According to NOTAM the ATIS is out of service. Ask Bern Tower for the necessary information.
Bern Tower, HB-EWH, red 5, ready for start up, request terminal information
In front of the runway you have a technical problem. You want to taxi to TRANSAIR for repair. You are unable to turn on the taxiway.
There you stop the engine and let the mechanic do his work. After a few minutes you are ready to start again.
HB-EWH, holding point RWY 32, due to a technical problem request taxi to Transair, unable to turn on taxiway
Bern Tower, HB-EWH, Transair, ready for start up
Before landing in Zurich you would like to make two ILS approaches for training.
Zurich Arrival, HB-EWH, BE33, information Y, FL 80, request two ILS approaches for training
After passing 5000 feet the left engine quits. You are in clouds and ask for a clearance back to Zurich.
HB-LOT, left engine failure, we are in clouds, request clearance back to Zurich
After leaving the landing runway you would like to hold on the taxiway to check the engine. After a few minutes you are again ready to go.
Zurich Ground, HB-LOT, taxiway X, request to hold on taxiway for engine check HB-LOT, engine check completed request taxi for departure
After reaching your cruising level ice is building up. Ask for lower cruising level.
HB-LOT, request lower cruising level due to icing
After receiving start up clearance you have a low battery warning which prevents engine start. Ask Friedrichshafen Tower to send assistance with ground power.
Friedrichshafen Ground, HB-LOT, unable to start engines due to low battery, request ground power
During climb the cabin pressure is not building up. The system is out of service so you have to ask for a lower cruising level.
Swiss Radar, HB-LOT, request lower cruising level due to cabin pressurization failure
You are passing abeam GVA VOR, and you have the runway in sight. Ask for a visual approach.
Geneva Tower, HB-LOT, RWY in sight, request visual approach
You are half way between Geneva and St. Prex VOR. Due to heavy weight and high oil temperature you can’t cross St. Prex at the required altitude given in your ATC route clearance. Inform ATC and ask to continue climb in VMC conditions.
Geneva Departure, HB-CCR, 4000ft, unable to cross St. Prex VOR at 7000ft due to weight and high oil temperature, request to continue climb in VMC
You are able to obey later level restrictions on your further routing.
After LPS you receive a frequency change. On the new frequency ask immediately for lower level because you are entering a zone with moderate icing.
Swiss Radar, HB-CCR, FL120, request lower cruising level due to moderate icing
If Basle Approach proposes another type of approach your flight instructor wants you to make an ILS approach.
Basel Approach, HB-CCR, FL 50, information Y, request ILS approach
It is a foggy day in Zurich. For your approach you need an RVR of 600 meters. After entering RILAX holding you ask Zurich Arrival to give you the actual RVR.
Zurich Arrival, HB-GJH, FL60, information Y, request RVR
Ask if the forecast is indicating an improvement.
HB-GJH, is there an improvement expected?
You plan to divert to Basle. Ask for the pertinent values (ceiling and visibility) before requesting to fly to Basle
HB-GJH, request visibility and cloud base for Basel HB-GJH, diverting to Basel, request clearance
Just after lift off the cabin door lock opens. Ask to return visually.
Zurich Tower, HB-GIA, request to return visually due to unlocked door
After roll out you lock the door and you are ready to take off again. You would like to taxi back on the runway into take off position.
HB-GIA, ready for departure request backtrack
In your pre-flight briefing you have seen that ATIS in Stuttgart is not working. Ask Langen Radar for the information you need.
Langen Radar, HB-GIA, FL 100, request terminal information for Stuttgart
After passing 5000 feet you are entering clouds with icing conditions. Your climb rate is 300 feet per minute only and you report that your cruising speed will be reduced to 140 knots.
Ask for a lower cruising level.
Zurich Departure, OH-CGW, request lower cruising level due to icing, maximum climb rate 300ft/min (gesprochen: three hundred feet per minute), cruising speed
On the NDB approach you have an unstable ADF indication between Schupberg and Muri NDB. Ask for a homing.
Bern Tower, OH-CGW, NDB approach RWY 14, request QDM due to unstable ADF indication
When entering the runway, you see a thunderstorm north-east of the field. Ask for a right turn after departure.
HB-VJJ, request right turn after departure due to a thunderstorm north-east of the airport
After passing DENEL you have a failure indication of a cabin pressure valve. Ask for a precautionary descent to FL 130.
HB-VJJ, FL 180, request descent to FL130 due to cabin pressurization failure indication
You have a sick passenger on board. Ask Zurich Arrival to organize medical assistance.
HB-VJJ, request medical assistance for sick passenger after landing
At two miles final you pass a strong wind shear. Report this fact to the Tower after landing.
HB-VJJ, for your information, strong wind shear at 2 miles final
Inform Zurich Apron at first call that you want to go to ExecuJet parking.
Zurich Apron, HB-VJJ, taxiway X, request taxi to Execujet parking
During initial climb out a small aircraft crosses rather close. Report it to the controller.
SAZ 302, for your information, we just had a near miss with a small aircraft
After passing Sulz-VOR you receive an order from your operation centre to proceed to Geneva. Flight level 210 would be your preferred cruising level. Ask the controller for an appropriate clearance.
SAZ 302, diverting to Geneva due to operational reasons, request clearance and FL 210 for cruising
When passing waypoint BADEP you ask the controller to give you the latest weather information and runway conditions for Geneva.
SAZ 302, request MET report and RWY report for Geneva
There are a few stones on taxiway W2. Inform Apron about it.
HB-LSH, for your information, there are stones on taxiway W2
A few miles after Kempten VOR ice is building up. You would like to descend to a lower cruising level.
HB-LSH, request lower cruising level due to icing
Because of strong vibrations on one engine you have to shut it down. In order to make your planning you ask the controller to give you weather information for Friedrichshafen. You decide to divert there.
HB-LSH, we hade to shut down left engine due to strong vibrations, request MET report for Friedrichshafen HB-LSH, diverting to Friedrichshafen, request clearance
The top of clouds is at 4000 ft and there is clear sky above.
After passing waypoint TELNO your passenger gives you the order to proceed
HB-GIL, diverting to Basel due to passenger request, request clearance