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Begin the review by determining if the country has established a departure procedure solely for obstacle avoidance. Review each holding pattern separately.

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.

When a procedure has more than one IAF published, review each initial segment individually. Review to ensure that the instrument procedure course alignment is acceptable and can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.

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The FAA also recommends on-the-job training before perso. The FAA will evaluate the alleged discrepancy or deviation with all available data and, determine what procedural restrictions or special provisions if any are necessary to roc an equivalent level of safety or to comply with criteria. Review to ensure that the instrument procedure segment descent gradient can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.

Airport name, country, and four-letter ICAO identification. Review to ensure that the instrument procedure segment length is acceptable and can be flown iczo the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.

Dpc operator, operating under 14 CFR part 91 subpart K part 91K,orwho holds either an air carrier certificate or an operating certificate. Foreign Terminal Instrument Date: Determine whether or not the holding pattern leg length is acceptable for the type of aircraft that will be operating at this location. PartIssue Airbus A excluding seriesBAC This is designed to serve as a guide for students enrolled in a formal course of instruction, as well as the individual who is studying on his own.


Watkins, and the SAE, Aerospace Some countries ucao apply the United States option that allows this crossing height requirement to be as high as 35 ft. Treat all crossing altitudes as a requirement for obstacle avoidance unless specifically addressed as 9635 ATC crossing restriction.

S certificate holders, and AFS personnel making in-flight observations during operations into foreign airports used by U.

The descent gradient in the final approach segment does not exceed the maximum allowed by criteria or limits specified in the Aircraft Flight 935 AFM. FAA Presentation Feb 27, Paragraph 7 covers certificate holder review of individual approaches. The individual approaches they intend to fly are safe for flight and compatible with their aircraft. Provide additional pilot guidance if there is potential for misinterpretation.

Be aware that some holding patterns may have been designed without consideration to a potential loss of signal. The certificate holder is responsible for periodic reviews of all FTIP that they fly that have procedural restrictions.

Appendix A contains a detailed checklist which can assist in the evaluation of an individual instrument approach. Areas for review are located in Appendix A and paragraph 7. It may be necessary to restrict or deny ica of certain FTIPs because of variations in application of, and adherence to, criteria by individual nations.

Determine if the procedure ground track enters or is in close proximity to the SUA. 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. Some countries do not establish a departure procedure for obstacle avoidance like the United States. Technical Operations, Aviation System Standards AJW-3 may perform flight inspection services under a reimbursable agreement with the host nation.

We share information about your activities on the site with our partners and Google partners: Some countries may or may not depict this information on a procedure chart. 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.


Altimeter Setting referenced to airport field elevation. Altimeter Setting referenced to airport ambient local pressure.

Review circling procedures to ensure that the applicable aircraft CAT is published and available for the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure. Appendix F — PCT course feedback example.

Determine if this descent gradient is suitable for the type of aircraft that will use this procedure. Check the ability to discontinue an approach, if necessary, from any point to touchdown. Consider each of the following items: Many countries do not provide a straight intermediate segment and have a teardrop turn completion at the final approach fix FAF. Determine if the country has established any unique DER crossing restrictions. Scan these views for items that may have been inserted that are out of the ordinary and may require the additional attention of the pilot.

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Determine if the altitudes are mean sea level MSL requiring use of a Barometric pressure for Local Altimeter Setting QNH altimeter setting or heights above the altimeter station requiring the use of a air pressure at airfield elevation QFE altimeter settingand alert pilots of possible confusion and applicable action to be taken.

Refer to the current edition of FAA Order If the procedure uses feeder routes, ensure that the altitudes along the feeder routes are equal to or higher than the initial approach fix IAF altitude.

The missed approach procedure should specify an altitude sufficient to permit holding or en route flight. Sequenced flashing lights are not required when determining the xoc of a foreign approach lighting system to U. Review the 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.