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INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION
g. Once the BAC transition is complete and the descent to MDA established, the PAP
procedures are identical to those on previously introduced approaches.
After switching to 344.2 and at the PAP:
SNFO:
"North Whiting Tower, Turbo 11, final approach fix, three d o w n and
locked, full stop."
TOWER:
"Turbo 11, North Whiting Tower, roger, cleared to land Runway 14."
SNFO:
"Turbo 11, cleared to land 14."
Figure 18
2. STRAIGHT IN APPROACHES WITHOUT THE IAF ON THE FAC
Introduction - These approaches utilize intersections, TACAN fixes and other navaids for an
IAF. They expedite the flow of arriving aircraft at a destination by using IAFs which are
favorably positioned to establish the aircraft inbound on the final approach course without having
to execute a procedure turn. The term "No PT" is used on approach plates to designate straight-in
procedures where a procedure turn is also printed on the approach plate (Figure 19). When
distance from the IAF to the Final Approach Fix is excessive, i.e., more than 5 miles, normal
cruise airspeed should be maintained and the BAC procedure delayed until within 4-5 nm. Note
the initial approach fix is on the airway to simplify the transition from the enroute phase to the
terminal phase of flight. Figure 18 displays the enroute low altitude (L-16) chart in the area of
Corpus Christi.
INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND APPROACHES
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