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1 G-A1-1 AIRPORT OPERATIONS MANUAL AIRFIELD OPERATIONS 7 March 2014 PART G APPENDIX 1 RADIO PROCEDURES 1. Radio Transmission Techniques 1.1 The efficient use of a two-way radio depends largely on the method of speaking, the choice of words used by the operator and the microphone technique. 1.2 It is essential that standard phrases are used for radio communications, to avoid misunderstanding of the intent of messages and to reduce the time required for communication. 1.3 It is mandatory that IAC-ACC and ATC clearance or instruction, are acknowledged or read back prior to action. 1.4 Basic principles: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Speak plainly and end each word clearly to prevent consecutive words running together. Use standard words and phrases. Avoid variations in the intensity of speech. Avoid hesitant sounds. Do not shout or accentuate syllables. Preserve the rhythm of ordinary conversation and avoid long pauses.

2 G-A Phonetic Alphabet 2.1 The International Phonetic Alphabet is used to assist in voice transmission of call signs, runway and taxiway designators, and the spelling of proper names and words. 2.2 The phonetic alphabet is made up of particular words to denote the letters. When used, the pronunciation as shown below shall apply: Letter Spoken as Pronunciation Letter Spoken as Pronunciation A ALFA AL-fa N NOVEMBER no-vem-ber B BRAVO BRAH-voh O OSCAR OSS-cah C CHARLIE CHAR-lee P PAPA pah-pah D DELTA DEL-tah Q QUEBEC key-beck E ECHO ECK-oh R ROMEO ROH-me-oh F FOXTROT FOKS-trot S SIERRA see-air-rah G GOLF GOLF T TANGO TANG-go H HOTEL hoh-tell U UNIFORM YOU-nee-form I INDIA IN-dee-ah V VICTOR VIC-tah J JULIETT JEW-lee-ETT W WHISKY WISS-key K KILO KEE-loh X X-RAY ECKS-RAY L LIMA LEE-mah Y YANKEE YANG-key M MIKE MIKE Z ZULU ZOO-loo 3. Numerals 3.1 All numbers except whole thousands and combinations of thousands are to be transmitted by pronouncing each digit separately. Examples: 10 ONE ZERO 75 SEVEN FIVE 583 FIVE EIGHT THREE 600 SIX HUNDRED 5000 FIVE THOUSAND 7600 SEVEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED ONE ONE THOUSAND ONE EIGHT THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED THREE EIGHT ONE FOUR THREE

3 G-A Numbers containing a decimal point shall be transmitted as prescribed above with the decimal point in appropriate sequence being indicated by the word DECIMAL. Example: ONE ONE EIGHT DECIMAL FOUR 3.3 Numbers shall be transmitted using the following pronunciation: Numeral Element Number or Pronunciation 0 ZE-ro 1 WUN 2 TOO 3 TREE (or THREE) 4 FOW-er 5 FIFE 6 SIX 7 SEV-en 8 AIT 9 NIN-er Decimal Hundred Thousand DAY-SEE-MAL HUN-dred TOU-SAND (or THOUSAND) 3.4 When transmitting time, the twenty-four hour clock system shall be used, with each digit being pronounced separately. When it is certain that no misunderstanding will occur, time may be expressed in minutes only. 3.5 The readability of the radio signals is categorized as follow: 1 Unreadable 2 Readable now and again 3 Readable but with difficulty 4 Readable 5 Perfectly readable

4 G-A Standard Speech Abbreviations The following words and phrases shall be used whenever applicable: Phrase ACKNOWLEDGE AFFIRM APPROVED BREAK CANCEL CHECK CLEARED CONFIRM CONTACT CORRECT CORRECTION DISREGARD GO AHEAD HOW DO YOU READ I SAY AGAIN MONITOR NEGATIVE OVER OUT READ BACK REPORT REQUEST Meaning Let me know that you have received and understood this message. Yes. Permission for proposed action granted. I indicate the separation between portions of the message. (To be used where there is no clear distinction between the text and other portions of the message.) Withdraw the previously transmitted clearance. Examine a system or procedure. (No answer is normally expected). Authorized to proceed under the conditions specified. Have I correctly received the following...? or Did you correctly receive this message? Establish radio contact with... That is correct. An error has been made in this transmission (for message indicated). The correct version is... Consider that transmission as not sent. Proceed with your message. What is the readability of my transmission? I repeat for clarity or emphasis. Listen out on (frequency). No or Permission not granted or That is not correct. My transmission is ended, and I expect a response from you. This exchange of transmissions is ended and no response is expected. Repeat all, or the specified part, of this message back to me exactly as received. Pass me the following information... I should like to know... or I wish to obtain...

5 G-A1-5 ROGER SAY AGAIN SPEAK SLOWER STANDBY VERIFY WILCO I have received all of your last transmission. Under no circumstances to be used in reply to a question requiring READ BACK or a direct answer in the affirmative (AFFIRM) or negative (NEGATIVE). Repeat all, or the following part, of your last transmission: Reduce your rate of speech. Wait and I will call you. Check and confirm with originator. I understand your message and will comply with it. 5. TMR Telephony Phraseologies 5.1 Apron Control, (Airfield 1). (Airfield 1), Apron Control, go ahead. Apron Control, (Airfield 1), R/T Testing, , , how do you read. (Airfield 1), Apron Control, reading you (Airfield 1), Apron Control. (Airfield 1), Apron Control, (CX123) on final for Stand (E3). Apron Control, (Airfield 1), (CX123) for Stand (E3), roger. 5.3 (Airfield 1), Apron Control. (Airfield 1), Apron Control, check progress of (CX123) on Stand (E3). Apron Control, (Airfield 1), (CX123) tractor in position. Both airbridges retracted. Waiting clearance from ATC, expect 5 minutes. 5.4 (Airfield 1), Apron Control. (Airfield 1), Apron Control, check clearance of Stand (E3) for (CX123) on final. Apron Control, (Airfield 1), roger. Apron Control, (Airfield 1), Stand (E3) is cleared for parking. 5.5 (Airfield 1), Apron Control. (Airfield 1), Apron Control, report tail number on Stand (E3). Apron Control, (Airfield 1), the tail number of (CX123) is (BHKG).

6 G-A (Airfield 1), Apron Control. (Airfield 1), Apron Control landed (CX123) amended from Stand (E3) to Stand (E4), inform ground staff in stand. Apron Control, (Airfield 1), the landed (CX123) amended to Stand (E4), roger. 6. VHF Telephony Phraseologies 6.1 Tower South, (Airfield 1). (Airfield 1), Tower South, go ahead. Tower South, (Airfield 1), location at (Taxiway K), request permission to enter (Runway 07R) for inspection for (5) minutes. (Airfield 1), Tower South, clear to enter (Runway 07R) via (Taxiway K.) Tower South, (Airfield 1), roger, now entering (Runway 07R) for inspection. Tower South, (Airfield 1) vacated runway. Inspection completed. 6.2 Control Tower, (Airfield 1). (Airfield 1), Control Tower, go ahead. Control Tower, (Airfield 1), location at (Taxilane H7), ready to lead a (passenger bus) to (Runway 07R). (Airfield 1), Control Tower, clear to holding point (Runway 07R). Control Tower, (Airfield 1), proceeding. 6.3 Tower, (Airfield 1). (Airfield 1), Tower, go ahead. Tower, (Airfield 1), Follow Me car will break off at (Taxiway B9) abeam (Stand E18). (Airfield 1), Tower roger. 6.4 Control Tower, (Airfield 1). (Airfield 1), Control Tower, go ahead. Control Tower, (Airfield 1), permission to lead a tractor from (staging area) to (Taxiway J3) via (Taxiways H and J). (Airfield 1), Control Tower, clear to proceed. Control Tower, (Airfield 1), roger.

7 G-A Tower South, (Airfield 1). (Airfield 1), Tower South, go ahead. Tower South, (Airfield 1) location at (Taxiway G1), request permission to enter runway for lighting inspection for (5) minutes. (Airfield 1), Tower South, clear to enter runway via (Taxiway J1). Tower South, (Airfield 1) roger, cleared to enter runway via (Taxiway J). Tower South, Airfield 1, switch on runway lights. (Airfield 1), Tower South, roger. Tower South, (Airfield 1), lighting inspection completed and vacated runway. (Airfield 1), Tower South, roger. 6.6 Tower South, (Sweeper 1). (Sweeper 1), Tower South, go ahead. Tower South, (Sweeper 1), location at end of (Taxiway J1), request permission to enter runway. (Sweeper 1), Tower South, cleared to enter runway via (Taxiway J1). Tower South, (Sweeper 1), roger, cleared to enter runway via (Taxiway J1). (Sweeper 1), Tower South, vacate runway. Tower South, (Sweeper 1) wilco. Tower South, (Sweeper 1), vacated runway. (Sweeper 1), Tower South, roger. 6.7 Control Tower, (Cathay Tractor). (Cathay Tractor), Control Tower, go ahead. Control Tower, (Cathay Tractor), request permission to tow a (CX B747) from Stand (E3) to (Maintenance Apron). (Cathay Tractor), Control Tower, cleared from Stand (E3) to (Maintenance Apron) via (Taxilane H7, Taxiway H and Taxiway N). Control Tower, (Cathay Tractor), roger, clear via (Taxilane H7, Taxiway H and Taxiway N) to (Maintenance Apron), starting to tow.

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