The TSB is now asking Transport Canada (TC) to require that approach charts used by pilots to depict the optimal path to be flown rather than the line joining the obstacle clearance altitudes which is currently shown and that the stabilised constant descent angle approach technique be used by Canadian operators that conduct non-precision instrument approach procedures.
What does CALT stand for?
CALT stands for Clearance Altitude
This definition appears rarely
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We have 32 other meanings of CALT in our Acronym Attic
- California State Accounting and Reporting System (California Department of Finance)
- California State Teachers' Retirement System
- Canadian Library Services for Youth List (listserv)
- Calibrated Accelerated Life Testing
- California Towhee (bird species)
- Canadian Association of Law Teachers (Canada)
- Centre for Advanced Learning Technologies (France)
- Certificate of Ancestral Land Titles (Philippines)
- Certified Academic Language Therapist (dyslexia)
- Civil Affairs Liaison Team
- Committee for the Advancement of Learning and Teaching
- Computer Assisted Language Testing (various organizations)
- Conjunctival-Associated Lymphoid Tissue
- Contract Administration Lead Time
- Control Altitude
- Central Asian Leadership Training Center (religious center)
- Connecticut Alliance for Long Term Care (retirement and rehabilitation facilities; est. 1996; Hartford, CT)
- California Association of Long Term Care Medicine
- California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA)
- California Department of Transportation
Samples in periodicals archive:
It can go by many different names: Minimum Envante Altitude or MEA, Miniumun Obstacle Clearance Altitude or MOCA, Off Route Obstacle Clearance Altitude or OROCA, Off Route Terrain Clearance Altitude or ORTCA, Emergency Safe Altitude or ESA, Maximum Elevation Feature or MEF, and, finally, Minimum Vectoring Altitude or MVA.
The user can request the following aeronautical information: airport/heliport, runway, navaid, waypoint, airspace boundary, special use airspace, airways, military training route, and off-route terrain clearance altitude.