Questions tagged [iaps]

Instrument Approach Procedures (IAPs) are procedures used by pilots to maneuver an aircraft by reference to their instruments during an approach, published by the FAA and other third parties (most notably Jeppesen).

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What does the letter J mean at the start of an FAA instrument approach chart identifier?

To identify a specific Instrument Approach Chart in either the FAA Terminal Procedures Publication (TPP), or the Department of Defense (DoD) Terminal Low Altitude (TLA) Charts, the FAA uses what they ...
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How do I use the “Inoperative Components or Visual Aids Table” when more than one component is inop?

I can't fully seem to understand this sentence: If more than one component is inoperative, each minimum is raised to the highest minimum required by any single component that is inoperative Can ...
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Why is my Garmin GFC 700 wandering a lot laterally on an ILS approach?

I've noticed that my Garmin GFC 700 autopilot is 'hunting' on ILS approaches. To be absolutely clear, I mean an approach using a localizer with glideslope. It is rock solid on RNAV, GPS, and other ...