INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
stop the turns. This type of approach is called a No-Gyro Approach. During the No -Gyro
Approach, the controller may state, "Disregard your gyro." When this is said, the controller
refers to your directional gyro and NOT your attitude gyro.
The GCA controller will give the following calls to the aircraft executing a PAR approach:
"Navy 6E123, this is your GCA final controller, how do you hear?"
Approaching the glidepath:
"6E123, approaching glidepath, do not acknowledge further transmissions."
"Coming up, ON GLIDEPATH"
Course and glidepath information at least every 5 seconds:
"ON GLIDEPATH, ON COURSE"
"ON GLIDEPATH, TURN LEFT HEADING ZERO EIGHT SEVEN"
"ON COURSE, GOING SLIGHTLY ABOVE GLIDEPATH"
"6E123, at decision height, if field not in sight, execute missed approach."
Information regarding radar approaches at specific airports is located in the front of the FLIP
Low Altitude Approach Procedures (commonly referred to as "approach plates"). Airports
serviced by radar approaches are listed in alphabetical order in the black-tabbed (Radar
Instrument Approach Minimums) pages.
To execute an ILS approach, an aircraft must be properly equipped. The T34C is not ILS
equipped and cannot execute an ILS approach.
3-4 INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES
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