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Instrument Procedures Handbook

Instrument Procedures Handbook




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Date : Tuesday, January 20, 2015 | Release : Friday, October 19, 2007
Size : 22 MB | Author : FAA

Instrument Procedures Handbook

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION - Flight Procedure Standards Branch


 

Today’s National Airspace System (NAS) consists of a complex collection of facilities, systems, equipment, procedures, and airports operated by thousands of peo- ple to provide a safe and efficient flying environment.

America’s aviation industry is projecting continued increases in business, recreation, and personal travel. The FAA expects airlines in the United States (U.S.) to carry about 45 percent more passengers by the year 2015 than they do today.



Some Titles:

IFR Operations in the National Airspace System
Runway Incursion Statistics
General Aviation
Terminal Radar Approach Control
Application of Area Navigation
Automated Radar Terminal System
Precision Approach Radar
Radar Coverage
Terrain Awareness and Warning System
Avionics and Instrumentation
Flight Management System
Navigation Systems
Electronic Flight Information System
Aeronautical Charts
Runway Incursions
Runway Safety Program
Head-Up Guidance System
Ceiling and Visibility Requirements
Departure Procedures
SID Versus DP
DP Responsibility
Departures from Tower-Controlled Airports
Climb Gradients and Climb Rates
Noise Abatement Procedures
Airway and Route System
Minimum Obstruction Clearance Altitude
IFR Cruising Altitude or Flight Level
Reporting Procedures
Holding Procedures
Interpreting the STAR
RNAV STARS or STAR Transitions
Airplane Performance Operating Limitations
Straight-In Procedures
Minimum Safe Altitude
Final Approach Fix Altitude
Instrument Approach Procedure Briefing
Stabilized Approach
Instrument Approach Procedure Segments
ILS Approach Categories
Reducing Vertical Separation
Helicopter Instrument Procedures












Instrument Procedures Handbook :: Member's Comment

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chape76@gmail.com
Hello, in what formats are these files, I can not open them.

Date : 4/4/2018 8:56:36 PM


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