Oceanic

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Oceanic
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Oceanic GK
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  1. Nav Error Check prior to coast out record what?
    • NAVAID Identifier
    • Time
    • MC ANP or FOM
    • Course and Distance from PROG page and ND map
  2. What is the tolerance for the Nav Error Check?
    4 miles of 4 degrees
  3. What is the 10 min Plotting point information?
    • Full Lat/Long
    • Time
    • Flight Level
    • MC ANP/FOM
    • PID Switch Position
  4. How far out does the US recognize sea claims?
    12 NM
  5. Oceanic Abort the route procedures:
    • Turn 45* off
    • Offset by 15 NM
    • Climb/Descend(500'if<FL410) or (1000'>FL410)
  6. Deviations around Weather, when to get clearance?
    Even when a <10 NM the pilot should attempt to get a new clearance.
  7. 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.
  8. 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
  9. What is SLOP?
    • On track as assigned
    • 1 NM RIGHT
    • 2 NM RIGHT
  10. Can SLOP offset be made to the Left?
    NO, SLOP to the RIGHT ONLY!
  11. When estimated times will change by how much, should the pilot notify ATC?
    3 minutes or more
  12. What should you include in the read back if you are assigned a NAT?
    TMI number
  13. What are the vertical dimensions of the MNPS airspace?
    FL 285 to FL 420
  14. What is the vertical stack of NAT tracks?
    1,000'
  15. What are the geographical boundaries of MNPS airspace?
    • New York Oceanic
    • Gander
    • Reykjavik
    • Shanwick
    • Santa Maria Oceanic
  16. What is the distance between individual NATs?
    • 60 miles between tracks.
    • (5 min' of longitude)
  17. What is the typical flow of the NATs?
    • Westbound flow depart Europe in Morning
    • Eastbound flow depart USA in evening
  18. When should you log onto CPDLC? Where is this written?
    • 15 -45 min prior
    • (MNSP Oceanic Checklist, NAT ops bulletin)
  19. What do you squawk after oceanic entry?
    • 2000, 30 min after entry
    • (MNPS Oceanic Checklist)
  20. How early should you get your clearance via voice?
    at least 40 min prior to entry
  21. How early should you get your clearance via data link?
    30-90 minutes prior to entry
  22. What document do you get your CPDLC code for the center you're talking to in?
    The GOLD
  23. 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"
  24. If you're not CPDLC capable what must you do with your reporting Calls?
    • Pass to Hilda:
    • On the NAT
    • 30W
    • Off the NAT

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