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Old 11th Jun 2021, 03:41
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Aceostrat
 
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How to know if you stop before relevant RVR's?

Greetings,
I'm just wondering we have relevant RVR's when an aircraft speed is above 60kt. So how do you know at 'which point' you would decelerate below 60 kt when planning in the air and before briefing the approach?
For example, if you fly A320 in CAT II weather, and the MID RVR is below minima, let's say 75m, but the Touchdown RVR is fine, 300m or so. Would you still continue to land? and how do you know that you would reach 60kt or below before the MID RVR?
Many thanks.

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