I think many of us are aware of some of the approaches that require extra training - Aspen, St. Barts, etc. I saw a link to this article in one of my aviation email blasts today, and now I'm confused. The article mentions this InFO, which states in part: Note that this talks about "procedures," not "airports." However, I went to look at the list of airports that was linked to in the article, and it's called the "Special Pilot-In-Command (PIC) Qualification Airport List". Airport, not procedure. And it lists no procedures, only airports. I'm planning on visiting one of the airports in question, KJAC, this coming summer, so I looked up a bunch of its approaches in ForeFlight. I didn't find any that had a note on them about special training. Looking at the one that everyone seems to know about, the LOC/DME-E into KASE, I didn't see any notes on that plate about special training either. Do I need special training and authorization to fly an approach into KJAC? How do we tell if we need such training?