BI/RI Course Rules
In 1987, NAS Kingsville recorded more takeoffs and landings than
Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. At such an exceptionally
busy field, strict adherence to course rules by every pilot is critical
to safe flight operations.
In your flying experience up to now, you have learned how
important course rules are to safe flying. Every flyer knows
stories about pilots who had close calls because they failed to
adhere to published course rules.
Upon completion of this lesson, you will have learned the
important features of the local operating area, the key procedures
that are essential for the safe and orderly conduct of flight training,
and an introduction as well as a general understanding of the
procedures and information that is found within your TRAWING
TWO In-Flight Guide.
This lesson will cover:
NAS Kingsville airfield characteristics and operating
NAS Kingsville military operating areas (MOAs), alert areas,
special operating areas (SOAs) within the MOAs, and 228D
Ground operations, rules, and regulations
Departures to the MOAs and to the alert areas
Recoveries: VFR and IFR (coded and non-coded)
Field entry procedures (IFR)
General emergency/special procedures