U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
Air Traffic Organization Policy

ORDER
JO 7110.65V
Effective Date:
April 3, 2014
 
     
Subject:  Air Traffic Control
Includes: Change 1 dated 7/24/14 with Errata

Chapter 6. Nonradar

Section 1. General

6-1-1. DISTANCE

Use mileage-based (DME and/or ATD) procedures and minima only when direct pilot/controller communications are maintained.

6-1-2. NONRECEIPT OF POSITION REPORT

When a position report affecting separation is not received, take action to obtain the report no later than 5 minutes after the aircraft was estimated over the fix.

REFERENCE-
FAAO JO 7110.65, Para 9-2-7, IFR Military Training Routes.

6-1-3. DUPLICATE POSITION REPORTS

Do not require an aircraft to make the same position report to more than one facility.

6-1-4. ADJACENT AIRPORT OPERATION

TERMINAL

WAKE TURBULENCE APPLICATION

The ATC facility providing service to heavy jets/B757s and having control jurisdiction at adjacent airports must separate arriving or departing IFR aircraft on a course that will cross behind the flight path of a heavy jet/B757 - 2 minutes.
(See FIG 6-1-1 and FIG 6-1-2.)

FIG 6-1-1
Adjacent Airport Operation -- Arrival

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FIG 6-1-2
Adjacent Airport Operation -- Departure

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6-1-5. ARRIVAL MINIMA

TERMINAL

WAKE TURBULENCE APPLICATION

Separate IFR aircraft landing behind an arriving heavy jet/B757 by 2 minutes when arriving:

a. The same runway (use 3 minutes for a small aircraft behind a heavy jet/B757).

b. A parallel runway separated by less than 2,500 feet.

c. A crossing runway if projected flight paths will cross. (See FIG 6-1-3.)

FIG 6-1-3
Arrival Minima
Landing Behind an Arriving Heavy Jet/B757

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