the pilot states the proper ATIS code. Runway, wind, and altimeter may be omitted if the pilot uses the
phrase "have numbers." Issue landing information and include--
a. Specific traffic pattern information (Figure 2-1). This information may be omitted if the aircraft
is to circle the airport to the left.
Figure 2-1. Specific traffic pattern phraseology
b. Runway in use.
c. Surface wind.
d. Altimeter setting.
e. Any supplementary information, such as holding instructions, if required.
f. Clearance to land.
g. Request for additional position reports. Use prominent geographical fixes that are easily
recognized from the air. Preferable are those fixes depicted on sectional charts. This does not prevent
using legs of the traffic pattern as reporting points.
h. Ceiling and visibility if either is below basic VFR minima.
i. Low-level wind shear advisories when available.
j. Issue braking action for the runway in use as received from pilots or the airport management
when braking action advisories are in effect.
k. Wheels-down check. Remind pilots to check wheels down (Figure 2-2) when reaching the
proper position in the pattern unless the pilot has previously reported wheels down.