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CHAPTER THREE
RADIO INSTRUMENTS
The paragraphs that quote the Federal Aviation Regulations concerning "LEAVING
CLEARANCE LIMIT" are sometimes misunderstood.
In the paragraph entitled "5-11 CLEARANCE LIMIT" FLIP General Planning explains that
"Initial clearances will include whenever practicable, the destination airport as the clearance
limit." It is extremely rare that this is NOT the case. If the destination clearance limit is not
changed by assignment of a new enroute clearance limit (which must be accompanied by
instructions for holding, EFC, etc.), the provisions of the "LEAVING CLEARANCE LIMIT"
paragraph do not apply, and in case of Two-Way Radio failure, an aircraft would be expected to
execute its clearance to its clearance limit (destination). If ATC assigns a clearance limit short of
the filed destination, the procedures in the "LEAVING CLEARANCE LIMIT" paragraph would
apply.
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES DURING RI EVENTS
Execution Of Emergency Procedures
1.  Emergency procedures requiring only Immediate Action Items (such as a HOT START):
The student will:
Identify the emergency by announcing the title ("HOT START") and then recite the Immediate
Action Items.
2.  Emergency procedures requiring a mix of Immediate Action Items and Deferred Action
Items (such as an "CANOPY LIGHT IN FLIGHT"). The student will:
a.
Identify the emergency by announcing the title ("CANOPY LIGHT IN FLIGHT"),
then-
b.
Recite the Immediate Action Items, then-
c.
State the NPPC page number of the emergency procedure, then-
d.
Read aloud the Deferred Action Items.
3.  Emergency procedures requiring only Deferred Action Items (such as LOW OIL
PRESSURE). The student will:
a.
Identify the emergency by announcing the title ("LOW OIL PRESSURE"), then-
b.
State the NPPC page number of the emergency procedure, then-
c.
Read aloud the Deferred Action Items.
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RADIO INSTRUMENTS


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