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T-45C ADV INav-03
INav Review
PROGRESS CHECK
Sg 14, fr 2: Departure and
Terminal Procedures Review
Question 8--1.9.1.3.1.1
Menu
What are the criteria for a visual approach?
ANSWER: 1,000-ft ceiling visibility of 3 sm, with the field and/
or preceding aircraft in sight
Question 9--1.9.1.3.1.2
What are the criteria for a contact approach?
ANSWER: Operating clear of the clouds with at least 1-sm
visibility at the pilot's request
IV. Interpretation of High/Altitude Instrument Approach Plates
Sg 15, fr 1: Lesson
Organization
A. Features common to high altitude instrument approach
INAV REVIEW
plates 2.1.8.3.1.1
* Overview of Test
* Introduction to INav
1.
Planview and profile symbols and elements
* Departure and Terminal
Procedures
a.
Overhead and cross-sectional view of approach
* Interpretation of High Altitude
Instrument Approach Plates
path
* Flight Planning (Departure and
En route)
(1) Penetration track
Sg 16, fr 1: Interpretation of
High Altitude Instrument
(2) Procedure track
Approach Plates Organization
(3) Missed approach route
INTERPRETATION OF HIGH ALTITUDE
INSTRUMENT APPROACH PLATES
*
Features common to high
altitude instrument approach
plates
*
Elements specific to types of high
altitude approaches
Fig 16: Basic Penetration
Pattern
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(2-02) Original


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