1) Part 97 of this chapter prescribes a standard instrument approach procedure
to, or a special instrument approach procedure
has been issued by the Administrator to the operator for, the first airport of intended landing; and
Second, the instrument approach procedures
to ships do not rely on the BARALT.
Jeppesen reformats, translates, and publishes host nation instrument approach procedures
utilized by air traffic controllers in the host nation.
According to the FAA, "[a]s new technology facilitates the introduction of area navigation (RNAV) instrument approach procedures
over the past decade, the number of procedures available in the National Airspace System has nearly doubled.
Per the Pilot/Controller Glossary, "cleared approach" grants "ATC authorization for an aircraft to execute any standard or special instrument approach procedure
for that airport.
To facilitate validating database currency, the FAA has developed procedures for publishing the amendment date that instrument approach procedures
were last revised.
For example, the mandatory tasks on an IPC include holding procedures, recovery from unusual attitudes and instrument approach procedures
, including precision, non-precision, missed and circling approaches, plus a partial-panel approach.
Government Specifications for Flight Information Publication Instrument Approach Procedures
and Airport Diagrams.
A three-page Information for Operators (InFO 15012, "Logging Instrument Approach Procedures
(IAP)," dated September 8, 2015) guidance document is available on the FAA's Web site, detailing "the conditions that permit logging" an instrument approach procedure
Circling an airport after an instrument approach procedure
(IAP) to land on a runway other than the one aligned with the IAP is something all instrument-rated pilots have practiced.
It's now unmistakable that pilots are expected to adhere to their last assigned altitude until becoming established on a published portion of the instrument approach procedure
169 makes listing an alternate airport the default: You have to name one unless the circumstances of the flight are such that it falls under both of the two listed exceptions: First, the airport must have a published instrument approach procedure