Culling Procedures

With the explosive growth in the numbers of instrument procedures, it's time to cut a few. Like everything the FAA does, there's a methodical plan for that.

Still carrying a chart case with leather binders of paper approach plates? Your back probably tells you that the FAA has been issuing Instrument Flight Procedures (IFPs) at a phenomenal rate. The iPads, electronic tablets, and FMS Data Bases have masked the explosion of IFPs. However, the FAA is targeting the elimination of underutilized procedures […]
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