parallel entry

parallel entry

[′par·ə‚lel ′en·trē]
(mining engineering)
An intake airway parallel to the haulageway.
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If you chose the parallel entry, as you crossed HUGAT toward the airport, you'll have to both turn to get on the final approach course and begin your descent.
The PTS 6400 allows the user the flexibility of both manual control by keyboard and LCD, and remote control by standard BCT TTL-level parallel entry (GPIB optional).
In the June issue's article "Keeping Time," the author references the missed approach hold at Bradford and says it is a parallel entry.
If the holding radial is in the segment left of straight up around 110 degrees to directly opposite the top of your thumb, make a parallel entry.
For the parallel entry, just keep on flying for a minute, then turn left direct to the fix.
I said I would choose a parallel entry in this case.
The advantage of a teardrop over a parallel entry is that it gives the pilot more time to get aligned with the inbound course.
The head scratcher is whether, from the other hemisphere, to do a teardrop or a parallel entry to the hold.
Flustered and frustrated, he starts a (correct) parallel entry but never turns enough to get back to the VOR.
Parallel entry traffic is also expected to intercept the inbound course on the turn back, rather than having the option of proceeding directly to the station.

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