Resume own navigation
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Return to Pilot Training Program. Having said that, I do have a question about what the phrase "resume own navigation" implies, especially as it applies to IFR. Here's the context for my question. Controller comes on line and says: Maintain present heading.
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I don't know if this is a question or just an observation-- I have noticed that when I fly IFR in FS09, soon after takeoff I get the instruction to "Resume own navigation. But on a lot of flights shorter ones, especially I start getting vectors from ATC right away, and if I try to fly my plan, they say "Please expedite your turn to whatever heading they instructed. So I guess the question is, in either real life or sim flight, when does ATC allow you to fly the plan, and when do they start to give you vectors? Is FS09 doing that just because I am within a certain distance of the destination, or what?
If you wish to contribute or participate in the discussions about articles you are invited to join SKYbrary as a registered user. Each sector boundary is at least 3 miles from the obstruction used to determine the MVA in that sector. In order to avoid cases of large sectors with an excessively high MVA because of isolated prominent obstacles, the obstacle may be enclosed in a buffer area which boundaries are at least 3 miles from the obstacle. The minimum vectoring altitude in each sector provides ft above the highest obstruction in non-mountainous areas and ft above the highest obstacle in designated mountainous areas.