4-5-2. FLIGHT DIRECTION

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  • 4-5-2. FLIGHT DIRECTION

    Clear aircraft at altitudes according to the TBL 4-5-1.

    TBL 4-5-1 Altitude Assignment
    Aircraft Operating On course degrees magnetic Assign Examples
    Below 3,000 feet above surface Any course Any altitude  
    At and below FL 410 0 through 179 Odd cardinal altitude or flight levels at intervals of 2,000 feet
    • 3,000,
    • 5,000,
    • FL 310,
    • FL 330
    180 through 359 Even cardinal altitude or flight levels at intervals of 2,000 feet
    • 4,000,
    • 6,000,
    • FL 320,
    • FL 340
    Above FL 410 0 through 179 Odd cardinal flight levels at intervals of 4,000 feet beginning with FL 450
    • FL 450,
    • FL 490,
    • FL 530
    180 through 359 Odd cardinal flight levels at intervals of 4,000 feet beginning with FL 430
    • FL 430,
    • FL 470,
    • FL 510
    One way routes (except in composite systems) Any course Any cardinal altitude or flight level below FL 410 or any odd cardinal flight level above FL 410
    • FL 270,
    • FL 280,
    • FL 290,
    • FL 300,
    • FL 310,
    • FL 410,
    • FL 430,
    • FL 450
    Within an ALTRV Any course Any altitude or flight level  
    In aerial refueling tracks and anchors Any course Altitude blocks as requested. Any altitude or flight level
    • 050B080,
    • FL 180B220,
    • FL 280B310
    In aerial refueling tracks and anchors Any course Altitude blocks as requested. Any altitude or flight level
    • 050B080,
    • FL 180B220,
    • FL 280B310
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