ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

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Owen Catherwood
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ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

Post by Owen Catherwood » Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:14 pm

Lots of IAPs:
  • Added maximum holding altitude for hold-in-lieu of PT segments.
  • Moved notes such as "DME required" to a new section of the charts in the upper-left corner.
  • Lots of RNAV approaches are getting "RNP APCH" if they contain LPV or LP+V minimums. They will eventually be specifying the minimum RNP level necessary to execute the approach as well.
KCLM WATTR SEVEN SID: Increased minimum climb rate for Runway 13 departures.

KOLM YELM FIVE SID: No actual changes, just catching up on typos/changes made in previous cycles.

KORS RNAV (GPS) RWY 16: Lowered LPV and LNAV/VNAV minimums up to 200', with new steeper missed approach climb rate required to achieve the lower minimums.

KSEA ATOME TWO (RNAV) SID: procedure removed, replaced by:
KSEA ISBRG ONE (RNAV) SID: Replaces the ARRIE transition.
KSEA JEFPO ONE (RNAV) SID: Replaces the ALPSE through BANDR transitions.
KSEA OZWLD ONE (RNAV) SID: Replaces the SUMMA through HQM transitions.
In all cases, the RNAV-only routing has been replaced by hybrid segments of RNAV routing followed by vectors to the filed transition, and now have a top altitude of 9000', instead of 15000' on the ATOME SID.

KAST ILS RWY 26: Updated radials to reflect magvar update to AST VOR. Raised MSA for the northeast through southwest sector from 4500 to 4600.

KAST RNAV (GPS) RWY 8: Raised LP MDA 40', and added and extra 1/8 SM visibility minimum for C/D approach category aircraft.

KAST RNAV (GPS) RWY 26: Raised glide path angle from 3.0 to 3.3º. Lowered LPV MDA to match DA of ILS approach - LPV now has a lower visibility requirement than the ILS (3/4 vs 1SM).

KAST VOR RWY 8: Moved missed approach hold from North to South of the AST VOR.

KAST ASTORIA THREE SID: Added VCOA instructions for runway 8, 14, and 26 departures.

KLMT APD: New taxiway B added on the Northeast side of runway 14/32. Taxiway D closed to non-ANG aircraft between taxiways E and F.

KMFR APD: Taxiways A2/A3 closed and replaced by new taxiway A2 closer to the end of the runway, with subsequent re-numbering of other A# taxiways up the runway.
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Theoretical changes for next cycle (1810, September 13th):
New approaches for: KACV, 77S (scheduled for this cycle but still listed as "in development)
Updated SIDs for: KGEG, KRNT, KSEA, KCVO, KPDX
Updated STARs for: KSEA
Updated approaches for: KGEG, KOLM, 3S8, KCVO, KEUG, KHRI, KACV
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Re: ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

Post by Richard Teves » Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:42 am

Thank you!

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Re: ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

Post by Richard Teves » Thu Jul 26, 2018 8:11 pm

Owen,
Did we loose a CTR 1808 file where all the MVAs were available to select on the complete airspace?

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Re: ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

Post by Roger Curtiss » Wed Aug 01, 2018 5:25 pm

So from the looks of these KSEA SIDs the SID altitude is now back to 9000 for departures off the 34s vectored west.
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Re: ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

Post by Frank Miller » Thu Aug 02, 2018 3:56 am

Roger, I agree that is what it looks like. Makes sense to me because (a) the inbound MARNR STAR keeps arrivals at 10,000 until UNITT, which is roughly where BREMM and CENIX are (see these fixes on the ISBRG, JEPPO and OZWLD departures), and (b) traffic likely to be light as these SIDs are only available for 2200-0600 local time (so they are basically noise abatement procedures).

I suppose the remaining northwest-bound SID (BANGR) would still be 7000, but probably just for consistency (SOP 100 sets 7000 as the initial for all IFR departures) though it ought to also be OK up to 9,000 without conflicting with the arrivals.

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Re: ZSE Changes for the 1808 Cycle

Post by Owen Catherwood » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:39 pm

Richard Teves wrote:
Thu Jul 26, 2018 8:11 pm
Owen,
Did we loose a CTR 1808 file where all the MVAs were available to select on the complete airspace?
Hi Richard,

I've checked the 1808 VRC center sector from the zip file, and it appears to have the MVAs and I can see them in VRC in the SIDs menu.
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