Wake Turbulence Separation

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    Wake Turbulence Separation

    Reference wake turbulence separation in miles for small/large/757/and heavy acft. I know what the separation is, but all I can find in the .65 and the aim is small behind large/757/heavy. And I could find everything behind heavy and super aircraft. But nothing that references the three miles for aircraft behind small/large aircraft. Anyone know where that's referenced?

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    Re: Wake Turbulence Separation

    super lead: you found
    heavy lead: you found
    large lead: you found (only affects smalls)
    small lead: there is no wake separation

    So what are you looking for?

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    Re: Wake Turbulence Separation

    Aah I just thought it still stated that you need three miles in other scenarios, but now I realize that's just standard for separation on final... Thanks!

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    Re: Wake Turbulence Separation

    Also it helps to know what type of wake turb rules your facility follows. Mine is Recat 1.5 for example which goes A through F for sizes instead of small/large/heavy

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