Minimum Altitudes

We all (should) know the common MEA and such, but what about the unpublished ones, like MVA and MIA. Know how those are used?

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Instrument training is littered with acronyms and abbreviations. Altitudes like MEA, MCA, MOCA, OROCA can end up being the bane of students. And that’s just the en-route altitudes. When we get into the terminal environment, we then have the procedural MEAs on SIDs and STARs and, of course, the minimum—and sometime maximum—altitudes for the various […]
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