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T-45C TS INav-07
Interpretation of High Altitude Instrument Approach Plates
b.
Spot elevation--natural obstructions
(1)
Indicated by a dot with elevation in feet
(2)
Highest: bold dot with elevation in feet
NOTE: Elevations for obstacles and elevation points
are given in feet mean sea level (MSL).
7.
Airport communications frequencies and radar coverage
Sg 2, fr 44
information
a.
Radio frequencies both UHF and VHF frequencies given,
additional applicable frequencies also found in IFR
supplement
(1)
Approach control
(2)
Tower
(3)
Ground control
(4)
Clearance delivery
(5)
Automatic terminal information service (ATIS)
b.
Type(s) of radar coverage available at airport
(1)
ASR--bearing and distance
(2)
PAR--bearing, distance, and glideslope
8.
Safe altitudes minimum and emergency:
Sg 2, fr 51-53
MSA & ESA
a.
Minimum safe given for radius of 25 nm from approach
NAVAID (may be divided into sectors of at least 90o with
different altitudes)
b.
Emergency safe given for radius of 100 nm from
approach NAVAID. This provides 1,000 ft obstruction
clearance, and in FAA designated mountainous areas, it
will provide 2,000 ft obstruction clearance
B.
Airport diagrams/sketches 2.9.5.5.2
1.
Sketch on approach plate
a.
Oriented to magnetic North
b.
Runway dimensions
(2-02) Original
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