altitude restriction

altitude restriction (ALTRV)

Altitude(s) designated by ATC (air traffic control) that must be maintained by all aircraft until they arrive at a particular place or time.
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Read this report and get upset: upset that air traffic control set them up; upset that the pilots failed to realize a stabilized approach was impossible the moment the altitude restriction was issued and that they forgot their stable approach rules.
An altitude restriction was issued because of PAR traffic at 2,000 feet.
It was observed that with these revisions, several helicopters which otherwise met all requirements but had been rejected due to the altitude restriction, would now come into the reckoning.
Right up until the point where BOTH my flight lead and I complacently descended thru an altitude restriction.
He climbed through the 9,000-foot altitude restriction outside the target complex in an effort to attain the apex of his popup maneuver.
They said Capt Ashby had violated the mission's 517mph speed limit and 2,000ft altitude restriction.
Testing and development of UAVs has sometimes clashed with FAA concerns about operating UAVs in controlled airspace, most recently during tests of the Outrider UAV in Texas, where an FAA altitude restriction caused the aircraft to lose its datalink due to horizon masking.
When Norfolk issued the release, they also assigned an altitude restriction of 2,000 feet to account for an aircraft crossing west of the airfield at 2,500 feet.
Japan gave the go-ahead last September for test flights of the 12 Ospreys that had arrived at the Iwakuni base last July, as Tokyo and Washington agreed on a set of measures to ensure safe operations by putting altitude restrictions in place for low-altitude flights.
Because government-owned land generally has more aircraft altitude restrictions than privately-owned land, strikes may be more likely to occur over privately owned land.
Users can track live flights in any of the 120 TRACONS included in ATCsimulator(R)2 and interact with virtual targets to issue approach or departures clearances, speed and altitude restrictions, and execute handoffs to appropriate facilities.
Under the legislation, FAA and the Park Service must consider flight bans, flight-free zones, and altitude restrictions to preserve natural quiet in parks.