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Offline Аэрофлот Jr.

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Caution Prop Wash .
« on: December 02, 2008, 10:16:19 PM »
caution prop wash  :-D  instead of wake turbulence


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Re: Caution Prop Wash .
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2008, 12:38:08 AM »
Propwash is an approved term that may be used during ground operations. Along with rotorwash and jet blast.

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Re: Caution Prop Wash .
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2008, 07:05:31 AM »
Propwash is an approved term that may be used during ground operations. Along with rotorwash and jet blast.

ohh  i see .  thats good to know =)
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Re: Caution Prop Wash .
« Reply #3 on: December 03, 2008, 10:16:15 AM »
From the 7110.65, Chapter 2

2-1-19. WAKE TURBULENCE
b. Issue cautionary information to any aircraft if in your opinion, wake turbulence may have an adverse effect on it. When traffic is known to be a heavy aircraft, include the word heavy in the description.

NOTE-
Wake turbulence may be encountered by aircraft in flight as well as when operating on the airport movement area. Because wake turbulence is unpredictable, the controller is not responsible for anticipating its existence or effect. Although not mandatory during ground operations, controllers may use the words jet blast, propwash, or rotorwash, in lieu of wake turbulence, when issuing a caution advisory.

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Re: Caution Prop Wash .
« Reply #4 on: December 03, 2008, 03:23:36 PM »
From the 7110.65, Chapter 2

2-1-19. WAKE TURBULENCE
b. Issue cautionary information to any aircraft if in your opinion, wake turbulence may have an adverse effect on it. When traffic is known to be a heavy aircraft, include the word heavy in the description.

NOTE-
Wake turbulence may be encountered by aircraft in flight as well as when operating on the airport movement area. Because wake turbulence is unpredictable, the controller is not responsible for anticipating its existence or effect. Although not mandatory during ground operations, controllers may use the words jet blast, propwash, or rotorwash, in lieu of wake turbulence, when issuing a caution advisory.



ohh very nice .  thank you much =)
sincerely, Rae