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Listening Out Squawks

Listening Out Squawks

                                                     

Published today by the Airspace and Safety Initiative (ASI) the most recent Listening Out Squawk reference card. The ASI website.

You can download it here too.

Listening Squawks - Points to remember

■ Enter the appropriate listening squawk for the area, with Mode C if you have it

■ Tune into the appropriate frequency and listen out, without transmitting

■ Change back to 7000, with Mode C, if you have it, when leaving the area or changing frequency

A listening squawk does NOT…

■ Clear you into controlled airspace

■ Mean that you are receiving any ATC service

■ If you need a service from ATC, contact either the appropriate LARS frequency or London/Scottish Information as required



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