|Open Loop Clearance|
|Definition||an ATC clearance that does not include a specified or implied point where the restriction on the trajectory ends. +|
|Defsource||SESAR Consortium (2007) CONOPS Acronyms and Definitions, Task 2.2.2 - Milestone 3, Document Number: DLT-0612-222-02-00 +|
Most tactical clearances take this form; t …
Most tactical clearances take this form; they include heading (including track offset), level, and speed restrictions and exceptionally could also cover rates of climb or descent. Open-loop clearances are cancelled (closed) by a further instruction from the controller that defines how the flight should revert to the [[Reference Business Trajectory]] (RBT).e [[Reference Business Trajectory]] (RBT). +
"Has query" is a predefined property that represents meta information (in form of a subobject) about individual queries.
|Open Loop Clearance + , Open Loop Clearance + , Open Loop Clearance + , Open Loop Clearance +|
|Categories||Operational category , Network Operation|
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