GNSS approaches: Why does LNAV minima even exist? Wouldn't all aircraft fly to LNAV/VNAV or LPV minimums?
Although this approach is suitable for straight-in landing minimums in every sense, why are circle-to-land minimums given?
What exactly does the expression "higher straight-in minimums" describe as "higher" relative to which value?
Why are the height values different although the altitude values in the "straight-in approach" and "circling" minimums are the same?
Canadian Approach Plates: Why does the minima show that DME is required but the procedure name does not?
What is meant by the sentence, "It relates to aircraft handling speeds and circling area development."?
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