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.
Example of Class I and II navigation.
VNAV path construction.
VNAV performance path.
VNAV geometric path.
WAAS data provide lateral and vertical guidance.
RNAV (GPS) approach.
Jet descent task.
The descent planning task.
Altitude management when cleared direct.
Reducing pilot/controlling workload.
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...”
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.
Cleared present position direct from V295.
Cleared for the Palm Beach ILS approach.
Arrival instructions when established.
Arrival instructions when not established.
Special airports and comments.