When Center wants you to call an approach controller, the controller says, "Experimental 345, contact [name] approach on [frequency]." There's also something called the "contact approach," which allows an IFR pilot to visually navigate to the airport provided the flight has 1-mile visibility, remains clear of clouds and terrain (duh!), and ... [Finish the sentence with the best phrase.]


The pilot requests the contact approach.


ATC initiates the contact approach.


The pilot has the runway in sight.


ATC radar service is provided.

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