I was browsing ACARS messages listed on an aviation enthusiast website in Greece (similar to FR24 and others), and noticed a message sent to UA124, a 767 from KEWR to LGAV:
The SAT VOR is located at (or very near) the LGAV station, and as for the KEA VOR, it's a commonly used point about 30 miles southeast.
Looking at the flight on FR24, there isn't anything out of the ordinary – the flight did not execute the procedure shown on the ACARS message, and was (presumably) vectored for a normal ILS approach, together with many others. Moreover, I didn't see a "Part 02" message until the plane landed (notice "END OF PART 01" at the bottom of the message)
My question is, what could be the reason to send such a message to a flight? I would understand certain en route messages related to (re)routing (as described in this answer, for instance), but isn't Approach responsible for things like approach and holding?