Friday, October 20, 2017
Pro IFR SCENARIOS FORT ST. JOHN VOR RWY 11 (GNSS) APPROACH

FORT ST. JOHN VOR RWY 11 (GNSS) APPROACH

FORT ST. JOHN VOR RWY 11 (GNSS) APPROACH - Try this PRO IFR Quiz - Click here

1. The winds from the current TAF are expected to be 13020G30.  This being the case, what ceiling and visibility would give you a reasonable expectation of achieving the required visual reference at your ETA?

2. You are inbound to the YXJ VOR established on the 030º radial at 20 DME, level at 6000.  From this position you receive clearance for the full procedure VOR RWY 11 Approach.  With the surface temperature reported to be +10º C, you are now legal to descend to _______ to be in a better vertical position for the approach

3. What would be the best means of confirming that we remain within the procedure turn envelope when conducting a full procedure approach?

4. I have an IFR Approach certified GPS on board my aircraft with a current database.  May I conduct a GPS approach instead of the VOR approach to this runway?

5. What would be the most precise means of determining the point to see on this approach.  You are planning to land straight in on runway 11.

6. Although timing is the official means of determining the MAP, what is another means of more precisely determining this point?

 

7. You are inbound on the 180º radial at 22 DME at 8000 and receive clearance for the VOR RWY 11 Approach via the 10 DME ARC.  From this position, what would be the correct lateral and vertical profile for the approach?

 

8. Your groundspeed as you intercept the ARC is 160 knots.  When should we initiate the turn to intercept the ARC?

 

9. The 257º radial forms the Lead Radial when inbound on the 10 DMR ARC from the south.  What is the significance of a Lead Radial and when is one required to published as part of an approach procedure?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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