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IPH Chapter 4

CHAPTER TITLE: Approaches


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IPH Chapter 4. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Procedures Handbook.


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FIGURE 4-1

Chippewa Regional Airport (KEAU), Eau Claire, Wisconsin.


FIGURE 4-2

Construction of circling approach area.


FIGURE 4-3

Instrument approach chart.


FIGURE 4-4

Procedure identification.


FIGURE 4-5

Multiple approaches.


FIGURE 4-6

Procedures with circling landing minima.


FIGURE 4-7

Durango approach and low altitude en route excerpt.


FIGURE 4-8

Cheyenne Regional (KCYS), Cheyenne, Wyoming, ILS or LOC RWY 27.


FIGURE 4-9

Fly-by and fly-over waypoints.


FIGURE 4-10A

View during an approach with EFVS (left) and without EFVS (right). (Images courtesy of NASA Langley Research Center).


FIGURE 4-10B

EFVS Operation to Touchdown and Rollout.


FIGURE 4-10C

EFVS Operations to 100 Feet Above the TDZE.


FIGURE 4-11A

VNAV information.


FIGURE 4-11B

Descent Angle N/A.


FIGURE 4-12

RNAV GPS approach minima.


FIGURE 4-13

GBAS architecture.


FIGURE 4-14

GLS approach at Newark, New Jersey.


FIGURE 4-15

RNAV RNP approach procedure with curved flight tracks.


FIGURE 4-16

North Platte Regional (KLBF), North Platte, Nebraska, RNAV (GPS) RWY 30.


FIGURE 4-17

Example of LNAV and Circling Minima lower than LNAV/VNAV DA. Harrisburg International RNAV (GPS) Runway 13.


FIGURE 4-18

Explanation of Minima.


FIGURE 4-19

Airport sketch and diagram for Chicago O'Hare International.


FIGURE 4-20

Example approaches using autopilot.


FIGURE 4-21

Determination of visibility minimums.


FIGURE 4-22

RNAV approach Fort Campbell, Kentucky.


FIGURE 4-23

Orlando Executive Airport, Orlando, Florida, ILS RWY 7.


FIGURE 4-24

Missed approach procedures for Dallas-Fort Worth International (DFW)4.


FIGURE 4-25

Missed approach point depiction and steeper than standard climb gradient requirements.


FIGURE 4-26

Two sets of minimums required when a climb gradient greater than 200 ft/NM is required.


FIGURE 4-27

Example of approach chart briefing sequence.


FIGURE 4-28

Approach segments and obstacle clearance.


FIGURE 4-29

Feeder routes.


FIGURE 4-30

Terminal routes.


FIGURE 4-31

DME arc obstruction clearance.


FIGURE 4-32

Course reversal methods.


FIGURE 4-33

Procedure turn obstacle clearance.


FIGURE 4-34

Approach without a designated IF.


FIGURE 4-35

Charted visual flight procedures (CVFP).


FIGURE 4-36

Terminal arrival area (TAA) design “basic T.”


FIGURE 4-37

RNAV approaches with and without TAAs.


FIGURE 4-38

Traditional GPS approach overlay.


FIGURE 4-39

Lincoln Muni KLNK Lincoln, Nebraska, RNAV GPS RWY 14 approach.


FIGURE 4-40

ILS final approach segment design criteria.


FIGURE 4-41

ILS approach categories.


FIGURE 4-42

Category III approach procedure.


FIGURE 4-43

Classification of Simultaneous Parallel Approaches.


FIGURE 4-44

Sacramento International KSMF, Sacramento, California, ILS or LOC RWY 16L.


FIGURE 4-45

Charlotte Douglas International KCLT, Charlotte, North Carolina, ILS or LOC RWY 18L.


FIGURE 4-46

Simultaneous Independent Approach Example Using ILS Approaches.


FIGURE 4-47

Simultaneous independent close parallel approach example using ILS PRM approaches.


FIGURE 4-48

Example of Simultaneous close parallel instrument approach: Atlanta, Georgia, ILS PRM RWY 10 and AAUP.


FIGURE 4-49

Example of Approach and AAUP used for Simultaneous Offset Instrument Approach Procedure.


FIGURE 4-50

Converging approach criteria.


FIGURE 4-51

Dallas-Fort Worth KDFW, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, CONVERGING ILS RWY 35C.


FIGURE 4-52

Fort Rucker, Alabama, KOZR VOR RWY 6.


FIGURE 4-53

Alexandria International (AEX), Alexandria, Louisiana, KAEX VOR DME RWY 32.


FIGURE 4-54

Carthage/Panola County-Sharpe Field, Carthage, Texas, (K4F2), NDB RWY 35.


FIGURE 4-55

Tucson/Ryan Field, Tucson, Arizona, (KRYN), NDB/DME or GPS RWY 6R.


FIGURE 4-56

Asheville Regional KAVL, Asheville, North Carolina, radar instrument approach minimums.


FIGURE 4-57

PAR final approach area criteria.


FIGURE 4-58

Vicksburg Tallulah Regional KTVR, Tallulah Vicksburg, Louisiana, LOC RWY 36.


FIGURE 4-59

Vicksburg Tallulah Regional KTVR, Tallulah Vicksburg, Louisiana, LOC RWY 36.


FIGURE 4-60

Dayton Beach International DAB, Dayton Beach, Florida, LOC BC RWY 25R.


FIGURE 4-61

Hartford Brainard KHFD, Hartford, Connecticut, LDA RWY 2.


FIGURE 4-62

Lebanon Floyd W Jones, Lebanon, Missouri, SDF RWY 36.


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