Got GPS?

When on a procedure requiring RNAV equipment, starting vectors-to-final is a bad time to wonder if you have the proper hardware for the approach. You have GPS, but what kind?

Our IFR avionics are getting evermore capable, allowing us single-pilot fliers to shoot RNAV approaches once reserved for the big iron. While most standard satellite-based approaches have become basic fare, there are now some new notes we’re finding on the charts that require figuring out what the onboard GPS really is allowed to do. This […]
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