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Non-precision approach without a published MAP?

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Old July 30th 06, 04:34 PM posted to rec.aviation.ifr
Peter R.
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Default Non-precision approach without a published MAP?

Last Friday I flew with another pilot to Starke County, Indiana (KOXI) to
pick up my stranded Bonanza.

The airport is only served by one instrument approach, a VOR/GPS approach,
linked he


Until this approach, I had not encountered a non-precision approach without
a published missed approach point. Is this more common than my experience
has provided to date?


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