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    Posted: 09 Nov 2021 at 7:58pm
A = At or above (altitude)
B = Below (altitude)

I think
Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of earth...
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Originally posted by bill3810 bill3810 wrote:

I was getting a bunch of Point Outs all the time from the HEDLY and HITAG departures.  I went into the DB and looked at altitudes for KAINS, HITAG CIMBA and FORKK and no restrictions really.  So for the HITAG1 DEP i put 07000B for HITAG &  KAINS and 07000A for FORKK.

For the HEDLY1 DEP I put 05000B for CIMBA and 06000B for FORKK.

Now there is separation at Fork for the 2 crossing departures and no more is DEP asking for point outs.


May you help me and write where this db file is located? What letters A and B at the end of altitude means?


Edited by blublub - 09 Nov 2021 at 12:55pm
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To point out to another controller type the two letter position you want to point out to (for example, 1D to point out to Miami north departure), then the splat (shift-8) and slew the target you are pointing out. A yellow "po" will flash next to the data tag indicating the point out is pending. When accepted, the target will turn yellow.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote aambury Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Jun 2019 at 11:43am
How do I point out to another controller?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Salad Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Jan 2019 at 8:21pm
Oh yes, so I see....LOL
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No he got it right he first time :-)

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I think you mean pass off....Smile
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Be careful with those point outs. In the real world you'd speak with the other controller who would tell about his plan for the aircraft: speed, altitudes, vectors. If you accept a point out, you're responsible for vectoring your aircraft around it. Since we don't get that information here, the point out aircraft is literally an unpredictable variable. You can usually guess which SID it's departing along, and you can sort of eyeball a likely range of altitudes, but you don't really know. On Miami North Approach, the point outs will travel through the HILEY STAR lane if you accept them. If you type UN (meaning "unable") and slew the flashing yellow target, you'll indicate to the other controller that he can piss off, and he will keep his traffic within his own airspace.

You can use this the other way, too, to travel your aircraft through some other guy's airspace. Very useful if you're neighbor is slow and you're busy.
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I was getting a bunch of Point Outs all the time from the HEDLY and HITAG departures.  I went into the DB and looked at altitudes for KAINS, HITAG CIMBA and FORKK and no restrictions really.  So for the HITAG1 DEP i put 07000B for HITAG &  KAINS and 07000A for FORKK.

For the HEDLY1 DEP I put 05000B for CIMBA and 06000B for FORKK.

Now there is separation at Fork for the 2 crossing departures and no more is DEP asking for point outs.
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Thanks guys excellent 
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