4-7-6. ARRIVAL INFORMATION

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  • 4-7-6. ARRIVAL INFORMATION

    EN ROUTE

    1. Forward the following information to nonapproach control towers soon enough to permit adjustment of the traffic flow or to FSSs (Alaska Only) soon enough to provide local airport advisory where applicable:
      1. Aircraft identification.
      2. Type of aircraft.
      3. ETA.
      4. Type of instrument approach procedure the aircraft will execute; or
      5. For SVFR, the direction from which the aircraft will enter Class B, Class C, Class D, or Class E surface area and any altitude restrictions that were issued; or
      6. For aircraft executing a contact approach the position of the aircraft.

      NOTE: Specific time requirements are usually stated in a letter of agreement.

    2. Forward the following information to approach control facilities before transfer of control jurisdiction:

      NOTE: Transfer points are usually specified in a letter of agreement.

      1. Aircraft identification.
      2. Type of aircraft and appropriate aircraft equipment suffix.
      3. ETA or actual time, and proposed or actual altitude over clearance limit. The ETA need not be given if the arrival information is being forwarded during a radar handoff.
      4. Clearance limit (when other than the destination airport) and EFC issued to the aircraft. Clearance limit may be omitted when provided for in a letter of agreement.
      5. Time, fix, or altitude when control responsibility is transferred to the approach control facility. This information may be omitted when provided for in a letter of agreement.
        • PHRASEOLOGY
        • (Identification), (type of aircraft), ESTIMATED/OVER (clearance limit), (time), (altitude), EFC (time).
        • If required, YOUR CONTROL,
        • or
        • YOUR CONTROL AT (time, fix or altitude).
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