Sunday, December 17, 2017
Pro IFR SCENARIOS ILS or NDB RWY 13 (GNSS) - CYWG (WINNIPEG)

ILS or NDB RWY 13 (GNSS) - CYWG (WINNIPEG)

1. What is the length of RWY 13?
2. Is RWY 13 equipped with a high intensity approach light system (HIAL)?
3. Does this approach offer any published transitions for straight in approaches?
4. What does the (GNSS) mean on the approach identifier?
5. If flying the GNS approach to straight in landing minima, what are the landing minimums?

6. What would be the missed approach procedure if conducting the overlay approach?
7. What would be your course of action upon arrival over the LF NDB in the missed approach if further clearance has not been received in advance.
8. How many NM back from the ZWN NDB are protected for the procedure turn?
9. What minimum ceiling and visibility would give the pilot a reasonable expectation of successfully completing the overlay approach to straight in landing minima?
10. Is RWY 13 equipped with a VASIS or PAPI system?
11. Are any runways equipped with a VASIS or PAPI system, if so, which one(s)?
12. Calculate the Alternate Minima if planning to carry CYWG as your alternate to a planned landing on RWY via the ILS approach:
13. Will a sliding scale apply?

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Answers

1. 8700 feet, check the mini airport diagram.

2. Yes, by checking “AN” in the Approach Lights Legend in the CAP GEN this can be confirmed. Also, anytime the advisory visibility on an ILS is 1/2SM, they are in place.

3. Negative.

4. This approach is authorized as a GNSS overlay approach.

5. MDA of 1260 ASL, as per the NDB Approach.

6. As published with the addition of Waypoint TESOM.

7. Hold at the LF NDB on an inbound track of 218 degrees.

8. 7 NM.s

9. 500 & 1SM.

10. Negative.

11. RWY 18 is equipped with a PAPI 2.

12. Because CYWG has 3 ILS approaches to separate runways, assuming that all runways are ‘suitable’, the alternate minima would be 400-1. This applies to both fixed wing and rotorcraft.

13. As above, not applicable in light of the situation

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