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When ATC clears you for an approach in a Non-Radar environemnt, the airspace around the airport is your protected airspace. As long as you stay within the confines of the published instrument approach, you may execute all, or any part of, the published procedure in order to reach the runway. This is a rather unique situation because you just happen to be ...


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When talking about approaches, you should limit your terminology to mean the same thing for you as it does for ATC. In other words, for a Category A aircraft: ATC would not clear you for a Straight-in Approach unless you were inbound from the South for Runway 36 or inbound from the North for Runway 18. There are no Straight-in minimums for this approach, ...


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The arrows are referencing the nav cues, not the VORTAC radials, which define the MSA zones. It’s cut up that way to define the sectors relative to the reference point that you will be flying in e.g. for the second from left MSA symbol, if you’re flying southeast of the HQM VORTAC between a course heading of 230° TO and 350° TO the VORTAC, this is an ...


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