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CHAPTER TWO
INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
4.
Location of highest obstructions.
"Obstructions"
5.
Location of NAVAID.
"NAVAID"
6.
Minimum Safe Altitude (MSA) and NOTAMS.
"Altitude (MSA)"
Holding Brief (FETL):
The Holding Brief is given during the Descent Checklist if holding is expected:
1.
Define the holding fix.
"Fix"
2.
Type of entry.
"Entry"
3.
Direction of turns.
"Turn direction"
4.
Length of legs.
"Leg lengths"
Approach Brief (ICARM):
The Approach Brief (required) is given during the Descent Checklist or in holding:
1.
IAF Radial, DME and altitude.
"IAF location"
2.
First course after the IAF and DME of arc if required.
"Course"
3.
First altitude to descend to and first restriction.
"Altitude/Restrictions"
4.
MDA/DH and HAT/HAA (set in radar altimeters).
"MDA"
Missed Approach Brief (MIF):
The Missed Approach Brief is given on the final approach course, prior to the FAF and after the
Before Landing Checklist. On a GCA, the missed approach instructions given by the controller
need not be repeated. The Missed Approach Brief includes either published instructions or
verbal climb out instructions for an enroute approach. The brief contains:
1.
Missed Approach Point (MAP).
"MAP"
2.
Initial heading.
"Initial heading"
3.
First altitude.
"First altitude"
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T-1A FLIGHT PROFILES


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