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The denial of clearance terminology quote "ATC: SINCE LANDING/TAKE-OFF CLEARANCE CANNOT BE ISSUED, YOU ARE LANDING/TAKING OFF ON YOUR OWN RESPONSIBILITY." in the AIC is confusing and could, inappropriately, be taken to mean a Captain could take the decision to land when a Low Visibility Operational Plan (LVOP) had been implemented which effectively had closed the runway in question for landings or take offs. At a controlled airfield, which is the case in the situation envisioned in this AIC, an ATC clearance for landing or take off is mandatory.
If you’re attending NBAA2012, don’t forget to stop by at the CBAA booth, # 3430 to catch up on the latest from your association. We’re promoting Canadian interests and networking opportunities, with four of our members defraying NBAA2012 attendance costs through the CBAA’s partnership with the federal government’s Global Opportunities for Associations. CBAA is also co-hosting a special luncheon with the Consulate General of Canada in Miami, promoting Canadian aviation and aerospace.