Published November 22, 2022
London Heathrow Airport:
Most arriving aircraft at London Heathrow Airport take one of the several Standard Arrival Routes (STARs). The four RNAV waypoints that the STARs each finish at also designate four "stacks" where aircraft may be detained, if required, until they are given the all-clear to start their approach to land. Incoming aircraft will often utilise the pattern that is closest to their arrival path in stacks, which are areas of the airspace. They can be thought of as intangible skydiving helter-skelters. Each stack drops from 16,000 feet (4,000 metres) to 8000 feet at intervals of 1000 feet (300 metres) (2,100m). At 1,000 foot intervals, aircraft maintain altitudes of between 7,000 and 15,000 feet. If these holds fill up, planes are stopped at other locations before being given the all-clear to continue.
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