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TIMED APPROACHES EXAMPLE

(Controller) Greenwood Tower Jackson Low two inbounds. (Pseudo) Jackson Low Greenwood ready to copy (Controller) November six two one sierra romeo, Diamond fifty at one eight four eight, RNAV runway 36 approach. November seven nine two foxtrot golf, Beach fifty-eight at one eight five zero, RNAV runway 36 approach. (Pseudo) Copy two inbounds (initials) (Pseudo) Aero (Center SuperStar six two one sierra romeo, level at six thousand, estimating Sidon VORTAC one eight four zero inbound Greenwood. (Controller) SuperStar six two one sierra romeo Aero Center Greenwood altimeter two niner niner two. (Pseudo) Two niner niner two, SuperStar six two one sierra romeo. (Controller) SuperStar one sierra romeo cross eight miles north Sidon VORTAC at and maintain three thousand, cleared RNAV runway 36 approach. Report passing Kubby. (Pseudo) Three thousand and report passing Kubby SuperStar six two one sierra romeo. (Pseudo) Aero Center Baron seven nine two foxtrot golf with you level at one one thousand, estimating Sidon VORTAC one eight four zero inbound Greenwood. (Controller) Baron seven nine two foxtrot golf Aero Center Greenwood altimeter two niner niner two. (Pseudo) Two niner niner two Baron seven nine two foxtrot golf. (Controller) Baron two foxtrot golf cross eight miles north Sidon VORTAC at and maintain four thousand, cleared to Funky via Sidon direct hold south as published. Expect further clearance one niner one five, time one eight three four. (Pseudo) Four thousand direct Funky and hold, Baron seven nine two foxtrot golf. (Pseudo) Aero Center SuperStar six two one sierra romeo passing Sidon. (Controller) SuperStar six two one sierra romeo Aero Center copy. (Pseudo) Aero Center Baron seven nine two foxtrot golf passing Sidon. (Controller) Baron seven nine two foxtrot golf Aero Center copy. (Pseudo) Aero Center SuperStar six two one sierra…...

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