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    1. TERPS Review

    2. Two types of Waypoints?Two types of Waypoints?

    4. MISSED APPROACH SEGMENT Straight Missed Approach The area starts at the earliest point of the MAWP displacement area, and its width is equal to that of the MAWP XTRK error, plus 0.5 NM. When +ve crs guidance is provided secondary area reduction is permitted and shall begin at the earliest point of the displacement area. Route GPS Turning Missed Approach >15 up to 120. Direct Turning Missed Approach >15 no limit. Straight Missed Approach The area starts at the earliest point of the MAWP displacement area, and its width is equal to that of the MAWP XTRK error, plus 0.5 NM. When +ve crs guidance is provided secondary area reduction is permitted and shall begin at the earliest point of the displacement area. Route GPS Turning Missed Approach >15 up to 120. Direct Turning Missed Approach >15 no limit.

    5. 90 TURN IAWP at or less than 30 NM from ARP. The width of initial segment shall remain at enroute width until the latest position of the IAWP.IAWP at or less than 30 NM from ARP. The width of initial segment shall remain at enroute width until the latest position of the IAWP.

    10. PROCEDURE TURN AREA Ref: Fig 2-5, Page 2-A23. Use the slide to describe how the procedure turn is drawn. Have them note particularly the 1 NM and 2 NM tick marks used to draw the Radii. Note how large the area is but that the pilot is expected to fly as per the flip and stay within the depicted area. The rest of the area is strictly a buffer zone. Point out the entry zone on one side of the fix and the maneuovering zone on the other side. (You may want to talk about the 4 DME stepdown fix in Brandon and how you should treat this fix as an ICP if your candidate screws it up.) PROCEDURE TURN AREA Ref: Fig 2-5, Page 2-A23. Use the slide to describe how the procedure turn is drawn. Have them note particularly the 1 NM and 2 NM tick marks used to draw the Radii. Note how large the area is but that the pilot is expected to fly as per the flip and stay within the depicted area. The rest of the area is strictly a buffer zone. Point out the entry zone on one side of the fix and the maneuovering zone on the other side. (You may want to talk about the 4 DME stepdown fix in Brandon and how you should treat this fix as an ICP if your candidate screws it up.)

    11. PROCEDURE TURN ROC PROCEDURE TURN ROC Use this diagram to explain the obstacle clearance requirements in an initial segment.PROCEDURE TURN ROC Use this diagram to explain the obstacle clearance requirements in an initial segment.

    12. MISSED APPROACH OBSTACLE SURFACES Point out the changes in the missed approach obstacle clearance surfaces. The missed approach surface climbs out at a rate of 304/NM vice the normal 152/NM and the secondary surfaces are at a 4:1 slope vice a 12:1 slope. This effectively increases the climb gradients required for the missed approach. A fixed wing pilot should not fly this approach for this reason. Point out the special notice that has been included in the front of the GPH 200 series to make sure pilots are aware of this.MISSED APPROACH OBSTACLE SURFACES Point out the changes in the missed approach obstacle clearance surfaces. The missed approach surface climbs out at a rate of 304/NM vice the normal 152/NM and the secondary surfaces are at a 4:1 slope vice a 12:1 slope. This effectively increases the climb gradients required for the missed approach. A fixed wing pilot should not fly this approach for this reason. Point out the special notice that has been included in the front of the GPH 200 series to make sure pilots are aware of this.

    13. CRITERIA DIFFERENCES DGs - optimum 400, max 600 but can be increased to 800 ft/nm. (all segs) Initial segment min arc radius is 4 nm with a lead radial of 1 nm. Segment lengths are generally halved and altitude differences are usually doubled. Missed approach segment 7.5 nm vs 15 nm and turning missed approach radii for cat A is halved; R=1.3 nm & R1=4000 ft (0.66 nm). Unique vis minima. Vol 5, Para 127. Point out Para 127 which gives unique visibility minima for helo only approaches.Point out Para 127 which gives unique visibility minima for helo only approaches.

    14. ILS FINAL APPROACH AREA The area originates 200 feet from the RWT and ends at the PFAF. The primary area consists of the W and X OCS, and the secondary area consists of the Y OCS. Precision Object Free Area (POFA). The POFA is an area centered on the runway centerline extended, beginning at the RWT, 200 feet long, and 400 feet wide. The airport sponsor is responsible for maintaining POFA obstruction requirements. If the POFA is not clear, the minimum HAT/visibility is 250 feet & SM.ILS FINAL APPROACH AREA The area originates 200 feet from the RWT and ends at the PFAF. The primary area consists of the W and X OCS, and the secondary area consists of the Y OCS. Precision Object Free Area (POFA). The POFA is an area centered on the runway centerline extended, beginning at the RWT, 200 feet long, and 400 feet wide. The airport sponsor is responsible for maintaining POFA obstruction requirements. If the POFA is not clear, the minimum HAT/visibility is 250 feet & SM.

    15. Precision Obstacle Clearance Areas The OCS begins at 200 feet from the RWT, measured along course centerline and extends to the PFAF.Precision Obstacle Clearance Areas The OCS begins at 200 feet from the RWT, measured along course centerline and extends to the PFAF.

    16. W OCS W OCS

    19. Basically what happens with old Baro-VNAV criteria, you take the flat surfaces and angle them down at two angles, not one like an ILS. You end up capturing obstacles that you didnt catch on LNAV minima. Thats why with Baro VNAV, assumed to be more precise, you can actually end up with higher minima. The criteria will be changed in the near future.Basically what happens with old Baro-VNAV criteria, you take the flat surfaces and angle them down at two angles, not one like an ILS. You end up capturing obstacles that you didnt catch on LNAV minima. Thats why with Baro VNAV, assumed to be more precise, you can actually end up with higher minima. The criteria will be changed in the near future.

    20. Homework Take up practice exam.Take up practice exam.

    21. Exam.. 1 Cdn Air Div Order 2 -009