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{{#set:definition=1. The minimum time required for a flight, which has declared itself ready to depart, to get from its present holding position to airborne.
 
{{#set:definition=1. The minimum time required for a flight, which has declared itself ready to depart, to get from its present holding position to airborne.
  
2. Amount of minutes to be entered in a REA.
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2. Amount of minutes to be entered in a [[Ready to depart message]] REA.
 
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Minimum time to line-up for take-offMINLINEUP

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Minimum time to line-up for take-off1. The minimum time required for a flight, which has declared itself ready to depart, to get from its present holding position to airborne. 2. Amount of minutes to be entered in a Ready to depart message REA.

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Minimum time to line-up for take-off1. EUROCONTROL (2007), EUROCONTROL Specification for ATS Data Exchange Presentation (ADEXP), Ed. 3 2. EUROCONTROL, NM Glossary (2014)