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T-45C TS INav-06
Departure and Terminal Procedures
CAUTION: If being RADAR vectored or cleared
Sg 5 fr 6
“Direct” to an Initial Approach Fix, you will
Figure 12:
normally be assigned an altitude to maintain
Radar Vectored or
which will be close to published IAF altitude. If
Cleared Direct
subsequently cleared for an approach prior to
reaching the IAF, you cannot leave the assigned
altitude until you are established on a segment
of the published instrument approach procedure.
NOTE: It is the pilot's prerogative to request
anything deemed necessary to best accomplish a
more suitable course alignment, such as an offset
entry, a turn in holding, or a 360o turn.
5.
Minimum Vectoring Altitude 2.9.4.5.2.4
Sg 5, fr 7
Figure 13:
a.
Definition - The lowest MSL altitude at which an
Minimum Vectoring
IFR aircraft will be vectored by a radar
Altitude
controller, except as otherwise authorized for
RADAR approaches, departures and missed
approaches
b.
MVA charts are prepared by air traffic facilities
at locations where there are numerous different
minimum IFR altitudes
(1) Charts depicting minimum vectoring
altitudes are normally available only to the
controllers and not to pilots
c.
MVA Considerations:
(1) MVA can be below MINIMUM SAFE
(SECTOR) ALTITUDE
(2) MVA can be below EMERGENCY SAFE
ALTITUDE
(3) MVA may provide only 1,000 ft obstruction
clearance in designated mountainous areas
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