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T-45C TS INav-07
Interpretation of High Altitude Instrument Approach Plates
D.
FAF to MAP table - used on nonprecision approaches when DME
unavailable and radio facility not located at field
Sg 5, fr 4-5
FAF to MAP
1.
Gives distance from FAF to MAP in nm
2.
Gives time to traverse distance at a given ground speed in
minutes and seconds
COMMON ERROR: Not reading cautions and warnings on
approach plate.
COMMON ERROR: Missing some details by not studying/
reviewing plate thoroughly.
Sg 6, fr 3
II.
Elements specific to types of high altitude approach plates 2.1.8.3.1.1
High Altitude
Approach Plates
A.
HI-TACAN and VOR/DME 2.9.4.2.1
1.
Bearing and distance information
Sg 6, fr 4-7
Fig 5: HI-VOR/DME
2.
DME used to determine
or TACAN RWY 27R
Billings Logan INTL
a.
Limits of crossing altitude restrictions
b.
Arc
c.
FAF
d.
Missed approach point (MAP)
3.
Bold “V” in profile view marks visual descent point
B.
VOR 2.9.4.3.1
Sg 6, fr 9
VOR
1.
Bearing information only
Sg 6, fr 10-11a
2.
Penetration turn altitude listed in profile section
Fig 6: HI-VOR RWY
a.
If not published, start turn after one-half total altitude between
19 Pensacola NAS
IAF and FAF
3.
MAP determined by:
Sg 6, fr12
VOR Station Passages
a.
Station passage, VOR at field
b.
Timing, VOR not at field
(2-02) Original
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