DEVIATION (restrictions if necessary) APPROVED, MAINTAIN (altitude), (if necessary, MAINTAIN (speed)), EXPECT
TO RESUME (SID, STAR, etc.) AT (NAVAID, fix, waypoint).
NOTE: After a climb via or descend via clearance has been issued, a vector/deviation off of a SID/STAR cancels
all published altitude and speed restrictions on the procedure. The aircraft's Flight Management System (FMS)
may be unable to process crossing altitude restrictions once the aircraft leaves the SID/STAR lateral path.
Without an assigned altitude, the aircraft's FMS may revert to leveling off at the altitude set by the pilot,
which may be the SID/STAR published top or bottom altitude.
Provide radar navigational guidance until the aircraft is:
Established within the airspace to be protected for the nonradar route to be flown, or
On a heading that will, within a reasonable distance, intercept the nonradar route to be flown, and
Informed of its position unless the aircraft is RNAV, FMS, or DME equipped and being vectored toward a
VORTAC/TACAN or waypoint and within the service volume of the NAVAID.
(Position with respect to course/fix along route), RESUME OWN NAVIGATION, FLY HEADING (degrees). WHEN ABLE,
PROCEED DIRECT (name of fix), RESUME (SID/ STAR/transition/procedure).
FAA Order JO 7110.65, Chapter 4, Section 1, NAVAID Use Limitations.
FAA Order JO 7110.65,Paragraph 4-5-7, Altitude Information.
Aircraft instructed to resume a procedure which contains published crossing restrictions (SID/STAR) must be
issued/reissued all applicable restrictions or be instructed to Climb Via/Descend Via.
CLEARED DIRECT (NAVAID, fix, waypoint) CROSS (NAVAID, fix, waypoint) AT/AT OR ABOVE/AT OR BELOW (altitude)
CLIMB VIA/DESCEND VIA (SID/STAR)
“Cleared direct Luxor, resume the Ksino One arrival, comply with restrictions.”
“Cleared direct HITME, cross HITME at or above one one thousand, climb via the Boach Five departure.”
Aircraft may not be vectored off an Obstacle Departure Procedure (ODP), or issued an altitude lower than published
altitude on an ODP, until at or above the MVA/MIA, at which time the ODP is canceled.
NOTE: Once an aircraft has been vectored off an Obstacle Departure Procedure, the procedure is canceled and ATC
cannot clear the aircraft to resume the ODP.