immediate takeoff

immediate takeoff

An expression used by ATC (air traffic control) to indicate that the pilot is expected to taxi onto the runway and take off in one continuous movement.
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Both agencies are aiming for a formal signing of a memorandum of agreement by their respective Secretaries in September, which will commence Lipad's immediate takeoff.
Wednesday, and was met by the immediate takeoff of Taiwanese jets, reports said.
Then, suddenly, you get the IFR release and a clearance for immediate takeoff because there's a Citation on a three-mile final.
The controller said in a transmission to the plane, ''Expect immediate takeoff,'' to indicate that the aircraft would soon receive formal authorization to take off, without realizing that the terminology is generally used by the control tower only when granting or canceling permission to take off.
When we got clearance for an immediate takeoff, we hurried on to the runway to take off in the small window the tower had cleared for us.
1 position ready for immediate takeoff. Over." The tower: "FF81 to 106--you are clear to takeoff.
Tower: "Speedbird 123, cleared for immediate takeoff, Runway 27.
In addition, I really disfavor a long complicated set of departure instructions thrown in with the takeoff clearance, such as: "November 12X, leaving 1000 turn right heading 250 until leaving 2000 then further right 350; amend altitude maintain 3000 till further advised; cleared for immediate takeoff, wind 220 at 20, gusting 29."
In your recent article, "An Evening with ATC," regarding Taxi Into Position and Hold (TIPH), no mention was made as to whether "clear for immediate takeoff" clearances from the tower can still be used.
"November 345, I'll get you out next if you can be ready for an immediate takeoff," he said.

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