has crossed the runway end.
When proper procedures are applied, the chance of conflict is ended. (page 2-10, para
SVFR aircraft is 500 feet below the IFR aircraft.
Clear the SVFR aircraft at or below an altitude that is at least 500 feet below any
conflicting IFR traffic. (page 2-17, para 8d)
If the arriving IFR aircraft is less than one mile from the landing airport, the minimum
separation required one-half mile. (page 2-19, para 8i(2)(a))
Both aircraft courses will diverge by at least 30 degrees after takeoff. (page 2-19, para
The IFR aircraft is more than one mile from the airport. (page 2-19, para 8i(2)(b))
When the pilot states "Have numbers," he is informing the controller that he is aware of
the runway in use and the current wind and altimeter setting. A repeat will not be
necessary. (page 2-1, para 1)
prominent geographical fixes
Prominent geographical fixes are easily seen by a pilot from the air. (page 2-2, para 1g)