This procedure includes the point at which you can give satisfactory
r. Final Approach Abnormalities
The abstract from FAAH 7110.65F in Figure 3 tells about final
approach abnormalities. Completing a safe approach may be questionable
(1) Safety limits are exceeded or radical target deviations are
(2) Position or identification of the aircraft is in doubt.
(3) Radar contact is lost or a malfunctioning radar is suspected.
Phraseology: (Reason) IF (RUNWAY or APPROACH) (LIGHTS or RUNWAY
LIGHTS) NOT IN SIGHT, EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH (or
alternate instructions). OVER.
(4) Airport conditions or traffic prevents approach completion.
Phraseology: EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH (alternative instructions)
GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES
A successful radar approach is the result of the combined efforts
of the controller and the aviator. Therefore, knowing what the aviator
requires would benefit you during the actual approach. At the start of
this lesson, you studied controller procedures. It gave you some insight
into the procedures the aviator follows when executing a radar approach.
The following pretest and programmed test contain basic and advanced
radar procedures information.