ATC can cancel a speed restriction in a variety of ways, the first being a simple phrase: "Resume normal speed
." That removes any previous ATC-assigned speed requirement.
They were 19 per cent slower to resume normal speed
after braking and were more likely to crash.
Resume normal speed
. As published As published RESUME PUBLISHED As published As published SPEED.
We have a new phrase, "resume published speed," and the AIM redefines what ATC means by "resume normal speed
Much of this confusion can be attributed to the often-heard ATC instruction to "resume normal speed." Receiving such an instruction should make a pilot pause to ask the existential question of "what is normal?" Until recently, the answer depended on whether there was a published speed restriction that applied to your route or not.
Most significantly, the use of "resume normal speed" has been scaled back to be issued only when no other speed restriction exists.
Trains will not be cleared to resume normal speeds
until the safety procedures are completed.