station passage

station passage

A flight overhead of a NAVAID (navigational aid) or radio station when “To” becomes “From” and bearings become radials.
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Optimet real-time train occupancy shows the level of occupancy per car via a colour LED strip (red, orange or green) above the screen doors which stretches all along the platform, as well as on monitors in the station passage ways and/or elevators.
For example, tidbits covered in the class included a view of the protected airspace for a procedure turn, a recommendation to use Pristine screen cleaner on EFIS, using station passage on a LOC approach to know when to miss, many rules of thumb for airborne math like radius of a turn, and even "cheats" like landing in zero-zero (emergency only) on an ILS by keeping the LOC centered and on glideslope until mins, then using just 300 FPM until a gentle touch down.
Contract awarded for Mokpo Station passage connecting two places outside repair Other construction
How would station passage over the range be indicated?
If you didn't visually acquire the airport, locating the missed approach point was a simple matter of identifying station passage.
It says elsewhere that flipping of the To/From indicator is station passage.
Turn 30 degrees left after station passage as your first move.
After intercept, fly to station passage and then "twist, turn, time, talk, track" around in circles (well, race-tracks) until it's time to move on.
You'll see station passage as the CDI "bounces of the wall.
We will see station passage over the localizer antenna and the DME will decrease to its smallest value of about 0.
He traces where the walls of Cardiff once ran and talks of the Queen Street railway station passages you can't get to.