Conspicuity Transponder Code



City Airport is located in close proximity to controlled airspace, to enable adjacent radar equipped air traffic units to identify that aircraft are in communication with ‘Barton Information’ a conspicuity squawk is in use.

Aircraft will be allocated a squawk of ‘7365’ on initial contact with Barton Information.

Pilots must not squawk 7365 until advised to do so.  Those aircraft that are not transponder equipped should advise ‘Negative Transponder’

The allocation of squawk ‘7365’ includes the selection, where fitted, of Mode ‘C’ on the aircraft’s transponder.

(It is stressed that Baron Information have no access themselves to radar and no form of radar service is implied by the use of this squawk)

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