The purpose of this lesson is to develop the pilot-in-training’s ability to use proper radio phraseology and procedures at uncontrolled and controlled airports, with Air Traffic Control and Flight Service.
Preparation for Trip to Oshkosh
You are planning a trip to Oshkosh for AirVenture, but your airplane’s GPS has been acting strangely, and its oxygen canister is empty. Your aircraft is based at Placerville (KPVF). You are going to fly a three-legged round-robin cross-country flight, first to Columbia (O22) to have the GPS repaired, and then to Sacramento Executive Airport to have the oxygen tank refilled by Executive Autopilots.
|Describe||FAA Radar Systems|
|Describe||VFR Radar Services|
|Describe||Automatic Terminal Information Services (ATIS)|
|Describe||VHF Communication Equipment|
|Describe||Using the Radio|
|Describe||Coordinated Universal Time|
|Describe||Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF)|
|Describe||ATC Facilities at Controlled Airports|
|Describe||Lost Communication Procedures|
|Describe||Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs)|
|Describe||Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM)|
|Describe||Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs)|