A Good Pilot is Always Learning

Instrument Rating Oral Exam and Checkride2

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County airport, climb 2700 as published, then as filed......" how do you climb to 2700? (departure procedures) 4. Your departing William Morse State airport and told to proceed direct CAM VOR then V123..... What does that X flag mean? 5. How are you going to climb up to 4500ft from an airport at 827 ft only 8 miles away? (he suggested that you request from ATC a hold and climb in the hold up to 4500ft) Looking at the Enroute Charts 1. What do the following symbols mean? What does the top number mean? What does this number mean? What does MEA guarantee? What do the blue numbers represent? What is the difference between the bracketed intersection on the left and the non bracketed intersection on the right? What does it mean?

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