Casa conducts north west flight path checks each flight with the assistance of the RAAF’s F/A-18E Hornets and the Canberra Airport, Canberra

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In late October this year, following the departure of the Australian troops from Afghanistan, the Air Force carried out a routine flyover of Canberra to allow the Air Force Tornado to land and refuel. At this stage of the mission the Canberra Airport is used for these type of air-to-ground checks.

Air-to-Ground check procedures

All Australian Air Force Tornado fighter aircraft take off from Canberra Airport as follows:

Air-to-Ground take off at 10.00am AEST by a Tornado, from Canberra Airport

the aircraft can fly as fast as 80km/h

the aircraft can stay aloft for at least 15 minutes

after takeoff, the aircraft can remain aloft for 30 minutes without any change from the departure route

Airlines can change from the departure route by passing a clearance (travelling allowance) to the aircraft using the flight director. This will allow the aircraft to make a change in the aircraft’s take-off attitude and be able to proceed straight for the next area of interest. This clearance can be required for flights from Canberra Airport to RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus or Malta

Airlines may change their flight itinerary for the day via the flight director and the aircraft will take off from Canberra Airport.

Airlines may not change their aircraft’s route on their scheduled departure at a certain time (such as 9:00am) with a clear Air Traffic Control (ATC) clearance. This is a normal procedure for every aircraft to change their aircraft’s route.

If the air traffic control clearance is not available (for example due to po바카라 돈 따는 법wer cuts to the Canberra Airport) then aircraft can land at the nearest runway at the destination, that is:

Aircraft can land at any airport, and for most, this is their home and the safest airport

There is no restriction on how long aircraft can stay on the runway and for what runway

When an aircraft lands at a given airport, the pilots do not need to leave the aircraft behind as long as t바카라he landing area is clear of any obstructions

At airports with designated taxiways, the pilot will leave the aircraft, to make sure that it is no longer obstructed and to let his / her co-pilot (the Flight Director) know

Aircraft must take off in the same manner and to th