IFR Lost Communications - QT

Lesson Quicktakes cover the items that should be memorized from each of the wifiCFI Lessons. They do not cover all of the lesson details in-depth.


SELECTING THE ROUTE TO FLY:

If Lost Comms is experienced in VFR Conditions or VFR Conditions are encountered anytime after Lost Comms = Remain in VFR Conditions and proceed to the nearest suitable airport for landing.


If Lost Comms is experienced in IFR Conditions, follow these steps IN ORDER: (AVEF)

A = Assigned Route.

V = Vectored Routing.

E = Expected Routing.

F = Filed Route.


SELECTING THE ALTITUDE TO FLY:

Select the highest of the following altitudes for each new route segment (MEA):

M = Minimum En-Route Altitude (MEA).

E = Expected Altitude.

A = Assigned Altitude.


ARRIVING AT THE CLEARANCE LIMIT - WITH AN EFC TIME:

When the Clearance Limit is a Waypoint at which an Approach begins:


ARRIVING AT THE CLEARANCE LIMIT - WITHOUT AN EFC TIME:

When the Clearance Limit is a Waypoint at which an Approach begins:


ARRIVING AT THE CLEARANCE LIMIT - WITH AN EFC TIME:

When the Clearance Limit is a Waypoint from which an Approach does not begin:


ARRIVING AT THE CLEARANCE LIMIT - WITHOUT AN EFC TIME:

When the Clearance Limit is a Waypoint from which an Approach does not begin:


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