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1.) Evaluate the flight plan for accuracy.
- Is the destination airport within the New York ARTCC or one ARTCC away? If yes, then the routing should be verbatim from the PRD.
- Is the destination airport more than one ARTCC away from the origin airport? If yes, then routing can have slight variances from the PRD. For example, a route from JFK to MIA may be WAVEY EMJAY J174 or WHITE J209 etc. As long as the initial route string is correct, then it is fine.
2.) Attempt to reroute the pilot via the PRD if a rerouting is necessary.
Ask the pilot if he or she can accept a reroute. If yes, then issue the reroute. If no, proceed to step 3.
3.) Issue the clearance.
In all cases if a pilot is too new to accept an amended clearance, coordinate with the proper controllers as necessary for the pilot to fly "as filed."
Warning! This should not be used for real world navigation.
The information provided through this tool is based on modified real world FAA preferred route database.