INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE PROCEDURES

Updated: Dec 8, 2020

Instrument Departure Procedures Lesson by wifiCFI

Introduction

Instrument Departures are used to safely navigate an aircraft from takeoff to the en-route flight structure.

In this lesson we will examine a departure procedure from KOGD Airport.

The departure example in this lesson is an Obstacle Departure Procedure (ODP).

We suggest studying the ground school lesson entitled “Departure Procedures” prior to studying this lesson.

EMONT TWO DEPARTURE – Runway 03

Airport Name

Departure Name

Airport Frequencies

Pictorial Description

Navigation Aids

Runway Takeoff Minimums

Obstacle Notes

Textual Route Description


How to Fly the Departure


Instrument Rating ACS Standards

Establish proper two way radio communications.

Select, tune, and identify the proper navigation facility.

Comply with ATC/Examiner Clearances.

Use correct and proper departure publications.

Establish proper airplane configurations and airspeeds.

Maintain Altitude +/- 100’.

Maintain Heading +/- 10 Degrees.

Maintain Airspeed +/- 10 KIAS.

Maintain Course Deflection less than 3/4 scale.

Explain and use proper flight deck displays.

FAA Sources Used for This Lesson

Instrument Flying Handbook

Instrument Airmen Certification Standards (ACS)


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