How to exit a hold thats part of a DP?

How to exit a hold thats part of a DP?

Postby PenfoldPilot » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:02 am

If I fly a hold that's part of a DP when is the correct time/location to exit it? I'm thinking you finish the inbound to the vor/fix and then continue on from there, but I had something happen to me this week that confuses me, should I just exit mid hold when I reach the altitude described in the DP?

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Re: How to exit a hold thats part of a DP?

Postby Keith Smith » Fri Oct 19, 2018 9:39 am

practically speaking, I can't think of many situations where it will make much of a difference either way.
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Re: How to exit a hold thats part of a DP?

Postby PenfoldPilot » Fri Oct 19, 2018 12:23 pm

Keith Smith wrote:practically speaking, I can't think of many situations where it will make much of a difference either way.


I'll give that a go and see how it ends up. Lots of info out there for getting into a hold but not obvious how to leave one if not given ATC instruction.
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Re: How to exit a hold thats part of a DP?

Postby sono » Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:18 pm

For an obstacle departure procedure (ODP), you may have to climb in a hold until the altitude mentioned in the procedure. Once you are at that altitude I cannot see it matters as you say.

The example plate just says "proceed enroute"

(Jepp plates have an advantage over FAA in that that ODP are shown directly on the airport plates)
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