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NON PRECISION APPROACH

COURSE GUIDANCE WITH NO GLIDESLOPE OR ALTITUDE GUIDANCE
MDA
USES STEP DOWN FIXES
TIME FOR MISSED APPROACH IS BASED OFF GROUND SPEED

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MDA

MINIMUM DESCENT ALTITUDE, LOWEST AUTHORIZED ALTITUDE WHILE ON FINAL APPROACH OR WHILE CIRCLING (91.175)

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LOCALIZED APPROACH

PROVIDES COURSE GUIDANCE
5° (2.5° FROM CENTERLINE)
LOCATED ON OPPOSITE END OF RUNWAY
18 MILES UPTO 4,500' FROM ATENNA

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LOCALIZER BACK COURSE

NO REVERSE SENSING WITH HSI
REVERSE SENSING WITH A VOR AND SET TO THE INBOUND COURSE OF THE FRONT COURSE

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LDA

LOCALIZER TYPE DIRECTIONAL AID
COMPARABLE TO LOCALIZER BUT NOT APART OF ILS
3°-6° WIDE
NOT ALIGNED WITH RUNWAY BUT STRAIGHT IN MAY APPLY IF WITHIN 30°
IDENTIFIED BY AN I, LIKE A LOCALIZER

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SDF

SIMPLIFIED DIRECTIONAL FACILITY
SIMILAR TO LOCALIZER BUT MUCH LESS PRECISE
6° OR 12° WIDE
3 LETTER IDENTIFIER
USABLE 35° EITHER SIDE OF CENTERLINE, OTHERWISE UNRELIABLE

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VOR APPROACHES

FULL SCALE DEFLECTION = 10° FROM CENTERLINE 20° TOTAL
STEP DOWN FIXES USING DME OR CROSS RADIALS

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DME ARC APPROACH

-

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ASR

AIRPORT SURVEILLANCE RADAR
PROVIDES AZIMUTH GUIDANCE ONLY

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CIRCLING APPROACH

APPROACH THAT IS NOT WITHIN 30° OF CENTERLINE
PROVIDE 300' AGL OBSTACLE
ALWAYS FLY HIGHER ALTITUDE IF POSSIBLE

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CIRCLING APPROACH CATEGORY RADIUS

A: 1.3NM
B: 1.5NM
C: 1.7NM
D: 2.3NM
E: 4.5NM

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CONTACT APPROACH

MUST BE REQUESTED BY PILOT
AIRPORT MUST HAVE IAP
GROUND VISIBILITY OF AT LEAST 1 MILE VISIBILITY
REMAIN CLEAR OF CLOUDS

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VISUAL APPROACH

ISSUED BY ATC
NEED AIRPORT OR PRECEDING TRAFFIC IN SIGHT
CEILING OF 1,000' AGL AND 3 MILES VISIBILITY
REMAIN CLEAR OF CLOUDS