AIRPORT SURVEILLANCE RADAR (ASR)
AND RADAR PROCEDURES
to aviators landing at your airfield and how to provide ASR to aviators
requesting or requiring it.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE:
ASR approaches to aviators requesting or needing the
information for a safe landing at your airfield.
You are performing air traffic control (ATC) duties in a
ground-controlled approach (GCA) facility and monitoring
your radar and radios.
Weather is deteriorating.
aviator calls to report that none of his navigational aid
(NAVAID) receivers operate, and he wants to land at your
You must give required clearances and other information to
the aviator according to this subcourse and Federal
Aviation Administration Handbook (FAAH) 7110.65F so the
aviator can land safely at your airfield.
The material in this lesson was derived from the following
publication: FAAH 7110.65F (September 1989).
Giving correct information to an aircraft that has lost NAVAID capability
in bad weather is important for its safe and efficient landing at your
airfield. You must know how to give