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It should also specify a clearance limit. Ensure that a lead-radial has been established where required.


Civil Aviation Authority Advisory Circulars contain information about standards, practices, and Advisory Circular – FAA. If you happen icwo find this difference while doing research for the location, select the highest MSA and document the action taken.

Determine if the procedure ground track enters or is in close proximity to the SUA. Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.

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If either of these requirements is not met, specific operational guidance for pilot action should be established. Some countries may apply the United States option that allows this crossing height requirement to be as high as 35 ft.

Review to ensure that the segment is sufficient in length and alignment to allow time to properly configure the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure. DocProcedures for Air Navigation Services.

If your review causes doubt as to whether a final approach course is appropriate for straight-in operations, you should determine if it meets straight-in criteria by applying calculations prescribed in the appropriate criteria. Determine what criteria were used to develop the circling procedures and ensure pilots are made aware of the maximum speeds allowed when conducting the maneuver.


It is the responsibility of each certificate holder to ensure the FTIP they are using is current and meets the standards under which they are authorized to operate. Review the text of the missed approach instructions to ensure they are easy to understand and follow a logical sequence of events.

The descent gradient in the final approach segment does not exceed the maximum allowed by criteria or limits specified in the Aircraft Flight Manual AFM. If the certificate holder or any other source detects or receives information of discrepancies involving safety of flight which is not already advertised in the international Notices to Airmen NOTAM system, he or she must notify the POI, who will then contact the appropriate FAA offices to conduct a review of the FTIP.

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Airport name, country, and four-letter ICAO identification. Some countries publish a descent gradient on final by expressing it as a percentage on the Profile View e.

Ensure that the type of aircraft that will be using this procedure has the navigation equipment necessary to identify the fix es. Piper, Cessna, Beech, Maintenance Manuals. Check the ability to discontinue an approach, if necessary, from any point to touchdown. Treat all crossing altitudes as a requirement for obstacle avoidance unless specifically addressed as an ATC crossing restriction.

Review the procedure to determine if operational restrictions will be necessary if there are excessive portions of the procedure that do not contain positive course guidance. It may be necessary to restrict or deny use of certain FTIPs because of variations in application of, and adherence to, criteria by individual nations.

Flight Inspection Services include initial commissioning of the procedure and periodic flight inspections as required by the host nation or in the current edition of FAA Order Review iao procedure to ensure the descent angle and TCH are adequate for the type of aircraft that will use this procedure. Some airports may publish different MSAs depending on the source military or civilian. Determine if the altitudes are MSL requiring use of a QNH altimeter setting or heights above the dkc station requiring the use of a QFE altimeter settingand alert pilots of possible confusion and applicable action to be taken.

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Pilots and Flight and. They expect the pilot to avoid obstacles when not using a SID. The certificate holder, aviation safety inspectors ASI who conduct periodic surveillance at foreign airports used by U.

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Convert the percentage into a descent gradient expressed in ft per nautical dpc FPNM by multiplying the percentage by The existence of a commercially produced chart is not an assurance of compliance with criteria or suitability for use by an individual certificate holder. Additionally, when the certificate holder detects or receives information of discrepancies affecting safe use of an FTIP, the certificate holder should take immediate steps to mitigate the potentially unsafe situation and then notify the POI.

Review to ensure that the instrument procedure segment descent gradient can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure. Practical consolidation training Jul 1, AC E Jun 10, Once CAT II and III operations are authorized, the certificate holder must monitor the status during routine operations to determine if there have been any significant changes to the procedure not posted in a host nation international NOTAM.

S certificate holders, and AFS 9635 making in-flight observations during operations into foreign airports used by U. Watkins, and the SAE, Aerospace