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We all (should) know the common MEA and such, but what about the unpublished ones, like MVA and MIA.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

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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