ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
Correct Answer and Feedback
pilot states the correct ATIS code.
When the pilot states the correct ATIS code, he is informing the controller that he has
already received the required terminal information and a repeat is not necessary. (page 2-
1, para 1)
right traffic is in effect.
When an aircraft is to circle the airport to the left, it is using the standard traffic pattern.
(page 2-2, para 1a)
"Check wheels down."
This is the only correct phraseology according to FAA 7110.65. This information serves
only as a reminder to the pilot to lower the wheels, not to place responsibility on the
controller. (page 2-2, para 1k)
restate the landing runway
If there is a chance of a conflict, restating the landing runway prevents the conflict and
ensures a safe traffic flow. (page 2-3, para 2a)
short of runway (number)."
The pilot is being told to hold short of an active runway and not to taxi onto or cross it.
This information prevents possible conflict. (page 2-4, para 3)
ATC is based on a first-come, first-served basis. (page 2-4, para 4a)