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Old 8th Oct 2020, 01:51
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Canada NADP 1/2?

Which is the preferred noise abatement departure procedure at major Canadian airports, and specifically Winnipeg CYWG, Close in or distant?
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Old 13th Oct 2020, 01:44
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Originally Posted by barrow View Post
Which is the preferred noise abatement departure procedure at major Canadian airports, and specifically Winnipeg CYWG, Close in or distant?
in general prefer NADP2 but if you intend to fly NADP 1 then ATC must be informed.
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Old 15th Oct 2020, 02:28
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Thank you Sir.
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Basically, NADP2 is preferred as it gets you out of the way more quickly. If you are doing NADP1, you will be accelerating more slowly and therefore, ATC may want to increase space for the next guy if he is doing NADP2.
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Old 17th Oct 2020, 15:38
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Originally Posted by Canuck15 View Post
in general prefer NADP2 but if you intend to fly NADP 1 then ATC must be informed.
Do you have a reference?

Jeppesen Canada ATC para 7.6 sound rather flexible on which one to use.
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Old 17th Oct 2020, 17:14
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Transport Canada Aeronautical Info.Man. (TC AIM) RACóRULES OF THE AIR

It is solely up to the pilot in command as to which one to use, if not specifically mandated for that runway/airport.

From Transport Canada AIM: RAC
"NOTE: To assist in planning departure spacing, pilots intending to use NADP 1 at Canadian airports are to notify ATC Clearance Delivery or Ground Control. At airports where NADP 1 is the only procedure to follow, ATC does not need to be notified."
In addition, that warning is posted somewhere on most Canada Air Pilot departure noise abatement procedure plates.

I have never had any questioning about the use of NADP 1, (unless told to Tower for the first time at release for take-off!). There is no pushback if you would prefer to fly one or the other procedure, it is merely to allow ATC to plan the flow of departures.

I feel that sometimes Jeppesen, being an american company, has very little finesse when it comes to non-American procedures.

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Old 17th Oct 2020, 23:02
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Thanks for the reference.
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