INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE CHARTS/PROCEDURES

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  1. What does TERPs stand for?
    Standard for Terminal Instrument Procedures
  2. What is an obstacle-free departure?
    Flight path climbing at least 200 feet per NM - 400ft above airport elevation within 2NM before turning
  3. DP
    ODP
    SID
    • Departure Procedure
    • Obstacle Departure Procedure
    • Standard Instrument Departure
  4. To add a transition to a departure you should:
    Put the departure ID followed by a period with the transition code - ex: DAWNN3.IIU
  5. RVV
    RVR
    Prevailing Visibility
    • Runway Visibility Value - reported in SM or fractions of miles
    • Runway Visual Range - reported in hundreds of feet
    • Greatest distance weather observer can seeĀ 
  6. Upside-down triangle with a white T:
    Non-standard minimums for approach/departure chart and or IFR departure procedures are published
  7. What must you have to fly a DP?
    A graphic or textual description of the DP in your possesion

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MarkBeaty
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INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE CHARTS/PROCEDURES
Updated:
2012-08-29 03:50:02
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Review of instrument departure charts for instrument rating
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