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MEA

Minimum En-route AltitudeBetween 2 fixes, terrain clearance of 1000' (or 2000' over high ground) within airway (5nm either side of centre).

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MORA

Minimum Off-Route AltitudeProvides clearance within 10nm either side of route centreline. (MORA has an 'a' e.g. 5000a)Clears terrain by 1000' below 5000' and 2000' above 5001'

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Aerodrome RFFS Category for CL604/5

Level 4

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MSA

Minimum Sector AltitudeClearance of 1000' above obstacles in a ring of usually 25 miles around a fix.

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Take off alternate not required criteria

Weather not less than applicable landing minima.

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Take-off alternate requirements for 2 engined A/C:

Within 1 hour flying time at 1 engine cruise in still air at actual TOM.

Met indicates wx above landing minima ± 1 hour either side ETA.

Runway and wx suitable for single engine landing.

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Destination and Alternates weather restriction on take-off

At ETA for destination and/or alternate met report must be above applicable minima.

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Two Alternate Aerodromes must be planned when:

Weather reports indicate that ETA ± 1Hr the weather will be below planning minima or;

No met is available.

Fuel to reach the farther must be planned (obviously!)

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Destination Alternate not required to be planned:

If the planned flight duration is <6 hours and;

  • 2 separate runways are available and;
  • Met forecast ETA ±1 Hour the approach from MSA can be made in VMC.

Or

  • The destination is remote (No Alternate exists).

With no alternate, extra fuel to hold for 15 mins at 1500' must be carried and;

A non-RNP (inc RNAV GNSS) approach must be available.

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Destination planning weather criteria:

ETA ±1hrRVR/vis as on the approach chart;

Non-precision: ceiling >50' above MDH (TAG for CDFA)

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Ceiling definition:

More than 50% of the sky covered with cloud i.e. not few or scattered, but broken or overcast.

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Alternate planning criteria:

For ± 1hr ETA:

CAT1: Ceiling and vis above non-precision approach minima;

Non-precision: Ceiling +200' (+50' for TAG CDFA) and vis +1000m above non-precision minima.

Circling: Ceiling and vis above circling minima. (For TAG, ceiling is +50')

A non-RNP (inc RNAV GNSS) approach must be available.

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RVR minimum for take-off

No LVP = 400m

with LVP = 125m

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Lowest minima for circling approach:

CAT C: 600'

MDH; 2400m vis

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Lowest minima for visual approach:

RVR 800m

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Lowest MDH for GNSS (LNAV) approach:

250'

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Lowest MDH for localiser only:

250'

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Lowest MDH for VOR only approach:

300'

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Lowest MDH for VOR/DME approach:

250'

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Lowest MDH for NDB

350'

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Precision approaches in CL604

ILS only

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RVR for landing. Min values CAT 1 ILS

  • Touchdown RVR is controlling (550m or as published).
  • Mid-point must be above 125m
  • Stop-end must be above 75m

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Reserve Fuel consists of:

  • Contingency fuel
  • Alternate fuel
  • Final Revserve
  • Additional fuel

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Contingency Fuel is:

The higher of:

  1. 5% of trip fuel with NO en-route alternate;
  2. 3% of trip fuel WITH an en-route alternate.

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Alternate Fuel must consist of enough fuel for:

  1. A missed approach from MDA/DA;
  2. Missed approach to cruise level and route to alternate;
  3. Approach and landing at alternate.

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Final Reserve Fuel definition:

Fuel to hold for 30 mins at 1500' above aerodrome level in ISA at ELM at the Alternate.

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Additional Fuel

a) If the planned fuel doesn't cover engine failure or depressurisation. It is enough for:

  1. Descent and flight to adequate aerodrome;
  2. Hold for 15 mins at 1500' in ISA:
  3. Approach and landing.

b) Enough for 15 mins holding at 1500' in ISA if no alternate planned.

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Passenger masses:

  • Male 203 lb;
  • Female 163 lb;
  • Children 77 lb;
  • Bags 33 lb.

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CTOT Slots

Aircraft should be at the hold by the CTOT. The Slot is 5 mins before and 10 mins after the CTOT.

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Dangerous Goods: Ammunition.

5kg per person. TAG approval required.

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Dangerous Goods Classes:

 

  1. Explosive
  2. Gases
  3. Liquids (flammable)
  4. Solids (flammable)
  5. Oxidising Agents
  6. Toxic substances.
  7. Radioactive
  8. Corrosive.

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MOR reporting time

Report to the CAA within 72 hours

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MOR must be filed for:

Accidents/Serious incidentsAirproxBirdstirkeDG accidents or incidentsTCAS RAUnlawful interference (hijack)Hazardous conditions (e.g. wake turbulence.)

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CVR FDR recordings kept for:

60 days

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Lowest MDH for NDB/DME

300'

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Sterile Cockpit Rule

  • Engine Start
  • Last 2000' before level-off
  • Climbing in VS above 30,000'
  • Below 10,000' or MSA

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LVP in force when:

  • RVR less than 400m (not less that 125m) or;
  • Cloud ceiling below 200'