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IPH Chapter 1

CHAPTER TITLE: Departure Procedures


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IPH Chapter 1. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Procedures Handbook.


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FIGURE 1-1

Airport diagram included on the Oshkosh, Wisconsin VOR RWY 9 Approach Chart as depicted in the IFR TPP.


FIGURE 1-2

Airport diagram of Oshkosh, Wisconsin as depicted in the A/FD section of the CS.


FIGURE 1-3

Excerpts from the Chart Supplement (Airport Facility Directory section) of Naples Muni, Naples, Florida.


FIGURE 1-4

Key airport lighting and markings.


FIGURE 1-5

FAA recommendations for reducing runway incursions.


FIGURE 1-6

Example of runway hot spots located at Long Beach/Daugherty Field Airport (KLGB).


FIGURE 1-7

Los Angeles International Airport diagram, North Route, and standardized taxi route.


FIGURE 1-8

Examples of non-standard takeoff minimums for Colorado Springs, Colorado.


FIGURE 1-9

Examples of weather information of various flight information publications (FLIP).


FIGURE 1-10

RVR conversion table.


FIGURE 1-11

AWSS installation at Driggs-Reed, Idaho.


FIGURE 1-12

CS entry for an AWOS station.


FIGURE 1-13

Examples of IFR alternate minimums.


FIGURE 1-14

Previous TERPS departure procedures.


FIGURE 1-15

Diverse Departure Obstacle Assessment to 25/46 NM.


FIGURE 1-16

New TERPS departure procedures.


FIGURE 1-17

Rate of climb table.


FIGURE 1-18

Examples of takeoff minimums obstacle clearance.


FIGURE 1-19

Part 25 turbine-powered, transport category airplane OEI actual (gross) takeoff flight path and OEI net takeoff flight path.


FIGURE 1-20

Airport/runway analysis example.


FIGURE 1-21

Graphic ODP/booklet front matter.


FIGURE 1-22

SID chart.


FIGURE 1-23

Transition routes as depicted on SID.


FIGURE 1-24

Example of a common SID at Denver, Colorado.


FIGURE 1-25

Example of a radar SID at Denver, Colorado.


FIGURE 1-26

Departure procedure notes and cautionary statements.


FIGURE 1-27

RNP departure levels.


FIGURE 1-28

Flight plan equipment codes (continued on next page).



FIGURE 1-29

Examples of RNAV SID.


FIGURE 1-30

Examples of RNAV ODP.


FIGURE 1-31

Fly-over and fly-by waypoints.


FIGURE 1-32

Operation requirements for RNAV.


FIGURE 1-33

Crossing altitude is there to support an ATC requirement.


FIGURE 1-34

New charting standard without ATC annotations.


FIGURE 1-35

Diverse vector area establishment criteria.


FIGURE 1-36

Examples of takeoff minimums obstacle clearance.


FIGURE 1-37

Noise abatement SID.


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