T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
The time to first study a high altitude approach plate is in the
planning room, not in the aircraft. Inadequate preparation for your
departure and arrival may result in potentially dangerous
situations for you, plus an increased workload for the controllers.
Preflight preparation will enable you to receive maximum training
during the flight.
This lesson provides you with the procedures, requirements, and
criteria to prepare for departure and arrival. The underlying
principle of this lesson is thorough preflight preparation.
Understanding and attending to preparation will take most of the
uncertainties out of your flight.
In this lesson we will be studying:
Fuel requirements for filing DD-175
Departure point minimums for takeoff
Types of IFR departures
- Standard Instrument Departure
- VFR climb on course
Standard instrument departure (SID)
- Criteria determining type of approach
- Differences between high and low altitude approaches
- Visual approach
- Contact approach
- Circling approach
- Circling area limit
Closing a flight plan
Log Book entries