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I checked KUKI Runway 33. It has a database visual, which I find incredible.
Unless you have a G-1000Nxi, which has database visual approaches to all runway ends. I suppose this feature is also in some of Garmin's other...
A feeder route is neither fish nor fowl in the wonderful world of the FAA. It is listed on the 8260-3 as a terminal route, but without an IAF....
Thanks. Interesting. I haven't seen it anywhere else in the world. I have seen TAAs, though.
Can you point me to such a Canadian airport?
You are correct as to FAA charts. You are incorrect as to Jeppesen charts.
NoPT is FAA only.
I count four IAFs and one feeder fix.
What about PRB-HOVLI 12.4 miles, 4,000?
The bold line means it is both in the plan and profile views.
I believe that is correct. It may be a beacon interrogator. Those cost a lot less than full-up radar. BZN became radar several years ago.
Yes, they are. It's not an airspace issue. It is exceeding protected airspace if holding well above the maximum TERPs evaluated altitude...
As IAPs with HILPTs are revised they will show the maximum as well as the minimum holding altitudes in both the plan and profile views:
It would be more likely to fly the full distance at some locations because of descent requirements. That would be up to the pilot to determine.
That doesn't apply to a civil violation of FARs, because you don't go to federal court, you go before an NTSB administrative law judge.
I do, and that say MDA(H)
You are really in the nitpicking mode.
Exactly! And, too many instrument pilots are not familiar with the acronyms HAA and HAT.
He's talking MDA, you're talking DA. DA minimums are geometric. MDAs, not so much so.
I was just reading up on the G-1000Nxi. For that "FMS" it is 45 degrees. :p
That may very well be the TSO limit.