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For an IFR arrival into Coventry they usually assign GROVE1C and then turn you off it when close. You fly so close to Bimingham it makes sense. See number 2 in the plate.

EGTK Oxford

The UK SRD lists the following entry:

ADEP/Entry SID Min Max Route-Segment STAR ADES/Exit Remarks Scenario
RINTI MC 145 L10 BUZAD GROVE1C EGBE

Last Edited by wbardorf at 13 Jun 15:36
EGTF, EGLK, United Kingdom

Airport connectivity requirements for IFPS flight plans differ by airspace/country and are listed in this document:

https://www.nm.eurocontrol.int/RAD/1806/docs/RAD%20APPENDIX%2005.xls

See tab “General ARR DEP Conditions” and then some more airport-specific ones under tabs “DEP” and “ARR”.

Wolfgang

EGTF, EGLK, United Kingdom

wbardorf wrote:

Airport connectivity requirements for IFPS flight plans differ by airspace/country and are listed in this document:

https://www.nm.eurocontrol.int/RAD/1806/docs/RAD%20APPENDIX%2005.xls

See tab “General ARR DEP Conditions” and then some more airport-specific ones under tabs “DEP” and “ARR”.

Wolfgang

I looked, but didn’t find anything in RAD Appendix 5…

Your previous suggestion (SRD) is more likely.

LFPT, LFPN

That sort of thing is sure to confuse a lot of people, because there is no easy way to find where GROVE1C is published. The EGBE plates are just VFR:

It was the same with the Paris (Pontoise in the case I had) case. In theory you would need to have hundreds of pages of plates accessible – all the major airports around Paris. The airport containing the said procedure was named deep in the AIP…

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