FLIGHT PROGRESS STRIPS
In this lesson you will learn the requirements for processing and maintaining flight progress strips.
Identify and properly apply the general rules and procedures pertaining to the use
of flight progress strips, strip marking, contractions, symbols, and abbreviations.
You will be given the lesson text.
You must answer correctly 8 of 10 practice exercise questions.
The material in this lesson was derived from the following publication:
FAA Handbook 7110.65F.
This lesson provides you with the information necessary to initiate, post information to, and maintain
flight progress strips necessary to support radar operations in a ground controlled approach (GCA)
Use flight progress strips (Figures 1-1, 1-2, and 1-3) to post current data on arrival and departure
air traffic and clearances required for control and other air traffic control (ATC) services. To prevent
misinterpretation when data is handprinted, use standard handprinted characters.