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Yes, it is very possible. As you say, it may be against the rules, but it is possible. ADS-B Out may be integrated in a "standard" 4096-code Mode A/C transponder (which can be disabled), or it may be wired in to another system on the aircraft, such as the anti-collision strobe (which can also be disabled). A standalone ADS-B device may even be ...


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Either there is a published procedure to follow (usual for controlled airspace) and there will be either company procedures and/or aircraft type specific procedures to follow. What exactly the crew will do depends on the combination of those. Raise gear (if applicable), apply power, raise flaps (as needed), raise nose (if needed to increase climb rate), and ...


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Aircraft on an instrument flight rules flight plan have received a clearance to fly to a specific point and no further; this is called their clearance limit. These days the destination airport is usually the first and only clearance limit for a flight, but this is not necessarily so; an aircraft may be cleared to a certain radionavigation aid or set of ...


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Depending on which country you're flying in, the specific approach may or may not have a defined missed approach procedure. If the plane is flying a visual approach, then you're most likely not going to have a procedure to use when going around. The generally accepted technique is to either fly the runway heading and climb to a safe altitude, or enter the ...


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Anytime an IFR aircraft, on an IFR approach, does a go-around, there is a published missed approach that must be followed. (In some jurisdictions an IFR aircraft can be given a Visual Approach clearance and the published missed approach would no longer be valid in the case of a go-around during a Visual Approach). The published IFR missed approach procedure ...


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It looks like a warning for people sailing or flying in that part of the world. Google says: Navigational warnings (NAVWARNs) contain information for boaters about changes to navigational aids and current marine activities or hazards, such as: defects. dredging. The latitude and longitude points will show you exactly where expected danger is expected to ...


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Short answer ICAO recommendations include a protection for same-frequency navaids, restricting the received power of undesired stations to a level preventing interferences. To meet this restriction same-frequency stations must be considerably distant. The result, in normal conditions, is the receiver cannot switch uninterrupted from the current station to a ...


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#1 I don't know. #2 On December 20, 1995 American Airlines 965 crashed into a mountain top near Cali Columbia when it was flying down the the valley between mountains and the 757 autopilot turned the aircraft left to follow the loaded flightplan... the flightplan was loaded with an NDB called "R". The problem was that the "R" they ...


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