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CHAPTER SIX
FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
Figure 6-14 Smaller NAVAIDs
When flying on low altitude airways, you may be requested to fly to or report reaching an
intersection. Intersections are assigned a 5 letter name and are defined by either a NAVAID
radial and distance (DME), the intersection of two NAVAID radials, or the intersection of a
NAVAID radial and an ILS Localizer. A solid arrow shows a radial serves to define an
intersection, while an open arrow shows an intersection is defined by both radial and DME from
a NAVAID. The DME is the same as the route mileage. If route mileage is not obvious, DME
from the NAVAIDs to the fix is given in a symbol (Figure 6-15).
Figure 6-15 Symbol for DME from the NAVAID
When traveling between two NAVAIDs on an airway, you should switch your navigation
equipment (VOR or TACAN) to the frequency of the next NAVAID at a specified Change Over
Point (COP). The COP is located midway between the navigation facilities for straight route
segments, or at the intersection of radials or courses forming a dogleg in the case of dogleg route
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ENROUTE LOW ALTITUDE AND AREA CHARTS


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