approach chart

approach chart

[ə′prōch ‚chärt]
(navigation)
An aeronautical chart which provides information about navigational facilities, flight patterns, radio aids and their frequencies, and so on, for use in making an approach to an airfield under either visual or instrument flight conditions.

approach chart

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An aeronautical chart providing essential information for making an approach to an airfield under either visual or instrument flight conditions.
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But they are also in the fine print on an instrument approach chart, and may change based on several variables on any given approach.
Taking it further, a dynamic instrument approach chart could remove or de-emphasize approach categories that don't apply or transitions the pilot isn't flying, greatly simplifying the chart.
Dunno, it can't be determined from this approach chart.
That probably would include a permanent restriction on the approach chart.
We see this restriction all the time, even if we don't realize it, when we see a transition route on an approach chart marked "Procedure NA for arrivals on .
It is a LNAV+V approach, and you will not see it on the minima section of an approach chart.
The Chart Supplement tells us left traffic for all runways, but the approach chart notes tell us "Circling NA southwest of Rwy 12-30.
Examples include not being on speed or altitude when approaching the fix while flying inbound, not having the airplane configured for a stabilized approach, or simply not being read to fly the procedure, for example, if you have not yet listened to ATIS or AWOS, or have not fully briefed the approach chart.
Early in the discussion of new approach chart titling the FAA identified several problems.
Things to do include setting an approach procedure in the backup radios ready, to activate with the push of a button; briefing for an approach back into our departure airport before boarding the airplane; and keeping that approach chart immediately available during takeoff.
The new approach chart feature makes it easy to access the National Aeronautical Navigation Services Charts (AeroNav Services), which was formerly NACO.
Basically a value is added to the approach minimums found on the approach chart.