The FAA ATC job order says:
Circling approach instructions may only be given for aircraft landing at airports with operational control towers.
But I could not find a phraseology example that can describe the circling approach below (which I drew based on this image).
So for non-towered airports, is there a standardized phraseology used to describe the non-standard circling loops to other pilots in the area? Be it good weather or not.
According to this site, there are hundreds of ways to fly a circling approach. Any jurisdiction is fine by me, it's just a curious question.