Level off at Procedure Turn altitude (2000 feet).
One hundred feet prior to Procedure Turn altitude, add power smoothly
towards 450500 ftlbs as you raise the nose to level flight and retrim.
Maintain Procedure Turn altitude until you are established on the inbound
After 2 ½ minutes of outbound timing, twist the inbound course into the IND350
For a non-depicted Teardrop approach, twist an outbound course
20º offset from the published outbound course on the Procedure
Turn or "barbed" side.
At three minutes of outbound timing, execute a turn in the direction depicted
(right). During the last half of the turn, note the position of the head of the needle.
If the head of the needle is not within 5º of the inbound course, stop the turn with a
45º intercept. Do this by placing the inbound course (134º) under the first 45º
benchmark in the upper half of the RMI.
If the head of the needle is within 5º of the inbound course, you should roll out
with a doubletheangle intercept. If you overshoot the inbound course, continue
the turn and establish an intercept.
Once established on course or with a shallow intercept, transition to BAC (a shallow
intercept is defined as aircraft heading within 30º of the final approach course).
As you intercept the inbound course, turn and track inbound.
Once established inbound, comply with the remainder of the Low Altitude Instrument
Approach Procedures (paragraph 623.)
6-82 RADIO INSTRUMENT FLIGHT PROCEDURES