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ATC pass the following message: "Fastair 345 traffic 1 o clock, 3 miles opposite track, 600 ft above and climbing". The pilot does not have the traffic in sight. What should be his/her response?
  • A
    "Traffic 1 o clock, 3 miles opposite track. 600ft and descending. Looking for the traffic Fastair 345"
  • B
    "Fastair 345 traffic 1 o clock, 3 miles opposite track. I do not have the traffic in sight"
  • C
    "Traffic 1 o clock, 3 miles opposite track. Negative traffic. Fastair 345"
  • D

    "Looking out Fastair 345"

ICAO Doc 4444
12.3.1.7 TRAFFIC INFORMATION

... to pass traffic information

a) TRAFFIC (information);
b) NO REPORTED TRAFFIC;

... to acknowledge traffic information

*c) LOOKING OUT;
*d) TRAFFIC IN SIGHT;
*e) NEGATIVE CONTACT [reasons];
f) [ADDITIONAL] TRAFFIC (direction) BOUND (type of aircraft) (level) ESTIMATED (or OVER) (significant point) AT (time);
g) TRAFFIC IS (classification) UNMANNED FREE BALLOON(S) WAS [or ESTIMATED] OVER (place) AT (time) REPORTED (level(s)) [or LEVEL UNKNOWN] MOVING (direction) (other pertinent information, if any).

* Denotes pilot transmission.

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