EN ROUTE CONTROL PROCEDURES
In this lesson you will learn to use methods and procedures to control en route air traffic.
Describe the methods and procedures used to control en route air traffic.
You will be given extracts from Federal Aviation Administration Handbook
You must describe the methods and procedures used to control en route air traffic
according to FAAH 7110.65.
The material in this lesson was derived from the following publication:
FAAH 7110.65, April 1987
This lesson covers instrument flight rule (IFR) flight direction assignment, altimeter setting, and en route
separation minima. A controller must be able to recognize and apply the rules applicable to the
assignment of proper altitudes for flight direction, the issuance of current altimeter settings in a timely
manner, and minimum separation requirements when applying lateral, vertical, or longitudinal