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Old 25th Apr 2006, 06:41
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Jepp MOCA/MEA/MORO/MSA corrections

Does anyone know what , if any, temperature or wind corrections are covered in the published figures?
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Old 26th Apr 2006, 16:45
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As far as I know, the only factor taken into account is Qnh=960hPa.

In fact, it's recommended somewhere that YOU do consider low temperatures or high winds kickin' up when flying close to large mountains, hence reducing the local pressure due to Venturi effect.

That's theory, at least.

Anyway, I think driftdown policies and tables within most airlines will take into account some headwind and low temp.

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Altimeter corrections; ICAO PANS-OPS Vol 1 Doc 8168 Part 3 Chapter 4. The text starts on Page 242 and the tables are on Page 245.
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