short-range clearance

A clearance issued to a departing IFR (instrument flight rules) flight that authorizes an IFR flight to a specific fix short of the destination while ATC (air traffic control) facilities are coordinating and obtaining the complete clearance.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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