radio approach aids


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radio approach aids

[′rād·ē·ō ə′prōch ‚ādz]
(navigation)
Equipment that uses radio or radar to furnish guidance to an aircraft with required accuracy from the time it is in the vicinity of an airfield until it reaches a position from which a landing can be made.

radio approach aids

Those radio aids such as instrument/microwave landing systems (ILS/MLS) that assist landing in poor-visibility conditions.
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