Speeds

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Speeds

Unread postby EFT » Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:41 am

What does no ATC speeds mean? Can you disregard the TMA speeds, the SLPs on a STAR as well as the airspace limit of 250 kts below 10000ft, or which are included/excluded?
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Re: Speeds

Unread postby Thndr_strck » Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:00 pm

All of the above
When in doubt...DON'T !!
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Re: Speeds

Unread postby Breytiesj » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:49 pm

Kind of common sense....
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Re: Speeds

Unread postby Alnahas » Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:00 am

Star and Sid can be cancel by act but 250 below 10000 can't be exceeded
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Re: Speeds

Unread postby happyskipper » Sun Jul 16, 2017 1:39 pm

Alnahas wrote:Star and Sid can be cancel by act but 250 below 10000 can't be exceeded


That sounds more accurate.
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Re: Speeds

Unread postby DavidPilot1 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:42 am

Aircraft speed
91.06.9 (1) Unless otherwise authorised by the Director, no person shall, outside controlled airspace and below flight level 100, fly an aircraft at an indicated air speed of more than 250 knots.
(2) Unless otherwise authorised or required by an ATSU, no person shall fly an aircraft within a control zone or an aerodrome traffic zone at an indicated air speed of more than—

(a)
160 knots, in the case of a reciprocating-engine aircraft; or

(b)
200 knots, in the case of a turbine-powered aircraft:
Provided that if the minimum safe indicated air speed for a particular flight is greater than the maximum indicated air speed prescribed in this regulation, the aircraft may be flown at the minimum safe indicated air speed.



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