14. INSTRUMENT. 20 SEP 2012. 15 NOV 2012. 18 OCT 2012. DEPARTURE. PROCEDURES. This publication is required for this class. Enabling Learning Objective H ACTION: Plan and conduct a departure from an airfield
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20 SEP 2012
15 NOV 2012
18 OCT 2012
This publication is required for this class
REF: AIM Pg 5-2-5/6
T/O from an Airport: Climb 210 Feet Per Nautical Mile
Feet Per Minute
Ceiling and Visibility requirements are for the “aviator flying the aircraft (P*) on takeoff.”
Ref: AIMS para 5-2-8
No ODP is published
Minimum rate of climb: 200Ft/Nm
No turn until passing: 400 Ft AGL
Use at Airports without an
Index Of Instrument Procedure
Determine if IFR Take-Off minimums (Non Standard) are published for departure airport.
Using the computer code –
(KIENO 1 • KIENO)
(from Approach Chart)
Location and layout of helipads
MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE
Index Of Instrument
Determine if a
Standard Instrument Departure (SID)
is available for an airport.
CLIOS 2 • CLIOS
Name of procedure
Computer coded identifier for use on flight plans
Receive ATC clearance.
Hover Taxi Instructions
Hover Taxi Instructions
Clearance for TAKE-OFF
ATC controller after Take-off
As directed by ATC
Initial Departure Heading
BASIC DEPARTURE PROCEDURE
Army 12345 turn left to heading 300.
Aircraft may be vectored from Cairns to OPPTO intersection.
Army 12345 turn left to heading 210.
BASIC SID ends at OPPTO intersection
NOTE: Basic procedure ends at HOUND
Flying the MARIANNA Transition
Double bar set to MAI 114.0 NAV 2 Single bar set to OZR 111.2 NAV 1
Single bar reset to RRS 111.6 NAV 1
Double bar set to MAI 114.0 NAV 2 Single bar set to RRS 111.6 NAV 1
When the departure is to be vectored immediately following Takeoff:
The aviator is advised before takeoff of the initial heading to be flown
Departure control vectors the aircraft to either a navigation facility or an en route position appropriate to the departure clearance
1. What is the Primary Purpose of a departure procedure?
2. What are the two types of departure procedures?
3. If no OPD or SID is published, what type of instrument departure will you make?