|Open Loop Instruction|
|Definition||an [[ATC instruction]] that does not include a specified or implied point where the restriction on the trajectory ends and does not include a specified or implied return path to a downstream computed, known or expected trajectory. +|
|Defsource||SESAR Concept of Operations Step 1 Edition 2013 (Ed. 01.02.00) +|
Open-loop instructions are still used by t …
Open-loop instructions are still used by the Controller in time critical situations, for instance: to ensure immediate separation of the aircraft versus conflicting traffic; to avoid adverse weather (for example Cumulonimbus clouds); or to make fine adjustments in the approach phase to maximise the runway throughput.h phase to maximise the runway throughput. +
"Has query" is a predefined property that represents meta information (in form of a subobject) about individual queries.
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