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Kind of ILS Approach

Old 21st Jul 2015, 12:22
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Kind of ILS Approach

Dear all,

Could anybody tell me the differences between ILS Y, Z, X approaches???
I highly appreciate ur answers
Thank you very much

N. Quang
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Old 22nd Jul 2015, 07:30
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I got it
Thank you very much!
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Old 24th Jul 2015, 09:46
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Old 24th Jul 2015, 12:20
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Normally when you have ILS X, Y and Z approaches it is simply different procedures for that approach at that airport. It might be a different IAF or routing from IAF to FAP, or it might be a different platform altitude etc things like that.

Sometimes it can be a very subtle difference.
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Old 25th Jul 2015, 09:06
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Or a different missed app to keep you separated.
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