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IPH Chapter 3

CHAPTER TITLE: Arrivals


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IPH Chapter 3. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Procedures Handbook.


AUDIO RECORDING


FIGURE 3-1

Example of Class I and II navigation.


FIGURE 3-2

VNAV path construction.


FIGURE 3-3

VNAV performance path.


FIGURE 3-4

VNAV geometric path.


FIGURE 3-5

WAAS data provide lateral and vertical guidance.


FIGURE 3-6

RNAV (GPS) approach.


FIGURE 3-7

Jet descent task.


FIGURE 3-8

The descent planning task.


FIGURE 3-9

Altitude management when cleared direct.


FIGURE 3-10

Arrival charts.


FIGURE 3-11

STAR interpretation.


FIGURE 3-12

Reducing pilot/controlling workload.


FIGURE 3-13

STAR symbology.


FIGURE 3-14

Arrival clearance.


FIGURE 3-15

Two RNAV (GPS) approaches to Runway 15R at Baltimore. A controller issuing a clearance for one of these approaches would speak the identifying letter—for example, “...cleared for the RNAV (GPS) Yankee approach, Runway 15R...”


FIGURE 3-16

Assigned altitudes.


FIGURE 3-17

Altitude restrictions.


FIGURE 3-18

Instead of flying for a specific time after passing the holding fix, these holding patterns use distances to mark where the turns are made. The distances come from DME or IFR-certified GPS equipment.


FIGURE 3-19

Cleared present position direct from V295.


FIGURE 3-20

Cleared for the Palm Beach ILS approach.


FIGURE 3-21

Arrival instructions when established.


FIGURE 3-22

Arrival instructions when not established.


FIGURE 3-23

Special airports and comments.




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