MaxFacts: Approach Minimums & The “Plate”

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Nice read max.

Something else for those to consider is their aircrafts ability to meet the missed approach non standard climb gradient if there is one.

When you see N/A for the mins your flying, it’s for a reason. Either you can’t maneuver in the area or those low speed finals probably indicate you are in an aircraft that can’t make a steep climb out.


Thanks for the tip, hopefully I can remember for later on in life.

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Great article! Also several others on that site look interesting. Will be bookmarking.

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Nice you should also write about the numbers beside the DA/MDA and the different types of approaches listed.

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