NZQN second generation RNP approach

If you haven’t seen this video please check it out! It’s a really nice approach into NZQN😍.

Anyway to the topic… I’m making this topic because this video has been bugging me for a very very long time. I would like to replicate this approach in IF, but unfortunately I can’t find the approach plate. I can find the new one but it isn’t that approach (it’s the 3rd generation, I’m looking for the 2nd generation)

So I was wondering does anyone know where to find the plates or for the ones that maybe live there could you maybe draw a line on a map to show where the approach used to go please? It seems I’m not the only one looking for that on internet so you’d be helping a lot of people!😉

Thanks in advance!

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I really like this video, I’ve watched this a million times.

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I’ll ask the person who filmed this, if he answers me I’ll tell you

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Thanks a lot! I watch it really often too. Plus I like the music it’s perfectly adapted to the video.

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Nice video! With such a low cloud base and surrounding terrain, I’d have bailed out. Talk about a precision approach!

Do you know the name of the approach? Like which runway? I can check Navigraph

@Captain_Zen
I sent the message to who I thought was the person who filmed this and now I’m not sure if it was him, I think this one made I can not help, I’m sorry

Great find!
Scary approach with that turn into the clouds just before that mountain!

Can’t go wrong with Coldplay.

Here are some of the apprch plates :)

Rwy 05 Apprch;
This was the one in the video I believe

Important

Rwy 23 apprch;

RWY%2023L%20tutorial

And for some extra info, I’d recommend checking out @Panther’s topic on NZQN below :)

And you can find the rest of the charts here;
http://www.aip.net.nz/NavWalk.aspx?section=CHARTS

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And in one of the recent navigation updates, almost all the waypoints/fixes for NZQN have been added so it’s a pretty awesome apprch! :)

I love developing RNP approaches. They allow me to build procedures in places that I could never develop an ILS or NPA approach into! Great video!

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Thanks!
Though those are the 3rd generation ones. They’re not the ones in the video unfortunately. Still great to fly though!

That must be a really interesting job @THE-OP. Mind if I pm you about it? I’m really curious to know how it works.

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Yeah I know right. Here if you want I made the departure and arrival routes for RW 05 and 23. Only the 3rd generation. That’s partly why I was looking for the second generation. It would be fun to vector someone for that approach too.

Routes

{
airport: NZQN
routes: [
{
direction: Inbound
#combination of route to IBABU then final
name: to IBABU
runways: 05
segments: [
ELRUV EKVOX KASLU MABGA GOSPA AVGER IBABU
DOVOT POPON UBDAM LADIP AVGER
LIBLA AKBOB DULIG UBDAM
ADKOS BEVKO IGNET UBDAM
SUNGU ENKUV GOSPA
]
labels: EKVOX UBDAM SUNGU IBABU
}
{
direction: Inbound
#final part from IBABU
name: final 05
runways: 05
segments: [
IBABU QN577 QN573 QN571 QN569 QN565 QN562 OMUBO
]
}
{
direction: Inbound
#combination of route to ATKIL or UGPED and final
name: to ADKIL and UGPED
runways: 23
segments: [
ELRUV PAMPU EKVOX ATKIL
DOVOT POPON UBDAM LADIP GOSPA MABGA UGPED
LIBLA AKBOB DULIG UBDAM
ADKOS BEVKO IGNET UBDAM
SUNGU ENKUV GOSPA
]
labels: EKVOX UBDAM SUNGU ATKIL UGPED
}
{
direction: Inbound
#final part from ADKIL or UGPED
name: final 23
runways: 23
segments: [
UGPED QN779 QN774 ATVUP QN760 QN755 LARAV
ATKIL QN780 QN775 QN770 ATVUP
]
}
{
direction: Outbound
#route to VAPLI or METUX and then same departure
name: departure
runways: 05 23
segments: [
METUX ANPOV AKMAD NONAN
ANPOV ATVOR TIMJO
VAPLI IPNOR ENRAT ADKOS
IPNOR BIKOS LIBLA
]
labels: METUX VAPLI
}
{
direction: Outbound
name: initial departure 05
runways: 05
segments: [
QN843 QN846 QN849 QN852 LEMAK QN861 METUX
LEMAK QN862 QN864 QN866 QN872 VAPLI
]
}
{
direction: Outbound
name: initial departure 23
runways: 23
segments: [
QN727 KABAP NOLUV QN732 RUXAK QN737 BUGSA DUGAK QN817 ENKUV METUX
BUGSA DUGAK VAPLI
]
}
]
points: [
{
name: EKVOX
altitude_required_min: 8000
speed_required_max: 230
}
{
name: UBDAM
altitude_required_min: 11000
speed_required_max: 230
}
{
name: SUNGU
altitude_required_min: 8000
speed_required_max: 230
}
]
}

I’ll explain how’s it all written if anyone wants

That can’t be true, because to watch it without eating or sleeping a million times would take 7.6 years😉

😂

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Sure anytime.

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