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ATC332 Test 3 Study Guide (references given refer to FAAO7110.65W) Para 4-3-2b2 and 4-3-2e1(a)-(b) Air Force One procedures, clearance limit and altitude – 9,000 AGL or higher : if unable then the highest altitude below 9,000 AGL Para 4-3-2c1 (a)-(c) Specifying initial heading or turn after takeoff at airports with and without ATC Service: NO ATC - you give them a way to get on runway and to IFR altitude . ATC Fly heading or make turn after departure “FLY RUNWAY HEADING” or “TURN LEFT/RIGHT” or “DEPART (direction or runway)” Departure Procedures ppt, Slides 19-21. What would you expect an aircraft to do if they experience 2-way radio failure and are in VFR conditions? VFR- The pilot shall continue the flight under VFR conditions and land as soon as practicable. IFR conditions? The pilot shall continue the flight at the highest of the following altitudes or flight levels for the route segment being flown: last altitude/flight level given for the ATC, minimum IFR operations, Para 4-3-4a2 When issuing a clearance void time, what else must you issue? Give
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