VOR Approach PART 2

November 9, 2010

Part 2 of 2 installments of an ATP instructor demonstrating how to conduct a VOR approach in a simulator.


One Response to “VOR Approach PART 2”

  1. SUNPICTURESOFMIAMI on November 9th, 2010 3:43 pm

    Although it is great procedures. The AIM recommends you start timing for the outbound leg over/abeam the fix whichever occurs later. The latter point on this approach is when the ambiguity needle actually flips back on TO.
    Too many times I see students not established in the hold, than trying to do an approach and not fully configured proves to be a nightmare.
    Take some time, let the needle flip back on TO. THAN start your timing.
    A good hold starts at the missed approach point.

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