Presentation on theme: "Communication General Comm. Items Who you are talking to Who you are Where you are What you want For example: Gateway tower, Warrior 4185Q holding short."— Presentation transcript:
Communication General Comm. Items Who you are talking to Who you are Where you are What you want For example: Gateway tower, Warrior 4185Q holding short 30 Left at Kilo, ready for takeoff. This does not supercede ANY official document.
SAN TAN MTS. SE Practice Area 120.6 / 124.75 Gateway tower, Warrior 4185Q is 13 miles to the South East, inbound for touch and go’s with Alpha Warrior 85Q, make right traffic, runway 30R, report three mile final Warrior 85Q, report three mile final, runway 30R Gateway tower, Warrior 85Q, three mile final for runway 30R Warrior 85Q, cleared for touch and go’s, 30R 85Q, cleared touch and go’s, 30R Gateway tower warrior 85Q, full stop. 85Q, cleared to land, runway 30L 85Q, cleared to land, 30L Warrior 85Q, exit runway when able, contact ground on 128.25, g’day 85Q, ground on 128.25
Protect Yourself by just saying your tail numberThere are only a few situations where you are REQUIRED to repeat an ATC clearance/limitation (i.e., “HOLD SHORT,” IFR Clearances, ect.). In most other situations, you can acknowledge a clearance by just saying your tail number. However, if ATC makes a mistake in a clearance and you say only your tail number, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE. If you read back the entire ATC clearance and they don’t catch their mistake, THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE. They will most likely catch their mistake, so when you do a complete read back, it is win / win situation!
G H G I H Gateway ground, Warrior 4185Q, clear of runway 30L on Hotel, taxi to the North ramp Warrior 85Q, taxi to the ramp.
G RUNWAY30LRUNWAY30L H G Hold Short Bars I H RAMP