The pilot's air traffic control handbook

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Tab Books, 1993 - Sports & Recreation - 221 pages
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For the many recreational pilots who find themselves flying out of their way to avoid controlled airspaces...reluctant to make use of the optional ATC services or uncertain about the protocol of contacting the ATC tower, this book offers the solutions. Paul Illman, an expert in the field, takes pilots through the ins and outs of using the ATC system, clearly and simply. He explains the airspace systemfully from operating over Class B and C flightservice stations and the air route traffic control centers. This best-selling volume in the Practical Flying Series, fully updated with the latest regulations and new chapters on VFR use of ATC, will give the VFR-rated pilot the confidence needed to negotiate any airspace and land at any airport like a pro.

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