Please take a look at the MIA5 depatarture from KOPF:
The instructions seem in conflict. Specifically, suppose you are taking off RW 270R and want the WINCO transition.
The textual instructions are:
- climb heading 273°, thence....
- ....maintain 2000 or higher altitude and expect vectors to appropriate transition. Expect further clearance to filed altitude 10 minutes after departure.
OK - that is straightforward essentially runway heading to vectors to WINCO.
However, there is a third text segment on page 2 regarding the WINCO transition:
"From over DHP VORTAC on DHP R-322 to WINCO INT"
DHP is a LEFT turn from OPF and would take the airplane directly across the KMIA departure / arrival paths; WINCO is a right turn. Which is it? What do I do in lost comm? Why do they have "from over DHP" I would expect the instruction to be "climb heading 273° to intercept DHP R-322 to WINCO"
Also, if I load that procedure into Garmin Pilot, it just shows a path direct from OPF to DHP then to WINCO which I know is wrong.