ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
Correct Answer and Feedback
ASAP after assuming responsibility of the position and
periodically throughout the watch.
This prompt checking ensures the equipment is aligned for
Now the equipment is accurate and the
aircraft can land safely. (page 2, para 2b)
before the aircraft starts final descent for a full-stop
landing when weather reports indicate the aviator should
conduct any of the final approach under IFR conditions.
The controller issues the missed-approach procedure under
these conditions: before the aircraft begins its final
descent and when weather reports indicate the aviator
should conduct any of the final approach under IFR. If
the aviator then has to execute a missed approach, he can
do so quickly and safely. (page 4, para 3h)
only when requested by the aviator.
The controller recommends final approach altitudes only
to aviators who request them. This is because an aviator
sometimes wants to be sure he is at the correct altitudes
during final approach. (page 8, para 3o(4))
These words are clearer than other words with the same
meaning when the aviator and controller talk on the
radio. (page 8, para 3o(2))