7-8-4. ESTABLISHING TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS

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  • 7-8-4. ESTABLISHING TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONS

    Class C service requires pilots to establish two-way radio communications before entering Class C airspace. If the controller responds to a radio call with, “(a/c call sign) standby,” radio communications have been established and the pilot can enter Class C airspace. If workload or traffic conditions prevent immediate provision of Class C services, inform the pilot to remain outside Class C airspace until conditions permit the services to be provided.

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    • (A/c call sign) REMAIN OUTSIDE CHARLIE AIRSPACE AND STANDBY.
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