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Departure Procedures. Chapter 4 Section B. Takeoff Minimums. Prevailing visibility Runway visibility value (RVV) Runway Visual Range (RVR). IFR Departure Procedures. Standard 200’/nm climb gradient 35’ at end of runway 400’ HAA before turning Nonstandard Avoidance by climb or heading

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departure procedures

Departure Procedures

Chapter 4 Section B

takeoff minimums
Takeoff Minimums
  • Prevailing visibility
  • Runway visibility value (RVV)
  • Runway Visual Range (RVR)
ifr departure procedures
IFR Departure Procedures
  • Standard
    • 200’/nm climb gradient
    • 35’ at end of runway
    • 400’ HAA before turning
  • Nonstandard
    • Avoidance by climb or heading
    • denoted by T on IAP
    • description in front of IAPs
rate of climb table
Rate of Climb Table

Climb Rate

Ft. per NM

Ground Speed

departure procedures general
Departure Procedures(general)
  • Climb and descents
  • What is meant by “resume own navigation”?
  • Radar contact means only that AC is on screen.
departure procedures general1
Departure Procedures(general)
  • If VFR conditions, make gentle turns to scan for traffic
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(Refer to figure 85.) What route should you take if cleared for the Washoe Two Departure and your assigned route is V6?

A. Climb on the LOC south course to WAGGE, turn left and fly direct to FMG VORTAC. If at 10,000 turn left and proceed on FMG R 241; if not at 10,000 enter depicted holding pattern and climb to 10,000 before proceeding on FMG R 241.

B. Climb on the LOC south course to cross WAGGE at 9,000, turn left and fly direct to FMG VORTAC and cross at or above 10,000, and proceed on FMG R 241.

C. Climb on the LOC south course to WAGGE where you will be vectored to V6.

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(Refer to figure 85.) What route should you take if cleared for the Washoe Two Departure and your assigned route is V6?

C. Climb on the LOC south course to WAGGE where you will be vectored to V6.

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(Refer to figure 85.) What procedure should be followed if communications are lost before reaching 9,000 feet?

A. At 9,000, turn left direct to FMG VORTAC, then via assigned route if at proper altitude; if not, climb in holding pattern until reaching the proper altitude.

B. Continue climb to WAGGE INT, turn left direct to FMG VORTAC, then if at or above MCA, proceed on assigned route; if not, continue climb in holding pattern until at the proper altitude.

C. Continue climb on LOC course to cross WAGGE INT at or above 9,000, turn left direct to FMG VORTAC to cross at 10,000 or above, and continue on assigned course.

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(Refer to figure 85.) What procedure should be followed if communications are lost before reaching 9,000 feet?

B. Continue climb to WAGGE INT, turn left direct to FMG VORTAC, then if at or above MCA, proceed on assigned route; if not, continue climb in holding pattern until at the proper altitude.

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4.4.4.9.1.A.1 J16

(Refer to figure 85.) What is the minimum rate climb per NM to 9,000 feet required for the WASH2 WAGGE Departure?

A. 400 feet.

B. 750 feet.

C. 875 feet.

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4.4.4.9.1.A.1 J16

(Refer to figure 85.) What is the minimum rate climb per NM to 9,000 feet required for the WASH2 WAGGE Departure?

A. 400 feet.

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4.4.4.9.2.A.1 J16

(Refer to figure 85.) Of the following, which is the minimum acceptable rate of climb (feet per minute) to 9,000 feet required for the WASH2 WAGGE departure at a GS of 150 knots?

A. 750 feet per minute.

B. 825 feet per minute.

C. 1,000 feet per minute.

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4.4.4.9.2.A.1 J16

(Refer to figure 85.) Of the following, which is the minimum acceptable rate of climb (feet per minute) to 9,000 feet required for the WASH2 WAGGE departure at a GS of 150 knots?

C. 1,000 feet per minute.