A break as defined in NATOPS is not considered
Do not perform over congested, populated areas,
within federal airways, or Class D or E airfields
M. When flying less than 3,000 ft AGL, avoid noise-sensitive
and wildlife areas
III. En Route and Arrival Procedures
Sg 2, fr 5
Clearance 126.96.36.199.1, 188.8.131.52.1
En Route and Arrival
An authorization by ATC for the purpose of
preventing collisions between KNOWN aircraft.
Aircraft are to proceed under specified traffic
conditions within controlled airspace. It is not an
authorization to deviate from any rule, regulation, or
minimum to conduct unsafe operation of aircraft
Route and altitude data
Readback: required only if clearance differs from
filed or pilot is requested to readback.
Via flight plan or No delay expected routes:
require altitude/flight level to be issued
Conformation to routing/altitudes depicted is
Altitude restrictions are removed
Pilot is cleared to an altitude above restriction
by departure control.