These become compulsory reporting points
unless ATC directs otherwise.
Per Handbook 4-1-5, waypoints filed in random RNAV routes automatically become compulsory reporting points
for the flight unless ATC advises you otherwise.
Both SY0 and DHT are solid VOR-TAC symbols, which means they're compulsory reporting points when not in radar contact.
says to report over a compulsory reporting point when on an airway or route, even when VFR-on-top.
Recall that compulsory reporting points are depicted on AeroNav IFR enroute charts by solid triangles.
Compulsory reporting points are also mandated when flying a VFR-on-top clearance.
Hearing "radar contact" means only one thing: You no longer must give position reports over the points defining off-airways routes in your flight plan or over compulsory reporting points
on the charts (e.
True or False: When receiving radar service, you still need to make position reports over compulsory reporting points.
When on a direct route not under radar service, the points that define the route are compulsory reporting points.