Communicating with the Flight Service Stations While Airborne
The flight service station may be called on its airborne frequencies. The
FSS provides the same services to airborne aircraft as it can to pilot's on the
ground. These services include opening, closing, and filing flight plans,
receiving weather briefings, and checking for notices to airmen. To
contact obtain FSS services while airborne, contact the FSS with your position
and advise them of the radio frequency on which you are receiving. When
the Flight Service Station answers, state your request. Refer to the
flight service station as "Radio".
Pilot: "Lexington Radio, Cessna one two four mike mike, on one two two point six
Radio: "Cessna one two four mike mike, Lexington Radio."
Pilot: "Cessna one two four mike mike, just departed Jackson county airport at
twenty one minutes past the hour, we would like to open our VFR flight plan".
Communicating with Flight Watch
Communicate with flight watch by calling "Flight Watch" on 122.0 MHz. When
the controller responds, state your request.