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FAA Orders

JO - Everyone


JE - Eastern


JC - Central


JW - Western

Types of Flight Plans

VFR


IFR


DVFR

Another term for Vertigo

Spacial Disorientation

Who can declare an EMERGENCY

Pilot in Command


ATC


Aircraft Owner/Operator

The COO manages _____

ATO

What does the AJT do?

Provides safe, secure, and efficient management for the NAS

Name the Service Areas

Western


Central


Eastern

The Primary purpose of the ATC system?

To prevent a collision between aircraft operating in the system

Name the Duty Priority's:

1. Separating Aircraft and Issuing Safety Alerts


2. To provide support to national security and homeland defense


3. Provide additional services when possible

Operational Priority is provided on what basis

Provided on a first come, first serve basis

When are aircraft not provided a first come, first serve basis? IE Operational Priority except when:

Aircraft in Distress


Medevac/Air Evac


S&R


Presidential


Flight Check


Special Military or Civilian


Diverted

3 Types of ATC Facilities:

FSS


ATCT


ARTCC

4 Basic Positions in FSS

Flight Data/NOTAM Coordinator


Broadcast


Preflight


Inflight

Flight Data Position

Compiles info


NOTAMs


Initiate S&R

Broadcast Position

Record WX (HIWAS)

Preflight Position

Brief and Translates info to pilots

Inflight Postion

Provides services to airborne pilots

6 Positions in the Tower (ATCT)

1. Flight Data


2. Clearance Delivery


3. Local Control


4. Ground Control


5. Tower Coordinator


6. Tower Associate

4 Positions in the TRACON/ARTCC

1. Flight Data - Compiles Data


2. Radar Associate - D Side


3. Radar Controller - R Side


4. Radar Coordination - Extra eyes

MISSION of the Traffic Management (TM) System?

To Balance Traffic Demand with System Capacity

Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) is in charge of what?

They are in charge of the Traffic Management System

Types of Traffic Management Initiatives:

Altitude - Tunneling/Capping


Miles/Minutes in Trail


Fix Balancing


Airborne Holding


Sequencing Programs


Reroutes


Ground Delays


Ground Stops

The NAS is ALWAYS _____

changing

Victor Airways and RNAV "Tango" Routes

Below 18,000 ft MSL

Jet Routes and RNAV "Q" Routes

Between FL180 and FL450

What are the primary NAVAIDs for the nations airways?

VOR's


VORTAC's

Does the FAA own airports?

NO