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A SID (Standard Instrument Departure) is a procedure for departing an airport and joining the airway structure. A STAR (Standard Terminal Arrival Route) is a procedure from the airway structure onto an approach.

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The Instrument Procedure Handbook says on page 3-18 "Arrival delays typically are absorbed at a metering fix. This fix is established on a route prior to the terminal airspace, 10000 feet or …
asked Jun 29 '17 by lemonincider
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Let's say you just took off from the TACOMA airport and were flying ATOME TWO DEP. ARRIE transition. The Seattle tower instructs you "direct to ZUMBI" and to contact Departure, and you contact Depar …
asked Mar 8 '18 by lemonincider
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"JetBlue six zero two leaving flight level two one zero descending via the Ivane Two arrival landing south." Does "landing south" here mean the aircraft will be landing on the runways north to south? …
asked Sep 11 '17 by lemonincider
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FAA SID charts show the top altitude, the maximum altitude you can climb to when cleared for the SID. Do Jeppesen SID charts also show the top altitude? I checked some of them but couldn't find it. If …
asked Oct 14 '17 by lemonincider
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Let's say there are altitude restrictions at 5000ft, 11000ft, 15000ft, 18000ft on a SID chart. While you were following the SID (under ICAO rules), the Departure tells you "Climb 12000ft, cancel altit …
asked May 5 '18 by lemonincider