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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
CHAPTER EIGHT
4.
Route of flight:
AS FILED
5.
Altitude data:
16,000
6.
Holding instructions:
NONE
7.
Special information:
NONE
8.
Frequency and transponder code information:
276.4, squawk 4023"
Clearance Limits
Initial clearance granted to departing aircraft will include, whenever practicable, the destination
airport as the clearance limit. ATC may, however, utilize short-range clearance procedures in
lieu of clearance to the destination airport. When any part of the route beyond the short-range
clearance limit differs from that requested in the original flight plan, the clearance will include
the proposed routing beyond the clearance limit, preceded by the words "expect further
clearance" (EFC).
Figure 8-1 Clearance Limits
When a flight has been cleared to a fix short of its destination airport, additional clearance to
proceed beyond or instructions to hold at the fix will be issued at least five minutes before the
aircraft is estimated to reach the fix. If additional clearance has not been received and you still
have two-way communications with the center, hold in accordance with the depicted pattern. If
no pattern is depicted, enter a standard holding pattern on the course from which the aircraft
approached the fix.
INTRODUCTION TO GROUND, AIRBORNE, LOST COMMUNICATION, AND
EMERGENCY VOICE PROCEDURES 8-15


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