|Quoting flyhossd (Reply 1):|
if the clearance is on a RNAV based departure, the clearance would be "RNAV" and the name of the first waypoint.
|Quoting CosmicCruiser (Reply 4):|
Hey IAHFLYR, we just got a bunch of new RNAV SIDS here in MEM so we're seeing the RNAV to the 1st wpt clearance.
|Quoting apodino (Reply 7):|
It would be nice if all airports had these because as a pilot I would much rather be navigating on my own then relying on Radar Vectors, which are still used too often in my opinion and they would also ease controller burden quite a bit.
|Quoting e38 (Reply 9):|
Is this being implemented at all airports? To the best of my knowledge, they do not use the "RNAV to . . ." phraseology at Salt Lake City International airport (SLC) even though they use RNAV departures.
|Quoting RyDawg82 (Reply 10):|
Additional background and the notice is public information and can be found on the FAA's public website.