Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationAircraft · 7 years ago

Give IFR/VFR clearances for these routes?

PRCH9 DINTY R576 DENNS

DAL900

CRUISE: 32000

DEP:KLAX

ARR:KPHL

UAL511:

KLAX-KSFO

ROUTE: VTU5 RZS

CRUISE: 32000

THANKS

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  • John R
    Lv 7
    7 years ago
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    There's no such thing as a "VFR Clearance", and no VFR at all at 32000 ft. That's class A airspace, there is no VFR allowed. The term "clearance" means ATC will maintain a block of airspace clear of traffic for your plane. The only time a VFR flight receives a clearance is entering class B airspace, or being cleared to land.

    I'm not sure what you are looking for - the possible route of an IFR clearance? The "route" you provided for LAX to SFO is nothing more than a published instrument departure procedure and the SAN MARCUS VOR near Santa Barbara, it's not a route to SFO. The "route" for PHL is even worse - "DENNS" is an intersection near Hawaii.

    When you file IFR you have to provide a planned route of flight - with any luck the actual clearance is simply "cleared as filed".

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