.
Holding instructions
7.
Any special information
8.
Frequencies and IFF information
Copy the clearance from the controller. You will be expected to read back the clearance
verbatim to ensure that you understand it completely.
Some amount of secretarial speed and skill will be required for you to correctly copy all of this
information. This will be especially evident on cross-countries or stopovers at other airfields. It
is recommended that you use abbreviations when copying clearances. Here are some examples:
+10
After 10 minutes (when dealing with time delays)
AF
As Filed
C
Cleared
/
Climb
->
Direct
EFC
Expect Further Clearance
EX
Expect
FL
Flight Level
FPR
Flight Plan Route
HDG
Heading
L, R
Left Turn, Right Turn
M
Maintain
MN
Minutes
RWY
Runway
3-3


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