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14 CFR Ch. I (1–1–18 Edition) 

§ 95.31 

Subpart C—En Route IFR Altitudes 

Over Particular Routes and 

Intersections 

E

DITORIAL

N

OTE

: The prescribed IFR alti-

tudes for flights over particular routes and 
intersections in this subpart were formerly 
carried as §§ 610.11 through 610.6887 of this 
title and were transferred to part 95 as 
§§ 95.41 through 95.6887, respectively, but are 
not carried in the Code of Federal Regula-
tions. For F

EDERAL

R

EGISTER

citations af-

fecting these routes, see the List of CFR Sec-
tions Affected, which appears in the Finding 
Aids section of the printed volume and at 
www.fdsys.gov. 

§ 95.31

General. 

This subpart prescribes IFR altitudes 

for flights along particular routes or 
route segments and over additional 
intersections not listed as a part of a 
route or route segment. 

[Doc. No. 1580, 28 FR 6719, June 29, 1963] 

Subpart D—Changeover Points 

E

DITORIAL

N

OTE

: The prescribed COP’s for 

Federal airways, jet routes, or other direct 
routes for which an MEA is designated in 
this part are not carried in the Code of Fed-
eral Regulations. For F

EDERAL

R

EGISTER

ci-

tations affecting these routes see the List of 
CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume 
and at www.fdsys.gov. 

§ 95.8001

General. 

This subpart prescribes COP’s for 

Federal airways, jet routes, area navi-
gation routes, or other direct routes 
for which an MEA is designated in this 
part. Unless otherwise specified the 
COP is midway between the navigation 
facilities or way points for straight 
route segments, or at the intersection 
of radials or courses forming a dogleg 
in the case of dogleg route segments. 

[Doc. No. 10580, 35 FR 14610, Sept. 18, 1970] 

PART 97—STANDARD INSTRUMENT 

PROCEDURES 

Subpart A—General 

Sec. 
97.1

Applicability. 

97.3

Symbols and terms used in procedures. 

97.5

Bearings, courses, tracks, headings, 

radials, miles. 

Subpart B—Procedures 

97.10

[Reserved] 

Subpart C—TERPS Procedures 

97.20

General. 

A

UTHORITY

: 49 U.S.C. 106(f), 106(g), 40103, 

40106, 40113, 40114, 40120, 44502, 44514, 44701, 
44719, and 44721–44722. 

S

OURCE

: Docket No. 1580, 28 FR 6719, June 

29, 1963, unless otherwise noted. 

Subpart A—General 

§ 97.1

Applicability. 

(a) This part prescribes standard in-

strument approach procedures to civil 
airports in the United States and the 
weather minimums that apply to land-
ings under IFR at those airports. 

(b) This part also prescribes obstacle 

departure procedures (ODPs) for cer-
tain civil airports in the United States 
and the weather minimums that apply 
to takeoffs under IFR at civil airports 
in the United States. 

[Doc. No. FAA–2002–14002, 72 FR 31679, June 7, 
2007] 

§ 97.3

Symbols and terms used in pro-

cedures. 

As used in the standard instrument 

procedures prescribed in this part— 

Aircraft approach category means a 

grouping of aircraft based on a speed of 
VREF, if specified, or if VREF is not 
specified, 1.3 V

so

at the maximum cer-

tificated landing weight. VREF, V

so

and the maximum certificated landing 
weight are those values as established 
for the aircraft by the certification au-
thority of the country of registry. The 
categories are as follows— 

(1) Category A: Speed less than 91 

knots. 

(2) Category B: Speed 91 knots or 

more but less than 121 knots. 

(3) Category C: Speed 121 knots or 

more but less than 141 knots. 

(4) Category D: Speed 141 knots or 

more but less than 166 knots. 

(5) Category E: Speed 166 knots or 

more. 

Approach procedure segments for which 

altitudes (minimum altitudes, unless 
otherwise specified) and paths are pre-
scribed in procedures, are as follows— 

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