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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
c.
Because SID is cancelled, controller must now
provide assigned altitudes
EXAMPLE:
DEPARTURE CONTROL: “TALON 45: cross one
three DME at one two thousand and four four DME
at one three thousand.”
PILOT: “TALON 45, cross one three DME at one
two thousand and four four DME at one three
thousand.”
E.
STAR 2.9.4.1.2.3
1.
A STAR is a pre-planned instrument flight rule (IFR)
air traffic control arrival procedure published for pilot
use in graphical and/or textual form. STARs provide
transition from the en route structure to an outer fix
or an instrument approach fix/arrival waypoint in the
terminal area. Its purpose is to simplify clearance
delivery procedures.
2.
Until the military fully distributes STAR publications,
STARs will be issued to military pilots only when
requested in the flight plan or orally by the pilot.
Still, some of the “preferred” routes in the A/P-1A
contain STARs. Use of STARs requires pilot
possession of at least the APPROVED textual
description. As with any ATC clearance or portion
thereof, it is the responsibility of each pilot to accept
or refuse an issued STAR. Pilots should notify ATC
if they do not wish to use a STAR by placing “NO
STAR” in the remarks section of the flight plan or by
the less desirable method of orally stating the same
to ATC. Remember, this option may result in
terminal delays and holding.
(2-02) Original
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