by Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Air Traffic Service, Flight Services Division in Washington .
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9) Minimum IFR Altitude (MIA) The MIA for operations is prescribed in 14 CFR Part These MIAs are published on aeronautical charts and prescribed in 14 CFR Part 95 for airways and routes, and in 14 CFR Part . COPs are prescribed for Federal airways, jet routes, area navigation routes, or other direct routes for which an MEA is designated under 14 CFR Part 95 The COP is a point along the route or airway . phases of light, to include en route navigation. 14 CFR P § , is the basis for the course to be lown. Unless authorized by ATC, to operate an aircraft within controlled airspace under IFR, pilots must either. fly along the centerline when on a Federal airway or, on routes . off-airway routes, or route segments which meets. obstacle clearance requirements for the entire route. segment and which assures acceptable navigational. signal coverage only within 25 statute (22 nautical) miles of a VOR. (Refer to 14 CFR Part ) (Refer to 14 CFR Part
45 IFR ENROUTE LOW/HIGH ALTITUDE U.S. & ALASKA CHARTS AIRSPACE INFORMATION LOW ALTITUDE AIRWAYS HIGH ALTITUDE ROUTES SINGLE DIRECTION ROUTES DIRECTION OF FLIGHT INDICATOR SUBSTITUTE ROUTE UNUSABLE ROUTE BY-PASS ROUTE AIRWAY RESTRICTION V4 J4 VHF / UHF Data is depited in Black LF / MF Data is depicted in Brown RNAV Route . The hard part of IFR flight after obtaining your rating is not the flying so much as surviving while you fill all the experience gaps not covered in your training. Lighter traffic at night means you are more likely to get an off-airway direct route Never select a non-precision approach in low IFR . nb - has to do with reception with off airway OROCA Within the quadrangles of latitude and longitude shown on this IFR enroute low altitude chart the Off Route Obstruction Clearance Altitude (OROCA) is the altitude which guarantees 1,foot obstacle clearance in non . 8. Route of Flight 9. Destination (Name of airport and city) Est. Time Enroute Hours Minutes Remarks Pilot's Name, Address, Tel # & Aircraft Home Base # Aboard 4. True Airspeed Knots .
The FAA publishes a generic index of preferred routes between certain city pairs in the Chart Supplement (formerly the Green Book). I found these of limited value and can be cumbersome to . Let's say I want to go from KABC to KXYZ direct (off-airway), and I'm trying to figure out the minimum IFR altitude. says the minimum IFR en-route would be (i) In the case of operations over an area designated as a mountainous area in part 95 . 14 CFR Part 95 prescribes altitudes governing the operation of aircraft under IFR on Federal airways, jet routes, RNAV low or high altitude routes, and other direct routes for which a . airway, (or Part 95 direct route or documented non-Part 95 off-airway route). For the latter, the limits of the airway (or route) will serve as the associated MIA area boundary. b. Establish the MIA for each .