Departure Procedures (DPs) contain information on specific departures routing from airports.
Proper usage will result in an orderly traffic flow and a decreased aircrew/air controller
FLIP General Planning
DPs for NAS PENSACOLA
801. LESSON TOPIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Locate, interpret, and apply information on FLIP Departure Procedures.
F.8.1. Extract departure information from the planview of DPs.
F.8.2. Extract departure information from the written route description of DPs.
NAS Pensacola DPs
802. DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
DOD DPs are incorporated in the appropriate High or Low Altitude approach plates, placed after
the approach procedures, but before the airport diagrams. DPs are divided into two sections:
route description and planview. The route description contains navigation and altitude
information for the departure. The planview shows the route from overhead while repeating
route description information (Figure 8-1).