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T-45C ADV INav-03
INav Review
4.
FAF to MAP table--used on nonprecision
Sg 16, fr 30: FAF to MAP
approaches when DME unavailable and radio facility
Table
not located at field
B. Elements specific to types of high altitude approach
plates 2.1.8.3.1.1
1.
HI-TACAN and VOR/DME 2.9.4.2.1
2.
VOR 2.9.4.3.1
a.
Penetration turn altitude listed in profile section
b.
MAP determined by:
Sg 17, fr 1: Interpretation of
C. ILS 2.9.4.6.1
High Altitude Instrument
Approach Plates Organization
D. GPS
INTERPRETATION OF HIGH ALTITUDE
INSTRUMENT APPROACH PLATES
*
Features common to high
altitude instrument approach
plates
*
Elements specific to types of high
altitude approaches
Sg 17, fr 2: HI-TACAN and
VOR/DME
Fig 19: HI-VOR DME or
TACAN RWY 27R Billings
Logan Intl
(2-02) Original
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