Doc AN/ Manual of. Radiotelephony. Approved by the Secretary General ICAO phraseologies are contained in procedures found in Annex Radiotelephony Manual. CAP Page 2. Page 3. CAP Radiotelephony Manual and ICAO Doc AN/ and not CAP Doc AN Approved by the Secretary General and published (vi) Manual of Radiotelephony Page CHAPTER 5 — Aerodrome control: . ICAO Regional Director, Middle East Office, Egyptian Civil Aviation Complex.
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Most controllers will say ‘Exit runway when able’ or dadiotelephony a specific intersection ‘Exit at Alpha two’, etc. In our uncontrolled airport we just radio to local traffic that we are clear of the active runway.
Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Want to add to the discussion? I’ve never heard the term ‘vacate’ for this, though there’s no reason they cannot do so.
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I am from Brazil. On the radio, though, I usually hear ‘vacate. Please read our FAQs!
Fastair taxi to stand 27 via taxiway alpha And a relevant note from the same document: The moderators have the final say in disputes. I will leave the runway; I will vacate the runway; or I manyal exit the runway? Aug 26 ’16 at 0: Certain questions, such as “how do I become a pilot” and the like have been asked repeatedly in the past. Info and FAQs Self-edit your flair! The FAA Pilot-Controller Glossary doesn’t specifically define either term, but it does use phrase “exit the runway” several times while never using the phrase “vacate the runway” though it does use ‘vacate’ in regards to an altitude in one place.