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T-34C INSTRUMENTS
CHAPTER SIX
625.
PROCEDURE TURN APPROACH
Reference: AIM, Chapter 5; NIFM Chapter 20.
1.
Amplification ­ A Procedure Turn approach is an instrument maneuver used to reverse
direction to establish an aircraft inbound on the intermediate or final approach course. Procedure
Turns are depicted by a "barb" symbol on the approach plates, which indicates on which side of the
outbound course to complete the turn (Figure 6­51). Headings are provided to reverse course
using a 45/180 degrees type maneuver. However, the point at which the turn may be commenced
and the type and rate of turn, are left to the discretion of the pilot as long as the Procedure Turn is
executed on the proper side of the outbound course and the "Remain Within" distance (normally
10 NM) is not exceeded. Some of the options are the 45/180 degrees course reversal, the racetrack
pattern, or the 80/260 degrees course reversal.
During the RI syllabus, only the 45/180 degrees course reversal will be practiced. Do NOT
execute a Procedure Turn when:
a.
Radar vectors to the final approach course are provided.
b.
A Holding Pattern is specified in lieu of a Procedure Turn (Figure 6­48).
c.
Approach can be made from a properly aligned Holding Pattern (Figure 6­55).
d.
The procedure specifies "No PT," no Procedure Turn (Figure 6­66).
e.
The plan view does not depict a Procedure Turn "barb" symbol.
2.
Procedure ­ The following procedures assume clearance for the DAYTONA BEACH
INTERNATIONAL VOR or GPS RWY 16 approach (Figure 6­51) has been received and you are
proceeding to the IAF.
a.
At the IAF, indicated by station passage, execute the 6 Ts:
i.
TIME ­ Not required; time of commencing an instrument approach is not
reported to the controlling agency.
ii.
TURN ­ in the shortest direction to parallel the outbound course (336º).
iii.
TIME ­ Start timing for two minutes outbound when wings level or abeam the
station, whichever occurs last.
NOTE
In strong winds or at indicated speeds greater than 120 knots, you
may have to adjust outbound timing to comply with any "remain
within distance" associated with the approach. Normally, two­
minute timing outbound will be sufficient.
RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES 6-85


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