INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
True (Unless requested by pilot and approved by ATC)
3000 feet MSL
50. DH (decision height) applies to precision straight-in approaches. MDA (minimum descent
altitude) applies to nonprecision approaches, straight-in and circling.
51. HAT (height above touchdown) applies to all straight-in approaches. HAA (height above
airport) applies to circling approaches.
52. Precision approach has a glideslope. (ILS and PAR only) Nonprecision has no glideslope
information (VOR, TACAN, ADF)
ASR and PAR (airport surveillance radar -- precision approach radar)
azimuth; range; altitude (glideslope)
Runway Visual Range
Radar Minimums section of the Approach Plates
60. False (This chart is inside the back cover of the Low Altitude Instrument Approach
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