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You’ll see it displayed on your MFD ahead of time.

At that time, a total of 4, people were served. Flying it that way is, erm, interesting. Looking at my flight plan is looking at a squiggly line that in no way resembles a DME Arc. Moving at higher speeds, and closer to the VOR, you’ll basically have to find a turn rate that will maintain the arc. You can see you’re literally just cutting around the edges, instead of drawing an actual circle with your ground track highlighted by the black and grey straight lines.

Daily Weather Quality Charts for LGIR (Heraklion Airport , Greece): 2018-Dec-30

We reset this goal every new year for the following year’s goal. An easy way to practice? The new airport itself was officially inaugurated on May 5, Depending on the wind direction, you nose may have to point into or away from the VOR.

Another astounding paint picture time: Register a new account. Posted January 7, If you are going faster, you’ll have more bank. The chharts major event followed inwhen a four-engined DC-4 aircraft landed for the first time at the airport. So in regards to the bearing pointer, is that just a matter of putting the ND into APP mode, or is there another way to bring it up?


Two ways of hand flying it that are taught early on are the cuarts 10, turn 10′ method, and flying the bearing pointer. In that year the airport handled approximately Just dealing with a last-minute set of CTD’s, carts in all honesty this has brought me from no knowledge to tonnes of it. As you can see in my 2nd screenshot, the bank angle was about degrees at kts IAS and kts GS.

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No – this is definitely very helpful. Regardless, I decided to follow through with runway 9, and looked at the charts. ,gir as for the other one, I probably will try some practice.

I think the VOR-A approach would be suitable pg. This donation keeps our doors open and providing you service 24 x 7 x Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Forgive the lazy heading bug, was more concerned with the main points.

Dial this radial into your course, once you reach it, turn left 45 degrees to your inbound course ofwhich would be a heading. And lastly, you say that these are two ways of hand flying a VOR approach.

Heraklion International Nikos Kazantzakis Airport

Farther out, you’ll need less bank. This will put the VOR on your left side. Sign In Sign Up. There’s a few ways to maintain a DME arc. This is just a small, difficult short tutorial via text, as I’m used to teaching this actually in the aircraft.


The project is originally expected to be completed by Dial this radial into your course, once you reach it, turn left 30 degrees lvir your inbound course ofwhich would be a heading.

When I’ve encountered something like this before all I’ve done is insert a fix around the VOR with the radial being the heading given in the gray lines and the distance being the DX. After the CDI centers, you turn heading 10 degrees, then twist ahead on the course 10 degrees.

Definitely above and beyond by a longshot. Donate to our annual general fund. In essence, all you do is keep the bearing pointer at or close to 90 degrees off your left or right wing, depending on the direction you need to go and any wind correction.

For instance, on the 12 DME arc to the final course, the bearing pointer would be on your left wing, since the VOR is left of you and you are heading south.

I’ll reply if I have any questions, though I doubt I will. It’s great to improve my knowledge as such. If you look at the chart for the VOR -A, you’ll see that there is a grey degree radial, in this case, that will be your “lead radial”.