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FAA Issues Notice on Improper Use of Teterboro RNAV Departures

Nov. 1, 2013

The FAA has issued a notice regarding the improper acceptance of RUUDY Four departures from Teterboro Airport (TEB) by aircraft not RNAV 1 capable.

The improper filing and acceptance of RUUDY Four departures (RNAV) at TEB by aircraft not RNAV 1 capable, has contributed to an unacceptable increase in lateral Pilot Deviations (PDs). Vertical PDs have also increased due to improper automation management and knowledge of Instrument Departure Procedures. The risk of a near mid air collision (NMAC) with arrivals at Newark Liberty Airport (KEWR) makes the precise navigation on departure, both laterally and vertically, critical.

View the Notice: Improper Use of Teterboro RNAV Departures - RUUDY FOUR

Teterboro Airport Flight Crew Briefing

Departure Procedures

Teterboro Ruudy Four Departure (239 KB, PDF)

Teterboro Eight Departure Page 1 (302 KB, PDF)

Teterboro Eight Departure Page 2 (385 KB, PDF)

For More Information

For more information, contact NBAA's Dean Snell at dsnell@nbaa.org.