COUPLED APPROACH NOT AUTHORIZED Some instrument approach
procedures include a note stating a coupled approach is not authorized (NA).
This third requirement for a contact approach is established in AIM 5-4-25 b.3.: "The contact approach will be made to an airport having a standard or special instrument approach
procedure." This provides a more certain path to the airport.
This dual instrument approach
combines true and envelop volume measurements to determine true density.
Russia and Poland have repeatedly disagreed on the precise causes of the incident, with Poland claiming Russian air traffic controllers were partly to blame, while Russia said the fault lay purely with the crew's failure to fly a correct instrument approach
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The pilot then took the controls and turned toward final approach, 1.3 miles from the ship, a distance closer than is required by Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) instrument approach
An instrument approach
and distance measuring equipment will be installed to allow planes to fly closer to the ground in bad weather, making travel safer, said airport manager Mary Amos.
It was also revealed that the Airbus was on instrument approach
to Medan airport's main runway when it crashed, killing 234 passengers and crew.
Since then, the FASB has been developing a fundamental financial instrument approach
to resolve the recognition and measurement issues of financial instruments.
We're told by [section]91.175 that if we need to use an instrument approach
, it has to be an official approach.
I don't recall my exact reaction the first time I contemplated an instrument approach
procedure via its plate, but it probably was something along the lines of, "You've got to be kidding me." How can any pilot be expected to fly to such exacting detail?
The report said the pilot was making an instrument approach
to the Eugene Airport, meaning conditions required him to fly primarily by referencing navigation instruments rather than by sight.