(a) Vector will take the aircraft off the assigned procedures containing altitude instructions,
such as instrument approaches or nonradar standard instrument departures (SIDs).
(b) Previously issued clearance included crossing restrictions.
(9) If appropriate, advise the pilot what to expect when the vector is complete.
PHRASEOLOGY: EXPECT TO RESUME (route, SID, or standard terminal arrival route [STAR]).
NOTE: You must ensure that the pilot is made aware if he is expected to resume a previously issued
route or procedure.
(10) Provide radar navigational guidance until the--
(a) Aircraft is established within the airspace to be protected for the nonradar route to be
(b) Aircraft is on a heading that will, within a reasonable distance, intercept the nonradar
route to be flown.
(c) Pilot is informed of the aircraft's position unless the aircraft is equipped with area
navigation or distance measuring equipment (DME) and being vectored toward a VORTAC, TACAN,
or way point and within the service volume of the NAVAID.
PHRASEOLOGY: (position with respect to the course or fix along the route) RESUME OWN
FLY HEADING (degrees) UNTIL RECEIVING (name of NAVAID or way
point). THEN PROCEED DIRECT.
RESUME (name-number SID, transition, STAR, or procedure).
(11) Inform a pilot when a vector will take the aircraft across a previously assigned nonradar
PHRASEOLOGY: EXPECT VECTOR ACROSS (NAVAID or radial)(airway or route) FOR