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FOMS Menu 355 (Minimum Off-Route Altitudes Program)

Note: The following descriptions represent the typical access and privileges afforded to users designated as Dispatch Managers/Supervisors. Users with dispatcher privileges will have limited access to a subset of the screens presented.

This program is designed to provide the user with information related to the Minimum Off-Route Altitude (MORA) for a given position represented in latitude and longitude.

The modes available are:

  • Edit
  • Video
  • Screen
  • Hardcopy
  • Quit

Edit Mode

Latitude: Enter the latitude of the position for which the MORA value is being requested. Northern latitudes are entered as positive values and southern latitudes are entered as negative values (e.g., for a latitude of 54N the correct entry would be 54; to enter 54S the correct entry would be -54).

Longitude: Enter the longitude of the position for which the MORA value is being requested. Western longitudes are entered as positive values and Eastern longitudes are entered as negative values (e.g., for a longitude of 108W the correct entry would be 108; to enter 108E the correct entry would be -108).

Altitude: The MORA value for the position will appear in this field and will be shown in hundreds of feet. Users with edit access can then modify the value as required.

Video Mode

Latitude: Enter the latitude of the position for which the MORA value is being requested. Northern latitudes are entered as positive values and southern latitudes are entered as negative values (e.g., for a latitude of 54N the correct entry would be 54; to enter 54S the correct entry would be -54).

Longitude: Enter the longitude of the position for which the MORA value is being requested. Western longitudes are entered as positive values and Eastern longitudes are entered as negative values (e.g., for a longitude of 108W the correct entry would be 108; to enter 108E the correct entry would be -108).

Altitude: The MORA value for the position will appear in this field and will be shown in hundreds of feet.

Screen Mode

Screen mode allows the user to create a report for a specific latitude and longitude range that will be sent to the screen for viewing.

Latitude Range - From: Enter the beginning latitude of the range of latitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for Northern latitudes and negative values for Southern latitudes.

Latitude Range - To: Enter the ending latitude of the range of latitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for Northern latitudes and negative values for Southern latitudes.

Longitude Range - From: Enter the beginning longitude of the range of longitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for western longitudes and negative values for eastern longitudes.

Longitude Range - To: Enter the ending longitude of the range of longitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for western longitudes and negative values for eastern longitudes.

Hardcopy Mode

Hardcopy mode is the same as Screen mode, except that it allows the user to create a report for a specific latitude and longitude range that will be sent to the user's printer device.

Latitude Range - From: Enter the beginning latitude of the range of latitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for Northern latitudes and negative values for Southern latitudes.

Latitude Range - To: Enter the ending latitude of the range of latitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for Northern latitudes and negative values for Southern latitudes.

Longitude Range - From: Enter the beginning longitude of the range of longitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for western longitudes and negative values for eastern longitudes.

Longitude Range - To: Enter the ending longitude of the range of longitudes that are desired to be included in the report. Use positive values for western longitudes and negative values for eastern longitudes.

Quit Mode

To exit this program, enter <Q> from the command line. You will be asked to enter the menu number of the next program. If you are not sure, pressing <Enter> will return you to the last used menu screen.

 

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