FLIGHT TRAINING PUBLICATION (FLIP) STUDENT GUIDE
The designation "NoPT" indicates that a procedure turn is not required nor expected from that
IAF, unlike the LOM. To fly this approach using the LOM as the IAF, you would mark on top
the LOM then proceed outbound 332° until making a procedure turn (right 017°, left 197°). The
only requirement for making the procedure turn is to stay within ten miles. Remaining at or
above 1600 feet, intercept the 332° radial and, proceed inbound to the LOM on a course of 152.
If you are equipped for an ILS approach, maintain 1600 feet until intercepting the glidepath and
fly it down to your DH of 244 feet MSL (shortly after the Middle Marker). Those flying a
Localizer or Circling Approach will descend to the appropriate MDA after LOM station passage.
The MAP is not defined by a fix but rather by elapsed time.
Unlike VOR or TACAN approaches, which may use the same NAVAID for approaches to
several runways, each runway with an ILS approach will have a unique localizer frequency. It is
imperative that you dial in the proper frequency or else the steering commands, if available at all,
will be incorrect.
One other difference between high and low altitude approaches is that high altitude approaches
have minimums for category C, D, and E aircraft, whereas low altitude approaches plates have
minimums for categories A through D.
The approach plates illustrate a series of predetermined maneuvers for the orderly transition of
aircraft from instrument flight to landing. This unit reviewed information on the penetration
track, procedural track, arrival and missed approach holding patterns, minimum and maximum
altitudes, planviews, profile views, minima section, airport sketch, radar minimums and airfield
705. CHAPTER REVIEW
Read Chapter 7 of the FTI.
Do Lesson 7 on the Computer Based Training for FLIP.
Complete the Unit Review Questions.