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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
(2) This approach must be authorized and
under the control of the appropriate air
traffic control facility
(a) Visual approaches can be requested
by the pilot, initiated by ATC, or
rejected by the pilot in favor of the full
instrument approach
(b) Pilot assumes traffic separation and
obstruction clearance responsibility
(3) Reported weather at the airport must be
ceiling at or above 1,000 ft and visibility at
3 sm or greater. Compliance with basic
VFR minimums in FAR Part 91 is not
required
b.
VFR traffic may be present on parallel or
crossing runways in which case ATC will advise
the pilot. This may be accomplished through
the use of ATIS
c.
A visual approach is an IAP but has no missed
approach segment. If a go around is necessary
for any reason aircraft operating at controlled
airports will be issued an appropriate advisory/
clearance/instruction by the tower
3.
Contact Approach 1.9.1.3.1.2
a.
Definition - An approach wherein an aircraft on
an IFR flight plan, having an air traffic
authorization, operating clear of clouds with at
least 1 statute mile flight visibility and a
reasonable expectation of continuing to the
destination airport in those conditions, may
deviate from the instrument approach
procedure and proceed to the destination
airport by visual reference to the surface
(1) This approach will only be authorized when
requested by the pilot. ATC cannot initiate
this approach
(2-02) Original
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