INAV 7: INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND APPROACHES
Terminal Objectives, Enabling Objectives and Enabling Steps are established by CNATRAINST
C. Navigate an aircraft via visual references and navigation instruments with the assistance of a
C.5. Fly a standard instrument departure, given radio aids to navigation and flight information
publications (FLIP), with instructor assistance as required, within 8 degrees on 3 NM of course.
C.6. Fly a radio instrument and ground controlled approach, given radio aids to navigation and
flight information publications (FLIP), with instructor assistance is required, within 8 degrees on
3 NM of course.
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT UNIT: This academic unit of instruction interfaces with flights
B-3. through B-5.
MODE OF INSTRUCTION: This unit is a classroom lecture presentation designed to acquaint
you with flying the TACAN Point-to-Point.
1. RMI Model
NATOPS Instrument Flight Manual
INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND APPROACHES