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Old 1st Jun 2017, 20:13   #1 (permalink)


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Holding stacks and approach

Anyone know what are icao rules or recommendations for a controller working approach radar and holding stacks as well , is it permitted to vector traffic into final yet at the same time holding several aircrafts in different holding stacks , any references would be great , thanks ...
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Perfectly normal procedure in most countries.
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I did it for years at Heathrow.
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The only rule is that you have to have separation between all of the aircraft.
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The OP was asking if anyone knew of any ICAO edicts on the topic.
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