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CHAPTER THREE
RADIO INSTRUMENTS
MDA (the minimum descent altitude):
M.
"THE MDA IS FOUR TWO ZERO FEET..."
5.
MISSED APPROACH BRIEF (MNEMONIC: "T - PATH").
The Missed Approach Brief will be given upon completion of the Landing Checklist.
TITLE (title of the briefing):
T.
"MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURE ..."
POINT (the point at which the missed approach should be commenced):
P.
"RUNWAY NOT IN SIGHT AT THE MISSED APROACH POINT: ONE POINT SIX
DME ..."
ALTITUDE (first altitude assigned or published):
A.
"CLIMB TO ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED..."
TURN (direction of the turn, or specify runway heading):
T.
"TURN RIGHT ..."
Or
"MAINTAIN RUNWAY ..."
HEADING (first heading assigned - or heading required for course intercept, or runway
H.
heading):
"HEADING ONE NINER ZERO."
6.
CLIMBOUT BRIEF (MNEMONIC: "T - PATH").
If an IFR aircraft has been cleared for a published approach, a request for verbal missed
approach procedures is not appropriate because IFR approach clearance automatically authorizes
an aircraft to execute the published missed approach procedure. If an aircraft has requested a
clearance which would involve anything but a full stop landing (such as "stay with the tower,"
"remain in the pattern," "another TACAN approach," or "execute the next leg of my enroute
delay flight plan"), climb out instructions should be issued by ATC prior to aircraft beginning its
final descent ("final descent" begins at the PAR glideslope, ASR descent point, or published
Final Approach Fix). In this situation, if final descent has commenced and climbout instructions
are not received, it would then be appropriate to request those instructions from whichever ATC
agency is controlling the aircraft at the time.
IMPORTANT: Climbout instructions (the last ATC clearance received) supercede, the
published missed approach procedures. If climb out instructions have been received, a climbout
brief is given by the OUI (in lieu of a missed approach brief) upon completion of the Landing
Checklist (or as soon thereafter as the climbout instructions are received).
TITLE (title of the briefing):
T.
"CLIMBOUT INSTRUCTIONS ..."
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RADIO INSTRUMENTS


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