off-airways

off-airways

[′ȯf ′er‚wāz]
(aerospace engineering)
Pertaining to any aircraft course or track that does not lie within the bounds of prescribed airways.

off-airways

Pertaining to any aircraft course or track that does not lie along and within the bounds of prescribed airways.
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Navigating by VORs, place FRD information in your navigation log for legs you wish to fly off-airways, as from PTW to CHLSE, or use the crossing radial, LRP012 as above.
The minimum reception altitude (MRA) assures reception of off-airways navaids used to define intersections.
If you file for an off-airways route you'll need to review the sector altitudes on sectional or en route charts for the minimum altitude for each sector through which you'll fly.
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.