4-4-2. ROUTE STRUCTURE TRANSITIONS

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  • 4-4-2. ROUTE STRUCTURE TRANSITIONS

    To effect transition within or between route structures, clear an aircraft by one or more of the following methods, based on NAVAIDs or RNAV:

    1. Vector aircraft to or from radials, courses, or azimuths of the ATS route assigned.
    2. Assign a SID/STAR.
    3. Clear departing or arriving aircraft to climb or descend via radials, courses, or azimuths of the ATS route assigned.
    4. Clear departing or arriving aircraft directly to or between the NAVAIDs forming the ATS route assigned.
    5. Clear aircraft to climb or descend via the ATS route on which flight will be conducted.
    6. Clear aircraft to climb or descend on specified radials, courses, or azimuths of NAVAIDs.
    7. Clear RNAV aircraft between designated or established ATS routes via random RNAV routes to a NAVAID, waypoint, airport or fix on the new route. Provide radar monitoring to aircraft transitioning via random RNAV routes.
    8. Provide radar monitoring to RNAV equipped aircraft transitioning via random RNAV routes.

    EXCEPTION. GNSS−equipped aircraft /G, /L, /S, and /V on point−to−point routes, or transitioning between two point−to−point routes via an impromptu route.

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