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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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.