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CHAPTER FOUR
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
Figure 4-6 Radar Instrument Approach Minimums
The ceiling and visibility for the PAR 19L approach are published at 100 (Figure 4-6).
OPNAV 3710.7 places a restriction on the use of approaches by single-piloted aircraft T34C.
The absolute minimums for a single-piloted aircraft are 200 foot ceiling/HAT and visibility of
mile/2400 feet RVR. Thus, the approach minimums for a T34C executing a PAR 19L approach
would be 200 (HAT would be raised to 200 feet and the DH to 517 feet).
If the destination does not have a radar approach, you must use a nonprecision NAVAID
approach. Since the T34C is VOR and TACAN equipped, you can execute either of these
approaches, depending on which is available at your destination.
4-8 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES


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