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131 – ILS:

LOC – Between full ‘fly left’ and full ‘fly right’, LOC signal adjusted to cover 700’ (210m) of width over the T/H

G/S – Equipment adjusted for the descent angle of 2.5-3.5° (CAT 1) and 2.5-3.0° (CAT II/III); installed to the side of the runway (off C/L), therefore complete guidance to T/D is not provided; full scale deflection is 100’ at the middle marker


264 – Wind Bearing:

Wind data provided by Tower or ATIS referenced to magnetic direction


265 – RVR:

An RVR value is reported when one of the observed values is 1800m or less


443 – Altitude Reporting:

Report assigned altitude and present altitude when in climb upon each initial contact


501 – ATS Route:

Airway – Domestic protected airspace = 4nm each side primary area and 4 nm secondary area; Domestic offshore = 50nm each side; International offshore = 50nm each side (Northers and Central Pacific regions) and 25nm each side (Japan sea and S/E Asia)

RNAV Route – M ,Y ,Z designators

Oceanic Transition Route – connects a Navaid and a fix in OCA

Transition Route – connects terminal fix of SID and airway

Direct Route – connects 2 navaids, excluding airways, OTR and RNAV routes;
published in AIP Japan

En Route Holding Pattern


542 – Course Change on Route:

Non-RNAV – start early turn to prevent overshoot of new course

RNAV – consider if ‘fly-by’ or ‘fly-over’ point; all enroute are ‘fly-by’


612 – Altitude Restrictions on STAR:

STAR to approach fix only assignment does not clear for descent, only route

STAR and approach clearance, may descend in accordance with STAR


614 – FPR:

FPR clears to last fix on authorized route (usually commencement point of STAR),
therefore require confirmation and clearance beyond this point

Even if route not defined beyond this point, do not hold over the STAR
commencement point


622 – Vectoring for Approach:

Visual Approach – vectoring terminates when issued visual approach clearance

ILS approach – vectored so as to i/c LOC from below the G/S


637 – RNAV (GNSS) Approach:

Fix = Initial Appr. Fix (IAF), Intermediate Appr. Fix (IF), Final Approach Fix (FAF),
Missed Appr. Point (MAP), Missed Appr. Turning Fix (MATF), Missed Appr. Holding
Fix (MAHF)


682 – Descent Procedures in NPA:

Straight in LDG – descend to reach MDA by VDP; when established visual contact
before MDA, adjust RoD visually but do not descent below MDA until reaching VDP;
when the runway is sighted, may transition to the extension of the runway centreline

Circling Approach – When established visual contact before MAPt, establish visual flight path within Circling Area and maintain MDA until the point where adequate
descent path established to T/D; may deviate from the final approach path before
MAPt and advise ATC of intentions ie. “Right break”


714 – ELT:

Operate on 406MHz and 121.5MHz

If inadvertently transmit, reset device and report to RCC to prevent search and rescue


811 – Met:

CAVOK – Visibility 10km or greater and the lowest vis is not reported; No cloud
below 5000’ or highest MSA, whichever is higher; No CB or TCU observed; No
weather phenomenon

TAF – Aerodrome forecast valid for 27 hours after release

TREND – Landing forecast

VOLMET – Met info for a/c in flight