Non-precision approach without a published MAP?
Andrew Sarangan wrote:
Unless I am missing something obvious, the VOR is the missed approach
point. There are hundreds (thousands?) of approaches like this where
the missed begins at the navaid.
In retrospect my confusion may be due to the differences between Jepp
charts and the NACO charts. The Jepp charts include the M on these types
of approaches to indicate the MAP.
From the first days of instrument training I used Jepps over NACO charts
and had grown into thinking that this visual indicator was the method for
indicating the MAP on both types of charts.
The approach linked in my original post was the first VOR approach I flew
outside my Jepp subscription (the Northeast US).