# Shared Flashcard Set

## Details

7110.65S Ch.6
26
Other
Not Applicable
07/23/2008

Term
 Wake Turbulence: Adjacent Airport Ops Arrival into one airport and a Heavy Jet/B757 is departing from an adjacent airport?
Definition
 Insure 2 min. behind Heavy Jet/B757Pg. 6-1-1 FIG 6-1-1
Term
 Wake Turbulence: Adjacent Airport OpsDeparture from one airport where a Heavy Jet/B757 is arriving at an adjacent airport?
Definition
 Insure 2 minutes behind Heavy Jet/B757Pg. 6-1-1 FIG 6-1-2
Term
 Nonreceipt of position report:What is needed when a position report affecting separation is not received?
Definition
 Take action to obtain the report no later than 5 minutes after the A/C was estimated over the fix.Pg. 6-1-1
Term
 T or FIs an A/C required to make the same position report to more than one facility?
Definition
 FALSE Pg. 6-1-1
Term
 Wake Turbulence Arrival Minima:Separate IFR A/C landing behind an arriving Heavy Jet/B757 by 2 minutes when arriving?
Definition
 A.  The same runway (use 3 minutes for a small A/C behind a Heavy Jet/B757B.  A parallel runway separated by less than 2500 ft.C.  A crossing runway if projected flight paths will cross. Pg. 6-1-1 & 6-1-2
Term
 Separate A/C that will fly courses diverging by ___ degrees or more after departing the same or adjacent airports?
Definition
 45 degrees
Term
 What are the 3 minima when A/C will fly diverging courses?
Definition
 1.  Immediately after takeoff - 1 minute until courses diverge.REF. FIG 6-2-1 2.  Within 5 minutes after takeoff - 2 minutes until courses diverge.REF. FIG 6-2-23.  Within 13 miles DME/ATD after takeoff - 3 miles until courses diverge.REF. FIG 6-2-3
Term
 How many feet most exist between the centerlines of parallel runways in order to authorize simultaneous takeoffs?
Definition
 3500ft. REF FIG 6-2-4
Term
 What conditions must exist when authorizing simultaneous takeoffs on nonintersecting runways?
Definition
 1.  Runways must diverge by 30 degrees or more.2.  Distance between runway centerlines at and beyond the points where takeoffs begin is at least:     A.  2000ft. and the runways diverge by 15-29          degrees inclusive.     B.  3500ft. and the runways diverge by less             than 15 degrees.REF FIG 6-2-5
Term
 What conditions must exist in order to authorize takeoffs on intersecting runways?
Definition
 Preceding A/C has passed the point of runway intersection and the runways diverge by 30 degrees or more,or runways diverge by 15 to 29 degrees inclusive and the preceding A/C has commenced a turn. REF FIG 6-2-6 & 6-2-7
Term
 What is the minima for the separation of A/C that will fly the same course and the following A/C will climb through the altitude assigned to the leading A/C?
Definition
 3 minutes until the following A/C passes through the assigned altitude of the leading A/C;or 5 miles between DME equipped A/C; RNAV equipped A/C using ATD; and between DME and ATD A/C provided the DME A/C is either  10000ft or below or outisde of 10 miles from the DME NAVAID. REF FIG 6-2-8 & 6-2-9
Term
 What are the 4 ways to separate A/C longitudinally?
Definition
 1.  Depart at a specified time2.  Arrive at a fix at a specified time3.  Hold at a fix until a specified time4.  Change altitude at a specified time or fix REF 6-4-1
Term
 What is the phraseology for an A/C to arrive at a fix at a specified time?
Definition
 CROSS (fix) AT OR BEFORE (time) or CROSS (fix) AT OR AFTER (time) REF 6-4-1
Term
 What is the minima for a departing A/C following a preceding A/C which has taken off from the same or adjacent airport and is mainting a speed of 44kts or faster?
Definition
 5nm separation REF FIG 6-4-1
Term
 What is the minima for a departing A/C following a preceding en route A/C which has reported over a fix serving the departure airport and is maintaining a speed at least 44kts or faster?
Definition
 5nm Separation REF FIG 6-4-2
Term
 What is the minima for an en route A/C following a preceding en route A/C which has reported oveer the same fix and maintaining a speed at least 44kts or faster?
Definition
 3 minutes separation REF FIG 6-4-3
Term
 A departing A/C following a preceding A/C which has taken off from the same or an adjacent airport and is maintaining a speed at least 22kts or faster?
Definition
 10NM separation REF FIG 6-4-4
Term
 What is the minima for a departing A/C following a preceding en route A/C which has reported over a fix serving the departure airport and is maintaining a speed of 22kts or faster?
Definition
 10nm REF FIG 6-4-5
Term
 What is the minima for an en route A/C following a preceding en route A/C which has reported over the same fix at a speed of 22kts or faster?
Definition
 5 Minutes REF FIG 6-4-6
Term
 What is the minima between DME equipped A/C; RNAV equipped A/C using ATD; between DME and ATD A/C provided the DME A/C is either 10,000ft or below or outside of 10nm from the DME NAVAID...where one A/C is either ascending or descending though the other A/C altitude?
Definition
 10NM REF FIG 6-4-7
Term
 What is the minima between A/C ascending or descending through another A/C altitude where the A/C are not DME or RNAV equipped?
Definition
 5 minutes if all of the following conditions are met:1.  The descending A/C is leading OR climbing A/C is following.2. The A/C are separated by not more than 4,000ft when the altitude change started.3.  The change is started within 10 minutes after a following A/C reports over a fix reported over by the leading A/C or has acknowledged a clearance specifying the time to cross the same fix. REF 6-4-3
Term
 What are 4 different methods for lateral separation?
Definition
 1.  Clear A/C on different airways or routes whose widths or protected airspace do not overlap.2.  Clear A/C below 18,000ft to proceed to and report over or hold at different geographical locations determined visually or by reference to NAVAIDs.3.  Clear A/C to hold over different fixes whose holding pattern airspace areas do not overlap each other or other airspace to be protected.4.  Clear departing A/C to fly specified headings which diverge by at least 45 degrees. REF 6-5-1
Term
 What is the DME Arc Minima?
Definition
 1.  at 35 miles or less from the NAVAID - 10 miles2.  more than 35 miles from the NAVAID - 20 miles REF 6-5-3
Term
 What is the lateral separation between an arc about a NAVAID and other airspace to be protected?
Definition
 1.  35 miles or less from the NAVAID - 5 miles2.  More than 35 miles from the NAVAID - 10 miles  REF FIG 6-5-3
Term
 Vertical Separation: When an A/C has reported leaving an altitude, can you assign that altitude to another A/C?
Definition
 Yes REF 6-6-1
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