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Nav Error Check prior to coast out record what?
- NAVAID Identifier
- MC ANP or FOM
- Course and Distance from PROG page and ND map
What is the tolerance for the Nav Error Check?
4 miles of 4 degrees
What is the 10 min Plotting point information?
- Full Lat/Long
- Flight Level
- MC ANP/FOM
- PID Switch Position
How far out does the US recognize sea claims?
Oceanic Abort the route procedures:
- Turn 45* off
- Offset by 15 NM
- Climb/Descend(500'if<FL410) or (1000'>FL410)
Deviations around Weather, when to get clearance?
Even when a <10 NM the pilot should attempt to get a new clearance.
Deviations around Weather:
- Alert nearby A/C: FL, position, intentions, etc.
- Turn on all lights
- deviations <10nm stay at FL assigned
- deviations >10nm climb 300' as appropriate.
- When returning to track and within 10 nm regain the assigned flight level
- Advise ATC when WX deviation no longer required.
Weather deviation climb descend rule?
- deviations <10 nm, stay at current FL
- Climb toward the equator
- Descend toward the pole 300'
- Ex: flying east, left, descend
- Ex: flying west, left, climb
What is SLOP?
- On track as assigned
- 1 NM RIGHT
- 2 NM RIGHT
Can SLOP offset be made to the Left?
NO, SLOP to the RIGHT ONLY!
When estimated times will change by how much, should the pilot notify ATC?
3 minutes or more
What should you include in the read back if you are assigned a NAT?
What are the vertical dimensions of the MNPS airspace?
FL 285 to FL 420
What is the vertical stack of NAT tracks?
What are the geographical boundaries of MNPS airspace?
- New York Oceanic
- Santa Maria Oceanic
What is the distance between individual NATs?
- 60 miles between tracks.
- (5 min' of longitude)
What is the typical flow of the NATs?
- Westbound flow depart Europe in Morning
- Eastbound flow depart USA in evening
When should you log onto CPDLC? Where is this written?
- 15 -45 min prior
- (MNSP Oceanic Checklist, NAT ops bulletin)
What do you squawk after oceanic entry?
- 2000, 30 min after entry
- (MNPS Oceanic Checklist)
How early should you get your clearance via voice?
at least 40 min prior to entry
How early should you get your clearance via data link?
30-90 minutes prior to entry
What document do you get your CPDLC code for the center you're talking to in?
When requesting a "Sel Call" what must you verify in the HF radio?
That you have your Air Craft Identifier in the HF radio. "ex: ERJQ"
If you're not CPDLC capable what must you do with your reporting Calls?
- Pass to Hilda:
- On the NAT
- Off the NAT
What would you like to do?
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