cross (fix) at or below


cross (fix) at or below
An instruction used by ATC (air traffic control) when a maximum crossing altitude at a specific fix is required. It does not prohibit the aircraft from crossing the fix at a lower altitude; however, it must be at or above the minimum IFR (instrument flight rules) altitude.

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