I am an ATC'r stationed overseas where we service two military airfields. The runways are 3 miles apart but converge. Our current regulations require aircraft from one airfield to delay in takeoff position while another aircraft is released or cleared for an approach to the other airfield, in order to protect from the missed approach point or departure route. However, our SIDS are designed to turn aircraft 45 degrees away from the other converging airport, but we are still required to wait.
We are in class G airspace with one airport 24/06 and the other, just south about 3.8 miles, on rwy 29/11. 90% of the time Rwys 24/29 are in use. The closest point of divergence, I'll have to double check for the exact distance however, the 24 departure SID is an immediate right turn off departure end, diverging at least 45 degrees from the missed approach or even departure of the southern airport in contention. Current rules require releases to be held if one or other other airports is departing aircraft however, it seems like the flight path deconflicts initially, making this unnecessary. I'll double check the distance, but our airspace isn't a factor. It's simply cutoff procedures that seem as a fail safe way of preventing an issue should the pilots heavily deviate from the SID (essentially flying rwy heading off 24) but very restrictive during departure phases.
Is there ANY way around this? Is it legal to clear both aircraft for departure with a SIDs that deconflict by 45 degrees from seperate airfields?