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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
CHAPTER THREE
313. MISSED APPROACH
Obstacle clearance for missed approach procedures is based on the assumption that the missed
approach is initiated at the missed approach point and at an altitude not lower than the MDA or
DH. No consideration is made for an early turn. Therefore, when an early missed approach is
executed, pilots should, unless otherwise cleared by ATC, fly the instrument approach procedure
as specified on the approach plate to the missed approach point at or above the MDA or DH
before executing a turning maneuver.
When an approach has been missed, a pilot should request clearance for a specific action. For
example, a pilot may request clearance for another approach or request clearance to the alternate
airport.
*Answers:
1. 226 200
2. 222 200
3. 223 200
314. APPROACH PLATES
Definition
An Instrument Approach Procedure is a series of predetermined maneuvers for the orderly
transfer of an aircraft under instrument flight conditions from the beginning of the initial
approach to a landing, or to a point from which a landing may be made visually, or the missed
approach procedure is initiated.
The procedures for most approaches (with the exception of radar approaches) will be found in
the white pages of the Approach Plates. Approach Plates (labeled "DOD Flight Information
Publication (Terminal))" are published in fifteen booklets every eight weeks. At the four-week
midpoint, a Terminal Change Notice (TCN) is published which contains revisions, additions, and
deletions to the last complete issue of the Approach Plates. A pilot should never use an
Approach Plate that is out of date; after the four-week point in the cycle, the current TCN must
be checked. View the front and back of your Vol. 15.
Inside the front cover of every volume of the Approach Plates are legends which should be
studied thoroughly. An explanation of terms such as DH, MDA, HAT, and HAA should be fully
understood. Each volume also contains an index of instrument approaches listed alphabetically
by airport.
Other essential information found in every volume of the Low Altitude Approach Plates includes
the rate of descent table (inside back cover), special IFR takeoff minimums, and departure
procedures for selected airfields. These special departure procedures are established to assist
INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES 3-11


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