Preferrable, not required. Big difference. With that, you still have not answered my question.
Please cite where pilots are REQUIRED to use absolute phraseology,
1. You are mistakenly attributing something to me that I haven't said.
a. Preferable has one r, not two.
2. That is not a question. And if it was, then you are answering my question with a question, which really isn't an answer at all.
So I repeat;
Please show me, with credible citations (ie- FAA, FAR, AIM), where the use of non standard phraseology is condoned.
Until then, lets summarize;
-The use of standard phraseology is a best practice.
-The FAA, (AIM), FlightSafety, AOPA and even NASA state that non standard phraseology should not be used.
-The above references have also documented incidents of where the use of non standard phraseology have caused problems.
-Some of the above references were written by pilots.
-Air traffic controllers themselves have emphasised the importance of using standard phraseology.
-The claim that using non standard phraseology during busy periods saves time is false.
-The excuse that it is frequently used despite the above does not make it right.
Where does the AIM state that pilots are REQUIRED to use standard phraseology?
Emphasizing does not mean Required.
Please list all documents the FAA has, sections included, where pilots are REQUIRED to use standard phraseology.
We are waiting.