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Old 25th Jan 2023, 08:41
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LVO procedural question

Guys, OSL approach, poor weather, ils app, published minimums: cat2 or cat3b (no minimums for cat3a). Am I allowed to make cat3a with standard minimums 50RA/200m if not published? (My airline not approved for cat3B). Reference pls

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Old 25th Jan 2023, 09:57
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Yes you are, but my reference material would be my airline’s ops manuals, so probably best to ask your chief pilot ? Hope that helps.
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CATIIIA/B/C seizes to exist (in EASA world)... it is CAT III with minimums depending on aircraft roll-out control/guidance system stated in the aircraft AFM.
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BraceBrace Ah! do you have a reference please? It's still in their exams!

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Originally Posted by ogorek
Guys, OSL approach, poor weather, ils app, published minimums: cat2 or cat3b (no minimums for cat3a). Am I allowed to make cat3a with standard minimums 50RA/200m if not published? (My airline not approved for cat3B). Reference pls ​
No, you are not. Part of the Operational Approval for LVO is Crew Training, which includes understanding the methods of determination for aerodrome operation minima. Since you don't know, you are not trained/lost proficiency and thus not authorized to conduct AWO.

The method of determination of AOM is a mandatory section of OM-A so that is where you will find the answer. (it is yes after all).

A.W: All Weather Operations | EASA Community (europa.eu) research best starts here, someone else needs to drop the link to the new standard.

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Originally Posted by Alex Whittingham
BraceBrace Ah! do you have a reference please? It's still in their exams!

It's all intertwined in the following:
https://www.easa.europa.eu/community...r-operations-0
https://www.easa.europa.eu/community...08.01.2023.pdf

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