terminal route

terminal route

A track defined by course, minimum altitude, and distance for bringing an aircraft from an initial approach fix to a fix from which a letdown procedure can be made. In some countries, terminal route altitudes are provided by ATC (air traffic control) when not charted.
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Then, this value of the terminal route network is the capacity of terminal airspace.
GEM, based in Naperville outside of Chicago, operates video gaming terminal route in Illinois.
Of the 77 buses, eight will take the Talisay City-Mactan Airport route while 22 will take the SRP-North Bus Terminal route. About 36 buses will serve the Mandaue City-SM Seaside City route.
There are at least three approach roads -- the main Mehrauli Terminal route, Jain Dadawadi Road and Andheria Modh -- to Mehrauli village and other areas, but these circumvent the park.
The lower half of the men can be seen hidden in the truck's false bottom CHECKS UK Border Agency officers at North Shields Ferry Terminal ROUTE The Albanians made their way on a lorry from Bucharest
The terminal route past dilapidated porches Some of which, by the way,
(PENN: NASDAQ) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Illinois video gaming terminal operator US-based video gaming terminal route operator Prairie State Gaming in an all cash transaction, the company said.
As a side note, the TERPS obstacle evaluation area width doesn't change until the 30 mile point, regardless of whether it's on a terminal route or not.
Some of the benefits of using GPS routing to an ILS rather than conventional navaid-based routing include designing terminal routes for noise abatement, reducing flying miles by eliminating course reversals, and allowing locator outer markers to be shut down, thus saving on maintenance expenses.

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