SARblade Posted April 18, 2007 Report Share Posted April 18, 2007 I'm just going through the workbook and have come up against the Approach ban min vis questions and the workbook has given me two questions that have different answers than I think are the right ones: 40. You are transitioning to the approach phase of your flight. The RVR for the intended runway is fluctuating between 800 and 1400 feet with an observed visibility of 1/8 SM. Can you do this approach? a. Yes, the RVR is below minimums for the approach b. No, the visibility has to be at least 1/4 SM c. No, the minimum RVR value has to be 1200 feet or above d. all of the above Aerocourse answer: a Mine, b. using the exception of fluctuating RVR in the AIM 41. Turning on to the final approach trackprior to crossing the FAF, the RVR is reported at 800 with a visibility of 1/4 mile. Can you continue the approach? a. No, RVR is below minimums for the approach b. No, must have 1/2 mile to do the approach c. Yes, because you past the outer marker outbound prior to receiveing the RVR report d. Yes, the visibility permits you to conduct an approach regardless of the RVR value Aerocourse answer: d Mine, a. again using the AIM Comments anyone? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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