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T-45C TS INav-07
Interpretation of High Altitude Instrument Approach Plates
PRESENTATION
I.
Features common to high altitude instrument approach plates 2.1.8.3.1.1
A.
Planview and profile symbols and elements
1.
Overhead and cross-sectional view of approach path
a.
Penetration track
(1)
Begins at initial approach fix (IAF) to the final
approach fix (FAF)
(2)
Depicted by a bold dotted line
(3)
Accent lines across the track refer to altitude
restrictions depicted in profile view
NOTE: Four basic penetration patterns are used to
allow a pilot to lose altitude while proceeding from
the IAF to the final approach course.
(a)
Straight-in
Sg 2, fr 4-6
(b)
Offset
Fig 1: Basic
Penetration Patterns
(c)
Arcing
(d)
Teardrop
b.
Procedure track
(1)
Begins at FAF to the Missed Approach Point (MAP)
(2)
Depicted by a thick solid line
CAUTION: Approach procedures are not to be
varied, even if in VMC, unless clearance has
been received for a contact approach, a visual
approach, or you cancel IFR.
c.
Missed approach route
(1)
Printed instructions in profile view box
Sg 2, fr 4-6
(a)
Headings
(b)
Altitudes
(2-02) Original
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