Radio Communications – Alaska 340

Hello guys, here is a short radio-com audio to refresh our listening comprehension skills. This time it’s Alaska 340 approaching KSNA (supposedly). Take a listen, check the transcript if needed (there are a few parts which cannot be decyphered due to audio quality but they are not essential for understanding), do the quiz questions below.

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How would you best describe the problem?


Fill in the missing information:

Alaska 340 was cleared to approach runway .

Tower frequency mentioned was .


– 5500 for 5200, heading 255.
– …117, turn right heading 270.
– Right heading 270, …117.

– N46E, turn left, heading 350.
– Turning left to 350, 46E.
– Alaska340, […] miles from […] heading 160, maintain 3000 until established on localizer, cleared ILS approach.
– 160, 3000, established cleared ILS 19R approach, Alaska340.
– N46E, turn left immediately heading 330 for traffic.
– Left immediately 330 for traffic.
– … I gave you about 350 heading, did you copy that?
– Sorry, I had 035.
– Ok, there is a 737, at your […] miles, 3000.

– …have traffic.

– Alaska340, just to an RA conflict on that traffic.
– Ok, 340, roger, not a factor now. Continue on the approach when you’re able, contact Tower 126.8
– Ok, we are readjusting the glideslope.

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