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Flight procedure

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A flight procedure is the plan of operations that an aircraft has to follow while in the vicinity of an airport, in order to departure or land.

See also


D. Anderson, J. Robinson, and J. Towler, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA; D. Pate, Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma City, OK; S. Barnes, L. Boniface, D. Lankford, and G. Legarreta, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC; G. McCartor, Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma City, OK; E. Lassooij, International Civil Aviation Organization, Montreal, Canada; E. Bailey, Eurocontrol, Brussels, Belgium; and R. Putters, Civil Aviation Authority Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Simulation Modeling in the Development of Flight Procedures and Airport Standards - AIAA-2005-5879 AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference and Exhibit, San Francisco, California, Aug. 15-18, 2005 published by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

John-Paul B. Clarke; Nhut T. Ho; Liling Ren; John A. Brown; Kevin R. Elmer; Katherine Zou; Christopher Hunting; Daniel L. McGregor; Belur N. Shivashankara; Kwok-On Tong; Anthony W. Warren; Joseph K. Wat Continuous Descent Approach: Design and Flight Test for Louisville International Airport - Journal of Aircraft 2004 0021-8669 vol.41 no.5 (1054-1066)

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Published - July 2009

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