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Foreign Terminal Instrument Date: This advisory circular AC establishes guidelines for U. FTIPs include instrument approach and departure procedures developed and published for use in foreign nations. Approved criteria for procedure development are: The controlling region is an FAA regional office with an assigned international responsibility for the surveillance and inspection of foreign airports, as well as associated FTIPs. When appropriate, the controlling region will notify AFS and appropriate lines of business LOB for evaluation of procedure criteria design and flight inspection.
Specific region responsibilities are: Therefore, the applicable controlling region as defined above is responsible for providing the status of a country under their responsibility. S operator, operating under 14 CFR part 91 subpart K part 91K,orwho holds either an air carrier certificate or an operating certificate.
An AFS office that authorizes operations to the United States by foreign air carriers and conducts surveillance of foreign air carriers under 14 CFR part Altimeter Setting referenced to airport field elevation. Altimeter Setting referenced to airport ambient local pressure. It may be necessary to restrict or deny use of certain FTIPs because of variations in application of, and adherence to, criteria by individual nations.
The certificate holder has the ultimate responsibility to ensure that FTIPs they use are developed with approved criteria. Paragraph 7 covers certificate holder review of individual approaches. Areas for review are located in Appendix A and paragraph 7. The existence of a commercially produced chart is not an assurance of compliance with criteria or suitability for use by an individual certificate holder. Appendix A contains a detailed checklist which can assist in the evaluation of an individual instrument approach.
The individual approaches they intend to fly are safe for flight and compatible with their aircraft. The descent gradient in the final approach segment does not exceed the maximum allowed by criteria or limits specified in the Aircraft Flight Manual AFM. However, the certificate holder may contact the POI for assistance.
The MDA H may be rounded to the next higher 20 foot increment. The resultant minimums must not be lower than authorized in OpSpecs. Sequenced flashing lights are not required when determining the equivalence of a foreign approach lighting system to U.
It is the responsibility of each certificate holder to ensure the FTIP they are using is current and meets the standards under which they are authorized to operate. If the certificate holder or any other source detects or receives information of discrepancies involving safety of flight which is not already advertised in the international Notices to Airmen NOTAM system, he or she must notify iaco POI, who 93365 then contact the appropriate FAA offices to conduct a review of the FTIP.
The FAA will evaluate the alleged discrepancy or deviation with all available data and, determine what procedural restrictions or special provisions if any are necessary to achieve an equivalent level of safety or to comply with criteria.
The certificate holder is responsible for periodic reviews of all FTIP that they fly that have procedural restrictions. They should initiate a review at any time they discover or suspect additional discrepancies with criteria or if there have been any procedural changes to the FTIP.
The iao should contact their POI if they have questions or to request assistance with a review. Paragraph 13 covers RNP AR instrument procedure development to include a proponent developed special procedure. AJV-3 offers the following services: Technical Operations, Aviation System Standards AJW-3 may perform flight inspection services under a reimbursable agreement with the host nation.
Flight Inspection Services include initial commissioning of the procedure and periodic flight inspections as required by the host nation or in the current edition of FAA Order The certificate holder, aviation safety inspectors ASI who conduct periodic surveillance at foreign airports used by U.
S certificate holders, and AFS personnel making in-flight observations during operations into foreign airports used by U. Additionally, when the certificate holder detects or receives information of discrepancies affecting safe use of an FTIP, the certificate holder should take immediate steps to mitigate the potentially unsafe situation 93365 then notify the POI. The POI will contact the controlling region to initiate a permanent corrective action. Once CAT II and III operations are authorized, the certificate holder must monitor the status during routine operations to determine icaoo there have been any significant changes to the procedure not posted in a host nation international NOTAM.
Direct questions or ciao to AFS at The areas listed in the checklist below are used to determine critical areas that may require operational restrictions. The following format is recommended when documenting a review: Airport name, country, and four-letter ICAO identification. Identification of procedure exactly as the country has it published. Identify the product source e. Ensure airport lighting, transmissometers, and other items relating to the airport infrastructure are suitable for the type of operations and aircraft that will be using these procedures.
Review AIP data provided on airport obstructions, clear zones, and runway markings that may affect the instrument procedure. Based on the icwo available, the assessment should determine if safe operations could be conducted in the type of aircraft operating at this location.
Enter the facility ID and the type facility, or the airport, as appropriate. Some airports may publish different MSAs depending on the source military or civilian.
If you happen to find this difference while doing research voc the location, select the highest MSA and document the action taken. All notes published by the country must be assessed to determine if this will affect carrier operations and if limitations will have to be placed on the procedure. Determine if the procedure ground track enters or is in close proximity to the SUA. It may be necessary to warn pilots to pay strict attention to maintaining a proper course in the vicinity of this airspace or ensure proper clearance has been received prior to entering the SUA.
If the procedure uses iicao routes, ensure that the altitudes along the feeder routes are equal to or higher than the initial approach fix Ivao altitude. Review each holding pattern separately. Refer to the current edition of FAA Order Determine whether or not the holding pattern leg length is acceptable for the type of aircraft that will be operating at icqo location.
Be aware dod some holding patterns may have been designed without consideration to a potential loss of signal. A typical alert to pilots would be: Each country may have their ivao rules regarding holding pattern airspeeds. When a procedure has more than one IAF published, review each initial segment individually.
Consider each of the following items: Ensure that the type of aircraft that will be using this procedure has the navigation equipment necessary to identify the fix es. Determine if the altitudes are mean sea level MSL requiring use 965 a Barometric pressure for Local Altimeter Setting QNH altimeter setting or heights above the altimeter station requiring the use of a air pressure at airfield elevation Do altimeter settingand alert pilots of possible confusion and applicable action to be taken.
Procedure Turn Angle of Divergence. Review to ensure that instrument procedures containing arcs can be flown without difficulty by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.
Review to ensure that the instrument procedure segment length is acceptable and can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure. Review to ensure that the instrument procedure segment descent gradient can be flown without difficulty by the type 9635 aircraft that will be using the procedure. Ensure that a lead-radial has been established where required.
If not, establish pilot guidance to ensure that there is adequate lead-time for a turn to be initiated by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure. When there are course changes foc this segment, review to ensure that the instrument procedure course alignment is acceptable and can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.
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Determine if the altitudes are MSL requiring use of a QNH altimeter setting or heights above the altimeter station requiring the use of a QFE altimeter settingand alert pilots of possible confusion and applicable action to be taken. Review to ensure dpc the segment is sufficient in length and alignment to allow time to properly configure the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.
Many countries do not provide a straight intermediate segment and have a teardrop turn completion at the final approach fix FAF. Consider do pilot guidance to configure the aircraft for landing early when encountering short, turning intermediate segments. Review to ensure that the instrument procedure segment descent gradient can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.
Review to ensure that the instrument procedure course alignment is acceptable and can be flown by the type of aircraft that will be using the procedure.