Whippage, a Radar technique

IFATC Education Group blog post by Kyle Boas

A technique for Radar, used to clear an aircraft for an ILS Approach when it’s too late to clear them normally, giving them a heading in the clearance that whips them around.

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I see this all the time! Thanks!

No problem, it’s an incredibly useful technique! :)

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Awesome article! Thanks mate!

Fantastic article mate!

Thank you both!

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aka “The Saviour”.

Cool. I actually have been whippaged recently in IF.

Whippage…reverse intercept, no matter what you call it, it’s a very useful technique. It also allows you to build spacing if needed.

I was unaware of that term till someone brought that up to me today, TIL!

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