Table 7-7 lists the service codes that a pilot may use on a flight plan and their
Prior Permission Required number (if applicable)
Aircraft will remain overnight
Table 7-7 -- Service codes
When an AC verbally passes a flight plan containing the above codes, he or she should
use the phraseology shown in Table 7-8.
Remain overnight (R2 = remain over two nights)
Table 7-8 -- Phraseology
Recording Flight Data, Control Symbology, and Flight Progress Strips
Flight progress strips are used to post current data on air traffic and the clearances
required for air traffic control and air traffic services. As the AC, you will be working
extensively with flight progress strips and the information posted on them.
Misinterpretation of the data on a flight progress strip could be catastrophic; therefore, it
is extremely important that a controller be completely familiar with the required reading
in this section.
Recording Flight Data
When recording flight data, use only plain language, abbreviations, or contractions
contained in Contractions, FAA Order 7340.1. Additionally, use only the station and
NAVAID location identifiers contained in Location Identifiers, FAA Order 7350.6. This