2-1-27. POSSIBLE PILOT DEVIATION NOTIFICATION

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  • 2-1-27. POSSIBLE PILOT DEVIATION NOTIFICATION

    When it appears that the actions of a pilot constitute a pilot deviation, notify the pilot, workload permitting.

    • PHRASEOLOGY
    • (Identification) POSSIBLE PILOT DEVIATION ADVISE YOU CONTACT (facility) AT (telephone number).

    NOTE: The phraseology example identified in this paragraph is commonly referred to as the “Brasher Notification” or “Brasher Warning,” which gives flight crews the opportunity to make note of the occurrence for future reference. The use of these terms during direct pilot communications is not appropriate.

    • REFERENCE
    • FAA Order JO 8020.16, Air Traffic Organization Aircraft Accident and Aircraft Incident Notification, Investigation, and Reporting, Chapter 11, Para 3, Air Traffic Facility Responsibilities.
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