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Robert Zweck 12th May 2017 09:49 AM

STAR Clearances
What are the STAR clearances for...



Adrian B 12th May 2017 09:56 AM

Hi Robert

Unless you are after something specific and dont have this link try here:

Air Services Australia Charts

Maybe Kevie, Blaka or Gold Coast for YBBN?

MarkR 12th May 2017 02:37 PM

Stars are the reverse of SIDS, specifically a set flight path for arrivals designed to fullfill noise abatement requirements, airspace segregation, maximum track handling capacity and to reduce pilot/controller workload and air/ground communications. They also provide assured tracking and stabilised approaches by allowing controllers and crews to base aircraft separation and profile on published tracks, with a STAR paired with a SID to maintain separation in the terminal area.

Dave J 13th May 2017 09:19 AM

Adelaide to Brisbane they issue the SINNK arrival to 19. For runway 01, we generally intercept final approach at GLENN which is on our flight planned track.

Adelaide to Melbourne we get the ARBEY arrival to all runways. They do have the option of using the TUNKA arrival to 34, but it all depends on what arrival and departure configuration they're using at the time. 99% of the time it will be the ARBEY star.

Hope that helps.

Robert Zweck 13th May 2017 12:35 PM

Thanks for the replies. Just the info I was after.

GLENN was once a STAR in name , I recall tracking from Adelaide over the top of Amberley, then chucking a sharp 30 deg LH turn at GLENN to intercept final for RWY 01.

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