In this lesson you will learn the relationship between air traffic control (ATC) and navigational aids
Describe the relationship between ATC and NAVAIDs.
You will be given extracts from the Federal Aviation Administration Handbook
(FAAH) 7110.65 and Airman's Information Manual (AIM).
You must describe the relationship between ATC and NAVAIDs according to the
The material in this lesson was derived from the following publications:
AIM, October 1987
FAAH 7110.65, April 1987
Having a basic knowledge of navigational principles and electronic aids to navigation will enable the
controller to relate more closely to the pilot concerning aircraft navigation and its relationship to ATC.
Comprehension of how pilots navigate, as well as a good basic knowledge of the instruments and
methods used in air navigation, are requirements to function as a full-performance level controller.