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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
SUMMARY
Sg 8, fr 1
Review Menu
This lesson has focused on the following topics:
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Fuel requirements for filing DD-175
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Departure point minimums for takeoff
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Types of IFR departures
-  Standard Instrument Departure
-  RADAR
-  VFR climb on course
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Standard instrument departure (SID)
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Published approaches
-  Criteria determining type of approach
-  Differences between high and low altitude approaches
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Other approaches
-  Visual approach
-  Contact approach
-  Circling approach
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Closing a flight plan
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Log Book entries
CONCLUSION
As your flight planning experience continues to grow you will
become more efficient at arranging the details of your flight.
Determining what type of approach to use at destination or what
departure minimums apply to your takeoff is critical. The more
you examine these details, the better prepared you will be for the
unexpected.
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