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I'm a bit late to the conversation, but I think I have a winner so far, at 9.61° for the KASE VOR/DME-C approach.


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If you take a look at the manual for the 430 you will see that you can only load one approach at a time. Turn the large right knob to highlight ‘Load?’ or ‘Activate?’ (approaches only) and press the ENT Key. (‘Load?’ adds the procedure to the flight plan without immediately using it for navigation guidance. This allows the pilot to continue navigating the ...


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Although I can’t find regulations regarding stabilized approaches in the FAR/AIM, the unofficial but generally accepted definition of a stabilized approach would be “Only small changes in heading/pitch. How small?” Small changes in heading and pitch would mean changes only necessary to maintain a ground track on the lateral guidance and a consistent ...


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I would expect to receive radar vectors to final if I was coming from the north into Decatur, IL. However, we do not plan on radar vectors when we flight plan because we could lose our ability to communicate with ATC. I would fly the victor airways to AXC. I might plan on coming in on the 029 radial (V191) to AXC. I am hoping for a clearance for the ...


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