|Minimum Vectoring Altitude|
|Definition||the lowest altitude, expressed in feet AMSL (Above Mean Sea Level), to which a radar controller may issue aircraft altitude clearances during vectoring/direct routing except if otherwise authorized for radar approaches, departures and missed approaches. +|
|Defsource||SKYBRARY, reference tool for aviation safety knowledge, [http://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/Minimum_Vectoring_Altitude_%28MVA%29?utm_source=SKYbrary&utm_campaign=2ae9a273ea-SKYbrary_Highlight_30_04_2012&utm_medium=email] +|
|Note||In some sources, this altitude is also referred to as Minimum Flight Altitude (MFA), Minimum Radar Vectoring Altitude (MRVA) or ATC Surveillance Minimum Altitude (ASMA). (''same source'') +|
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|Categories||Navigation , Airspace and/or Routes|
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