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Sample Radio Calls
in margins. To ensure accurate sizing, set printer Page Scalingpunch holes where“100%.” planning ring binders, cut along dashed lines and option to “None” or indicated The following sample communications will help you frame various types of radio calls. When in doubt, remember the four Ws: • Who you’re calling • Who you are • Where you are • What you want
All requirements cited are for Part 91 operations. For use in chart or flight-
Class D Airspace
When ready to taxi: Pilot: Lancaster Ground, Cherokee 8121K, west ramp, VFR, 4,500 to Frederick with [information] Sierra. Ground: Cherokee 8121K, Lancaster Ground, Runway 26, taxi via Delta, cross Runway 13, hold short Runway 26. Pilot: Lancaster Ground, Cherokee 8121K, Runway 26 taxi via Delta, cross Runway 13, hold short Runway 26. When ready for takeoff: Pilot: Lancaster Tower, Cherokee 8121K, Runway 26, ready for departure. Tower: Cherokee 8121K, Runway 26, cleared for takeoff. Pilot: Cleared for takeoff Runway 26, Cherokee 8121K.
Pilot: Lancaster Tower, Cherokee 8121K, 10 [miles] southwest at 2,500, inbound for landing with [information] Sierra. Tower: Cherokee 8121K, Lancaster Tower, report entering left downwind Runway 31. Pilot: Report entering left downwind, Cherokee 8121K. ..... Pilot: Cherokee 8121K entering left downwind Runway 31. Tower: Cherokee 21K, cleared to land Runway 31. Pilot: Cleared to land Runway 31, Cherokee 21K.
Mastering Radio Communication
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Class C or TRSA Airspace
When ready to taxi: Pilot: Greensboro Ground, Cherokee 8121K, general aviation ramp, VFR, 5,500 to Raleigh with [information] Sierra. Ground: Cherokee 8121K, Greensboro Ground, cleared to Raleigh, maintain VFR at or below 3,000, departure frequency 118.5, squawk 4234, advise when ready to taxi. Pilot: Cherokee 8121K...
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