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1 Approach Procedures Barb Cordell. 2 Missed Approach textual Description Minimum Safe Altitude Textual Circling remarks Segment Legs Minimums Holding.

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1 1 Approach Procedures Barb Cordell

2 2 Missed Approach textual Description Minimum Safe Altitude Textual Circling remarks Segment Legs Minimums Holding Terminal Procedure Publication Segment Points

3 3 Overview Start with a high level overview Briefly walk through different sections of an approach Segment Points Segments Holding Terminal Arrival Area (RNAV) Minimum Safe/Sector Area and Emergency Safe Area Circling Minimums

4 4 High Level Overview - Approach Inheritance

5 5 High Level Overview - Approach

6 6 High Level Overview – Transition and Segment WABAK EGYUE JESKI CONNU JIMMY WABAK transition JESKI transition

7 7 High Level Overview - Approach

8 8 Approach Sections Briefly walk through different sections of an approach Segment Points and Point References Segments Holding Terminal Arrival Area (RNAV) Minimum Safe/Sector Area and Emergency Safe Area Circling Minimums

9 9 Segment Points 2. References Uses ODK VORTAC Angle Indication 010 Distance Indication 10 1.Significant Point Name = WABAK 3. SegmentPoint Fly over Not a WayPoint No Radar available

10 10 Segment Leg Specialization

11 11 Approach Segments

12 12 Approach Segments Defined WABAK/ ODK R DME Defined RIXAE/ODK R DME Define Approach Segment Attributes Define Segment Points Flyby Compulsory role – for start (IAF) for end (IF)

13 13 Approach Segments legTypeARINC = RF CourseType = track turnDirection = R flyBy = Yes lowerLimitAltitude = 1600 procedureTurnRequired = N

14 14 Approach Segments

15 15 Approach Segments Missed Approach Holding In lieu of Procedure Turn Arrival Holding

16 16 Approach Segments Segments that do not start or end at a given point (Climb to altitude or a dog leg) Define a Designated Point of type “Designed Point” ATTRIBUTE: endConditionDesignator Altitude Distance Duration Intercept

17 17 Approach Condition Sidestep and circling to specific runway Precision

18 18 Holding

19 19 Unplanned Holding

20 20 Terminal Arrival Area

21 21 Terminal Arrival Area

22 22 Terminal Arrival Area fromAngle = 083 toAngle = 173 Innerdistance = 0 outerDistance = 18 lowerLimit = 3200

23 23 MSA/ESA

24 24 Circling The boundaries of any sector in which visual maneuvering (circling) is prohibited;

25 25 Minimums

26 26 Obstacle Assessment Associations

27 27 Obstacle Assessments

28 28 Approach Procedures Summary Approach at a high level Significant Points and Reference Transition and Segments Holding (three types) and how they relate to a segment Unplanned Holding Terminal Arrival Areas Minimum Safe/Sector Altitude / Emergency Safe Altitudes Circling Minimums Obstacle Assessment Approach at a high level Significant Points and Reference Transition and Segments Holding (three types) and how they relate to a segment Unplanned Holding Terminal Arrival Areas Minimum Safe/Sector Altitude / Emergency Safe Altitudes Circling Minimums Obstacle Assessment

29 29 Questions


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