BI/RI Course Rules
Departures to the MOAs
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NOTE: All aircraft leaving NAS Kingsville airspace or
requiring MOA-related activities shall depart NAS
Kingsville on an IFR flight plan using a local instrument
departure (LID) or VFR on an IFR flight plan. Each
coded departure (LID) has a specific use. The Premont
Two, the most commonly used departure at NQI to the
Kings I MOA, is described below. The Banks I to the
Kings IV and V MOAs and the X-Ray Two departure to
the local VFR area is also described in this section.
Refer to your In-Flight Guide for descriptions and use of
the other coded departures used to reach Kings III, spin
areas, and ALGUNs.
Premont Two--used for reaching Kings I low and
Will automatically activate Kingsville Two MOA
when transiting to Kingsville One MOA
Normally clear underlying altitudes of both
MOAs to allow for unrestricted climb to MOA
altitudes unless advised otherwise
Once established in Kingsville One MOA,
Kingsville Two MOA and underlying altitudes
will return to their previous status
Aircraft shall not reenter these areas unless
cleared to do so by Kingsville ATCF
NOTE: The area underlying the Kings II MOA is not
part of the Kings I MOA.
NOTE: A pilot may request "Take off VFR" to the
alert area (a 02XX series squawk) and still be on an
IFR flight plan but not receive IFR handling. Field
conditions must be VFR (normal operations at NAS
Kingsville will not authorize a 1200 VFR squawk).
This could expedite the launch of aircraft due to
reduced separation criteria with approach IFR traffic.
At any time during a VFR takeoff, the pilot may