Radio Equipment to be Carried in Aircraft
1. Every aircraft shall be provided, when flying in the circumstances specified in the first column of the Table set forth in paragraph 2, with the scales of equipment respectively indicated in that Table:
Provided that, if the aircraft is flying in a combination of such circumstances the scales of equipment shall not on that account be required to be duplicated.
3. The scales of radioequipment indicated the foregoing Table shall be as follows:
Radio equipment capable of maintaining two-way communication with the appropriate aeronautical radio stations.
Radio equipment capable of enabling the aircraft to be navigated on the intended route including such equipment as may be prescribed.
Radio equipment capable of receiving from the appropriate aeronautical radio stations meteorological broadcasts relevant to the intended flight.
Radio equipment capable of receiving signals from one or more aeronautical radion stations on the surface to enable the aircraft to be guided to a point from which a visual landing can be made at the aerodrome at which the aircraft is to land.
Radio equipment capable of providing a continuous indication of the aircraft’s distance from the appropriate aeronautical radio stations.
Radio equipment capable of enabling the aircraft to make an approach to landing using the Instrument Landing System.
Such type of radio equipment as may be notified as being capable of —
replying to an interrogation from secondary surveillance radar units on the surface; and
being set in an aerodrome with such instructions as may be given to the aircraft by the appropriate air traffic control unit.