5-1-13. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

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  • 5-1-13. RADAR SERVICE TERMINATION

    1. Inform aircraft when radar service is terminated.
      • PHRASEOLOGY
      • RADAR SERVICE TERMINATED (nonradar routing if required).
    2. Radar service is automatically terminated and the aircraft needs not be advised of termination when:
      • NOTE:
      • 1. Termination of radar monitoring when conducting simultaneous ILS approaches is prescribed in Para 5-9-7, Simultaneous Independent Approaches- Dual   Triple.
      • 2. Termination of radar monitoring where PAR equipment is used to monitor approaches is prescribed in para 5-13-3, Monitor Information.
      1. An aircraft cancels its IFR flight plan, except within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided.
      2. An aircraft conducting an instrument, visual, or contact approach has landed or has been instructed to change to advisory frequency.
      3. At tower-controlled airports where radar coverage does not exist to within 1/2 mile of the end of the runway, arriving aircraft must be informed when radar service is terminated.
        • REFERENCE
        • FAA Order JO 7210.3, Para 10-5-6, Radar Tolerances.
      4. TERMINAL. An arriving VFR aircraft receiving radar service to a tower-controlled airport within Class B airspace, Class C airspace, TRSA, or where basic radar service is provided has landed, or to all other airports, is instructed to change to tower or advisory frequency.
      5. TERMINAL. An aircraft completes a radar approach.
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