cleared through

i. An expression used to indicate ATC (air traffic control) authorization for an aircraft to make intermediate stops at specified airports without refiling a flight plan while en route to the clearance limit.
ii. An expression used to indicate ATC (air traffic control) authorization for a departing aircraft to execute maneuvers other than a normal takeoff (e.g., an aborted takeoff). After such a maneuver, the pilot is expected to exit the runway by the most expeditious way rather than backtrack on the runway.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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