The following explanations refer to the recommended entry section of the approach plate
depicted in Figure 13.
Generally, the smallest quadrant depicted on the recommended entry section of the
approach plate is labeled TD (Teardrop). If your heading to the holding fix falls within the
ranges provided for TD quadrant, then you'll perform a teardrop entry. Upon reaching the
holding fix, you turn the aircraft 30° from the published outbound leg heading, to fly into the
holding pattern. Proceed on this heading until reaching the outer DME limit of the pattern, and
then turn to fly the inbound course to the holding fix. In Figure 14, the outbound leg has
published heading of 180°, so you would turn 210° or 150°, as appropriate, to fly through the
holding pattern to 18 DME.