U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Air Traffic Organization Policy

ORDER
JO 7110.65V
Effective Date:
April 3, 2014
 
     
Subject:  Air Traffic Control
 

 

Index

[References are to page numbers]

 

A

Abbreviated Departure Clearance, 4-3-3

Abbreviated Transmissions, 2-4-2

Abbreviations, 1-2-3

Additional Separation for Formation Flights, 5-5-5

Adjacent Airspace, 5-5-5

Adjusted Minimum Flight Level, 4-5-2

Advance Descent Clearance, 4-7-1

Aerial Refueling, 9-2-6

Air Defense Exercise Beacon Code Assignment, 5-2-4

Air Traffic Service (ATS) Routes, 2-5-1

Air Traffic Services Interfacility Data Communications (AIDC), 8-2-1

Airborne Military Flights, 2-2-4

Aircraft Bomb Threats, 10-2-4

Aircraft Carrying Dangerous Materials, 9-2-1

Aircraft Equipment Suffix (Strips), 2-3-10

Aircraft Identification, 2-4-8

Aircraft Identity (Strips), 2-3-9

Aircraft Information (Experimental), Appendix C-1

Aircraft Information (Helicopters), Appendix B-1

Aircraft Information (Homebuilt), Appendix C-1

Aircraft Information (Rotorcraft), Appendix B-1

Aircraft Orientation, 10-2-1

Aircraft Position Plots, 10-3-2

Aircraft Type (Strips), 2-3-10

Aircraft Types, 2-4-11

Airport Conditions, 3-3-1, 4-7-5

Airport Ground Emergency, 10-1-2

Airport Lighting, 3-4-1

Airport Surface Detection Procedures, 3-6-1

Radar-Only Mode, 3-6-2

Airspace Classes, 2-4-11

AIT, 5-4-5

Alignment Accuracy Check (Radar), 5-1-1

ALNOT, 10-3-2

ALNOT Cancellation, 10-3-2

ALS Intensity Settings, 3-4-2

ALSF-2/SSALR, 3-4-3

Alternative Routes, 4-4-3

Altimeter Setting (Oceanic), 8-1-1

Altimeter Settings, 2-7-1

Altitude Amendments, 4-2-1

Altitude and Distance Limitations, 4-1-1

Altitude Assignment and Verification, 4-5-1

Altitude Assignment for Military High Altitude Instrument Approaches, 4-8-6

Altitude Confirmation - Mode C, 5-2-7

Altitude Confirmation - Non-Mode C, 5-2-7

Altitude Confirmation - Nonradar, 4-5-7

Altitude Filters (Beacon), 5-2-9

Altitude for Direction of Flight (IFR), 4-5-1

Altitude for Direction of Flight (OTP), 7-3-2

Altitude Instructions, 4-5-3

Altitude Restricted Low Approach, 3-10-8

ALTRV Clearance, 4-2-3

ALTRV Information, 2-2-2

Annotations, 1-2-3

Anticipated Altitude Changes, 4-5-7

Anticipating Separation (ATCT - Arrival), 3-10-7

Anticipating Separation (ATCT - Departure), 3-9-4

Approach Clearance Information, 4-8-7

Approach Clearance Procedures, 4-8-1

Approach Control Service for VFR Arriving Aircraft, 7-1-1

Approach Information (Arrivals), 4-7-4

Approach Lights, 3-4-2

Approach Separation Responsibility, 5-9-5

Approaches to Multiple Runways (Visual), 7-4-2

Arctic CTA, 8-10-1

Arresting System Operations, 3-3-3

Arrival Information, 4-7-3

Arrival Information by Approach Control Facilities, 4-7-5

Arrival Instructions (Radar), 5-9-2

Arrival Procedures, 4-7-1

Arrival Procedures and Separation (ATCT), 3-10-1

Arrivals on Parallel or Nonintersecting Diverging Runways (Radar), 5-8-3

ARTS, 5-15-1

ATC Assigned Airspace, 9-3-1

ATC Service, 2-1-1

ATIS Application, 2-9-1

ATIS Content, 2-9-2

ATIS Procedures, 2-9-1

Authorized Interruptions, 2-4-1

Authorized Relays, 2-4-2

Authorized Transmissions, 2-4-1

Automated Information Transfer, 5-4-5

Automated Radar Terminal Systems - Terminal, 5-15-1

Automatic Altitude Reporting, 5-2-8

Automation - En Route, 5-14-1

Avoidance of Areas of Nuclear Radiation, 9-2-8

AWACS Special Flights, 9-2-9

B

Balloons, Unmanned Free, 9-6-1

Beacon Code for Pressure Suit Flights and Flights Above FL 600, 5-2-4

Beacon Code Monitor, 5-2-5

Beacon Identification Methods, 5-3-1

Beacon Range Accuracy, 5-1-2

Beacon Systems, 5-2-1

Beacon Target Displacement, 5-5-6

Beacon Termination, 5-2-8

Below Minima Report by Pilot, 4-7-4

Braking Action, 3-3-2

Braking Action Advisories, 3-3-2

C

Calm Wind Conditions, 2-6-4

Canadian Airspace Procedures, 12-1-1

Cancellation of Takeoff Clearance, 3-9-10

Caribbean ICAO Region, 8-8-1

Celestial Navigation Training, 9-2-1

Charted Visual Flight Procedures, 7-4-3

Circling Approach, 4-8-6

Class A Airspace Restrictions, 7-1-1

Class B Separation, 7-9-2

Class B Service Area (Terminal), 7-9-1

Class C Separation, 7-8-1

Class C Service (Terminal), 7-8-1

Clearance Beyond Fix, 4-6-2

Clearance Delivery Instructions, 4-2-1

Clearance for Visual Approach, 7-4-1

Clearance Information (Arrivals), 4-7-1

Clearance Items, 4-2-1

Clearance Items (Airfile), 4-2-3

Clearance Limit, 4-8-6

Clearance Prefix, 4-2-1

Clearance Relay, 4-2-1

Clearance Status (Strips), 2-3-10

Clearance to Holding Fix, 4-6-1

Clearance Void Times, 4-3-5

Closed Runway Information, 3-3-1

Closed Traffic, 3-10-9

Coast Tracks, 5-14-2

Communications Failure, 10-4-1

Communications Release (Approaches), 4-8-7

Composite Separation Minima (Oceanic), 8-9-2

Computer Entry of Assigned Altitude, 5-14-2

Computer Message Verification, 2-2-2

Conflict Alert (Host), 5-14-1

Conflict Alert/Mode C Intruder (MCI) (ARTS), 5-15-2

Constraints Governing Supplements and Procedural Deviations, 1-1-2

Contact Approach, 7-4-3

Control Estimates, 8-1-1

Control Symbology (Strip), 2-3-12

Control Transfer, 2-1-7

Controller Initiated Coast Tracks, 5-14-2

Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC), 2-4-4, 4-5-4, 13-2-3

Coordinate Use of Airspace, 2-1-7

Coordination Between Local and Ground Controllers, 3-1-2

Coordination with Receiving Facility (Departures), 4-3-7

Course Definitions, 1-2-2

Crossing Altitude, 4-1-2

CVFP, 7-4-3

D

Decision Support Tools, 13-1-1

Degree - Distance Route Definition for Military Operations, 4-4-2

Delay Sequencing (Departures), 4-3-7

Department of Energy Special Flights, 9-2-1

Departure and Arrival (Radar Separation), 5-8-3

Departure Clearances, 4-3-1

Departure Control Instructions (ATCT), 3-9-2

Departure Delay Information (ATCT), 3-9-1

Departure Information (ATCT), 3-9-1

Departure Procedures, 4-3-1

Departure Procedures and Separation (ATCT), 3-9-1

Departure Restrictions, 4-3-5

Departure Terminology, 4-3-1

Departures on Parallel or Nonintersecting Diverging Runways (Radar), 5-8-3

Deviation Advisories (Protected Airspace), 5-1-4

Discrete Environment (Beacon), 5-2-1

Disseminating Weather Information, 2-6-4

DOE, 9-2-1

Duty Priority, 2-1-1

E

E-MSAW, 5-14-1

Edge of Scope, 5-5-6

Electronic Attack (EA) Activity, 5-1-2

Electronic Cursor, 5-1-3

ELP Operations, 3-10-10

ELT, 10-2-3

Emergencies, 10-1-1

Emergencies Involving Military Fighter-Type Aircraft, 10-1-2

Emergency Airport Recommendation, 10-2-6

Emergency Assistance, 10-2-1

Emergency Code Assignment, 5-2-3

Emergency Control Actions, 10-4-1

Emergency Landing Pattern (ELP) Operations, 3-10-10

Emergency Lighting, 3-4-1

Emergency Locator Transmitter Signals, 10-2-3

Emergency Obstruction Video Map, 10-2-6

Emergency Procedures (Oceanic), 10-6-1

Emergency Situations, 10-2-1

Emphasis for Clarity, 2-4-4

En Route Data Entries (Strips), 2-3-3

En Route Fourth Line Data Block Usage, 5-4-6

En Route Minimum Safe Altitude Warning, 5-14-1

En Route Sector Team Responsibilities, 2-10-1

Entry of Reported Altitude, 5-14-2

EOVM, 10-2-6

Equipment on Runways, 3-1-2

Establishing Two-Way Communications (Class D), 3-1-6

Evasive Action Maneuvers, 9-2-9

Expeditious Compliance, 2-1-3

Experimental Aircraft Operations, 9-2-2

Explosive Cargo, 10-5-1

Explosive Detection K-9 Teams, 10-2-5

F

FAA Research and Development Flights, 9-2-2

Facility Identification, 2-4-8

Failed Transponder in Class A Airspace, 5-2-6

Failure to Display Assigned Beacon Code, 5-2-5

False or Deceptive Communications, 2-4-1

Far Field Monitor (FFM) Remote Status Unit, 3-3-4

Final Approach Course Interception, 5-9-1

Final Approach Obstacle Clearance Surfaces (OCS), 3-7-5

Fix Use, 4-1-2

Flight Check Aircraft, 9-1-1

Flight Direction Exceptions, 4-5-1

Flight Plans and Control Information, 2-2-1

Flight Progress Strips, 2-3-1

FLYNET, 9-2-2

Formation Flight Additional Separation, 5-5-5

Formation Flights, 2-1-6

Forward Departure Delay Information, 4-3-7

Forwarding Amended and UTM Data, 2-2-3

Forwarding Approach Information by Nonapproach Control Facilities, 3-10-1

Forwarding Departure Times, 4-3-7

Forwarding Flight Plan Data Between U.S. ARTCCs and Canadian ACCs, 2-2-4

Forwarding Information, 2-2-1

Forwarding VFR Data, 2-2-1

Fuel Dumping, 9-4-1

Function Code Assignments, 5-2-2

G

GPA 102/103 Correction Factor, 5-5-6

Ground Missile Emergencies, 10-7-1

Ground Operations, 3-7-4

Ground Operations When Volcanic Ash is Present, 3-1-6

Ground Stop, 4-3-7

Ground Traffic Movement, 3-7-1

H

Helicopter Arrival Separation, 3-11-3

Helicopter Departure Separation, 3-11-2

Helicopter Landing Clearance, 3-11-4

Helicopter Operations, 3-11-1

Helicopter Takeoff Clearance, 3-11-1

High Intensity Runway Lights, 3-4-4

High Speed Turnoff Lights, 3-4-5

Hijacked Aircraft, 10-2-2

HIRL, 3-4-4

HIRL Associated with MALSR, 3-4-4

HIRL Changes Affecting RVR, 3-4-4

HIWAS, 2-6-1

Hold for Release, 4-3-5

Holding Aircraft, 4-6-1

Holding Delays, 4-6-2

Holding Flight Path Deviation, 4-6-3

Holding Instructions, 4-6-3

Holding Pattern Surveillance, 5-1-4

Holding Points (Visual), 4-6-3

I

ICAO Phonetics, 2-4-5

IFR - VFR Flights, 4-2-3

IFR Flight Progress Data, 2-2-1

IFR to VFR Flight Plan Change, 2-2-1

ILS Protection/Critical Areas (Holding), 4-6-3

Inflight Deviations from Transponder/Mode C Requirements Between 10,000 Feet and 18,000 Feet, 5-2-8

Inflight Equipment Malfunctions, 2-1-4

Inhibiting Low Altitude Alert System (TPX-42), 5-16-1

Inhibiting Minimum Safe Altitude Warning (ARTS), 5-15-2

Initial Heading, 5-8-1

Inoperative Interrogator, 5-2-6

Inoperative/Malfunctioning Transponder, 5-2-5

Interceptor Operations, 9-2-4

Interfacility Automated Information Transfer, 5-4-5

Interphone Message Format, 2-4-3

Interphone Message Termination, 2-4-4

Interphone Transmission Priorities, 2-4-2

Intersecting Runway Separation (Arrival), 3-10-3

Intersecting Runway Separation (Departure), 3-9-7

J

Jettisoning of External Stores, 9-5-1

K

K-9 Teams, 10-2-5

L

LAAS, 5-16-1

Landing Area Condition, 3-3-1

Landing Clearance, 3-10-6

Landing Clearance Without Visual Observation, 3-10-7

Landing Information (ATCT), 3-10-1

Lateral Separation (Nonradar), 6-5-1

Lateral Separation (Oceanic), 8-4-1

Law Enforcement Operations by Civil and Military Organizations, 9-2-5

Light Signals (ATCT), 3-2-1

Line Up and Wait (LUAW), 3-9-2

Longitudinal Separation (Nonradar), 6-4-1

Longitudinal Separation (Oceanic), 8-3-1

Low Approach, 4-8-8

Low Level Wind Shear/Microburst Advisories, 3-1-3

Lowest Usable Flight Level, 4-5-2

M

Mach Number Technique, 8-3-2

Malfunctioning Interrogator, 5-2-6

MALSR/ODALS, 3-4-2

Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) Alert, 10-2-5

Manual Input of Computer Assigned Beacon Codes, 2-2-2

Medium Intensity Runway Lights, 3-4-4

Merging Target Procedures, 5-1-3

Military DVFR Departures, 2-2-1

Military Operations above FL 600, 9-2-7

Military Procedures, 2-1-6

Military Single Frequency Approaches, 5-10-5

Military Special Use Frequencies, 9-2-8

Military Training Routes, 9-2-2

Minimum En Route Altitudes, 4-5-2

Minimum Fuel, 2-1-4

MIRL, 3-4-4

Missed Approach, 4-8-7

Missed Approach (Radar Approach), 5-10-4

Mixed Environment (Beacon), 5-2-1

Mode C Intruder Alert (Host), 5-14-1

Monitoring Radios, 2-4-1

MSAW, 5-15-2

N

NAVAID Fixes, 2-5-2

NAVAID Malfunctions, 2-1-5

NAVAID Terms, 2-5-1

NAVAID Use Limitations, 4-1-1

Navy Fleet Support Missions, 10-5-1

No-Gyro Approach, 5-10-2

Nondiscrete Environment (Beacon), 5-2-1

Nonradar, 6-1-1

Nonradar Initial Separation of Departing and Arriving Aircraft, 6-3-1

Nonradar Initial Separation of Successive Departing Aircraft, 6-2-1

Nonradar Timed Approaches, 6-7-1

Nonstandard Formation/Cell Operations, 9-2-10

NORAD Special Flights, 9-2-9

North American ICAO Region, 8-10-1

North American Route Program (NRP), 2-2-5

North Atlantic ICAO Region, 8-7-1

Notes, 1-2-2

Number Clarification, 2-4-7

Numbers Usage, 2-4-5

O

Observed Abnormalities, 3-1-5

Obstruction Lights, 3-4-5

Ocean21 ATC System, 13-2-1

Oceanic Coordination, 8-2-1

Oceanic Data Entries, 2-3-5

Oceanic Navigational Error Reporting (ONER) Procedures, 8-1-1

Oceanic Procedures, 8-1-1

Oceanic Separation, 8-1-1

Oceanic Transition Procedures, 8-5-1

Oceanic VFR Flight Plans, 8-1-1

Offshore Procedures, 8-1-1

Offshore Transition Procedures, 8-5-1

Open Skies Treaty Aircraft, 9-2-10

Operational Priority, 2-1-2

Operational Requests, 2-1-9

Overdue Aircraft, 10-3-1

Overhead Maneuver, 3-10-9

P

Pacific ICAO Region, 8-9-1

PAR Approaches - Terminal, 5-12-1

Parachute Operations, 9-7-1

Parallel Dependent ILS/MLS Approaches, 5-9-7

Passing or Diverging, 5-5-4

Personnel on Runways, 3-1-2

Pilot Acknowledgment/Read Back, 2-4-1

PIREP Information, 2-6-1

Point Out, 5-4-4

Position Determination (Airports), 3-1-2

Position Information (Radar), 5-3-2

Position Report (Oceanic), 8-1-1

Position Reporting (Radar), 5-1-4

Position Responsibilities, 2-10-1

Practice Approaches, 4-8-7

Practice Precautionary Approaches, 3-10-10

Prearranged Coordination, 5-4-5

Precision Approach Critical Area, 3-7-4

Precision Approach Path Indicators (PAPI), 3-4-1

Precision Obstacle Free Zone (POFZ), 3-7-5

Preventive Control (Airports), 3-1-1

Primary Radar Identification Methods, 5-3-1

Priority Interruptions, 2-4-2

Procedural Letters of Agreement, 1-1-2

Procedural Preference, 2-1-1

Q

Questionable Identification, 5-3-2

R

Radar Approaches - Terminal, 5-10-1

Radar Arrivals, 5-9-1

Radar Beacon Changes for Military Aircraft, 4-7-2

Radar Beacon Code Changes, 5-2-2

Radar Departures, 5-8-1

Radar Fix Posting, 5-1-4

Radar Identification, 5-3-1

Radar Identification Status, 5-3-2

Radar Presentation and Equipment Performance, 5-1-1

Radar Separation, 5-5-1

Radar Separation Application, 5-5-1

Radar Separation Minima, 5-5-2

Radar Separation Vertical Application, 5-5-4

Radar Service Limitations, 5-1-3

Radar Service Termination, 5-1-4

Radar Use, 5-1-1

Radar-Only Mode, 3-6-2

Radio and Interphone Communications, 2-4-1

Radio Communications, 2-1-7, 2-4-1

Radio Failure (Beacon), 5-2-3

Radio Frequency Changes for Military Aircraft, 4-7-2

Radio Message Format, 2-4-2

Receiver-Only Acknowledgment (ATCT), 3-2-1

Receiving Controller Handoff, 5-4-3

Recording Information, 2-2-1

Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM), 2-1-12

Reduction of Route Protected Airspace (Oceanic), 8-4-3

References, 1-2-3

REIL, 3-4-1

Relayed Approach Clearance, 4-8-6

Release Times, 4-3-5

Reporting Essential Flight Information, 2-1-5

Reporting Weather Conditions, 2-6-4

Responsibility Transfer to RCC, 10-3-2

Rotating Beacon, 3-4-5

Route Amendments, 4-2-1

Route and NAVAID Description, 2-5-1

Route Assignment, 4-4-1

Route Structure Transitions, 4-4-2

Route Use, 4-4-1

Routes in Class G Airspace, 4-4-3

Runway Centerline Lights, 3-4-4

Runway Edge Lights, 3-4-3

Runway End Identifier Lights, 3-4-1

Runway Exiting, 3-10-7

Runway Proximity, 3-7-4

Runway Selection, 3-5-1

RVR/RVV, 2-8-1

RVSM, 2-1-12

S

Safety Alert, 2-1-3

Safety Management System (SMS), 1-1-2

Same Runway Separation (Arrival), 3-10-2

Same Runway Separation (Departure), 3-9-4

SAR, 10-3-1

SAR Information to be Forwarded to ARTCC, 10-3-1

SAR Information to be Forwarded to RCC, 10-3-1

Sea Lane Operations, 3-12-1

Search and Rescue, 10-3-1

Sector Eligibility, 5-14-2

Security Notice (SECNOT), 9-2-5

Selected Altitude Limits, 5-14-2

Separation from Airspace Reservations, 8-6-1

Separation from Obstructions, 5-5-5

Sequence/Spacing Application, 3-8-1

Sequenced Flashing Lights, 3-4-2

SFA, 4-7-1

Side-Step Maneuver, 4-8-7

Simulated Flameout (SFO) Approaches, 3-10-10

Simultaneous Approach and Runway Edge Light Operation, 3-4-4

Simultaneous Departures (Radar), 5-8-1

Simultaneous Independent Dual ILS/MLS Approaches - High Update Radar, 5-9-9

Simultaneous Independent ILS/MLS Approaches - Dual & Triple, 5-9-8

Simultaneous Landings or Takeoffs (Helicopter), 3-11-3

Simultaneous Offset Instrument Approaches (SOIA)- High Update Radar, 5-9-11

Simultaneous Opposite Direction Operation, 3-8-2

Simultaneous Same Direction Operation, 3-8-1

Single Frequency Approaches, 4-7-1

Spacing and Sequencing (ATCT), 3-8-1

Special Flights, 9-1-1

Special Interest Sites, 9-2-4

Special Operations, 9-2-1

Special Use Airspace, 9-3-1

Special VFR, 7-5-1

Specifying Altitude (Approaches), 4-8-6

Speed Adjustment, 5-7-1

Speed Adjustment Minima, 5-7-3

Speed Adjustment Termination, 5-7-3

Standby or Low Sensitivity Operation, 5-2-5

STOL Runways, 3-5-1

Stop-and-Go Low Approach, 3-8-1

Successive Departures (Radar), 5-8-1

Surface Area Restrictions, 3-1-5

Surface Areas, 2-1-7

Surveillance Approaches - Terminal, 5-11-1

SVFR, 7-5-1

Switching ILS/MLS Runways, 4-7-6

T

Tailwind Components, 3-5-1

Takeoff Clearance, 3-9-9

Target Markers, 5-3-3

Target Resolution, 5-5-1

Target Separation, 5-5-1

Taxi and Ground Movement Operations, 3-7-2

Taxi and Ground Movement Procedures, 3-7-1

Taxiway Lights, 3-4-5

Teletype Flight Data Format - U.S. ARTCCs - Canadian ACCs, 2-2-4

Temporary Moving Airspace Reservations, 8-6-1

Temporary Stationary Airspace Reservations, 8-6-1

Terminal Automation Systems Identification Methods, 5-3-2

Terminal Data Entries (Strips), 2-3-6

Terminal Radar Service Area, 7-7-1

Terminal Radar/Nonradar Team Position Responsibilities, 2-10-2

Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) Alerts, 2-1-13

Through Clearances, 4-2-3

Timely Information (ATCT), 3-3-1

Touch-and-Go Approach, 4-8-8

Touch-and-Go Low Approach, 3-8-1

Touchdown Zone Lights, 3-4-4

Tower Team Position Responsibilities, 2-10-4

TPX-42 - Terminal, 5-16-1

Track Separation (Oceanic), 8-4-4

Track Suspend Function (ARTS), 5-15-2

Traffic Advisories, 2-1-10

Traffic Information (Airports), 3-1-2

Traffic Management Procedures, 11-1-1

Transfer of Jurisdiction, 4-7-4

Transfer of Position (SOP), Appendix D-1

Transfer of Radar Identification, 5-4-1

Transfer of Radar Identification - Methods, 5-4-1

Transfer of Radar Identification - Terms, 5-4-1

Transfer of Radar Identification - Traffic, 5-4-2

Transferring Controller Handoff, 5-4-2

Transmit Proposed Flight Plan, 2-2-3

TRSA, 7-7-1

TRSA Separation, 7-7-1

U

Unauthorized Laser Illumination of Aircraft, 2-9-2, 10-2-5

Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) Reports, 9-8-1

Unmanned Free Balloons, 9-6-1

Unmonitored NAVAIDs (Holding), 4-6-3

Unsafe Runway Information, 3-3-1

USAF/USN Undergraduate Pilots (Strips), 2-3-10

Use of Active Runways, 3-1-1

Use of MARSA, 2-1-5

Use of PAR for Approach Monitoring - Terminal, 5-13-1

Use of Tower Radar Displays, 3-1-5

User Request Evaluation Tool (URET), 13-1-1

V

Validation of Mode C Readout, 5-2-6

VASI, 3-4-1

Vectoring, 5-6-1

Vectors Across Final Approach Course, 5-9-2

Vectors Below Minimum Altitude, 5-6-2

Vectors for Visual Approach, 7-4-1

Vectors to Final Approach Course, 5-9-1

Vehicles on Runways, 3-1-2

Vertical Application Exceptions, 5-5-4

Vertical Separation (Nonradar), 6-6-1

Vertical Separation Minima, 4-5-1

VFR - IFR Flights, 4-2-3

VFR Aircraft in Weather Difficulty, 10-2-2

VFR Basic Radar Service (Terminal), 7-6-1

VFR Code Assignments, 5-2-3

VFR Conditions, 7-1-1

VFR Release of IFR Departure, 4-3-7

VFR-on-top, 7-3-1

VFR-on-top (NAVAID Use), 4-1-2

Visual, 7-1-1

Visual Approach Slope Indicators, 3-4-1

Visual Approaches, 7-4-1

Visual Holding of VFR Aircraft, 7-1-1

Visual Signals (ATCT), 3-2-1

Visually Scanning Runways, 3-1-6

Volcanic Ash, 10-2-6

W

Wake Turbulence, 2-1-9

Wake Turbulence Cautionary Advisories, 2-1-9

Wake Turbulence Separation for Intersection Departures, 3-9-6

Warning Signal (ATCT), 3-2-1

Washington, DC, Special Flight Rules Area (DC SFRA), 9-2-4

Weather and Chaff Services, 2-6-2

Weather Deviations, 8-9-4

Weather Deviations in North Atlantic (NAT) Airspace, 8-7-2

Weather Familiarization, 2-6-1

Weather Information, 2-6-1

Weather Information (Arrivals), 4-7-3

Weather Reconnaissance Flights, 9-2-9

Withholding Landing Clearance, 3-10-7

Word Meanings, 1-2-1

Words and Phrases (Communications), 2-4-4

 

 

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