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Is an LDA w/GS a "Precision" approach?



 
 
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Old December 19th 18, 01:58 AM posted to rec.aviation.ifr
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Default Is an LDA w/GS a "Precision" approach?

FAA Ops Specs for air carriers have a middle column for types of approved approaches called “APV” - Approaches with Vertical Guidance, LDA-GS is listed in this column and not under Precision Approach. I’d give that answer in an interview, even though Instrument ACS would allow it to be substituted on checkrides if minimums are below 300’ AGL.
 




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