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There are 3 types of holding patterns on charts. 1. Holding in lieu of procedure turn: depicted as bold line, same as the rest of the descent. It's expected by ATC that pilot will fly it. 2. Arrival pattern holding: depicted as a thinner line than the rest of the approach. You can not use that holding, unless directed by ATC or requested from ATC. Here is an ...


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I do not have a specific ICAO reference. By my interpretation of the chart, you can approach the airport at any assigned altitude above 2300 feet MSL from your specified East direction. Just as long as your aircraft stays between the 71° radial clockwise to the 215° radial of the VOR. But, you would have to be above 4900 MSL to intercept any part of the ...


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