PHRASEOLOGY: YOUR MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE IS TO CLIMB AND MAINTAIN
ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED; FLY RUNWAY HEADING;
CONTACT CAIRNS APPROACH ON TWO-THREE-FOUR POINT FOUR,
d. Transmission Acknowledgment. This is the same as in the surveillance final approach. After
contact has been established with the final controller and while on the final approach course, instruct the
pilot not to acknowledge further transmissions.
PHRASEOLOGY: DO NOT ACKNOWLEDGE FURTHER TRANSMISSIONS.
e. Glide Path Notification. Inform the pilot when he is approaching the glide path (approximately
10 to 30 seconds before the final descent).
PHRASEOLOGY: APPROACHING GLIDE PATH.
f. Descent Instructions. When a pilot reaches the point where the final descent is to start, instruct
him to begin the descent.
PHRASEOLOGY: BEGIN DESCENT.
g. Wheels-Down Check. Before the pilot starts his descent on the final approach, remind him that
the wheels should be down. (This is not required for civil aircraft.) Normally, this reminder is coupled
with the glide path notification.
PHRASEOLOGY: APPROACHING GLIDE PATH, WHEELS SHOULD BE DOWN.
h. Glide Path and Course Information.
(1) Issue course guidance and inform the pilot when he is on the glide path and on course.
Frequently inform him of any deviation from the glide path or course.
PHRASEOLOGY: READING ZERO-SIX-ZERO, ON GLIDE PATH, ON COURSE.
SLIGHTLY ABOVE GLIDE PATH, WELL LEFT OF COURSE.
(2) Issue trend information, as required, to indicate the target position with respect to the AZ and
EL cursors and to describe target movement as appropriate corrections are issued. Trend information
may be modified by the terms "RAPIDLY" or "SLOWLY," as appropriate.