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The 300 m and 1 000 m tables you found are examples. For the actual radius for any aerodrome elevation you need to apply the formulae. The radius is determined using the formulas in Section 2, Chapter 3, Turn area construction (...) The TAS is based on: a) altitude: aerodrome elevation + 300 m (1 000 ft); and b) temperature: ISA + 15°. First is $R$...


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An arrival segment can be part of both an arrival route and a designated STAR. Both are protected with the same design criteria. The STAR chart consist of designated routes linking the approach procedure with ATS-routes or exit points in Free Route Airspace (FRA). An arrival route is simply a collection of arrival segments which are not part of a STAR when ...


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A straight missed approach can have a combination of both straight and turning parts. The straight part is called the intermediate missed approach, while the turning part is called the final missed approach. When a straight missed approach starts a turn of more than 15°, the turning missed approach criteria applies, as stated in Part I, Section 4, Chapter 6....


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