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CH5 RADAR 1.General
ATC JO 7110.65Z 5-1-(1-9), *5-1-7 skipped
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Term
5−1−1. PRESENTATION AND EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

Provide radar services only if ________________.
Definition
5−1−1. PRESENTATION AND EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

If you are personally satisfied that the radar presentation and equipment performance is adequate for the service being provided then you may ______________________.
Term
5−1−1. PRESENTATION AND EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

Notify the __________ of any radar malfunctions or unexpected outages. Advise adjacent facilities when appropriate.
Definition
5−1−1. PRESENTATION AND EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE

Notify the OS/CIC of any radar malfunctions or unexpected outages. Advise ___________ when appropriate.

*OS/CIC (Operations Supervisor/Controller-in-Charge)
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Secondary radar may be used as the __________ as follows:

1. In Class A airspace.

2. Outside Class A airspace, or where mix of Class A airspace/non−Class A airspace exists, only when:
(a)Additional coverage is provided by secondary radar beyond that of the primary radar
(b)The primary radar is temporarily unusable or out of service. Advise pilots when these conditions exist,
(c) A secondary radar system is the only source of radar data for the area of service. TERMINAL. Advise pilots when these conditions exist.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Secondary radar may be used as the sole display source as follows:

1. _____________________

2. Outside Class A airspace, or where mix of Class A airspace/non−Class A airspace exists, only when:
(a)Additional coverage is provided by secondary radar beyond that of the primary radar
(b)The primary radar is temporarily unusable or out of service. Advise pilots when these conditions exist,
(c) A secondary radar system is the only source of radar data for the area of service. TERMINAL. Advise pilots when these conditions exist.
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Secondary radar may be used as the sole display
source as follows:

1. In Class A airspace.

2. __________________________________________ only when:
(a)Additional coverage is provided by secondary radar beyond that of the primary radar
(b)The primary radar is temporarily unusable or out of service. Advise pilots when these conditions exist,
(c) A secondary radar system is the only source of radar data for the area of service. TERMINAL. Advise pilots when these conditions exist.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Secondary radar may be used as the sole display source as follows:

1. In Class A airspace.

2. Outside Class A airspace, or where mix of Class A airspace/non−Class A airspace exists, only when:
(a)_______________________________
(b)The primary radar is temporarily unusable or out of service. Advise pilots when these conditions exist,
(c) A secondary radar system is the only source of radar data for the area of service. TERMINAL. Advise pilots when these conditions exist.
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Secondary radar may be used as the sole display
source as follows:

1. In Class A airspace.

2. Outside Class A airspace, or where mix of Class A airspace/non−Class A airspace exists, only when:
(a)Additional coverage is provided by secondary radar beyond that of the primary radar
(b)____________________________________
(c) A secondary radar system is the only source of radar data for the area of service. TERMINAL. Advise pilots when these conditions exist.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Secondary radar may be used as the sole display source as follows:

1. In Class A airspace.

2. Outside Class A airspace, or where mix of Class A airspace/non−Class A airspace exists, only when:
(a)Additional coverage is provided by secondary radar beyond that of the primary radar
(b)The primary radar is temporarily unusable or out of service. Advise pilots when these conditions exist,
(c) ___________________________________
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

A secondary radar bay be used as the sole display if it is the only source of radar for the service area.

Advise pilots when these conditions exists.

However, advisory may be omitted when _______________.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

A secondary radar bay be used as the sole display if it is the only source of radar for the service area. Advisory may be omitted when

provided on ATIS or by other appropriate notice to pilots.

Otherwise, you must ____________________.
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Do not use secondary radar only to ________________________ unless an emergency

exists and the pilot concurs.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Do not use secondary radar only to conduct surveillance (ASR) final approaches

unless _______________________.
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

All procedures and requirements relating to ATC services using

secondary

radar targets apply to ATC services provided to targets derived from _______________.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

All procedures and requirements relating to ATC services using ____________ radar targets apply to ATC services provided to targets derived from

ADS-B and WAM.


*Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) is used as an ATC surveillance system. It is classified as a cooperative independent surveillance system; the aircraft has to cooperate (i.e. an active transponder) but position is determined independent from data sent from the aircraft (unlike e.g. ADS-B).

*Equivalent airspeed (EAS) is defined as the speed at sea level, under ISA conditions, that would produce the same incompressible dynamic pressure that is produced at the true airspeed and the altitude at which the vehicle is flying.
Term
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Targets derived from WAM cannot be used to provide ___ NM separation in the EAS. ___ NM targets are not derived from WAM within the EAS.

*Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) is used as an ATC surveillance system. Like Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) it is classified as a cooperative independent surveillance system; the aircraft has to cooperate (i.e. an active transponder) but position is determined independent from data sent from the aircraft (unlike e.g. ADS-B).

*Equivalent airspeed (EAS) is defined as the speed at sea level, under ISA conditions, that would produce the same incompressible dynamic pressure that is produced at the true airspeed and the altitude at which the vehicle is flying.
Definition
5−1−2. ATC SURVEILLANCE SOURCE USE

Targets derived from WAM cannot be used to provide 3 NM separation in the _____. 3 NM targets are not derived from WAM within the EAS.
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

To whom do you refer all EA activity requests?
Definition
the appropriate center supervisor
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

EA activity can subsequently result in a request to apply EA videos to the radar system which may necessitate the ________________. The

Systems Engineer

should be consulted concerning the effect of EA on the operational use of the narrowband radar prior to approving/disapproving requests to conduct EA activity.
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

EA activity can subsequently result in a request to apply EA videos to the radar system which may necessitate the

decertification of the narrowband search radar.

The __________ should be consulted concerning the effect of EA on the operational use of the narrowband radar prior to approving/disapproving requests to conduct EA activity.
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

EA activity can subsequently result in a request to ______________ which may necessitate the decertification of the narrowband search radar. The Systems Engineer should be consulted concerning the effect of EA on the operational use of the narrowband radar prior to

approving/disapproving requests to conduct EA activity.
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

EA activity can subsequently result in a request to

apply EA videos to the radar system

which may necessitate the decertification of the narrowband search radar. The Systems Engineer should be consulted concerning the effect of EA on the operational use of the narrowband radar prior to __________________________.
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

When EA activity interferes with the operational use of radar, request ____________________. If immediate cessation of the activity is required,

broadcast the request directly to the EA aircraft

on the emergency frequency. Notify the ARTCC of direct broadcast as soon as possible.
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

When EA activity interferes with the operational use of radar, request

suspension of the activity through the ARTCC.

If immediate cessation of the activity is required, __________________ on the emergency frequency. Notify the ARTCC of direct broadcast as soon as possible.
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

If immediate cessation of an EA activity is required, broadcast the request directly to the EA aircraft on the ______________. Notify

the ARTCC

of direct broadcast as soon as possible.
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

If immediate cessation of an EA activity is required, broadcast the request directly to the EA aircraft on the

emergency frequency.

Notify ___________ of direct broadcast as soon as possible.
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

When EA activity has previously been suspended and will no longer interfere, inform _____________or_______________.
Obtain approval from the ARTCC prior to

broadcasting a resume clearance directly to the aircraft.
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

When EA activity has previously been suspended and will no longer interfere, inform

the ARTCC or aircraft that it may be resumed.

Obtain approval from the ARTCC prior to __________________________.
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

In each stop request of EA activity, include the following information:

- _________________
- type of EA activity
- radar band affected
- expected duration of suspension
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

In each stop request of EA activity, include the following information:

- your facility name
- __________________
- radar band affected
- expected duration of suspension
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

In each stop request of EA activity, include the following information:

- your facility name
- type of EA activity
- ___________________
- expected duration of suspension
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

In each stop request of EA activity, include the following information:

- your facility name
- type of EA activity
- radar band affected
- ______________________
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY


What is the term used for

chaff dispensing?
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY


"stream/burst"

are the terms used to indicate what type of EA activity?
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY


What is the term used for

electronic jamming?
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY


"buzzer"

are the terms used to indicate what type of EA activity?
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

What is the phraseology to

request suspension of EA Activity?
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

"BIG PHOTO (identification, if known) (name) CENTER/TOWER/APPROACH CONTROL.

STOP STREAM/BURST IN AREA (area name) (degree and distance from facility), or

STOP BUZZER ON (frequency band or channel)."

is the phraseology used to do what?
Term
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

What is the phraseology to

resume EA Activity?
Definition
5−1−3. ELECTRONIC ATTACK (EA) ACTIVITY

"RESUME STREAM/BURST, or
RESUME BUZZER ON (frequency band or channel)"

is the phraseology to do what?
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

Except while aircraft are ________________, apply merging target procedures to all radar identified:

1. Aircraft at 10,000 feet and above

2. Turbojet aircraft regardless of altitude
3. Presidential aircraft regardless of altitude.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

Except while aircraft are

established in a holding pattern,

apply merging target procedures to all radar identified:
1. _________________________
2. Turbojet aircraft regardless of altitude
3. Presidential aircraft regardless of altitude.
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

Except while they are established in a holding pattern, apply merging target procedures to all radar identified:

1. Aircraft at 10,000 feet and above
2. _______________________________
3. Presidential aircraft regardless of altitude.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

Except while they are established in a holding pattern, apply merging target procedures to all radar identified:

1. Aircraft at 10,000 feet and above
2. Turbojet aircraft regardless of altitude
3. _________________________________
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

Except while they are established in a

holding pattern,

apply merging target procedures to all radar identified aircraft at 10,000 feet and above, turbojet aircraft, and presidential aircraft. Issue traffic information to aircraft whose targets appear likely to merge unless the aircraft are __________________________.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

Except while they are established in a _____________, apply merging target procedures to all radar identified aircraft at 10,000 feet and above, turbojet aircraft, and presidential aircraft. Issue traffic information to aircraft whose targets appear likely to merge unless the aircraft are

separated by more than the appropriate vertical separation minima.
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

When two aircraft in RVSM airspace are vertically separated by 1,000 feet, and either pilot reports they are unable to maintain RVSM due to turbulence or mountain wave, _______________________.

*RVSM stands for Reduced Vertical Separation Minima. Basically, aircraft above a certain altitude used to be kept further apart from each other vertically since the accuracy of the pressure altimeters degrades with altitude.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

When two aircraft in _______ airspace are vertically separated by 1,000 feet, and either pilot reports they are unable to maintain ______ due to turbulence or mountain wave,

vector either aircraft to avoid merging with the target of the other aircraft.
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

When two aircraft in RVSM airspace are vertically separated by 1,000 feet and either pilot reports they are unable to __________________ due to

turbulence or mountain waive,

vector either aircraft to avoid merging with the target of the other aircraft.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

When two aircraft in RVSM airspace are vertically separated by 1,000 feet and either pilot reports they are unable to

maintain RVSM

due to _____________________, vector either aircraft to avoid merging with the target of the other aircraft.
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

The phraseology “Unable RVSM due turbulence (or mountain wave)” is only intended for ______ turbulence or other weather encounters with altitude deviations of approximately

200

feet or more.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

The phraseology “Unable RVSM due turbulence (or mountain wave)” is only intended for

severe

turbulence or other weather encounters with altitude deviations of approximately _____feet or more.
Term
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

If the pilot requests, vector his/her aircraft to avoid merging with the target of __________ traffic. Aircraft closure rates are so rapid that when applying merging target procedures, controller issuance of traffic must be

commenced in ample time

for the pilot to decide if a vector is necessary.
Definition
5−1−4. MERGING TARGET PROCEDURES

If the pilot requests, vector his/her aircraft to avoid merging with the target of

previously issued traffic.

Aircraft closure rates are so rapid that when applying merging target procedures, controller issuance of traffic must be _______________ for the pilot to decide if a vector is necessary.
Term
5−1−5. HOLDING PATTERN SURVEILLANCE

Provide

radar surveillance

of _________ holding pattern airspace areas, or any portions thereof, shown on your radar scope (displayed on the video map or scribed on the map overlay) whenever aircraft are holding there. Attempt to detect any aircraft that stray outside the area. If you detect an aircraft straying outside the area, assist it to return to the assigned airspace.
Definition
5−1−5. HOLDING PATTERN SURVEILLANCE

Provide __________________ of

outer fix

holding pattern airspace areas, or any portions thereof, shown on your radar scope (displayed on the video map or scribed on the map overlay) whenever aircraft are holding there. Attempt to detect any aircraft that stray outside the area. If you detect an aircraft straying outside the area, assist it to return to the assigned airspace.
Term
5−1−5. HOLDING PATTERN SURVEILLANCE

Provide radar surveillance of outer fix holding pattern airspace areas, or any portions thereof, shown on your radar scope (displayed on the video map or scribed on the map overlay) whenever aircraft are holding there. Attempt to detect any aircraft that __________________. If you detect an aircraft that ______________,

assist it to return to the assigned airspace.
Definition
5−1−5. HOLDING PATTERN SURVEILLANCE

Provide radar surveillance of outer fix holding pattern airspace areas, or any portions thereof, shown on your radar scope (displayed on the video map or scribed on the map overlay) whenever aircraft are holding there. Attempt to detect any aircraft that

stray outside the area. If you detect an aircraft straying outside the area,

____________________________.
Term
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

If an aircraft is

observed in a position and on a track which will obviously cause the aircraft to deviate from its protected airspace area, __________________________.
Definition
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

If an aircraft is ___________________________,

help the aircraft to return to the assigned protected airspace.
Term
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

RNAV ATS routes have a width of ___ miles and laterally protected airspace of

4

miles on each side of the route centerline
Definition
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

RNAV ATS routes have a width of

8

miles and laterally protected airspace of __ miles on each side of the route centerline
Term
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

Navigation system performance requirements for operations on _______ routes require the aircraft system be capable of remaining within

2

miles of the route centerline. Aircraft approaching this limit may be experiencing a navigation system error or failure.
Definition
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

Navigation system performance requirements for operations on

RNAV ATS

routes require the aircraft system be capable of remaining within ___ miles of the route centerline. Aircraft approaching this limit may be experiencing a navigation system error or failure.
Term
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

Navigation system performance requirements for operations on RNAV ATS routes require the aircraft system be capable of remaining within 2 miles of the ____________. Aircraft approaching this limit may be experiencing a

navigation system error or failure.
Definition
5−1−6. DEVIATION ADVISORIES

Navigation system performance requirements for operations on RNAV ATS routes require the aircraft system be capable of remaining within 2 miles of the

route centerline.

Aircraft approaching this limit may be experiencing a ________________________.
Term
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

If necessary, you may request an aircraft to provide a(n) _____________ over a

specific fix.
Definition
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

If necessary, you may request an aircraft to provide an

estimate or report

over a ________________.
Term
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

After an aircraft receives the statement “_______________” from ATC, it

discontinues reporting over compulsory reporting points.
Definition
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

After an aircraft receives the statement

“radar contact”

from ATC, it ____________________.
Term
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

Aircraft resume

normal position reporting

when ATC informs it “_____________” or “_____________.”
Definition
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

Aircraft resume _____________ when ATC informs it

“radar contact lost” or “radar service terminated.”
Term
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

When required, inform an aircraft of its _______ with respect to a

fix or airway.
Definition
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

When required, inform an aircraft of its

position

with respect to a ____________.
Term
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

The following phraseology is used to inform an aircraft of its position with respect to a fix or airway:

"____________________."

"(Number of miles) MILES FROM (fix)."

"(Number of miles) MILES (direction) OF (fix, airway, or location)."

"CROSSING/JOINING/DEPARTING (airway or route).
INTERCEPTING/CROSSING (name of NAVAID)
(specified) RADIAL."
Definition
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

The following phraseology is used to inform an aircraft of its position with respect to a fix or airway:

"OVER/PASSING (fix)."

"______________________."

"(Number of miles) MILES (direction) OF (fix, airway, or location)."

"CROSSING/JOINING/DEPARTING (airway or route).
INTERCEPTING/CROSSING (name of NAVAID)
(specified) RADIAL."
Term
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

The following phraseology is used to inform an aircraft of its position with respect to a fix or airway

"OVER/PASSING (fix)."

"(Number of miles) MILES FROM (fix)."

"_____________________________"

"CROSSING/JOINING/DEPARTING (airway or route).
INTERCEPTING/CROSSING (name of NAVAID)
(specified) RADIAL."
Definition
5−1−8. POSITION REPORTING

The following phraseology is used to inform an aircraft of its position with respect to a fix or airway

"OVER/PASSING (fix).

"(Number of miles) MILES FROM (fix)."

"(Number of miles) MILES (direction) OF (fix, airway, or location)."

"_________________________"
Term
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

"RADAR SERVICE TERMINATED" (______________ if required).

is the phraseology used to inform an aircraft when radar service has been terminated.
Definition
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

"_________________" (nonradar routing if required).

is the phraseology used to inform an aircraft when radar service has been terminated.
Term
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is

automatically

terminated and the aircraft needs __________________ when:
1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.
2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.
3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.
5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
Definition
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is __________ terminated and the aircraft needs

not be advised of termination

when:
1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.
2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.
3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.
5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
Term
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:
1. ____________________________

2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.

3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.
5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
Definition
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:

1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.

2. ___________________________________
3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.
5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
Term
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:
1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.
2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.
3. ________________________________

4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.

5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
Definition
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:
1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.
2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.

3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.

4. ___________________________________.
5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
Term
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:
1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within

Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.


2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.
3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency
5. _________________________________
Definition
5−1−9. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:
1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within _____________________.
2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.
3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within _________________________ has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.

5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
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