Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Pro IFR SCENARIOS PENTICTON (CYYF) LOC/DME B APPROACH

PENTICTON (CYYF) LOC/DME B APPROACH

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Here is are some of the question on this Quiz.

1. What are the equipment requirements needed to conduct this approach?

2. The alphabetical suffix “B” implies what?

3. Under what criteria is this approach designed as a circling procedure?

4. You would expect CYYF Radio to operate on a (limited hours/24-7) basis.

5. The Aerodrome Elevation is indicated as 1129 ASL.  What is the reference point for this altitude?

6. You are established on an inbound track of 129º to the YYF NDB at 26 DME level at 9000.  From this position you are cleared to CYYF for the straight in LOC/DME B Approach via the 16 DME ARC.  Your planned approach speed is 145 KIAS.  From this position there are 5 allowable steps until arrival at MDA.  What are the 5 steps?

7. For what reason is the LB-147º published?

8. What is the distance between the 10 DME FIX and the UNT NDB?

9. What is the sink rate requirement  in FT/NM between these two fixes?

10. How is the Missed Approach Point identified?

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