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Falcon 200 approach category

Old 27th Nov 2018, 07:04
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Falcon 200 approach category

Anyone have insight into what approach category it falls into?
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Old 29th Nov 2018, 15:53
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CAT II requirements provided the airplane is operated in accordance with Airplane Flight Manual, Limitations Section, page 1-160-1 and Annex 1 (Autopilot Coupled Approach to Category II Performance Requirements)

According to EASA anyway. Not sure about FAA, etc
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Old 29th Nov 2018, 22:29
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I’d hazard a guess at Catergory B....based on 1.3 x Vs (I couldn’t find a Vref)
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Old 30th Nov 2018, 11:16
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Could be Category B for straight in approaches C or even D for circlings depending on the speed used (TAS/GS).
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Old 3rd Dec 2018, 18:44
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CAT C for EASA ops, CAT D for FAA
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