2-1-7. INFLIGHT EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTIONS

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  • 2-1-7. INFLIGHT EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTIONS

    1. When a pilot reports an inflight equipment malfunction, determine the nature and extent of any special handling desired.
    2. NOTE: Inflight equipment malfunctions include partial or complete failure of equipment, which may affect either safety, separation standards, and/or the ability of the flight to proceed under IFR, or in Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) airspace, in the ATC system. Controllers may expect reports from pilots regarding VOR, TACAN, ADF, GPS, RVSM capability, or low frequency navigation receivers, impairment of air-ground communications capability, or other equipment deemed appropriate by the pilot (e.g., airborne weather radar). Pilots should communicate the nature and extent of any assistance desired from ATC.

    3. Provide the maximum assistance possible consistent with equipment, workload, and any special handling requested.
    4. Relay to other controllers or facilities who will subsequently handle the aircraft, all pertinent details concerning the aircraft and any special handling required or being provided.
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