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### Why are the altitudes and distances in the profile view different when calculated with the fpm values in the conversion table on Jeppesen charts?

Why are the altitudes and distances in the profile view different when calculated with the fpm values in the conversion table on Jeppesen charts? To put it more simply, I find the distance between ...
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### What is "judgemental oversteering" in taxi procedures?

I found a phrase that I don't understand while reading Jeppesen charts: "judgemental oversteering". I found it in general information about taxi procedures. As I understand this procedure applies ...
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### What are these blue lines around the runway at the airport chart that I marked with red line?

What are these blue lines around the runway at the airport chart that I marked with red lines? They are not waterways or taxiways so what are they? Yenisehir Airport (LTBR): Adana International ...
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### What is a "BEACON"?

What is the "BEACON" and its symbol meaning from the Jeppesen Manual in the picture below? Does it just represent the beacon light? I'm confused.
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### How can I identify the FAF on this Jeppesen chart?

According to this Jeppesen ILS Approach Chart: How can the FAF be identified? Would it be the point at which the G/S is intercepted? What is the difference between FAF and FAP?
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### Why don't the Altitude-DME values in the approach profile match the Groundspeed-FPM values in the conversion table?

Why don't the Altitude-DME values in the approach profile match the Groundspeed-FPM values in the conversion table? When the calculation is made with the values given in the conversion table, the ...
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### Although the missed approach point in the profile view is 1.1 DME-400 feet, the GS out reference altitude is given as 410 feet in 1.0 DME. HOW?

Although the missed approach point in the profile view is 1.1 DME-400 feet, the GS out reference altitude is given as 410 feet in 1.0 DME. HOW?! Based on GS out reference altitudes, we are expected ...
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