ATC instructions

ATC instructions

Directives issued by air traffic control for the purpose of requiring a pilot to take specific actions (e.g., “Turn left heading two five five”; “Go around”; Hold position”; “Clear the runway”).
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Thus, at present CDOs are usually flown during hours of low traffic demand in order to minimize ATC instructions leading to trajectory deviations and consequently to non-optimal operations.
The pilot is required to comply in 6 seconds, the instruction has priority over other ATC instructions.
Generally the pilot in command is the final authority for the safe operation of the aircraft and may, in an emergency, deviate from ATC instructions to the extent required to maintain safe operation of their aircraft.
June 2013: Two Boeing 747s narrowly miss colliding over Scotland when one plane turns right and the other left -- effectively doing the opposite of ATC instructions.
The Aerobahn platform will also add ATC voice tracking across 20 discreet frequencies to enable users to hear ATC instructions while viewing surface operations for even greater perspective on real-time operations.
The 1987 Canadian Aviation Safety Board Special Investigation contained 28 recommendations for areas such as scanning techniques for controllers, airport signage and markings, mandatory readbacks of ATC instructions, pilot training and safety promotion.
We received the standard ATC instructions, and began flying to the IAF.