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Features December 2019 Issue


Class is back in session for the second course on the basics of procedure design. This time we’ll be examining how enroute and departure segments are constructed.

Last month, we gave you a survey course on what happens behind the scenes of approach procedures (“TERPS 101”). That’s a prerequisite for this course, since we’re going to build on what was covered in that article to examine the nuts and bolts of other types of procedures. In case you didn’t complete the prerequisite, let’s quickly go over what you need to know.

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