3-10-2. FORWARDING APPROACH INFORMATION BY NONAPPROACH CONTROL FACILITIES

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  • 3-10-2. FORWARDING APPROACH INFORMATION BY NONAPPROACH CONTROL FACILITIES

    1. Forward the following, as appropriate, to the control facility having IFR jurisdiction in your area. You may eliminate those items that, because of local conditions or situations, are fully covered in a letter of agreement or a facility directive.
      1. When you clear an arriving aircraft for a visual approach.
      2. Aircraft arrival time.
      3. Cancellation of IFR flight plan.
      4. Information on a missed approach, unreported, or overdue aircraft.
      5. Runway in use.
      6. Weather as required.
    2. When the weather is below 1,000 feet or 3 miles or the highest circling minimums, whichever is greater, issue current weather to aircraft executing an instrument approach if it changes from that on the ATIS or that previously forwarded to the center/approach control.
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