Can you explain what the 2nd caution on the LTAF VOR A chart means?

Can you explain what the 2nd caution on the LTAF VOR A chart means? "2. IF THE AIRCRAFT WILL MAKE A CIRCLING APPROACH VIA RIGHT TURN, ATC SHALL BE INFORMED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE." What exactly does this expression mean? I couldn't understand the use of "right turn" in particular. Because, although our main approach procedure is VOR A approach, is it meant to be described as a "Circling Approach" carried out from the north of the aerodrome? We see that the minimum value is also given as a circling, not a straight-in approach. Is this the 2nd caution written by considering VOR A approach as circling approach, or only the minimum value of VOR A approach is given as circling, and in fact, circling approach and VOR A approach are completely different things? I would appreciate it if you explain clearly by comparing the terms VOR A, circling approach, minimum value, and right turn. Here is the chart:

• Have you asked any local pilots or ATC how this is expected to be flown? Because I'm stumped why you would not be able to land straight ahead on a course of 228. (although the base question about the warning is clear enough.) Sep 4, 2023 at 17:56
• @MichaelHall There is a question on that topic here. There is a 591' obstacle just south of the extended certerline between the MAP and the runway threshold. This prevents a straight-in minimum from being published, but as far as I understand it doesn't prevent the pilot from landing straight-in if they have runway 23 in sight and can land safely. Sep 4, 2023 at 18:06
• This is where I think speaking with local pilots and ATC would be most helpful. I think that they cannot publish straight in minimums due to violating obstacle clearance rules. But perhaps as long as you are visual and call it a "circling" you're legal to fly and land straight ahead? Sep 4, 2023 at 22:01
• For any procedural questions, here or with local pilots or ATC, you should specify the landing runway. Sep 5, 2023 at 15:22
• @pilot162 As long as you stay within protected airspace, don't go south of the aerodrome, and don't descend below MDA until you need to to make a normal descent for landing, you can fly it however you like. Note that the 228 course puts you on the upwind leg for 23- if you are landing 23 and the visibility is good enough, you can fly over the aerodrome then turn right crosswind and just fly basically a normal VFR pattern. Sep 5, 2023 at 16:32