Emergency Over COMMS

If the distress situation is over, it is prudent to inform all stations on frequency so normal exchanges can resume. Here, as in a few select situations, there is a difference between how ATCATC —Air Traffic Control will phrase this and how the pilot will phrase this - the obvious mistake is to go for the "other" one. For ATCATC —Air Traffic Control, it is "distress traffic ended." For a pilot it is "Cancel Mayday." Once this is heard by pilots, normal conversation can resume

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How would air traffic control let stations know that a Mayday situation has ceased?
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