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"Climb Via SID" On non-altitude restricted SIDs?


Steven Perry
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From the new notice:

 

5. Definitions.

a. Top Altitude. A top altitude is any altitude that is published on the chart as a “maintain” altitude.

This may be published on the graphical portion or the textual portion of the chart.

b. Altitude Restrictions. An altitude restriction is any published altitude that a pilot is required to

meet whilst climbing via a departure. This can include waypoint crossings or DME arc crossings.

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d. SID phraseology.

(1) If a SID has a published top altitude with published altitude restrictions:

“Climb via SID.”

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(3) If a SID has a published top altitude with no published altitude restrictions:

“Climb via SID.”

 

The answers the question some of us had in this thread.

NYARTCC Facility Engineer and Instructor

 

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