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Aeronautical Information Manual

Chapter 5. Air Traffic Procedures

Section 1. Preflight

  • 5-1-1. Preflight Preparation
  • 5-1-2. Follow IFR Procedures Even When Operating VFR
  • 5-1-3. Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) System
  • 5-1-4. Flight Plan - VFR Flights
  • 5-1-5. Operational Information System (OIS)
  • 5-1-6. Flight Plan- Defense VFR (DVFR) Flights
  • 5-1-7. Composite Flight Plan (VFR/IFR Flights)
  • 5-1-8. Flight Plan- IFR Flights
  • 5-1-9. International Flight Plan- IFR Flights
  • 5-1-10. IFR Operations to High Altitude Destinations
  • 5-1-11. Flights Outside the U.S. and U.S. Territories
  • 5-1-12. Change in Flight Plan
  • 5-1-13. Change in Proposed Departure Time
  • 5-1-14. Closing VFR/DVFR Flight Plans
  • 5-1-15. Canceling IFR Flight Plan
  • 5-1-16. RNAV and RNP Operations

Section 2. Departure Procedures

  • 5-2-1. Pre-taxi Clearance Procedures
  • 5-2-2. Pre-departure Clearance Procedures
  • 5-2-3. Taxi Clearance
  • 5-2-4. Line Up and Wait (LUAW)
  • 5-2-5. Abbreviated IFR Departure Clearance (Cleared...as Filed) Procedures
  • 5-2-6. Departure Restrictions, Clearance Void Times, Hold for Release, and Release Times
  • 5-2-7. Departure Control
  • 5-2-8. Instrument Departure Procedures (DP) - Obstacle Departure Procedures (ODP) and Standard Instrument Departures (SID)

Section 3. En Route Procedures

  • 5-3-1. ARTCC Communications
  • 5-3-2. Position Reporting
  • 5-3-3. Additional Reports
  • 5-3-4. Airways and Route Systems
  • 5-3-5. Airway or Route Course Changes
  • 5-3-6. Changeover Points (COPs)
  • 5-3-7. Holding

Section 4. Arrival Procedures

  • 5-4-1. Standard Terminal Arrival (STAR), Area Navigation (RNAV) STAR, and Flight Management System Procedures (FMSP) for Arrivals
  • 5-4-2. Local Flow Traffic Management Program
  • 5-4-3. Approach Control
  • 5-4-4. Advance Information on Instrument Approach
  • 5-4-5. Instrument Approach Procedure Charts
  • 5-4-6. Approach Clearance
  • 5-4-7. Instrument Approach Procedures
  • 5-4-8. Special Instrument Approach Procedures
  • 5-4-9. Procedure Turn and Hold-in-lieu of Procedure Turn
  • 5-4-10. Timed Approaches from a Holding Fix
  • 5-4-11. Radar Approaches
  • 5-4-12. Radar Monitoring of Instrument Approaches
  • 5-4-13. ILS/MLS Approaches to Parallel Runways
  • 5-4-14. Parallel ILS/MLS Approaches (Dependent)
  • 5-4-15. Simultaneous Parallel ILS/MLS Approaches (Independent)
  • 5-4-16. Simultaneous Close Parallel ILS PRM Approaches (Independent) and Simultaneous Offset Instrument Approaches (SOIA)
  • 5-4-17. Simultaneous Converging Instrument Approaches
  • 5-4-18. RNP SAAAR Instrument Approach Procedures
  • 5-4-19. Side-step Maneuver
  • 5-4-20. Approach and Landing Minimums
  • 5-4-21. Missed Approach
  • 5-4-22. Use of Enhanced Flight Vision Systems (EFVS) on Instrument Approaches
  • 5-4-23. Visual Approach
  • 5-4-24. Charted Visual Flight Procedure (CVFP)
  • 5-4-25. Contact Approach
  • 5-4-26. Landing Priority
  • 5-4-27. Overhead Approach Maneuver

Section 5. Pilot/Controller Roles and Responsibilities

Section 6. National Security and Interception Procedures

  • 5-6-1. National Security
  • 5-6-2. Interception Procedures
  • 5-6-3. Law Enforcement Operations by Civil and Military Organizations
  • 5-6-4. Interception Signals
  • 5-6-5. ADIZ Boundaries and Designated Mountainous Areas
  • 5-6-6. Visual Warning System (VWS)
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