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Features May 2012 Issue

Switch-Hitting On the EILS

The glideslope pegged. Or failed. Or the winds now favor circling. No, you donít have to go missed. You just have to move the aircraft back into the safe zone.

Pull out your average approach plate for your favorite ILS. What youíre looking at is really two approaches that share a piece of paper: the ILS and the localizer-only. Itís even stated this way in TERPs: two separate approaches.

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