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Old 20th Oct 2023, 17:20
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NAT Min separation

What is the minimum distance between traffic on a track? Obviously we’re not all at the same speed, but wondering for the instance of looking to climb to same altitude as traffic you’ve overtaken.
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Nat Doc 008 describes separation minima in NAT airspace. It’s not quite as simple as a single separation distance, it depends on relative tracks, mach no. etc etc.

Can’t post the URL as I’ve less than 8 posts but just google Nat Doc 008.



May I oblige ? nat doc 008 - nat asm - All Documents (icao.int) JT
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