AREA NAVIGATION AND TERMINAL AREA TRAFFIC CONTROL

N. B. Hemesath and J. M. H. Bruckner

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Abstract: Area navigation is (and has been) regarded as the means for more efficient and safe utilization of airspace both en route and in the terminal area. The DOT/FAA NAS policy summary states that terminal area navigation “will play an increasingly, important role, including the use of standard instrument arrival and departure routings. Later, area navigation with vertical path computer will come into being further enhancing the capability for procedural control.”
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 21, Number 3
Pages: 258 - 263
Cite this article: Hemesath, N. B., Bruckner, J. M. H., "AREA NAVIGATION AND TERMINAL AREA TRAFFIC CONTROL", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 21, No. 3, Fall 1974, pp. 258-263.
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