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On occasions IFR aircraft do not complete the instrument approach procedure but request permission to make a visual approach. 75 General Operating Procedures Normally a holding procedure is published. However, the pilot may require a detailed description of a specific holding procedure. Centrair 4418 hold at Axilby FL 60 expect onward clearance at time 34 Hold at Axilby FL 60, request holding procedure Centrair 4418 Centrair 4418 hold at Axilby FL 60 inbound track 055 degrees turns right outbound time 1 minute It should be noted that the above information is passed in the following order and is for holds other than VOR/DME: (a) Fix.

Centrair 4418 request low approach for training Centrair 4418 cleared low approach runway 19 surface wind 150 6 not below 400 feet above threshold Cleared low approach runway 19 not below 400 feet above threshold elevation Wilco Centrair 4418 FISOs will use different phraseology to indicate that there is nothing to prevent an aircraft from landing. Saltford Information G-PPSC final runway 19 G-PPSC Saltford Information land at your discretion surface wind 150 6 Alternatively, if the runway is obstructed, or there are other aircraft ahead on final, FISOs will use: G-PPSC final runway 19 G-PPSC Saltford Information, the runway is obstructed with a taxiing aircraft or Chapter 2 Page 15 © G LONGHURST 1999 All Rights Reserved Worldwide General Operating Procedures G-PPSC Saltford Information, 2 aircraft ahead on final G-PPSC IFR Arrivals Aircraft flying within controlled airspace will normally receive descent clearance to the clearance limit from the ACC prior to transfer to an approach control unit.

B) Right (or left, or nose) wheel appears up (or down). (c) Wheels appear up. © G LONGHURST 1999 All Rights Reserved Worldwide General Operating Procedures (d) Right (or left, or nose) wheel does not appear up (or down). For training purposes, a pilot may request permission to make an approach along, or parallel to the runway, without landing. Centrair 4418 request low approach for training Centrair 4418 cleared low approach runway 19 surface wind 150 6 not below 400 feet above threshold Cleared low approach runway 19 not below 400 feet above threshold elevation Wilco Centrair 4418 FISOs will use different phraseology to indicate that there is nothing to prevent an aircraft from landing.

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