A link has been sent to your friend's email address. However not recommended practice at busier times, phone calls were made to onward sectors to ensure that it was not overlooked about the separation issue. Just like pre RVSM, 300 was a legit level but almost never used as it would block the normal hemispherical levels at 290 and 310.
I am puzzled i didnt think it was a level? Just add two 0's to the end and that is your height.
How else would you climb an aircraft to 430 from 410 when it is already separated from 400. Can some enlightened ATC boffin answer my question.
ET Feb. ICAO Annex 5 and Supplement give a partial listing of the units of measurement used in most countries. It was only when the flights were passed to the next FIR, and a query was received, that it was realised that they had been like that for quite a period of time.
Today some of the corporate jets can fly at 51,000 feet.
Also, each country establishes a maximum altitude at which VFR flight may be conducted. Every airplane has a certified maximum altitude. If not, then why? Forums New posts Search forums.
Nor did my 'creativity' generate any adverse comment from a trapper who witnessed my using an altitude above Transition Level for a minute or so.
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New Posts. Sometimes a pilot will be more concerned with a quick flight than with fuel burn.
Direction of flight Each country establishes general rules regarding proper altitudes for direction of flight. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. So to answer the original question, it depends on the ambient air pressure on any given day.