Take-off procedures – Part 2

Due to unexpected traffic developments, or a departing aircraft taking longer than expected to take-off, it can be necessary to cancel the take-off clearance or quickly free the runway for landing traffic.

O-BC TAKE OFF IMMEDIATELY OR HOLD SHORT OF RUNWAY

HOLDING SHORT O-BC

or

TAKING OFF O-BC

O-BC HOLD POSITION, CANCEL TAKE-OFF CLEARANCE I SAY AGAIN CANCEL TAKE-OFF CLEARANCE

HOLDING O-BC

Except in case of emergency, controllers should not transmit to an aircraft  in the process of taking off or in the early stage of climb.

Example:

When a dangerous  traffic situation occurs after an aircraft has commenced the takeoff roll, the pilot may be instructed to abandon the takeoff. The aircraft should be instructed to stop immediately and the instruction and call sign repeated.

FASTFLY 123 STOP IMMEDIATELY FASTFLY 123 STOP IMMEDIATELY

STOPPING FASTFLY 123

When a pilot abandons the take-off manoeuvre, the control tower should be so informed as soon as practicable, and assistance or taxi instructions should be requested as required.

FASTFLY 123 STOPPING

FASTFLY 123 ROGER

FASTFLY 123 REQUEST RETURN TO APRON

FASTFLY 123 TAKE NEXT LEFT AND RETURN TO APRON VIA TAXIWAY DELTA, CONTACT GROUND 121.500

NEXT LEFT RETURN TO APRON VIA TAXIWAY DELTA, 121.500 FASTFLY 123