Lesson 21

LESSON 21(Stage II)

DUAL-LOCAL

SEQUENCE:

1. Preflight Orientation

2. Flight

3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will review full panel instrument approach procedures for precision and nonprecision approaches and become familiar with no-gyro radar vectoring and apprach procedures.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  • Full Panel Instrument (As Necessary)
  • ILS Approaches
  • Localizer Approaches
  • NDB Approaches
  • Landing From a Straight-In or Circling Approach Procedure
  • Intercepting and Tracking DME Arcs (If Equipped)

Lesson Introduction

  • Partial Panel Nonprecision Instrument Approach Procedures
  • Partial Panel Missed Approach Procedure

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

During the ILS approaches, the student will demonstrate accurate localizer interception and tracking and make a transition to the glideslope at the correct point and track the glideslope and localizer with less than full-scale needle deflection. During the non-precision approaches, the student should maintain an altitude +/-200 feet on the initial and intermediate approach segments and within 100 feet above the MDA.

 

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