Jump to content

Recommended Posts

  • 4 weeks later...

Hey Alexander!

If you are flying from a small uncontrolled airport, chances are it doesn't have departure nor arrival procedures. The route you posted above looks correct. It takes you to an fix, then an airway, then a vor/dme, and then direct to the designated arrival airport. If you are in a smaller GA aircraft however, I recommend doing the flight VFR. It will make everything easier on you.

Link to post
Share on other sites
12 hours ago, Jacob Lewis said:

 If you are in a smaller GA aircraft however, I recommend doing the flight VFR. It will make everything easier on you.

That's not necessarily true, and highly dependent on weather.

Alexander, your route seems fine. I would probably file WARDS V487 BTV V104 MPV at 7000 if I was flying (which is almost exactly the same as yours).

Link to post
Share on other sites

JUTEK V487 BTV appears ok for online flight simulation
or ...
For IFR, consider CSU3 CFWSH V487 BTV KMPV at 8,000
For VFR (weather permitting), dct at 7,500
- (In rw, land at airport of entry KBTV; for simulation, CBP irrelevant)

In case you are checking replies Alexander, hope this helps.

Mike / 811317
rz0u.png
 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi there,

You can always use your FPL type Y,Z if the airport is not IFR certified you can start VFR then later switch to IFR.

Yours,

Ismail El Moussati
Northern Africa Division Founder l VATSIM Network Supervisor
Royal Air Maroc Virtual CEO
Virtual AirTraffic Simulation Network

0.png

Link to post
Share on other sites

For the departure airport, real world there is nothing which precludes filing an IFR flight plan, calling for a clearance, obtaining a release; ATC protects the airspace.
If an IFR arrival has already been cleared for the rnav 20 approach, Montreal holds the departure (IFR release) until the landing aircraft cancels IFR. (one in/one out)
For obstructions and alert airspace, refer to departure procedures and climb rate, as published.
© navigraph/ jeppesen 10-9

A composite flight plan, with wx requirements for a VFR departure ... not necessary.
[Vis 1/2 or better; file IFR]


 

CSU3.jpg

Mike / 811317
rz0u.png
 

Link to post
Share on other sites
10 hours ago, Mike Sweeney said:

A composite flight plan, with wx requirements for a VFR departure ... not necessary.

You guys in North America are lucky with such a regulation. In Europe? No way, you need to depart VFR and stay outside controlled airspace until you have been successfully picked by ATC.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
×
×
  • Create New...