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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
e.
“Cleared for Hi-TACAN runway 24 approach,
circle to land Runway 6” - Execute the
published TACAN approach procedure for
Runway 24, obtain the runway environment,
and visually circle and land on Runway 6
(landing minimums to the adjacent runway will
be higher than to the primary runway)
f.
“Cleared for ILS runway 7 left approach,
side-step to runway 7 right” - Pilots are
expected to commence the side-step maneuver
as soon as possible after the runway or runway
environment is in sight (landing minimums to
the adjacent runway will be higher than the
minimums to the primary runway, but will
normally be lower than the published circling
minimums)
g.
First aircraft estimated over the IAF will be the
first to receive approach clearance
(1) Succeeding aircraft will be cleared on basis
of their estimated or actual times over the
IAF
(2) In lieu of an en route descent, pilot is
expected to execute the entire IAP unless
visual contact is made and a visual or
contact approach is requested and
approved, or if the pilot cancels his IFR
flight plan
(a) It is solely the pilot's prerogative to
cancel his IFR clearance
(b) Retention of the IFR clearance does
not afford priority over VFR traffic, i.e.,
pilot of arriving IFR aircraft may have
to adjust his flight path as necessary to
enter traffic pattern in sequence with
arriving VFR traffic
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