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Questions regarding Non-precision Localiser approach (KSEE LOC-D Approach)

You should never get this clearance, and should reject it if you did. The procedure turn takes you close to peaks that are nearly 5000 feet. 5500 feet is a clearly inadequate altitude. You can fly the ...
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In Jeppesen Approach charts, what does D2.8, D3.8 mean?

The points D1.0, D2.8, D3.8 and D9.5 all refer to DME distances in units of nautical miles. In this case there is only one DME for this approach: the Mumbai VOR/DME (BBB). You would fly this approach ...
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