The FAA Order that prescribes phraseology and procedures to be used while controlling air traffic is the ATC handbook, commonly called ‘the seventy-one ten point six five’, and often shortened to just ‘the point six five’. When broad changes are made to FAA Orders, the Order is commonly renamed by changing the last letter; thus, on December 10, 2015, ‘ORDER JO7110.65V’ became ‘ORDER JO7110.65W’. Lesser changes are inserted as they are developed. The latest version of this order, measuring 729-pages, is officially ‘FAA ORDER JO7110.65W change 1’.
This aiREFORM reference webpage offers archived copies of the entire Order (scrollable view, below), as well as links to PDF copies of each individual chapter.
|Preamble (cover, changes, errata)||14p|
|Table of Contents||20p|
|Chapter 2||General Control||68p|
|Chapter 3||ATC – Terminal||62p|
|Chapter 8||Offshore/Oceanic Procedures||32p|
|Chapter 9||Special Flights||26p|
|Chapter 11||Traffic Management Procedures||18p|