RNAV


Also found in: Acronyms.

RNAV

[′är‚nav]
(navigation)
References in periodicals archive ?
Approach procedures are named according to the type of navigation system used to provide lateral guidance in the final approach segment (such as VOR, NDB, ILS, LOC, or RNAV).
Seattle, the headquarters of RNAV, is home to Alaska Airlines and a growing base for Delta Air Lines, allowing the combined company to service its clients more effectively.
RNAV provides personalized financial planning strategies tailored to each client's unique situation and goals.
It sent us a chart listing Garmin equipment (dating back to first-gen GPS) with RNAV and RNP capabilities, with specific categories for compatible approach ops, including LPVs, RNP approaches with LNAV/VNAV capabilities and others.
Robertson added: "The use of RNAV technology will tighten the approach of departing and arriving aircraft to a more concentrated approach.
Meanwhile, the meeting noted that Bahrain, Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have established RNAV 1 Routes in their flight information regions (FIR).
Blakey, "RNAV procedures create more lanes in limited airspace.
GPS in its earlier forms is not new in the aviation business but it has taken much development to enable Thomas Cook Airlines becoming the first UK carrier to gain CAA approval to use GPS-based RNAV (Required Navigation) technology in landing approaches.
It's just a few minutes in the air before you start heading to ANWUM, the IAF from which the RNAV 5 at Atlanta will begin.
These days, there is an RNAV (GPS) procedure to Runway 17, offering LPV minima down to 250 feet above the touchdown zone.
IATA is pushing Latin American countries to accelerate the introduction of area navigation (RNAV) routes, with a particular focus on Uruguay and Venezuela.
The change will also move the FAA towards meeting its goal of establishing an improved Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS)-enabled Area Navigation (RNAV) route structure throughout Alaska.