The Pilots Reference to ATC Procedures and Phraseology is the single most complete source of United States civilian air traffic control procedures available procedures relevant and important to pilots at all levels who use the ATC system under VFR and/or IFR pilot operations. The information in this book has been compiled from the Air Traffic Control Handbook (Order 7110.65), Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) and Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). This data is organized and presented here in the style of the Air Traffic Control Handbook and, where appropriate, ATC phraseology is included exactly as it reads from the Handbook. The Seventh Edition of The Pilots Reference to ATC Procedures and Phraseology contains more than 1,500 references to air traffic control information. Its organized presentation can enhance your understanding of the air traffic control system and will enable you to communicate more effectively at the controls.
HIGHLIGHTS * Includes the current ATC terminology from the Controllers Handbook * Provides clear hear-what-you-read examples of Pilot/Controller dialogue to illustrate phrase and number use * Integrates regulations and recommendations with actual ATC procedures, where appropriate * Chapter 5, Basic Radar Procedures, includes easy-to-read depictions of Terminal and En Route radar displays * Contains aircraft Make/Model ID and Performance Information from the Controllers Handbook
UPDATED. The SMARTPILOT/CONTROLLER GLOSSARY
This easy-to-use Glossary: * Defines more than 1,100 standard terms and phrases * Hightlights the terms and phrases used in critical and imminent situations * Affords fast access to these terms and phrases by classifying them according to their most common usage * Clarifies meanings by simplifying and streamlining definitions from the FAAs Pilot/Controller Glossary * Documents standard phrases used by pilots in their communications with ATC
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