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Flight Crew Training: Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) and Line-Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) Appendix A Page 13 13) Tower 120.1 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", contact departure control frequency 125.05." 14) Departure control 125.05 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", radar contact, continue heading 080, vectors to Baltimore, climb to and maintain 6 000 ft, receiving Baltimore cleared direct." 15) Departure control 125.05 (Approximately 20 miles west of Baltimore VOR) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", contact Washington Centre on 133.9." 16) Washington Centre 133.9 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", radar contact, maintain 17 000 ft and cleared via flight plan route." 17) Atlanta flight support 131.25 Receive airborne message. 18) Washington Centre 133.9 (Approximately 41 miles west of Sea Isle) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", contact Washington Centre on 127.7." 19) Washington Centre 127.7 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", radar contact, maintain 17 000 ft." 20) ARVL ATIS 115.4" “This is Kennedy International Airport information WHISKEY. Sky condition 800 overcast, visibility 1 and 1/4 mile in snow. Temperature 29, dew point 27, wind 310 at 3 knots, altimeter 29.75. Arrivals expect VOR/DME approach runway 22L. Notice to airmen, ILS 22L out of service. Departures expect runway 22R. Inform New York approach control on initial contact that you have received Kennedy arrival information WHISKEY." 21) SIM setup JFK runway 22L (# ), ceiling 800 ft, cloud tops 6 000 ft, visibility 8 000 RVR, temperature 29F (-6C), altimeter 29.75 Hg (1 007.5 mb), wind 210/04. 22) Washington Centre 127.7 (10 miles southeast of Atlantic City) Clipper 594 "Heavy", radar contact lost due to Centre computer failure. We have a routing change for you when ready to copy” “Clearance limit is the "ZIGGI" intersection. Proceed direct Atlantic City. Depart Atlantic City on V-184 to "ZIGGI" intersection. Expect possible hold at "ZIGGI". Slow to 250 kt, then descend to 8,000 ft. The Atlantic City altimeter is 29.69. Read back.” 23) Washington Centre 127.7 (5 miles northeast of Atlantic City) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", contact New York Centre on 128.3." 24) New York Centre 128.3 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", radar contact, maintain 8 000 ft, cleared V-184 "ZIGGI" direct JFK." 25) Problem (10 miles northeast of Atlantic City on V-184) Insert Problem 2 or 3 or 4 26) New York Centre 128.3 (Approaching "ZIGGI" intersection) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", contact New York approach control on frequency 127.4." 27) New York approach control 127.4 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", depart "ZIGGI" heading 040, vectors for the VOR final approach course runway 22 left. Descend to 7 000 ft, Kennedy altimeter is 29.75 Hg (1 007.5 mb)." Provide vectors for the approach. 1 August 2002
CAP 720 Flight Crew Training: Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) and Line-Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) Appendix A Page 14 28) PANOPS 131.37 (Receive in-range message) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", you can expect gate number 3, enter via taxiway KILO." Provide assistance as requested. 29) New York approach control 127.4 (on final vector) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", cleared for the approach, contact Kennedy tower on frequency 119.1." 30) Kennedy tower 119.1 "Clipper 594 "Heavy", wind 210/04 knots, cleared to land on runway 22 left." 31) Kennedy tower 119.1 (During rollout) "Clipper 594 "Heavy", turn right first available taxiway, hold short of runway 22 right, remain this frequency." 32) PANOPS 131.37 Provide assistance as requested.

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